Robby Schechter's Musical Life
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Introduction: Many students spend tons of frustrating hours fumbling over chords and notes because they do not know how to practice. I won't just show you WHAT to play and hope that you get it. I will teach you exactly HOW to practice whatever it is we are working on. Also, I taylor lessons to each student individually. As no two students are every the same, I never teach two students the exact same thing. Though I have a basic outline of what I teach, specific songs and exercises are picked for each student depending on their individual needs. Finally, I always come to work with a smile and a positive attitude. I make sure lessons are both fun and engaging. Watching a student grow. I love watching a student get over a big hurtle (a hard to play riff or chord) or progress to something they had previously thought impossible.
Hired 16 times
5 years in business
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- How did you get started doing this type of work?When I was 13 I joined a rock band at Dave Simon's Rock School in St. Louis, Missouri. I had a great time but quit after one session because I was more advanced than the other kids in my group. A year later I got a call from Dave Simon asking if I wanted to teach some of their younger students and coach the beginner bands. I decided to give it a shot and quickly found out that I not only had a knack for teaching, but I really enjoyed it. I continued to teach all throughout high school and then when I moved to Denver in 2008 and started a studio of my own at the University of Denver music building. After graduating I moved to Broadway Music School, with a fantastic facility and musical community only minutes away from the University.