Now Taking Violin & Piano Students!

 

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So… After almost 2 years, a wedding, 3 moves, 1 baby, and another baby almost ready to arrive… I am SOOO excited to be taking students again!

I just added a new set of studio-related pages to my blog… Here is a sample of my Violin & Piano Lessons page.  Go check out the others, too!

 

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Hello! My name is Lacie Bowman, and I am a classically-trained violin and piano teacher offering private music lessons in Hohenwald, Tennessee.

I offer beginner to advanced classical violin and piano instruction with an emphasis on healthy technique, musicianship, music theory, and a love for music. Weekly lessons are devoted to current repertoire, integrated & textbook music theory, a variety of scales & other exercises, sight-reading, ear training, and classical music history. I also offer instruction in hymn improvisation for those who are interested.

I teach students ages 4 to adult, and I love to work with families and parent-child groups.  I value parental involvement very highly and welcome parents who want to be closely involved in their child’s music education and lessons.

“The Joy of Music is more than just the finished product;
it is also the beautiful process of getting there.”
Patrick Kavanaugh

 

Music lessons don’t need to be approached with fear, boredom, or dread – I love them, and I want my students to love them, too.  Encouraging enjoyable student-teacher interaction during lessons, building friendships between my music students, and developing a healthy, happy relationship between my students and myself are my priorities.  My goal is not to turn your child into a concert pianist, but to help him become a well-rounded, artistic musician with a love for sharing music with others. I want my students always to remember their music lessons with a smile in their heart that will last long after their music lessons are over.

Contact me for more information on private lessons & fees.


Lacie Bowman Music Studio

laciebowmanmusic@gmail.com


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Studio Recital!

It’s Spring Recital time, and everyone is posting recital pictures!  Since I moved across the country 3 months ago and had a baby 1 month ago, my studio isn’t quite up and running yet – soon!  Still, I thought I’d join the fun and post some pictures from one of my past recitals.

I really love recital nights.  It’s satisfying to watch the students enjoy the results of their hours of practice and to see a semester of hard work draw to a close.   Not to mention visiting with all of the guests, meeting new friends, dressing up, and, well yes…  the food.  :)

It’s grand all around.

 Lacie Bowman Music Studio | Christmas Recital

Lacie Bowman Music Studio | Christmas Recital

Lacie Bowman Music Studio | Christmas Recital

Lacie Bowman Music Studio | Christmas Recital

 Before recitals start, I usually find my students huddled in little groups, giving each other pep-talks.  It’s so sweet to see them interact this way.  Definitely makes a teacher smile inside.

Lacie Bowman Music Studio | Christmas Recital

Lacie Bowman Music Studio | Christmas Recital

 Micah performed Away in Manger and Gurlitt’s Indian Dance.  It was her first recital!

Lacie Bowman Music Studio | Christmas Recital

 Clair performed Telemann’s Gavotte in g minor, Bach’s Minuet in g minor, and Slavic Dance by G.P. Tingley.

Lacie Bowman Music Studio | Christmas Recital

 Kylie performed Bach’s March in D Major and an arrangement I wrote of Ode to Joy.

Lacie Bowman Music Studio | Christmas Recital

 Tia performed Bach’s Bourrée in F and Portrait of Remembrance (Anon.).

Lacie Bowman Music Studio | Christmas Recital

Lacie Bowman Music Studio | Christmas Recital

 Paige performed Chopin’s Prelude in b minor, Op. 28 No. 6 and Diabelli’s Sonatina in F, Op. 168, No. 1 – Mvt. 1.

Lacie Bowman Music Studio | Christmas Recital

Lacie Bowman Music Studio | Christmas Recital

 Sagan performed Clementi’s Sonatina in C, Op. 36, No. 1 – Mvt. 1, my arrangement of O Come, O Come Emmanuel, and Telemann’s Bourrée in a minor.

Lacie Bowman Music Studio | Christmas Recital

Lacie Bowman Music Studio | Christmas Recital

Kylie performed Clementi’s Sonatina in C, Op. 36. No. 3, an arrangement I wrote of Morning Has Broken, and Vandall’s Toccata in a minor.

Lacie Bowman Music Studio | Christmas Recital

Lacie Bowman Music Studio | Christmas Recital

Sarah performed Chopin’s Waltz in a minor, Op. 34, No. 2, my arrangement of Let All Mortal Flesh Keep Silent, and Mendelssohn’s Praeludium in e minor.

Lacie Bowman Music Studio | Christmas Recital

Lacie Bowman Music Studio | Christmas Recital

Lacie Bowman Music Studio | Christmas Recital

Lacie Bowman Music Studio | Christmas Recital

Lacie Bowman Music Studio | Christmas Recital

Lacie Bowman Music Studio | Christmas Recital

Lacie Bowman Music Studio | Christmas Recital

Lacie Bowman Music Studio | Christmas Recital

Lacie Bowman Music Studio | Christmas Recital

Lacie Bowman Music Studio | Christmas Recital

Lacie Bowman Music Studio | Christmas Recital

Lacie Bowman Music Studio | Christmas Recital

Lacie Bowman Music Studio | Christmas Recital I always like to play a piece at the end of the program.   This recital Laura & I performed the Theme from Schindler’s List.

I really missed having a recital this semester.  Looking forward to getting back into the swing of things!

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Share a link to your recital pics in the comments below – I’d love to see yours!!

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