MUSIC LESSONs With Lyndol

 Lyndol studied jazz Piano and composition for 4 years at the American School of Modern Music in Paris, France.  She teaches all styles of piano and voice, using a wholistic approach that exposes students to a variety of methodologies, and caters to the students personality and interests. Creativity reigns both her teaching and her music. 

Lyndol also offers hybrid lessons that combine voice and piano, in the right ratio for the student.

Songwriting and improvisation are explored whenever there is student interest.

 Piano from a Wedding on Long Island, NY, Summer 2017

Piano from a Wedding on Long Island, NY, Summer 2017

PIANO LESSONS IN BROOKLYN, NYC

  • Beginners - Intermediate (7yrs old to 120)- all styles, building a solid musical foundation

  • Intermediate to Advanced - Pop, Jazz, Rock,

  • Improvisation and Jazz Theory

  • Composition and Songwriting

  • Building Confidence thru Performance

  • Musical Memory and Sight Reading

 The spot on the Austin Greenbelt that inspired me to sing in public again. 

The spot on the Austin Greenbelt that inspired me to sing in public again. 

VOICE LESSONS AND VOCAL COACH, BROOKLYN, NYC

  • Beginners- Intermediate -  All styles

  • Advanced - Jazz, Pop, Rock, and Country

  • Warm ups for voice optimization, and ear training

  • Improvisation and Jazz Theory

  • Building Confidence thru Performance

  • Musical Memory and Sight Reading

Reviews:

We feel so fortunate to have had Lyndol as a voice and piano instructor. I have 2 teenage sons who are both musically inclined in different areas. Lyndol has a special ability to identify their interests and skills, inspire and challenge them to meet goals while using positive affirmations. They both absolutely LOVED working with her. She is a wealth of information and reinforces the importance of practice. They received a solid foundation under her instruction!

Susan Lee, Spring, TX

"Lyndol Descant's singing blends so achingly well with her piano that she's almost like a one-woman duo. They're both instruments, her voice and her keyboard. When they're locked into each other, which happens often on her new album Reach Up, it is remarkably powerful."

- Stacy Zerig, No Depression

 

This is from my 2016 end of year recital at the legendary Rocky Sullivans in Red Hook, Brooklyn. We had all the students come up to jam with the band on Rainbow Connection.