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Cooper W.

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I cover scales/theory, tone production and song learning. I will cater to the students desires and learning styles.

About Cooper

Bachelor's Degree from the Berklee College of Music in Boston.
Also studied Classical Performance at the Lionel Hampton School of Music.

Ten Years professional performing experience road touring in the U.S.A., and international on cruise ships. Most recently with For The Record Live from Los Angeles, CA , and Broadway’s “After Midnight”. Jazz and popular music, as well as classical.

My vision with students is be a guide in whatever direction they want to go. I want the student to find their individual musical voice, as well as technique. I will work on learning songs, air, tone production, scales/theory, reading music, improvisation, etc. I'm very patient, and I love to teach.

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My first instrument is saxophone, but I'm also a skilled doubler on flute, clarinet, harmonica, bass guitar, piano, an

d vocals. I'm very versatile in almost any style of music. At Berklee, I also studied recording and production, as well as arranging and composition. I've been featured in an arranger and composer in many settings, including two of my own shows. I completed a number of different recording projects including my own full-length album, and have worked extensively in the genre of electronic music.
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June 27, 2019
Dakini
Awesome first lesson
June 9, 2019
Leslie L.
May 30, 2019
James B.
I think Cooper will be able to give me much of what I need to better my playing.

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Cooper W.

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As a devoted instructor, I have a passion for teaching students of all levels. I use knowledge I learned from my flute professors and create a teaching style based on each of my students' individual needs. I value the student being able to create their own ideas and suggestions.

I cover topics from developing proper form to producing a beautiful tone, creating own musical ideas, performing with self-confidence, developing a helpful warm-up, and preparing for an audition.

About Sarah

Flutist Sarah Shin is a vibrant performer, educator, and collaborator. She has performed in Jordan Hall and Symphony Hall in Boston, Le Poisson Rouge, Carnegie Hall and Alice Tully Hall in New York City, John F. Kennedy Center in Washington D.C., Gewandhaus Theatre in Leipzig Germany, and Lotte Concert Hall in Seoul, South Korea. She has performed in festivals in France, Brazil, Mexico, and nation- wide within the United States. She is also a winner and finalist for competitions such as Classics Alive Artists Competition, First Place Winner of Upper Midwest Flute Young Artist Competition, First Prize Winner of American Protege International Competition, and First Prize Winner of Golden Classical Music Awards International Competition. Some of the highlights for this upcoming year include recording an album at the Wiener Konzerthaus in Aus

tria, performing a tour in Spain, and soloing with the Karlovy Vary Symphony Orchestra at Smetana Hall in the Czech Republic. Sarah is an IMK Concert Series Artist.

As an educator, Sarah is Co-President of the New Jersey Flute Society and is on faculty at the Rutgers University Mason Gross School of the Arts Extension Division as flute instructor and chamber music coach. As a Co-President of the New Jersey Flute Society, she will be hosting world-known soloist, Marina Piccinini, at the 2019 New Jersey Flute Fair. She has given masterclasses and workshops at universities and conventions all over the US, such as Princeton University, University of Washington, Bridgewater College, University of Virginia Flute Forum, Utah Valley University, and The Mid-Atlantic Flute Convention. During the 2016-2017 school year, she was on the Flute Faculty at the Center for Musical Excellence in New Vernon, NJ. She also served as the Director of Admissions. This year, Sarah will be performing and giving masterclasses at schools such as University of North Carolina Greensboro, Lamar University, Ferrum College, Texas Christian University Flute Day, and more.

Along with a substantial teaching and performing schedule, Sarah is an active chamber musician and orchestral musician. This year, she has played with Amarillo Symphony Orchestra, Virginia Symphony Orchestra and Virginia Opera. She is the Principal Flute of Houston Serenade Project, a chamber series founded in Houston, TX. She is also a founding member of the Emissary Quartet (EQ), founded in 2009. In November 2016, the Emissary Quartet premiered a work by Annika Socolofsky, which was made possible by a grant from the Fromm Music Foundation at Harvard University. EQ was quarterfinalists in the 2016 Fischoff Chamber Music Competition and was the only flute quartet to have competed within the last seven years. They also performed at the National Flute Association's 44th Convention in San Diego, California and the 2018 BMI Classical Music Awards in New York City. EQ are recipients of grants from the Friends of Flutes Foundation, Inc. and NewMusic USA.

