Andrew Goldstein Voice, Piano, Saxophone, Theory Lessons

Andrew Goldstein Voice, Piano, Saxophone, Theory Lessons

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About this pro

Online voice, piano, saxophone, and theory lessons from the comfort of your home! I offer affordable lessons in a variety of packages, and every lesson is tailored to fit YOUR learning style and goals.  I combine my performance experience and technical knowledge with my music education background to make sure you can sing or play whatever you want with good technique!  

I always knew I wanted to teach and help people with what they love doing.  I am very fortunate I get to combine that with my other favorite thing, music!  

  I perform professionally in Virginia and DC while teaching Chorus part-time in public school and private lessons for voice, piano, and saxophone.  Every day is exciting!

  I started playing piano at 5, saxophone at 9, and singing at 16.  Every instrument has helped me be better at the others.  In college, I was a music education major and in both the band and chorus, because I couldn't just pick one! After that, I really wanted to learn the science of voice and how to teach, so I got my master's in voice pedagogy.  Since then I've sung in Italy, Michigan, Illinois, New Jersey, and more.  Performing has helped my teaching and teaching my performing.

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Lansdowne, VA 20176
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  • Satisfied Client

    I've never had professional vocal training before. I decided to take classes at The Music Loft to improve my vocal ability for singing and work since I'm always training customers. I highly recommend Andrew Goldstein, he is an amazing instructor- I learned so much from him. He finds your strengths but also works on your weaknesses to expand your vocal range. His professionalism and expertise are greatly appreciated. I learned a lot about how my body is an instrument and how to use the tools within to make me a better vocalist. I'm usually sent away on unexpected business trips, and Andrew was always prompt in his responses and flexible with my schedule.

  • Anonymous

    Thank you for everything! He really enjoys working with you and looks forward to your lessons every week.

  • Customer

    Andrew is a wonderful and talented instructor, my daughter has been learning piano for 1 year and she simply loves it. He has helped her improve a lot and she looks forward to her classes. You will not regret taking his lessons. ​

  • Client

    Andrew has been my voice teacher for about 2 years now. I've felt comfortable with Andrew since I met him, and our relationship has only grown stronger as I've gotten to know him. Voice lessons with him are very engaging, easy to follow, and fun. I enjoy going to voice lessons with Andrew and having discussions with him about music and learning how to properly sing. I'm currently a student in the process of applying to be a music major, and Andrew has guided me along the way and made the process a lot less nerve-wracking than otherwise. I'd highly recommend Andrew, especially if you're looking to pursue music in the future. ​

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What is your typical process for working with a new student?

I always want to hear what YOU want to do.  What are your goals, favorite types of music, and previous experience? Together we'll create a game plan for our lessons, and I make sure whatever you want to sing or play is rooted in a healthy and flexible technique.  If you are a member of a school or community chorus or band, we can incorporate that into the lessons.

What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?
Andrew Goldstein is an active singer and teacher in the Washington DC and northern Virginia areas. A performer with the Washington National Opera and Maryland Lyric Opera chorus, he has also performed as a soloist and in operas in Italy, Michigan, Illinois, and more, and is currently a member of the online choir Vox Clamantis.
Andrew has taught K-12 general music, band, and chorus in Fairfax and Loudoun County public schools, and teaches voice, piano, and saxophone privately in Ashburn, Herndon, and online.
Under the direction of Grammy award-winning conductor Robert Shafer, Andrew sang with Shenandoah's Conservatory and Chamber Choir in Rome, Venice, Florence, and Assisi, Italy, as well as at the Strathmore Performing Arts Center in Maryland. Originally a saxophone player, he has played for over fifteen years was featured in Shenandoah Conservatory's performance at the Virginia Music Education Association conference.
Andrew received his Master's degree in Voice Pedagogy, Bachelor's in Music Education, and certification from the Contemporary Commercial Music Institute at Shenandoah Conservatory.

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

30 min- $25

30 min monthly bundle- $90

60 min- $45

60 min monthly bundle- $170

How did you get started teaching?

I have experience teaching adults and K-12 students voice, piano, saxophone and theory, and band, chorus, and general music in public schools.  I always knew I wanted to teach and help anyone get better at what they love!  

What types of students have you worked with?

All ages! I have taught adult and k-12 students for many years, and adapt my teaching style to how you learn best.

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

Make sure that the teacher includes what your goals are into your lessons, can teach in a learning style that works for you, and has the credentials to back it up!

What questions should students think through before talking to teachers about their needs?

-what are my music lesson goals?

-what is my previous experience?

-do I play any other instrument?

-is this teacher a good choice for what I want to do?

-what is my availability for lessons?