Lessons from someone with decades of real world musical experience, and a masters in teaching music.
It's all notes. I've worked with everyone from P Diddy to Jimmy Dean.
Hearing a student play something differently than how I would play it is an indescribable joy.
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1. Learn what's important to the student. Music is large.
2. Determine what they already know, and what they don't.
3. Begin showing them how they can get from Point B (where they are) to Point A (where they want to be)!
Decades of real world experience as a working musician.
I'm on platinum tracks. I've done Broadway, music for film, toured the world.
And I have a Master's in Music Education.
People heard me play, heard me sing, and wanted to know what I know.
I've worked with students of every level and almost every age. No one younger than 6, please.
I helped a student prepare to get into Laguardia High School. That's the school that was immortalized in FAME.
Don't choose a teacher who is going to teach what he wants to teach.
Choose a teacher who is going to teach what you want to learn.
What are your goals, musically? Both short range and long range?
How much time do you want to spend working on this each week?
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