As I mentioned in my previous post I spend most of the afternoon and early evening giving private cello lessons. Wednesdays are much the same though I do start and end a bit later in the day (roughly 4:30 – 9ish).
I first started giving private lessons while I was still in high school. Occasionally, while I was an undergrad at DePauw University School of Music, I did the same. For a couple of years I was a “music assistant” to my cello professor. Most of those duties involved giving technique lessons to other cello majors. Also during those undergraduate years and following I would occasionally sub for some of the professors in theory courses or special topics courses. Continue reading “Wednesday Teaching Reflections”→