- Teaches students:
- Ages 5+ and special needs
- Teaching since:
- January 2017
Hello, my name is Carly. I'm currently pursuing a bachelor's degree in music education at the University of Louisville. Throughout the past couple of semesters I've been learning many different methods for teaching, privately and publicly. I have a student of my own, and would love to expand my studio and take in more cellists. I've been playing cello about 10 years and love to share my passion with others. The most effective way of learning about anything is by actually doing it!
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Carly is very personable and knowledgeable. From the first lesson she caters the instruction to my needs and interests while building on solid basic techniques and music theory. I’m excited about the goals we’ve set.
She is an amazing teacher! She explains things in a way that best fits my perspective. She is understanding and very helpful.
I was so happy to see the detail Carly went into teaching me the cello. She made a very comfortable environment to learn. I felt like she was interested in seeing me succeed!
Carly is a very patient and kind teacher, and she knows her stuff! Her passion for music clearly shows and I would highly recommend her.