- Teaches students:
- Ages 5+ and special needs
- Teaching since:
- April 2017
David Wettrich is a 2012 graduate from Lee University in Cleveland, Tennessee with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Worship Music. David is retired from the Army and teaches JROTC in South Carolina.
David provides a holistic approach to music. His lessons integrate artistry, ear training, sight-reading, theory, technique, improvisation and composition. This way, whether you're a visual, kinesthetic, or auditory learner, you will naturally develop through your own learning style while you grow in other areas.
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As David's students grow as musicians, his hope is that they will discover a love for music, giving them an appreciation of the arts for years to come.
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*** Studio Equipment ***
I have a Yamaha DGX-520 88-Key Portable Grand Piano Keyboard. An internal webcam on my laptop as well as an external Logitech HD Pro Webcam C920, for multiple views.
The Audio/Visual Multimedia Technician is responsible for providing superior media/audiovisual support during worship services. Works alongside other media team members to ensure all equipment such as lighting, sound equipment, microphones, and radios are fully operational. Has a working knowledge of Pro-Presenter and how to operate the sound board.+ Read More
I've played piano/keyboard for a number of years. Keys can add atmosphere to any genre of music. I have experience playing behind a speaker and during prayer/quiet time.
The course was designed to enhance skills in innovative teaching techniques, program administration, service learning and curriculum design.
The MIDI Associations mission is to nurture an inclusive global community of people who create music and art with MIDI. The www.MIDI.org website is the central repository of information about anything related to MIDI technology, from classic legacy gear to next- gen protocols on the horizon.+ Read More
Very patient and flexible. My son is learning a lot
Best personal teacher I've had so far. I haven't had different piano teachers, but I've had plenty of other types of tutors and this one is the best personality and teaches me the quickest vs others
Went over basics I knew with the first lesson, but now that he has, the basics I knew are now better instilled. I can look at any note and within a second find out which letter and octave it corresponds to on both piano and sheet music. After that he got me to use my hands faster and more accurately by practicing scales. As if his teaching methods weren't good enough, he also has a really flexible schedule. If you are unable to make a lesson, just give a 24 hour notice and he can shift the lessons down a week. The only nuance that I've experienced is that he asks me a few times to change my schedule. I can't complain, since it was a choice though, one that he asks if its ok and then goes forth with it. Much better than tutors for academic subjects I've had, and much better than my Guitar teacher in public school. 3 years of guitar case two weeks with piano, and I feel much comfortable on piano than on guitar already!+ Read More
David is starting to teach my 9 year old daughter who has a learning disability. He is very kind and patient with her. His techniques of teaching a child the piano is very good. I am very pleased. We will continue to take more lessons and I can not wait to see the progress.+ Read More
First leasone went great. Made practice fun and aslo established a set practice schedule for my son.
What a great piano teacher!!!!! He took the time to explain in detail the lesson and even when I have many questions he was more than helpful and answer all my questions. I can't wait for the next lesson!
David Wettrich has such a gift and passion when it comes to music. Not only does he work very hard to make each piece he plays the best it can be, but he has an innate sense of how to get it there. This is particularly true when it comes to playing by ear. He learns many pieces by ear and then makes them unique by how he interprets them when he plays. But the greatest thing I see about his musical skills is how he wants to be able to share the joy of music with others. And especially how he wants to play for the glory of God.+ Read More