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: Piano, Voice, Clarinet, Mallet Percussion
Teaching Methods: Students are not the same therefore each method is different. The introductory lesson is used to get to know the student and what it is that they need and a program or methodolgy is designed based on that student's needs.
Teaching Styles: Fun is the goal of each student because a student enjoying themselves will always want to practice and be successful. I try to incorporate as much learning in a light fun filled environment as possible to keep the student interested in their talent.
Instruments: Piano, Voice
Teaching Methods: Faber, Alfred, Bastien, Dozen a Day curriculum, Russian-based technique, Alexander-based technique, Taubman-based technique
Teaching Styles: Because every student is different, I take a very individualized approach to teaching, working to adapt to the needs and learning style of each student.
Instruments: Piano, Voice, Bass Guitar
Teaching Methods: In order to communicate musical ideas most effectively, I feel it is equally as essential to develop the students ear as well as their reading abilities. Each student will receive a personally customized work packet that includes sheet music, worksheets, and possibly audio/video samples. The packet implements training techniques & exercises that will develop the students reading skills and ear-training, along with basic theory. The work packets also include sheet music to songs chosen by the students, in order allow them to apply their techniques in ways that are self-fulfilling.
Teaching Styles: My goal and main priority as a teacher is to help my students achieve, then surpass their musical aspirations. I tend to use the first couple of lessons to get a feel for the students musical goals along with their current musical ability. Upon initial assessment of the students goals & playing level, I formulate a lesson plan that will most accurately develop the skills necessary to achieve their goals. I also strive to incorporate creative ways to keep my students inspired and eager to learn more. One way I enjoy motivating the students is to help them apply techniques and skill they learn to songs that they enjoy most.
Instruments: Piano, Voice
Teaching Methods: In my voice lessons, I want to feel that the student is doing what they want to do, not just what I tell them. With this in mind, I work with the student to find songs or pieces that they want to try and sing. If it is an appropriate level of difficulty, we will work on it straight away. If it is a harder piece, We gradually work towards it, whilst simultaneously tackling other pieces with similar traits. For piano, I like to have a blend of book work (usually Faber and Faber) and extra curricular. If this means I am arranging a piece of popular music so that it is accessible to the student, then I will do that.
Teaching Styles: My students will enjoy their lessons, especially if they are taking the time outside of the class to practice and hone in on their skills. My main attitude is that this should be a time away from traditional school or work, where a student can relax, have a good time and learn new techniques and nuances of music performance and theory. I am a firm believer in positive reinforcement. No performance is perfect, but no mistake is without encouragement. The practiceroom is a place where a student should be encouraged to try new things and dare to learn new music.
Teaching Methods: My method of teaching is tailored to each student. The first step is to assess the level of a student. Once that is accomplished, together we develop a plan that fits the needs and goals of that student. For beginning students who are children, I typically assign musical theater pieces that will develop their skill and technique but not be too daunting for early singers. For adults, the lessons are usually geared toward the type of music that interests the student in conjunction with my guidance and instruction that keeps the lesson exciting and fun!
Teaching Styles: As a teacher, nothing is more rewarding than seeing a student excited about their progress! Studying voice is process. It is my job to lead and guide each student at his or her own pace. I push students to their full potential, while providing positive reinforcement and setting realistic goals. Singing is very personal, and can even be frightening for new students. I develop trusting relationships with my students, so they are free to express themselves and push themselves beyond what they even dreamed possible!
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