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Popular Music Recording Teachers Near Pasadena

Eugene H.

Stafford, TX
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Michelle H.

Cypress, TX
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Tramane M.

Houston, TX
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Eugene H. Stafford, TX

Subjects Taught

Music Performance, Music Recording, Music Theory, Piano, Speaking Voice, Violin

About Me

Greetings and Salutations! I want to let you know, whether you're a music student or a fellow lover of music, that you have great untapped potential for music! More so than most people would tell you, because music is a powerful, life giving, uplifting gift that comes to all those that love and enjoy it.

If you have a desire to pursue music in any shape or fashion. I congratulate you! You open to yourself a brand new world filled with fun, excitement and great opportunities.

My Philosophy:

There is great music potential waiting to be untapped in yourself. I value greatly the time I spend with every student and wish them to become the very best at the instrument they wish to pursue.

There is indescribable expression to be found in music. A wide range of emotions can be conveyed along with untold stories just waiting to be opened up. I will help foster a student's ability to see music for what it really is and help them strive for whatever musician they wish to become, whether it be for personal fulfillment, just for fun and recreation, or even in the pursuit of becoming an effective classical musician.

My Education:

My mother took me took a classical concert when I was six and I sat in the front of the stringed section. After the concert I made my decision that would shape the rest of my life, I wanted to become like those musicians.

I eventually graduated from a local music school in the following years in piano and violin and immediately went to enter the Tchaikovsky Conservatory. I was among the 10 out of 40 applicants that were eventually chosen, along with being the youngest of them as well.

After four years of study, I graduated and received my Bachelor's Degree in Music. I then went on to study for another year and received my Master's Degree in Piano.

My Other Experience:

I was Church Music Director in Kiev for Living Water Church from 2002 - 2010. I directed the adult choir, directed and led church worship services, accompanied various musicians and managed all aspects of church music responsibilities, including budgeting, rehearsals, planning and library management.

I also have been a private music teacher for several years teaching adults and young students. I planned lessons with them and established their repertoire.

I am also fluent in the Russian language and have extensive computer literacy.

Notable Recitals

Tchaikovsky National Academy of Music Kiev, Ukraine
(Winter and Spring recitals throughout 2005 to 2010)
Performed works by Bach, Mozart, Beethoven, Chopin, Liszt, Rachmaninoff, and Gershwin

Music School no. 9 Kiev, Ukraine (Spring 2005, Winter 2007)
Performed works by Bach, Beethoven, Liszt, Chopin, and Rachmaninoff

Revutzky Music College Chernihiv, Ukraine (Summer 2010)
Performed works by Beethoven and Gershwin

St. Sophia Orthodox Cathedral Kiev, Ukraine (Spring 2010)
Performed Chamber music works by Beethoven

I do look forward to meeting you and working together with you in learning music!


*** Lesson Details ***
I pay close attention to the fundamentals of music especially throughout the early lessons. These include reading notes, measuring tempo and rhythm, sight reading, hand positioning, posture, and technique.

I believe in positive reinforcement for all my students. Building a kind and friendly atmosphere is paramount for encouraging students, especially children, to continue pursuing music. Everyone I believe has hidden music potential, and I believe the key to unlocking this is through inspiration. Music is a grand adventure of excitement and discovery for everyone.

I am very kind and honest with my students and am never too strict with them, but I do require and greatly encourage regularly that they make habitual practice a vital part of their musical education. As the old saying goes, "Practice makes Perfect." There is great truth to that saying especially when learning a musical instrument.

*** Travel Equipment ***
Student's to provide necessary instrument, piano or violin

*** Specialties ***
Russian School of Piano Playing, Beginner to Professional Piano Performance, Advanced Music Performance, Music Theory, and Intermediate Violin and Music Recording

Michelle H. Cypress, TX

Subjects Taught

English, Music Performance, Music Recording, Music Theory, Opera Voice, Piano, Singing, Songwriting, Speaking Voice

About Me

I have enjoyed tremendous success as a Singer/Songwriter, Vocal Coach, Actress, Musician,Composer, Director, and teacher. I am originally from Ohio, but am now based out of Houston, Texas

I also Teach Stage Presence, and all of my students participate in live Recitals to showcase their progress. Music Theory to ensure that all students are equipped with the tools to succeed.

