Signature sounds is currently mobile. As the sole-proprietor, I make all the nessesary investments needed for my students so that's there's less pressure on spending money on an excessive amount of materials. Signature sounds private studios is very affordable only costing $75 an hour for one lesson a week. Of course it's up to the clients on how many times they want to meet that fits both the instructors and students schedule. Signature sounds is a small and new moving business that looks forward to expansion within the next few years.
I have made a continuous career in teaching voice and piano to students ranging from 5 to 18. I look forward to expanding my studio into an enrichment academy where small and/or large classes can be held for after-school and summer programs. Singing is my number one passion while playing the piano comes in second. I have also had the pleasure of teaching young adults how to sing and reading music so that they can re-kindle the interest in pursing
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I will start with a questionnaire to see what the students knows and if there are any prior learning experience. The first meeting is typically a consultation on what they would like to see within their learning progress and what the student wants to use the lessons for. If there are no prior learning experience from the student basic exercises and beginning levels of theory will be the start. After each mastery, the student will move on to the next level of learning.
Piano training since the age of 12
Extensive choral training since the 7th grade up to adulthood
Bachelors degree in Music from Texas Southern University
7 years of teaching music wishing private and charter schools
Current student of ACT Houston, Alternative Teachers Cerrtification Orogram
Standard pricing is $75/ hr a week (opening to meeting more than just once a week)
Meeting times depend on the availability of the student
Workbooks and training books (depending on the primary instrument) will be provided
A pencil, 3 ring binder and I highlighter is all that's needed
I started teaching through tutoring my peers during my undergrad, especially piano since it was required for all vocal student to learn how to play.
the beginning stages of my path to education started as a counselor at the Trotter Family YMCA. Which then contoured to lead to more job opportunities within the school systems.
I typically work with beginner and intermediate level student that have little to no prior learning experience. The learning style of teaching is for classical voice and piano but this style can be used as a foundation to branch out to other genres.
a recent event that I can remember is a time when one of my former students returned to my school (place of employment) after withdrawing to thank me for preparing her for the music elective she was taking at her new school. She said that my general music teaching gave her the upper hand on her new classmates when it came to reading music.
The student needs to be sure to have access to a piano or keyboard to practice (vocal piano and theory students)
The student needs to study and or practice daily if possible and have completed assignments due before the instructors next appointed practice.
How long does the student want their learning term to last?
Does the student wish to showcase their lessons through a possible recital?
How many times would the student wish to meet each week if not just once a week?
Does the student have a keyboard or piano in their home in order to practice during the instructors absence and if not how will the student go about practice the learned material?