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Jean D.

Anaheim, CA

About Jean

If you or your child is interested in taking piano/keyboard, guitar, voice lessons, or if your child is in need of academic tutoring, I would really like to be your instructor! You have the option of my traveling to your home, or you are welcome to my home studio, conveniently located in Anaheim. To tell you a little about myself, I was raised in a musical family introduced to music at a very young age. I took piano, organ, guitar, glockenspiel, and voice lessons for many years, and participated in music recitals. I enjoyed singing, and with my music theory background, participated in vocal/piano recitals, involved myself in every school musical, joined every choir, participated in out-of-state voice sight reading competitions, and ultimately joined the New York All State Choir.

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Michelle V. December 2, 2013
Guitar
Very professional and great teaching skills

I would like to thank you sooo much for your time and effort in teaching my daughter guitar lessons these past few months Jean! Your skills and ability soars above my expectations. I am honor to have met you and have you in my home, you are always welcome there even if my daughter did not have a lesson that day. I am grateful that I made the choice and choose you to teach such a great musical instrument. You make it fun for her and I believe that is an important part of learning is to have fun and enjoy. Youre the best and I wish I can spread MORE of your talent!
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Michelle V. November 24, 2013
Guitar
Verified Student
I really think Jean is a great and fun teacher.

I am extremely glad Jean is my guitar instructor because she helps me understand and learn music very fast. She makes it fun and understanding for me. Jean is also friendly and encouraging. She makes me feel comfortable playing around her because she does not judge me and gives me feedback to help fix my mistakes. I enjoy every session with her because Jean is a great person.
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Ian B.

La Mirada, CA

About Ian

I am a pianist. I am also a keyboardist, programmer, and music producer. But the title I probably most identify with is "composer." I realized early on that my own passion for performing was fueled by my hunger to actually CREATE music. So I set out to learn from the masters. I won competitions and scholarships in high school, then double-majored in piano and composition at the University of Kansas where I obtained my bachelor's degree before going on to record, write, and produce rock & electronic dance music. I love being a CREATOR of music; and that love just extends quite naturally into the collaborative creative process we have come to know as "œteaching." There is no greater joy than creating music...except maybe seeing someone else I have trained and inspired create something ...

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Michael W. July 2, 2014
Classical Piano · In home
Verified Student
Very patient and accommodating. Son is enjoying piano lessons again. Thanks Ian!
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Lindsey R. January 15, 2014
Piano
Amazing Instructor

Ian is the best instructor we've had for our 2 children. He makes it engaging, fun and is extremely knowledgeable about music. He's incredibly patient and kind and our children look forward to seeing him every week!
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Dan W. January 15, 2014
Piano
Verified Student
Great Teacher

Ian teaches my 14 year old son Piano. Ian is very professional and arrives on time. My son is progressing quite nicely. He seems to have a good rapport with Ian. I highly recommend Ian as a teacher.
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Athena M.

Anaheim, CA

About Athena

About Me If you can recognize your favorite song when you hear it, you already have what it takes to be a great musician! MY PROMISE TO YOU: 1. Your lesson will always be geared toward what YOU want to learn, and if it seems like we are working on something that doesn't match that, I will always take the time to make clear why what we are doing will have you be able to play what you want. 2. You already have every skill you need to be a great performer, and my job is just to steer the ship in the right direction to have that happen. All I am ever doing in a lesson is making sure that we are moving you in the ultimate direction that you want to be going musically. 3. I will do everything I know how to do to make sure that what I have learned that will benefit you ...

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JB A. May 22, 2015
Singing · In studio
Verified Student
So full of information that even after countless training years ago. First lesson I have elevated my speaking skills to another level. I HIGHLY RECOMMEND Athena to any one seeking lessons wither you are beginning, intermediate or an expert (WhichI thought I was).
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Christine L. May 1, 2015
Singing · In studio
Verified Student
My daughter has taken voice lessons with a previous teacher before (not from Take Lessons). Everything with Athena is completely different, however my daughter's singing has developed greatly. My daughters is already projecting more and she has become able to sing loudly and clearly. I am very pleased with my daughters lessons and I would highly recommend Athena to others!
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Poornima K. March 26, 2015
Singing · Online
Verified Student
I feel blessed to have received instruction from Athena. I highly recommend her to any student who wishes to be taught by an authentic, highly qualified, passionate, and inspiring teacher.
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Cymbaline O.

Fullerton, CA

About Cymbaline

Cymbaline has been performing all her life. She began dance training at age 5, singing on stage at age 7, piano instruction at age 8, and flute at age 9. She has pursued the performing arts in her training, receiving a Bachelor of Arts degree in Music (Vocal Performance and Education) from Azusa Pacific University, as well as a Masters in Education from Grand Canyon University. Cymbaline has been seen on stage in many musical theater productions, including playing Marian in The Music Man, Anna in The King and I, and the Blue Girl in Shout! She has also done theater and film, including playing Elizabeth Bennet in Pride and Prejudice. She has taught voice, piano, and flute privately, as well as voice and musical theater classes. She has a great desire to pass on the knowledge she has gained

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Lara M. April 15, 2014
Piano
Very professional and patient

Ms Olsen has been giving my daughter piano lessons for a year. She comes to our home and is very professional, timely and patient. My daughter has made great progression with her piano, she looks forward to her lessons and practices without me having to remind her. It's so convenient that she comes to our house, and she communicate with me . I would highly recommend her.
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Haley R. April 1, 2014
Vocal Training
Voice Has Never Been Better

