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Peter B.

Stratford, CT

About Peter

I am energetic, experienced and creative music teacher with a proven ability to get the very best out of pupils. I am an expert at identifying the appropriate resources required for a subject matter and then ensuring that they are used efficiently, effectively and safely, always keen on building a strong relationship with my students. Most of my students read and play simple music after 4-5 classes of active instruction. I posses an extensive classical music and music pedagogy training. All my musical knowledge and expertise was attained in Eastern Europe. I play and teach piano, upright bass, bass guitar and a range of other instruments. Over the years I taught basic piano, the beginner violin, viola, cello and a variety of school instruments such as recorder and xylophone. I ...

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Brian S. January 5, 2015
Bass Guitar · Online
Verified Student
Peter is a really knowledgeable and a good instructor.
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Ralia B. October 24, 2014
Viola · Online
Verified Student
Very understanding teacher. My 13 year old thinks he is awesome. He said he's going to help my son learn to play Star Wars.
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Marc R. September 22, 2014
Piano · In studio
Verified Student
Was very impressed with Peter's methods, demeanor, patience with my 9 year-old daughter, who is a beginner at piano. She had some experience at reading music, and Peter was adept at recognizing this and 'pushing the envelope' a bit with her and she responded enthusiastically. She left every lesson with a smile on her face.
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Bryan B.

Shelton, CT

About Bryan

I have enjoyed music as long as I can remember! Whether listening, playing, writing, or teaching…I find great pleasure in the creative outlet that music provides. At the age of five I began studying classical piano, in elementary school I studied trumpet, in middle school I picked up the guitar and bass, and in high school these experiences collided as I began to write and arrange for various ensembles. Playing in a rock band all through high school and college, I've had opportunity to record two albums and to tour regionally in the North East. Receiving a Bachelor of Music in Music Education at Gordon College in Wenham, MA, I studied classical guitar with David Patterson for four years while I gained much experience in various areas of classroom education (band, choir, theory, ...

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JoeL January 28, 2012
Great teacher. Patient. He takes time with student to make sure everything is understood.
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KarenH2 September 10, 2011
Bryan is great. He is always on time. He provides very good instructions and lessons for my son to work on. My son, Garrett that is 15 has only positive things to say about Bryan. He looks forward to his lessons every week. This has been a worthwile experience.
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FrancineH August 7, 2011
Fantastic Instructor

In just a few weeks, my daughter has learned how to play 3 of her favorite songs! We are absolutely amazed with her progress and commend Bryan with his excellent teaching!
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Cameron S.

Ansonia, CT

About Cameron

STUDYING WITH ME: Learning guitar should be interesting and fun! While we're studying all the different aspects of the instrument, you'll also be learning how to play your favorite songs and solos! I approach each student as an individual and structure their lessons according to what I determine they need, as well as what they are interested in musically. I concentrate on many different areas; ear training, theory, playing technique, improvisation, various styles of music, and, the physics of the guitar. Understanding how the instrument works is important in my opinion. My long term goal is to teach a student how they can teach themselves down the line. Understanding why you’re playing something is just important as knowing how to play it. I aim to give a student rich and well ...

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Pat A. February 14, 2013
Guitar
A solid teacher with a lot of experience

Cameron is great at tailoring the lessons to my musical taste without compromising the theory, basics and fundamentals.
I have been taking lessons for one year and will not go elsewhere anytime soon. His vast musical knowledge helps merge the theory with concrete examples. No question remains unanswered.
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JimH1 November 17, 2011
great instructor

I've been taking bass lessons from Cameron for a few months now. He's a great instructor. Very knowledgeable, very patient, and puts in time outside our lessons to be prepared to teach or play new material that I am interested in. I always look forward to my lessons. If you're looking for a good bass or guitar teacher (not sure what else he might teach) Cameron is your guy!
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Dale B.

Wallingford, CT

About Dale

Dale R. B. is a private teacher, musician, conductor, clinician, and rising composer for video games from West Hartford, Connecticut. He is currently accepting new students and teaching private lessons in piano, guitar, percussion, and composition for students of all ages in both Hartford and New Haven counties. Dale received his Bachelor of Arts in Percussion degree from the University of Connecticut in May of 2012 and was an active member of both the university's Winds and Percussion Ensembles. In his studies, he has taken advanced courses in composition, orchestration, conducting, percussion technique, and brass technique. He has 13 years experience in percussion, 15 years experience in guitar, and 22 years experience in piano. Dale's teachers include Nancy Campagnola, Ronald ...

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Nicole W. March 18, 2015
Drum · In home
Verified Student
Dale has been very patient with our son. He went from not being able to play at all to playing full rhythms. Jack has learned a lot from Dale and really enjoys working with him.
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Gail G. August 16, 2014
Piano · In home
Verified Student
My son seems to be picking up learning quickly from Dale
thank you
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Gregory G.

Branford, CT

About Gregory

Masters Degree in Piano Performance combined with over twenty years of experience as an Arranger, Music Consultant, Vocal Coach, Technical Supervisor, Piano Teacher and Accompanist.

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Chris H. May 5, 2015
Music Performance · In home
Greg has been the keyboard player in my classic rock band since 2008 and has proven to be an extremely valuable member for his participation in the band's direction and rehearsing, particularly in coaching our vocal ensemble which consists of up to seven-part harmonies. The material we cover is generally more complex and requires a high level of musicianship and technical ability for which he was immediately qualified, even as an undergraduate seven years ago.
As a former member of both the New Britain and Hartford Symphony Orchestras, I can also speak for Greg's mastery of fine music and its demands for oftimes difficult technical capability and exacting musicianship.
Chris Hirtler, Milford, CT - co-founder, guitarist, violinist Paul Leonard Band
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Robert M. April 8, 2015
Piano · In studio
Verified Student
I found Greg to be exactly what I need to accomplish my goals. Very personable.
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Kevin B. February 2, 2015
Greg has been an accompanist/organist for my choir at St. George Catholic Church (Guilford) for the past three years. I have only wonderful comments to express for this exceptional gentleman and musician. Please consider instruction with him as he will offer a great, musical experience to a prospective student.

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