When one stops learning, they lose sight of themselves. I have vowed to never stop learning while encouraging other to join along. Now at the end of my music school education, I have fond memories of teachers that I learned the basics of pedagogy. One must put themselves on the students level and take the learning journey with them. Spending time with people who are unfamiliar with music is something that I encounter on a frequent basis, I study music composition which often I find appears to be a method of translation. I love interpreting what someone who lacks musical knowledge describes, taking their words and turning our music. I am also extremely interested in the opposite, explaining the wonders of music to a fresh mind! I believe I have a great gift for making people comfortable and open to learn. Having played guitar for eight years, piano for 2, violin for 3, and banjo for 1, I am finding the brilliance in all types of instruments. This gives me the confidence for my own music composition. Here is a link to my work:
My father, a cabinet maker and builder taught me what it means to do a satisfactory job. I have worked for him whenever I have had free time since I was thirteen, I often consider him a mentor. He taught me the importance of doing quality work as it is the only thing to show for yourself in the professional world. He instilled the entrepreneurial spirit in me that drives me to do the best job possible all of the time. I aspire to go back to school and obtain another degree in engineering physics after my fathers inspiring endeavors upon me.
Worked in fast paced environments, serving and cleaning after people. I enjoyed the hands on people experience and the management system. Also, it helped me understand the service industry better. Left work for school.
Working hard physical labor; sheet rocking, drywalling, insulating, sanding, and various high risk cabinetry installations. Learned many practical skills and honed my problem solving abilities
First restaurant experience, had to keep waiting stations stocked and reset tables along with other various odd jobs. Working in a high class restaurant gave me perspective for what people expect for their money. It taught me to manage my time while working and to go the extra mile to ensure good costumer relations. Left work for school.
At the University of the Arts I found my musical voice. Through the years of private one on one instruction about the core of what music is all about, I found a solid grasp on my understanding of music. I have worked in music studios, music venues, and with live ensembles playing my music. The education that I received has made me confident in my abilities to demonstrate music to others.
Intense summer course at Berklee where I studied guitar in a regimented course outline with college professors. This was a great opportunity to see what was expected in music school. The networking environment gave me plenty of chance to learn from others while furthering my own music voice.
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