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My lessons are custom-oriented to your goals. You will learn confidence in your abilities to perform well and have fun. I will train your mental toolkit, while steering you toward the digital and real-world tools you need to achieve musical success.
Working towards clearly defined goals in a low-pressure, focused environment, my students reach their maximum potential quickly and with confidence. With my expertise and your dedication, we'll have fun and you'll come away from each lesson with something new to work on.
You already enjoy listening to music, now it's time to enjoy making it!
I've appeared on recordings with dozens of rock, pop, jazz, and classical groups, and perform on a variety of instruments and styles ...
Instruction for fundamentals and techniques of clarinet as a primary instrument (or doubling instrument) in both classical and jazz styles.
Stephanie is a teaching artist, and fun, passionate educator from El Paso, TX. She enjoys teaching and connecting with a wide array of students of all ages, playing levels and musical backgrounds.
Currently, Stephanie is in pursuit of her Master's Degree in Saxophone Performance at The New England Conservatory and is a student of Mr. Kenneth Radnofsky. She performs with NEC's Wind Ensemble, Symphonic Winds, Philharmonia orchestra, and saxophone quartet. She is the recipient of NEC's 2013-2014 Teaching Fellowship while serving as a music instructor at the Margarita Muņiz Academy in Jamaica Plain, Massachusetts.
If Stephanie is not in the classroom teaching, she is most likely cooking up a delicious dish in the kitchen while salsa dancing or out exploring all ...
Must supply own clarinet -- I would be willing to help find a student instrument. Can teach all ages.
Beginner clarinetists will learn to read music, and begin by learning the parts of the instrument, and the fundamentals of breathing and posture, with simple songs soon to follow.
Intermediate clarinetists will expand their repertoire and technique, and begin work on important orchestral excerpts and solos, with an eye towards competition. Bass clarinet may be explored at this point.
Advanced clarinetists will continue to polish technique and expanding their repertoire, with a focus towards audition preparation and competition. Bass clarinet, A clarinet, C clarinet, or any other member of the clarinet family may be explored further at this time.
I have taught private instruction and group instruction in such varied subjects as Music Theory/Ear Training, Woodwinds, and Crochet. I am completing a B.A. of Music at University of Massachusetts - Boston, with an expected graduation of August, 2014. As a working musician, I currently perform oboe with the Brockton Symphony Orchestra (Dir. James Orent), Calliope Ensemble (Dir. Julia O'Toole), and the University of Massachusetts - Boston Chamber Orchestra (Dir. Dr. Jon C. Mitchell). I have most recently studied under Dr. Emilian Badea in both Oboe and Accordion, with Bulent Guneralp in Piano and Voice, and with Dr. David Patterson for Music Theory, Ear Training, Arrangement and Composition. Music has been an important part of my life for over 20 years.
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I have been teaching successfully since January of 2013. I am happy to teach students of all levels, as I have experience working with middle school to high school level students! Fundamentals are extremely important to me, as I believe that in music making, if the fundamentals aren't there, then the student can only be so successful up to a certain point. My goal for everyone I teach, is to set them up so that they have the necessary tools of knowledge to be successful in their future endeavors.
Tiffany Ye has been teaching private lessons since 2013 and is currently available to teach lessons at Boston University's College of Fine Arts. She has helped students make region band, area auditions, make good results at solo and ensemble contests, and make sure that they have a solid grasp on foundations.
A native of Texas, Tiffany received her training at Stephen F. Austin State University in 2014 where she received her undergraduate degree in Music Education. She is currently working on her master's degree in Clarinet Performance at Boston University.
I can teach Clarinet at any level, since it is my main instrument, I've been studying Clarinet for 20 years, and I have all the knowledge I need in order to lead other people from different ages to a professional musicianship.
I'm a 28 years old professional clarinetist and saxophonist. I've been giving classes from kids and teenagers to adults since 2006. I've been studying Clarinet since I was 8, and the saxophone since I was 20.
I've perform several times in many different positions:
Played first clarinet with Filarmonia Orchestra playing "The nutcracker" for 5 years.
Played as Concertino (Main clarinet) in El Hatillo's Concert Band for 10 years.
Performed in different theaters playing chamber music with several musicians.
I'm very enthusiastic and motivated to work with new people, no matter the age, to teach them what I've learned during my 20 years of experience!
Call me and you won't regret!
I have played clarinet as a double for various Bigbands, Pits, and Studio Sessions for 6 years.
My saxophone teachers showed me how to play clarinet with a basic proficiency to be able to play in professional settings.
Currently, Ryan is a Senior studying at Berklee College of Music on a full scholarship. He plays most woodwind instruments & keyboard, but primarily saxophone/flute.
"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."