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Popular Music Teachers Near Antelope

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Marsha K. Roseville, CA

About Marsha

It is a pleasure to meet you! You probably came here with both a little excitement and a little concern. Finding the right person for you can be intimidating. A short introduction follows so that you know a little about me and my philosophy; I have been teaching music, performing music and enjoying music since I was a tiny three-year old. My first piano lessons were at age seven, and I just reconnected with my first teacher again on Facebook, what a lovely world this is. Music has blessed my life in countless ways and given me opportunities I'd never dreamed of. Singing in Carnegie Hall, Performing across Europe and teaching the best students for over 25 years. I believe strongly that those who spend their time and resources for musical education are some of the brightest ...

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Donna Chu C. November 7, 2014
Piano · In studio
Verified Student
Ms. Marsha is such a great teacher. My son who is 11 years old is learning a lot in such a short period of time. She makes it easy for him to understand how to read notes and how to play them in such a fun way. We were just going to try 8 sessions, but after just 2 sessions, we would like to continue for more. We just love her! I'm glad she had an opening when we were looking for a teacher.
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Carol J. November 11, 2013
Piano
Verified Student
Great Piano Teacher

Marsha is a wonderful teacher!

My daughter has been taking piano with her for about 5 months now and really enjoys playing and practicing!
Marsha makes the lessons enjoyable and interesting.
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CindyS3 April 9, 2012
Good instructor. My daughter seems to have learned a lot in a short amount of time.
Jenny G. Citrus Heights, CA

About Jenny

As a life-long singer and lover of music, Jenny looks forward to sharing her experience with you. She spent most of her high school and college years in music classrooms and on stages in concerts and numerous musical theatre productions, including Best of Broadway and other Sacramento-area theatres. One of her greatest experiences was studying voice and singing in the American River College Chamber Singers, directed by Perla Warren. Jenny studied voice with international opera tenor, Joseph Frank, at San Jose State University. She sang with the SJSU Concert Choir and Choraliers, directed by Dr. Charlene Archibeque, graduating Magna Cum Laude with a Bachelor's Degree in Vocal Performance in 1995. She has also been a credentialed music teacher since 1997 and has taught all ages ...

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Jaymie S. June 5, 2013
Singing
Verified Student
Fantastic singing teacher!

Jenny is amazing! Her friendly personality and professional responses made me eager to go to class and improve. She's always responded to my calls or emails right away.
Ronald S. Citrus Heights, CA

About Ronald

With a Bachelor's Degree in music from California State University Sacramento I studied with the best, including graduates from Juilliard and Eastman. I focus on what my students want to play and provide a harmonic grounding to enable the student to improvise or just "jam" with anybody. I also provide a positive reinforcement atmosphere and will accept ground floor beginners to advanced intermediate students. *** Lesson Details *** I believe it's important to create a relaxed, stress free lesson atmosphere to encourage creativity and self confidence. While mistakes are expected I believe building a students self confidence will make those mistakes disappear. We'll start with fundamentals which will build your understanding of what you're playing and be able to apply it to whatever ...

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Violet Z. February 12, 2014
Piano
Verified Student
Amazing

Ronald is a very good teacher.My son didn't know anything and in few months he was improving and it's.Been a year and my son is like a mini Mozart.He is an amazing and you should try him.
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Carolyn S. May 3, 2013
Piano
Verified Student
Excellent Instructor

Ron is a very patient and knowledgable piano instructor. He is reliable and flexible. He can teach piano skills and theory from basic to advanced. Ron is a wonderful teacher!
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AmieJ December 28, 2011
Piano instructor!

