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Danny V. San Antonio, TX

About Danny

Danny is a singer, songwriter, motivational speaker, actor, and model. Danny has had a love for the performing arts since childhood. Every experience that Danny has from music videos, acting, working in bands A-Capella gospel and R & B groups, to American Idol, theater, auditioning, recording in a studio, working with a live crowd, a smaller intimate crowd hosting a show etc. you name it. Danny believes that making a dream happen requires being solid on faith, being a visionary and also being ready to act and move on the impulse. Sometimes life throws us a curve ball and you have to be ready to move. With life experience and hardships. Danny appreciates and loves life and in everything he does he feels excited about any opportunity or door that comes his way. Danny is currently

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Sierra B. July 25, 2013
Singing
Danny V is everything you could want as a vocal instructor.

I came to Danny about 3 years ago wanting to take lessons. I had a very light classical type voice but I wanted more. Danny worked with me and helped me build my voice up to be strong, powerful yet controlled. I can do everything and more that I had only dreamed of doing with my voice. Not only that but I am STILL improving. Danny helped me believe in myself and that I could achieve the voice I wanted, now I'm here and I couldn't be happier or more proud of my voice! I have and still do recommend Danny to other singers he is the best you can get!
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Danny M. June 4, 2013
Singing
Wow

I have worked in the industry as a musician for 25 years and have worked with various vocal coaches. Danny has made a tremendous difference and I have been seeing improvements weekly. Being that I sing soulful music it has always been hard training with other coaches because they don't understand what it is to have a flow and soul. I do recommend. This coach can also sang!
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Ray R. May 20, 2013
Singing
Amazing

When working with various coaches, I noticed a few have what I call ," One size fits all". Meaning one lesson plan everyone. Mine situation was very unique. I had a bit of issues with my breathing in my lower voice and then needed help expanding my range. Danny helped me with that. Not only did he guide me, Danny also demonstrated how to use the right techniques. Also the facilities was a commercial location, not someones garage. I was able to bring my friends and they relaxed in the lobby. I felt and experienced results in my first week. I still take lessons to this day. Thanks a million....
Julian E. San Antonio, TX

About Julian

I have been a professional musician for 30 years. I have toured all over the US as well as performed in Canada, Mexico and Switzerland. My career has enabled me to do some cool things over the years, including, record on numerous CD's, including a Grammy award winning CD, music videos, video game music and various special events around the US. Through my experience, I can help you or your child achieve their musical goals using techniques that I have developed over many years of real life performing. *** Lesson Details *** I specialize in children's beginner guitar and bass guitar for all ages and levels. My approach to teaching is simple, use real life techniques and incorporate simple music theory. My kids guitar students learn to read music as well as chords and chord ...

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Samuel V. October 5, 2014
Bass Guitar · In studio
Julian is an outstanding instructor. He has an amazing teaching ability, offering a great deal of knowledge and patience for people of all levels. I am really glad to have found a way to really learn what playing bass is all about. Thanks to Julian, I feel like I am able to hold my own if I ever try to look for a band to play with. I now feel like I can play and sound good doing it. Highly recommend!!
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Frank D. September 3, 2014
Guitar · In studio
I started out with absolutely no musical training at all. The first few sessions we spent on learning the basics of how to hold the instrument properly. Julian then asked me why I wanted to learn so that he could find the right method for me. Its been about 4 years and I feel I keep getting better. I have learned more than I ever thought id be able to. I even played live in front of fans before a stars game at the AT&T Center. Julian is a great instructor and will tailor your sessions based on what you want to learn, all the while giving you the proper tools to grow on your own and find your own sound.
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Alexis M. August 29, 2014
Acoustic Guitar · In studio
Mr. Julian is a 5 star instructor. My granddaughter has been taking lessons for a year now, he has patience with kids. I highly recommended him. His knowledge of music is amazing!
Jesse S. San Antonio, TX

About Jesse

Hello everyone! My name is Jesse and I teach guitar here in San Antonio, TX. I currently hold a degree in guitar from Berklee College of Music that I earned with a 4.0 GPA. I am a seasoned musician that has played many gigs and I have been featured on the radio as well. I promise I can help you achieve your goals. Whether you want to start a music career, compose your own material, serenade your significant other, learn that one song, or just impress your friends, I can help you get there!

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StacyK July 1, 2009
Jesse is the best teacher!

After only 3 lessons I was able to play the Blues. It's not a long song. But my husband was very impressed with how far I have come in such a shot period of time. And my lessons are only 30 mins long.
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DebO April 23, 2009
We love Jesse!

