My Teaching Methods
Music lessons are one-on-one so that each learner receives the personalized support they need to flourish. However, students also have the opportunity to perform with other students during recitals. I follow a comprehensive approach for everything from my piano lessons to my violin lessons. My goal is to cultivate students who not only have a strong grasp of music theory and technique but also feel comfortable with experimentation and exploration.
My instructional plans combine traditional training and the Suzuki method. The traditional lessons teach them the technical skills needed for effective performance, while the Suzuki method helps students achieve mastery more quickly. I also utilize Faber, Alfred, and Bastien curricula when appropriate, as well as “Music for Little Mozarts” for younger students.
For a more interactive learning experience, my piano lessons incorporate an intelligent digital keyboard. This method helps students better understand music theory. To learn more about my teaching methods, please contact me.