Did you know that tomorrow, May 5th, is National Teacher Appreciation Day? You didn’t think we’d miss mentioning such a momentous occasion, did you?
We don’t need to tell you how important good teachers are – without them, the educational system would crumble and fall apart. It’s as simple as that.
Fact is, teachers are the backbone of our music school. Without them, Hey Joe Guitar would not exist – after all, how would we be able to teach musical instruments without these talented individuals, dedicated, as they are, to spreading the joy of music to students of all ages.
Yes, teachers, really do matter!
And those are not merely tales out of school!
Most people may not think of teaching as an “art,” but it is! That’s because nurturing and developing minds and talents is a skill in itself.
Let’s look at some of the qualities excellent teachers should have and impart to their students:
Do such teachers actually exist in the real world? Oh yes, they do! And we know them personally!
We never tire of boasting and bragging about our own teachers, but we assure you that we are telling it like it is!
We’ve said it before and we’ll say it again: whatever instrument they teach – guitar, piano, drums, trumpet, trombone, brass, reeds, saxophone, clarinet flute, violin, viola, cello, strings, accordion, ukulele, banjo, recorder, mandolin, or voice – our teachers are amazing.
All of them are graduates of the top music schools and have several years of experience teaching kids and adults of all levels. They are patient, friendly, attentive, and have all the skills and qualities listed above.
And you know what else? We don’t expect the students to travel the length and width of New York City to connect with our teacher. Just contact us and we will send one right to your Manhattan, Brooklyn, or Riverdale home or office. Isn’t that a teachable moment?