Teaching online since 2018 Minimum age: 10 Lee Q. has a master's degree and comprehensive experience in music instruction and performance, including solo performance, orchestra, concert band, folk/bluegrass orchestra, chamber ensembles, rock/blues/folk and cover bands, pep band, and musical theatre. Lee welcomes students of all ages (10+), abilities and gender expressions, and is a natural teacher who focuses on positive and productive learning techniques, specialized for individual needs. Lee has instructed beginning and intermediate players for many years and knows the best ways to acquire technical and musical proficiency, including recommendations for the most playable instruments and the best accessories. Lee teaches lessons in person in the Los Angeles area, and online using a desktop computer, an Ethernet connection, a professional microphone and DI audio interface. All you need is a good internet connection and device (computer or tablet) and the basic tools: an instrument, an armless chair, and a quiet location. Lee received a Master of Music degree in Instrumental Pedagogy (Belmont University) and graduated from Loyola University New Orleans (Bachelor of Music Education). Lee also graduated from the U.S. Armed Forces School of Music and served as a Bassoon Player in the U.S. Army. Lee started playing guitar at age 14 and joined her first band at age 18, performing on guitar, bass and vocals in many eclectic situations, including numerous New Orleans venues and a Saints halftime show at the Superdome. Lee Q specializes in solo acoustic guitar and has recorded and performed as a singer-songwriter-guitarist since 2001, including ten years of solo sets at the Bluebird Cafe in Nashville.
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate
Teaching since 1996
Master of Music in Instrumental Pedagogy, Bassoon
Teaches ages 10+
Has background check
I'm terrible at sight reading. She helped me become better. We had entire lessons on rhythm without even picking up the bassoon (which is great because I was sick in bed with covid for a few weeks) she would look over my music for band and help me through the really difficult parts. She even taught me things about my bassoon I didn't know, after playing the bassoon for 3 years. She's a really good teacher.
Thank you so much for your help, Lee. I learned many great tips, useful resources, and meaningful comments in one lesson. I look forward to working with you again!
She is really nice and a great instructor, especially for beginning guitarists. She is patient and encouraging, and tailors your class to your interests.