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I have taught at Berklee College of Music, Club Passim School of Music, and the Concord Conservatory of Music. I am currently a visiting artist at Berklee College of Music, and Guitar and Banjo Faculty at Cambridge Music Consortium (CMC).
Why study with me?
I love my educational work, and am truly passionate about it. I have studied with some of world's greatest musicians, and taught thousands of lessons myself over ten years of professional experience as an instructor. If I have learned one thing in this process, it is that fun and effective learning strategies are the key to any successful journey of study.
As an educator, I work with each student to develop a personalized study plan designed to meet their unique goals.
This approach allows me to make a genuine and meaningful connection with my students, and makes lessons fun and engaging.
I love working with students of all ages and skill levels to further their joy and craft. I strive to promote the development of listening skills, body awareness, and humor as invaluable tools on the path towards mastering a musical instrument.
At the core of my teaching philosophy is a strong belief that music is best learned through music. Therefore, I present techniques and concepts in application through real-world musical examples. Inspired by my immersion in folk music, I am passionate about teaching by ear. Additionally, I work with my students on formal tools such as sight reading, harmonic analysis, and any other music theory or composition topic, as needed to meet their goals.
I look forward to working with you! Please feel free to contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org for more details, and to schedule an in-person or online lesson.