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Marketing Management from Gadsden State
Teaches students 5 and up
I'm a poet and songwriter. I mostly write poems that I turn into songs sometimes. I have published poetry books. I create children books with poetry too. I love to rhyme and have fun. writing. I have poetry awards. I would love to help you write poems and songs. ( For adults and kids) Take a look at my other subjects to learn how write a book and self publish it.
As an author of books for both children and adults, I love exploring other languages and cultures. I am passionate about writing poetry and songs. I love music, the beach and riding my bicycle. Most importantly, I am a lifelong learner and I love to teach. Some of my favorite subjects to teach incl
Teaching since 1995
Teaches students 6 and up
Awarded Finalist from John Lennon Songwriting Contest
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I've been teaching Voice for 15 years. Within the first few lessons, you'll be able to increase your range and projection, and as time goes on you'll be able to sing songs of your interest. I love working with students of all ages and experience levels and I can't wait to meet you!
I'm is a graduate of the Berklee College of Music. I've been teaching private music students since 1995. I've also developed and taught classes at both the high school and college level. As a Songwriter, Producer, and Recording Artist I recorded the single, The Friend of Africa - Steve Kercher
Speaks English, Russian
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Awarded Military school from The Best Men's Choir in School
She uses for her lessons an integrated approach to play piano. Anna teaches students theory of music, clear singing, selection of accompaniment for student's favorite songs, and transposing to the different keys. For young beginning students she uses Alfred's method and for adult beginning students she uses Nancy and Randall Faber's method.
Anna M. graduated in Chelyabinsk, Russia in Music Pedagogical College #1 as music teacher and music educator in 1984, and graduated from Academy of Culture and Arts as a teacher of choral disciplines and conducting in 1989. She has taught all ages from preschool to college having 25 years of ped
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate
Theatre Arts & Dance (Emphasis in Acting) from Sonoma State University
Teaching since 2009
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Hello! So you wanna take an acting class. Or maybe a class about theatre. A class with me can be whatever you need it to be. Do you need to prep auditions? Do you need to find new material? Do you want to learn more about the craft and its history but don't have the time or funds to take a full course? Or maybe you're new to acting and want some help navigating the world of being a "working actor".
I prefer the method approach to acting, but I will adjust my approach as necessary to better support any student. My students will be given guidance on material and technique while being given the tools to further their discoveries in their private practice. My goal as a teacher is to ensure literacy in the craft, improve execution of the craft, and provide tools to encourage further development outside of the classroom.
Hello! So you wanna take an acting class. Or maybe a class about theatre. A class with me can be whatever you need it to be. Do you need to prep auditions? Do you need to find new material? Do you want to learn more about the craft and its history but don't have the time or funds to take a full cou
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate
Teaching since 1985
Teaches students 12 and up
My primary goal as a teacher is to present musical material in a way that keeps students excited about what they are learning. Even with absolute beginners, I will have a student playing actual songs that they are interested in as quickly as possible. Along with way I include fundamentals such as scales, strength-building exercises, rudiments of theory, and ear training.
I also use interactive music websites to introduce students to concepts of music theory.
Chuck moved to Portland, Oregon from Gainesville, Florida, where he was a prominent member of the music teaching and performing community for more than 25 years. Originally from Chicago, Chuck completed his BA in Music History and Masters of Music (MM) at the University of Florida. Chuck became ob
Speaks English, Spanish
Teaching since 2014
Associate in Music from LaGuardia Community College
As a violist and string enthusiast, my appreciation and knowledge of the cello runs fairly deep. I had studied and taught myself how to play the cello with the guidance of a professional cellist some many years ago, but I've always been eager to teach the cello to any willing student with a deep appreciation. Students can expect a curriculum catered to their needs and desires, whether they be to on the road to a professional musician or just the hobbyist and a teacher who is dedicated to their educational growth and desires.
I am currently a junior at Ramapo College studying music education but I am no foreigner to teaching. I have been teaching for some years now with general ages ranging between 3 to 25, in the violin, viola and cello. I have also taught music theory from a beginner's standpoint to a college sophom
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You meet someone with extreme talent. Maybe its natural, maybe its through thousands of hours of practice and dedication. With Josh, its both. This man knows what he is talking about, from the basics of how to properly place your hands on the piano, to the advanced music theory that makes everything work, he knows his stuff. My only regret is being a broke 20 something because the 8 weeks we worked together I went from novice, with almost no musical history, to someone who has the tools and confidence to continue my musical education on my own.
Id like to thank Josh for his time and patience, it really helped out, so much so that my family took notice of my interest and bought me two books full of sheet music for Christmas!
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TAKE LESSONS WITH JOSH HE IS FREAKIN GREAT"
I discovered Fawn from a recommendation from a fellow singer friend of mine on Facebook and have since had a regular lesson every month for the past 2 years. From the get go I noticed the series of warm ups and exercises have helped in creating a more reliable instrument - particularly helpful as I travel a lot performing on the road and am contending with jet lag, air conditioning and rapidly changing environments, like high altitude and such. Because of my training with Fawn, I have noticed a marked difference in the way I perform. There is no longer vocal fatigue or tension and I have improved awareness of my instrument. Fawn really is meticulous in her approach and has been the only coach to improve upon and start giving me the awareness of my instrument, that I have so badly needed in order to improve. Her endurance training and personalized program is second to none. She's an innovator! She creates new exercises to suite you when standard ones don't work.
I know am still only on the edges of what I can achieve, and that there is so much more for me to discover, but without Fawn's help I wouldn't have improved a nano. I can't wait for what the future holds!"
Missy has been very helpful, and I started seeing almost immediate improvement in my vocal range, which ultimately led to greater confidence. She is fun to work with and talk to. She not only gives vocal exercises and tricks, but explains the reasons for doing them, how they're going to help. I reccomend her as highly as possible!!!"
I highly recommend taking lessons with Josh. As a young professional who always had an interest in music but never pursued it, I found Josh to be the perfect teacher. He got to know me and found out what my personal musical goals were. Then he adapted lessons to fit both my (beginner) skill level and my taste in music. He has a wealth of knowledge and can incorporate theory into the lessons to whatever detail you may desire which I personally enjoyed. He also was very adept at recognizing where I was having trouble and helping me work through those areas.
I found his own musical talent to be extremely inspiring and even attended some of his concerts. His skill and dedication to music definitely helps him in being the effective teacher that he is.
The environment of his lessons is relaxed and comfortable and he was always available to contact and willing to help if I had questions between lessons.
If you're looking for a piano teacher, look no further. Josh is the best."
Angela's location is in the heart of Koreatown, which means an abundance of great food and tea nearby if you need to kill time waiting for your child's lesson to complete. But it also means that it's really hard to park. It's worth figuring out the parking situation though, for a teacher this good."
The organization, and structure of the lessons are well planned and easy to follow."
Drummers, you've got it easy. Grab some sticks and something to hit, and your makeshift instrument is just as good as the real thing... right? Sure, maybe if it's just an impromptu jam session with friends. But for proper technique and to really improve on the drums, you'll need the right equipment - which includes your drumsticks. Choosing the right drumsticks can be as selective as buying a violin bow for violinists, and you may need to test out several different types before settling …
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