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- Iniabasi I.
Kaycie provides great attention to detail, teaching the basics but also curating lessons to stylistically fit my goals! Awesome to work with no wasted motion or filler !!Mar 16, 2020Verified
- Jace M.
Our first meeting with Kaycie was great. She has a wonderful personality, a natural charm and warmth. My daughter bonded with her easily. I am excited for the future!Feb 23, 2021Verified
- Paisley C.
Kaycie has been teaching my daughter, now 11, for about a year or so. She's a great guitar teacher--she makes learning music fun. The kid learns her chords and guitar technique and whatnot, AND she has fun while doing it. She always looks forward to her time with Kaycie. She had her in person and now on Zoom and there actually doesn't seem to be any difference in the quality of the one-on-one instruction.Oct 4, 2020
- Lisa Jean M.
My daughter (11) has been taking lessons since she was 9 from Kaycie and her musicianship has grown as well as her dedication to the guitar. Kaycie is warm, kind, creative and motivated. She really inspires my daughter.Oct 1, 2020
- Dustin T.
Kaycie has a talent for teaching. Giving you everything you need to keep the passion for learning going.Sep 4, 2020
- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?I use an hourly rate. I have found that this is most fair for my clients and myself. I also offer 25 and 45-minute lessons, which are priced accordingly!
- What is your typical process for working with a new customer?I like to open a candid and honest line of communication between myself and the potential client where we lay out expectations of each other. This is a great time to see if I can offer what the client is looking for! This is where I ask lots of questions, speak on my abilities and specialties and go over logistics, such as my cancellation policy. Do you have equipment? Is food provided? What kind of music are you looking for? Can I set out a tip jar? Etc.
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?I hold a BM in Commercial Music from Belmont University! At Belmont, I sang with Chamber Singers, a classical group, and Jazzmin, the Downbeat Award-Winning jazz vocal ensemble. I worked at a hotel for four months after graduation, where I learned an immense amount of repertoire! I have been teaching lessons for five years.