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Casey H.

Duluth, GA

About Casey

While still in high school, three of my songs were featured on National Public Radio and I was able to play at the Bluebird Cafe in Nashville. I next went to school at App State and then graduated from the Atlanta Institute of Music and headlined the graduation concert! My grad school was moving around Atlanta, Savannah, Athens, Nashville, New York and Chicago as a hired guitarist, and teaching in music stores. I played in a wide range of styles and roles (engineer, promoter, musical director, band leader etc) and around 300 gigs!

I took a break last year to finish 2 books I had bounci
ng around in my head and hard drive and self published them last year! The books compliment lessons so our time is spent showing you how to play and playing together, not you looking at me, while I draw a chord. The books have tab with rhythm, chord/scale diagrams and a written description of each topic like an encyclopedia. They also show you how music fits together and give you a solid foundation to build on and music ideas you can use.

As a performer in Savannah, Georgia, my band received the "Best Blues Band" award from Connect Magazine in 2007. I'm currently endorsing Curt Mangan Strings and Gadow Guitars because they're awesome!!!

*** Lesson Details ***
My teaching style is all about building on what you already know and pointing out what you're doing right. I'm a very laid back person and love to hear and learn new music so I try to incorporate the music you want to learn as much as possible. Above all else I try to teach you how to practice so that you get the most out of your guitar when you're not in your lesson.

*** Studio Equipment ***
recording studio, amps, music stand chairs...has a dog.

*** Travel Equipment ***
Travel amp, acoustic or electric, cables.

*** Specialties ***
I specialize in teaching theory, technique, performance and improvisation through song so you don't feel like you're working. I am fluent in and have performed these styles on stage: rock, jazz, blues, pop, metal, show tunes, surf, funk, jam, and R&B. I like it all! I teach you to have a solid foundation and how to get songs performance ready. I also try to encourage you to write your own music and can show you some ways to be more creative and get more mileage out of some of the things you already know.
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David H. March 3, 2016
Bass Guitar · In home
Verified Student
Professional, credentialed and patient instructor, look forward to a long association with him.
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Grace January 7, 2016
Guitar · In home
Verified Student
Thanks Casey! That was a great start !
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Rishabh September 23, 2015
Guitar · In home
Verified Student
My son loved his lesson!
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Casey H.

Casey H.

Duluth, GA 30096
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$25 / 30-min
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Ashley C.

Canton, GA

About Ashley

I have over 15 years of teaching experience and look forward to teaching you!
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Phil R. June 9, 2016
Piano · In studio
Verified Student
3 lessons. 3 different children of different ages and skill levels... All three loved their lesson. So far so good. I'm very pleased at this point.
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Annie N. April 19, 2016
Piano · In home
Verified Student
Ashley is a delight! She is very patient with my 7 year old and my child loves her!
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Phoenix March 23, 2016
Piano · Online
Verified Student
My daughter loves Ashley. Says she is so talented and makes her feel so good about learning piano!
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Ashley C.

Canton, GA 30114
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Donnie H.

Marietta, GA

About Donnie

Hello! I have been playing the drums since I was 3 years old and have always loved to share my joys of playing music. I have been fortunate to study under the best performers in the world and have applied their knowledge into my lesson plans for each student.

I am a graduate of the prestigious Berklee College of Music in Boston where I studied many styles of music including Rock, Pop, Funk, Blues, Jazz, Latin, and Brazilian, as well as music theory courses from classical theory to advanced jazz theory. I have years of experience teaching students as Director of Percussion at the Woodward A
cademy, South Cobb High School, and as well as teaching privately.

