Christopher G. Guerra
Offering In-Home Lessons
Christopher G. Guerra is the Founder Emeritus of the Strathmore Children’s Chorus. In 2005 he was a founding member of the A. Mario Loiederman Middle School for the Creative and Performing Arts in Silver Spring, Maryland, where he built a choral program that achieved national recognition, and where his choral ensembles won numerous competitions during his 9 years as director.
He recently moved to Westland Middle School where he teaches and directs the choral program and in 2018 he directed his Concert Chorus on stage at Carnegie Hall. Mr. Guerra is the recipient of the 2012 Maryland Music Educators Association’s (MMEA) Outstanding Teacher Award. His choirs have performed at two national conferences and at the American Choral Directors Association’s National Middle School Choral Conference in Dallas, Texas, as well as at MMEA conferences and several performances at the world-class Music Center at Strathmore. In 2012 his Loiederman Middle School Chamber Choir received a perfect rating in all categories at the MMEA State Choral Festival competing at Level IV. His ensembles have received numerous county, state and interstate superior ratings and Best Chorus awards. He has directed honors choirs and workshops, as well as adjudicated throughout the state of Maryland.
Understand exactly how your student is doing
Record performance data with specialized data sheets
Use included "Progression Paths" to analyze data
Set clear goals to reach
Learn how to adjust your appraoch based on objective data
The Young Method is an ABA (Applied Behavior Analysis) based, individualized approach to learning the piano. Depending on how your student scores, they can proceed to different levels of manuals. These levels are refered to as Paths in this series.