Hired 1 time
14 years in business
(Mountain Time Zone)
9:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.
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Coire is a pleasure to work with and adjusts well to different learning styles. Great instructor!Nov 2, 2018Verified
Coire is a great teacher with a lot of knowledge to share. I have a few years of experience and he did a great job figuring out the state of my skill set and has tailored the lessons perfectly to push me forward without overwhelming me. His lesson homework is focused around actually making music and not just rote memorization of scales and patterns. Highly recommended to beginners and experienced players alike!Sep 8, 2018Verified
Coiree is a great teacher! He gives you the why when he teaches you something new which is very helpful. I enjoy our lessons very much and know I am learning faster than I normally would because of him.Dec 4, 2018
Coire is a great teacher. He tried to get a sense of your style of playing and musical interests and teach you things that you want to learn. He's very flexible and accommodating. He helped me get ready for my first solo shows (which went great!). I couldn't have done it without him!Sep 1, 2018
Coire is very talented at teaching as well as playing. I came in as a true beginner, and with his guidance I have developed a solid foundation. He allows you to submit songs you would like to work towards so that classes are rewarding and you learn songs you actually want to play. He makes guitar both approaching and enjoyable!!!Aug 30, 2018
- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?Lessons are $60 for 60min and offered at my home in Congress Park or in-home (sometimes there may be a small travel fee). I offer discounts for students who commit to 4 lessons a month (weekly is the idea) for $200. Introductory lessons at my studio are $30.
- What is your typical process for working with a new customer?I always like to sit and chat a bit right off the bat--we may or may not even pick up the guitar on our first lesson together. I often use material that my students already enjoy (songs, artists, genres etc) to convey technique, theory, and a longterm functional understanding of music. Sometimes I will share personal compositions, or create riffs that cater to a students skill level to share practice concepts (this is actually one of my favorite parts of the job!) People are all unique. There is no set approach to teaching because there is no set approach to learning. Having to observe and adapt my approach to teaching allows me to grow better at my craft--I welcome it--and it's pretty cool to see just how different everybody is!
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?I earned my music degree from Musicians Institute in 2005.