Levi Armstrong's Online Music Academy
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This pro indicated that they reviewed CDC safety guidelines for COVID-19 and pledged to do the following:
Maintain 6 feet of distance from customers
Wear masks during the job
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- Craig B.
I went to college with Levi and he has always been a masterful musician. My brother was interested in learning flute so we quickly signed him up with Levi. He provided an excellent online lesson experience and my brother has learned a lot so far. I would highly recommend Mr. Levi.Sep 1, 2020
- Coral N.
My 6-year-old took beginner piano lessons with Levi and we had a wonderful experience! He was patient with her and made learning fun. Highly recommend!Aug 26, 2020
- Sher K.
Working with Levi was such a treat! His attention to detail combined with a relaxed and patient personality made for a learning experience unparalleled anywhere else. He is quick to adapt lessons to meet the students' needs and makes the environment fun and interesting. He really knows his stuff.Aug 26, 2020
- Don M.
I have worked with Levi Armstrong for several years. He is very professional, yet fun. He loves music and offers his years of experience to his students and fellow musicians. Levi will provide all the tools needed to get a grasp on your music abilities and capabilitiesSep 13, 2020
- Chris L.
Levi has a technical facility on the sax well beyond his years. His creativity and responsiveness in teaching is a great asset to any student. Highly recommend!Sep 6, 2020
- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?After we determine a regular meeting time, I like to send out invoices after every cycle of 4 completed lessons. Preferably this happens at the beginning of a new month. If you wish to purchase a bulk lesson package of 12 lessons (approximately 3 months worth of lessons) then I will happily discount the total cost by %10. A small note that all of my lesson offerings are currently online, so there are no travel fees.
- What is your typical process for working with a new customer?I love getting to know new students in as many ways as possible. I typically like to ask questions about your daily life and what kinds of things you enjoy. For example, I love to ask a student regularly what kinds of music they are listening to for the reason that listening is an essential part of being a musician. I like to start digging into studies as soon as we can. In regards to playing, I love asking new students to play me something that they've been working on or have played in the past. Something that they enjoy and feel comfortable with. If the student is completely new to music-making, then I like to jump right in and start the learning process!
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?I have earned two degrees in music performance. A bachelor of arts degree from Olivet College in Olivet, Michigan and a master of arts from Eastern Illinois University. I have been playing professionally for 10+ years with experience performing in concert halls, bars and restaurants, band shells, auditoriums, and cruise ships. Between 2018 and 2019, I spent a years worth of time living and playing music professionally on cruise ships. While on these ships, I would typically rehearse and perform everyday of the week. I've performed, taught, and counseled at Blue Lake Fine Arts Camp in Twin Lake, Michigan. I have an active teaching studio that is a large source of joy for me.