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Speaks English, Spanish
Teaches students 6 and up
Awarded Best Actress from Inland Theater League
Experienced teacher of 7 years, specializing in classical, jazz, musical theater, and contemporary voice! All ages welcome. Lessons are customized and catered to the needs/goals of each student. Not only will you be singing with greater control and ease, but you will be building a strong foundation of musicianship, ear training and healthy vocal technique, all while having fun. Let's get started!
I'm a credentialed voice teacher, session singer, writer and performer who loves sharing the beauty and joy of music with others! I graduated from Azusa Pacific University with a BA in Music Education (Choral emphasis) and received my CA teaching credential in music from San Diego State University.
Teaches students 10 and up
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Teaching since 2001
Learn the best in vocal technique from a highly qualified voice teacher.
All of my past experiences lead into my real passion: Teaching. Whether it's conducting throughout Europe or singing as featured soloist with the Stuttgart Symphony Orchestra and Oregon Symphony, I use past experience to teach students about musical and healthy singing techniques. I am currently
I'm so glad I started taking these lessons. I'm learning a lot, and singing is becoming more and more comfortable and enjoyable. I especially appreciate the emphasis on healthy singing.
The classes that Jadelan is taking are great! She has been learning a lot of things she needs to know. It's very nice to have Mr. Jonathan as Jadelan's vocal teacher.
Awarded 2001 JAS academy full scholarship from JAS academy in Aspen Colorado (director, Christian McBride)
Teaches students 5 and up
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
-finger style and pick ; country, blues, bluegrass, roots, Americana guitar techniques and repertoire
Professor Nick R. (guitar, banjo, mandolin, ukulele, dobro/resonator/slide, lap steel, tenor guitar, baritone resonator, bass, drums, composition) is currently the adjunct professor at Essex College, Jazz clinician for over 19 years via Kupferberg Center (Queens College) and has been on the staff a
I came to Nick after taking lessons for several years with another teacher. I liked this teacher very much, and the lessons only ended because the teacher moved to another geographic location. Although I did like this teacher, the lessons were starting to get stale and repetitious. When I started working with Nick that feeling was turned around. Lessons with Nick are very stimulating and interesting. Although Nick knows sight reading and theory well, he places a great emphasis on aural (ear) training. I have worked with him learning intervals, scales and songs, using my ears instead of my head. It’s a little hard to explain, but it’s a very organic kind of way to learn music. You learn the instrument more intuitively and I have had a number of’ “aha” moments when some pattern or connection or aspect of theory makes sense in a deep way. In the time that I’ve worked with Nick, my knowledge of the fretboard, and my ability to figure things out by ear has improved tremendously although I still have a long way to go.
Nick is also an incredibly kind and compassionate person, and he has shown a great deal of patience when working with me. If I don’t understand something he will try to break it down or present it in such a way that it finally makes sense to me. He has also worked a lot with me on my technique, and has tried to help me play more efficiently and ergonomically. Earlier in my guitar playing career, I developed
tendonitis in my left hand from playing. In addition, I have chronic lower back problems. Nick has made numerous helpful suggestions so that I don’t exacerbate these problems or injure myself again. One suggestion that was particularly helpful was to use a bass guitar strap for my electric guitar. Because the bass strap is much wider than a regular guitar strap, the weight is more evenly distributed across my back, resulting in less back strain.
I began my lessons with Nick face-to-face, but this changed to video due to the coronavirus pandemic. We utilize Skype and it seems to work pretty well, although there’s no substitute for meeting in person. Nick seems very adept at working in this modality. For example, he will have me position the camera so he can see how I am playing something. He will also provide close-ups of his own fingering to show me how he is playing something. In addition, Nick sends his students notes regarding the most salient points of each session. This is something he did even prior to the pandemic. Nick allows me to audio tape the sessions, and when I am able to go through the tape I gain an even deeper understanding of whatever was covered.
In short I feel that Nick is great person and a terrific teacher and that I was very lucky to have found him. I would recommend him to anyone with no reservation.
He has taught my son not only how to play with well with other musicians, but also how to find his “voice” within a band both in the rhythmic and solo sections of the songs.
He was accommodating when we had to reschedule a class due to personal reasons, and is always willing to make the class a little bit longer if necessary to finish what they were practicing.
When the Covid-19 pandemic forced us to have the lessons remotely, he started to use ZOOM and, while things remotely cannot be the same, he did a great job at making sure that they stayed as close to true form as possible.
Speaks English, Russian
Teaches students 18 to 65
Teaching since 2017
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No matter what your tessitura - I will teach you in easy and fun individual approach, adapt to your personal talent and abilities.
From the get go we'll study your favourite opera arias! Nothing to stop your. I will teach you to believe in yourself and get your best available results!
However, perseverance can make all the difference. You will be disciplined and self-confident that will make the difference between those who persevere and those who give up.
I am a graduate of Moscow State Conservatory named after P.I. Tchaikovsky.
For many years soloist of Moscow Academic Musical Theatre named after K.S. Stanislavsky and V.I. Nemirovich-Danchenko.
Laureate of the international competitions, experienced performer with extensive concert activity.
I am a professional singer and recording artist. I graduated from Moscow State Conservatory named after P.I. Tchaikovsky with a Masters of Music, specifically mezzo soprano. For many years guest soloist of Moscow Academic Musical Theatre named after K.S. Stanislavsky and V.I. Nemirovich-Danchenk
Speaks English, Spanish
Teaches students 14 and up
BA in Psychology from UTPA
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I love teaching people how to play songs they enjoy! I'm not too focused on music theory, but am more interested on giving you the tools to play your favorite songs! Playing guitar doesn't have to be difficult or boring. Whether you want to play the Beatles on an acoustic guitar, learn your favorite Metallica riffs or even learn the basics to play at church...I'm your teacher!
Hi! Music is my passion and, apart from my family, is my world! I play guitar, bass and sing. I have been playing since I was 12 years old and been teaching others since I was 15. I have recorded five albums with bands of my own and several albums as a studio musician. I have also played in most of
Awarded Dolan Prize from Columbia University
Bachelor of Arts from Barnard College, Columbia University
Teaches students 3 and up
I emphasize a physically relaxed and technically accurate approach to cello playing so that students are free to create music without limitations or physical discomfort.
Though playing an instrument takes hard work, it should be a fun and enjoyable experience too! We will work together to ensure that you are learning pieces that interest you and inspire you to reach the next level. By the end of each lesson you will know what to work on for the week and exactly how to practice in order to achieve the most effective results.
Students will learn the fundamentals of music theory and history while focusing on improving their technical facility on the cello. Students also work towards building their comfort with the instrument by practicing increasingly complex exercises and repertoire.
Lessons will be highly interactive and geared towards your personal goals as an aspiring cellist.
*** About Me *** I am a classically trained cellist in NYC. I have a master's degree in cello performance from a top NYC conservatory and I am a registered Suzuki teacher for books 1-10. In addition to performing music, I love to teach cello lessons to aspiring musicians of all ages! My musical as
My daughter is happy because its higher level than regular school teaching
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