*** Lesson Details ***
Michelle has been teaching privately for over 13 years to students of all ages and is well versed in most styles: jazz, blues, rock, funk, gospel, classical, etc. I cover topics ranging from learning how to play starting from the basics to improving your current skills Acting,Child Acting, Improv Acting, Film and TV Acting, Artist Development, Stage Presence

*** Studio Equipment ***
Studio for Group and Private Piano and Voice lessons. Full studio upstairs with 2 keyboards with acoustics set up and microphones and amplifiers.
Studio-Both upright piano and keyboard

*** Travel Equipment ***
Electric Piano Amplifier

*** Specialties ***
Gospel, Jazz, Pop, Classical, Music Theory, Acting, Child Acting, Improv Acting, Film and TV Acting

Tramane M. Houston, TX

Subjects Taught

Arrangement and Composition, Christian Gospel, Classical Piano, Ear Training, Gospel Singing, Music Performance, Music Recording, Organ, Piano, Singing, Songwriting

About Me

Tramane teaches ages 5 and up. He believes that you are never too old to learn to play or sing. He informs his students that music is all around us. Tramane will help bring out the musical gifts that you've never thought that you've had or possessed. With his 20 plus years of teaching experience, you will receive the first class attention and skills needed to further your musical endeavors. Tramane also mentors and tutors to provide support for his students. As a teacher, Tramane believes that you must go beyond the call of duty to make sure that your job is done well by developing an open access to you, receive valuable information and resources in your musical career. He is also known to refer his students for job opportunities in the music field. He also says it is a rewarding feeling when he teaches someone and help them get started on their musical journey.

*** Lesson Details ***
You will receive personal instruction to give you positive encouragement to be the best musician or singer. Lessons will include some of the following, but not limited to. For example: Comprehensive Music Theory, how to play and or sing scales, commonly used musical terms, uses of different clefs, notation, dynamic markings, tempo, time signatures, sight-singing and reading, ear-training, and much much more!!! After 3 or 6 months you will have mastered principle elements to make wonderful music! He prefer to use two different types of curriculum. They are Bastien's and Alfred's. He provide a stress-free learning environment to help you to reach your musical goals.

*** Studio Equipment ***
Computer and Keyboard

*** Travel Equipment ***
Portable 67 key Yamaha Keyboard

*** Specialties ***
Jazz, Gospel, Classical, R & B

Bryan M.

Tomball, TX
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Berk S.

Houston, TX
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Bo W.

Pasadena, TX
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Bryan M. Tomball, TX

Subjects Taught

Broadway Singing, Music Performance, Music Recording, Music Theory, Opera Voice, Singing, Speaking Voice

About Me

Baritone, Bryan holds a bachelor of music in classical voice from the Manhattan School of Music and a Master of Arts degree from New York University with a concentration in vocal jazz and studio music.

At 15 he was given his first Frank Sinatra record, which he would listen to for hours, studying the nuances and phrasing. In the fall of 1995, Bryan entered the Manhattan School of Music in NYC, where he majored in classical voice. During his freshman year, Bryan performed several times on New York’s restaurant row, including Don’t Tell Mamas and Danny’s Skylight Room, where he thrilled audiences with his own style and voice accompanied by his newly formed jazz trio.

In the summer of 1997, Bryan accepted an offer from the Glenn Miller Orchestra to begin touring. The tour took him all over the US, Canada, the Hawaiian Islands and Japan. He returned to the Manhattan School of Music to finish his undergraduate degree in 2000, but he remained in New York City to complete his Master’s degree from New York University in jazz and contemporary music. Then, in 2002, Bryan joined the off-Broadway cast of “Our Sinatra,” a production about the musical legacy of the late Frank Sinatra—the show ran an unprecedented two and a half years.

In addition to touring the world with his jazz trio, Bryan has had the pleasure of working with The Glenn Miller Orchestra, The New Gene Krupa Orchestra, The Tommy Dorsey Orchestra, and The Nelson Riddle Orchestra.

“Bryan is a first rate singer of the songs of the American Popular Songbook. Great voices are abundant out there and he is one of them,
but what sets him apart is his musicality and ability to communicate. He has done many performances of my production Our Sinatra and he falls into that elite group of the very few young singers who really understand this music.”

-Jack Lewin
Producer “Our Sinatra”

“Bryan Anthony evokes memories of the young Sinatra without trying to pass himself off as a reincarnation.”

