During Covid-19, we've been able to develop ways to teach in-studio safely, with distancing for piano, cello and theory lessons, and air flow through the studio. I'm requiring students who are in-studio to have a mask during the lesson, and of course I will wear one too. I've been impressed with how willing students have been to wear them, and I feel it's a respectful and helpful way to contribute to getting through the pandemic.
Keep in mind that online lessons will always be an option for you, and these new online skills we've learned will make it much easier when you or your child has a cold, or it's a snow day, or a car giving trouble. And kids who are too sick for school are also too sick for music lessons - so online it is, if they're up to it! I'll be using my Zoom meeting number 511-965-0781: enter it, and you'll be in the Waiting Room. I'll join as soon as I can. If the previous student is in-studio, I may be a moment or two late because of changing formats and going upstairs to re-open Zoom. I've sent the password to you by email. Text me if you forgot!
Fees (see Lessons tab) remain the same as last year, and the year's total is payable
Voice lessons! Now available in studio or online Fridays, with my daughter Eve Daniell, who is living here again (during Covid) away from her performance career in the UK. Let me know if you're interested and I'll put you in touch - or email Eve at email@example.com
Working on theory? Here are links to the playlists I set up on YouTube!
Levels 1 - 8: RCM 1-8 Music appreciation - YouTube
Level 9 History: RCM 9 Music History - overview - YouTube
Level10 History: RCM 10 Music History - middle ages to Classical - YouTube
ARCT History: RCM ARCT Music History - Romantic, Modern - YouTube