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The David Bridge Music Studio provides private lessons for children and adults for piano, voice, and organ.
At the David Bridge Music Studio, there is always a focus on the individual learner. Each student, regardless of age or experience level, learns differently. Each lesson will be tailored to the way YOU learn. Learning music is a life-long endeavor. We can never completely master the subject. Like all art forms, music is more than playing the right notes at the right time. Music is bringing yourself into every piece of music you play.
For children, music can become another way to express themselves as they grow and learn. For adults, music can be a new way to express thoughts, feelings, and emotions not easily expressed in other areas of life.
At the David Bridge Music Studio, all students spend time learning music theory - the building blocks of the music language. As it would make no sense for a banker not to understand how finance works, or a baker not to understand how ingredients come together to create a cake, it makes no sense for a musician not to learn the pieces and parts that make up the music they are playing or singing.
David Bridge brings a lot of practical experience and education to the music studio. With more than twenty five years as a church musician, and a degree in music education from St. Vincent College, Mr. Bridge is well qualified to teach music. As a performer, Mr. Bridge has performed recitals in four states and at venues such as: Heinz Chapel of the University of Pittsburgh, Trinity United Presbyterian Church in Uniontown, PA, Fairfield Mountains Chapel at the Lake Lure Resort in North Carolina.
Lessons are tailored to the needs of each student, helping them to achieve their musical goals. We use a range of styles of music to teach musical concepts and to introduce the student to different kinds of music. As the student advances, the instruction can focus on styles that the student enjoys.
Music theory instruction is vital to the growth of the student. Learning the musical building blocks helps students of all ages to understand music. And with an increase in understanding comes an increase in the ability to learn and appreciate music.
Each lesson is an opportunity for the student to perform for the instructor. In addition to the weekly lessons, studio recitals and other performance opportunities are offered to students as they become available. In addition, lesson time can be used to prepare for performances outside of the music studio with the approval of the instructor.