My students are confident players based on the Suzuki Piano method. I also integrate traditional methods to promoting music reading. I also give students opportunities to prepare for music festivals, and the certificate of merit exams that is recognized statewide.
Students have enjoyed having opportunities to participate in group theory classes, play in their school assemblies, talent shows, and special music in their churches.
I enjoy seeing my students grow in fine young musicians and enjoying music over the past 10 years. I enjoy getting them involved in the community, graduating each level, and seeing them gain self confidence in themselves.
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I am a Suzuki piano teacher. I usually always start with something the student knows and build from there to help them feel successful. Melodies they already have in their ear makes it easier for them to learn, and so I stress the importance of listening as part of their practice regime. It is also a good way to motivate them to learn. I begin teaching reading once they have a good sense of completing level one.
I have a masters in piano pedagody from Holy Names University, and received Suzuki training from the Suzuki Summer Institue at Holy Names University.
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Hosting my annual Holiday recital.
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