Marty Heresniak, B.M., M.M
79 Hudson Heights
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Brown blocks are other professional engagements.
Lessons are never, ever, on a Monday.
You'll note I've blocked out weekend mornings: my neighbors mentioned being able to sleep in on weekends would be nice. I agreed.
I also don't ever teach more than five lessons in a row. Where there are five, the times before and after are not available. I could teach a sixth, but it's just not fair to that last person as I'd spend the whole hour concentrating on "I'm almost done, break soon!"
Lessons are scheduled at fifteen minutes after the hour (xx:15) to accommodate both those students travelling from Cornell via TCAT and those walking from the IC campus.
Notice also, that some lesson times have the student's name and a slash [/] either before or after. These are long term students who now see me every other week. The slash signifies the opposite week. When possible I get two opposite-week students to share the same time, but that doesn't always happen.
So why do some have the slash before the name and others have the slash after the name? My master calendar hangs next to me in the studio and shows two weeks, one above the other. Some students see me on the 'upper' week and some see me on the 'lower' week. Slash before, you come in the lower week. Slash after, you come in the upper week.
I shall try to keep this online schedule updated as soon as I hear of changes.