T&G's Music Studios

T&G's Music Studios

1 employee
6 years in business

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Violin, Viola, General Music, and Ear Training Lessons are available.  Instrumental lessons can be a traditional focus, or focus on fiddle or improv styles.  The goal is to provide students with the musical instruction they need, not just the instruction they'll pay for.

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Columbus, OH 43085
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What is your typical process for working with a new student?

Our first step with a new student is to find out their current level or experience so that we can adequately address their needs.  We then discuss availabilty and schedule an initial lesson.  That first lesson is used to evaluate a student's ability first hand and assess what direction lessons should take.  When the first lesson is through we discuss the lesson with the student and their parent, when necessary, and schedule further lessons.

What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?

The owner of T&G's Music Studios, Tyler Moore, has a degree in Violin Performance and performs regularly in the Columbus area in several Irish Folk groups.  

He has been teaching for over 10 years and continues to grow his own student base through outreach in the local schools.  His belief is that Private and Public Music Education should work hand in hand to provide students with a complete experience.

Mr. Moore focuses on technique and quality sound control, and encourages students to try new styles of music to expand their understanding of what the instrument can do as well discover sounds they may not have kniwn they would enjoy.

Do you have a standard pricing system for your lessons? If so, please share the details here.

Most lessons are 30 minutes long and cost $30.  Payment is made on a monthly basis.  

How did you get started teaching?

The owner started teaching privately in college at Ohio University.  After he graduated he continued to teach while pursuing performance opportunities with local ochestras, wedding venues, and alternative bands.

Teaching is something he finds very rewarding.  A student does not need to aspire to perform professionally to want to play well, and it's a wonderful experience to provide another person with the skills necessary to enjoy music privately or through public performance.

What types of students have you worked with?

6 to 60, begninner to advanced, Classical, Jazz, Folk, Rock, individuals, and groups. 

What advice would you give a student looking to hire a teacher in your area of expertise?

Personal connections are important.  If your gut feeling tells you to trust them, then give it a shot.  If your gut says "no", then move on to the next.  It's important that you trust the person you will be stuck in a room with for 30 minutes, once every week.

Also, be ready to work.  Teachers can't make you better, only you can make you better.  If you don't put in the time to practice what your teacher gives you then you will never make the progress you want.