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  • 38 years in business
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General First Lady J.
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Bro. Roger Parish has provided piano lessons to both our daughters over the years and we've found him to be patient, thorough, generous and simplistic. He is a Man of God that has gained our trust and respect. He genuinely desires to see the children perfect whatever gift of music God has given to them. Can't fail to mention how emensly talented in God he is himself - he not only can sing very well but he can play & teach many different instruments, equally well. My husband & I are thankful to know Bro. Parish and have nothing but good things to say about him.

Noteworthy Music
4.6
from 10 reviews
  • 4 years in business
  • 11 hires on Thumbtack
Jon K.
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Tony, one of the piano teachers for Noteworthy Music, has taught my son piano lessons for almost two months now. My son was taking from another teacher and not progressing. Now, he is hugely improved from where he was before and even playing for his school's talent show!

Aaron Boquet's Flute Studio
5.0
from 2 reviews
  • 8 years in business
  • New on Thumbtack
Ashland E.
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Aaron is a great teacher! He helped me improve my posture, technique, and tone. He knew exactly which exercises would isolate and fix any problems that I had.

  • 14 years in business
  • 1 hire on Thumbtack
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Lindsey Goodman is known for her “generous warmth of tone and a fluid virtuosity” (Charleston Gazette), and for her “impressive artistry” (Tribune-Review), “agility, and emotion” (Pittsburgh Post-Gazette). Renowned for her “brilliant”, “bravura performances” (Tribune-Review) played with “flair and emotion” (Gazette), Ms. Goodman is in high demand as a soloist, chamber collaborator, orchestral musician, teacher, and clinician. As a soloist, Lindsey has made New York City recital debuts presented by the Phoenix Concerts and PRISM Projects; performed as concerto soloist with the West Virginia and River Cities (OH) Symphony Orchestras, the Bach and Beyond International Baroque Soloists (NY), and the University of Sioux Falls (SD) and Marietta College (OH) Wind Ensembles; and been the guest artist for Ohio University’s Flute Fest and Marshall University’s FluteWorks festival (WV). Goodman has performed as a featured soloist at the National Flute Association (D.C., IL, and NC) and Canadian Flute Association (ON) conventions, the Northeastern Ohio Flute Association Flute Festival, Walfrid Kujala’s retirement gala (IL), June in Buffalo (NY), the Ethos New Music Society’s NewSound Festival (NY), the Birke Fine Arts Festival (WV), the Andy Warhol Museum’s Sound Series (PA), the Butler Institute of American Art’s Music at Noon series (OH), Tamarack’s Sunday@Two series (WV), and Googles’ regional headquarters in Pittsburgh (PA). In the past six seasons, Ms. Goodman has performed “a near perfect recital” (Daily Mail) presented by the Charleston Chamber Music Society (WV), as well as solo and chamber recitals at the University of Colorado at Boulder, Ohio State University, Bowling Green State University (OH), Ohio University, Duquesne University (PA), the University of Akron (OH), West Virginia University, Indiana University Southeast, Davidson College (NC), Capital University (OH), the University of North Carolina at Charlotte, Marshall University (WV), West Liberty University (WV), the University of Mount Union (OH), Frostburg State University (MD), Eastern Mennonite University (VA), Allegheny College (PA), Marietta College (OH), and Ashland University (OH). Lindsey’s interpretations of Mathew Rosenblum’s Under the Rainbow for flute and fixed media on New World Records, and Russell Pinkston's Lizamander for flute and live-processed electroacoustic on the CD against the emptiness are commercially available, and she has been featured in both live and recorded radio broadcasts