I have a room dedicated to music and rehearsal. Also, my husband is a bass player as well and has a station for repairs and set-ups.
Best teacher out there.
Jazz had a great attitude and chops so from the first moment I knew I was going to have a good time. Lo and behold she imparted knowledge on me that I still use today. She encouraged me to be a great bassist and I wouldn't be where I am today without her.
I ask them their long term goals and goal for the day. My intent is to feel the student out and to proceed in the direction they feel most comfortable, with a pace that is manageable.
I’m a bassist of 20+ years and am proficient in almost every genre. I’m classically trained and can read music. I was a staff member/educator and graduate of Musician’s Institute of Hollywood. I have also taught bass and beginning piano at the School of Rock.
60 per hour is my standard rate. I may offer a discount if student wants to pay for multiple lessons in advance.
I’m a natural born teacher to my core and music education has been and still is very important to me.
All types, levels, and ages are welcomed.
Choose a teacher that makes you feel comfortable with where you are at currently but also inspires you to learn and reach for more.
How much am I willing to UN-learn? And what is the ultimate goal I’m trying to achieve by taking lessons?