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Alan Schechter
79 Jimal Dr, Middletown NY, 10940
Instruments: Clarinet, Conducting, Drums, Flute, Horn, Percussion, Piccolo, Saxophone, Trombone, Trumpet, Tuba
Styles: Classical
Levels: Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Experience: 6 years
Rate: $40 / hr
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Personal Statement
 
Whether you are a beginner just starting out on an instrument, or you are busy preparing NYSSMA auditions, college auditions,..etc, you will do well choosing me as your guide. I graduated with a degree in music education from the prestigious Crane School of Music, and have a passion for teaching music, bringing my love of music to the youth of my area. I make it fun for the students, I make them laugh, and they learn a lot while enjoying themselves. Playing music is enjoyable, and I never let a student forget that. If you are in the Middletown area, and you want to excel on a musical instrument, please contact me. I start with $20 per half hour lesson, very reasonable, and you will reap the benefits.
 
Education / Training
 
I graduated with a degree in music education and music performance from the Crane School of Music, in Potsdam, NY, while earning the Performer's Certificate. There I studied with Kenneth Andrews, the former principal flutist of the Montral Symphony. Previous teachers also included Linda Marionello, Brad Garner, and Julius Baker..
 


 

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