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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.
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 ...
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 ...
I've recorded several times in Los Angeles, and have taken many courses from the Musicians Institute on recording drums live, or in the studio.
I have many tips and tricks, from how to mic, to tuning the set as well as how to use a metronome during a session.
As a Musicians Institute graduate, I've learned from exceptional drummers in the Los Angeles music industry. I gained and learned many tricks of the trade and can offer the same quality education to anyone. As a student myself, I realized that having great sound, solid timing and grove are just as essential as having cool beats to play. There are more technicalities to drumming than being able to play fast or having the best chops.
Aside from learning how to play drums, knowing how to think about music, how to listen to music, and how to study music will give a great foundation to any student of any style.
I first like to determine the students ability and understanding by working on a few coordination exercises and reading exercises.
From a good foundation, I build a ...
For more than 10 years, Daniel has maintained a private teaching studio of piano, guitar, bass guitar, and composition students. He has also taught music technology and music theory at Rice University, The Art Institute of Houston, and Collin County Community College.
Daniel encourages students to think deeply, work hard, and earn achievements by concentrating on music that moves them. Lessons will include technique, note reading, varied literature, and theory.
Thanks to his background in classical, jazz, popular, and experimental music, learning music from him will give you a well-rounded learning experience.
Besides being a musician, he is also known to be a video artist, cartoonist, and origami enthusiast.
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Zane W. starting taking lessons from Guitar Institute of technology graduate, Charlie Lair at 12 years of age and studied with him for 6 years. Zane began serious classical voice lessons when he was 18 from Dr. Paul Busselburg, and is now currently taking speech level singing.
He has taken 8 music theory courses and 8 ear training courses. Also, he is a proficient song writer.
Zane has been teaching both singing and guitar lessons for 4 years.
***He recently lost touch with most of his previous students due to working with t.v. show "The Voice" but is passionate about sharing his gift with others now that he is back in Houston.
Beginner recording consisting of recording through Midi Files and uploading or downloading from Sibelius, including recording your own music and notating it to sheet music through Recording in Real Time
My name is Lee M., Jr. I have been playing piano for at least 30 years. I performed my first recital piece at my home church back in 1974. I currently play piano and accompany the organist at Ralston Memorial Presbyterian Church located in northeast Houston. I am trained in Broadway, Ear training, and music theory from San Jacinto College North and Houston Baptist University. I do play some classical pieces from the Bach and Liszt era. I teach beginner, intermediate and advanced students either through the John Thompson series books or from a book of their choosing. I have played for several churches in my career: Hibbard Memorial Baptist Church, John Ralston United Baptist Church, First Baptist Church of Jacinto City, and currently Ralston Memorial Presbyterian Church. I have been ...
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