Little Abundance: Lessons & Engineering
About this pro
Little Abundance Lessons provides education in a wide range of musical skills to beginner and intermediate students looking to expand their horizons. Whether you need guitar, drums, ukulele, bass guitar, piano, or vocal lessons, Little Abundance will design a custom approach each month to assure your progress. There has never been a limit to the things we can learn about music. Music Theory alone is an abundance of information. Yet no matter how much we learn, there's little we can say to properly describe our passion for music. I can only hope to pass part of that passion on to others. The following things are what to expect as a student with Little Abundance Lessons: 1. Being treated as an individual, with unique desires and needs 2. Progress with physical and intellectual control of your instrument 3. Motivation to practice (and love practice) 4. Excitement for your next lesson
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- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?Yes. To ensure the student or parent is not paying for something they don't want, the first lesson and assessment is 20 minutes long and completely free. Afterwards, the monthly rate is $40 for a beginner student, composed of a one hour lesson each week. 60$ for an intermediate or advanced student. Custom monthly and weekly packages can be made to accommodate your budget.
- What is your typical process for working with a new customer?First, asking them to articulate five things they want to improve upon and five things they want to avoid in their next month of lessons. On the first lesson, conversing and playing music with the customer is a great way to get to know them. Lastly, accessing their skill level and educational needs by observing them with their desired instrument(s).
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?An Associates Degree in Audio Production and Engineering from IPR in Minneapolis, Certification in Logic Pro X and ProTools 11, Vocal-Drums-Guitar performance with various bands throughout the Midwest, Obsessive practice and study of music for 8 years.