We found 9 instructors for Tuba lessons in and around Malvern, PA.


Ryan Honeycutt-Robinson

Ryan Honeycutt-Robinson

Tuba

I like to teach to the ability of the student. Start where the student is capable of playing so that they don't get frustrated with something too hard yet play something that's not too easy that will bore them and cause them to become disinterested in their interest.

West Chester, PA  19380

Charity Harter

Charity Harter

Tuba

I meet each student where they are educationally and emotionally and seek ways to imbue to them a love for music and their chosen instrument.

West Chester, PA  19380

Daniel Breidinger

Daniel Breidinger

Tuba

At its core, my teaching philosophy begins with having fun. It is called 'playing music' for a reason. Music education should be fun, but also engaging and challenging. This occurs first through the relationship between teacher and student, and second through the means of education. I believe part of peaking a students' musical interest involves incorporating music, hobbies, and interests they...

West Chester, PA  19380

Benjamin  Ford

Benjamin Ford

Tuba

When getting a new student I like to hear how proficient they are on their instrument. If they are a beginner, I show them the proper technique of playing the trombone, and also the proper maintenance of the instrument. I tend to have a different approach to each student, depending on what type of music they are into, and also what their overall goals are. In the same regard, I also make...

Exton, PA  19341

Michael Rilli

Michael Rilli

Tuba

Philadelphia, PA  19146

Michael Driver

Michael Driver

Tuba

I guide students to their potential. Ultimately it is up to them to progress musically through their own personal practice. I help them with technique, expression, and generally learning all the basics of their instrument so that practice can be an enjoyable experience.

Elkins Park, PA  19027

Shane Beaver

Shane Beaver

Tuba

I am the kind of person that is very hands on. There are many different ways to teach music. Some types of learners are audio learners, visual learners, and learner that learn from doing. I believe that since that there are many different ways to teach, then i should have a good set of "tools" to use. Studying Music Education at university allowed me to develop my skills as a teacher. I...

Furlong, PA  18925

Jonathan Lacy

Jonathan Lacy

Tuba

Each student is approaching their musical education for different reasons and is on a different point along their path. My teaching strategies reflect this by respecting students' and their families perspective while comfortably adding my own musical experiences and one-on-one teaching talents to the mix to get each student further along, one step at a time.

Lancaster, PA  17602

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