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I was looking for a new piano instructor for my 5 year old son. Nicole exceeded my expectations. She is very upbeat and positive!
As an adult beginner on the cello, I really appreciate that Mr. Mooney has been giving me great insights and thoughtful feedback to help me progress. I can't imagine anyone could find a more patient instructor to build a solid foundation with.
Andres has been my daughter's teacher for the past year. She's learned so much and has gotten to be a wonderful cello player. She's in advance orchestra this year. So looking forward to many more lessons.
We assess and understand all the different ways our clients learn best and tailor our classes to those needs.
I am working towards my master's degree in Cello Performance at Southern Methodist University.
I teach from the the viewpoint of what, and how my student's feel. I let them know, especially beginners, how it was, I felt, and how I overcame the challenges I faced learning to play. I always speak to them at their level, reminding them I understand what they are going through. Putting my students at ease!
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Great Cello instructor! My son is learning a lot already!
Janice is a very talented, patient, and flexible instructor. Definitely, an expert in her field. I would recommend Janice to any one, from a new cello student to the advanced. Also very kind, never demanding or overbearing. However her love for the cello, its strength and beauty, encourages you to push yourself. Bravo Janice, I find you a delight to work with!
I have been very happy with my interactions with them. From the quick responses, to information and scheduling. Setting up piano lessons has been muchuvh easier than I thought it would be. Looking forward to a wonderf semester!
Theresa primarily works with students of all ages and backgrounds. This includes adults and professionals who are interested in either learning or honing their musical skills for personal or professional reasons. Students have included doctors, attorneys, IT professionals and retirees as well as high school students bound for college and wish to perfect their audition skills. All level of skills from beginners to advanced students are welcome. Curriculum is based on the needs of the student. Each one is reviewed for their approach and desired direction.
I teach cello to any student who is willing to practice and learn. If you have any questions, don't hesitate to call me for details.
I've taken piano lessons with Bob for seven years now, and it has been an excellent experience. He tailors the lessons and the training approach to the individual, rather than applying a "one size fits all" approach. He has been extremely accommodating of my schedule, and rapidly responds to questions I have regarding material we've covered. I highly recommend him.
I have a lot of experience to teach children, teenagers and adults. This is my bio as below. Cellist Jinsun Choi is a Doctor of Musical Arts candidate at the University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music studying with Professor Lee Fiser. He received his Master of Music Degree from the Manhattan School of Music with Marion Feldman and his Bachelor of Music degree at the Korea National University of Arts where he studied with Sang Min Park. Choi has received multiple awards and prizes including first prize at the Fuchs Chamber Music Competition at the Manhattan School of Music two consecutive years in a row. He was the first prize winner of the Nationwide Music Competition hosted by Sungshin Women’s University, the PONE Music Competition, Suwon University Music Competition and second prize in the CBS Nationwide Music Competition. He has played in various orchestras including the Urasian Philharmonic, Ditto Orchestra, Kyung-Gi Symphony Orchestra, Won-Ju Symphony Orchestra, and the Korean Headquarter Army Band for which he was the principle cellist in 2008-2009. An active performer, Jinsun has performed around Asia, the United States and Europe. Festivals include the Tongyeong Music Festival, Atlantic Music Festival in Maine, Great Mountain Music Festival in South Korea and the Euro Music Festival in Leipzig, Germany.
My students develop a solid foundation. Many teachers aim for students to "have fun" but I aim to have students see the importance of hard work and learn to enjoy the musical process. Many students may say they have more fun because they are just able to attempt more interesting musical activities due to their competency with foundational exercises. My students also get experience with pop and rock music. We live in a time when cellists should not, and in some cases can not limit themselves to classical music, so I try to facilitate an environment where students get opportunities to play amplified cello, and so on.