Sarah received her Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Flute Performance from Carnegie Mellon University School of Music, Master of Music degree in Flute Performance from Indiana University Jacobs School of Music, as a Barbara and David Jacobs Scholar, and Doctor of Musical Arts degree from Rutgers University. She is greatly indebted to her teachers Jeanne Baxtresser, Bart Feller, Thomas Robertello, Judy Grant, and Alberto Almarza.
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April 4, 2016
Felicia D.
I highly recommend Sarah. She has excellent skills for any teacher - she's encouraging, knowledgeable and patient. I'm an adult who played piano years ago and always wanted to play the flute but I was frustrated, squeaky, out of breath, and out of tune. With a few weeks of lessons I'm further along than I was trying to teach myself over years.
I had years of serious music study with critical music teachers who made me embarrassed about mistakes and dread my lessons. With Sarah, the learning is fun and I now look forward to every lesson.
April 4, 2016
Felicia D.
I highly recommend Sarah. She has excellent skills for any teacher - she's encouraging, knowledgeable and patient. I'm an adult who played piano years ago and always wanted to play the flute but was frustrated, squeaky, out of breath, and out of tune. With a few weeks of lessons I'm further along than I was trying to teach myself over years.
I had years of serious music study with critical music teachers who made me embarrassed about mistakes and dread my lessons. With Sarah, the learning is fun and I now look forward to every lesson.

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Sarah S.

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Students will be learning and working in 2 spheres - technique & musicianship. Within those areas fundamentals, tone development, music reading, music theory and history, performing, self critique, and much more will be explored and discussed. Each student will be graded against themselves - I expect that each student makes progress appropriate for them and their ability level. Students are expected and encouraged to be active participants in their music education, so communication is key!

About Alysha

I am a passionate educator, no matter what subject I happen to find myself teaching. There is nothing quite so rewarding as the dawning comprehension of a new skill on a child's face, or their look of triumph after a great accomplishment.

As a teacher, i prefer not to be overly demanding of my students, and instead seek to tailor lessons to their individual interests and tastes. If you enjoy the music, you will want to play, and thus practice more! I prefer to focus on teaching the underlying skills and techniques that will make students successful - practice strategies, sight-reading, and problem solving skills.

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October 30, 2016
Ananya
I am a new student and she has given me all the right tools to have a great start. She doesn't waste even a minute of the class time.

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Alysha B.

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Alyssa W.

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I offer flute lessons for the beginner-intermediate student, where together we'll work on scales, breath support, basic theory, and repertoire. Lessons should always be fun, so we forget that we're secretly working so hard!

About Alyssa

Hi there, I'm so glad you're here!

I am a supportive and encouraging teacher willing to teach all ages and abilities. It is my firm belief that music is for everyone!

I am currently pursuing my Master of Arts in Teaching at Rhode Island College. I studied Oboe Performance at Longy School of Music for a year before decidingto pursue education further (I love teaching too much!.) I completed my undergraduate work at Rhode Island College, where I studied oboe and bassoon privately. I am currently on the private lesson roster for two public schools in the area, and teach both double-reeded instruments. I have successfully helped young students prepare for and audition into district and all state level ensembles.

I have reed-making experience and can assist students with finicky reeds, to help ease the most frustrating part about pl

aying oboe & bassoon.

I'm looking forward to working with you!
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September 15, 2019
Tracy Leng
June 22, 2019
Kirstin
My daughter has enjoyed her lessons. Alyssa has recognized and gently corrected many of the bad habits that she has picked up in band. I noticed a dramatic improvement after just a few lessons.
April 16, 2019
Louisa M.
My daughter had a great first lesson with Alyssa. She is looking forward to continuing in the weeks to come.

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Leslie K.

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While I have degrees in clarinet, I am also an accomplished flutist who has performing experience in several musicals and shows in the Denver area and Western Massachusetts. I have experience starting beginning flute students and helping young flutists develop their skills and musicianship.

