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All of my music training has been in the university or at a conservatory, so if you need help with theory, I certainly have the qualifications. I am great at teaching beginners as well who have never read music before.
As a music major--with subsequent professional jazz, composition and songwriting experience--I feel confident to teach you music theory from any of a variety of angles, including: music reading basics (notation, rhythm and playing on piano), understanding chords/keys/scales (intermediate level) and writing/arranging/playing/improvising with this knowledge as your foundation (intermediate to advanced). I can help you prepare for exams (including Trinity, high school and college) as well.
David is a freelance horn player, teacher, and coffee fanatic. When not playing or teaching, you can find him in Baltimore gardening and drinking tea with his fiancee and two cats.
Less is more. David’s approach to music stems from the Pareto Principle, or 80/20 rule, which states that 80% or results come from 20% of the work. By focussing only on musical ideas it is possible to achieve excellent technique and sound. If it sounds good, it is good.
David has appeared in performances with the Fairfax Symphony, Maryland Choral Society, Manassass Ballet Theater Orchestra, Rob Kapilow's "What Makes it Great?" Series, American Festival Pops Orchestra and the McClean Orchestra. David has been working with horn and trumpet players for over a decade and is a graduate of The Peabody Conservatory and George Mason University.
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