Hello, my name is Lindsay McFadden. I am a recent graduate from Lebanon Valley College. I have two degrees in Music; one in Music Education for voice and the other in Music for jazz studies on alto saxophone. I have been teaching music for the past 4 years and I am currently teaching Vocal/general in Pendergast Elementary School District. I have a love and passion for music that I enjoy sharing with others. It is always my goal to help my students learn to love music the way I love music. All students are capable of being musical when taught with a positive attitude. It is my goal to teach my students in a positive light and encourage them to strive for excellence. We can accomplish anything with the right mindset and guide.
Her schedule is very flexible and she takes the time to explain and coach you.
Her personality and professionalism
On time, friendly, knolagable and professional
I have my Bachelor's of Science degree in Music Education emphasis Voice. I also have my Bachelor's of Art degree in Music with a jazz studies concentration on Alto saxophone.
Standard pricing is $25 per half hour lesson, $40 per forty five minute lesson, and $50 per hour lesson. If our lesson time goes over it is $15 per ten minutes. I do not charge for gas or traveling to you. If you will need a lesson book, I will provide you with several options as to where to purchase one or I can purchase for you and you pay me for the book.
I am extremely flexible when it comes to scheduling because I understand things happen and life happens. With that being said, as long as you communicate with me the situation and we reschedule the lesson missed, then no worries. Otherwise, please see my cancellation policy below.
Cancellation policy: If a lesson is cancelled without prior notice you will be charged for the entire price of your lesson. For example, if your lesson is 1 hour, I arrive at for your lesson, no response, I will wait 15 minutes, still no response you will still be charged for the full hour lesson of $50.
I got started teaching after becoming a Music Education major in college. In school we often had observations where we had to go to several different schools and observe the life in each music teacher's shoes. During that process I had the pleasure of working with several students one on one and in group settings. Since college I have worked as a Vocal/general music teacher for six years in the public school system.