I teach all levels of flute in a fun, no pressure environment! I make sure my students are learning while enjoying the music they are playing. I like to use several popular method books, as well as bring in some fun song books and sheet music, which I choose specifically for each student.
Children won't learn to play an instrument if they quit their lessons, so give them lessons they don't want to quit! Music lessons made fun! Dayle Music: Private Piano, Sax, Flute, and Clarinet lessons for all ages (3 and up) and skill levels, special preschool and senior citizen lessons. Morning/Daytime lessons are discounted, comfortable waiting area for parents, adjacent playroom so siblings are invited to play during lessons! I am an award winning, Pi Kappa Lambda honoree, summa cum laude graduate of Syracuse University's school of Visual and Performing Arts-Setnor School of Music, where I received a four-year music director's talent scholarship. I am classically trained and perform all styles of music, from classical to jazz to pop. I play saxophone, flute, clarinet, ...
Beginner through intermediate. Band, orchestra or soloist techniques.
Samantha started taking piano lessons at age 3 from her mother, who was also a music teacher. She played piano continuously through school, and also learned to play clarinet, guitar, flute, trumpet and sax, often playing different instruments in her school's band. She also learned the violin and cello all before graduating high school and starting college. While still in HIgh School, she started teaching young beginners in her mothers studio. She attended Pensacola Christian College in Florida, majoring in Piano Performance, under the watchful eye of Mr. Daniel Nagy from Brazil. She transferred to Clearwater Christian College, Tampa, FL, her Junior year to study with Dr. Craig Ralston, graduating with a Bachelor of Science in Music. After graduation she took a position at
I've been playing and loving music for well more than half a century, now. I got started in second grade when my grandpa brought home a little violin one day, and I've been at it ever since. I was fortunate to take lessons for more than ten years with Carita Page, a teacher who was very warm, encouraging, and caring. I do my best to pass that on to my students in addition to the technique of playing and the theory of music, fascinating as those are. I feel that playing in groups is very valuable experience for students and gives you a side of music that private lessons alone cannot. I encourage students to look for opportunities to do that. To help provide those opportunities I organized the Cranbury Scout Band, one of very few continuously-operating Scout bands in the country, ...
will encourage you to become the best musician you would like to become, and l will tailor my teaching to your learning style. Whether you are taking lessons for fun or are disciplined and serious, you will be continuously improving while feeling challenged.
Why and how did I get into taking harp lessons? Well, as a young girl, I remember being mystified by the harp in Fantasia and when I was in high school, my dad found a teacher. After the first lesson, I was hooked and the rest is history! My 10 years of piano study and 8 years of flute background helped me advance quickly at the harp while starting at the age of 16. I began my higher education at Penn State University where I entered as a flute major because I was not quite at the advanced level of harp that was required at the college level. However, after playing principal harp with the Penn State Philharmonic Orchestra and Symphonic Wind Ensemble, I realized harp to be my true calling and switched my major instrument. I graduated from Penn State in 2009 with a BA Music degree and ...
Learn to play flute. I hold a BA in Music from Rutgers University and am a faculty instructor at the Philadelphia Clef Club Jazz Institute on Avenue of the Arts. I am a classical flautist and play and teach all of the flutes of the flute family. I teach all levels of students beginner to advance the fundamental technique and musicianship.
I hold a BA in Music from Rutgers University. I am classical symphonic composer, flautist, and jazz improvisation flautist. I play and teach all of the flutes of the flute family bass, alto, concert flute and piccolo. I am a faculty instructor and guest conductor to the Universal Community Engagement Program at the Philadelphia Clef Club Jazz Institute on Avenue of the Arts. I teach classical technique and mechanics as well as different styles of music. I am the only woman to play solo wind instrument in the underground music scene in Philadelphia in all genres of music, jazz, r&b, rock, folk, blues and hip-hop. I teach an all encompassing method of classical music technique and mechanics, while making the art of music joyful, engaging, and fun.
I took eight years of private lessons on flute. I performed throughout highschool. I have had two private voice students of my own and enjoy teaching beginning students up to intermediate.
I hold my bachelors in vocal performance and my masters in music education both from the University of the Arts. I have been extensively trained in vocal technique in classical, musical theatre, and jazz singing. I have taught group classes in ear training and music theory. At the moment my singing career consists of singing with the professional group Vox Amadeus doing renaissance and baroque music. We perform at the Kimmel Center and around the Philadelphia area. My main focus as a teacher will be to improve overall vocal technique and develop good singing habits. I love working on new repertoire with students and finessing repertoire already in progress. I have experience teaching students ages 5+ and welcome any age group or level. I believe music should be in all of our lives
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