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I've been taking guitar lessons at Page Music for over two years. They've do a great job of tailoring the instruction to my interests, abilitiy and available time as a working adult. The instructors that I have dealt have been skilled and very personable. In addition, they offer monthly jam supervised jam sessions for groups of students at several different ability levels. These are a blast. The general atmosphere is structured enough to provide a challenge, but low key and pressure free. I would highly recommend both the private lessons and jam sessions to any adult looking to begin or resume music lessons.
Liz is an amazing piano teacher! First of all she is really knowledgeable in her field, second she has a great talent in teaching and knows how to get the message for first timer (like me) in addition, her skills and patience with kids are impressive. My daughter really now enjoys her piano lessons and practice because of her. Liz is wonderful and highly recommended.
Mana is a very professional flute teacher who is able to work with any ability level. I took lessons from her from 6th grade until the end of high school and was taught at the level I was comfortable at but also was constantly challenged to work harder and advance in my practice. I highly recommend her to anyone, whether you are young or old, looking to become a professional flutist or just continue flute as a hobby!
Stephanie Munoz was my saxophone teacher for five years and is an incredible teacher. Stephanie goes above and beyond to help you learn. She has an amazing passion for music. Stephanie was always on time and very organized. She helped expand my knowledge in music. Stephanie helped me learn and grow not just as a saxophone player but as a young adult.
Melissa is an excellent flute teacher. I'm a beginner. She did a lot of work in correcting my ambouchure and teaching me how to play high notes. Moreover, she helped me a lot in buying an ideal flute.
Erin is a great flute teacher. My son enjoys learning and practising his flute lessons with Erin. She is very punctual. She has great patience. I am eagerly looking forward to my son's flute recital. Her fees are very reasonable given that she is able to come to my house to teach my son. I asked her to also teach the Music notations to my son and she happily agreed. I highly recommend her for flute lessons.
May be the best flute teacher in the world!
I have been taking flute lessons with Ms. Anthony for three years now, and there has never been a dull moment! She is very patient with me and is willing to teach me new techniques every lesson. I think I have improved my flute playing a lot in the past few years thanks to Ms. Anthony's knowledge (on the flute), her encouragement, and her patience. Whenever I have a question about a certain technique or the piece I am playing, she is ready to answer. I have a lot of fun playing the flute and I plan to keep taking lessons from Ms. Anthony for as long as possible!
Lea, my daughter, loves going to flute class with Elzbieta Brandys, This is what lea said about her : " she is kind and patient, when I have trouble with something she always says it's Ok, let's try again. she always encourages me I also enjoy my duets with her."
I really enjoy this class!! I'm excited about all the new material my teacher gave to me!
Thus far, I have had 4 lessons at Music Makers with a guitar instructor. I love the location and demeanor of the instructor, the price is right, and the scheduling options are also great. I am very happy with this find!
If you are interested or need more info, please contact me. We offer the best rates in the state. Get great quality for a great price, and it's smarter on your budget. Pricing: * 30-minute lesson: $15 * 45-minute lesson: $25 * 60-minute lesson: $34 Center Stage Lessons is a home music studio located in Warren, with a private piano teacher who has over 10 years of experience teaching beginners to novices the piano. I teach any age, between 4 and 50-plus years old. I graduated in 2007 with a bachelor of arts in music from Rhode Island College. Instruments taught are: - Piano: Beginner to novice - Flute: Beginner to intermediate - Bass: Beginner to intermediate Testimonials: "Nicole was able to share her enthusiasm and love of playing the piano. She was always very patient and always encouraged my son to reach the highest goal he could achieve. Her greatest ability is how she connects with my son, and customizes his piano lessons according to his strengths, while challenging him. She is a very concerned and caring teacher." "Our daughter enjoys her lessons with Mrs. Nicole, and has learned to play very complex piano pieces, as well as learned to read music. In addition to teaching her regular piano pieces, she also taught Ashwini to play some fun Disney music pieces. Mrs. Nicole is very responsible and a very conscientious teacher. She was never in a hurry to finish her lessons, and she was very punctual." Visit my website or Facebook (centerstagelessons).
Throughout my career, I have been in many bands and taught at various music studios throughout MA and NH. I have experience with students of all ages and skill levels. I currently teach private music lessons in the North Shore area as I continue to write and record my own music. In addition to drums and guitar, I also have experience teaching piano, bass, alto sax, flute and ukulele.
I am currently a student at Berklee College of Music. I have teaching experience of over 7 years and really enjoy helping my students reach their potential.
I can teach you or your child how to play basic jazz flute. An instrument will be needed. I am willing to do this for 1/2-hour segments.
The private flute and piano lessons I provide are a study in mindful practice - taking the attention of my students and directing it in ways that are productive and engaging, while encouraging each new musician to find motivation in daily practice. "It is a matter of time, patience, and intelligent work." - Trevor Wye Trevor Wye's quote is the foundation of my methods. I honestly believes that with the right guidance, anyone can learn to play music well. While many will say, "Practice makes perfect!" I sincerely insist that the old saying isn't true and can be detrimental to learning an instrument, and instead prefer, "Perfect practice, makes perfect!" That being said, the most important thing is to enjoy yourself, because without the desire and motivation, learning becomes infinitely more difficult. So let's make it EASY! Another unique aspect of my lessons is that I try to make them as cost-efficient as possible, so that anyone can take lessons. I also like to incorporate technology into my lessons, with recommendations for free apps that act as tuners and metronomes. Each of my students will have access to a virtual lesson folder on Google Drive, which includes all of their current music, recordings of their progress, as well as PDFs of their receipts and additional practice sheets, and online exercises that I created specifically for my students, using musictheory.net. Interested in learning more about my home-based private lesson studio? Please feel free to check out my website at rebeccamooremusiclessons.com, or my Facebook page at facebook.com/rmooremusiclessons. Interested in my specific background, experience, and education? Feel free to check me out on LinkedIn as well, at linkedin.com/in/rmooremusiclessons My time at Truman State University pursuing my Bachelor Degree in Music Performance, primary instrument flute, secondary piano, was a fantastic experience. With small classes, and private lessons with some of the most amazing musicians in the country, I had the opportunity to really roll up my sleeves and dig in deeply into music history, theory, and pedagogy. Music is more than just that song on the radio, or Mozart, or Taylor Swift, it's math, science, history, engineering, research, analysis! I really love being able to make lessons not only easy, but engaging with little tidbits of useful information sprinkled throughout the lesson. By simply providing a little back ground into music, it opens up a better comprehension of how music works, like learning a new language. Isn't it easier to learn a foreign language if you understand each word and underlying syntax, rather than just learning how to say the word? My ultimate goal is to ensure that my students understand enough about music, that they can: • Look at a piece without playing it, and be able to "hear" exactly what's going on in the piece. • To Identify patterns by performing a quick macro analysis, and be able to break down the piece into easy-to-learn sections. • Apply my favorite method for sight reading, using mindful techniques for quick comprehension. • Understand how to find the best fingerings when learning a new piece. • Be familiar enough with scales and common chords, that they can take any melody and create their own chord progression. • Know exactly how to use their time outside of the lesson in the most efficient way possible. Music is much more difficult to learn when you don't take lessons that provide hand-in-hand theory and history. Adding that into the lesson, and watching my students begin to apply theory on their own is awesome! Most of the time, they don't realize that they're doing it, because it becomes second nature. Oh, and I also enjoy gossiping about dead composers. Don't even get me started on Robert Schumann, the "other bad boy" of the Romantic Era. Who was the original "bad boy" of the Romantic Era? I guess you'll just have to take lessons with me to find out! :)