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Basic Math, Dance, Elementary Math, Math, Piano, Pre Algebra, Arithmetic, English, Language, Music Performance, Music Theory, Reading, Test Prep
Jenny comes from a very musical family and started piano when she was five years old. She grew up constantly listening to her father practicing his guitar and brother practicing violin. Since then, her accomplishments include an Honorable Mention at the Korea Times Youth Music Competition. She has performed in two solo recitals and has performed biannually with the Beverly Hills Chamber Orchestra. Jenny has participated in the Frederic Chopin Felix Mendelssohn Minifest 2005 and has regularly performed at the Colburn School of Performing Arts from 2003 - 2008. Jenny was also a part of the Goldcoast Chamber Music Festival and was awarded the second prize at the Chamber Music Walker Competition. She has excellent communication skills and has worked as an assistant to the Program Coordinator at Montecito Summer Music Festival while also participating as a performer. In addition to her musical abilities, Jenny has received many academic honors as well. She is a member of the Agoura High Chapter of the California Scholarship and is also on the Dean’s List at the University of Southern California. She graduated from USC with a BA in Music and emphasis on Piano.
Jenny started teaching neighborhood kids while she was in high school and has continued to inspire her students throughout her academic studies. She strives to make every lesson different, tailored to individual student’s needs, whether he or she is a beginning toddler or in need of advanced technique.
Dance Jenny has always had a passion for the performing arts. During her years at USC, she discovered Latin dancing. She has performed, choreographed, and taught for USC's Latin dance team Break On 2 and is still involved. She has participated and performed at numerous salsa and bachata festivals/congresses.
Acting, Algebra, Basic Math, Dance, Elementary Math, Film Acting, Math, Piano, Singing, Violin, Broadway Singing, English, Music Performance, Music Recording, Opera Voice, Phonics, Songwriting, Speaking Voice, Theater Acting, Theatrical Dance
Poised, energized, and armed with unforgettable performance ability, Michelle G. is a firework in the artistic arena. Her training began at the young age of 3 with the violin, and a few years later received classes for piano and voice. Excelling in all three, Michelle developed a very passionate and dramatic personality that eventually led her to more dramatic genres such as opera and stage acting. Her aptitude to understand human emotions and relationships gives her a wide spectrum to play in as an actress. There is an organic flow to her interpretations both as an actress and musician that leads the audience to feel her emotional current. Her honest characterizations introduce deeper perspectives on what seems like the ordinary roles and storylines. Amongst the many other leads that she has played, her participation in roles like “Susanna” in The Marriage of Figaro, or “Donna Elvira” in Don Giovanni embody much vibrancy and integrity.
Through the development of her voice as a singer and actress, she has crossed over into other media such as voice over commercial work and vocals for pop/main stream music productions. She has recently participated as a vocalist and violinist in the albums of artists such as international jazz pop artist David Longoria, Latin pop singer Erick Bolivar, Grammy-nominated percussionist Souhail Kaspar, and American Idol’s Seysha. Over the last few years she has unraveled her musical skills as a songwriter/composer/arranger and has even had some small victories acquiring music placements on TV shows (NCIS, short film “Sumtin’ Like Dat”, The Dictator) for herself and some of her colleagues. Her inner brilliance is lighting a unique path before her, and she is bravely embracing each step forward in a promising creative career.
Michelle completed her Associates of Arts for Music/Music Education at the age of 18, and got later graduated Magna Cum Laude from the University of Miami with a Bachelor's of Arts for Musical Theater and Music Business, as well as from Florida International University with a Master's of Music in Vocal Performance.
Acting, Dance, Film Acting, Piano, Singing, Spanish, Broadway Singing, Improv Acting, Jazz Dancing, Music Theory, Opera Voice, Speaking Voice, Theater Acting, Theatrical Dance, Trombone
Hi! My name is LeAnna and I am a performing artist and teacher in the San Francisco bay area. I am 29 years old, live in Los Angeles, CA and graduated from San Francisco State University where I received my BA in Classical Music, my BA in Dance, with a focus in choreography, and a minor in Multi-Cultural Theatre. I work as an actor, singer, dancer, choreographer, Zumba instructor and teacher. I love the work that I do and teaching the performing arts is a great joy in my life.
So, just a little bit about me- My father was a saxophone jazz-playing musician who made music an important part of my life. I began piano when I was 7 years old and basically self-taught until I reached the university where I had some formal training. I fell into singing via theatre in high school and picked up trombone my junior where I played marching band and jazz band (some of the best times of my life!). Studying music at SFSU was very satisfying. Now, I enjoy working as an independent and local performing artist.
