- Teaches students:
- Ages 9+ and special needs
- Teaching since:
- January 2012
I hold a bachelors of music from Mason Gross, School of the Arts at Rutgers University. I have training in both vocal, as well as instrumental music and am proud to be a Music Teacher.
For the past 7 years, I have taught in various settings as a music teacher, and in each environment, I have honed in on my craft to improve my skills. I have also had some wonderful private students. One of whom is currently studying at Mason Gross, as she hopes to also become a music educator.
I regularly teach beginning Flute, Clarinet, Alto Saxophone, Trumpet, Trombone, Baritone Horn, as well as Vocal studies and Music Theory. I am looking forward to having the chance to work with you and help you continue to grow musically towards whatever goals you may wish to achieve.
Run weekly small group instrumental lessons, as well as large instrumental ensemble in each building I visit.
Taught Grade 1-5 Vocal Music classes, as well as Chorus and Recorder Ensemble rehearsals.
Taught Grades 1-6 Vocal Music classes.
Taught Grades 4-8 instrumental music lessons as well as Elementary General Music Classes. I also led Elementary, Middle school, and Jazz Band rehearsals
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Mr. Brooks is an amazing teacher. He helped my daughter find the right instrument and was encouraging and engaged throughout. Mr. Brooks is one of the most dedicated professionals, who always looks for creative solutions!
Mr. Brooks was incredible instrumental music instructor for my son. As my husband (a drummer) was unable to teach my son we did not think he had a “knack” for drumming. However, with Mr. Brooks’ guidance he excelled and was even accepted into our school district’s gifted and talented music program. Mr. Brooks is a talented educator who passes along his passion and excitement for music. My son looked forward to his lessons every week and became a talented player with his guidance.+ Read More
Spencer Brooks is truly a very special educator! He connects with his students. They know he cares about them educationally and as people. My daughter always felt comfortable in class expressing herself. Spencer is fun, caring, and a wonderful role model for his students. My daughter was incredibly lucky to have him as her teacher for over 3 years.+ Read More