Music Theory Teacher
An increasingly visible performer across various musical genres, Dr. Joshua Vigran continues to collaborate and study with some of the greatest talents in the world. In 2016 Josh made his performance debut at Carnegie Hall playing chamber and solo works. Pending the ending of Coronavirus pandemic restrictions, he has been scheduled to perform in multiple countries across South America and Europe. Dr. Vigran has also been invited as a guest lecturer at University of Santiago, Chile to speak on classical improvisation. An avid teacher, Josh has worked as an adjunct professor of music appreciation at Parker University, and has taught piano, guitar, bass, and theory at several professional music schools.
Having a strong understanding of music theory is a vital skill for all musicians, regardless of age or experience. Studying music theory gives students a more holistic understanding of the music they are learning, and is the ultimate catalyst for developing musicians to become independent learners and masters of their own progress. Level 3 students will tackle proper music notation, transposition, listening skills, and analysis, writing their own melodies, and more!