I teach not only the mechanics of playing your instrument, I also teach music theory and make it fun for you. I want students to have fun in their lessons while they are learning the basics of their instrument. Students have a variety of options in the style of music they can do after they get the basics down.
I especially enjoy watching children learn and the look of joy they have when they've made a discovery. As students become more proficient and more versatile, they have more fun. I love seeing children mature in their musicianship.
My grandson enjoys taking lessons with Oyeniran. He actually enjoys practicing the piano and is excited about learning new songs.
My teenage daughter took piano and voice lessons with Mr. Oyeniran Oyedeji at ILS Music Conservatory as, after a couple of years on the saxophone, she had developed a passion for singing and wanted to learn the piano to support her vocals. After several piano lessons learning to sight read notes and rhythms, she specifically took a liking to chord theory and Mr. Oyedeji tailored future lessons to nurture her interest. Her voice lessons, focused on proper breathing techniques, helped to improve the richness of her tone and extend her length of sustain. Mr. Oyedeji's abilities to cater to his students' personal goals and to inspire even a teenager to want to practice put him high above his peers. I can easily recommend ILS Music Conservatory highly and without reservation.
It was very convenient since my daughter was a student at the school.
We begin by learning the mechanics of the instrument and music theory. Don't believe people who say that students shouldn't learn to read music. While there are people who do well without that skill, having the ability to read music will take you so much farther.
I have a Master of Arts in Music Education from Teachers College Columbia University.