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Popular Flute Teachers Near Montclair

Michael C.

Upland, CA
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Cory B.

Riverside, CA
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Michelle C.

Rialto, CA
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Michael C. Upland, CA

Subjects Taught

Clarinet, Flute, Music Performance, Music Theory, Saxophone

About Me

Hailed by the New York Times for his “sweet intensity” and “insinuating smoothness,” Michael, woodwind specialist, is a prolific performer from solo and chamber concerts to pit-orchestras in musical theater and film recording sessions. He began playing saxophone at the age of 10 and picked up several new instruments along the way, recently completing a doctorate in Musical Performance from the University of Southern California. Michael is passionately dedicated to teaching, with over 10 years experience teaching 1 on 1 students, as well as chamber groups and masterclasses. Michael's diverse experience and fluency in many musical styles promises to provide a personalized and enriching experience tailored specifically to the student.

*** Lesson Details ***
The most important goal for me as a teacher is passing along the love that I have for music, and helping to make it a meaningful part of my students’ lives. It is my passion to help the student thrive in his studies, realize her potential, and be forever transformed by the experience.

As an instructor, I endeavor to relate to the student experience as much as possible by recalling my own studies, so that I may anticipate obstacles to motivation and learning, communicate effectively, and maximize the educational process. Every student-teacher relationship is unique and must be specifically designed and guided according to the student’s needs, abilities, and personal goals. The musical interests a student brings with him or her are a bridge to training on an instrument, and are essential in developing skills in listening, reading musical language, playing by ear, and improvising.

*** Studio Equipment ***
Provided: music stand, piano
Required: Instrument and relevant accessories, method books

*** Travel Equipment ***
Required: Instrument and relevant accessories, method books, music stand

*** Specialties ***
Saxophone - classical, modern/contemporary, beginning jazz improvisation
Clarinet - classical, musical theater
Flute - classical
Music Theory - tonal and post-tonal

Cory B. Riverside, CA

Subjects Taught

Bassoon, Clarinet, Flute, Music Performance, Music Theory, Oboe, Piano

About Me

I am a classically trained performer with a Master's degree from London's Royal College of Music. I love finding each student's own learning style to tailor the experience, and I encourage my students to make their own decisions about musical expression (with plenty of guidance, of course!).

In my work as a performer I have played with orchestras all over the world, from the South London Sinfonia to the Bombay Chamber Orchestra. My musical life is full of variety, and I think that the experiences I've had as a musician make me a creative and thoughtful teacher.

*** Lesson Details ***
I wouldn't call myself strict, but I do have high standards. I expect my students to put in the work at home, so that we can get the most out of lesson time. We will learn simple tunes in the very first lesson, and I will always balance technical exercises with fun. (Though I do think a lot of exercises are fun too!) After a few months we will have a solid foundation of music theory and will have developed your music reading abilities considerably. We will have worked on a great technical foundation of scales and exercises, so that your fingers won't fail you. We will also be delving in to longer and more complex tunes, and considering the possibility of some form of casual public or in-home performance, for you to show your family and friends what you've learned!

*** Studio Equipment ***
Baby grand piano,
Music stands,

*** Travel Equipment ***
I expect students to have their own instruments and music.

*** Specialties ***

Michelle C. Rialto, CA

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About Me

Michelle C. received her Bachelor degrees in Flute Performance and General Music Studies from California State University, San Bernardino and her Master's degree in Flute Performance from the University of Redlands. She is currently pursuing her Artist Diploma at the University of Redlands under the guidance of Sara Andon. Her flute teachers include Jarold Prichard, Rebecca Tomlinson, and Sara Andon.

While at CSUSB, Michelle served as the principal flutist and piccolo for the Chamber Winds and Symphonic Band. In 2009, Michelle won the Instrumental Concerto Competition, where she performed Kent Kennan's Night Soliloquy with the CSUSB Symphonic Band. Michelle was chosen to perform in the Student Showcase that same year as a representative of the CSUSB Music Department, in which her performance was recorded and used as part of the department's recruitment CD. Michelle held a music scholarship for four years at CSUSB, and was recognized as Flutist of the Year in 2008, and Musician of the Year in 2009.

At the University of Redlands, Michelle has served as principal flute in the University Orchestra, Wind Ensemble, and Wind Quintet. Since 2011, Michelle has performed frequently with the Redlands Symphony as second flute. In 2012, Michelle was inducted into Pi Kappa Lambda, the National Music Honor Society. In the fall of 2012, Michelle was a finalist in the University of Redlands Concerto Competition. In 2013, Michelle won a spot as a performer in the Presidents Honor Recital, a public showcase for outstanding performers in the University of Redlands School of Music.

Michelle has performed in Master classes lead by Paul Edmund-Davies, Liisa Ruoho, and Tracy Harris. She has performed in the Silver Sounds Flute Choir, Moreno Valley Wind Symphony, Southland Symphony, Terrace View Community Theater and the Orange County Flute Ensemble. While in the Orange County Flute Ensemble she performed regularly on piccolo, alto flute, and bass flute. Her bass flute playing was a contributing factor in the ensembles acceptance as an exhibition performance group at the National Flute Convention in 2010.

