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I have been teaching music theory (the explanation of music) for over thirty years. I started off as a guitarist who primarily played by ear. When I tried to learn theory in a piano based class it didn't connect. It was finally taught to me in a way that was easy, painless, and fun! You'll learn why an "E" chord is called a E chord. In fact, you'll learn how to construct any chord. You'll learn scales, and how they apply to chords and songs. You'll learn to transcribe songs, change keys, songwriting, chord melody, ear training, keys, arpeggios, improvising...all, at your pace. You'll say, "That wasn't as hard as I thought it was."
As a third generation musician, I've been playing professionally and teaching for over 25 years. I've had years of private lessons, graduated from GIT in Hollywood, taken college music courses and continue to perform, record, and teach music. YOU can have fun, learning songs that YOU like, or you can learn music theory (the explanation of music) or study different styles from rock to pop to hard core to blues, funk etc. All at YOUR pace. Many of my students, started from the point where they had never picked up an instrument and have gone on to tour or earn full music scholarships. It doesn't matter if it's a young girl wanting to learn some Disney Artist or some burly blue collar worker wanting to learn some Clapton: YOU can have fun learning guitar while improving at a rapid rate.
Understanding the fundamentals of music with harmony and applying performance for the overall experience.
Jesse's curriculum includes classical style emphasis teaching, as well as theory and performance. *** Studio Equipment *** Living room with a grand piano, couch for parents to sit and wait during lessons. Parking. *** Specialties *** Classical, pop,modern, Jazz. My forte is in classical performance.
Some people think that music theory is the "boring part" of learning music. Others think that theory is only part of learning how to read music, when in fact theory can complement ANYONE's ability to read, hear, perform, and even write music at any level.
I am a pianist. I am also a keyboardist, programmer, and music producer. But the title I probably most identify with is "composer." I realized early on that my own passion for performing was fueled by my hunger to actually CREATE music. So I set out to learn from the masters. I won competitions and scholarships in high school, then double-majored in piano and composition at the University of Kansas where I obtained my bachelor's degree before going on to record, write, and produce rock & electronic dance music. I love being a CREATOR of music; and that love just extends quite naturally into the collaborative creative process we have come to know as "teaching." There is no greater joy than creating music...except maybe seeing someone else I have trained and inspired create something ...
Learn how to read music, identify chord progression, analyze form and ear training.
Christian began to dedicate his life to Classical Guitar studies in 2008 while attending Fullerton Community College in Orange County. In 2011 He was accepted into the music department at The California State University Northridge to study Classical Guitar Performance. During the 2012/2013 school year, he was admitted into the CSUN Honors Guitar Quartet. With the quartet he has performed in The Valley Performing Arts Center and traveled to perform in San Francisco. He was awarded his Bachelor's Degree in Music in Fall 2013. Christian is currently pursuing his Master's degree at the University of Southern California in the Fall of 2014.
4-Part Voicing, Analyzing, Harmonization
Joseph R. has 5 years of experience teaching students elementary, middle school-aged children and adults on to how to play keyboard, guitar, flute and saxophone while sharing his learning experience with them as a self-taught saxophone and flute player and his more conventional education on piano and guitar. Joe started developing his musical talent through piano lessons at the age of 7. After only a year of formal study, he began to experiment with other instruments such as the bamboo flute, the guitar and the drums. When he moved to the United States at the age of 13, he was introduced to the schoolâs band where he chose to hone his skills with the flute. Since then, he has been exposed to classical and symphonic repertoire. During high school, he joined the marching band and at ...
I have experience in from prior music theory classes from college and am able to tutor any and all who need assistance.
I am a 4th year college student currently in the process of finishing my final year and receiving my Bachelor of the Arts degree in Music. I have prior experience in teaching single musicians and small chamber groups. My primary instrument is Cello, but I have studied Violin and Viola in theory during my time studying towards my degree. I also have experience in teaching Music Theory up to College level and I have slight experience in teaching vocalist. My primary teaching focus would be to teach String player (Violinist, Violist, and Cellist).
"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."