Ronald is a really awsome piano instructor. He is friendly , knowledgeable and patience. I would recommend Ronald, piano teacher, to my friends and family!!
Steve P. Carmichael, CA

About Steve

Steve began his musical journey on the piano as a child, later moving on to explore clarinet and trumpet in band before discovering the French horn in high school. Though he earned his bachelor of music in horn performance at CSU, Sacramento, he never gave up the piano, teaching students and accompanying choirs throughout college, and earning scholarships for both instruments. Steve has played for a number of musical groups, from orchestras, chamber groups and community bands to being a pit musician in musical theater and opera. This year, he will be joining the William Jessup University Wind Ensemble and playing horn in that group. For the last several years, Steve has directed the orchestra at his church, and has also arranged hymns and worship music for church orchestras and ...

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LipingF November 11, 2011
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Thank you for the extra effort last night. Kevin really likes working with you and the results speak for themselves.
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AliceB June 24, 2010
Encouraging and knowledgeable teacherSteve is an excellent music teacher. We highly recommend him and will continue to take lessons from him. He is great at giving constructive feedback and making you feel you are making progress. We especially liked the music theory and warm up exercises he taught.
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ShannonM December 16, 2009
Patient, insightful with how to best reach young ones. We're impressed!
JoAnn R. Carmichael, CA

About JoAnn

Your lessons are designed to help you develop the skills and confidence you need to successfully perform in public. I work hard to prepare your lessons and I ask my students to invest daily time working on skills studied at their lessons. Performing music requires the patient integration of multiple skills over time, however, the rewards are BIG. I continually update my teaching methods by attending workshops and master classes and I incorporate my knowledge of human anatomy and function, to help you perform with minimal strain. Also, I incorporate internet resources in your lessons to keep them interesting and up to date. What will your lessons be like? At your first lesson we will explore and name the parts of your instrument (voice or cello). We'll talk about what you ...

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Mark C. July 5, 2014
Singing · In studio
Verified Student
I am a brand new singing student, although, at 59, I am not brand new. After my first three lessons I am completely satisfied that I chose the right instructor. JoAnn is warm and friendly and makes me feel welcome and comfortable. It is clear she has a deep knowledge and love of music and singing, has a lot to offer her students, and enjoys the teaching interaction. I am thoroughly enjoying the experience and look forward to every lesson. Although my development is in the very early stages, I'm already noticing progress and certainly a more educated awareness of my voice.
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Emily G. April 25, 2014
Singing
Great Voice Teacher!

I really enjoy my voice lessons with JoAnn. She is a great teacher! I've been taking voice lessons with JoAnn for a few years now and am so happy with how I sound and feel while singing. I started out as a complete beginner with quite a bit of tension in my body and have progressed along nicely these past few years.

JoAnn is extremely knowledgeable about music and really enjoys sharing that knowledge with her students. She is passionate about music and teaching. JoAnn is patient and really makes an effort communicate effectively with her students. I’ve always appreciate her enthusiasm and the effort she puts into planning my lessons.

JoAnn also has a lovely music studio. It is comfortable, private, light, and airy with a nice view of her backyard. Her music studio is quiet and I never have trouble hearing her, myself, or the keyboard.
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Anna R. February 25, 2014
Singing
Verified Student
Great teacher!

Jo Ann is a wonderful teacher. She is very knowledgeable, patient, responsive to the needs of the students, and provides excellent explanations. I started taking lessons with her as a complete beginner and, with her help, learn to understand the features of my voice and the mechanics of voice production. Also, it is very fun to work with her!
William B. Citrus Heights, CA

About William

with a Bachelors Degree in Music, teaching certificate in education, some graduate courses in elementary education, and 15 years of performing and teaching, I will be able to teach you step by step how music is learned. Knowing how music is learned will help you learn how to play the piano faster! Each session starts off with a two objectives. Some general objectives are; learning how to read music/sight read, technique, and ear training/theory. First we start of with warming up your fingers, then continue on the piano, learning pieces. Objectives are different from lesson to lesson and student to student. Have you study with a discouraging teacher? Have piano lessons become boring? Are you not improving? Don't wait any longer. I can revive the joy of music in your heart! *** ...

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