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A short inspiring read about the real JOY of music

Our music teaching philosophy

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At Melody Music Studios, we believe that the student should be the one to choose what he or she is interested in learning, especially for adult students. There are of course many important steps and fundamentals that all students should learn, but as far as the songs and style, that is up to the individual student. We offer traditional lessons, which includes technique (that is taught to ALL students), reading skills and playing or singing songs that are chosen by the student and instructor. By ear lessons include technique, learning music theory (in a fun way of course), improvisation and ear training. The best musician is one that is able to read music AND play by ear, but each student can choose for themselves what he/she wants to learn.

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Matt earned his Bachelor of Music in Performance (violin) and Bachelor of Music Education with Distinction and Arts Leadership Certificate, graduating on the Dean’s List from the Eastman School of Music in Rochester, NY in 2012. He was awarded a full scholarship. Matt’s currently pursuing his Master of Music in Performance for Violin. From 2007-2008, he attended the Manhattan School of Music. Matt has performed at Carnegie Hall with both the New York Youth Symphony, as well as with a piano trio, and has performed internationally as a soloist. Most recently, Matt received a fellowship to perform with the National Repertory Orchestra in Breckenridge, Colorado. He is also on the substitute list for the New World Symphony, in Miami Beach, Florida. Matt began teaching in 2004 while still in high school and completed his student teaching, as well a violin teaching assistant for a performing and creative arts school…

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Jennifer began her career at age 10 as a Mouseketeer on all 7 seasons of The Disney Channel’s “New Mickey Mouse Club”. Jennifer graduated with honors from Tisch School of the Arts at New York University in 1999, where she earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Undergraduate Drama. For the last 20 years, Jennifer has performed in concerts all over the world, and also returned to Disney to perform in EPCOT Center’s “American Vybe” a capella group and Animal Kingdom’s “Tarzan Rocks!” show, as well as to coach high school choral groups as a Disney Clinician for “Disney’s Magic Music Days”. Jennifer has been a studio/session singer since age 10, a songwriter since age 16, and a worship leader in FL and TN. Jennifer has been teaching since 2001, her styles including Pop, R&B, Blues, Country, Musical Theater, Rock, Gospel, Jazz, and basic Opera (warm ups based on…

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