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Jamie T

Jamie T

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For Piano students: I teach from Faber and Faber (age appropriate volumes) and encourage a disciplined home practice routine that includes a practice log and weekly goals. Solo pieces added over time. Performances - even if only an in home recital for a few family members and friends - are encouraged about once a semester.  For voice students: I teach very tailored lessons to suit individual goals, even if the goal is just to sing better in the shower. Lessons include voice and breathing exercises, posture work, listening assignments, song repertoire, and some training in musicianship which will be determined based on the student's prior experience. I'm going to teach you in the style you prefer and help you set and achieve individual goals for your voice. 

Julianne B

Julianne B

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I began formal study of piano at age seven, learned to sing by participating choir from seventh through ninth grades, and developed general music skills by being a percussionist in Symphonic Band where I attended high school. From that time, I continued playing repertoire until entering college to earn a Bachelor of Arts in Piano Performance with an emphasis on research. I took a variety of electives including a course on the life and works of Johann Sebastian Bach, a course in Art Song, a seminar in piano Concerto, and a course in Symphonic literature. I took courses in conducting. My college education has enabled me to perform gigs in small venues including studio work for a local singer/songwriter's demo recording and providing background music for social or fundraising events. Additionally, I have participated in special vocal projects as a composer/reviewer and as a vocal coach to children ages eight through eighteen. I am happy with my choices to accept long term substitute teaching assignments for choir and band as well as engagements in the private sector because I believe I am a more informed instructor and can provide much knowledge for my students.

Sara K

Sara K

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For younger beginners on piano I use the Hal Leonard series to start.  For older piano students I use Faber & Faber. For guitar and voice, I base my method on the students' interest.  I feel that for a student to be successful and enjoy the instrument they are learning, they need to be learning a style that excites them.

Anitra B

Anitra B

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Although my expertise is in performance, vocal technique, musical analysis, theory, and principle applications of classical music, 10 years of experience has taught me that the arts encompass every aspect of our lives.  Through music, literature, and the arts, I endeavor to inspire children and adults alike to learn at play, to give and grow, explore and discover.  I believe that every moment of a young person’s life is an opportunity for growth and enrichment.  As they learn about themselves and the world around them, we can guide their footsteps with tender care, wisdom, insight, encouragement and love.  I believe that students need to be surrounded with opportunities to express from their hearts and minds, know themselves, embrace the arts, and enjoy the nurturing of their tender, ripening intellect.  It is also my most sincere belief that music is one of the most poignant mediums by which we can offer these opportunities.  It touches the deepest and most inexplicable parts of us all, yet it can be simple enough for anyone to understand---even an unborn child.  The principles of music have been proven to literally train a young brain to be receptive to complex learning, high levels of thinking and reasoning, and the mastery of numeration, sequencing, and calculation.  Although every teaching experience is unique, my constant goal is to excellently open the door for the mastery of musical understanding and technique, as it brings about self-confidence, broadens self-awareness, fosters the development of intellect and nurtures a love of learning.  

Odyessey F

Odyessey F

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My teaching experience dates back to my college days during my sophmore year giving private lesson to children in the surrounding community. I did not relaize the joy of teaching until one of my students performed. Currently two of my high school students have received scholarships for college towards their education. As a educator this is the proudest I ever been in having students major in music and receive scholarships. Being a music teacher gives me such job and I would not trade it for anything.

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