With each student I create a unique lesson plan that aligns to their goals and current skill level. Lessons are taught so that the process can be ENJOYED; music needs to make us happy both in creating and listening. Music theory and concepts are taught alongside technique and "chops" to ensure a well-rounded musician is formed.
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Ari August 3, 2016
Drum · In home
Verified Student
This guy is the real deal. I'm a very experienced intermediate level drummer looking to take my skill to the next level. He listened to me play for a few minutes and immediately developed a game plan. Donnie is an incredibly nice guy, and an exceptionally good teacher. I took a chance on him since he didn't have many reviews, but I'm glad I did. A+, would definitely recommend Donnie to anyone.
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Darren W. March 25, 2016
Drum · In studio
I've known Donnie for a long time.... I like to call him my colleague, but really , you might say I have learned some of my own most valuable lessons, and insights through his extraordinary Talen,t coupled with an extraordinary ability to communicate helping students their learning needs, concisely explaining Concepts , and through complete Mastery of his crafts, I would say that he would be your best option as far as any musical instructor, especially available here online... he outo be teaching in an Ivy League school. I could go on, but his credentials are obviously as good as it gets. Go ahead and stop searching and just hire this guy
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Donnie H.

Donnie H.

Marietta, GA 30066
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$30 / 30-min
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Joseph B.

Smyrna, GA

About Joseph

Hi there! I just recently finished my Masters in Clarinet Performance from the University of Maryland and I would love to teach your student! I teach both clarinet and saxophone and have 5 years of teaching experience. I have worked for the Richardson School of Music, FAME, and the SHARP program at William Wirt Middle School in Maryland as well as Cedar Shoals, East Jackson, Decatur, and other high schools in Georgia. I am also an avid learner and I believe that no two students should be treated or approached in the same way. I have been very fortunate to have so many great teachers in my life
and I do my best to use everything they have taught me to help my students!

I received my Bachelor's of Music in Clarinet Performance from the University of Georgia and my Masters from the University of Maryland. Please feel free to visit my website at www.josephbeverly.com for recordings and more information about me!
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Mark June 5, 2016
Clarinet
I know Joseph's work as a wonderful clarinetist and chamber musician having worked with him closely at the University of Maryland as one of his professors. Joseph's command of the instrument and his artistry are absolutely outstanding and his personality, demeanor and diligence are such that I am confident he would be an excellent instructor. I recommend him most highly with no reservations!
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Thomas May 29, 2016
Clarinet · In studio
Joseph is by far one of the most engaging, supportive and motivating clarinet tutor I have been blessed to learn from. He has a wicked ability to expertly tailor lessons and break down musical concepts to my learning ability. His lessons leave me excited and pumped. Fortissimo!
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Marcus May 29, 2016
Clarinet · In studio
Joseph is an excellent, helpful teacher. During the semester of lessons I took with Joseph, he always had useful feedback and was consistently professional. He was accommodating with my busy schedule and responsive to any questions I had, even in-between lessons. I would wholeheartedly recommend Joseph for students of any skill level or age.
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Joseph B.

Atlanta, GA 30350
(6)
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$30 / 30-min
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Elaine L.

Alpharetta, GA

About Elaine

I love teaching music! I taught in Georgia public schools for 28 years. At the elementary level, I served as a music education specialist, teaching general music to all students in grades K-5 and directing an afterschool choral group. In 1992 I received a grant from the Metropolitan Opera Guild which included two summers of training at both the University of Alabama and the Metropolitan Opera Guild headquarters in New York. With the help of this program, my 4th and 5th graders wrote, produced, directed, and performed two totally original musical plays under my tutelage. At the middle and high
school levels, I taught choral music and music theory, directed competitive choirs, directed competitive plays and musicals, founded a drama troupe, and involved students in fine arts activities at local, regional, state, and even national levels. I love what I do!
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Jacob B. July 31, 2016
Singing · In studio
Elaine is a phenomenal teacher of music! There is nothing she is not qualified to teach! All foundational elements to performance like piano, singing, ear training, and sight reading she explains with ease. I thought I was too old to learn to read music but she made the process so simple and fun. I also thought I could never sing harmony but she showed me that it was something I was very capable of doing! It doesn't hurt that she is a BRILLIANT pianist herself and can accompany her clients perfectly to any song they bring in work on. I cannot recommend her enough! She is a joy to work with!
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Elaine L.

Elaine L.

Alpharetta, GA 30009
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