Ari and I had an amazing time at our lesson. Jesse made an incredible impression on us and we would recommend him to everyone!
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JesG April 16, 2009
Exceptional Instructor

Jesse is an exceptional instructor. My daughter is excited about taking lessons and even about practicing. He has an easy to understand teaching style. He encourages the students and it shows--she came out of her room last night, estatic over being able to play a song all the way through--after only three weeks!
Timothy B. San Antonio, TX

About Timothy

Timothy , tenor, hails from San Antonio, Texas. Most recently, he was praised by the Houston Chronicle for his depiction of Nadir in Les Pêcheurs de Perles at Opera in the Heights. Soon after that he was engaged to sing for the San Antonio Opera as Ralph Rackstraw in H.M.S Pinafore. In the fall of 2011 he made his debut with Salt Marsh Opera as Elvino in La Sonnambula. Soon after he was engaged with Sparkling City Light Opera as Don Ramiro in La Cenerentola. He began his studies in 1998 at Texas State University where he received his Bachelor’s degree in Vocal Performance in 2001. He is heard in such roles as The Duke of Mantua in Rigoletto, Des Grieux in Manon, Count Almaviva in Il Barbiere di Siviglia, Rodolfo in La boheme; Franz in Les Contes d’ Hoffman, Ernesto in Don Pasquale, ...

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Kristen P. April 22, 2015
Singing · In studio
Verified Student
Learned a lot. Very professional and cool.
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Luciano B. March 19, 2015
Singing · In studio
Verified Student
Professional, Concise with Instruction, Welcoming, Knowledgable, Keeps the Environment Comfortable and Productive. Really glad I chose to go to Timothy Birt.
Dustin S. San Antonio, TX

About Dustin

~ Hello, my name is Dustin and I am passionate about playing piano and empowering others to learn to play. ~ Teaching piano is more than just a job to me. it's an opportunity for me to share with those who are taking piano lessons, something that has given me great joy in life. ~ I was a Full Scholarship Piano Performance Major and have won many National and Statewide piano competitions. ~ I began teaching piano in 2003 in Alaska, I have also taught California and Texas. ~ Memberships with Music Teacher National Association, Texas Music Teachers Association and San Antonio Music Teachers Association. ~ My goal is to infuse my students with a love for piano. ~ To encourage them, so they will leave each lesson inspired to practice, with a desire to play the

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julie H. January 3, 2015
Piano · In studio
Learning piano was a wonderful experience. I not only got to learn to play, but I also learned about the details of playing the piano. Not only for fun on a day to day basis, but also on a more serious note like playing at performance. I was amazed at how quickly I picked up the piano with Dustin's guidance. With his guidance, I discovered that playing the piano was fun and he made it easy to learn. I would recommend Dustin as a piano teacher to anyone.
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Angie M. December 4, 2014
Piano · In studio
Verified Student
We are a military family so have had several teachers. Dustin is a fantastic find! Our son looks forward to his weekly lesson.
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Adrian V. December 3, 2014
Piano · In home
I had always heard that finding the right piano teacher for your child was important, I never really understood that until my son began working with Mr. Dustin S. for piano lessons. My 10 yr. old had other piano teachers in the past that really didn't seem to listen or take time to understand our son's needs which in effect, seemed to cause my son to steadily lose interest in wanting to learn piano. Mr. Dustin S. took the time to listen to our past experiences, taking notes (literally) on what were the past concerns and future goals. He thoughtfully planned and adjusted his lessons to keep my son interested in practicing piano as well as in learning to read music. Mr. Dustin S. is very knowledgeable, and truly takes time to know his students.
Ruth V. San Antonio, TX

About Ruth

Knowledgeable, patient, direct, and experienced teacher of many musical instruments. Performed with Orchestral groups, and chorale groups. Performed on the Carniege Hall stage a few times with a few chorale groups. Studied violin from top performers from the San Antonio Symphony. ***Capable of working with students who have special needs. I have a passion for the performing arts; every aspect of it. From learning a piece to committing it to memory. Twelve Benefits of Music Education Music Education Advocacy Resources on amazon.com 1. Early musical training helps develop brain areas involved in language and reasoning. It is thought that brain development continues for many years after birth. Recent studies have clearly indicated that musical training physically ...

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Frank H. April 20, 2015
Violin · In studio
Verified Student
Ruth made me feel very comfortable, and the lesson went well. I learned quite a bit for just the 1st lesson, and expect to make good progress. Ruth played my violin and made it sound great, so I am looking forward to being able to do the same.
We went through some of the basics on tuning, parts of the violin, reading music, posture, arm position, and bowing. I think Ruth has good skills, a nice way with people, and would recommend her as a teacher.

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Felipe G. November 19, 2014
Violin · In home
Ruth is the best violin and piano teacher that TakeLessons has to offer. She's really patient, down to earth, and super talented. She knows and understands music just like a pro and can work really well with students of all ages! She's even given my infant son a few lessons on the piano and now he loves to play! If your interested in high quality lessons, you better pick Ruth!!!!!!
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Andrew F. November 9, 2014
Ruth is a gifted musician. I have had the pleasure of watching her perform numerous times and I have had the honor of singing along side her at Carnegie Hall. Ruth is a genuine person with has a lot of insight and a lot of soul. She has a passion that is contagious. You will not be disappointed by having Ruth as your teacher!

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