Lena Monroe

Lena M.

New Orleans, LA

Lesson Details

French

Levels Taught:
Beginner

I believe French is a great language for people to learn. Recently, I spent a semester studying abroad at a university in Toulouse, France. For a majority of the time, I was immersed in the local culture and language, and I hope to use my experience to impart some of what I learned to others.

See all subjects

Lena teaches

Loading-circle

About

Lena delivers an exceptional lesson experience and ranks in the top 15% of our teachers nationwide.
Teaches students:
Ages 5 to 50

Teaching since:
2017

I am a graduate student majoring in Music Performance for the Flute. Recently, I graduated from Mansfield University of Pennsylvania with degrees in both Music Education and Music Performance. During my time there, I participated in various ensembles, including their wind ensemble, orchestra, and their opera pit.

Currently, I am a grad student at Loyola University New Orleans studying Music Performance for the flute, and I am a regular member of the university's wind ensemble and orchestra.

I am also proficient in piano, as I studied it from childhood for about twelve years to accompany my flute studies.

One of my greatest accomplishments so far was when I completed a study abroad experience in Toulouse, France. While I was there, I was permitted by the local conservatory to sit in and observe lessons taught by their flute professor, and at the end of the semester, I was able to have a lesson with him.

As a teacher, I hope to help my students grow as musicians using the techniques I've learned and experiences I've gained as tools I can draw upon. I'm looking forward to meeting with you.

Show More

Education

Masters of Music Performance
Aug 2018 - Present
Loyola University New Orleans
Bachelors of Music Education and Music Perfomance
Sep 2012 - May 2017
Mansfield University of Pennsylvania

Languages

English
Fluent / Native Proficiency
French
Professional Proficiency

0 Reviews

Write a Review

You may want to revisit

Previously viewed teachers: