August 12, 2014

Music Lessons

Choosing a music teacher for yourself or your child is one of the most important decisions you will make in their musical education. There are many important questions you will need to ask of potential instructors. As a student, you will also need to take into consideration what your goals are in the study of a musical instrument. Most people do not realize that there are many types of teachers who teach many types/styles/varieties of music. If you are looking for a teacher who can teach in a classical manner, you will most likely need a different teacher than if you want to learn jazz. Be sure to find out what lessons will consist of as far as what is taught and how it is taught. Tips on how to select a teacher  will be beneficial to the process.

Reisinger Conservatory of Music, Music Lessons

Music Lessons
About Carolyn
Carolyn is a highly qualified and sought after instructor. Carolyn has been a piano instructor and performer since 1979. Experience: Over 35 years performance and teaching experience. Education: B.A Performance and Pedagogy Degree (Valley City State University) M.S. Performance and Pedagogy Degree (Moorhead State University) Kindermusik Certificate Courses completed in Taubman Method St. Cloud State University Courses completed at College of St. Catherine Nationally Certified Teacher of Music (NCTM) Permanent Professional Certificate Music Teachers National Association (MTNA) Professional Associations: Member of Minnesota Music Teachers Association (MMTA) Member of Music Teachers National Association (MTNA) Member of National Federation of Music Clubs (NFMC) Member of South Suburban Music Teachers Association ( SSMTA) Member of Apple Valley Music Teachers Association (AVMTA)
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