Lao’d And Proud Musicianship

Lao’d And Proud Musicianship

5.0
1 employee
4 years in business

About this pro

I understand that everyone learns differently and moves at different speeds. Here at Lao'd and Proud Musicianship, I can help students of all ages reach their goal in a structured or non-structured fashion. Whatever your goal is, my goal is to help you get there and make it clear and enjoyable!

I really enjoy learning about each student and finding out what makes a bulb light up for them. The best part about the work I do is seeing my students' progress and discover something they never thought possible. 

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Lomita, CA 90717
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FAQs


What is your typical process for working with a new student?

First off, I want to get to know them and find out what their goals are. Some students want to learn how to sing, play an instrument or understand music theory as a fun hobby. Other students are interested in becoming professional musicians.

Knowing what each individual student wants to get out of these lessons will help me organize a plan that will guarantee their money's worth!


What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?

Prior to studying music in college for 4 years, I was self taught during my teenage years. I've attended and played at different festivals around the world and performed for many private and public events as a solo artist and with different bands. I've been teaching at a music studio for the past 4 years and have taught many online lessons as well. 


Do you have a standard pricing system for your lessons? If so, please share the details here.

Standard online pricing is $25 per half hour and $50 for an hour. 


How did you get started teaching?

Before teaching, I was a gigging musician who was also working in the medical field. In 2016, I was helping a friend potentially record music at someone's music studio. During our brief visit, the owner of the music studio silently interviewed me by asking me to play and sing a song. From then on, I've been a music teacher.