About Leslie

Leslie is a Denver based musician—clarinetist and teacher—who performs in solo and collaborative projects across the state while maintaining an active teaching studio. Leslie is in high demand as both a performer and teacher. Recent performances include solo performances is Denver and Stapleton, several chamber performances with her wind trio Enigma and the Lamont Clarinet Choir, and appearances with the Lone Tree Symphony, the San Juan Symphony, Lakewood Symphony, the Denver Pops Orchestra, the Littleton Symphony, the Lamont Symphony Orchestra, and extensive time playing Eb clarinet with the Lamont Wind Ensemble.

After she began playing clarinet with her hands switched, and consequently as the worst clarinetist in her band, Leslie began studying privately and soon discovered a passion for teaching and helping her own students improve

the way her teachers helped her. Leslie is a passionate educator who has spent time on faculty at Mt. Holyoke College and the Eaglebrook School. She currently maintains a private studio in Denver and is an active guest clinician across Colorado.

Leslie studied clarinet at Adams State, the University of Massachusetts Amherst, and recently completed a Performance Certificate at the University of Denver. Influential teachers include Dr. Tracy Doyle, Claudia Weir, Michael Sussman, and Dr. Jeremy Reynolds. Leslie loves the color green, otters, Beethoven Symphony Number 7, Mozart operas, Blue Lake Fine Arts Camp, the smell of rosemary, and her rather aggressive, toothless cat.
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September 8, 2019
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August 22, 2019
Wae
Leslie was very patient but thorough with my beginning saxophone player. She stressed the goal of having fun with music - and my daughter did!
July 23, 2019
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Leslie K.

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Hello, my name is Lesia and I would be happy to be your teacher.
I moved to the US from the Ukraine 5 years ago, where I graduated from the Kharkov State University of Arts with Bachelor degree in music arts and was qualified as orchestra and ensemble player and teacher of flute and ensemble. I have more than 10 years of teaching experience. I taught flute and ensemble playing, provided music activity for children from 4 years old and up. My students participated in concerts and competitions. I also had an experience working in, the Orchestra of the Dnipropetrovsk State Academic Opera and Ballet Theatre, Ukraine, where I had a role of the second flute and piccolo. While I was working in the theater, I played in such performances as "Swan Lake", "Sleeping Beauty", "The Nutcracker" by P. Tchaikovsky, "The Wedding of Figaro" by V.А. Mozart .
My specialty is a classic, but I am familiar with different styles of music and even played in a reggae band when I was at university and as a ...

About Lesia

I moved to the US from the Ukraine 5 years ago, where I graduated from the Kharkov State University of Arts with Bachelor degree in music arts and was qualified as orchestra and ensemble player and teacher of flute and ensemble. I have more than 10 years of teaching experience. I taught flute and ensemble playing, provided music activity for children from 4 years old and up. My students participated in concerts and competitions. I also had an experience working in, the Orchestra of the Dnipropetrovsk State Academic Opera and Ballet Theatre, Ukraine, where I had a role of the second flute and piccolo. While I was working in the theater, I played in such performances as "Swan Lake", "Sleeping Beauty", "The Nutcracker" by P. Tchaikovsky, "The Wedding of Figaro" by V.А. Mozart .
My specialty is a classic, but I am familiar with different

styles of music and even played in a reggae band when I was at university and as a teacher, I have always focused on the student's personality. I can work with beginner and intermediate students In a group or private and provide a friendly and individual approach to each student In developing flute playing skills: tone, posture, techniques, music theory and basic improvisation skills.
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June 23, 2018
Regina
My 7 year-old son began learning recorder with Leasia as a complete beginner. He is taking lessons with Lesia as a music teacher for the past 9 months. She is patient and very friendly. Lesia taught him many things so far, such as how to read notes, all the fundamental techniques of recorder playing including correct posture, hand position, fingering and breathing. Also, my son learned how to play simple classic melodies like "Mary had a little lamb”, “Old Old McDonald had a farm”, “Twinkle Twinkle Little Star” and etc. We are gradually transitioning from recorder to flute now. My son looks forward to Lesia’s lessons, and is enjoying music. I recommend Lesia to everyone and anyone interested in learning to play recorder and flute.
June 22, 2018
Victoria
Lesia is a great flute teacher! Since my daughter started taking lessons from Lesia twise a week she started making a lot more progress; part of success is Lesia’s advanced teaching skills and another part is motivation to learn and practice a lot more that my daughter got when learning from Lesia how to become a great flute player

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John R.

