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“When I play music, the first thing I reach for is the sound, looking for a deeper and wider understanding of music. By having a strong concept of sound, the student starts to develop his/her own way of conveying emotions and experiences into music [as an] art form. That’s a great starting point.”
“Studying harmony and technique is also an important area of my teaching, as well as basic piano playing skills. This is important to establish fundamental aspects of sound and chord progressions for composition and improvisation.”
“It’s crucial to find out what each student is going for; everyone is different. Once that’s set, I develop different exercises within his/her musical realm. That could be writing a composition, establishing piano playing proficiency, or improvisation techniques for his/her main instrument.”
“The essential to me is to nurture the music devotion of the student so he/she can be in shape for the always demanding professional and artistic world.”