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Toni G. Boise, ID

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*** Travel Equipment *** I will provide a metronome. Students will need to provide a piano and the necessary books and materials. *** Specialties *** I teach a comprehensive piano method which incorporates technique, performance, theory, and ear training.

Grace L. Nampa, ID

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Here is some information about me: My name is Grace L., I am 26 years old. I have been married for 6 years, going on 7 in April to a wonderful husband, John L. We are expecting a girl, we're calling her Faith, any day now!!! We moved here to Idaho in February of 2010 from Las Vegas, Nevada, and fell in love with the place we now call home, and recently moved to Nampa where we hope to build a future. I decided to attend Boise State University to make sure that the education I give to your child is backed by good knowledge and training. I am to graduate with a Bachelors in Music in 2015. I began to teach violin at the age of 16, and during the past 10 years, I have learned much about different teaching methods, and have developed my own in an effort to make sure that I give your ...

Jennifer S. Boise, ID

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As a classically trained musician, I focus on traditional methods of teaching while embracing technology of the twenty-first century. I concentrate on fundamentals,“ tone production, scales, and technique“ with all of my students in order to lay a solid foundation for solo and ensemble repertoire. Students can expect to work on scales, finger exercises, etudes, and solo pieces on a weekly basis. Because each student is unique, I tailor my practice requirements and expectations to each player according to age, ability, and goals. I offer lessons at various times throughout the week for flutists of all levels at either 30 or 60 minute intervals. I can'™t wait to hear from you!

Joshua H. Boise, ID

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Hi! My name is Josh. I'm a student at BSU right now, studying piano with Dr. Del Parkinson, working toward my music performance degree with the French horn. However, I'm advanced at the piano and have been playing piano for almost my whole life, since I was 6. I really enjoy teaching little kids and enjoy teaching more advanced individuals as well. Last year, I taught a 5-year old named Zack, my 10-year old sister, and her best friend, Katie, who is 11. I also gave informal lessons to a freshman in high school. My professional piano background is like this. I started accompanying when I was in 6th grade with the homeschool Christmas plays that my mom would write. My senior year, I accompanied my high school choir on a song here and there and also accompanied the Cascade Community ...

Jennifer M. Boise, ID

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Jennifer began studying flute with Eleanor Tibblas-Pennington at the age of eight. These studies continued at the University of Redlands, then on to the Talent Education Institute of Matsumoto, Japan where she earned a Teacher's Certificate with Toshio Takahashi and at Boise State University where she earned a Bachelor's of Music in Performance with Dr. Nicole Molumby. She has served as director for various summer institutes, guest taught at a variety of schools, clinics, and private studios throughout the west, has served as judge at a variety of competitions, has had the pleasure of collaboration with other musicians and practitioners of many other performing arts. She believes that music is for everyone, and uses movement based activities and science based learning research ...

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