on WQXR (NYC), WQED (PA), WMRT (OH), and West Virginia Public Radio. An avid performer of new music, “flutist Lindsey Goodman appears to know no fear in tackling the most demanding music” (Tribune-Review). A strong advocate for emerging composers and electroacoustic, interdisciplinary, or multimedia works, Lindsey is an active commissioner of new pieces, having given eighty-five world premieres, including thirty solo and chamber compositions written especially for her. Goodman is in her fourteenth season as solo flutist of the Pittsburgh New Music Ensemble, a group with whom she has recorded two CDs and a DVD, made two international tours, been featured eleven times as soloist, and currently serves as a member of the board of directors. A champion of living chamber music, Lindsey, with musical partners Scott Christian and Anne Waltner, is co-founder of ASSEM3LY, a flute, percussion, and piano trio championing both master and emerging composers for the unique instrumentation. Ms. Goodman, with collaborator Robert Frankenberry, is also co-founder of Chrysalis, a transformative duo commissioning works for singing flutist and singing pianist. Additionally, Goodman has performed contemporary chamber music at Carnegie Hall (NYC) on the invitation of John Adams and David Robertson, with the new music band Alarm Will Sound in the Miller Theatre (NYC), as flutist/actress at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe (UK), with Music on the Edge (PA), at the Bowling Green State University (OH) and Marshall University (WV) New Music Festivals, for FestivALL (WV), as guest artist on the Fresh Ink Music Series (NC), and on Denison University’s TUTTI Festival (OH). As an orchestral musician, Ms. Goodman holds the Martha Gaines Wehrle Chair in her ninth season as principal flutist of the West Virginia Symphony Orchestra, and can be heard on both of that orchestra’s CD releases. Lindsey, “who may play the alto flute better than anyone I have heard” (Charleston Gazette) and whose “playing [is] sharply defined on piccolo as flute” (Pittsburgh Tribune-Review), is also the principal flutist of the River Cities Symphony Orchestra (WV) and third flute/piccolo of the Tuscarawas Philharmonic (OH), and has performed with the Toledo (OH), Akron (OH), and Lima (OH) Symphony Orchestras; the Fort Wayne (IN) and Erie (PA) Philharmonics; and the Ohio Valley and New World Symphonies (FL), as well as being an associate musician with the Columbus Symphony Orchestra (OH). A dedicated educator for flutists of all ability levels, Goodman is on faculty at both West Virginia State University and Marietta College (OH) as adjunct lecturer of flute, and at CODA Mountain Academy of Music summer festival (WV). During the 2013 - 2014 academic year, Lindsey was interim adjunct instructor of flute at Ashland University (OH), and Goodman Flute Studios, her eponymous private teaching enterprise with students who have won state and regional honors as soloists and ensemble members, serves students from beginners through adult amateurs and professionals outside Columbus, Ohio. Additionally, Ms. Goodman is sought after as a clinician, giving flute master classes and presentations on music careers and entrepreneurship, working with electronics, chamber music collaboration, and the commissioning process to students at twenty-seven universities and colleges across nine states during the last six seasons. A versatile performer, Lindsey is also a classical mezzo-soprano who has commissioned six works for singing flutist. “{A} soprano of uncommon precision” (Pittsburgh Tribune-Review), Ms. Goodman gave her professional vocal debut with Opera Theatre Pittsburgh (PA) in 2009, her New York City vocal debut in 2011, and her soloist debut with the West Virginia Symphony Orchestra in 2012. Lindsey has also sung with the Pittsburgh New Music Ensemble (PA), on the Marshall University New Music Festival (WV), the Davidson College Concert Series (NC), the Marietta College Esbenshade Series (OH), and The Kanawha Forum 2.0 (WV), and at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte, West