Now Enrolling in
San Angelo, TX, for Fall 2018!
Looking for Suzuki that
How to Read Music?
Unique Formula Ensures Success:
Solid Skills in Reading Music,
Listening, & Writing Music
Comfortable, Natural Hands
& Playing Technique
Healthy Singing Voice
+ Socialization Emphasis
More Fun and Faster Learning!
Two (2) Lessons per Week: Private, Individual Lesson + Group Lesson
Private, Individual Lesson: Lessons are custom-tailored for each student. During the Fall Semester, students of all levels work with the teacher on Composition Projects, using Noteflight.com.
Lessons for most students are 60 minutes.
Lessons for preschool students start at 30 minutes, and gradually lengthen to 60 minutes.
Group Lesson: Students develop performance confidence, discuss music, and learn to show appreciation and support for each other's efforts. This is the favorite lesson of many of the students. They practice more, because they look forward to playing for their friends each week!
Thorough and Comprehensive Program
Duets & Ensembles
Ergonomic, Pain-Free Playing Technique is taught to all students, to prevent repetitive stress injury, trigger thumb, and carpal tunnel injury. In addition, remedial technique training is available to pianists and teachers who are recovering from injuries.
Reading Music is taught with both letters and scale degrees (solfege) for secure understanding.
Our teaching style involves the parents. Parents sit in on and are included in the lessons.
Piano Lessons based on Music Therapy techniques are available for students with Autism Spectrum Disorder, Asperger Syndrome, ADHD, and Stroke.
Member, Suzuki Piano Basics Foundation
Member, Artistry Alliance Advisory Board
Member, Music Teachers National Association
Member, Pennsylvania Music Teachers Association
Board Member, Program Chair, and Festival Committee Member, Capital Area Chapter of the PMTA
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and were taken during recitals, concerts, private lessons, or classes.
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