Weymouth, MA Flute Lessons
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You've always wanted to play the flute; now's your chance! Learn all the tips to finding your sound in the instrument. We will play in all keys and styles to suit your interests and help your love of music grow!
My lessons are custom-oriented to your goals. You will learn confidence in your abilities to perform well and have fun. I will train your mental toolkit, while steering you toward the digital and real-world tools you need to achieve musical success.
Working towards clearly defined goals in a low-pressure, focused environment, my students reach their maximum potential quickly and with confidence. With my expertise and your dedication, we'll have fun and you'll come away from each lesson with something new to work on.
You already enjoy listening to music, now it's time to enjoy making it!
I've appeared on recordings with dozens of rock, pop, jazz, and classical groups, and perform on a variety of instruments and styles throughout the Boston area.
I listen to and play all kinds of music fro
I've played acoustic and electric guitar, bass guitar, trumpet, trombone, tuba, French horn, violin, cello, and string bass drums. Some of my favorite recent projects have been:
-Quilty (Pavement-style hard rock band)
-The Nevermind Orchestra (brass band that covers Nirvana tunes)
-Chill Sons (my own band for which I write songs, play guitar, and sing)
-Manhattan Symphonie (an entertaining symphony orchestra featuring soloists on piano, violin, saw, urdu, and tap shoes)
It is a treat to share music with others, and my lessons are fun, challenging, and engaging.
Thanks for stopping by to look at my profile! Let's hang out and do music things.
· Saxophone · Online
· Saxophone · In home
· Guitar · In home
We will work from the bottom up, starting with proper breathing and warm up exercises.
Scale work and technical drills are made fun through games and other means to keep things interesting :)
Repertoire work will be chosen according to experience level after basic assessment, we can work together to find something you enjoy playing.
Basic theory and music history will be addressed naturally as we work through new pieces!
I am more than happy to work on any other music you are currently playing for school or other ensembles.
Let's have fun and work hard!
I received a Bachelor's in Music Education and Performance from Drake University in Flute and Piano. Currently pursuing a Master's in Music Therapy.
At Drake, I received a musical scholarship covering 80% of my tuition costs.
I was also honored to sit as Principal Flute in both the Drake Symphony Orchestra and the Drake Wind Symphony, the top performing groups at the University.
I started to play the flute and piano in second grade, and
my love and passion for music have only grown and matured since then.
I enjoy sharing what I've learned, and learning from my students as well.
I am excited and thrilled by the opportunity to work with you!
· Piano · In home
· Piano · In studio
· Piano · In home
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I have been playing various woodwind instruments for almost my entire life. I focus on tone, intonation (staying in tune), and the confidence needed to be a strong melodic player.
Education from Boston University, I have been playing for almost 30
years and teaching private lessons for 15+, I am a Professional
Instructor that has the ability and resources to teach several styles
ranging from Rock to Classical to Jazz to Country to Metal. In other
words, anything you want to learn I can teach you or your child using the songs and exercises necessary to help you become a real musician.
*** Lesson Details ***
The lessons are tailored to you and your wants as a musician. Whether
you have an electric, acoustic, or classical guitar, along with various method books, I have the music,
print outs, and instructional material to make sure you progress as you
The lessons will help you learn to play guitar through chord diagrams,
theory, charts, examples, and exercises, as well as anything you hear on
*** Studio Equipment ***
I have a lot of guitars, amps, pedals, woodwind instruments, keyboards, and recording equipment. Instruments everywhere!
*** Travel Equipment ***
The students should have their own instrument and method book. Other that that, I provide all other handouts and supplemental material and handouts.
*** Specialties ***
I work the most in rock, bluegrass, country, contemporary, and jazz styles.
· Piano ·
· Banjo · In studio
· Clarinet · In home
Instruction for fundamentals and techniques of flute as a primary instrument (or doubling instrument) in both classical and jazz styles.
My name is Stephanie, I am a teaching-artist from El Paso, Texas. I currently reside, perform and teach in the Boston and greater Boston area.
I am a recent graduate of The New England Conservatory of Music with my Masters in Saxophone Performance. I received my Bacherlors in Music Education from New Mexico State University.
“A teaching artist, by definition, is a two-career professional: a working artist and a working educator. As a working artist is they are involved in an ongoing process of discovery, problem solving, discipline and refinement of skills in their discipline. As a working educator, it is essential that the artist is also developing a knowledge base and skills to be an effective partner in education. Achieving a meaningful balance between these two professions, whereby one
I am devoted and dedicated to helping find each of my students strengths, weaknesses and style of learning. Once I have identified these traits, I am able to develop lessons and repertoire that helps each students become the most efficient learner and best musician they can be.
I pride myself in creating a fun and safe learning environment in which I establish a firm musical foundation for my students. Lessons include: scales, etudes, articulation, dynamic and sight reading exercises, standard saxophone repertoire, recording and analyzing performances, saxophone/music history lessons, and exploration of the sounds, genres and artists of the saxophone.
