- Teaches students:
- and Ages 5 to 25
- Teaching since:
- December 2011
My Name is Sutton, I graduated from the University of North Texas with a Bachelor in Music Degree. I teach Music at a public school working with 5th and 6th graders. I always strive to have Music be fun and enjoyable, while it also be a challenge so growth can take place. I am very gentle spirit with a humorous side.
I've been playing Saxophone for 23 years now and studied the instrument at UNT as my profession. I've played various styles with Classical being my strong suit and Jazz being second. I focus on Alto Saxophone but I also have a Tenor and Soprano and can teach those. I can Teach Baritone Saxophone as well but I do not have one on me to help students along with playing. I've played for the UNT concert band and have done various solos and quartets.
I've played the Piano for 12 years now and have taught it the most. I focus on the aspects of Music while teaching the skill of the instrument. I have played it mostly for fun and for teaching, no major performances.
I have been singing for 15 years and currently teach the choirs at my public School. I focus on good singing style to help students project and find tonal centers.
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I expect the students to own their own instruments or will learn more about their instruments. I can help guide students to what instruments to buy or rent if they wish.
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Classical saxophone, Voice and Piano. I also do Beginner Flute, Clarinet, and Oboe.
I teach music in a public school in the area. I work on Vocal Performance and Music Theory to Elementary students. I also teach basic instruments and concepts to the children.
Taught various students Piano around the Little Elm, Frisco area. Had about 10 students various ages and enjoyed teaching them everything about the piano and music. Worked on a balance of reading, writing, and playing.
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Sutton was very nice and not too strict. Really focused on having fun with the lesson.
Sutton is a great teacher. He's been teaching me piano for almost a month now, and I feel like I've made important improvents. We started 3 weeks ago and I did not know how to play or read sheet, basically, we started from 0. He knows how to teach people, and he also understands that piano takes time to learn. Great guy, I highly recommend.+ Read More