Connecticut Music Teacher Reviews
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I've been playing guitar for a long time, but felt I was stuck in a rut. Only three lessons later from Route 7 later and I can already notice a big difference in my playing. Not teaching to a particular style, Phil's helped to expand my fluency on the fretboard and my options of "stuff that
Wow, where do I begin? Iím going to start off by saying that I understand from one caring parent to another that reviews are sometimes the only tool we have to determine the best place to send our children for lessons. We depend on reviews for information so much that I felt it is vital for
Professional, reliable, knowledgeable instruction.
Miss Taylor began teaching my son about a year and a half ago and me about 8 months ago and we both love her! She is so patient with my son (who is only 6.5 years old) and me too. She always finds ways to keep it interesting and fresh for both of us. I would recommend her to anyone, she really
Ms. Sandie puts all her heart into teaching and caring for her students. You really feel she forms a team with you to bring out the best in your child. A wonderful teacher for a young child entering the world of music.
Our daughter has been taking lessons with Ms. Taylor for a few months now she is doing very well. It's one thing to play piano well--which Ms. Taylor does, but quite another to be able to teach techniques to a young child. I am happy to say that the methods employed by this teacher has proven
She is a great piano teacher. Not only is she knowledgeable but very friendly and personable as well. I highly recommend her!
I have both a typical and a child on the spectrum, and Sandie has adjusted her teaching style for both children. Very pleased with this studio.
Four of my children studied music at summit Studios and the level of instruction was second to none. I've always felt like part of the family at Summit and my children still have music in their lives thanks to the inspiration instilled by teachers at Summit Studios!
A very patient teacher! I have always tried to understand how to play and tried other teachers before. I finally found a teacher that would take the time to explain things in a way I could understand.
This is our second year at this music studio and it is the third studio we've tried. Admin staff is good at communication. Instructors work well with both of my teens and the kids have shown consistent progress. Lots of variety of instruction style and instructor personality. Annual and semi-annual
Jim Clark is a great musician/teacher, and also a good person. I started with Jim a few months ago as an adult student and have learned more than I ever expected. Jim makes learning an instrument fun while teaching theory in a very meaningful way. I have heard many of Jim's younger students
A very comfortable studio to study in. Big comfy couches and friendly people. I've learned a lot in the short time I've been studying piano.
I happened upon the comment by ctmdjj quite by accident and was at the same recital to watch a friend's daughter. I cannot believe the person was in the audience at the same recital. I thought it was fabulous! I have a BA in dance and I can assure you these kids were learning solid technique
Studying guitar with you has made it very easy for me.an average player to pick up many leads from songs that I have loved listening to all my life! It is a great way to break-down difficult leads and by learning a little at a time, you don't find your self overwhelmed and quitting because
I enjoy my lessons with Marion immensely. I started in August 2008 and under her wonderful instruction, have been progressing at lightning TEMPO! I will recommend her to anyone who wants to learn to play the piano, no matter what age they are.
Find me another studio that actually gives a crap about how you sound, what you do as a band, and where you go with your music after you make an album then get back to me. I saw some post on here from some idiot who compared these guys to used car salesmen. Dude listen, your album probably