Susan Salmon Music Lessons

Susan Salmon Music Lessons

5.0 (3)

About this pro

With over 3 decades of teaching students of all ages, and working as a Professional musician, I am very passionate about teaching.

I have taught at Chet's Music Center, Manayunk Center of the Arts, Sunset Music, Northridge Music and I currently work at Black Horse Music in Runnemede NJ and private lessons at my house.

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Woodbury, NJ 08096
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3 Reviews

5.0

  • Sandy and Chris Hall North Ridge Music School

    Susan Salmon is a skilled teacher and wonderful person. She taught at our music school in Philadelphia, North Ridge Music School for several years and our students and families adored her. Susan music seriously and is well versed in theory but able to translate her expertise in a form that is interesting and engaging to her students. She is reliable, loyal, dedicated, kind, authentic and excellent with young children through adults. We highly recommend her. It is rare to find a person with her level of experience as a professional musician and music teacher so dedicated to her craft and her students.

  • Terry Archie

    Without a doubt Mrs. Salmon is one of the best music teachers in South Jersey! Mrs. Salmon is teaching my daughter to play the guitar. Right away my daughter started learning to play. My daughter was in the 4th grade and started playing with the 5th grade band. Mrs. Salmon is very patient and dedicated to her students. She is also very reasonable with her prices for lessons. I would recommend her to anyone who wants to play any instrument.

  • Danielle R.

    Miss Susan is a wonderful music teacher. She is very is very knowledgeable, patient and kind. I highly recommend her for beginners as well as experienced musicians. Danielle R.



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FAQs


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

I get to know the student.

I find out which direction they want to go in, classical, jazz, pop...etc

I like to teach reading along with ear training because I think they are both equally important!


What questions should students think through before talking to teachers about their needs?

I get to know the student and see what direction they would like to go in.

I like to teach theory and ear training side by side because I believe both are important.

If the student shows signs of more creativity, I go in that direction.