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I teach the Suzuki Method and focus on playing by ear to allow you to develop great technique, intonation and enjoyment of playing music. We will later focus on music theory, sight reading and exploring any genre of music you're interested in after establishing a strong foundation.
I'm a multi-intrumentalist, songwriter, and singer. I've toured internationally performing my original music as well as playing multiple instruments in bands. I produce and record music that can be heard in film and television. I teach several instruments and genres of music and take your tastes and learning style into utmost consideration. I always begin with practical exercises to develop technique, then we can focus on playing the music you love.
To vocal students I teach exercises that develop technique and allows you to explore your voice. I will help you learn to make sounds you love. Singing is created by breath and muscles which we have full access to. Anyone can learn with proper focus, care and practice. I can also help you with recording and microphone technique ...
I teach from beginner to intermediate Viola, I am also very open to teaching other kinds of music the student wants to learn
Hello my name is Rebekah S., I am a violin and viola teacher.
Member Lakeland Youth Symphony 1991-2000
Participated in 4 Strings Summer Camp for 2 years
Taught at Path 23 home school group for 3 years.
Played in Northern New Jersey Youth Orchestra. Todd VanBeveren, Director and Conductor.
Music Librarian for Northern New Jersey Youth Orchestra.
Played Lakeland Youth Symphonies 50th Anniversary concert.
Played with, assisted Todd VanBeveren, conductor of the New Jersey Inter-generational Orchestra.
Worked with Christopher Nam in the County College of Morris orchestra.
Coached a Northern New Jersey Youth Orchestra Quartet.
Coached in Northern New Jersey Youth Orchestra Music Camp.
Played with Peter Winograd of the American String Quartet as a part of the Northern ...
Learn to play folk music or classical. Explore this deep and beautiful instrument!
Private instruction, early childhood education, elementary and high school education
Benjamin H. is a professional violinist and violist with a Bachelor's and Master's Degree in performance from the Manhattan School of Music. Mr. H. is also New York State Certified to teach in New York Public Schools for Grades K - 12. He has been in the music industry for over 20 years. Whether you're an advanced student preparing for an audition, or a beginner interested in learning a new instrument as a hobby, Mr. H. would be happy to use his years of expertise to help you!
An active teacher, as well as performer, Mr. H. has been teaching violin and viola since 2004. He has taught students of all ages and experience levels. He currently serves as an after-school violin and viola instructor at the Bronxville School in Bronxville, New York. Mr. H. also holds a position as a violin and viola instructor at the Hunterdon Academy of the Arts in Flemington, New Jersey, and also serves as a violin coach for the Stamford Young Artist's Philharmonic in Stamford, Connecticut.
I suggest viola to young students that already have violin experience, as well as to adults looking for a deeper sound at the early stages. Viola is my primary performance instrument.
Welcome! I am a violin and viola teacher from New York and a registered member of the Suzuki Association of the Americas. I am an active performer of contemporary and classical music, and my commitment is to instill my students with both a passion for playing music and an outstanding technical foundation.
My teaching method is tailored to each student's individual learning style and motivation for playing. The first question I will ask at every first lesson is: what music do you love? This can be one song - a nursery rhyme, classical melody, or popular song - or a genre of music. Regardless of age, I believe that the most effective path for learning violin or viola is to start with the music!
For younger children, I suggest beginning with the Suzuki method in order to ...
My style of teaching draws from many influences. As players, we try to emulate the human voice, and I always suggest my students draw their inspiration from great jazz and soul artists: Ella Fitzgerald, Erykah Badu, Sarah Vaughn, etc.
I also teach ways of technique that work with the body, rather than against. My studies in the Tuttle coordination technique, in ballet and contemporary dance, and in pilates have helped me combine ease of playing with expressive performances.
Hello there! I'm J, and I'm a violist/violinist at the Manhattan School of Music. I'm originally from Long Island, and I graduated from Interlochen Arts Academy. I started teaching while I was in school, helping out younger kids in my studio, and now I teach students of all ages and ability levels. Prices are negotiable for low-income students.
My teaching style incorporates aspects of the Tuttle coordination system, helping students play without tension and unnecessary stress while helping them express music to the fullest. I teach the individual, not the system, and each student has a curriculum tailored to them. Teaching the joy that comes with the performance of music is my greatest goal.
I also write poetry, and have publications forthcoming in the following ...
"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."