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Over the last few months I've been teaching ALL flute lessons online, due to the continuing spread of Covid-19 in our community. While virtual lessons aren't quite the same as the in-studio experience, I've found there are some advantages to teaching online:
1) No one has to wear a mask!
2) Lessons aren't canceled due to weather or traffic issues!
3) More opportunities for students to interact with each other in group sessions on Zoom!
4) I get to meet my students' pet dogs, cats, even fish!
I'm currently accepting *NEW* students for the 2020-2021 school year! All lessons will continue online only until further notice.
Online lesson platforms: Zoom, Skype, and Google Duo. For
more information about online flute lessons, please read:
Curious about online lessons? Please send inquiries through the Contact Form.
Flute Lessons Online: No Face Shield Required!
Scheduling Flute Lessons
I offer 30-minute and 45-minute weekly flute lessons (see below for recommendations). Whatever the student's skill level, a weekly private lesson provides individual attention that helps the student to advance more quickly. Studying weekly with a flute specialist gives the student more in-depth instruction on skills unique to the flute, i.e. vibrato, articulation, and alternate fingerings. I'm happy to schedule a trial lesson with your student! Please contact me for availability, pricing, and to schedule a trial lesson.
PLEASE NOTE: Due to the ongoing coronavirus situation, all lessons are being taught online until further notice.
30-minute Flute Lessons
Weekly 30-minute lessons are best for beginners -- students who have played
1-2 years. Weekly lessons provide continuity, help students retain what they are learning in band, reinforce new concepts, and prevent bad habits from taking hold.
45-minute Flute Lessons
Weekly 45-minute lessons are highly recommended for more advanced students
-- 8th-grade and up -- who are preparing auditions or need more of a challenge. Students get more in-depth instruction on advanced concepts, i.e. vibrato, articulation styles, and musicality. Plus, the longer lesson allows more personal coaching time for upcoming district, state, or college auditions and solo/ensemble festivals.