Liberty University (WV), Indiana University Southeast, and West Virginia State University. During the 2015 - 2016 season, Lindsey is thrilled to release her debut solo CD, reach through the sky, featuring commissions for singing electroacoustic flutist by Grant Cooper, Rob Deemer, Gilda Lyons, Jeffrey Nytch, Judith Shatin, and Erich Stem on the New Dynamic Records label, culminating with a CD release concert and party in New York City presented by the Phoenix Concerts on April 17th, 2016 with collaborators Robert Frankenberry and Gilda Lyons. Lindsey’s trio ASSEM3LY’s debut CD of music by Pulitzer Prize-winner Joseph Schwantner and commissioned works by John Allemeier, Ty Alan Emerson, and Randall Woolf will also be released this season. Goodman continues both her recording and commissioning activities during ’15 - ’16, eagerly anticipating the January release of her interpretation of Mark Zanter’s Persistence of Memory for flute and live-processed electroacoustics on the Society of Composers, Inc.’s 29th annual composer’s CD, recording Eric Moe’s Let Me Tell U About R Specials for flute and soundtrack and Amy Williams’ First Lines for CD releases, premiering the final two pieces in a six-work collaborative commissioning project with composer Randall Woolf called "Flute City: No Birds Allowed”, and collaborating with composers Matthew Jackfert, Linda Kernohan, Elainie Lillios, and Gilda Lyons on new works. Ms. Goodman’s featured performances this season include Mozart’s Concerto in D Major with the West Virginia Symphony Orchestra, Cynthia Folio’s Winds for Change with the Northwestern University Chamber Orchestra (IL), Music on the Edge’s premiere concert in New York City featuring Burr van Nostrand’s Fantasy Manual for Urban Survival and flute works by Amy Williams and Eric Moe, composer Amy Williams’ Cineshape series with the composer at the piano, percussionist Scott Christian, and the JACK Quartet (NY and PA), a solo electroacoustic recital at the University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music, a masterclass at Ohio Northern University, and two chamber music concerts ranging from Debussy to a world premiere on the Concerts @ St. John’s (WV). A student of New York Philharmonic principal flutist Robert Langevin, Lindsey also studied with Walfrid Kujala, former principal piccolo of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra. She received her masters degree from Northwestern University, her bachelors degree summa cum laude from Duquesne University, and a professional studies diploma from the Manhattan School of Music’s orchestral performance program. Born in Virginia and raised in Ohio, Ms. Goodman resides in Columbus, Ohio with her husband, percussionist and educator Chris Carmean, and Bichon Frise dog Jack. Ms. Goodman maintains an active teaching studio of flutists grades six through twelve in Pickerington, Ohio. Her students’ accomplishments include winning the Northeastern Ohio Flute Association’s High School Soloist Competition and performing as principal flute and/or piccolo in the Ohio Music Education Association (OMEA) All-State Band, Columbus Youth Symphonic Band, OMEA South-Eastern Regional Orchestra, Capital Junior Winds, and Fairfield All-County Band. Her students have also been selected as members of the Ohio State University Honors Band and Capital University Honors Band and and have attended the Ohio State University Summer Flute Workshop and the Capital University Summer Winds and Percussion Camp. Her students regularly hold first chair and piccolo positions in their high school and junior high concert and marching bands, have gone on to study music at Miami and Capital Universities, and successfully work as music educators in the United States and Europe. Additionally, Lindsey’s students have earned 116 superior ratings on flute and piccolo solos at OMEA solo and ensemble competitions in the past ten years alone. Lessons are taught at Pickerington High School North and are $27 per half hour, $40.50 per 45 minutes, and $54 per hour. Please feel free to contact for more details or references.

