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Kathleen M

Kathleen M

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I love to teach

John W

John W

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I have been teaching music since I graduated from the acclaimed New School University in New York City in 2000. Since then, I have taught music at every level from Pre-school to college. I am more than happy to assist students in their homes to help them gain a better understanding of music. I am committed to making my lessons fun, engaging, and useful in the real world.

Edward B

Edward B

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As a multi-instrumentalists, I use a cross disciplinary approach even when a student is only learning one instrument.  I do make use of method books for beginners, and the specific book depends upon the instrument, but I have my own methods and materials which I utilize in my lessons.  Building a repertoire is encouraged, and I use the material to assist in instructing in theory and musical communication.  My students are taught to be self-sufficient, by way of practice, study, and cultivating an "ear."

Julia R

Julia R

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Completion of this profile is in progress..More coming in the next few days!

Adam H

Adam H

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My students have goals ranging from being able to enjoy making music to making this part of their profession and it is my goal to help them accomplish theirs. I refuse to teach all students the same way, as I often find students with different strengths and needs.  I also want to let your passion be your fuel towards reaching your goals, so I am very open minded to the style that you want to work on, and with my knowledge of the different method books, we will find what works best for you.

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