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Chuck H

Chuck H

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My private lesson experience dates back to after I graduated high school, where I would give lessons and sectionals to students in the town marching band. While I was in college, I continued to give private lessons to college students taking instrumental methods classes. These students were mostly singers who needed to learn wind instruments as part of the music education curriculum. I also taught private brass lessons at the Cambridge School, a private school for students with language disabilities. My goal as a private lesson instructor is to facilitate music making and let the students make the music personable and meaningful to them. 

Benjamin D

Benjamin D

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I am a passionate young instructor who loves to share music with new students. I graduated from West Chester University in 2014 with a BA in Musical Theatre and a Minor in Music. After graduating, I moved to Center City, Philadelphia - where I continue to teach students today. I have sang all over the world, whether it be through choirs or theatre, and I know the opportunities and the job that musicianship can bring to people. My focus is very much on performing the song with acting as much as it is singing, to create a fully realized performance - this helps musicians better connect with their audience, and strengthens multiple areas of performance.

Kara S

Kara S

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I always love to see improvement in my students. I encourage my students to progress at their own pace and have the students create goals for themselves, while I advise them through their creative process. When a student follows their own progress and expects more of his/herself, they remain inspired and excited to make music. I try to figure out how my students are inspired and work with that to ensure success in the future. As a teacher, I have found it's incredibly important to help student's develop confidence in themselves!

Ellen Z

Ellen Z

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I studied transverse flute at Moravian College with Robin Kani from 1985-1992. From March 1996 to May 1997, I studied with Brooks De-Wetter Smith at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. I studied recorder for two semesters at Moravian College with professors Dr. Paul Larson and Dr. Larry Lipkis, composer in residence and performer with the Baltimore Consort. 1994 I began to teach privately. I have taught Suzuki flute Book one to beginners,from 1996-1997 in Chapel Hill, NC, and also at the Lehigh Conservatory from 1998-2002 I also teach intermediate to advanced level in flute and baroque recorder. I have much experience teaching youngsters and am currently the Music Specialist at Lehigh University Child Care Center, where I have been teaching preschool music since 2006. I have also taught Kindermusik from 1996-2008. Along with flute and recorder, I play and teach piano to those at a beginner and intermediate level.      My experience dates back to 1994. I began teaching private lessons. 

Daniel G

Daniel G

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I am a fun but tough teacher that holds high expectations for the learner as well as myself. My goal is to make sure the learner is exceeding his/her goals as a musician. I graduated from Westminster Choir College with a BM in Music Education, a minor in Musical Theater, and a Masters of Arts in Teaching. I am in my 4th year teaching, and currently work as a middle school band director. I've sang in various choirs, performing Mahler's 7th Symphony at Carnegie Hall as well as Chichester Psalms by Leonard Bernstein.

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