Schertz Music Lessons for Seniors
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Teaches students 5 and up
Awarded Inductee from Kappa Delta Pi
Teaching since 2005
* Finally, a comprehensive instrumental course for students of all ages and experience levels that includes:
- Information on brands, supplies, and guidance with professional organizations
- Weekly lessons to develop and improve skills with proper stick control, rudiments, dynamics, rhythmic meters…and more!
- Music theory (includes music history topics) with emphasis on technology and composition
- Maintenance and repair tips
- Advanced techniques: Improvising & composing, ornamentation, world music styles, etc.
- Chamber music (accompaniment) to prepare for public performances
I am a music educator of 13 years: I have taught both middle school band and choir to at-risk youth, as well as elementary music at a private Christian academy. My principal instrument is the saxophone (which I began playing in 1990), and I play many other instruments. As for my formal education: I
Awarded National winner of Woodwind Division, 1990 from MTNA
Teaching since 1983
Doctor of Musical Arts in Saxophone Performance from University of Georgia
I have been teaching and performing professionally for over 30 years at all levels, from beginners to post-doctoral professors of saxophone at major universities. I am a retired professor of saxophone and my students have won various competitions at all levels. We will focus on developing proper technique, building good practice habits, and long term improvement.
My students have described our lessons as being fun, intense, humorous, and thought-provoking. Lessons are always tailored to the individual student, because the lessons are about the student making progress toward their goals, not about me. I put a great deal of thought into how to approach each s
He will teach you how to make your practice time more productive, alternate fingerings to play more in tune, techniques to make note transitions easier, how to prepare new reeds for playing.... and on and on.
I had not played for a very long time. Dr Wen got me from there to where I was playing in a University Wind Ensemble, a quartet, and a community band. He also knew exactly where my saxophone needed to be adjusted to make it play better.
Dr Wen was my instructor for approximately 7 years. I learned a tremendous amount from him. You can’t do any better than Dr Andy Wen. He’s outstanding!
Teaches Intermediate, Advanced
Teaching since 2000
Teaches students 7 and up
I'd love to help you hone your technique and practice habits so you are working efficiently to become the best musician you can be. Whatever your goals may be - getting a better chair in your school orchestra, getting into your local youth orchestra, getting a great mark on your solo and ensemble contests, or just being able to enjoy playing more - I can help you with that! I'm kind, but firm, and if you enjoy paying attention to detail, and learning things correctly right from the start, I think we'd be a great match!
Ms. S holds a bachelors and masters degree in violin performance. She currently plays with the San Antonio Symphony and serves as the Assistant Concertmaster at the Mid-Texas Symphony. Ms. S is an enthusiastic teacher and has maintained a private studio of all levels since 2000. At the Universi
Awarded Chancellors Piano Award from Northern State University
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Teaching since 2001
Mellisa W.Book Now
A dedicated piano teacher and music school owner, Mellisa has pursued her love of music from a very young age. With a passion for quality music and education, she opened Eighty Eight Notes School of Music 2007 where she grew the business to include classes for all ages and stages and all instruments. "My ultimate goal as your teacher is to nurture a genuine love for music, a gift that lasts a lifetime.” Mellisa specializes in music theory, composition, curriculum production, and online piano lessons.
Mellisa graduated with her Bachelor of Arts in Music Education and Liturgical Music, with a minor in Flute Performance and Bible in 2007 from Golden State Baptist College in Santa Clara, CA. She received her Master of Arts in Music Education with a concentration in Piano Pedagogy in 2013 from the University of St. Thomas in St. Paul, MN. She is a Nationally Certified Teacher of Music, a member of the Music Teacher's National Association, and Minnesota Music Educators Association as ...
A dedicated piano teacher and music school owner, Mellisa has pursued her love of music from a very young age. With a passion for quality music and education, she opened Eighty Eight Notes School of Music 2007 where she grew the business to include classes for all ages and stages and all instrument
Speaks English, Korean
Teaches students 10 and up
Teaching since 2016
I specialize in teaching intermediate/advanced violin students. Lessons with each student is different with curriculum and style based on the needs of the student. I believe that music should be a part of everyone’s lives and it has many benefits! I will help you grow as a musician and would love to work with you. I have been the concertmaster of several orchestras and have 4 years of coaching and teaching.
Music has been a huge part of my life since I was a little girl. I have been playing the violin for 13 years now and I would love to help others grow in their musical life. I am currently an 18 year old finishing my senior year in high school, graduating in June of 2020. I will be attending the Pea
Speaks English, Korean
Teaching since 2012
B.A. Professional Music from Berklee College of Music
With many years working as a composer, performer, & teacher, I strive for my students to simply enjoy exploring the language of music while embracing the discipline of the learning process, whether it is through playing pop, jazz, or even their own compositions!
To me, as both a teacher and student, the most valuable skill is to enjoy-- to enjoy every moment that comes, even the less pleasurable ones, for the true treasure lies in not the end goal but rather the path. To most young folks, the less pleasurable moments usually mean the boring ones such as st
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