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Popular Organ Teachers Near San Diego

Judy F.

El Cajon, CA
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Spencer V.

San Diego, CA
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Tim F.

Lemon Grove, CA
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Judy F. El Cajon, CA

Subjects Taught

Music Theory, Organ, Piano, Singing

About Me

I started taking music lessons at the age of 9. It began playing in the church and then I taught lessons in my home at the age of 16. I went on to attend and graduate from Christian Heritage College (now called San Diego Christian College) with a Bachelors Degree in Music and Business. I am now the Director of the Music Department at San Diego Young Artists Music Academy. I direct two youth and children choirs, a male chorus and a great adult choir. I also sing with the Voices of Prayze who travel with Jason Mraz from time to time. As a singer, pianist and as a teacher, I specialize in Gospel piano & vocal technique and repertoire. I also have a great deal of experience in Pop, R&B, and Classical so I am able to help students excel in these genres as well.

*** Lesson Details ***
As your private teacher, I can promise you a very soulful and rewarding experience – having fun is part of my lesson plan. My goal for each student is to build confidence through knowledge and experience. I will encourage each student to reach into their spirit and bring out what is already inside of them through the type of music that brings them happiness. After 3- 6 months of lessons from me pianist will be able to know beginning concepts, play songs of their choice by ear and note read simple songs also. Singers will know beginning vocal exercises, be able to project their voice, and sing high and low notes accurately to songs according to their ability.

*** Studio Equipment ***
Piano
Mic and Karaoke Machine
A Stage to Practice Performance Technique
Music Books

*** Specialties ***
Gospel & classical

Spencer V. San Diego, CA

Subjects Taught

Organ, Piano

About Me

I was born in Santa Barbara, but I have lived in many states and I have also lived outside of the country. I started to play the piano at age 11, which is much older than when most children start. Once I began playing the piano I became addicted to it. Because I have moved around a lot, I had many piano teachers and learned from many different teaching styles. In college I began playing the organ and I am now the organist at St. Ann Catholic Church in Logan Heights.

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I am neither too strict nor too laid back, but just right! I have taught many students, each of whom respond differently to different teaching styles. Some students respond better to a more rigid style of teaching, where others need more flexibility. What is important to me is that my students enjoy their piano lessons. While I prefer teaching the classics, Bach, Beethoven, Mozart, etc., I am open to teaching all kinds of music, provided that it is fruitful for my students' musical growth. Another important aspect in learning music is the sense of accomplishment. I feel that it is very important for my students to work on a piece of music to completion, because it is at that point when they get to enjoy the fruits of their labor. I always like to have my students leaving the lesson wanting more. If I do not inspire and motivate my students, I am not doing my job.

*** Studio Equipment ***
in living room in-home w/ seating for parents and a grand piano

*** Specialties ***
Classical, European. I am open to other genres if I believe it will benefit the student. There are some German resources that I like to use: Erstes Klavierspiel by Fritz Emonts (published by Schott).

Tim F. Lemon Grove, CA

Subjects Taught

Audio Engineering, Music Recording, Music Theory, Organ, Piano, Pro Tools Software

About Me

I am a San Diego based music teacher, producer, recording engineer, and performing musician. I graduated from SDSU with a Bachelor of Arts in Music Degree in 2005. I currently enjoy teaching audio production and recording techniques, music theory, basic to intermediate piano in many styles, including: rock, pop, funk, soul, hiphop, classical, and jazz.

On the recording and producing side, I have been recording and producing records for over 10 years and specialize in lofi/midfi funk, rock, afrobeat, dub, and soul music; using vintage/analog and digital recording equipment and techniques.

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Whether you are a beginner Organ student, intermediate Organ student, or advanced Organ student, a TakeLessons Instructor can help you learn or enhance your Organ skills. Your choices for a San Diego Organ instructor come from a variety of backgrounds, making it easy to find one that matches your interests and skill level. Each Organ instructor's specialties are listed on their profile, along with helpful details like teaching style, background, photos, student ...

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