Lessons By Jeremy

Lessons By Jeremy

5.0 (3)
Best of 2020
14 years in business

About this pro

I create short and long term goals for my students in order to help keep interest. Breaking through barriers and stepping out of comfort zones can be difficult and seeing immediate results feels nice!

I love seeing the "click" in the student face when he/she understands a new objective. I love when students are passionate about learning MUSIC. 

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West Hollywood, CA 90038
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3 Reviews


  • Ann Silverman

    Jeremy has really helped me develop my clarinet tone. As a high school student struggling to improve during these times, Jeremy always encourages me to work towards something. I can tell that he really cares and it makes me feel happy because my last teacher was kinda mean and grumpy.

  • Bryon RUTH

    Jeremy is the ultimate professional. His musical expertise and integrity make Jeremy one of the finest teachers I know. Highly recommended.

  • Wells Hillblom

    I've been working with Jeremy for 3 months now (saxophone) and have signed up for an additional 3 months. I am thoroughly impressed with his scope of knowledge when it comes to all angles of music. He always is knowledgeable about any topics/questions that I throw at him and gives an in depth response. From music theory to practical application; his feedback is paramount relative to any other music tutor I have encountered. In the beginning; I was very timid and conscientious about my musical abilities but Jeremy has been genuinely encouraging and supportive which has helped me greatly. I don't like being cheesy but blah blah blah he's pretty great.

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

I cater to each and every student's needs, depending on their background (whether musical or brand new to music) and look for ways to individualize new topics.

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

I have a Bachelor's degree in music from a prestigious music school: The Herberger Institution of the Arts at Arizona State University.

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


Rates For individual Lessons & Packages

- My rates for individual lessons are:

     $100/hour ($80 for lessons.com)

     $75/45 mins ($60 for lessons.com)

     $50/half hour ($40 for lessons.com)

- Discounted Package Rates for lessons.com students:

     Four 1-Hour Lessons: $300 (makes each lesson $75 instead of $80)

     Four 45-Min Lessons: $220 (makes each lesson $55 instead of $60)

     Four 30-min Lessons: $140 (makes each lesson $35 instead of $40)

**These are my home studio rates. The rates increase if I commute to the student's residence or location. 

How did you get started teaching?

I took a passion to teaching as early as high school. Several younger saxophone players in my school band program looked up to me and the path to teaching became clear. I began to teach privately after school and on the weekends to younger school mates.

What types of students have you worked with?

I've worked with beginning general music students on playing piano and learning the most basic music and theory fundamentals. I've worked with advanced college level students on instrument technique, theory, improvisation, composition & arranging. And everything in between!

Describe a recent event you are fond of.

I challenged a current student of mine (he is in his early 20s) who is brand new to playing flute and by our second lesson, I would sing a melody to him and he could play it back to me, without sheet music - only using his ear!

What advice would you give a student looking to hire a teacher in your area of expertise?

You want to hire a teacher who is a true professional, in all senses of the word. You want a teacher who is knowledgeable, a critical thinker, one who has sympathy and empathy which can help navigate different student's strengths and weaknesses, and most importantly, a teacher who is flexible. 

What questions should students think through before talking to teachers about their needs?

This depends on many factors, varying from a student's goals and trajectory. I would say this is a case by case basis.