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Dustin S

Dustin S

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I enjoy performing, teaching, and sharing my knowledge of music with others. In 2011, I graduated from Morehead State University with a Bachelors degree in Vocal Performance and in 2014, I graduated from the University of Louisville with a Masters degree in Vocal Performance. During my undergraduate and graduate careers, I was given the opportunity to travel and perform in Costa Rica, Austria, Hungary, and Poland.

Edward S

Edward S

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With beginners (children and adults alike) I like to start with the Faber and Faber Piano Adventures method books. I tailor each student's learning experience, creating an individual path to success. I stress the fundamentals of music (learning to read music, proper physical technique, etc.) in an engaging and fun manner.

Sarah G

Sarah G

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Simply put, we will start each lesson off with warming up the voice, head, neck and  body. You will take these warm up exercises home with you each week and use them in your daily practice. Before you know it... you will start noticing a warmth, freedom and resonance to your voice that you've never heard before. Together, we will find songs that really "speak" to you.  We will work through these songs in each lesson, breaking them down into workable vocal parts as well as acting "beats". This will help you feel confident that you really know the song inside and out. Singing should never hurt and should be fun!  I will make sure you are having fun while learning about your voice!  I will also teach you sight singing skills, breathing techniques and rhythm, which are invaluable tools for all singers. 

Will T

Will T

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My lessons focus on trouble areas identified during the initial lesson. I would develop a plan of attack setting realistic goals that are both measureable, realistic and obtainable to achieve. A usual model lesson would consist of the following segments: 1. Intonation - I would spend about 5-10 minutes in this area training the student to properly find the center of pitch and listen for an adaptive center of pitch. Most flautists aren't playing in a symphony and will be exposed to an ever changing center of pitch.  2. Interpretation - I spend a chunk of time on this concurrently with other aspects to train the student to perform selections in a way that expresses passion, emotion and the idea of the selection.  3. Techniques - I work on techniques all throughout the lesson. Once I identify any discrepancies in their performance technique I will offer my suggestions but the student ultimately has to except them. 

Katrina R

Katrina R

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At the beginng of the first lesson I like to ask my student about their musical experience, interest and if they have any over arching goals, and after that I warm them up and teach them part of a simple song either from a popular musical or (for my younger students) Disney song in order to hear the maturity, tonality, and range they are starting with. If my students do not have a particular song or songs picked out then I assign songs, trying to adhere to the student's interest, during the second lesson. I typically half my lessons between music reading and theory skills and working on their song or songs, and I normally assign a listening example, music reading assingment, and encourage daily practice. I do not punish a student for incomplete homework, however I stress that the homework I assign is to help them on their musical journey. When preparing for a performance or audition I spend the lesson fine-tuning their repetoire. I like to press my students beyond their own expectiations, but also try to remain sensitive to my students frustrations and believe in positive re-enforcement.

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