Hello there, I feel what I do stands out because after 37 years playing and 33 years of teaching and performing I continue to strive to get better and grow. This translates into an overall better understanding of what each student needs to help them get better on their musical journey.
With plenty of musical experience, I am able to relate to and teach musical students of all ages.
Teaching and performing is all I've done since before I was 18 yrs old. I'm now 51 and still as passionate as ever in helping each and every student achieve their personal goals.
It's an honor and privilege to help people learn to express themselves through music!
My daughter just started learning piano from Corey and is really enjoying it. He makes learning fun!
Not only is he the most knowledgeable person I’ve ever worked with but he makes it fun
He is an extremely talented musician, and a patient and fun teacher
Corey is a excellent music instructor. As a beginner with guitar he instructed me within a years time to play songs and launch my own gigs. I have a passion for music and entertaining and Coreys systematic approach guided me to my goal to play live on stage. I highly recommend Corey because his patient and highly effective lessons are all a great experience.
My typical process with a new student is talking to them about any musical experience they might have. Then speaking to them about any possible goals they would like to achieve.
I have my AS degree in music specializing in Classical guitar and have been teaching and performing full time for over 32 years.
I started teaching in students homes on Long Island! I then taught privately and have always owned my own school.
I have worked with all types of students and personalities.
I try to focus on what the student needs and I adjust my teaching method to help each one accordingly.
I would suggest looking at the experience of a teacher. Is this something they do full time? Or part time?
I feel this is more important than cost.
What type of music do they prefer?
How much time do they have to dedicate to learning an instrument?
A realistic goal or goals?
Do they have an instrument?