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I have been teaching flute for almost 20 years. I have a doctorate in flute performance and have done training and extensive research in body mapping and efficiency of body use. I take a very holistic approach to teaching and playing the flute. Each student is a person, an individual unlike anyone else. Every body is unique and therefore will play the flute differently than other flutists. When I teach, I aim to get to know the whole person in order to effectively work with the flutist. I work to get to know how each student learns and processes information. A flutist cannot become a good musician without making the journey their own. My goal is to give every student their own individual path to reach their goals, while also giving them the tools to use in their own teaching of individual flutists. I emphasize these specific areas in my teaching: the physical aspects of flute playing, including playing position and posture, breath control, sound and tone production, projection and ...

About John

Flutist John Ross is an accomplished soloist, educator, chamber musician, and orchestral performer. He taught on the faculty of West Virginia State University and currently teaches for the Music for the Sake of Music summer program in Green Bay, WI. He has been principal flute of the Italian-American Opera Festival Orchestra (CA), the Charleston Chamber Orchestra (WV), and has also performed with the Muncie Symphony, Tallahassee Symphony, and the Charleston Light Opera Guild. Dr. Ross has appeared as soloist with the WVSU Wind Ensemble, the Florida State University Symphonic Band, and the orchestra of Music for the Sake of Music. His flute ensemble Silver Lining Flutes toured around Costa Rica in Spring 2017, performing and giving masterclasses as part of the Promising Young Artist of the 21st Century series. His folk trio Cuttin' Bracken

has performed throughout northern Florida, including multiple performances at the Florida Folk Festival in White Springs, Florida. Dr. Ross attended West Virginia University (BM and MM), Ball State University (AD), and Florida State University (DM), studying with Joyce Catalfano, Thomas Godfrey, Francesca Arnone, Mihoko Watanabe, and Eva Amsler. He is also an Andover Educator in training, pursuing a certification in body mapping.
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February 6, 2019
Nancy S.
John was very good w/me. He knows my goals & was able to help me. He gave me some practice sheets. I will do that everyday.
November 26, 2018
Rebecca
Dr. John Ross is an excellent teacher! He helped me take the music I was preparing to record to a whole new level. He has so much knowledge and can present that knowledge in a way that is approachable for students of any level. I am so thankful I got to study with him!!!
November 20, 2018
Michael
John is an outstanding player and pedagogue. Over a number of years, I've observed John work with students of incredibly diverse backgrounds, ages, and skill levels. With each and every student, John connects with the individual, finding what will help that person rise to their fullest potential as a flute player. Technical progress is a given when studying with John. Additionally, students consistently enter his lessons eager to learn and leave with a renewed drive to grow. I cannot recommend John highly enough.

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John R.

Nevada, MO

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Hello! My name is Amber. I have been playing flute for 12 years and it is my passion! I have always had a love for music and helping people. I started giving flute lessons towards the end of high school. I love seeing people improve! I have participated in competitions, masterclasses, and music camps all over the country and have learned from some of the greatest musicians of all time. I have lots of musical knowledge that I’d love to share!

About Amber

Music makes the world go round! I want to share the gift of teaching music with as many people as I can! I have been playing for flute for 12 years and it is my passion. I took lessons my second year of playing and that propelled me into a world of music I never knew. Competitions, camps, and master classes with world rebound flutists all over the country tought me and abundance of information that I would love to share! I’ve always had a love for helping people which led to give lessons here and there throughout the years. Now I plan on making it my career. Thank you for reading and I look forward to meeting you!

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Felicia
"I highly recommend Sarah. She has excellent skills for any teacher - she's encouraging, knowledgeable and patient. I'm an adult who played piano years ag
o and always wanted to play the flute but I was frustrated, squeaky, out of breath, and out of tune. With a few weeks of lessons I'm further along than I was trying to teach myself over years.
I had years of serious music study with critical music teachers who made me embarrassed about mistakes and dread my lessons. With Sarah, the learning is fun and I now look forward to every lesson."
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Katelynn
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Danielle
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