Having fun while learning is the key to success. At first, we'll focus is on "what does this student enjoy?" Then, you'll be given what you need.
Do you want to become a singing pianist? We can start by using the chord method and then integrate the classical method. Colleges do not teach this!
One success leads to another!
I love to see happy people achieving their goals.
Linda is very knowledgeable and patient. A pleasure to work with!
The materials used and teaching style needed must be individualized to the uniqueness of each student. This is also an ongoing process.
At no charge, I offer an initial meeting/ consultation. This time allows me to show the studio space and to adress some initial questions and concerns.
*I am a Massachusetts state certified, liscenced and experienced professional public school music teacher with both MTA and NEA memberships.
*Other memberships are with NEPTA and NATS.
A cash discount is offered and also there is a family rate discount. Please request more information on this subject.
*When I was a child I taught my friends to play the piano. By the time I was in High School I was helping the music teacher to prepare the vocalists for their concerts and Spring Musicals.
*While studying in college I was teaching private lessons.
*After becoming a WSI at the age age of 19 I was hired as the Waterfront Director for an overnight summer camp.
*My experience as a public school music teacher involved every grade level from pre-k through 12th grade.
*While teaching in the Massachusetts public school system, I had ESL, autistic and special needs classes. Sometimes these students were integrated into the various grade levels.
*In my private teaching I have worked with children as young as 2.5 years old.
*I am currently working on a Christmas video to be sent to the friends and family of a vocalist instead of sending a card.
*My recent purchase of ALEXA has made a huge difference during this preparation as well as at all lessons.
*I would suggest that they meet the teacher in person and request time to converse.
*Request to take one lesson at a time until you are sure that it's a match.
*Try more than one teacher.
*Know what kind of music you wish to learn.
*Why are you wanting to take lessons?
*Are your goals short term, long term or maybe both?
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