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
I use exercises from "How to Train Singers" by Larra Browning Henderson. I studied with her personally. For the piano, I use the Alfred books. They offer a variety of books for students of all ages. Regardless of instrument, I place a strong emphasis on technique and can also offer training in theory.
Instruments: Piano, Voice, Flute
I use the "Little Mozarts" series with 4-7 year-old piano students, and prefer the "Bastien" method for the older kids. I intersperse the lessons with theory and listening exercises, and interpolate movement and outside songs to keep the lessons as fun as possible. In the singing lessons, I start with the fundamentals of breathing and resonance, but we start singing songs and duets right away. Usually, I choose one song, and the student chooses another one to work on.
Instruments: Piano, Voice
My teaching experience began right after college when I started my voice and piano studio in Ohio. I maintained a private voice and piano studio for several years until moving to the East Coast. My students participated in several recitals throughout the year and competed in area music competitions. For several years, I taught music in the public schools and at the university level. I am also an active performer and music director in many area theaters. I enjoy teaching students of all ages and levels, and have experience teaching beginner and advanced, pro and novice.
Instruments: Piano, Voice, Organ, Synthesizer, Ukulele
The first lesson is always a way for me to gage the level or ability and the goal for the student. I usually recommend a beginner book series for novices, but also use online sources and my own games and strategies. For older or more experienced students, I focus on specific repertoire they want to be learning (I provide a list of recommendations for them to listen to) as well as developing musical theory and technique, which is an important foundation for any musician. These exercises, although not exactly 'games', are meant to be engaging and meaningful for each student and correspond directly to the music they're working with.
Instruments: Piano, Guitar, Voice, Drums, Bass Guitar
Usually I pick and choose out of different method books when applicable to the particular student. Every student learns differently so my job is to make sure the proper curriculum is made and provided for growth. As long as the student can eventually get to the point where he/she can look at a piece of music and play it without the help of the teacher, I've done my job for the most part.
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