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COVID-19: All lessons are presently remote, but post-pandemic I aim to offer remote, in-person, and hybrid (remote with occasional in-person) lessons.
Lessons are 30, 45 or 60 minutes, costing $30, $45, and $60 per lesson, respectively. Start at any time. A 30-minute trial lesson is free for new students, and should you choose to continue you will be billed monthly and pay in advance for the month’s lessons.
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A little about me: I’m Daniel Coe, a professional composer, multi-instrumentalist and music educator located in Eden Prairie, Minnesota.
I received a Bachelor of Music Education from Ithaca College in 2002 and a Masters in Music Composition from the University of Florida in 2004. Since graduating, in addition to teaching I have been working professionally as a composer and arranger with acts such as The New York Dolls, Aerosmith, Yoko Ono and Ringo Starr. One can hear music that I have composed around the world on various television programs, including multiple placements on Saturday Night Live. I also continue to work behind the scenes in music preparation on numerous theatrical motion pictures and concert events. I used to teach at McNally Smith College of Music in St. Paul prior to its unfortunate closure.
But long before I was in music professionally, I loved to share music with others. Even when just starting piano lessons as a youngster I was encouraging others to play and enjoy music with me. It is this enthusiasm that I aim to impart through my teaching.
I offer music lessons on many instruments. Piano lessons, guitar lessons, trumpet lessons, french horn lessons, and many other instruments of the band. I am a member of the Minnesota Music Teacher's Association (MMTA), Music Teacher's National Association (MTNA), and the American Society of Composers, Authors, and Publishers (ASCAP).
I'm located in Eden Prairie and close to Chanhassen, Minnetonka, Excelsior, Victoria, Chaska, and Edina.
I transcribed this from the soundtrack recording (and the movie), notated it in Finale, and performed it live on an Alesis QS8, triggering Native Instrument’s The Grandeur.