I have room for one more student in my email class. I can teach advanced harmony, composition, form, orchestration.
Tuition is free and open-ended but student must:
1) Have Sibelius, for passing work back and forth;
2) Have enough spare time to send work in once or twice a week
3) Have sufficient grounding in rudiments, elementary harmony.
4) Want to be a good composer!
I have a bachelors degree in Violin Performance from The Eastman School of Music...with all the theory and such that came with it. I got straight A grades; but I wasn't happy with the primarily analysis-oriented approach. That approach just wasn't terribly meaningful, my TAs (I had only one professor the entire time) were pretty clueless, and I have forgotten a tremendous amount of what I "learned". I REALLY enjoyed the one composition theory elective that I took.
Do you think that my participation would be worth my/our time? I may have to miss some assignments to keep up with my primary activities (lessons, practice, auditions, job, etc.). ...your call.
P.S. I'm forwarding a copy of this post with more details via email.