Set your student up for success when they join band. High school student with 6 years experience teaches flute and clarinet for beginners. If a student is new to flute or clarinet I can help them become more comfortable with their instrument and help them prepare to play as a part of a band. Learning to read music, learning about their instrument, caring for and cleaning their instrument, and fighting off those new learner frustrations are all things that I can help with.
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I love helping flutists of all levels set and achieve their goals. My teaching is focused on building a strong foundation of fundamental skills, getting curious about music and flute playing, and learning how we can tell our stories through music. A bit about me: Hailed by Gramophone as a “sensitive and virtuoso performer,” flutist Kaleb delights audiences with his commanding presence, brilliant technique, and thoughtful interpretations. Is an active solo and orchestral musician, and has performed with the Colorado Symphony Orchestra, the Grand Junction Symphony Orchestra, and the Grammy Award winning Albany Symphony Orchestra. He appeared as a soloist and as the conductor of the Colorado Flute Orchestra at the 2017 National Flute Association convention. Awards and honors are First Prize at the Bruce Ekstrand Memorial Competition, The MPIMC Prize at the Marina Piccinini International Masterclass, Winner of the Tuesday Musical Association’s Competition, and Winner of the Baldwin Wallace Concerto Competition. He has appeared as a concerto soloist with the Baldwin Wallace Symphony Orchestra, under the direction of Dwight Oltman and twice with the University of Colorado Early Music ensemble, working with Music Directors Zachary Carrettin and Robert Hill. As a teacher and clinician, has been on the faculty of the Baldwin Wallace Community Music School and The Joyful Noise Neighborhood Music School. Received his Bachelor’s degree from the Baldwin Wallace Conservatory of Music, a Master of Music and a Doctor of Musical Arts from the University of Colorado Boulder, where he was a graduate Teaching Assistant, member of the graduate woodwind quintet, and lead TA for the College of Music. His principal teachers include George Pope, Christina Jennings, Damian Bursill-Hall and Andrei Pidkivka. His other significant influences have been Brook Ferguson and Amy Porter. Debut album, Grieg: Violin Sonatas for Flute, with pianist Nathália Kato, is available from MSR Classics.
Transverse flute · Music theory · Flute (recorder)
Experienced flute teacher! I have a few openings for new students. I welcome students of all ages and abilities. Let's talk about your goals and how I can help you achieve them. I have over 30 years of experience teaching hundreds of students of all ages.
Music theory lessons · Transverse flute · Flute (recorder)
Learn sax, clarinet, or flute. Ben uses an individualized practice plan for every lesson that caters to the students’ needs. Lessons cater to the student's needs. The curriculum includes the following array of skills: Instrumental technique, improvisation, composition, and repertoire building of both jazz and classical pieces. Many of Ben’s students have gone on to study at music schools. Some have even become professional musicians! Currently, all lessons are taught on "Zoom."
Saxophone · Clarinet · Flute (recorder)
Trusted teacher: I have been teaching for over 15 years and teach flute from beginner to college level. I teach from home, at a music store, and online. I play with two professional orchestras. Almost all my students are 1st chair/principal in their schools.
Transverse flute · Flute (recorder)
I teach private violin, viola, and recorder lessons either in person or online, and I have taught private students for the past six years. I tailor lessons specifically to student goals, and I want students to notice that they are reaching their desired goals after taking lessons with me. I provide all students with a safe and supportive learning environment in order to achieve the best results.
Violin · Viola · Flute (recorder)
I teach the clarinet, flute and saxophone for more than 30 years and proudly can say that I helped to improve and gave a new professional path to the hundreds of students in US and overseas. I am holding a Master’s degree from St. Petersburg State Conservatory (Russia), where I studied clarinet and saxophone. St. Petersburg State Conservatory, where I picked up saxophone in addition to studying clarinet. Simultaneously, I worked as a principal clarinetist at the St.Peterburg Symphony Orchestra. Not long after, I won second place in the All-Union USSR Clarinet Competition. Upon graduating from the Conservatory, I worked as the principal clarinetist in Kiev’s State Opera House and soon after was offered a position as a clarinet and saxophone professor at my alma mater, Kiev State R.M. Gliere Higher College of Music. If you want to learn to play the clarinet, flute or saxophone - and more so if your daughter or son does - the most promising way is to find a good teacher and take lessons. Learning to play a musical instrument like the clarinet, flute or saxophone is more than an intellectual process, that you may manage by abstract learning. Very much alike when learning to play the instruments there are a lot of things (how to sit, hold the instrument, your embouchure, how to breathe and move relaxed, how to control a tone) to train simultaneously and these things ought to be checked. The beginning can be difficult, and you can do a lot of things really wrong (and get used to that). Especially for the first hours it is worth to have a good teacher. I am looking forward to teaching you music!
Clarinet · Flute (recorder) · Saxophone