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Gordon B

Gordon B

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I'm passionate about music. I've written, conducted, and performed music as a multi-instrumentalist. I've also taught privately (on a number of concert band instruments) and written on the subject.

Jessica P

Jessica P

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I have been teaching music since 2000 trough individual lessons and group instruction. I gained further expereince as the director of children choirs and the Music Director at The Bridge. I have developed music and drama programs for children, including a flute teaching method in order to make learning fun and successful. I am looking to have that method published, possibly through online-live classes, in the future. I have been performing music since I was a child. Igrew up singing in church and school choirs and playing in my school band. I continued in High School in the Band, Jazz Band, Choir and Show Choir. In college I pursued a duel degree in Counseling and Music. My music degree included Music History, Performance, Theory, and Conducting. I performed in the band as First Chair Flute and in the Chorale, Chamber Choir and Chapel Choir. I have been a member of various concert bands, though unfortunately there is not one in my are that I can currently join, or I would. I do perform solo flute and vocals at events. I am a current member of the Bridgewater State University Alumni Chamber Choir. In addition to music, I have also been involved in theater. I have performed with famous actors and musicians at the Annual Fundraising Galas at The Hole in the Wall Gang Camp and at The Kennedy Center for Perfoming Arts in honor of Paul Newman and Joanne Woodward in 1992. I had a staring cast role in "Godspell" in 1998 at Assumption College and was in the chorus for other productions, including "A Chorus Line". In 2004 I had a staring role "The Queen of Bingo" in Boston, MA. I have taught summer camp and afterschool programs in Music and Drama, and I continue to work with local programs.

Paolo R

Paolo R

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Being a new teacher I can't speak to really any past experience. All I can say is that music has to be fun period. You're not going to practice if you don't enjoy what you're doing!

Hayley M

Hayley M

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The most rewarding thing for me as a teacher is too see my students have fun with their proccess. To watch them grow and as musicans as well as people. My goal is to help create a fun and effective approach to music and provide them with a solid musical foundation to blast off from! 

Ashley Y

Ashley Y

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Hi! My name is Ashley and I am passionate about teaching music! Growing up, I was big into Musical Theatre, but I also had an older brother who really got me into rock music. I made my professional theatre debut in the 7th grade, and my career took off from there! I pursued a degree in Musical Theatre, and went on to "pound the pavement" in New York City, as they say, working in various facets and degrees of the musical theatre industry. Missing home and nature, I moved back to Massachusetts and took up teaching. I began teaching students in-home, prior to purchasing my baby grand piano which I currently use in my studio today! I went back to school to obtain my Masters of Music in Music Education, and continued to perform but this time in rock bands! I am currently in three rock bands, Rocket Queen (A tribute to Guns N' Roses), NOTB (a tribute to Iron Maiden), and NIB (a tribute to Black Sabbath). In my free time I enjoy performing showtunes for memory impaired patients at assisted living and nursing facilities.

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...neutral and even status.   Before beginning this test, it may be helpful to understand the audio frequency spectrum. Our ears are capable of discerning audio in the frequency range of 20Hz to 20kHz. The low number range (from 20Hz – 300Hz) is perceived as bass or low-end. The middle range is from 300Hz – 2000Hz, and high range is from 2kHz – 20kHz. Consider listening through tones in each of these frequency spectrums in order to develop an understanding of the general ranges. You will want to be able to decipher the approximate frequency when listening to your room’s acoustics. That way ... Read More

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...and classical concerts when I was young, so my interest in music was very natural to me, it wasn’t forced at all. I’ve seen parents who force their kids to play a certain instrument, and the kids often end up not wanting to play music at all. On the other hand, the child needs to be encouraged to practice because it’s essential in learning. Having this kind of balance is difficult, there’s no right or wrong answer. Was there a period in your life when you didn’t want to practice? I think very few people enjoy practicing, including myself. The most difficult time ... Read More
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