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Alan E

Alan E

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For beginning drum set students, the program I recommend is starting with Drum Set Essentials by Peter Erskine. As skills in rudiments and basic patterns develop, I go on to materials such as Syncopation by Ted Reed (reading,coordination,technique), and Stick Control by George Lawrence Stone (technique). For piano, I go over basic theory,major and minor scales,chords and arpeggios and work in Piano For Adults by James Bastien. It is a great book for beginners of all ages, incorporating theory,technique and sight reading. It also includes some great classic repertoire. For guitar, I start beginners with basic chord and strumming patterns, as well as finger exercises geared towards developing the ability to play scales and simple melodies.

Daniel C

Daniel C

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I am a graduate from Texas A&M University Kingsville. I studied with soprano Dr. Melinda Brou during my undergraduate years. I received my BM in 2013, and I am now working on my MM at the University of Texas at Austin where I study under the direction of baritone David Small. My greatest experiences as a singer have been performing operatic and musical roles such as Danny Zuko in "Grease" (Laredo Community College), Papageno in "The Magic Flute (Texas A&M University Kingsville), and The Learned Judge in "Trial by Jury" (Texas A&M University Kingsville).

Odyessey F

Odyessey F

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Music is essential to the soul and introduce individuals to a whole new world of creativity. Its important for student to have a stable foundation with the techniques and the overall feeling of music. I encourage every student to think outside of the box when it comes to music for it has its own expression and everyone has their own story to tell.  Inspiration is key with anything we do in life and music can help grow an individual to inspire others. Music is a way to express who we are and without society would be lost.

Stephen R

Stephen R

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Teaching is my thing!  Graduated from the University of Texas at Austin with my Masters Degree in Opera Performance. Since then I have taught privately and performed all over the world.  I have performed at Carnegie Hall in New York, overseas in the EU and Brazil, and performed in the US premier of "Waiting for the Barbarians" here in Austin. I have enjoyed teaching students for over ten years now.  There is something very special being able to see the "lights" turn on as a student discovers something new.  Music is one of those things that can change and enrich lives; I feel very blessed to be able to pass on the gift of music.

Chrissy W

Chrissy W

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I received my bachelors in music education and began teaching privately during that time. I taught in my home studio and at The Musical Arts Center of San Antonio, and at The Stone Oak Youth Theatre and Dance Co. I have worked with students of all ages and musical backgrounds. I strive to balance technical skills with creative and artistic skills. I like to combine several styles in order to engage students and keep lessons fresh and interesting. I aim to help my students define and work toward their musical goals.

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