-Francis Davis
The Village Voice

Bryan's second record "Songs For Dreamer's", which includes many songs of the “Great American Songbook,” is available for download on itunes and rhapsody. His new record, “A Night Like This,” recorded with the Gary Norian trio, includes several original songs as well as re-imagined standards and was released in July of 2011 by Mercator Media. This record is also available for download on itunes.

In the studio, the focus is on arming his students with the tools and skills necessary to enjoy their musical journeys more fully. This task is undertaken by strengthening and building a healthy technique while concurrently cultivating a strong sense of artistry, creativity and respect for the process of preparing and performing vocal music.

*** Lesson Details ***
Bryan will tailor his lessons to the goals of his individual students. He will focus on the technical aspects of building a healthy and sustainable way of singing that will be able to be used for any genre of music. Bryan specializes in jazz and the songs of "The Great American Songbook" which encompass the likes of the Gershwins, Cole Porter, Irving Berlin, Sammy Cahn, Jule Styne, Steven Sondheim, etc. "I will help the students find repertoire that will fit their own personality so they will be able to really get inside of the songs they sing. I will teach the art of performance practice for each song that we choose to work on. " My approach to building a students repertoire is quality not quantity.

Bryan feels it is important to get out of the lessons what each individual student wants. So, he doesn’t have a set curriculum. Instead, he tailors each lesson to the individual student. Bryan is a very patient teacher and presents material in an easily digestible manner, so that you will progress at your own pace. Bryan loves working with beginners and getting them off to a good start, as much as he enjoys taking advanced students to the next level.

Among the aspects that set Bryan apart from other teachers is his extensive knowledge about the history of music, especially the songs of the "Great American Songbook, technical aspects of singing and music theory. He is able to relate whatever you are doing to the core fundamentals of healthy singing and music in general. He feels it is essential to understand what you are singing and why you are singing it.

*** Studio Equipment ***
Home studio is the front room of the house w an upright piano and couch, doors can close to be private, music books, and seating for parents. Street parking is available.

*** Travel Equipment ***
I can provide study materials and vocal exercise accompaniment

*** Specialties ***
I have extensive knowledge in vocal jazz, american songbook, and classical repertoire. I also have knowledge of music theory and spoken word for theater or public speaking. I have studied linguistics as part of my college courses.

Berk S. Houston, TX

Subjects Taught

Music Performance, Music Recording, Music Theory, Trombone, Tuba

About Me

Berk S., trombone, is a performer and educator living in the Houston area. Berk earned his M.M. from Rice University's Shepherd School of Music and a B.M. from Oberlin Conservatory where he studied with James DeSano. As a professional he has developed his goal to serve as an advocate for the arts through creative performances that resonate with a 21st century audience, interactive community outreach, and education that reflects both the time-honored traditions of Western classical music and the realities facing today’s young musicians. His musical experiences have taken him across the globe, from Saint Peters Basilica, Vatican City with the Youth Orchestra of the Americas performing a Mozart Mass under the direction of Helmuth Rilling, to Carnegie Hall with Maestro Valery Gergiev and Ravel's Bolero. Berk has toured the Western Hemisphere extensively, teaching and performing in Argentina, Brazil, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru, and Uruguay with the Youth Orchestra of the Americas directed by Carlos Miguel Prieto. In the United States, Berk has performed with the Akron and Youngstown Symphony Orchestras in Ohio and the Aspen Festival Orchestra, directed by David Zinman and Robert Spano. He has also played bass trombone for Carl Topilow and the Firelands Symphony Orchestra during its 2009-2010 season. In the spring of 2010 he was selected as a finalist in the International Trombone Association Marsteller Competition. As an avid contemporary musician Berk has commissioned and performed many new creative works. Collaborations include “Catch” by Kevin Dee and “Pink to Blue” by Ryan Lester (2010-2012). A grant awarded to him by the Hilda and Hershel Rich Family Endowment for Student Community Service funded the premier of "Procession," a trombone concerto by Seung-ah Oh, recipient of the Buma Toonzetters Prize. In addition he has composed and performed his own music in collaboration with Houston based Da Camera of Houston, Two Star Symphony, and the Shepherd School Composers Outside the Lines:An Un-Concert. Berk is an avid educator and supporter of creative teaching methods, maintaining a large studio of private low brass students in Houston. Many of his students have gone on to pursue music professionally. Berk plans on returning to Ecuador this summer to teach with the Sociedad Fondo Jovenes Talentos in Guayaquil and perform the Tomasi Trombone Concerto.

