Fall Semester Music Lessons

It feels like it’s been forever since I’ve made a blog post. The last two months have been quite busy between Linux certification study (have focused on LPI Linux essentials as a starting point) and working on continuing music education. I’ll be renewing my Georgia educator certificate next year, and to meet renewal requirements, I took a course on arranging via VanderCook’s MECA courses. Ken Snoeck was the instructor, and he did a fine job.

On to the subject at hand: music lessons. If you would like to receive private instruction in saxophone performance and / or music theory, make sure you fill out the form on the contact page. Starting this semester (August), I’m offering something different: Video chat lessons. I understand it can be difficult to schedule around transportation — in particular if you’re a young student and cannot drive yourself; thus, using Zoom conferencing, I’m going to offer both saxophone and music theory lessons remotely. There is no different in cost between in-person and remote lessons— just the flexibility afforded by having both options. I’ll be updating the Music Services page with more details over the course of this week — in particular some tutorials for using the Zoom conferencing client.

Here’s to another great academic year of music education!

Posted on August 10, 2019 and filed under Music.