As an experienced and qualified teacher, I have passonately enjoyed the music profession. I am always thrilled to see a student that I haved helped succed in accomplishing their musical goals and desires. The utmost best customer experiance. Aware of every student's goals and needs.
I teach Piano, Voice, Guitar, Bass, Drums, Percussion, Harmonica, Ukulele, Mandolin and More.
Also, I Restore - Repair - Setup - Customize and Guitar, Violins as well as all other musical stringes instruments.
In the music business since 1950.
Al Ynigues, Music Teacher & Restorations
Al Ynigues was very welcoming and friendly, and my first drum lesson went as well as could be expected for an extremely rhythm challenged student. Mr. Ynigues lesson plan was well organized and presented.
I always greet each student and their parents with a cheerful warm welcome.
Proceeding with the previous assignment, checking to to see what areas still need some polishing.
If the student has accomplished their weely goals, then I introduce the new lessons for the coming week.
Always rewarding and incourageing to embrace new challenges.
In the music business since early 1950's.
Music Major at USC and UCLA.
Attended Berkley School of Music in Boston, MA.
Teaching Since 1960.
Was a sideman playing either
upright bass or rhymth guitar for
Duke Ellington, Count Basie, Buddy Rich, Stan Kenton, Kris Kristofferson to name a few.
Tuition is always a generous flat fee.
For 5 - 12 y/o $76.50 for the entire month. Once a week for 1/2 hour. With motivational assignments to practice at home.
For more dedicated students with higher expectations,
$149.00 for the entire month. Once a week for 1 hour.
With motivational assignments to practice at home.
Started teaching guitar on the campus of LOS ANGELES CITY COLLEGE to one private student.
The year was 1960.
Students from all walks of life including individuls with special needs, international as well as with a few geniuses and some students with comprehension issuses.
From ages 5 to seniors.
Some former student still retain their contact with me.
The most recent fond memories are when I invited some of my student s to perform some of my original Christmas Music with me on the grand stage of MALL of AMERICA and at Minnesota State Faire!!
Best advice for aquiring a music teacher would be:
1. Have a Greet and Meet in their music studio.
2, Ask for qualifications.
3. Ask lots of questions.
4. Ask for references from other students.
5. Ask what music association - guilds - unions ect. which they are associated. Past or Present.
6. Ask about the studio policies.
7. Also, ask about the purchase of your instrument.
Is the teacher interested in each individual?
Are the lessons in line with the needs of the student?
How long has the teacher been teaching?
Does the studio policy allow for MAKE - UPs?
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