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Average Cost of Music Lessons in Winter Park, FL

The average cost of 60-minute music lessons in Winter Park is $61. While the exact cost will vary depending on the teacher, type of lesson, and your location, you should expect to spend anywhere between $60 and $70 per hour.

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About David L.

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Windermere, FL
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My desire to teach resonates from my past experiences. I want to guide my students, and guide them through their musical development. I want to share my story and push my students to do better and aim for excellence. More than anything, I want my students to know that they can overcome any obstacle in their way and realize their musical dreams. Whether it be big, or small.
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KJ March 31, 2019
· Guitar · In home
So far so good! My son enjoys his lessons. David is a patient teacher who is passionate about music.
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Thaddeus February 17, 2019
· Guitar · In home
David is a great teacher!
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Pascal July 14, 2018
· Guitar · In studio
David showed me great motivation on what i can do and will learn. He also gave me lots of compliments and made me feel like i've been playing guitar for a year! He gave me lots of tips and this is the teacher that makes learning fun!
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David L.

Windermere, FL 34786
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About Paul M.

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Orlando, FL
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I began taking drum lessons at a very early age and continued on and off with various teachers for the better part of twenty years. I will always be grateful to them for the knowledge and wisdom they imparted on me and for the positive influence they have had on my life, especially the ones with whom I really bonded and who were essentially mentors to me while I studied with them.

As a teacher, there is no better feeling than seeing a student make progress and knowing that you helped him or her along the way, while at the same time not taking the credit, as it is always the student who has the harder job, who must do the real work. I always feel tremendous satisfaction when a student masters a difficult rudimentary exercise for the first time, or is able to execute a challenging rhythm pattern on the drum set. The expression on their
faces often conveys pride over their achievement, and I can often sense a boost in their self-esteem. This is why I teach.

I began playing drums when I was around twelve years old, and played throughout grade school, high school and college, in school jazz bands and musical pit bands, as well as playing in many rock bands over the years. I began teaching drums shortly after graduating from college, eventually relocating to New York City, where I lived for 12 years and where I continued playing and teaching, as well as taking lessons on and off. I was very fortunate to study with Joe Morello - famous for his tenure with Dave Brubeck and especially on the classic recording "Take Five." I have also played on several recordings, toured throughout the Northeast and Midwest, and have performed at the South By Southwest music festival in Austin, Texas, the Sundance Film Festival in Utah, the Miami Music Festival, and have been overseas a few times for some European dates. Since moving to Orlando in late 2009, I played with a cover band, played drums and percussion in the orchestras for musical productions at community theaters, and currently play with a local Orlando rock band called the Cosmic Roots Collective.

To me, teaching drums is more than simply writing notes on a page of manuscript paper and having students practice and perform exercises. It is about connecting and showing them how expressing themselves musically can be one of the most fulfilling activities one can pursue. It is also about helping them really get in touch with their own sense of rhythm, the foundation of all music. When I take on new students, it is always my goal that I can help foster in them the same passion for and love of learning to play drums as the great teachers who taught me.

*** Lesson Details ***
My lesson plan will be based on the student's level and goals. If the student is a beginner, we will start off with basic hand technique, rudiments, reading, etc., before moving on to the drum set. Playing along with a metronome will also be a regular part of lessons and should be with practice as well.

At the drum set, I will give students exercises for developing coordination and independence. They will also learn to play basic beats for different music styles, e.g. rock, jazz, funk, latin, with a focus on execution, time and feel. I have a wide assortment of drum books spanning all levels from which we can work out of or use examples. I also ask my students what songs they want to learn to play on the drums so that together we can figure out the beats to them. I ultimately want them to be able to transcribe the beats to these songs themselves, as well as create their own beats.

I may also talk a little about the history of drumming and the pioneers of the instrument, and we may also listen to records and watch videos of some of the masters in action.

I also occasionally like to "jam" with my students. as I have a piano and a few guitars in my practice room and a modicum of ability on both instruments.

As far as expectations, I assume my students are taking lessons because they want to learn to play the drums. And, as with any learning endeavor, practicing is very important. That said, I won't demand they practice a certain number of hours per week, as they need to decide how much time they have or are willing to put into it, and I expect this will vary from student to student. I realize that everyone has his or her own aptitudes and situations, so we can work together to determine the appropriate pace and amount of material to cover per week. However, if it appears to me that the student has not practiced the lesson, or is not putting in the time necessary to make progress, I will politely point it out and ask how I can help.

I am laid back and very patient. I never want my students to feel pressured or anxious about coming to lessons; I always strive to create a comfortable and relaxed environment in which they can learn and have fun at the same time.

