I offer private lessons on piano, saxophone, flute, and bass guitar. These lessons can be taken either in person at my home in Nashville, TN or online using the Skype video app.
One of my strong suits as a teacher is being very patient and caring with each student. I always try to find a balance of making each lesson fun, yet challenging.
I can quickly assess a student's skill level and adapt lessons to custum fit their needs, while still making sure they get the must-have basics for musical growth.
I have been teaching ages 6-adult for 13 years.
I have played on stages for thousands of people and played on TV many times.
You can follow me to hear samples of my playing at https://www.facebook.com/bryan.meggison.1
@bryanmeggisonmusic on Instagram
Music has been the greatest joy in my life. I enjoy getting to share that joy with others and teach them how to replicate the sounds that they already listen to and love.
Bryan is very professional and makes every minute count, with the added bonus of friendliness and a great sense of humor. He stretches me as a student, but with a gentle and patient manner. His balance of knowledge and humility set him apart as a unique and desirable teacher. I love his teaching style and the way he explains new concepts, making it easy to remember them. He is an incredibly talented musician and I feel honored to glean from him. Thanks for opening up the world of Jazz to me, Bryan!
Bryan is very talented, patient and kind. My sons have benefited greatly from his teaching. We will be forever grateful!
Step 1: Make introductions, get to know each other
Step 2: Assess the student's skill level
Step 3: Write down a goal and a plan of action to achieve that goal
Step 4: Assign lesson books and other resources for student to purchase and use
Step 5: Dive in to the music!
Jazz Studies degree from University of North Texas
13 years of professional playing experience
13 years of teaching experience
Half hour lesson: $25
1-hour lesson: $50
In 2007, I started teaching piano and saxophone at Lifesong Studio in Grapevine, TX.
I've worked with students age 6 all the way up to age 63.
My favorite thing so far has been seeing a couple of my students grow up and decide to major in music when they go to college.
I guarantee 30 minutes/1 hour worth of musical growth per week of lessons with me. The other 6 days are up to you. My job is to give you the tools, knowledge and inspiration to practice the other six days of the week.
1. What tools do I need before taking music lessons?
2. Am I willing to commit daily practice for a period of at least one year to this?
3. What are my musical goals?
4. What inspired me to want to learn to play?