Corey Hendricks
2722 Kenneth Court, Minnetonka MN, 55305
Instruments: Audio Recording, Composition, Ear Training, Guitar, Theory
Styles: Jazz, Rock - Alternative, Blues, Other
Levels: Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Experience: 8 years
Rate: $40 / hr
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Personal Statement
My instruction is a reflection of my own development and the trial and error in finding out what is the​ ​most efficient way of learning a new concept, then relaying this information to my students with a focus​ on all areas of musicianship; no matter what the level of musical experience. Through breaking down​ topics into smaller, clear, more manageable parts and exercises for real results week-to-week, positive​ habits and efficient learning is reinforced. Lessons also consist of learning everything in the context of​ real musical examples, as opposed to learning a "scale or chord just for the sake of learning a scale or​ chord". Within my instruction, I focus on developing a lesson plan/course of study to suit and fit your​ individual wants, needs, goals and strengths/weaknesses, all while putting an emphasis on creativity in a​ patient and encouraging environment.​


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