Private LessonsPrivate lessons can be a great experience for any child interested in music. Generally this requires purchasing or renting an instrument, committing to weekly lessons with a private teacher, and practicing at home during the week. This is a great way for students to learn more about music and to be a part of something they can really be proud of. Playing music makes kids think in a way that they might not when studying other subjects and requires students to learn about hard work and self discipline. After mastering their first song on a new instrument kids will undoubtably feel a sense of pride in doing something on their own that they can share with others.I've compiled a list of area teachers for different instruments below. If you have any suggestions for other teachers you have worked with I would be happy to add them.
Cami Anderson 375-9783
Ed Bruenjes 376-8474
Nancy Crump 372-8163 (flute also)Martha Erickson 372-1617Jill Fiedersdorf 812-350-9854
Cynthia Stephenson 378-5117
Aubrie Yeh 603-396-3704Claudia Slabaugh Luke22. 19. 20 @ gmail.com (flute and harp also).
Columbus Philharmonic Strings Program – run at CSA - Lincoln
Camilla Kincer 378-0525
Laura Andrews 372-6030
Camilla Gehring (see Mr. Kohne for details)Nicholas Kohne 376-4447; firstname.lastname@example.org
Guitar:Mark Yeaton at email@example.comTom Pickett Music Center 372-6700 (various instructors)Albert Nolting - 350-7043; firstname.lastname@example.orgNicholas Kohne 376-4447; email@example.com