*** Studio Equipment ***
A designated music room with an electronic drum set (Roland V Drums), digital piano, and a couple of guitars and amplifiers

*** Travel Equipment ***
I can bring a practice pad or snare drum and sticks to the first lesson, if he or she is a beginner, although I prefer them to have these already if possible. After that, I expect the student to buy sticks, a pad and if necessary a stand to mount it, a metronome, music manuscript paper, and have a comfortable seat to sit on, if not a drum stool. If they are at the intermediate level and/or have already started on the drum set, then they need to have their own set in their home.

*** Specialties ***
Basic hand technique for beginners, eventually incorporating an extra limb, usually the bass drum first.

Rock and basic funk, jazz, and latin. Also basic musical notation. Ultimately, I would like the student to be able to transcribe the beats from some of their favorite songs, as well as write their own!
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Brooke H. October 4, 2017
· Drum · In home
Paul is warm kind easy going professional and a terrific teacher! My teenage daughter had her first drum lesson and went great. Send your kids (or yourself) to him!
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James H. August 5, 2017
· Drum · In studio
Great guy - very knowledgeable but not at all intimidating ! - great fun !!
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Christopher L. April 21, 2016
· Drum · In home
I came home to find my 11 year old happy and saying that Paul did a great job!
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Paul M.

Orlando, FL 32839
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$40 / 30-min

About Monica W.

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Orlando, FL

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***Prospective students, please note: My availability is very limited as I have a full studio of students! Please check my availability calendar before signing up for lessons. Thanks!***

My first priority is instilling a love for the arts into any student I teach. No matter what the skill level is, I want my students to love music and learning. I believe in setting the students up for success while also challenging them to be their best.
My experience as a classroom teacher is useful in helping me understand different types of students and cater to their individual needs and learning styles. I have experience teaching both private piano and voice, as well as experience in putting together recitals and stage shows. I have a degree in music from the University of Central Florida, which has allowed me to receive diverse ty
pes of musical education as well as hands-on experience in teaching methods.
A student of mine will not only learn techniques specific to their instrument, but also a more broad range of music theory and performance knowledge which will apply to any other musical endeavor they may wish to pursue.

*** Lesson Details ***
I offer a relaxed environment where students will be given new challenges and information without feeling pressured or stressed out. I want to make learning fun while also giving them a firm grasp on the techniques and practices. I use a variety of music books and series such as Piano Adventures, but I also like to find out what type of music the student is interested in playing and cater the curriculum to their needs.
After the first set of piano lessons, most of my students will know the basics of reading music/music theory and basic practice techniques. After a few months, they will be able to read and play a piece of music on their own. Depending on the level of skill and hard work, students can progress quickly and they will love showing off their new skills to their friends and families.
In voice lessons, students have an opportunity to focus on their personal goals while being guided toward healthy singing habits and optimal tone. Students can work with me to choose their own repertoire, and we use primarily karaoke tracks so that I can focus on the vocals and pinpoint problematic areas.
Performance opportunities and recitals are given at least semi-annually, so that students can be given a chance to show off their new skills! Our annual formal recital is also a benefit to raise money for various children's charities. We also have a studio channel where student performances are posted regularly!

*** Travel Equipment ***
I can provide a keyboard if necessary for the first lesson, but all piano students will be expected to own their own keyboard or piano within the first month of lessons. I buy method books for students and expect reimbursement, but this is a minimal expense. I provide many pieces of sheet music, folders, and additional teaching materials free of charge.

*** Specialties ***
"Head voice" singing for children, sight reading practices for piano, Broadway singing and performance, opera singing and performance
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Jimena A. March 10, 2019
· Singing · In studio
She is very nice teacher , is great explaing techniques, and wonderful with great patience with the kids.
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Ruby August 7, 2018
· Vocal Training · In studio
Amazing Vocal coach! Thank you Monica!
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Ruby O. August 3, 2018
· Vocal Training · In home
awesome experience!
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Monica W.

Orlando, FL 32825
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$25 / 30-min

About Lily L.

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Orlando, FL

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Hello!

I am a 2014 graduate of the University of Central Florida with a Bachelor of Science degree in Early Childhood Development and Education. I have completed 2 internships, both in 1st grade, then taught Kindergarten in Seminole county Schools for one year and have since discovered my love for teaching in one-on-one situations. I believe that building relationships is an important and integral part of effective teaching, and the learning stems from that.

I have a passion for music, and have been playing flute since 2003, piano since 1998, and ukulele since 2011. I have also played guitar off an on for the past 10 years.

**FLUTE**

I played the flute throughout middle and high school, and I continue playing for weddings, holiday performances, church functions, etc. to this day. I have consistently auditioned for All-County
performances all throughout middle and high school with flute, and have received top positions.

**PIANO**

I have been playing piano since 1998, taken piano lessons for 7 years, and performed in several recitals. Now I mostly play for fun. My favorite piano songs to play are TV, Movie, and Video Game themes!

