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(30 minute weekly private lesson for 14 weeks)
Piano (age 6 – adult)
Beginning, intermediate and advanced instruction with theory, technique, and interpretation included.
Ms. Carolyn Blake, instructor – firstname.lastname@example.org
Traditional Violin (age 10 – adult)
Beginning instruction develops basic playing skills and enhances fine motor skills. Includes proper hand positioning, good tone production, bowing rhythm patterns, and rote learning of simple tunes. Gradual introduction to music reading and theory. Also, intermediate & advanced levels. (Also appropriate for those particularly interested in Fiddle).
Mr. David Johnson, instructor - email@example.com
David Johnson has been a working violinist/fiddler since 1979. His experience includes work with orchestras, chamber music groups and, since 1986, Country singer Randy Travis's touring band.
Guitar (age 6 – adult)
Classical and/or commercial (steel-string) guitar technique and styles (including jazz, rock, blues, country, etc.). Chord shapes, location of notes on neck of guitar, scale/chord theory (especially as related to building chords), and different strum patterns.
William Fitzhugh, instructor – firstname.lastname@example.org
William “Tiger” Fitzhugh attended Berklee College of Music for 3 years and completed Bachelor and Master Degrees in classical guitar performance at Austin Peay State University. He is the author of the Hal Leonard publication "Classical Guitar for the Steel String Guitarist". A professional musician as well as an educator, he has lived in the Nashville area for over 25 years. He teaches all styles of guitar to all ages of students
Voice (age 14 – adult)
Individual singing instruction to develop and enhance the student’s tone production, breathing technique, posture, diction, phrasing, and overall musicality. Varied repertoire per student’s needs. Audition/interview required for new students.
Band/Orchestral Instruments: (7th grade – adult)
Flute, Clarinet, Oboe, Bassoon, Alto Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone, French Horn, Trumpet, and Trombone.
Robert Shankle currently teaches at Trevecca, Lipscomb, Cumberland University and Cumberland Arts Academy. His free-lance woodwind playing includes the Nashville Symphony, the Nashville Jazz Orchestra, Broadway shows, and recording work for Faith Hill, Matchbox 20, and The Temptations to recording in the Christian music field.