Michelle teaches flute at the Community School of Music in Redlands, California and Kasier High School in Fontana regularly. She also has lead sectionals and master classes at schools throughout the Inland Empire. Michelle currently holds the Stage Manager Position with the Redlands Symphony Orchestra.

*** Lesson Details ***
With a Masters Degree from the University of Redlands I can provide Flute Lessons that are fun for all ages. Students will learn what it takes to play with good tone, rhythmic stability, musicality and have fun while doing it! Each student can expect to be encouraged to be the best they can be in a safe and fun atmosphere.

*** Travel Equipment ***
I require my students to have a working instrument, and appropriate sheet music/books. I can provide a stand if one is not available at their house.

*** Specialties ***
I teach mainly classical flute, focusing on developing skills through exercises for tone, articulation, finger dexterity. I also speecialize in 20th century techniques such as multiphonics and alternate fingerings

Victoria J.

Redlands, CA
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Shella Z.

Palm Desert, CA
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Emil R.

Riverside, CA
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Victoria J. Redlands, CA

Subjects Taught

Flute, Piano

About Me

Victoria is a graduate of the University of Redlands, having completed a double major in
both Music Performance and Music Education in 2012. In 2013, Victoria also received her Single Subject California Teaching Credential through the University of Redlands. She is an active performer and regularly plays with Redlands Symphony Orchestra. She has also played with the Dana Point Symphony, Pacific Symphony, Riverside Lyric Opera, California Philharmonic, and countless other ensembles and chamber groups. Before
studying with Sara Andon, Victoria had the privilege of studying under Florence
Estrin and Mary Bestgen. Throughout her studies, she has also participated in
master classes with Jim Walker, Walfrid Kujala, Tracy Harris, Thomas
Robertello, and Paul Edmund-Davies. On top of being an active performer,
Victoria has been an assistant elementary music teacher for the Redlands School
District since 2010, as well as maintaining a large private flute and piano studio consisting of students of all ages.

*** Lesson Details ***
My students can expect to have fun while they learn music literacy and the wonderful art and technique of playing a new instrument. I am friendly, positive, and upbeat in my teaching, yet I also maintain high standards for my students. I have a very warm personality and and very patient with my students, but of course I challenge them as well! I also put on a recital for my students at least twice a year so that their friends and family can appreciate the hard work they have put into their musical development. Performance venues for my students have included retirement homes, universities, and community centers. I encourage chamber music and organize for my students to play duets, trios, or quartets with each other.

*** Studio Equipment ***
Music stand, keyboard

*** Travel Equipment ***
The student must have a music stand and instrument.

*** Specialties ***
I am a classically trained flutist and pianist.

Shella Z. Palm Desert, CA

Subjects Taught

Acting, Broadway Singing, Flute, Music Performance, Music Theory, Opera Voice, Piano, Singing, Songwriting, Speaking Voice, Theater Acting

About Me

I have been teaching private lessons to children and adults for over 18 years. My experience in private teaching, public school classrooms (credentialed music teacher - band and choir) and colleges (music professor - theory and history) render me very versatile in understanding the various factors which impact individual learning and motivation. My students thoroughly enjoy their lessons and have a very long-standing continuation in pursuing their goals as a result. Discontinuation of lessons has much to do with uninspired teaching and student-teacher disconnect. My students feel very understood and my authenticity in communication is refreshing for many.

I am not a teacher who pushes students who are not interested into doing competitions, however, I sincerely support and challenge each student with their own goals and ambitions. My students have won awards and performed in many competitions, live performances and television.

I'm a classically trained musician who has also taken it to deeper levels by investigating and thoroughly researching other methodologies which are both technically sound and utilize healthy approaches to sustain performance health and longevity. Inappropriate technique or unhealthy approaches to technique can actually limit or permanently damage your ability to sing or play. As such, healthy technique is my highest priority.

I do follow a structured repertoire, however, I am very flexible in meeting the interests and needs of individual students. My students are not stifled by unilateral methodology approaches. my expertise in the music field also offers my students deeper insight into the cultural, historical, and practical applications of everything they study with me. My students learn theory and composition as part of their instrument lessons.

I highly recommend piano lessons for all voice students as well. This renders them much more able to help themselves rehearse at home. CDs are utilized, but basic keyboarding skills are a true essential for any serious vocal student. However, vocal lessons are offered independently of piano lessons. The decision to take both is up to the student.

Private Lessons Offered: Voice, Piano, Composition, Music Theory, Song-Writing.

Group lessons in history, theory, composition, chorus/show choir, band or group piano are also available. Specialized arrangements for homeschool groups are offered as well.

*** Studio Equipment ***
Kawai Piano
Garage Band Recording
mp3 player
CD player

Emil R. Riverside, CA

Subjects Taught

Basic Math, Bass Guitar, Broadway Singing, Elementary Math, Flute, Guitar, Math, Reading

About Me

I'm a guitarist, pianist, flutist, singer, song writer, composer, music director and a full time music instructor for piano, guitar, flute and voice. I've been teaching for more than 14 years now. My students have professionally performed, gone to music college, won singing contests, and landed lead roles in musicals.

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