**UKULELE/GUITAR**

I have taught myself guitar and ukulele and have performed in a few festivals and coffee shops around Orlando. When I was teaching, I often brought my instruments with me to play for my kindergarten class!

I write music as well with my twin sister - we enjoy writing electronic/indie/pop music together.

I've also enjoyed venturing into the world of graphic design, and since Fall 2015, have been running my own tiny little design business with a few clients here and there. I've taught myself how to use adobe photoshop and illustrator to create social media graphics, logos, flyers, and t-shirt designs.

I currently work from home doing graphic design as well as teaching music lessons.

**LOCATION**

I am located in College Park near downtown Orlando.

**TEACHING STYLE**

My teaching style is laidback and casual in nature. I believe the most productive learning comes through relationships, trust, and fun! My philosophy is to focus on you. What kind of music do you enjoy and what do you need to get the most out of your lessons? I strive in cozy, safe feeling environments and hope to create a welcoming space for our lesson time. (Check out my pictures to see my lesson space!)

I see myself as a facilitator - I will teach you the foundations of your chosen instrument and what you need to know I will be by your side to encourage and help you. But... you will put in most of the work! You get out of lessons what you put into them - for this reason I highly encourage daily practice! Even if it is just 5-10 minutes a day.

I also hold a recital once or twice a year so that you have the opportunity to perform and show off your skill and everything you have learned.

**LESSON DETAILS**

Piano lessons will be held in my home in Orlando (college park). I do require a purchase of a piano book depending on your skill level (about $5-10 on amazon), and notebook in order for me to write down what to practice for the following week. If I am traveling to you, you will need to have a piano or keyboard available for lessons.

Flute lessons will be held in my house in Orlando or online (via TakLessons Classroom, FaceTime, Google Hangouts, or Skype). You will need to have your own flute for lessons and practice. I will also have you purchase a fairly cheap lesson book on amazon (book will be depending on your skill level) and suggest having a notebook so I can write down what you need to practice for the following week.

Ukulele lessons will be held in my house or online (via TakeLessons Classroom, FaceTime, Google Hangouts, or Skype). You will need to have your own instrument available for lessons and practice. I do require purchase of lesson books that you can get fairly cheap on amazon. I also suggest having a notebook in order for me to write down what to practice for the following week.

**CANCELLATION POLICIES**

I require 24 hours notice if you need to cancel a lesson (with the exception of illness). Otherwise, you will be charged the regular lesson fee.

**MORE ABOUT ME!**
Some of my hobbies include writing/playing music, graphic design, traveling, hiking, camping, writing, painting, gardening.

I love my cat, my husband, coffee, food, Netflix, relaxing at home, going on crazy adventures, the beach, the mountains, and tacos!
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harish March 27, 2019
· Flute · Online
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Paul January 28, 2019
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i just signed up she looks fun
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Bill January 19, 2019
· Ukulele · In studio
My first lesson. Lily was very helpful on hiw to get started
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Lily L.

Orlando, FL 32804
(18)
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$25 / 30-min

About Rosely P.

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Clermont, FL

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PIANO TEACHER/TUTOR BIO:

I was born in Sao Paulo, Brazil and emigrated with my family to the United States, moving to Brooklyn in 1962 at the age of 9. I began my piano training in Brazil at the age of 7 and continued my studies in New York. I speak three languages fluently - English, Portuguese and Spanish.

While continuing piano lessons at the Long Island Conservatory of Music, I found my passion for teaching while still a student. During my early teaching career, I apprenticed with the conservatory's director, master teacher, composer and author of educational books, Sidney J. Lawrence. While shaping my philosophy of teaching, Mr. Lawrence became my mentor and friend. I taught 3-4 year olds in preschool music pedagogy classes while also teaching piano in a career that spans more than 40 years of working with children and a
dults at all levels.

I am able to adapt my teaching style to my students' unique way of thinking and communicate musical concepts in a way they can understand. I believe in not only teaching how to play the piano, but also the "language of music." This provides students with a holistic understanding that encompasses theory, technique, sight reading, basic composition, and performance, all while sharing my personal joy of music.

I am currently living in Clermont, FL and am specializing in teaching teens and adults. I feel that high expectations for my students encourages them to reach for the best of themselves, achieve the highest standards and carry their musical training into their future lives.
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Yesenia January 4, 2017
· Piano · In studio
Rosely is the most patient teacher I have ever had. She listens and takes into consideration what your goals are and helps you to accomplsh them. I waited a long time to find the right piano teacher and I knew instantly she was the one!
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Emily January 3, 2017
· Classical Piano · In studio
My children started lessons with Ms. Rosely when they were 5yrs. and 9yrs. old. They've been with her for almost a year and a half now, and love the piano! Her teaching style, relaxed but disciplined nature, and love of music, have been incredibly infectious. They look forward to each lesson, and love performing at the recitals she plans twice a year. We couldn't be prouder of their progress, and happier with their teacher and the experience she provides! Thank you Ms. Rosely!
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Jaison March 16, 2016
· Piano · In studio
Although, we've only experienced one lesson, Ms. Rosely seems great. She reviewed her expectations and was very knowledgeable and friendly. She had our son on the piano within minutes. I look forward to moving forward with her.
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Rosely P.

