ASHBURN PIANO TEACHER
(Scroll to 27:37 to see Mrs. Love performing at the Kennedy Center.)
Piano Lessons In Your Home in Ashburn and Lansdowne (Leesburg, VA)
LOCATED LESS THAN FIVE MINUTES FROM
ASHBURN FARM, FARMWELL HUNT, ASHBURN VILLAGE, BELMONT COUNTRY CLUB, BELMONT HUNT, AND ALL AREAS OF 20147, 20148
Love's Music Lessons, LLC is a member of Music Teachers National Association, Northern Virginia Music Teachers Association, Virginia Music Teachers Association, Fairfax-Loudoun Music Fellowship, National Guild of Piano Teachers (NGPT) and additionally supports and prepares students for the exams given by the Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music. These organizations foster a creative musical environment, offer competitive and noncompetitive performances and encourage an appreciation for music that will last a lifetime. The Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music (ABRSM) offers quarterly exams in technique (scales, broken chords and arpeggios), music performance, aural training, music theory and sight-reading. ABRSM upholds the highest musical standards which are recognized at the university level.
Piano and flute students enrolled in Love's Music Lessons, LLC have the opportunity to participate in numerous performance venues to develop their skills and musical talent. Flute students participate in Loudoun County Solo and Ensemble. This is a rare opportunity to perform a solo with piano accompaniment and receive constructive feedback from an adjudicator. Ms. Love also prepares flute students to audition for District Band in Loudoun County.
Exams given by ABRSM provide an opportunity to perform in front of an adjudicator and encourage piano and or flute students to strive for musical excellence. It is important to set goals for music students so they don't lose interest in their instrument.
The National Guild of Piano Teachers (NGPT) provides an opportunity for piano students to achieve sucess at the national and international level. Students memorize and perform 10 pieces (national) or 14 pieces (international) in front of an adjudicator. There are a number of musicianship phases in which students are required to play scales, arpeggios, transpose, sight-read and improvise. Students receive a certificate and report card at the end of the exam showing that they have passed their exam and achieved "National" or "International" piano performance status. Ms. Love currently serves on the Guild's Board of Judges.
Ms. Love is also one of the few Loudoun County and Ashburn traveling piano teachers, Ashburn piano teachers and Northern Virginia flute teachers who can provide piano lessons and flute instructon for students desiring to audition for a music minor or music major degree at an accredited university.