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Popular Tuba Teachers Near Forest Park

Nicholas K.

Merrillville, IN
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Q K.

Chicago, IL
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Dan M.

Glen Ellyn, IL
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Nicholas K. Merrillville, IN

My mission, is to create a private and educational environment to students of all ages. One that enriches their senses to music, through reading, writing, ear training, performance and technique.

About Nicholas

Nick comes from a family of four generations of music in the GREEK/Balkan repertoire. He graduated from Columbia College of Chicago with a concentration in Music Composition in December of 2009. Currently teaching and performing professionally, Nick enjoys all styles of music, but has been declared as an "old soul" by many of his friends. He enjoys playing lots of Motown, funk, and jazz, but is proficient in Classical, Rock, and Blues as well. When not playing music (rarely), he is a Board member for the GivingBackPack Foundation which provides school supplies to underprivileged children. Nick's dedication to education is shown through his music and his personal volunteer hours, he feels his diverse background gives his students an advantage to a broader perspective of ...

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David P. December 13, 2012
Guitar
Verified Student
the guy is Awesome!!!!!

I was blown away by the first lesson my son took the professionalism was great he learned more in the one day than his previous teacher taught him he's very passionate about music and how its played and heard. Also the using of proper technique he made me want to sign up and play I RECOMMEND him to all!!!!
Q K. Chicago, IL

About Q

Q holds a Bachelor of Music from Indiana University Fort Wayne in Bass Trombone Performance with a Minor in Upright Bass and has been a performer and teacher for over 20 years.

Q has performed on stage, in the pit, on the road, and in the recording studio. His bass, guitar, and vocal performance credits include The Hat Guys, The Greatest Hitmakers, Paris Delane, The Stoneflies, Digable Cat, Ken Allison, and Scott Dubose (formerly 101 Ranch Band), Down Silver, and many others.

Q studied electric bass with Bill Harrison; upright bass with Jeremy Baguyos; trombone with Ed King, David Cooke, and Dr. James Rouintree; organ and piano with Roberta Wagner, and voice with Vincent Slater.

In addition to guitar and bass, Q has taught piano, ukulele, trumpet, trombone, baritone, tuba, music ...

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jill M. September 19, 2013
Bass Guitar
Q is a wonderful teacher!

Q Kiser teaches my daughter bass - and beyond. Not only has she learned her instrument, Q is teaching her music theory, performance, composition and notation - WAY beyond simple guitar lessons! He challenges her to break through her comfort zone, and makes her take-home practice work interesting and fun. She loves going to her lessons, and has no qualms about performing. She is confident playing in almost any circumstance, even jamming with much older and more experienced professional musicians. Q has made sure that she can carry her musicianship as far as she wants or needs to. He is an intuitive teacher, and really relates well to her age.
Dan M. Glen Ellyn, IL

Every level welcome. Tuba is not recommended as a first instrument. A minimum of one year of study on euphonium is recommended. I have found the most success with using "Accent on Achievement" for beginners. As students progress, more materials will be needed. "Arban's: Complete Method" is standard for advancing students in my curriculum.

About Dan

Dan M. is a freelance musician and private lesson instructor in the Chicago area. Born in the Chicago suburbs, Mr. M. graduated from Northern Illinois University with a Bachelor of Music in euphonium performance, and traveled to Colorado where he earned a Master of Music in trombone performance at the University of Colorado at Boulder. As an active musician, he has performed on trombone and euphonium in many musical groups ranging form wind ensembles and orchestras to brass quintets and other chamber groups. Mr. M. was also a member of the Flatirons Brass Quintet at the University of Colorado, which toured to Beijing, China in May of 2011, and placed in the semi-finals of the internationally known Fischoff Chamber Music Competition in May of 2012.

As a teacher, Mr. M. has been teaching ...

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adam B. August 18, 2014
Euphonium · In home
Dan has taught for about 10 years and speaks with efficient feedback. His experiences playing in ensembles has made him an extremely strong musician. I would recommend him for any advanced brass lesson tutoring. He can relate to people of any age so younger students would benefit from his energetic nature as well.

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