Delsong Talent Development

Delsong Talent Development

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When you learn with Delsong, you will learn in an atmosphere of respect, personal attention and joy.

  • A warm friendly approach to the best way for you to learn.
  • Excellence in technique, proper training for your specific talent, healthy and well-rounded musicality, quality pedagogy learnt from the best vocal university and piano education center.
  • Longterm experience in teaching whole music to the whole person. 
Whole music: note-reading, warmups, exercises, physiology and anatomy, innate rhythm and pitch, playing or singing by ear, spontaneity. 

Whole person: muscles, breathing, control, preferred learning paths, personality, musical strengths, personal goals.
  • Partnership with you in reaching your goals. Whether you long to sit at the piano in solitude and play away the stress of the week, sing fun tunes with friends and family, give your 3-4 year old the best start to music learning for life, push for becoming a professional to whatever extent you dream  ... - you will receive the skills, techniques and support targeted appropriately for your goals.

I have been teaching and coaching individuals, bands, groups and teams for 20+ years, on 3 continents and mostly in the USA - specifically New York, Boston, Charlotte and now Denver.

With the wide and expansive experience comes education - vocal, songwriting and piano - to freshen up methods, research and insights:

Yamaha Music Education

- teacher candidate for piano

- specialised training for teaching begin foindations to very young children, ages 3-7

- specialised certificate for teaching beginners and hobbyist adults

Vocal Pedagogy Professional Extention Course at Boston Conseratory

Songwriting Course at Berklee Online Coursera

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Denver, CO 80210
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FAQs


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

We have a getting-to-know-you first session, to discover your present level of skill, your purpose and goals, your preferred style of learning and life/schedule for inter-lesson practice and musical workouts. Given that, I suggest a course of action and a direction in your training and we proceed from there.


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

Yamaha Music Education

- teacher candidate for piano

- specialised training for teaching begin foindations to very young children, ages 3-7

- specialised certificate for teaching beginners and hobbyist adults

Vocal Pedagogy Professional Extention Course at Boston Conseratory

Songwriting Course at Berklee Online Coursera


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

Prices vary

Private lessons

All vocal, piano, songwriting, ear training and music theory lessons are $60 an hour, $35 per half hour.

Acting coaching (basic) sessions are $50 an hour.

Classes:

3-5 year beginners (piano music) in a class: $100 per month per child for weekly group class

Hobbyist adult piano: $110 per month per person for weekly group class

Workshops: vary according to session - ask for details


What types of students have you worked with?

Stars in the making, preparing for roles in musicals 

Beginners, both child and adult

Session singers in the recording studio

Worship team singers wanting to improve their chops 

Hobbyists, bucket-list dreamers and secret fans

School children getting a good education in an amazing field of music


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

Look for someone who will not just teach a good curriculum, but will be able to assess what is good for YOU. Music is so personal; learning styles are so individual. Your coach/teacher should be able to adapt to what works for you, while also providing an excellent foundation for all future musical learning you desire.


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

Are you in it to master an instrument, or just to catch a few tips and move on?

Will you have the discipline to make the time to practice between lessons?