Janet Grice has over 30 years experience teaching students of all ages. She was a teaching artist for Carnegie Hall and Lincoln Center Education, taught college courses at NYU, Rutgers University, and St. Joseph’s college, and spent 15 years as an instrumental music teacher for the New York City Department of Education. As a clinician, she’s taught workshops at conferences for the International Double Reed Society, Meg Quigley Vivaldi Bassoon Symposium, Fou De Bassoon, and Festival de Música de Londrina. She currently holds a position as Professor of Bassoon at Hoff Barthelson Music School, runs a private studio, and works as a NYSSMA judge. (Full Bio)
Becoming a musically literate person leads to development of life long learning skills and opens pathways of interaction within our global society. Besides that, making music is fun! Here’s an article and a video about Janet’s teaching style.
Teaching Services Available
Janet offers a variety of teaching services for individual students and larger groups. Please get in touch to inquire about availability.
- Private Lessons: bassoon, saxophone, clarinet and recorder; NYSSMA preparation, auditions, reed making, technique, sight reading, improvisation, solo repertoire
- Tutoring: AP Music Theory, Ear Training
- Consulting: College application process, instrument purchase
- Clinician: Jazz improvisation, Brazilian music, reed making
- Facilitator: Teacher Professional Development in Mentoring New Teachers, Assessment, Lesson Planning, Rubrics, Action Plans, Standards, NYC Blueprint for Teaching and Learning in Music, Improvisation
- Bassoon Reeds: Available For purchase