Having an experienced and knowledgeable instructor is important for improving at any instrument. I am trained with two degrees from Berklee College of Music, in performance and film composing, and have studied with some of the best musical minds of our generation.
The knowledge I've been able to glean over the years, from advanced piano voicings, to saxophone techniques, to writing for orchestra, spans over many different facets of music, and whatever you'd like to get out of your music lessons, I can give that to you!
If you're preparing to write the LSAT, you may have been studying and doing practice tests, only to see your score stay roughly the same! This was me when I began to study - however, I took time to devise and develop a comprehensive method for improving at each section, and then managed to score in the coveted 99th percentile in only a few weeks of study.
This isn't rocket science - the questions are straightforward, and anyone can go in and write a 180 if they train themselves properly. My methods did, and will, work wonders. Don't spend money on a course or a large set of books that is not catered to YOU individually. If you give me a chance to work with you, I can set up a practice regimen for you that will best accommodate your strengths, weaknesses, and learning style. I've been through the LSAT - hours of trial and error with different study methods - and I found out what really works best in training to get perfect on these sections.
Bar Mitzvah Lessons:
A lot of experience teaching and reading for various synagogues - please be in touch for details.
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