Want to know about music teaching near me? I live and teach in the city of New York, near Manhattan and I have some interesting things to say about my home city! If you are interested in learning more about music or you are looking for a New York school that offers lessons of all kinds, let me recommend you to my website and what I know about teaching music in New York City at this time.
New York University is now a very large private research university in New York City located at Battery Park. chartered in 18 31 by the New York State Legislature, NYU has a long and storied history as an institution for higher learning in the New York area.
When I was a child, I remember going to school in the late afternoon on weekdays, sometimes after classes had ended and sometimes when they were beginning. We all sat in the lobby of the building we used as our school and it was usually a very bright sunny day.
The first thing that we would learn about music teaching in New York was that it didn’t matter what time it was, we would end up finding someone to teach us Go for more info. There was always a waiting list of people wanting to learn more about music teaching. As a matter of fact, we found it was very difficult to get in the door at all because we often had to wait for an entire school day to get in before being allowed to start class the next day.
My best memory of music teaching in New York is of a large classroom filled with students who sat in their clothes – some wearing sports jerseys, some not, but all looking up and working on their music. We were taught the basics of music theory, multiplication tables (inaccuracies in music are often forgotten about), rhythm and structure as well as an introduction to music notation and some very basic chord structures.
The next two days consisted of weekly composition lessons and then studio work in which we tried on different types of music and wrote a simple piece of music to play. After our second week, we had a final composition, performed by our classmates, which ended up being covered on “American Idol” and was played at our graduation party.