- Teaches students:
- Ages 5 to 18
- Teaching since:
I am a trumpet player, majoring in music education at Central Connecticut State University. I am in multiple bands including marching band, wind ensemble, jazz band, and pep band.
I have been playing the trumpet for nine years and have studied with several great trumpet teachers. I approach lessons differently with every student based on their level. I believe that it is important for teachers and students to share ideas with each other. In working together, we can achieve the goals that we set and become better musicians.
I play mostly classical music and a little jazz music but it is important to learn a variety of musical styles. I try to make lessons as fun as possible and I am a very caring person.
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