Clermont, FL 34711
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About Austin K.

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Deltona, FL

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Austin has been teaching private lessons since 2012. Austin has helped students find passion in music, prepare for performances, complete classes, and overcome stage fright. He also has taught several people with autism, helping them find a path that is suited for them. Allowing them to thrive in the subject.

Austin took private piano lessons in 2007 - 2009 with a professor from Stetson University. Austin was also mentored in guitar with several instructors over the course of 2 years. As an expert in his field, Austin looks forward to helping new students achieve their goals. Austin's goal is to create an environment that is personable, fun, informative and energetic!
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Eva September 30, 2018
· Ukulele · Online
He helped me learn the basic skills so I could move on to learn more by myself .
Thank you Austin
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Lukas September 9, 2018
· Ukulele · Online
Good lesson plan and was really encouraging.
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Eva September 2, 2018
· Ukulele · Online
Patient with my son, knows a lot, always well prepared for lessons.
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Austin K.

Deltona, FL 32738
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$20 / 30-min

About Stephanie H.

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Sanford, FL

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Music is my passion. Ever since I have started teaching, I have discovered that I love sharing that passion with others through teaching. I have an Associate in Arts in Music Education from Seminole State College and am currently pursuing my Bachelor of Arts in Music Education from Rollins College where I will graduate Fall of 2019. I have received training on voice and piano performance and Pedagogy during my time there. I began teaching lessons in the fall of 2016 and started teaching from a studio in Sanford, Florida in January, 2017. I have fallen more in love with teaching since then and am looking to expand my own private studio.
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Marie May 13, 2019
· Piano · In home
Stephanie is a great instructor! She is very knowledgable, professional and patient with her students. She takes the extra time to ensure my son understands what she is teaching him. She is very flexible and communicates with me.

She provides a positive environment and I look forward to starting my other children with her as they get older.
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Hailey G. April 15, 2019
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I am a colleague of Stephanie. I am impressed with her work ethic and love and care for people. She is constantly striving to learn more and find a way to make the information she learns accessible to her students. I have watched her perform on multiple occasions. She is emotionally engaging and musically proficient. I would recommend her to any student looking to grow as a musician. She will not disappoint!
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Tonie May 31, 2018
· Piano · In home
Stephanie worked with my 10-year-old daughter for 1 school year. She was very calm and able to explain things to my daughter in a way that she was able to improve. Also, Stephanie focused on teaching proper form and retrained my daughter to read music and learn appropriate timing. I did not realize it, but she did not learn these things from her previous teacher. We stopped lessons after 1 year because of my daughters' ballet schedule but had we continued we would have stayed with Stephanie. Based on a parent perspective, Stephanie always returned my calls/texts in a timely manner and communicated clearly in the event of any schedule changes. Also, she answered any questions I had about my daughter's progress thoroughly. She was a very professional young person and I recommend her wholeheartedly.
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Stephanie H.

Sanford, FL 32771
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$25 / 30-min

About Austin A.

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Austin Ashe graduated magna cum laude from the University of Central Florida with degrees in Philosophy and Music. With over ten years of experience in music, Austin has appeared in many solo performances.

His primary teachers have included internationally recognized virtuoso Laurent Boukobza and Joshua Herrington (Director of Music for the New Song Church in Las Vegas, Nevada). Austin has also privately studied composition and music theory with renowned composer Christopher Marshall.

Austin believes passionately that the study and appreciation of music is for everyone. Piano is not only an indispensable resource for any instrumentalist or composer, but a lifelong skill that encourages an endless love of music.
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Austin A.

Orlando, FL 32812
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$25 / 30-min

About Jason B.

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Orlando, FL

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I am a singer, accompanist, and music director. My main job is to help the students and actors I work with tell their story through song in a healthy, repeatable way. While I mainly focus on musical theatre, I can also help with pop and rock styles as well. Let me help you tell your story.
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Jason B.

Orlando, FL 32816
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$34 / 30-min

About Fadi Z.

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Oviedo, FL

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Hi my name is Fadi, I am a Full Sail University graduate with a bachelor's of science in Music Production. I have been playing guitar for over 6 years now and it is the thing I enjoy most in life. I would like to help you start your journey in becoming a great guitarist or singer who can jam with anybody. I will implement the same learning techniques that I was taught with as well as new ones I have learnt myself. I believe I can help you fast track your way into playing music, and with my help and a good work ethic there's no stopping you !
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Fadi Z.

Oviedo, FL 32765
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