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
For beginning piano students I typically use the Alfred Method. Once the student demonstrates a grasp of the fundamentals I introduce solo repertoire. For adults I typically use the John Thompson Adult Piano Course and we work together to find the solo repertoire. For voice lessons, I typically teach the bel canto style. I will work with vocalises that help develop breath control, placement and open vowels. I also use the Music Theory for Singers program to teach Music Theory and also use solfeggi to build sight singing skills. Read More
Instruments: Piano, Voice, Synthesizer, Music, Keyboard
I am extremely energetic and passionate when it comes to equipping students with certain skills and knowledge about music and how it all works. I believe that music is the greatest power in todays age. It has the power to change moods, change attitudes, music is relateable, and music is a universal language that everyone seems to understand. I went to school at Middle Tennessee State for Audio Engineering, but now I am studying at Lee University online for my theology degree. Read More
Instruments: Piano, Voice, Keyboard
I have had the pleasure of singing professionally for over a decade. From 2007 to 2011, I sang in the chorus of the Tulsa Opera. After fulling my final contract, I relocated to Edmond/Oklahoma City to attend The University of Central Oklahoma (UCO). There, I completed my Bachelor of Music (B.M.) in May of 2015 and my Master of Music (M.M.) in May of 2018, both in Vocal Performance. I have performed genres including opera, art song, jazz, soul, and pop. Read More
Instruments: Piano, Voice
My teaching experience began at the University of Tulsa. I taught voice to a few students who were non music majors for about a year. After graduating from the University of Tulsa, I began teaching at Brook Fine Arts Academy in Tulsa, Oklahoma. I taught over 30 students a week in both voice and piano (ages 3 to 20) for over a year. In my work as a teacher, I have helped students prepare for school competitions, studio recitals, talent shows, solo and ensemble contest, and musical auditions. Read More
I understand that many people take voice lessons recreationally, and that not everyone trains like a college student. I do, however, encourage all my students not to sell themselves short and set high standards for themselves. I acknowledge any and all progress that is made, and encourage my students to be proud of the sound they are making. If you don’t like your voice, then you certainly won’t sing for someone else. Read More
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