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I have a Bachelor of Science in Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering from Webb Institute in New York, and am prepared to tutor in a number of academic subjects to any students who would like to broaden their resources and learn from someone who loves the subject matter and loves teaching it.
I have been musically active since I was able to put two words together, and I never stop learning and expanding my interests and abilities as a musician. I have participated in musical theater productions, including leading and supporting roles, I have been in a number of choral groups covering everything from classics to pop, and I am a member of two bands in the Seattle area, playing guitar and mandolin, and singing lead vocals with 2-4 part harmonies. I most enjoy being a part of a band ...
come learn how to play chords and strumming. while learning some blues grass tunes.
It’s not the stage, it’s not the glory: it’s the pure joy of playing music. We often put musicians on a pedestal: “this guy’s better than I am, I’ll never be that good.” Here’s a quote from one of the best guitarist of our time:
“I dedicated all the time I had to it. The 10 hour workout was just what I put in the magazine at the time, but for me it was every waking moment.” ~ Steve Vai
To Steve, it was the music that gave him great joy. Simply put, he played because he loved it. This is my goal as a teacher: to show people that music takes time, it takes determination, it takes passion, and most importantly, it’s really fun! It can be an expression of who you are.
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My goal in teaching is to help you reach your objective and beyond. I will help you in the best way I know to understand your fingerboard, tone, intonation, timing and taste. Teaching would include much technique and practice methods I and many others have gone through. Styles will include bluegrass, Texas fiddle, progressive bluegrass and many influences from various genres.
James Meyers says, "Stephen, hailing from Maple Valley, Washington, is one of those rare musicians whose dexterity and extreme familiarity with his instrument allow him to instantly channel musical ideas from his mind to his instrument. To think of a lick is to play it, and thanks to his varied taste in genres ranging from jazz to bluegrass, he has a large palette of rhythmic and melodic ideas to create pleasing, yet unpredictable music whose maturity suggests a musician far beyond his years. Having started classical violin at the age of eight, Stephen soon switched to Texas fiddle music. He then continued to hone his technique and ear as he competed for several years in fiddle contests across the Northwest. Turning from the rigidity of the contest style Stephen then began to focus ...
"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."