*** Lesson Details ***
Please contact me with any additional inquires. I will send you a detailed syllabus and a list of materials you will need while studying with me.

Professional Recommendations

“In addition to being a great musician and teacher, Berk S. is the utmost professional in all he has done for Strake Jesuit College Preparatory. Whether through communication, adjudication, instruction, or performance, Berk has kept a very high standard. We are happy to have Berk with us!”

Ben Ware, Director of Bands at Strake Jesuit College Preparatory, June 28, 2011, Ben worked directly with Berk at Strake Jesuit College Preparatory

“Berk performed and recorded several of my compositions and it was always evident that Berk is one of the best trombone players and finest musicians out there. Due to his tremendously diligent work-ethic and level of professionalism, he is always prepared for his commitments and brings a refreshing amount of enthusiasm to everything he performs. Incredibly accurate with impeccable intonation and rhythm, it is always a pleasure and a gift to be able to work with Berk.”

Ryan Lester, Composer at The Daily Show with Jon Stewart and Criminal Minds, August 20, 2011, Ryan advised Berk at Oberlin College

Student Recommendations

“Being a senior at Cypress Woods High School I have had good amount of Lesson teachers over the years, both Bass Trombone and Tenor. It’s safe for me to say that Berk S. has been one of the best lesson teachers by far that I have had, and I would not have been able to make it through this year without him. As a Bass Trombonist I have learned so much from Berk, he makes the lessons stress free and enjoyable while at the same time keeping a (mostly) serious tone throughout the lesson. His instruction has proven most valuable to my success as I just received my acceptance letter to Sam Houston's School of Music.”

Ryan Carr, Bass Trombone, studied with Berk at Cypress Woods High School 2012-14, currently a student at Sam Houston School of Music.

“I am in my senior year of high school, and I have had a decent number of teachers, clinicians, and directors to study with. I can honestly say that he is one of the best teachers I have ever had. Not only is he great at communicating with his students, but he is able to not make one feel intimidated, like I have felt with some teachers, but instead creates an environment where it's easy to exchange ideas and learn. On top of that, he is a great player, and a great teacher. I have learned the most from him this year than any other teacher I've had so far, and he was able to help me with auditions for region, college, and drum corps, from everything to audition etiquette, dealing with nerves, and time management. And, most importantly, I have grown as a musician, and as a performer, and have learned many things about trombone, music, and education that I will take with me for a long time.”

Mason Wallis, Tenor Trombone, studied with Berk at Cypress Woods High School 2012-14, currently a student at The School of Music at The University of Arizona.

“I have had many trombone teachers over several years, and Berk is by far the very best I have ever had. He's taught me to play music that is harder than I could ever learn to play, but now it is quite feasible with his teaching methodology. Berk is awesome!”

Lana Huston, Tenor Trombone, studied with Berk privately 2010-13.

“My daughter has been taking lesson from Berk the past year and she has improved tremendously. Her tone is beautiful now; sounding almost like a french horn. She has also won several first places in solo contests which I know would not have happened without Berk's help! We will sign up for another year! Thanks Berk!”

Mother of Lana Huston..

*** Specialties ***
Orchestral and solo performance.

Bo W. Pasadena, TX

Subjects Taught

Ear Training, Music Performance, Music Recording, Piano, Songwriting

About Me

With over 40 years of professional playing on small and large stages I am able to offer my students a diverse range of educational resources.
I am still playing actively in bands in surrounding area.

*** Lesson Details ***
I am easy going and I want you to feel comfortable and at ease, but we do need to focus & can have fun doing it.
I utilize various methods , which is determined by the students learning style & needs, so this can change as time goes on
(not sticking to one particular publishers materials). I have done (& continue to do) extensive research into materials available for Piano and supplement with my own, to utilize the best out there for "YOU" for the best possible progress. While ensuring an extremely well-rounded musical education, so you can progress at the best possible rate. Since each student's potential is different, each will progress differently. This is also determined by your dedication to daily practice (the more you practice, the quicker you will progress & the more accomplished you will become). This is a 'Team Effort'; I give the guidance & tools, and you practice, utilize & learn these tools, & off we go! The sky is the limit!!! :-D

*** Studio Equipment ***
Keyboard with stand
Recording with Sonar X2, assorted mics.
I also can do demo recordings and one sheets for professionals.

*** Travel Equipment ***
Travel up to 16 miles
Portable keyboard with stand and chair

*** Specialties ***
Pop, Country

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