  • 12 years in business
  • New on Thumbtack
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1. Piano, Guitar, Voice, Singing, Violin, Viola, Cello, Bass, Trumpet, Trombone, Baritone, Tuba, Saxophone, Clarinet, Flute, Drums, Group Classes, In-Home lessons and Rock Academy Classes are all available in one location! We are the only school in Powell, Ohio that offers all of these classes and lessons! With such a large availability of choices and options we are sure to have what you are looking for. 2. The most qualified teaching faculty in Powell, OH. We have over a dozen music teachers, all with university degrees and professional performance experience. Our music teachers are dedicated to learning about your personal musical goals and helping you to achieve them. With multiple music teachers for every instrument, we are confident that we have the right teacher to meet your music lessons needs. In additional to their teaching credentials, our teachers have warm personalities, are extremely friendly and dedicated to teaching you the style of music that you want to learn in your music lessons. 3. Huge range of music lessons times available six days a week! We offer music lessons six days a week from early in the mornings to late at night to accommodate your busy schedule. 9:00 a.m. - 9:00 p.m. Monday - Thursday 2:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. Fridays 10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. Saturdays 4. A proven track record of excellence since 2006. Visit our Testimonials Page to see what our students are saying. Every year, aspiring music teachers start their own studio, and a year or two latter it's closed. The Academy has a proven track record of offering quality music, guitar, voice, singing, piano and many other lessons in Powell, OH year round. Our full time mission is teaching music lessons trusted by hundreds of families for over 8 years. 5. A Comfortable parent's lounge for our clients. We are the only school in Powell, OH that has two waiting rooms, a play room for small children, a free arcade game and a vending machine. We also have a TV in one of our waiting rooms to help entertain small children while they wait for older siblings to take their lessons. If you have work to do enjoy our quite front waiting room and free Wi-Fi. Or if you prefer you can sit in on you child's music lesson anytime you like. 6. Professional teaching environment. We have 16 private music lesson studios as well as a large group class room. All of our studios are air conditioned, sound proofed with acoustic foam and extra insulation, and our piano teaching studios have high quality acoustic pianos. 7. Free music recitals and performance opportunities for students! We offer stress free optional recitals twice a year for our students in addition other performance opportunities. Every parent just wants to know how their child is doing and if they are really progressing. The best way for a parent to understand if their investment in lessons is really worth it, is to have their child participate in a recital. In June and December many of our students choose to perform in our biannual recitals. We hold these at Graves Piano and Organ Co. and at our facility in Powell. We always make sure that students get to perform on a grand piano. For our students these recitals are free and unlike many schools in Columbus we do not charge recital participation or admission fees. In addition to our recitals we offer students the ability to perform with our Rock Academy program, Guild and Jazz Combo. 8. The 100 Minute Practice Club We are the only school in Columbus that has the 100 minute practice club! The 100 minute practice club is a fantastic way to encourage students to practice on their own without a parent forcing them. As a parent you have enough to worry about between homework, sports, dance classes and a million other things. Our practice club helps to make it fun for students to practice and can eliminate much of the battle between parents and students about practicing. 9. We sell sheet music, instruments and accessories! While our primary focus is on teaching music lessons, we do carry over 800 music books in stock, as well as, Guitars, Violins, Strings, Reeds and many other music instruments and accessories. This will save you time, if you need a book or accessory just pick it up before or after you lesson, no need to make an extra trip to another store. 10. Early morning and lunch time lessons for home school kids, retirees, college students and working professionals. We are a 'full service' music school. We offer lessons as early as 9:00 a.m. and we see many students between the hours of 11:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m. If you are a home school parent, retiree, college student or working professional who has a flexible schedule, take advantage of our early morning and lunch time lesson spots. 11. Located off of Sawmill Road in Powell, Ohio. Because of our convenient location in Powell, OH we are able to serve many students from not only the Powell area, but from Lewis Center, Dublin, Worthington and Delaware too. We have plenty of parking and are easy to find. We are located at 4012 Presidential Parkway, Powell OH 43065 in the same building as Scrambler's and the Lazy Chameleon. 12. Month to Month lessons. The Academy does not require semester minimums for lessons. We offer lessons month to month and only require 30 days notice to stop classes.

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My students are successful in school music programs and have done well in auditions and competitions.

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We provide private music instruction for instruments, such as piano, violin, viola, guitar, voice, flute and clarinet.

  • 6 years in business
  • New on Thumbtack
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Spanning beginner to advanced, I provide well-rounded instruction in theory, history, and performance technique on piano, oboe, flute, clarinet, and saxophone. I love tailoring lessons to the interests of each individual student, finding the best method for the most efficient and rewarding results toward his/her goals.

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David Robinson is available to provide flute lessons for beginners and more advanced students. If you want to learn to be a flutist, he guarantees effective and efficient lessons.

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