For me, the performing arts is one of the greatest expressions of art on the planet. I cherish it in all of its forms ,which is why I have such a strong, well-rounded background in many styles. For music, I trained for 9 years in classical voice while at SFSU and La Universidad de Catolica in Santiago, Chile, but always explored other styles. I sang for two years with the SFSU Gospel Choir and smaller jazz vocal groups, and over three years with the SFSU Afro-Cuban Jazz Ensemble, which is a mix of Latin folkloric music, Salsa and jazz. After I graduated, I had my own jazz quartet, the Happy Ensemble and now focusing on a great passion of mine- musical theatre!
As a teacher, I have been teaching private and group piano and voice music lessons for the past six years. I have taught from my home studio, at Sunset Music Academy, SF, with the Latimerlo Vocal Studio, (throughout east bay) and currently with Barbizon, SF and Saint Ignatius Preparatory, SF during the summer. I have worked with children as young as 5 years to adults in their 60s. I have also worked in after school programs for many years and assisted in designing music, dance and musical theatre programs for children K-8th. Teaching performing arts in very important to me. :)
Acting, Creative Writing, Dance, Film Acting, Modern Dance, Piano, Singing, Ballet, Broadway Singing, English, Flute, Jazz Dancing, Language, Music Performance, Music Theory, Opera Voice, Phonics, Reading, Songwriting, Speaking Voice, Theater Acting, Theatrical Dance
Cymbaline has been performing all her life. She began dance training at age 5, singing on stage at age 7, piano instruction at age 8, and flute at age 9. She has pursued the performing arts in her training, receiving a Bachelor of Arts degree in Music (Vocal Performance and Education) from Azusa Pacific University, as well as a Masters in Education from Grand Canyon University. Cymbaline has been seen on stage in many musical theater productions, including playing Marian in The Music Man, Anna in The King and I, and the Blue Girl in Shout! She has also done theater and film, including playing Elizabeth Bennet in Pride and Prejudice. She has taught voice, piano, and flute privately, as well as voice and musical theater classes. She has a great desire to pass on the knowledge she has gained through education and experience to anyone who has the desire to learn. She loves seeing students grow in the knowledge of music and performance and learning to apply their new skills. Music is the universal language, and the ability to play and sing will open up new doors of expression for each individual.
Dance, Jazz Dancing, Theater Acting, Theatrical Dance
Falecia holds a Bachelor of Arts in Theater from Prairie View A&M University with 5yrs of teaching experience in many styles of dance such as Jazz, Hip-Hop, Lyrical and Bollywood just to name a few. She is apart of a wonderful animated dance show entitled "BollyDoll" where she plays the dynamic character of Khoon Reese, the show is performed at the Los Angeles Center in Downtown LA. Falecia is very passionate about pouring out her gift to inspire and help others achieve their goals and dreams through the art of movement and performing. Allow her to help bring out that passion for expression inside you!!
am an international Dancer, Choreographer, Instructor/Coach. Even if you have never taken a dance class, I guarantee that I can get you up on the dance floor. By breaking down body mechanics,timing and grooves I can teach anyone to dance!
If you have never done a dance step in your life but have the passion to learn, Bryan "Boogiemind" is here to teach you!!!
Focusing on each individual (or small group), I take you through
Hip Hop dance steps, mechanics, foundation, and concepts to get you out there and moving. Private lessons are great for Wedding Dance, Bar & Bat Mitzvahs, Exercise, Conditioning, Cardio, Physical Therapy, Training, and/or any Social outing!
My specialties include:
* The Robot
* Party dances
* Dancing with the opposite sex
My credentials include:
* America's Best Dance Crew season 2: The Boogie Bots,
* Missy Elliot
* Kirk Franklin
* Apl de Ap of the Black Eyed Peas
* opening for Marques Houston: Omarion
* Artistic Director of Mighty Shock Los Angeles (ages 8-12)
* Culture Shock, Washington, DC & LA Dance Troupe
* 2012-13 Artistic Director of Mighty Shock Los Angeles
* industrials for Paul Mitchell, Puma, Samsung, MedAssets
"Steven is very professional and extremely helpful. He always has a smile on and is serious about helping you phrase the music. I would highly recommend him to anyone."
"It's been really exciting so far! Jordan has been so helpful, so knowledgeable. I could not have found a better instructor and I'm getting better and better every day."
"My daughter's wedding was weeks away and I had never been able to dance a step. With Jenny's help, I came further than ever before in such short time in any subject."