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, Violin, Synthesizer
Artists Performed With(Accompanied, Recorded with, Background Vocals, or Composed Music) Collette Coward, Cynthia Wilson, India Arie, James Cleveland, Heston, Jamira, Ronni Jackson, Tamekia Milton, Ana Lovelady, Clark Atlanta University Philharmonic Society, Johnetta Johnson-Page, Charles Harmon, Judith McCallister, Kirk Franklin, Fred Hammond, Ms. Dia, Grace in Motion, Erica Smith, Tammra, Chapter 5, Ricky Dillard, Remnant, Donald Lawrence, Soul 7, April Hill, K. Machelle, Phillippia, Brittenum Twins, Shamora, Art Bright, Oregon Catholic Press, Val Parker, Lanette Love, St. Mark Lutheran Church, United Methodist Annual Conferences, True Life Ministries, Ben Hill UMC, Elizabeth Baptist Church.
Instruments: Piano, Voice, Oboe
Ali loves to share her passion of music to the world and especially through her students. She loves to share new ideas and nuances along with the basics and fundamentals of technique.With each student's goals in mind, Ali creates a curriculum based on their wants and needs. Although practice can be boring for the student, asking a student to pick at least one song to work on can help the student and the teacher have fun and learn at the same time. After a few months, not only will her students have fun, but they will learn how to be a better person and musician.
Instruments: Voice, Trumpet, Clarinet
In learning music, it is very important for students to have the freedom to explore and cultivate their own artistry. It is my job to guide their development with proper technique and discipline. When first meeting a student, I learn what their interests are and meet them at their level. Then I devise a strategy based on who they already are as a musician that will help them to advance.
Instruments: Piano, Guitar, Voice
Teaching Methods: For younger beginners I start with simple note reading from Joe Pecararo's Read This First. This gives an opportunity to build a really solid foundation of music theory and music reading at the same time. Older beginners I take through a checklist of basic theory fundamentals of my own creation, basic chords and basic scales. Then we choose a song to learn that applies that foundation. I create custom lesson plans moving forward that line up with the students stylistic desires and capability. The biggest thing I stress with students is having a tool box of practice strategies and keeping lose, relaxed technique.
Teaching Styles: I believe it's really important for my students to feel encouraged and not overwhelmed. Though there is a time for challenging tasks, creating clearly defined goals before and after each lesson and practice session is key to maintaining that encouragement. I like to ease my students into more challenging material and larger work loads, rather than throwing so much on them at once that they don't know where to begin.
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.
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