Matthew Weinman
291 Abbey Drive, Somerset NJ, 08873
Instruments: Early Music, Lute, Musicology, Theory
Styles: Classical, Other
Levels: Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Experience: 20 years
Rate: $60 / hr
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Personal Statement
Greetings all. My Name is Matthew Weinman and I am a 30 year Veteran of the Renaissance Lute, Vihuela, and Theorbo, Specializing in Music of The Renaissance and Baroque. I am a Graduate of Manness College of Music B.M. and Columbia University M.A. with N.J. State Teaching Certification.
Renaissance Lute: all levels welcome.
Music Theory: Harmony & Voice Leading, Species Counterpoint, Figured bass, chord chart reading, Harmonic Analysis, composition, improvisation. Ear Training: Solfege, interval and chord identification, dictation. Exceptionally patient, highly energetic, lessons upbeat and full of humor and encouragement. Great rapport with Kids and beginners of all ages. Music theory anxiety!!! worry no more, I promise to make it easy. Help with Homework and test preparation.
Education / Training
Graduate Mannes College of Music, B.M. Historical Performance Graduate Columbia University, M.A. Musicology & Music Education. Lute & Theorbo Studies with Pat O'Brien & Paul O'Dette. Private Music Theory & Composition Studies with: Dan Cataneo & Maria Rojas, David Loeb, Robert Cuckson.
K-12 N.J. State certified Music Teacher
Matthew Weinman with
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