Marla Goodwin is a Professional Woodwind Doubler and Intermediate Music Teacher in College Station. Marla completed her Bachelor of Science in Music Education and Texas A&M University-Commerce in 2009. She has been living, teaching, and performing in the BCS area for 6 years. She has performed at many places in town including The Theatre Company, local restaurants and churches, and for the OPAS concert “Phantoms of the Opera” by Neil Berg. Marla specializes in woodwind instruments, especially clarinet, oboe, and saxophone and has taught private lessons on those instruments for 10 years. Marla has studied with professional oboists Ceci Lagarenne and Dr. John Goodall, both of whom were students of John Mack. She has also had the privilege of studying with professional clarinetists Dr. Mary Druhan and Dr. Christopher Ayer.
Christina is a College Station native and a Texas A&M graduate, class of 2012. She started playing the clarinet when she was eleven years old, and she continued to play throughout her college career. She earned an associates degree in clarinet performance in 2008 and has been teaching private lessons for four years. Outside of teaching, Christina enjoys horseback riding, fishing, and spending time with family. She is also involved in her church and trains dogs for Canines for Christ, an animal-assisted therapy ministry.
Rates would be $15/half hour, $20/40 minutes, or $30/hour. Lesson length would depend on the student. I prefer 40 minute and 1 hour lengths because it gives me freedom to explain things thoroughly without running out of time.