Sunshine Music Studio
The music lessons are developed and customized for each student so they can learn at their own pace because everyone has a different personality. Our hope for all students is that they learn to play an instrument while having fun. We also want our students to feel good about playing it because they will be more self-motivated and will have more confidence and they will be more eager to learn and take their music skills to the next level. All kids love music but they don’t always love music lessons. We are committed to building on a child’s love of music. Our main objective is to allow kids to experience everything that’s fun about music and to develop a life-long hobby. We also have a non-traditional recital for students every year so students have the opportunity to enjoy the moment on the stage.
Our students will not only learn the music fundamentals through playing the piano but also learn to play with proper techniques to avoid injuries and implementing music theory so he/she can learn a song faster. The incentive program is available to keep our students motivated in learning, practicing, and playing.
We enjoy seeing the students (kids and adults) achieve their own goals and having them perform at recitals. Having a connection with the children and their family is one thing we care about. Parents tell us their children play at a family reunion and it inspires others to learn to play an instrument.
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Frequently asked questions
What is your typical process for working with a new student?
Exploring their interests and get to know them better since everyone has different personalities. The approaches to teaching one musical concept are varied. Customized music lessons that are fun will keep students engaged and motivate them to learn.
What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?
Strong background in music education (BA and MA in Music Education from CUNY-Queens College and CSULB), our director, Ms. Shine, develop a curriculum for teaching piano and music as well as having an understanding of psychological development in children, teens, and adults, which helps to design the lessons that keep students motivated and engaged.
What types of students have you worked with?
Toddlers, pre-schoolers, young children, teens, adults, and seniors.
What advice would you give a student looking to hire a teacher in your area of expertise?
Make sure you not only ask the rate the teacher charges but also ask about what the tuition includes. In addition, ask about how a teacher motivates students to learn and practice.
Make sure the teacher is serious about teaching, ready to commit to your child.