Customers rated this pro highly for work quality, responsiveness, and value.
He is really nice and enthusiastic, I am looking forward to learning from him. I will add more comments after my first class.Feb 17, 2018Verified
Very informative. I feel I will now be a much better bass player because of David!Apr 15, 2016Verified
About this pro
I've been teaching and playing most of my life. I'm good at breaking tasks down into simple components, so I can give students simple roadmaps to master skills which might otherwise seem complex. I like watching students grow musically over time. I like seeing the joy people get from accomplishing their musical goals. It's great to see someone do something they couldn't do before or previously thought was beyond their ability.
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LocationAtlanta, GA 30308
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Q & A
- What is your typical process for working with a new customer?I find out what music they enjoy, and I try to assess what their goals are musically. I try to find projects on their level which appeal to their musical sensibilities, as well as projects which expand their musical perspective.
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?I grew up taking violin from symphony members in Alabama, Boston, and Cleveland. I attended the Alabama School of Fine Arts in 7th grade where I began studying theory and subsequently continued at the Nee England Conservatory of Music. I was Concertmaster of my high school orchestra. I read the various industry magazines. I constantly learn new material. I keep an open mind about trends and changes in taste and I try to fit in and stay relevant. I also seek out players who are better than I am so I can learn
- How did you get started doing this type of work?I've been an instructor and a leader in many contexts from childhood and throughout adulthood. It was a natural evolution for me.