We found 25 instructors for Tuba lessons in and around Mount Vernon, NY.


Charles Bellinger

Charles Bellinger

Tuba

It depends on the student. Some learn fast and some learn slow, but i am very patient.

bronx, NY  10461

John Williams

John Williams

Tuba

I am firm, yet fair. I strive to impart the knowledge that was given to me by the top schoolseducators in the world. My students' success is my main focus.

Bronx, NY  10453

Ronald Wilkins

Ronald Wilkins

Tuba

I believe in giving the student a focused, well rounded lesson, with emphasis on fundamentals, theory, technical development, and creativity. My teaching is based on celebrating the joy of music learning and performance, with attention to the discipline of regular practice. I make the lessons fun and informative. I am always searching for better teaching tools to assist the student in their...

New York, NY  10040

brian viola

brian viola

Tuba

My approach to teaching, is to try to make it fun and rewarding especially for younger students. enthusiasm is everything. I'll find out what kind of music the student enjoys, and try to mix that in. I also introduce proper fingering techniques and music theory, based on the students level of maturity and their ability to absorb it.

mamaroneck, NY  10543

Frank Huber

Frank Huber

Tuba

What I teach varies from student to student depending on the individual’s level of playing and their specific needs. Beginners typically receive material ranging from Hickman publications to Rubank books. More advanced players will use an approach to the James Stamp method that has been established and adopted by Pierre Thibaud, Marry Hastings, and myself. In addition, students work on solo...

White Plains, NY  10607

David Tang

David Tang

Tuba

I believe that every student is a unique individual. I always try my best to know my student and teach based on their experiences, interests, and strengths. I hope that, through this constructivist method, my students would be affirmed and learn to take ownership of their education.

New York, NY  10026

kwaku otchere

kwaku otchere

Tuba

teaching is shearing knowledge and helping others to understand what i was thought, everyone has a different way of comprehending information. i like to approach teaching music using repetition and muscle memory. in order to do this i introduce sets of scales and tones to practice with or without my help this way its done more often and it makes it easier to move to more advance levels.

queens, NY  11368

Donny albrecht

Donny albrecht

Tuba

Three prong approach: what is the students ability? What is his or her goals " if he or she doesn't have them then I will assist in cultivating them". A individualistic approach to the students goals and challenges that he or she faces.

long island city, NY  11104

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