Our music lesson students will have the opportunity to take lessons from the comfort of their own home or in one of the teachers studios. Careful attention is placed on each student to ensure a custom lesson plan. Our music teachers understand that every student has different needs and abilities and therefore the lessons will be planned with that knowledge in mind.
lessons are available in the following areas:
Instruments: Guitar, Voice
I have been teaching guitar and voice for the last five years to students of all ages and various levels. With the development of my music learning program, Musicphilia: Love for Music, my purpose is to engage students in fostering a positive experience in learning their instrument of choice. Read More
I feel it is important to practice regularly, as the progression will increase quicker. I also encourage my students to record their lessons, not only to hear the different exercises, but also to hear the change in their sound. New Windsor Music Academy performs yearly recitals, which I always recommend my students to perform in. I feel it is a great way to show growth in not only the voice, but in the singer. Read More
Instruments: Piano, Voice
Assessment is the task during the first lesson. I must determine the student's voice type, and what style of music the student would like to pursue. If a boy's voice hasn't yet changed, I'll assess whether he is an alto or soprano. I'm a keen believer in teaching one to sightread and encouraging one to improvise with his/her instrument! For sightreading I shall introduce The Trinity College, Sound at Sight. Read More
Instruments: Piano, Voice, Organ, Keyboard
My teaching style is all about connecting with the student in a way that is fun, engaging and fulfilling as we work on their musical abilities and goals together. I set goals for each lesson so that the student realizes they are making progress every week which in turn inspires them to greater and greater heights. It is very important to me that each student be approached as an individual. Read More
I grew up being forced into piano lessons at the ripe age of five. My mother insisted and I rejected it. However, I had no choice in the matter. She wanted me to play the piano. So I learned. Once I started middle school, I joined the choir because I noticed that they were going on a lot of field trips. Little did I know that I would actually fall in love with singing. Read More
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