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.
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Instruments: Piano, Voice, Saxophone, Flute, Clarinet
I've been teaching for more than four years now. I haven't completed my Bachelors degree yet because I had the opportunity to gain experience teaching and realized that I want to teach privately instead of the public school system. Unlike most people who decide to go into Music as a career, it was actually one of the only academic subjects that I struggled with. When I was younger Math and English were very easy for me but Music was difficult and I didn't understand it. Luckily I was able to join the High School Marching Band in 7th Grade and began taking private lessons with Jay Trackman (BM Clarinet Performance, The Juilliard School; MM Music Education, Columbia University). Due to my initial struggles I empathize with students who are confused and I was exposed to a lot of strategies to help students understand. I was even able to help a four year old student who speaks English as a second language who was afraid to sit on the piano bench for the first few months of lessons.
Instruments: Piano, Voice, Drums, Recorder
Teaching Methods: All students in my music program are introduced to the Quality Music Instruction Curriculum. The books in this curriculum, allow each student to advance at his/her own pace while maintaining consistent progress. In addition to the Quality Music Instruction Curriculum, lessons are supplemented with the Bastien series. I lay the foundation for music by teaching all of the necessary rudiments of music such as scales, fingering, chord structures and then I incorporate music that's appealing to the students. After a few months, the students are prepared to perform in my recitals which are held twice a year.
Teaching Styles: Because every student has his/her own learning style, my lessons cater to those styles. I figure out a student's strengths and weaknesses. I acknowledge the accomplishments caused by the strengths while I focus on developing the weaknesses. For example, if a student excels melodically but has trouble maintaining accurate rhythm, I will engage the student in listening to and playing many interesting melodies that require him/her to pay close attention to counting the rhythms in order to master playing the melodies. Since there is no x22cookie-cutterx22 way to teach every student, many teaching styles must be implemented in order to ensure successful results for all music students.
Instruments: Piano, Guitar, Voice
I have experience of teaching music for 20 + years. Teaching private lessons, guitar and also teaching choir at my community. I have experience of performing for many years with different music groups, large and small, being part of choir, band or orhestra. My passion for teaching and performance is huge and all this experience makes teaching a lot of fun.
My goal as a teacher is to show students the joys of singing, while instructing them how to be technically proficient and vocally healthy. Through the process, I encourage singers to appreciate what their strengths are and to recognize their weaknesses as challenges. I like to focus on one technical issue at a time, building upon the current strengths without overwhelming the singers. In this way, they can learn to love the process of improving. In essence, I drive my students to improve and set attainable goals so that they can approach singing in a smart, healthy, and happy way.
Instruments: Piano, Guitar, Voice, Violin, Viola, Trumpet, Trombone, Flute, Clarinet, Drums, Organ, Synthesizer, Ukulele, Recorder
I began teaching music as a sophomore in high school. I started my own choir that created performance opportunities for high school students, gave them a chance to learn and perform music that was meaningful to them, and challenge the members to grow as musicians. In college I taught piano, voice, theory, and composition privately and again started and directed my own choir. This choir was invited to perform at Carnegie and the New Jersey Music Educators Conference. I am always on the look out for opportunities for my students and choir members to showcase their talents, pursue their passions, and grow.
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