Cultivate Creativity Music Lessons

Cultivate Creativity Music Lessons

5.0 (1)
1 employee
6 years in business

About this pro

Mission: Music has been one of the great gifts of my life. It has continuously been a source of joy, connection, and healing. My goal is to nurture a student's relationship to music by nurturing their innate creativity. There are endless ways to build a relationship with music: Want to learn how to compose? Play by ear? Want to learn your favorite song? Or how to read music? Maybe you're heady and want to learn music theory! I tailor your lessons specific to your interests with your direct input. Learning music can be work, but it should first and foresmost be enjoyable!

My instruments: intermediate-advanced piano (including classical), beginner-intermediate guitar, beginner-intermediate singing.

I began classicaly training on piano at age 5, singing in choirs at grade 5, and teaching myself guitar at age 20. I have been performing in bands and as a solo act as a singer, guitar player and pianist since 2015.

I enjoy seeing the progress of students, I especially enjoy when I see evidence of progress in a student's enhanced ability to express themselves musically. I also enjoy the connections I form with my students and get immense satisfaction in the opportunity to offer my experience, knowledge and passion for music.

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Detroit, MI 48210
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1 Review

5.0

  • Marissa stern

    Jordan is an amazing teacher. She is able to quickly troubleshoot your musical challenges and offer exercises to establish a better practice skill. She’s very motivating and well versed in piano technique.



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

1. What are your goals? playing covers, reading music, writing music, music theory playing by ear, playing with others, etc.

2. I determine the student's level by asking about experience and an a brief assessment relevant to the type of skills the student would like to learn (for example: there are different assessments for classical vs playing by ear)

3. Let's set some achievable, timely goals

4. Tailor lesson plans to those goals