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Bronx, NY, United States, 2011/09/08 - Just in time for the back to school season, TakeLessons adds a new Bronx teacher to the roster who creates specialized lesson plans based on students' ages - TakeLessons.com.
TakeLessons, the nation’s fastest growing private music lessons provider, is proud to announce the addition of Jason B. to the TakeLessons family of music teachers. Based in Bronx, NY, Jason will teach guitar, bass guitar, music theory and songwriting to students of all ages and levels.
TakeLessons is thrilled to work with Jason, who has experience teaching children as young as 5 and adults up to age 70. His passion for music and knowledge of its benefits is clear.
“I have had parents tell me that their children have become more social at school and showed drastic improvement in their grades as a result of our lessons,” said TakeLessons music teacher Jason. “It is further evidence that music has the power to enrich lives and make us better people.”
Jason holds a MA in Jazz Performance and his Bachelor of Music in Classical Guitar Studies. With his wide range of experience, Jason teaches individualized lessons based on the student’s age. Just in time for the back to school season, your child will be taught elementary rhythms and note reading, your teen will learn chords and songwriting, and parents can sign up to work with Jason to achieve specific goals or brush up on previous skills. Jason is also available to travel to students’ homes for lessons in Yonkers, White Plains and South Westchester.
Since its launch in 2006, TakeLessons has helped students pursue their passion for music by offering over 35 types of private music lessons that are taught by some of the nation’s most talented local music instructors.
The addition of TakeLessons music teachers in the Bronx area and nearby cities such as New York City, Brooklyn and Astoria builds upon TakeLessons’ emerging presence throughout the state of New York. TakeLessons (takelessons.com) offers private music lessons to thousands of students in over 2,800 cities across the United States.