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Bachelor of Music from Vanderbilt University Blair School of Music
Teaches students 7 and up
I've played alone and in ensembles for over 25 years. My lessons will start at your level. What do you want to accomplish? What music do you want to play? You'll learn the basics- bow control, intonation, vibrato, shifting positions. What you play with those skills is up to you- that's what makes music enjoyable!
*Note: at this time I am only taking on intermediate students, as I can only teach lessons online at this time due to the pandemic. I would consider anyone who has been playing for at least 1 year to be intermediate level.
My name is Crystal and I've played viola for over 25 years. I can teach both violin and viola. I play professionally and just for fun. I have a bachelor's in music from Vanderbilt University where I studied with Kathryn Plummer. l love teaching people of all ages how to make music! *please note: i
Speaks English, Turkish
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Teaching since 2010
Students who are interested in getting ready for an audition will receive lessons and coachings tailored to meet their specific goals so that they can have a successful audition.
Zeynep has professional experience teaching at:
• Juilliard School (Morse Teaching Artist, and Music Advancement Program),
• New York Philharmonic (Teaching Artist),
• Lincoln Center and the New York City Department of Education (Violin Faculty for Audition Boot Camp at Lincoln Center)
•The Aspen Music Festival (P.A.L.S. Program),
• Stony Brook University (CCMP Chamber Program)
• Bilkent University (Guest Teacher and Master Classes)
•The Nord Anglia International School NY (private violin teacher)
• Elizabeth Faidley Studio (Violin Faculty)
Through her dedicated teaching, she instills in her students a solid technical foundation as well as guiding the development of her students own unique musical voice and musicianship.
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Hello! My name is Zeynep Alpan and I am a Turkish-American violinist living in New York City. I am a graduate of the Juilliard School (B.M. and M.M.) and am currently a Doctor of Musical Arts candidate at Stony Brook University. I have worked with education programs at the Juilliard School, t
Teaches students 16 to 80
Artist Diploma in Opera Performance from Academy of Vocal Arts
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
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In my singing career, I have benefited tremendously from instruction by teachers who perform professionally. I want to help my students develop their vocal ability by meeting them where they are and applying the lessons I have learned from practical experience as well as from what I have been taught. My goal is to equip students with the skills so that they can develop a reliable technique that works under all situations.
In 2013, I began singing professionally in principal roles with major opera companies (with regular appearances at Dallas Opera) and as a soloist with orchestras across the United States. I was an Adler Fellow with San Francisco Opera from 2011-2012. I received my Artist Diploma in Opera Performance from the Academy of Vocal Arts, my M.M. in Voice Performance from Boston University and my B.M. in Voice Performance from Westminster Choir College.
In 2013, I began singing professionally in principal roles with major opera companies and as a soloist with orchestras across the United States. I have sung on the stages of the Dallas Opera, Metropolitan Opera, Los Angeles Philharmonic, Opera Colorado, San Diego Opera and Florida Grand Opera to na
Bachelor of Music Education from Bob Jones University
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate
Teaching since 1995
I have taught brass students for 25 years including trumpet, euphonium, trombone, french horn, and tuba. If you are starting or taking the next steps in your tuba playing I would love to help.
I have had an exciting time learning the trumpet! Growing up I always enjoyed music and especially playing the trumpet, but I was always a mediocre and unreliable player. In between my junior and senior years of high school I went through the difficulty of an embouchure change. Though I struggled f
Speaks Italian, French, German
Doctor of Music from Indiana University, Jacobs School of Music
Awarded Graduate Assistantship from Indiana University, Bloomington - Jacobs School of Music
There are a number of reasons someone may wish to take music lessons. Whatever the specific reason, striving to achieve one’s “artistic truth” is the goal. My holistic view of education is to help a student find his/her own individual “voice” as a singer and a creative artist. I believe the role of an educator is not to relay information in a detached context, what I call teaching “at” a student, but to lead that student in a discussion of the music, pulling information from the student in a collaborative effort between two or more individuals. It is my goal to facilitate an emotionally safe environment for students to take risks, make mistakes, listen critically, and articulate his/her thoughts. We work towards freedom of expression and letting go of fear. Fear is the single greatest enemy of any artist: If you're afraid of how your music will go, you won't be making art.
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I am a classically trained lyric baritone, experienced voice teacher, performer, and arts administrator. As a performer, I have sung operatic and musical theatre roles at regional opera companies around the United States. I have appeared as a featured soloist with orchestra in concert and performed
BS Integrative Studies Minor in Health Studies/Communication from Eastern Oregon University
Teaches students Male: 9 to 90; Female: 9 and up
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate
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Experienced in acoustic and electric guitar playing. I have been playing for over 35 years with experience in rock, pop, funk, soul, r&b, christian music, and gospel. I played lead and rhythm guitar in church for over 15 years. My guitar lessons will help you become comfortable with chord progressions, basic rhythm techniques and basic soloing. I am very patient and have played with many amazing musicians in my years. I have played/performed with Joe Ellison from Run With Patience (Christian Artist). I played lead and rhythm guitar on a worship team led by David Cobb (Christian Artist) City Church 2011-2014, Learned "Johnnie B Good" from Billie Joe Armstrong Green Day front man in my youth with a child hood friend. Played Walnut Festival third stage at the Walnut Festival Walnut Creek 2012.
I am here to help you start your journey in guitar playing. As it is a journey that takes practice and time to get better, I am here to guide along because I have put in the time and practice.
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