Truth be told this will be the beginning of my lesson career, but I have a good amount of musical knowledge. I also have experience in auditioning and because its one of the most difficult performances for musicians I would really like to help those in need of preparation.
Music is about community and coming together to share our experiences through music, which is why I enjoy working in music. One of my professors in college had made a point that it is a purely human creation and that we are lucky to be able to comprehend it, and I want to help others cultivate their comprehension of it as I also continue to cultivate mine.
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Learning how much they know about the piano or theory, what kind of learner they are, and what music they like. After gaining that knowledge, moving forward to steadily build their techniques and repertoire.
I major on Music studies and have been playing piano for 7 years. I have been under the instruction of a teacher for about 5 years all together.
$35 for an hour, $25 for a half hour
I just went for it.
At my university we have New Music Ensemble that I've gained an interest in. They do 20th century music, so it's always an interesting show. The ensemble have me a new found love for 20th century and atonal music.
Do not hesitate to give any teacher a try because if you don't feel as though you can learn a lot from them you can find another one, but they may very well have a lot to offer. Also, giving different teachers a chance will allow you to find the right fit, as well as gain exposure to different styles in terms of teaching and playing.
Students should think through questions pertaining to the music they're playing. Questions that have to do with technique, style, and how they could make thier performance even better.