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We as teachers sometimes get the comment “I told him to practice, but he just didn’t want to!” Or maybe “She’d rather play outside so she puts practice off until it is too late and then she doesn’t have time …
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Thank you for your continued effort and encouragement which makes her do her best and keeps her challenged and interested.
She has always been supportive and encouraging of different projects that I want to work on, whether it be the Royal Conservatory Program, Guild Special Sonatina Program, or an individual project with a medley of songs. She understands my learning style and makes sure to provide challenges that she knows I welcome and look forward to tackling, as well as pushing me to work on techniques and eras of music that are particularly difficult.
I am grateful to Dee for inspiring me to continue pursuing music all these years, and I will take the lessons Dee has taught me as I move forward into college."
Kaitlin taught her the subtleties of playing that some teachers never teach, and some students never learn. Kaitlin taught her music theory, technique, confidence, performance skills and commitment.
In two years, my daughter advanced from being a novice player to successfully competing in the Intermediate D level of Guild in her second year participating. I am really thrilled with Kaitlin and her teaching style. She is a kind and encouraging teacher, but she also expects her students to work and be dedicated. I would recommend her to anyone."
Kaitlin is attentive and patient with kids. She tailors her approach to the age and skill level of her students. She lets the girls select songs they want to learn during the summer and the holidays to change things up from their ‘regular’ lesson books. The studio coordinates recitals and adjudications for the students. The all-around approach keeps students motivated and challenged while continuing to have fun learning music!"