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Speaks Russian, English
Master Degree in Piano and Choir Director from Moscow Tchaikovsky Conservatory
Teaching since 2006
Hello, dear students and parents. I am a principal of a Music School in Sunny Isles Beach, Florida. I have finished a Moscow Tchaikovsky Conservatory with two master's degrees in Piano and choir conductor; my dissertation was in music therapy. Also, I completed the Montessori Teacher Training Institute in Miami. My teachers and I offer music lessons for children and adults at any age, starting from Birth to 99 years old.
I am a highly skilled professional, certified musician. I offer lessons in piano, singing, ukulele, flute, saxophone, clarinet, drums, violin beginners as well as group lessons in ear training and theory, piano and singing, Russian language lessons. My main instrument is piano, and I specialize i
Bachelor of Music, Double Bass performance from Colburn Conservatory of Music
Teaches students 10 and up
Mark L.Book Now
I have received training in double bass performance from the Colburn School in Los Angeles as well as the Juilliard School here in New York City. I also have experience teaching all levels of student, from someone first time ever holding the instrument to someone looking to pursue a career in double bass performance. I like to make sure that my students are always working on what they are interested in and enjoying the process of improving, so I will try to tailor your lessons to meet your needs and goals.
MARK LILLIE, a native of Boulder, Colorado, completed his Bachelor of Music degree at the Colburn Conservatory of Music, where he studied with Peter Lloyd. He is now a second year Master of Music candidate at The Juilliard School, where he studies with Joseph Conyers. In the summer of 2017, he was a
Bachelors of Arts Music Composition and Music Technology from California State University, San Bernardino
Teaches Elementary, Middle School
Standards in studying the English language are always changing. I've been researching common core standards for at least a year and love to come up with ways to help students understand the concepts presented in the common core, by possibly finding different ways to understand parts of speech, sentence diagramming, word usage, spelling, vocabulary and more.
With my two Bachelor's degrees in Music Composition and Technology, I began tutoring students in piano, voice, and composition as it was part of my training. I also have experience writing and editing essays, books, and more for several independent clients. I have experience writing my own books as
Teaches students 8 and up
We will focus on the basics of improv in the Upright Citizen's Brigade method.
If you want to learn to LOVE performing, get in touch with me! I'm a graduate of the Los Angeles County High School for the Arts (Vocal Major), as well as the Hartt School of Music, Theatre, and Dance, where I got my BFA in Musical Theatre, and performing is truly in my blood! I believe that more t
Teaches students 5 and up
Teaching since 2004
Sylvia S.Book Now
Using tried-and-true methods, I will help you:
• break down your audition preparation into a series of doable steps
• make a plan for doing a series of mock auditions, practicing the conditions of playing on-demand as well as practicing your audition repertoire
• arrive at your audition feeling confident and well-prepared
Fascinated and deeply inspired by the relationship between music, movement, and dance, violinist and Dalcrozian-in-training Sylvia is a passionate chamber musician in both modern and historical performance practices. A native of Boston, MA, Sylvia performs currently with Guts Baroque Duo, L’Esprit
Teaching since 2004
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Clera R.Book Now
Do you want to learn how to read music or be able to play songs you like? Perhaps you want to rebuild your skills from where you left off years ago and find your passion again? If so, I can assist you! I am an active performer and teacher with experience in teaching students at varying age and levels. I offer quality piano lessons with many focus including building strong fundamentals and producing good sound, and while teaching, I enjoy incorporating Western music history and theory. I aim to inspire learning that is engaging and motivating while having a great time working together. I look forward to connecting with you!
Hello! I am a classically trained pianist with experience working with students at varying age and levels. I hold a Doctor of Musical Arts degree from Boston University and Professional Artist Certificate from North Carolina School of the Arts, and have performed internationally in France, Estonia,
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