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Bradley Peppers

Atlanta GA | 30339-4063

About me

Bradley received a Bachelor of Music degree in Trombone Performance from Georgia State University in 2009, where he studied with Dr. Tom Gibson and Dr. Philip Brown. While at GSU he performed with the University Orchestra, Symphonic Wind Ensemble, and Jazz Band. While attending Georgia State University, Bradley also served as President of the universities chapter of CMENC. Bradley has also performed in the Georgia All College Band, All College Choir, various Brass Quintets, Trombone Choirs, and Brass Ensembles. Bradley studied piano with Julie Lackey and Dr. Andrew Santander, and voice with Dr. David Thomas. Bradley has worked for many organizations such as: Gainesville State College, Gainesville High School, and Gainesville Parks and Recreation, East Side Baptist Church, Come Alive Ministries, Georgia EMC, Musika, Lessons in Your Home, The Cottage School, and other various organizations.
In 2003 Bradley became the Director of Music Ministries at the First Presbyterian Church of Winder Georgia. During his time at First Presbyterian Bradley has spent over 8 years building a music program consisting of an Adult Choir, Hand Bell Choir, Voice Ensembles, and a Children’s Choir. This program continues to grow musically and in numbers.
Bradley recently formed The Atlanta Arts Trio, performs regularly, and has been an active music teacher in the Atlanta area for over 8 years.

Specialties

Children with Disabilities.

Lesson details

Lessons are molded to the students abilities, so that every one has a fair chance at learning to play piano to their full potential. Methods are based on speed of retention, and physical abilities per student. All students receive positive reinforcement, and understand the rewards associated with lessons. Many current students perform, and even compose regularly. Students are also encouraged to record or have their work videoed for sharing of their accomplishments. Music theory and advanced techniques are taught if the student has interest, and the desire to possibly play professionally one day.

Education and Accreditation

Degree in Performance from Georgia State University

Testimonials

Experience

more than 5 years

Rates

$50 - $59

Availability

Monday 9am - 9pm
Tuesday 9am - 9pm
Wednesday 9am - 9pm
Thursday 9am - 9pm
Friday 9am - 9pm
Saturday N/A - N/A
Sunday N/A - N/A

Teaching location

Students Home
Teachers Studio

Genre

Blues
Chamber Music
Childrens Music
Classical
Composition
Gospel
Improvisation
Jazz
Modern
Performance
Pop
Rhythm and Blues

Methods

Alfred Method
Bastien Method
Clark Method
Faber and Faber
Rote Method
Thompson Method

Instruments and Subjects

euphonium
piano
speech arts and drama
theory – analysis
theory – counterpoint
theory – harmony
theory – music history
theory – rudiments
trombone
trumpet
voice

Levels taught

Beginner
Intermediate
Advanced

Type of students

Children
Young Adults
Adults

Languages

English

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