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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My number one goal is to see music change the lives of my students as much as it has for me. Singing has proven to increase cognitive awareness and reduce stress. I'm a very positive person and I believe in encouraging my students while also achieving work! Music is a universal language and will be such a good thing to have in your life! I can't wait to sing with you!
Mark is a DMA student at University of Maryland – College Park, where he is a member of the Maryland Opera Studio. Last year, Mark was a teaching assistant with duties including teaching classes like Vocal Literature and French Diction and giving private lessons to voice minors and secondary students. Before moving to Maryland, Mr. Wanich was a voice instructor at the Cleveland Institute of Music, where he gave lessons to music majors at Case Western Reserve University. He received his Master of Arts degree at Middle Tennessee State University, where he had Voice and Opera teaching assistantships, and his Bachelor of Music degree from Georgia Southern University. Mark has a decade of experience teaching private lessons to a wide range of ages, from 13 to 72.
My goal in teaching is to make the student feel relaxed and at ease and therefore open to trying new ideas. I help them set realistic goals and acknowledge their accomplishments along the way, making them more eager to practice and learn. I love seeing that spark when an idea clicks and the student finally understands a concept or achieves a goal. There's no better feeling than helping a student move from one level to the next.
Instruments: Piano, Voice
I have kept a private studio of about 3-4 students for about 5 years. I also substitute for various studios in their voice faculty. No matter what level my students are at I always stress the importance of fundamentals. Without a strong foundation you cannot build a house. The material I encourage encompasses a variety of styles including: classical, musical theater, contemporary and Disney animated. It's important to keep students engaged and having fun! Without a doubt, making lesson time enjoyable is of utmost importance to me.
Instruments: Piano, Voice
I try and teach according to my system. For singing I begin with basics of breathing and move on once the student has shown proficiency in understanding that concept. For piano students, I work through Alfred's piano series. I try not to let my students skip steps, as gaps in knowledge can create problems down the line. However, I always try and have songs that they can work on while going through the basics to keep things interesting.
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