Top-Rated Flute Lessons in NYC
Flute lessons where you can develop genuine love for music,
that’s exactly what we offer.
We know that when you are willing to learn, nothing can stop you.
Flute Lessons NYC:
(In-home lessons are available in NYC, including Manhattan, Brooklyn, and Queens.)
~ Flute lessons are available for Children and Adults of all ages and skill levels~
Flute lessons provide students individual instruction with one of Willan Academy’s faculty members and customize to the specific goals, needs and aspirations of each student regardless of experience or age. At Willan Academy of Music, we provide free consultation to identify and tailor to your specific needs. Private lesson students can participate in a variety of performance opportunities including recitals. We offer lessons for children (ages 6+) and adults. Flute lessons for kids are 30, 45 or 60 minutes.
We understand the difficulties involved in mastering a musical instrument; therefore, we ensure that kids are taught age appropriately and given enough time to learn and grasp each skill. This is a place for students to progressively develop their musical skills over a course of time. Talent over time we like to call it!
Student register for Spring and Fall Semester. Any number of lessons during summer. Registration is open year-round. For any questions, contact us at 646-838-3990 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Trial flute lessons are also available.
Private flute lessons can start at any time during the school year.
HERE IS HOW THE MAGIC HAPPEN WITH WILLAN’S FLUTE LESSONS
Top Rated Faculties
All of our teachers hold a college degree in Music. We are not only accomplished flutists but also educators. We understand that each child learns differently, and therefore we customize a curriculum for each student so that every child can successfully learn their musical instrument.
Two Student Recitals
Every student gets two performance opportunities during a semester. We believe that performance is a great way to make practice more meaningful and enjoyable. It’s an opportunity to share with everyone what students have learned!
Practicing is the key to mastering an instrument, so we hold a “Practice Challenge” to motivate students to practice. Practice every day to earn the platinum award!
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Yung-Ai started her formal music training at the age of four in Taipei, Taiwan. She was accepted into one of the top music programs in her area, the Keelung Senior High School, and earned a Bachelor’s degree in Music Performance at Shih Chien University. She continued her Music training with a Master in Music Performance degree at New York University Steinhardt, studying under world acclaimed Artist, Keith Underwood.
Yung-Ai was the first prize winner for multiple competitions, most notably the Taiwan National Student Competition of Music, Asia Pacific Cup International Music Competition, and the Taipei City Culture Cup Music Competition.
As a principal artist with several orchestras, she has performed at notable venues include the Taipei Economic and Cultural Office, Taiwan Taipei National Concert Hall, Taipei Zhong Shan Hall, and Tokyo Disneyland.
Yung-Ai seeks to inspire young musicians as a performer and music teacher. She has been teaching music lessons and performing in annual music recitals since 2010. With her former classmates, she co-founded a chamber music group, Across the Span－Taiwanese in the United States, with the goal of performing twice a year to musically represent their cross cultural experiences. She has over 8 years of experience giving piano, flute and music theory lessons. She also is certified to teach group music lessons using the Level 1 American Orff-Schulwerk Association pedagogy.
Flutist Francesca F. has followed her music from Santa Monica, California, where she grew up, to New York City. With the goal of building community, she dedicates her life to performing and teaching. Starting early in her career, Francesca taught private flute lessons to students in Santa Monica. Here in New York, in addition to building a private flute studio, Francesca has taught flute lessons at The Washington Heights Community Conservatory of Fine Arts.
In 2015, she was a staff member at Greenwood Music Camp in Cummington, Massachusetts, where she gave flute lessons, and assisted the students in chamber music and orchestra rehearsals. Francesca is an active performer around the city, and a strong advocate for new music. She frequently collaborates with composers and is a member of the New York City based ensemble, Amalgama. In August of 2018,
Francesca was a resident fellow in the Contemporary Performance Institute (CPI) at Brandeis University. She has performed in a number of music festivals, including Cortona Sessions for New Music in Italy, Fresh Inc Festival at University of Wisconsin-Parkside, and Orford Academy of Music in Quebec. Francesca earned a Master of Music degree in Contemporary Performance from Manhattan School of Music where she was a student of Tara O’Connor, and a Bachelor of Music degree from The Boston Conservatory where she studied with Sarah Brady.
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Anthony S. A father of a 9 year old son
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