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My first lessons Johnny was very helpful! I'm looking forward to more!Jan 27, 2018Verified
Johnny is on-time, loyal, and his confidence is not misplaced.Jan 19, 2018
John is a great teacher. He really knows his stuff. I thought I would be unteachable but he took the time to really help me learn at my pace. 10/10 would recommend.Jan 20, 2018
Johnny is very professional and talented. Definitely worth every dollar! I’ve never learned so much so quickly.Jan 20, 2018
Johnny taught me a lot about my voice and the range that was best for it and how to improve! I’m very satisfied!! He is professional and a great valueJan 21, 2018
- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?I normally charge $25.00 hourly and suggest one lesson per week. For two lessons per week, for the individual that wants to put the time in, I would offer $40.00 per week for two hour lessons each week.
- What is your typical process for working with a new customer?I like to start with some basics. This includes the circle of fifths and some basic scales. I also suggest working through a training book to learn sight reading, however, if you just want to learn scales, how to jam, or how to play with anyone, we can skip sight reading and get right to improvisation.
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?I have taken over 10 years of classical lessons starting at the age of 4. I played keytar in my college band “Skies Over Bethany”, bass in the local Colorado Springs band “Autumn Creatures”, and have written many of my own pieces throughout my life. I studied under Dr. Suttles at Liberty University where I learned jazz piano and composition.