Music is an essential part of a well-rounded education and crucial for brain development for young and old.
Studies consistently show that children who learn to play an instrument develop stronger math and language skills than those who don't.
Children who enjoy playing an instrument are also happier, more confident and more creative throughout their life.
Music education is a gift that your children will cherish forever.
Source: Psychological Science Journal, Vol. 14, No. 6, December 2005)/NAMM Foundation.
Cello Lessons, Piano Lessons
Jeong Chi teaches piano lessons and Cello lessons for Shoreline Music School. She is classically trained in cello and paino for thirty years.
Jeong graduated San Jose State University with a Masters degree in Education and she has been an educator for the past eleven years. She teaches at Parkwood Elementary School. She moved to Seattle in 2017.
"I love to teach, says Jeong, and I can teach everyone to play the piano and the cello. Teaching is my passion."
Jeong is a member of the Evergreen Community Orchestra. She has played for local string quartets also.
We'll Use This Time To Get A Feel For The Relationship And See If The Instructor-Student Fit Is Right For You. If It Isn't You Can Ask For Another Teacher. Your First Lesson With Each Teacher Is Free Until You Find One You Like.
Cello lessons student Kianna H. of Shoreline Music school plays in a recent music recital.