A Higher Note LLC Piano, Guitar, and Bass Lessons
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Loved my first lesson. Super sweet, and got a lot of information in my hour lesson.Dec 16, 2019Verified
Natalie is extremely patient. She keeps lessons fun and engaging. She had helpful ideas to reward students for practicing and genuinely seems to enjoy teaching.Oct 3, 2019
Natalie is so patient with beginning students and is so encouraging. Kairi has really enjoyed her lessons and looks forward to them.Apr 28, 2019A Higher Note LLC Piano, Guitar, and Bass Lessons's reply
Kairi has been a pleasure to get to know as a kid and as a student. And you and George are fantastic grandparents, encouraging her and helping her find the discipline and talent she has inside.
My son is on the autism spectrum and has ADHD. Natalie has been incredible patient and understanding with his focus and excitability. We truly appreciate her work and have definitely seen his skills improve.Oct 18, 2019
Natalie was and is a wonderful teacher. She has been so great with our son , and is very patient with him. He always leaves smiling because of what he was able to accomplish with Natalie.May 5, 2019A Higher Note LLC Piano, Guitar, and Bass Lessons's reply
Thanks, Aaron. Tyler is a really fun, playful kid and a good student who practices consistently, pushing through attention-span challenges. And y’all are excellent at being involved, encouraging parents. It’s a pleasure to work with you all as a family and Tyler as a student
- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?In-person/in-studio lessons: 90 minutes - $90 60 minutes - $60 45 minutes - $45 30 minutes - $30 Internet lessons: 90 minutes - $95 60 minutes - $65 45 minutes - $50 30 minutes - $35
- What is your typical process for working with a new customer?After a new student or student's parent contacts me and we agree upon a lesson day and time, I send them an email with complete instructions, including 1. What happens next 2. Registration instructions for student (and parent/guardian, where applicable) 3. Payment instructions 4. As applicable, either directions to my home-studio or requirements/instructions for logging in for internet lessons 5. Required forms, which must be completed and returned to me before the first lesson.
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?Above, I wrote a bit about my love for and stories about playing guitar and piano. You might start there for a brief, but fuller description of my relationships to these instruments. I have played guitar for 30 years, since my freshman year in college. I took a folk guitar class at UT/Austin, so I could join the worship team at my church's college class, and never looked back. After taking several years of piano as an elementary-school student, I quit and only dabbled for about fifteen years. In my twenties, I returned to the piano to explore whether I could use the basic chord structures I understood to worship personally and to lead worship. That turned out to be extremely enjoyable and successful for my needs, so I kept with it, attending theory classes, reading theory books, and working through adult method courses. I've played what I'd call "rhythm piano" for about 25 years since then. I've played rhythm guitar or piano and sang lead and BGV in many adult worship bands, youth worship bands, at large and small conferences, around a ton of campfires, at a few dude ranches, and as solo worship leader and/or performer in many churches and other settings.