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Jan S

Jan S

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I incorporate piano methods and teaching techniques from the traditions of Leschetizky, Hofmann, the Lhevinnes, and Adele Marcus.

Gina P

Gina P

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For beginning students I start with breathing. I ask the student if there's anything they're interested in learning and by the third lesson have chosen something for them to sing. In an hour long lesson there is typically a half hour warm up to introduce new concepts and reinforce old ones. The second half is spent working on music and utilizing the concepts we have just discussed.

Anders F

Anders F

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I have taught since college, but formally I have really been into it for the past 5 years.  Teaching for me is truly a passion.  I really enjoy imparting the technique I have worked so hard at, as well as meeting others who are energetic and interested in singing.

Jacob M

Jacob M

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I like my students to work on their performance personas, as well as technique and repertoire. I want my students to be engaged and excited about the music they are working on and to practice performing it like the star that they are!

Yehoshua J

Yehoshua J

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For beginner students who are pursing music on the tonal instruments, I typically start with learning the names of the notes on the instrument and the major scale in every key as it relates to the piano. For the bass guitar I start of with basic finger strength techniques and exercises while incorporating the major scale fingering form and Nashville numbering system for all tonal instruments. For voice, I start off by finding the range of the individual and then teaching warmup techniques while building the individuals technique through finding a song and learning how to sing along. 

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