Cello, Keyboard, Organ, Piano, Viola, Violin
Where are Lessons Offered
In Teacher Studio
Virtual / Online
DeAndre King was born and raised in Huntsville, AL. DeAndre began his classical training at the age of five years old. He has furthered his education at the University of Alabama in Huntsville. DeAndre currently teaches music via Skype to students around the world including Germany, Asia, Canada. He believes in giving back to to the community. In his spare time, he does community service and hopes to inspire someone to learn to play an instrument. In the past two years, he has recorded three CDs with various groups. He plays viola and piano for weddings and other events in Huntsville and the surrounding areas. He is a talented arranger. His arrangements have been requested for several wedding ceremonies and events.
My Musical Education Background
I have had the oppurtunity to collaborate with many different orginizations. I am currently the director of our second grade violin program in North Alabama. I am the strings director for one of the local music conservatories. On the weekend, I serve as our church's accompanist/organist.
Genres and Subjects Taught
I can teach all genres but I specialize in classical music. I use many different methods including suzuki and essential elements for strings. Each student is different and will need diffrent methods to make their music journey fun and educational.
All lessons are billed monthly. Students will recieve one lesson per week. The rates are as follows:
30 mins- $120/month
45 mins- $180/month
60 mins - $240/month
Ages / Skill Levels Taught
I teach ages 7 and up beginner to advanced!
My Certifications and Awards
I studied at Oakwood University before transferring to the University of Alabama in Huntsville. I studied music performance with a concentration in Viola. I am in my 10th year of teaching music. I recieved a certification in education and many awards from the National Federation of Musci Study Clubs.
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