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Julia has been providing piano instruction to my daughter for 13 years. Julia is patient and calm, flexible, always prompt, and her fees are very reasonable. Julia urged our daughter to compete in ISSMA contests, and was always right by her side. Now our daughter will be entering college with a music major. Julia has been so helpful with guidance on this transition, including selecting the correct major, the audition process, and with providing much-needed insight, based on her own experiences. We would most definitely recommend Julia
Jenna Zartman has over 15 years of teaching experience and over 25 years of saxophone playing experience. She has taught all levels of students from beginners to college music minors. Lessons are offered at competitive prices.
I teach piano, flute, oboe, clarinet and saxophone. I also teach music theory as well. I have been teaching piano for 36 years.
I have a Bachelor's in Music (currently working on my Master's in Muncie). I have experienced giving lessons in guitar, piano (beginner's), saxophone, clarinet, and general music theory. I have been playing, writing, and performing music since I was 4 years old so I have plenty of experience to tackle the difficulties with learning music. I also work as a substitute teacher so I have teaching experience with kids of all ages.
The Peterson Music Studio was started by Mr. Dane Peterson who holds a B.M. in Music Performance, with an emphasis in jazz studies from the Bob Cole Conservatory of Music at Cal State Long Beach. He recently moved to the area and is excited to continue teaching lessons. He has taught for over 5 years in his own studio online, and in various music stores in the Los Angeles area. The studio offers lessons for piano, saxophone, and recorder/flute. In addition, Mr. Peterson teaches the following to students of any instrument: improvisation, composition, and general topics such as theory, musicianship, and history. If you would like a complete resume, please don't hesitate to email. Here is a little more information on the lessons offered. Lessons with Mr. Peterson follow a comprehensive, fun, and rigorous curriculum. Piano and saxophone students use art music (baroque, classical, romantic, and 20th century) as a foundation to branch into other genres such as jazz, blues, rock, folk, and more. The curriculum used is drawn from extensive research on many of the world's top conservatory methods as well as other standard methods. Students follow a methodical, step-by-step, and level-by-level curriculum. Lessons incorporate performing fundamentals such as correct posture, diaphragm breathing, efficient practice habits, and more. Finally, from the first beginners to advanced students, we all memorize standard repertoire, scales, music theory, and historical context to the pieces in measure with their level. The following are what to expect: * Promptness * New material every week * Learning to play the instrument correctly * Performing every quarter in front of an audience * Having clear, achievable goals that will motivate the student and ensure steady progress * Finally, lots of fun learning new music and how to sound wonderful Each lesson is individualized, and so, there will be some variations, from lessons to lesson and student to student. Mr. Peterson can also primarily focus on a student's band music if the parents desire. One can also choose to primarily focus on arranging, composition, and theory; though these are covered in the normal curricula.
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