Our flute teachers are able to explain and demonstrate concepts in a well-structured way and patiently, and able to adjust their teaching style to suit the needs of each student.
The flute teachers in our music school have a thorough understanding of the instrument and a wide range of experience playing and teaching it. They are able to cover a wide range of techniques, styles, and pieces for both beginners and advanced students.
They are always encouraging, positive, and supportive, and help students to feel confident and motivated in their flute learning progress.
The piccolo is a small, high-pitched woodwind instrument that is a member of the flute family. It is similar in appearance to a flute, but it is much smaller and has a higher range. The piccolo is typically used in orchestral music, marching bands, and military bands, and it is also sometimes played as a solo instrument. It is usually made of wood or plastic, and it is played by blowing across a hole in the top of the instrument, similar to the way a flute is played. The piccolo is an important addition to a flutist's skillset, as it opens up new repertoire possibilities and can make them more versatile in different musical contexts. Our intermediate and advanced students have the opportunity to learn piccolo as well.
The duration of our flute lessons varies depending on the level of the student and the specific needs of the individual. Typically, our online and in-person flute lessons last for around 30-60 minutes per session.
Yes, it is possible to learn the flute through online lessons. At Arts Development School of Music, we offer online flute lessons to provide students with the flexibility to learn from anywhere and at any time. Our online flute lessons are designed to provide the same quality training and expert attention as our in-person lessons.
Our music school offers a wide range of flutes that you can try and learn. You'll start the learning process with the basic flute. As you take lessons regularly, in a short amount of time you'll play flute with a certain level of proficiency, so you can explore other styles such as alto flute, bass flute, transverse flute (aka "Western" flute), piccolo, Native American flute, etc.
No, there is no minimum commitment for flute lessons. Our instructors are flexible and will work with you to create a lesson plan that fits your schedule and your goals. You can start and stop lessons at any time.