I'm now offering online classes in music literacy and music theory!
Whether you're an adult amateur who wants to learn more about the inner structure of how music works, a student who wants to gain a deeper understanding of music theory, or an experienced player who plays by ear and would like to learn the theory behind what you're doing, these workshops can help you.
These classes are currently being offered online in a small group setting. These group lessons can be a great supplement to private instrumental lessons. I will personally be running all of the workshops and will be happy to answer any questions you have along the way.
If you'd like to get to know me before registering please feel free to contact me to set up a FREE 20-minute Zoom call.
Weekly Theory Group Lessons
For Adult Beginner Musicians
This weekly group class is designed for adult amateurs who are interested in learning the inner workings of Western music theory.
This is a casual class where we'll talk about all things music theory. This will help you gain a deeper understanding of the music you listen to and play and can provide inspiration and a starting point for composing and improvising music of your own.
"For me, since I started an online course with Dots & Beams...it was like a light bulb lit up my comprehension of music theory and learning skills to read music. Nathan intuitively understands the art of making music and teaching that to others. He’s patient, understanding and adapts quickly when I don’t always grasp ‘new to me’ concepts."
- Michael J. (adult student)
I'm currently offering the following free workshops:
How Do I Use Dots and Beams?
Free Online Workshop
This workshop is offered to groups of music teachers. In it I provide an introduction to the Dots and Beams book series and demonstrate some of the more outside-the-box ways these books can be used to target a variety of learning goals with your students.
Please contact me to
schedule a workshop.