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Teaching since 2010
Guitar Performance from Musicians Institute
I can show how to match musical theory into what a student wants to to play or learn around the same time. This allows him/her to simultaneously understand how theory applies to their learning process and expand the possibilities and understanding whether he/she is a singer or a instrumentalist, or both. Music theory may not be the most desirable subject to learn but by linking it to what they already know it opens many, many doors and this is where the epiphanies and fun begins.
Hi, my name is George. I am available to teach electric or acoustic guitar and bass either at my place or yours, or online. It started with learning violin at an early age. It opened doors to my musical journey in the future. I have played both electric and acoustic guitar for 18+ and attended M
Teaching since 2012
Bachelor of Music in Music Performance from University of North Alabama
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate
Music has the power to transport us to another time and place. Ever since a young age, Ashlyn Riley has found great joy and satisfaction in making music and sharing it with people. Ashlyn Riley is an accomplished harpist who has performed solo and with various orchestras and ensembles in North Alabama since 2007. She was the principal harpist for the Shoals Symphony Orchestra at UNA for four years and graduated in 2016 with a Bachelor's Degree in Music. Ashlyn continues to perform with her 1900s Wurlitzer harp for various events while she is pursuing a certification in Music Therapy at UA.
Ashlyn is also a accomplished pianist who as played over 19 years and performed in various recitals and concerts.
Ever since a young age, I have found great joy and satisfaction in making music and sharing it with other people. I have been teaching lessons for 8 years and love to help people fall in love with music. I have a Bachelors Degree in Music for Harp Performance from the University of North Alabama wh
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Teaches students 12 and up
Ready to uncover the expressive singing voice you know you have? I’ve been helping students discover joyful singing for 20 years. Lessons are tailor-made to the needs of the individual student with a focus on vocal health and proper production. You will learn how to warm-up your voice with exercises geared towards building the instrument, breath support, and tension release. We will work on repertoire with specific techniques for learning and developing a song. For students that are ready or interested, we will work on applications such as working with an accompanist or band, creating arrangements and presentation. Beginners to professionals are welcome. Let’s get started!
Are you ready to express yourself through the gift of song? In my 20+ years of teaching, I have learned that people choose to sing for all kinds of reasons but the number one reason is that they JUST HAVE TO! I have had the pleasure and honor to accompany many singers, from beginner to professional
I am a profesional touring singer now, I had several teachers and I can asure you that Cathy is the one that gave me all the best tools for my voice. I get a lot of compliments about the placement of my voice and how it is very nice and healthy, my answer always is "Cathy Elliot made it"!
I not only recommend Cathy as your vocal teacher, I actually thing is a blessing to have her.
Teaches students 10 and up
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate
Bachelors of Music in Viola Performance from Georgia State University
Adrienne B.Book Now
I have been playing classical violin and viola since I was 11 years old and am now 24 and currently working on my Master's of Arts. I am a firm believer that everyone can learn music. No matter the age, I give my all to each and every student. I also place an importance on tailoring every lesson to what each student wants to accomplish or what they need/ want. My goal for every student is to reach their maximum potential and most importantly that we enjoy making music together.
Hi there! My name is Adrienne. I have a Bachelors of Music from Georgia State University in Viola Performance and I am currently working on my Master's of Arts degree. I am also able to teach violin lessons as well as viola. I am open to teaching students of all ages and skill levels. I believe wit
Speaks Spanish, English, Portuguese
Teaches students 5 to 65
Teaching since 2007
Extensive knowledge in leading all aspects of musical shows and orchestras. Internationals tours in South America including Argentina, Chile, Colombia and Ecuador. Performed three times as part of the orchestra for Richard Clayderman on his Ecuador tour.I have a vast experiene for 10 years, specializing in the beginner/intermediate violin student! All ages welcome. Lessons are customized and catered to the needs/goals of each student. Want to play your favorite songs? Interested in learning to write and read music?
Not only will you be playing your favorite playlist songs, but you will be building a strong foundation of note reading, music theory, ear training, sight reading, technique, and more. Do not hesitate . Never is late to start learning a new instrument. Let's get started!!!
I am a professional violinist. I have a Bachelors Degree in Music with a violin specialization and Musical Pedagogy. Violin students can expect to improve week to week in their skills and technique. It is important to be consistent with violin classes; I teach students to release built up tension
Teaching since 1985
Teaches students 21 and up
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Jay R.Book Now
For the past 40 years, I have had extensive experience touring and teaching around the world in Asia, Europe and the US. I have recorded 200+ CD's in Rock and Jazz. I am able to bring my vast experience to students enabling them to reach their potential and become the BEST players they can be!
Hello-------My name is Jay and I'm a world class drummer/educator in NYC. For the past 35+ years, I have toured as well as taught in Europe, Asia and the US extensively. I have recorded on more than 200+ CD's both as a sideman and leader. As a student, you will have the opportunity to draw on and b
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Kristen always showed great patience during our lessons. She is super encouraging and makes the lessons fun as well as effective and informative. She has a fabulous voice! I would recommend her to anyone!"
Many good and gifted players are not necesaarily the best teacher he’s a top level violinist and a top level pedagogue... a true inspiration for all of his students."
Andrew Brown is a great teacher! I didn't have any music experience when I signed up for my first class, but he was extremely patient and despite a lack of natural rhythm I learned a lot in every session. Most lessons would incorporate exercises, learning a new beat or technique, learning a song by reading music and learning a song by listening to it. I was never bored during one of his classes as the material was always challenging enough to keep my focus, but not too hard to make me feel frustrated.
I would recommend Andrew Brown to anyone who wants to learn the drums! He's a great teacher and a really nice person!"
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By Erin Phillips
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