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Teaching since 1999
Teaches students 8 and up
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate
Ray Z.Book Now
A fundamental approach involving an understanding of reading skills, rudiments and hand control - as well as applying these ideas to the drumset for a variety of musical styles and genres.
Ray Zeigler is a professional musician and private music instructor in Redlands, Ca. He has been performing for over 30 years in a variety of musical styles, including classical, jazz, rock 'n' roll, country, blues, and more. Ray has played venues all over the southwestern United States as a drumme
Teaches students 5 to 16
Songwriting, B.A. from Belmont University
If you're looking for a kind, encouraging, and attentive instructor, I am your best option! I will work with you to develop your vocal abilities in a personalized way, no matter your voice type or preferred genre. I have 11 years singing experience with accolades such as a 2-time All-State Choir member, 3 statewide solo/ensemble 'I' ratings, numerous pop gigs, and two lead musical roles.
No matter your or your child's preferred genre, relative experience, or comfort level with singing, I want to use my expertise to help build a strong foundation and develop techniques that can get anyone started on the path to becoming an amazing singer. I have performed pop, R&B, ballads, music
Teaching since 2010
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Teaches students 5 and up
Michael B.Book Now
I have been rapping (all variations) for 8 years. I’ve performed multiple places and have been flown all over for it.
I have been teaching and performing for several years. I understand the science of what I do very well. You will not only just learn but you’ll be able to teach after we are done.
Speaks Italian, German, Spanish, French, English
Bachelor of Music from Peabody Institute of the Johns Hopkins University
Awarded First Place from National Association for the Teachers of Singing
I focus lessons highlighting any genre around technique. Cultivating one's technique establishes good habits regarding things like breath, and posture, which will help maintain a singers overall vocal health. In addition to classical repertoire I have experience working with musical theater, pop, jazz, soul, and country.
Let's make some music together!!! Here's the why and how: As an educator, I've had experience teaching both young children and adults in many settings, whether it be in a classroom, small group lesson, or one-on-one. I pride myself on providing lessons that are uniquely individual and foster a
Teaches students 5 to 65
Teaching since 2012
If you have no experience with synthesizers, I can teach you how to model sounds and play them and learn how to twist different knobs on the synthesizer.
With my two Bachelor's degrees in Music Composition and Technology, I began tutoring students in piano, voice, and composition as it was part of my training. I also have experience writing and editing essays, books, and more for several independent clients. I have experience writing my own books as
Speaks English, Spanish, German
Teaching since 2005
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
I have been performing for 31 years and have made many mistakes. Let me teach you how not to make those mistakes and too flourish on stage.
I have been taking the world by surprise since the age of 4. I began studying at Queens College at 6 years old and was a recital pianist by the age of 12. I was a consumer of music, from the Music Theory lessons on Saturdays, piano lessons on Thursdays and voice lessons on Saturday afternoons, my l
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Amber holds DMA degree in piano performance, which most teacher doesn't have. This makes her extremely qualified to teach students at any level. She really knows how to teach effectively. There was a song I had practiced for two months for my wedding but it still sounded wrong to me. I couldn't figured out what's wrong. Then I knew I need a teacher. That's when I started my class with Amber. She went through each line with me. Corrected my figuring to make it easier for me to play each key evenly. She taught me which part to use finger and which part to use hand, and how to relax fast between two notes. Those skills are so helpful for me. None of other teachers taught me before. Without her I will never do it."
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