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I knew nothing about music except that I loved listening to it since I can remember, Upon my retirement from education and at the encouragement of my 7 year old grandson who was taking guitar lessons, I also began guitar lessons with Eric. In the few months that I have been his student, Eric has demonstrated his superior knowledge of music, outstanding ability to teach using a variety of methods as well as much patience. I highly recommend Eric as a teacher to anyone wanting to learn about music and how to play guitar.
She is a Good and Patient teacher. My son is very happy with his lessons. The Lessons are not long and allows the student to take information home and practice. Her schedule is adjustable for a parent that works 3rd shift.
Mr. Vedder is one of the most patient guitar teachers you could ever ask for. He is very professional and will take the time to answer all of your questions, even when you don't know what to ask. I customizes the lessons for you and the music you want to learn. Each lesson takes place one on one with 100% individual attention to you. He makes getting started with the guitar very easy and rewarding. When you start taking lessons with Mr. Vedder one of the first things you notice is he is very passionate about music and honestly wants to pass his knowledge on to new people. To him it's not about making a buck, it's about making music.
The kids love the lessons with her. She is wonderful and the kids easily understand everything she thought .Thumbs up !!!
She is awesome to work with. My daughter loves to go to get lessons. My daughter has made great progress in her singing and piano lessons while working with Jennifer. I would recommend Her to anyone.
Ever since I can remember, Jason has been studying music. A writer, producer, manager, studio extraordinaire, he is everything music. Since we were kids all I can remember is just experimenting, that was the most fun of all because when you are young and you have the same passion as your cousin sitting right next to you, as you experiment with different sounds and styles, you create magic. I will always remember all the times we would stop jamming (him on guitar and myself on drums) and just look at each other like, wow, that was freaking awesome. We always had a chemistry and really I think it's because we just come from the same blood line as our highly talented grandfather who was a very respected drummer in the Delaware County area in Pa. As time went on and we became older, Jason really took off. His dream to open his own studio always stayed in the back of his mind through college and it motivated him and gave him the drive of the musican he is today. The thing about Jason is that he is humble. Sure, everyone wants to get paid but with Jason it's all about the music. He generally just wants to learn off of new artists and their sounds/styles and also give his feedback to them. It's all about bouncing ideas off one another in the studio, that's how the magic happens. Couldn't begin to explain the countless hours staying up listening to tracks over and over but that makes a great producer. I remember the Hobokan, NJ studio session and how accomplished we felt after just a weekend there. We really put in some work but most of all had fun whenever we made music together. Today, Jason would say he still has a lot to learn just because that's how humble he is but I would say he is at his strongest point in his career right now. With his own studio business growing and his ear for catchy music better than ever, I would encourage anyone who was looking for a producer/engineer to take the time and use this guys knowledge. He knows a lot at such a young age and I only wish I could be around more to experience the magic with him.
I began piano lessons at age 56. Steffan’s patience level was not something I had experienced with prior teachers when I trained on clarinet. He knew I was nervous and he worked with me on building confidence. His knowledge of the instrument and music theory is phenomenal. I have learned and retained so much. It has been an extremely positive experience that I hope to continue for many years.
As an older student who has been playing for thirty-plus years with very little professional instruction, I had concerns about not being able to find a guitar teacher who would be able to break me of my worn-in bad habits. It has been very easy communicating my interests and concerns with Kevin, and his wealth of knowledge of music is very apparent. His approach to teaching is very casual but still maintains direction. My instruction so far has included in-depth scale exercises across the fretboard, music theory & chord construction, popular and classic chord progressions in several genres, exercises in well-known guitar method texts, and just learning how to play a favorite old song. I am always looking forward to my weekly lesson, as does my ten-year-old daughter who has just begun her lessons with Kevin.
Ms. Marsha is a great instructor. She is knowledgeable, patient and her teaching method produces results. I highly recommend her!
Laurie did a fantastic job of breaking me out of my shell and giving me the basic tools/knowledge for singing. I was afraid of singing at all for years but I knew it was something I wanted to do. She did a fantastic job of coaching me on the basics and giving me the confidence to begin singing. Shes very willing to work with me on my original songs and was flexible with my job schedule. You can't beat the value of the lessons either. Most singing coaches charge much higher for the same amount of time. Great Value, Very Informative, and Most Importantly alot of Fun.
I offer 1/2-hour weekly lessons in my Emigsville home studio. The price is for 4 weeks of lessons. Day and evening times are available.
No two students are alike... my instruction reflects this. I tailor each lesson to the musical needs of the student, as well as the emotional needs--the source of excitement, and motivation. I teach modern music ensembles (small groups of varied styles)... I know what is needed to play with other people, skills needed to CREATE with other people...and much of my instruction addresses these disciplines. I believe that LEARNING BY DOING/PLAYING is just as beneficial to the experience of music as the "one on one" and "alone time" is...the time it takes to be conversational on their chosen instrument.
I help musicians who are looking to become a more advanced player than they already are. I work very well with students as I help run the music program for students at my local church.
I pay attention to detail and learn well from mistakes, such as to teach you exactly what you want to learn in a way that makes sense.
Not only will you be learning the study of piano, but lessons will be taught from the approach of learning music in general. These things can be taken with you to study other kinds of music or applied to the study of other instruments.
I offer beginner guitar or drum lessons for children and adults who are interested in learning an instrument.
At Teaching the Joy of Music, it is where teachers actively engage each student, where teachers continuously encourage students to overcome each challenge, and where students strive to excel in music! We offer all levels of piano, cello, and voice instructions: beginner, intermediate, and advanced. Small group classes are available for ages 3 to 8.
We help develop artist from all levels and background from beginner to advance. We provide music lessons and band services
Inspiring and Educating the future of pianists. Educated Concert Pianist Instructor.
We are a full-line music equipment dealer, with guitars, amps, drums, keyboards, and more. We install sound, video, and lighting systems. We also teach guitar, piano, bass, mandolin, ukulele, drums, voice, and most band/orchestra instruments. Our teachers are all qualified and have been with us for many years.
I do not teach tradational curriculums of learning music.I teach the students the music they want to learn.Most of my students will be playing the styles and songs they want to learn within 6-8 weeks as long as they practice at least a half hour a day.They memorize the basic concepts and practice these concepts.This will them apply to most styles of music and genres.