Private Music Lessons
Benefits of music lessons:
Learning an instrument is a wonderful way to develop discipline, responsibility, and perseverance. Daily practice creates routine and allows self-expression and creativity along with careful study. Music theory is closely linked to mathematics and can foster many new ways to solve problems creatively and logically. There is a unique and beautiful sense of achievement that is earned from learning a song and performing it for friends and family.
If you are interested in private lessons for piano, guitar (acoustic or electric), voice, saxophone, flute, or trumpet, please call 916-670-2650 or email email@example.com for more information.
Ms. Arrasmith earned two Bachelors of Music degrees (piano performance and theory/composition) from CSU, Sacramento in 2010.
Ms. Arrasmith has been teaching privately and in a group setting for over 10 years, in classrooms, musical theatre companies, and in her private studio. Her versatile background in theatre, classical music, jazz, and music theory allows for a comprehensive teaching style that leaves students with a full understanding of what they are learning. Her students don’t just play notes on the page – they learn to analyze the music they play which leads to improvising and even writing their own compositions.
Every child has a different learning style, and Ms. Arrasmith strives to help all of them succeed and enjoy learning music. With hard work, anyone can learn to play an instrument!
In addition to teaching, Ms. Arrasmith performs on a regular basis as a pianist and vocalist. As a pianist, she has performed solo recitals at CSUS, Sherman Clay, and Fair Oaks UMC and played 2 concerti with the Sierra Symphony. She has been a church organist for 15 years and accompanies for theatre companies, instrumentalists, and singers for competitions and performances. She also plays keyboard and guitar as a session musician as well as local venues with bands and as a solo artist.