In my now four years with her, Ms. Olsen has been an amazing, kind, and awesome teacher to have and work with. If it wasn't for her, my voice wouldn't sound as beautiful as it would have sounded without her teaching me. Going from classical songs to Italian songs to now modern/pop songs, my voice has gone through many different techniques to help my singing become better, which it has. Overall, I have learned a bunch from Ms. Olsen and I wouldn't want a different teacher either way. I am really happy my mother asked me if I wanted to take voice lesson. Thank you Ms. Olsen! :)
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David W. April 1, 2014
Singing
A shining star

Cymbaline Olsen is a shining star. Her talent and energy is boundless. Her ability to calmly listen, to sculpt, and to mold vocalists of all ages, ranges and abilities is second to none. Many acclaimed vocalists have minimal strengths in terms of "coaching-up" less competent vocalists. Cymbaline, however, is a natural teacher. She is a rare talent in that regard. Cymbaline's strength is teaching and performance. Her expertise in music theory, vocal phrasing and vocal scales is extraordinary. Cymbaline can teach you that Yes...you Can Sing....And Yes, you will!
I highly recommend Cymbaline for your Vocal Lessons.
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Evan S.

Fullerton, CA

About Evan

Evan began with a trumpet as a third grader in the town of Bayport, New York. By the time he was 12, he got his first drum kit & joined a band and was playing professionally by the age of 13. After moving to California at 16,he studied under Roy Burns (Benny Goodman) for 5 years & continued his studies for another decade under such drummers such as: Peter Erskine, Jeff Hamilton, and others. He was awarded the OC Music Award 6 years in a row from 2006-2011. He is currently a voting member of the Grammys and his travels have brought him around the world to perform his own music as well as the traditional role of sideman with well known artists in the industry such as:Greg Adams (Tower Of Power);Maynard Ferguson;Toni Childs;Kei Akagi (Miles Davis);Aly and AJ;John Beasley (Miles Davis)Brandon

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Tony C. April 24, 2015
Drum · In studio
Evan is absolutely nothing but awesome. I had the great pleasure of studying with Evan throughout high school and feel very fortunate to had spent the time with him not only behind the drum kit but letting him dig into my inner being finding out what it was I was looking for to get me to be where I wanted to be expressing myself musically at a young age. His fine astute in nuances is what separates him from a musical and personal standpoint compared to others. There's a certain demeanor I learned from studying with Evan, am now twenty nine and feel very fortunate to still be enjoying music and freely expressing myself today from a foundation heavily weighted on what I learned from Evan. I also had the opportunity to attend the PIT program at Musicians Institute after high school and was able to test out of six months of the certificate program due largely to what I learned from Evan. I would certainly not be surprised to find myself coming back to Evan for lessons, I refresh back to a few things frequently from Evan that seem to keep me very grounded and comfortable whether i'm playing soft music or playing more aggressively with rock music still today and some things I know are so ingrained I can't even dig them out. It was truly an honor studying with Evan.
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Jay T. April 17, 2015
Drum · In studio
I studied with Evan all through high school (2000-2005). I have since taken lessons from many other professional drummers and finished a degree in music at BYU and Evan still stands to be one of the best teachers I've ever had. He is very thorough in teaching technique/sticking/independence and all that, but most importantly he is a master at helping you APPLY what you learn in a musical way that is honest and meaningful. He is great at helping the student understand the bigger picture drumming and how to get out of your head and try to make real music. On top of that he is a great guy and fun to take lessons from. I owe much of my drumming success to him. I think that my sound and the way I approach the instrument are largely due to how he taught me and inspired me. I highly recommend any aspiring drummer no matter what level to study with Evan. One of the best in Southern California.
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David W. April 15, 2015
Hand Drums · In studio
Recording artist and award-winning drummer/percussionist Evan Stone has an extraordinary wealth of wisdom and talent.

Of his many advanced traits, Evan Stone has a knack for listening (“Don’t hear, Listen” ...Stonism). He presents information in digestible chunks. Hence, each lesson is customized to your specific way of understanding. No matter your musical level, nor your age, your heritage, your hard-wiring, your existential pulse....Evan Stone speaks your language. Evan does not Judge. Evan Evaluates.

Here is my pitch--- Evan Stone, Zen Drum Teacher: Learn how to “sing” your drum beats. Learn how to read and write musical scales. Learn how to play patterns and accents you thought “too advanced”. Evan is a generous musician ready to share his “secret” paradiddles, grooves, poly-rhythms, triplets and more... Everything from jazz, rock, funk, blues, samba, bossa nova, reggae, clave, African, techno, country/folk...anything and everything musical and percussive is in his DNA.

Another thing about Evan Stone’s Lessons which I find really cool...he incorporates visual/audio tools and real-world analogies which transfer and fold back into music theory and playing (e.g. the Clock, the Tides, the tenuous pulse of a Major-League pitcher on the mound, Locked-in...winning the Ninth Inning). Always fluid and never clunky, Evan routinely accesses Smartphone aps (video, audio, tempo click); pen and paper, track references, or just random objects in the room -- which may even include mystical elements hovering in the atmosphere (Disclaimer: Don’t worry about it, he’s from Long Island, NY...he keeps the cosmic real).

Pull the trigger and hire Mr. Stone if you want To Live. And Play. And converse in a New, Universal, Grooving, Language.

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costa mesa, ca

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