Simultaneously, my students cultivate many other skills while learning how to play saxophone. Students enhance their fine motor skills and ability to memorize, students increase their overall self-confidence and become self-sufficient and creative problem solvers. I am passionate about educating and empowering my students and I enjoy connecting with a wide array of musicians of all ages, playing levels and backgrounds.
Feel free to contact me to inquire about lessons, I hope to hear from you soon!
· Saxophone · Online
· Saxophone · In studio
· Audition Prep · In studio
Flute lessons from a kind, encouraging, and dedicated teacher. All ages and abilities welcome!
Jessica is an active flutist residing in Somerville, MA. She holds a master's degree in flute performance from Ithaca College and a bachelor's degree in flute performance from Eastern Michigan University.
Throughout her career, Jessica has been honored with music recognitions including: 2015 grant recipient from the Community Arts Partnership of Tompkins County, winner of the 2010 Willi
When not making music and teaching, Jessica enjoys spending time with her husband and her small pups, Lyla and Luna. She enjoys crafting, hiking, reading, and discovering.
With over ten years of experience, teaching is one of Jessica's greatest passions as a musician. She believes that private lessons are one of the best ways to enrich the learning of music. Her lessons provide a completely individualized session focused on expression, confidence, technique, and an overall love of music.
Jessica offers lessons for all ages and abilities in 30-min, 45-min, or 60-min lessons. Please contact Jessica for rates and scheduling.
· Flute · In home
· Flute · In home
· Flute · In studio
Must provide own flute -- I am willing to help find a beginner instrument.
Beginner flutists will learn to read music, and begin by learning the parts of the instrument, and the fundamentals of breathing and posture, with simple songs soon to follow.
Intermediate flutists will expand their repertoire and technique, and begin work on important orchestral excerpts and solos, with an eye towards competition. Piccolo may be explored at this point, if the player is interested.
Advanced flutists will continue to polish technique and expanding their repertoire, with a focus towards audition preparation and competition. Further piccolo work or alto/bass flute may be explored at this point.
For information regarding my approach to instruction of a specific subject, please click on the name of the subject listed above for a full description.
N.B. I own a dog, so for those with allergies, it might be best to meet in your own home.
· Piano · In home
· Sewing · In studio
· Crocheting · In home
We will focus on sound development first and solidify a good base for flute sound production. We will work on reading music, playing a variety of styles, and developing fluency on the instrument. Some time will also be spent on ear training to help mature the ear, and develop a comfortable relationship with the flute.
Whether you're starting up on the flute in school or on your own, getting the fundamentals of the flute down is essential to making music. For the more advanced woodwind players, learning to double on the flute opens up many doors for gigs.
As a public school music teacher, I play a lot of guitar and ukulele. I've started ukulele and guitar programs in both elementary and middle schools. These programs were recognized through grants awarded by the College Board, Guitar Center, and the Fender Foundation.
I love making music with my students, friends and family. I've had the privilege of working with many wonderful musicians over the years and I look forward to growing my s
Hi! My name is Perry and I am a recently-graduated flutist from the Eastman School of Music where I was trained in orchestra, wind ensemble, chamber music, and solo repertoire. I believe in a goal-based approach to studying music and the flute. Students of all ages and experience levels can expect that I will guide them to their individual goals at their own pace. I really love to teach and help students find their own journey through music and enrich all parts of their lives!
From very early on in my time playing the flute, I pushed myself to compete festival auditions, competitions, and recitals. These experiences give me great insight for teaching younger students wishing to pursue flute competitively or more casually!
Over the course of my playing
My musical experiences make me well suited for teaching students of all ages to achieve individual goals. I loved the teaching I did as a part of the Eastman Community Music School and I love sharing all that I have learned with others! Being a very organized and structured person, I generally propose a steady practice regimen based on both long term goals and short term achievements! I also believe in letting students go at their own pace and constantly adjusting those milestones as required. I believe that the ultimate goal of any teacher is to give the student the means to teach themselves. This philosophy places great emphasis on practicing techniques to make students more self-aware and able to trust themselves in the practice room.
Thank you so much for reading and feel free to contact me with any questions!
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I have two years experience on private flute class, specializing in the beginner/intermediate student! All ages welcome.
In my flute class, I hope to establish a partnership with my students, not as an authority, but as a facilitator to motivate their passion for music. By empowering students, I hope they will realize how capable they are, and be guided by passion and love for diverse kinds of music.
Students will self-evaluate their song quality, rhythm and articulation using rubric and recording.
Lessons are customized and catered to the needs/goals of each student. And the music genres are depended on students' music taste.
My teaching philosophy is a student-centered teaching model. In my class, I, as a facilitator, but authority, hope to build a bridge that is connecting both teacher's music world and students' music world! Now, Let's have fun!
We will learn basic breath technique, fingering, and easy songs through playing the games. Students will able to self-evaluate their song quality, rhythm, and articulation through the rubric and recording.
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