I've studied piano music at private conservatories and at the college level. I've been playing keyboard instruments for about 30 years.
My approach to piano instruction is partly one-on-one (classical), partly computer-based (digital), and genre-specific based on learner interests (individualized). Learners can expect to become increasingly musically literate and creative. From practicing with backing tracks, duets, and ensembles, MPS students learn to play with other musicians.
As musicians, MPS learners are encouraged to replicate the music of others and create music of their own.
I enjoy assisting others in learning to play whatever they love and helping them to overcome any obstacles that seem to interfere with personal growth as a musicians.
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After initial interview and depending on prior background and age, I would usually begin with an assessment of theoretical knowledge and aural/rhythmic sensitivity. This is followed by discussion of personal goals and mapping of an instructional plan.
Specialist Certificate in Music Theory and Counterpoint (Berklee)
BA Education (Global University)
MS Instructional Design and Technology (Walden University)