Guitar Lessons In Cherry Hill, Haddonfield & Marlton, NJ.
Providing piano lessons and guitar lessons in Cherry Hill, Marlton, Voorhees and Haddonfield, NJ. Our professional, University-trained teachers come directly to your home.
In-home piano and guitar lessons are a
time saving solution for busy parents and students, allowing students to
learn in a safe and familiar environment.
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Piano Adventures - Level 2B
The 4 videos displayed below are examples from Lesson Book 2B of the Piano Adventures series. Each piece consistently introduces new musical terms and symbols, while continually reinforcing concepts from previous piano lessons, ensuring a complete and thorough education in piano technique and artistry.
Another excellent method that our teachers use is the Alfred's Piano Course, which offers the same high musical standards as the Piano Adventures series by Faber & Faber.
Whether it's Alfred's or Piano Adventures, both methods were developed to not only ensure that every student receives a comprehensive musical education, but also to engage and challenge each student, providing a course of study that will keep your child motivated and interested.
Taking piano lessons or guitar lessons is more than just a matter of having a qualified teacher -- it is
having an environment that is relaxed and comfortable. What better place
than your own home? What better school than the Cherry Hill Academy of Piano & Guitar!
In addition, we offer piano lessons and guitar lessons exclusively, allowing us to focus all of our attention and resources on hiring the most qualified and professional instructors in the tri-state area.
We believe this is what sets us apart from many of the local and national music school chains.
Highly Qualified, Professional Instructors
You can be confident that we have taken every step to ensure that your son or daughter will learn from a highly qualified, professional instructor.
Parents should know that to become a teacher at the Cherry Hill Academy of Piano & Guitar, all potential music instructors must pass a 3-part, in-depth evaluation process consisting of an in-person interview detailing teaching methods and techniques, as well as a performance and knowledge based audition...and finally a complete, nationwide background check.
Does Age Matter?
"As a piano teacher myself, I take into account the student's age and how long I may have a certain student before recommending a specific method of study." - Guy Faux
In regard to younger students between the ages of 5 and 12-yrs-old, I always figure that I'll have a good 5 to 10 years with them, which would lead me to pick a more traditional approach.
Piano lessons with a strong focus on chords is a system that is geared more toward contemporary music, and gets students up and playing their favorite songs in the first 6 to 12 months of lessons.
The learning curve for chord piano is much shorter, which is why it's perfect for busy teens and adults. (This is an excerpt from the article "Finding The Perfect Piano Teacher")
Cherry Hill Academy of Piano & Guitar
3628 Connecticut Ave.
Pennsuaken, NJ 08109
Phone: (856) 662-6855
Monday: 2:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Tuesday: 2:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Wednesday: 2:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Thursday: 2:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Friday: 2:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Saturday: 1:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Our Teachers Travel Directly To Your Home In Cherry Hill, Marlton, Voorhees & Haddonfield, NJ
took guitar lessons in the past and got little more than what the
internet could provide me for free. I now take lessons with Chris from
The Cherry Hill Academy of Piano and Guitar and I am finally learning
the language of music. Chris balances his lessons with guitar studies
and popular songs. He meets your skill level where its at and has
appropriate expectations for progress. I've been continually improving
at reading, understanding theory, and playing in my six months of
lessons with Chris. This is the way I wanted to learn years ago.
Montessori Academy of Delran, NJ
Adolescent Program Director
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Cale Hoeflicker has over ten years of teaching
experience working with all kinds of students, from beginners to music majors
in college. Cale has taught in colleges, community music schools, and
public schools. In every teaching situation, he makes it a priority to help
students learn whatever style of music they may be interested in.
Cale works to help students set their own goals and chart a course to success. He earned his Doctorate in music at Indiana University’s Jacobs School of music, a Master of Music and Bachelor of Music Performance degree from University of Arizona, and also spent a year at the Franz Liszt Musikhochschule in Weimar, Germany on a Fulbright scholarship.
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