Stoudt Studio

$99 for Four 30-Minute Virtual Music Lessons over One Month from Stoudt Studio ($134 Value)

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Experienced musician provides online lessons teaching students how to play the saxophone or flute

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Online Experience
Experience this deal from home, using your computer, tablet, or smartphone.
  • Available lessons: alto or tenor saxophone, flute
  • In order to participate, students need to call the merchant and schedule the first class and discuss what online platform to do it on.

  • About the instructor: Melissa Stoudt is a professional musician and composer trained in jazz and classical performance. She’s been teaching music for decades and developed an individualized approach to teaching.

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About Stoudt Studio

Many of Melissa Stoudt's students have won music scholarships to college, top placements in school bands, and even top awards in the Edina School system. That's because her teaching methods include pre-imagining and engaging multiple senses in the learning process, as well as an individualized approach. Melissa was trained in jazz and classical performance, played in multiple bands and orchestras, and directed a band program in Lake Country School in Minneapolis, MN for 8 years. She has also taught private music lessons for decades and has developed a huge library of learning aids such as jazz transcriptions, classical repertoire, and recordings set to progressive tempos. Being a successful musician herself—in March 2018, she was the only horn player in a quartet that played for an 18 show run for over 10,000 audience members by the Minnesota History Theater of "Dance "Til you Drop."—she understands how students learn to play musical instruments and integrate their performance skills.