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Music Composition from Humber College, Toronto
Teaches students 5 and up
Teaching since 2012
I will have you playing songs you like as quick as 2-3 lessons ! Focus is on playing songs you want to learn. how to solo, singing and some theory.
Guitar, Bass and Ukulele teacher with over 20 years experience located in Memphis, TN. With a fully customizable approach to teaching, Joel will have you up and playing the songs you want to learn as fast as after a few lessons. All ages at all levels of playing ability. Learning music is fun with
Teaching since 2005
Teaches students 5 and up
Bachelor of Arts, Music from Boston College
Miguel G.Book Now
Learning an instrument is no easy feat, but having the right plan, structure, and support makes all the difference. My teaching philosophy is designed to meet each student where they are, with a custom approach tailored to their individual needs.
I take time to get to know my students - how they practice, why they pursue their instrument, what their goals are, and who they really are as people. What is it that they truly need right now? Is it a practice schedule, or just some gentle encouragement? A new song to freshen things up, or a tough lesson about persistence? A conversation about homework, or a story to lighten the mood and bring some laughter into the music? As an experienced teacher, I know how big of a difference it makes to really understand the needs of a student.
I work with beginner, intermediate, and advanced students of all ages. I have experience with all major string curricula, as well as my own conservatory-trained approach. I have taught over 100 students in ...
I take time to get to know my students, and I meet them where they are. My teaching philosophy is based on helping students understand music on their own level, as opposed to requiring them to meet the goals of a curriculum that may not be appropriate for their individual needs. While I am high
Shirly Debora I.
Speaks English, Tamil
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate
Associate of Arts in Vocal Performance from Musicians Institute
Shirly Debora I.Book Now
Want to be able to sing any song? All you need is the right technique. We will focus on vocal technique which includes breathing, placement and intonation. You will be surprised to notice the change in your tone as you follow my very simple practice exercises which is both fun and challenging. We will also focus on music theory basics which will help build a strong foundation.
I promise that my students will experience the magic as they begin to discover their sound when they take my classes. Learn and fall in love with music and become better everyday at your instrument. Practice with consistency is the key and the road to greatness.
About Shirly Debora
I am a lead/background singer originally from India. I moved to the US to pursue my dream of becoming an artist. I graduated with an Associates degree in vocal performance from Musicians Institute, California and during that time, I had the chance to work with some really amazing artists. I got tra
Awarded 2013 Award for Outstanding Graduate Student - Music - from San Diego State University School of Music and Dance Faculty
Teaches students 8 and up
Music Education, Jazz Emphasis from University of Miami, Coral Gables
Learn your favorite tunes! Single notes, bends, fun riffs and melodies. My love of the blues and Stevie Wonder is what drew me to the harmonica, and I really enjoy sharing that.
In the first several music lessons we establish overall music fundamentals. Good ears (notes), and good time feel (rhythm). We also get the basics of harmonica playing technique, and a song or two. After that, we expand into whatever music inspires you.
My hope is that I'll help you become a well round musician and harmonica player :-)
1. All my students feel like rock stars! Each lesson is fun and enriching. 2. I provide a clear lesson plan complete with goals, achievement levels, and performances. *Experienced teacher and professional musician. *Has performed with: The Brian Setzer Orchestra, Great Good Fine Ok, 10,000
Teaching since 2004
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
I've been playing flute for 25 years, and teaching for almost 10 years to students all ages and levels. I'm specialized in classical repertory and public performance.
Educator with 10+ years of experience, focused on providing personalized education and incorporating new technology into the teaching process, as well as fostering intellectual and personal growth and serving as a role model who instills a lifelong desire to learn.
Teaches students 7 and up
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Teaching since 2015
Ranon H.Book Now
I take an instrumental approach to singing. Voice is everyone's first instrument. Creating a pure and clear sound by using proper vocal techniques and focusing on rhythm and diction through an instrumental lense is key for solo vocalist and performers to improve their skills.
EDUCATION & CERTIFICATION Valdosta State University (VSU), Valdosta, GA (Spring 2016) Bachelor of Music in Music Education Professional Educator License (IEIN 1169279) Music K-12 PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE Director of Bands Uplift Community High School (July 2019 - Current) Directed 9th-12th grade b
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I told Ben to treat me like a true beginner. He's been very patient, but he challenges me. I think my success will ultimately be up to me -- how much am I willing to practice, and to study? So far the experience working with Ben has been great. It's fun and challenging, and I'm finding myself improving every week. I've even started to figure out some chords and songs on my own!"
If you are a new drummer, go see Joe! I remember when I was first learning from Joe. His teaching style makes it easy to learn.
If you are a drummer who is stuck in a rut and can't progress. Go see Joe. He'll get you back on track.
I won't stop now. I will continue to train with Joe until the student has out-mastered the master."
I am 56 years of age and have always loved music. As a freshman in college in 1974, I enrolled in some music theory classes and began playing guitar. Not one to discipline myself, I learned only some basic chords and a few little things throughout the years. One day I finally said to myself that it was time to "finally learn how to play the guitar." The good thing with respect to my disposition was that not once did I ever think I was too old to learn. It was a year ago on Christmas morning when my wife presented me with a card containing a number of lessons with Take Lessons. I was elated, anxious and excited to begin to learn what I had put off for half of my life. When I first called my instructor, Dave Murray, I knew this was going to be very edifying and very special for me. As a fellow instructor, I've come to realize that it takes a special person to really understand the needs of students and to appropriate a lesson plan that meets both the individual's elementary and progressive needs. Dave has done this marvelously. I can't measure the joy of success I've experienced learning to play with Dave, whom I'm here to tell you, is a tremendous asset to your organization. I was embarrassed somewhat when we began my lessons as I was all thumbs and very clumsy. Dave was incredible as he always applied the correct method that not only instilled my confidence, but allowed me to make sounds I never thought possible. I'm playing things on the guitar today that again, I never, ever thought were possible. Dave has a meticulous method to his instruction where he introduces things, simple or complex, during the tenure of lessons that are a future puzzle piece that logically fits somewhere down the road. I find his method of instruction intriguing and challenging. Again, at 56 years of age, I can honestly say, this is the greatest gift I could ever have bestowed upon myself. I'm never going to be on the cover of Guitar Player Magazine, but thanks to Dave, I'll always have one of the greatest gifts anyone can give themselves - the gift of playing music."
I've been taking cello lessons from Bijan for about 2 years now, and his instruction has caused me take a greater appreciation for music on the whole. Cello is my first instrument and I was worried that, as an adult player just starting out, I'd have to hunt around for an effective teacher. I was very, very lucky in getting Bijan as my teacher. His credentials are unmatched and his talent across multiple musical styles is amazing. Any question you have, from instrument choice to deep music theory, he has an answer for. He has also been incredibly patient with me, even when I seemed frustrated and ready to give up. I probably would have if it had not been for his encouragement and help. Bijan would absolutely be my first choice for anyone in the San Diego area wanting to learn music."
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