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Hi, my name is Kenton Jackson, founder of Strive School of Music. Strive School of Music is more than Music, Instrumental, Vocal private and group lesson, we are a family of Musician that build personal relationships with our community, city, and state. We are bridge builders in our city. We are a bilingual company that provides effective methods to learn music. I have several locations to teach from. We also travel for group lessons. I have a wonderful Staff that assist me. Strive School of Music hires U of M students and industrial High school teens. Strive School of Music has prepared stude
Hello students. I love everything about music from performing to recording to composing and arranging. I graduated with a bachelor in guitar in 2014 and have been teaching private and group lessons for the past 9 years. I have had lots of experience playing in different musical groups and bands that has made me into a very well rounded musician. I play and teach a variety of styles and I try to incorporate modern music theory practically to help my students grow as musicians overall. Check out my website below as well to learn more. Thanks and looking forward to working together!
My teaching approach:
I ascribe to a student-centered learning program, aka - i teach to my student's self-direction. What the student want's to know is what I teach. Typically a novice student is playing basic material within two to six weeks based on skill level.
My guitar lessons take place in:
In the student's home
Guitar Lessons with me take place in the following areas:
Anywhere in the Memphis area.
Lead guitar, Rhythm guitar, Open tuning, Fingerpicking, Slide Guitar, Vocal Accompaniment, Performance, Improvisation, Jamming Skills, Reading Music, Music Theory, Scale
My teaching approach: Specializing in Guitar and Mandolin Chord Transposition, Scales, Arpeggios and Tab My influences are: So Many! My guitar lessons take place in: The teacher's studio or the student's home Guitar Lessons with me take place in the following areas: U of M Guitar Techniques: Lead guitar, Rhythm guitar, Fingerstyle, Slide Guitar, Performance, Jamming Skills, Scales and Exercises, Song Writing
My teaching approach:
I usually sit down and talk to the student for a few minutes to figure out what their immediate and long-term goal with the instrument are. After that is established, I like to start with the foundations of music theory and basic guitar technique. After the student has begun to acquire a basic command of the instrument, we move into learning songs. I let the student choose the songs and music they want to learn, while occasionally assigning songs of my choosing which I feel would help the student reach his/her musical goals. The student will be sent home with materials to
I teach music theory, and voice too.
I have been playing off and on professionally now for about 10 years. I am 26, and as a performer, I am addicted. I am teaching now to help others, especially kids, learn to jam with other people. It's a lost art as most musicians don't understand theory these days, and most of them have no idea what it means to listen and work with to other people.
Things I focus on:
-Well rounded Musicianship
-Organized practice sessions
-Chord, and scale theory
-Reading music and tablature
-Basic Piano lessons to learn theory
-Voice Lessons (For those who want to sin
Hi, my name is Alex. I have been a Music teacher for15 years and have been playing music instruments since I was 10 years old. I am an enthusiastic teacher and I love teaching for so many reasons. The way I teach is simple, I teach my students how to play correctly while having fun. Whether you are a beginner or someone with a few years experience, take lessons with me and I promise that you will get better and enjoy your lessons. I look forward to meeting you and helping you reach your goals!
Passionate about teaching
I have been playing guitar since I was 10 years old, and fell in love with it from the beginning. I am currently working in releasing my own work as a musician, and have a lot of experience performing. Learning guitar can be very repetitive and tiresome, so making sure that learning is enjoyable is a main priority.
NOW is the perfect time to sign up for beginning Guitar, Dobro, Bass, or Accordion lessons.I currently have guitar students between the ages of 12 and 60. I've found that kids need to be about 8-9 to be able to physically play the guitar, but younger kids can learn the dobro, bass, and accordion. Sign up NOW for a lesson time between 5:00-7:00 p.m. on weeknights. I currently play acoustic guitar and dobro in a local bluegrass band. Let me know what songs or what band you like, and I'll teach you THOSE songs in chords that are easier to play as a beginner, then teach you how to play those songs
Welcome to School of Rock Memphis, where students learn to rock their worlds. Perfectly poised in the heart of Memphis’s bustling music ecosystem, School of Rock Memphis has the right teachers, instruments, and programs your student needs to jam their way to success.
School of Rock isn’t just about creating killer musicians with a lasting love for all things rock. Because life isn’t a solo act, we’re equally focused on creating awesome bands of friends and musicians. We’re as much about orchestrating a community in Memphis full of cool experiences as we are about
My teaching approach: Hello there, if you're reading this you've came to the right place !! I have an Ibanez ART100 electric guitar, a boss ME 25 multi effects/loop station and a 65 watt Kustom amplifier . I have a thorough knowledge of music . I will teach you how to find the 1,4,5 chord progression in any key. i will teach you all of the scales for lead guitar in any key. i will teach you all of the chords . i will show you the relative major and minors to every note, so come learn today ! My influences are: Jerry Cantrell , Jimmy Paige , Kirk Hammet , John Frusciante ,Tom Morello , Sl
“It gets easier and easier! The beginning is the hardest part. Like pushing a car that’s come to a dead stop: The first 5 feet are the hardest, but the last 5 feet ….the car is flying down the road, and you have to jump in to put on the brakes! Realize anything worthwhile takes persistence. "
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