$65 for 30 min
$75 for 45 min
$85 for 60 min
Financial Aid available if needed
“I’m so grateful for everything Tai taught me that helped turn this dream into a reality.” - Asta Wylie (IMTA Songwriter of the Year)
My specialty helping students find their voice through their music. I teach the songs that they are listening to, the music they adore. Most of my students like to divide lesson time between working on singing, playing, and songwriting. I help students set their own goals, and design a curriculum that can take them from beginners to on-stage performance. I am here for you to show you the steps to achieve your dreams.
“I’m so grateful for everything Tai taught me that helped turn this dream into a reality.”
Tai Shan is an award-winning music educator with fifteen years of experience. She is known for her personable, supportive approach to teaching guitar, voice, ukulele, and songwriting. Her students have performed on stages across the United States, signed record label deals, released over twenty CDs, won Songwriter of the Year (IMTA), and Best Song of the Year for the John Lennon Songwriting Contest.
Online lessons are taught using Zoom. In the first session, you will begin by setting personal goals. These are kept online and all class work is geared around them. Tai will then share a personalized Dropbox folder with all the materials you need, such as PDFs, recordings, and videos. Tai can include your lesson video as well for later review. Your homework never gets lost, you always know what you're working on, and what you need to do!
“Working with Tai was incredible. She helped me grow in my songwriting and guitar playing abilities”
— Hali Erickson
Tai Shan's has worked with students to record songs, book shows, tour the country, raise thousands for charity and released multiple CD's. Tai Shan's From Page to Stage program is available to kids as young as 10 and focuses on goal setting, task management with weekly check-ins, career advice, and introducing you to the professionals you need to achieve your goals.
Here are some of the students Tai has worked with: