Let the Fun Begin Music Lessons
The objective of my lessons are to make music fun for the student so that they will continue to love music and want to play, sing or dance. Lessons are an “extra-curricular” activity and if they are not fun, the student will not want to continue. Lessons are planned on an individual basis formed to fit the each student.
We get the student playing as quickly as possible and then start to add technique as we go. Time is spent on sight-reading and rhythm recognition. Theory is incorporated into the lesson. We will work on some classical repertoire as well as some fiddle repertoire to make a more well rounded musician.
Learn step-by-step how to play melody, harmony and rhythm at the same time on one ukulele! The ukulele is a wonderful instrument because it plays all styles/genres of music well!
Exercises to improve breathing and vocal range are studied at each lesson. Diction is focused on. We will work on repertoire chosen by both myself and the student. Genres may include musical theatre, pop, country, classical.
This is a singing group lesson for ages 9-12 or 13-17. Participants must be able to hold pitch. The main focus of the group is to perform repertoire with choreography. Time will be spent as a group on breathing, increasing vocal range, diction and limited harmony singing. The main musical genre will be Musical Theatre repetoire.
Harmonizers is a singing group lesson for ages 13-18. The main focus of the group is to work on Harmony Singing with different styles of repetoire. Some choreography may be added. Time will be spent as a group on breathing, increasing vocal range, diction and harmony singing.
We will study both the Old Time and Ottawa Valley styles of stepdancing. All Classes will include both Stepdancing & Clogging. All Stepdancing/Clogging classes are recreational.
Waterloo - Main Studio (IN PERSON)
(Monday to Friday)
258 Lincoln Road, Waterloo
ONLINE LESSONS available via Zoom platform
Semi-Private (2 students)
Group (3 or more students)
Larger Group Courses
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