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About Nikki F.

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Aurora, CO
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A University of Southern Mississippi Graduate with a degree in Music- Vocal Emphasis,
Nikki has been singing and playing the piano for over ten years.

Her vocal credits include: Regional Yellow Ribbon Event National Anthem Singer, Keesler Air Force Base frequently featured singer, Keesler Air Force Base Ensemble Singer, Beau Rivage Christmas Caroler, Coastal Vibrations Jazz Ensemble, Professional Hockey Mississippi Sea wolves game and Professional Minor League Baseball Mobile Bay-bears game National Anthem Singer. A Sentimental Journey with the Hattiesburg Civic Light Opera, Voice of Eagles (University of Southern Mississippi Vocal Jazz Ensemble), one of the premier vocalists for the University of Southern Mississippi Jazz Band and Jazz combo, Vocalist for Dr. Charles Elliot (Former Dean of the School of Music), personal jazz band Th
e Classics, featured National Anthem Singer for the University of Southern Mississippi basketball games, and one of the premier vocalists for the United States Air Force Reserves 403rd Wing.

Her Theatrical Roles include: Nurse in The Outsiders 2000, Alicia in Stormin' The Teachers Lounge, Fantine in Les Miserables, Sally Bowles in Cabaret, Tantomile in Cats, Sonia Gibbons in Godspell, and Nehebka in Aida. She has also been involved in working backstage in Stage Left in West Side Story, Assistant Director in Cabaret, and Stage Right in Into the Woods.

Nikki has studied under James Harrell, Sharon Martin, Larry Panella (Director of Jazz Studies/Vocal Jazz & Jazz Piano Coach, University of Southern Mississippi), Dr. John Flanery, Dr. David Knowles, Dr. Barbara Mathis and Dr. Maryann Kyle.

She is able to adapt to many different music genres to serve your musical needs. Specializing in Jazz vocals to include Scat Singing. She is the first vocalist at the University of Southern Mississippi to complete the full two-year Jazz Improvisation Course Sequence. Able to sightread music and give a quality meaningful performance, she is ready to entertain at your next event. She was also a Vocalist for Our Lady of Fatima Catholic Church and kept a very lively Music Studio offering music lessons for children and adults in multiple locations in the Denver Metro Area.

Nikki is an initiated member of Sigma Alpha Iota Professional Music Fraternity.

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Nikki F.

Nikki F.

Online
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$25 / 30-min

About Rachel Z.

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Minneapolis, MN
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About Rachel
Teaching others music education is my passion! Each lesson is tailored to the individual student based on his/her age, skill level, and musical interests. Students usually begin with a common course book such as Alfred or Faber series including studies in the following areas: Repertoire, Technic, Scales, Chords, Arpeggios, Theory, & Duets.

I took private lessons from age 5 through 18 and four years of college lessons from Dr. Suzanne Torkelson at Wartburg College, Waverly, Iowa. I studied college level courses in piano literature, piano theory, and piano pedagogy and have seven years of teaching experience.
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Rachel Z.

Rachel Z.

Online
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$40 / 30-min

About Anabelle C.

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About Anabelle
When did you begin playing [instrument], and why?:

I've been singing since I was about 8. I began to play piano when I was a teenager, because many of my classmates were very skilled at the piano, and I became inspired to be like them.

What are your personal goals as a musician?:

I love opera, and my goal is to compose my own. I plan on working closely with the librettist, since I'm a poet as well.

Do you have a memory of a time when a musical concept or technique really clicked? Something you'll remember forever?:

I never knew what perfect pitch was until I was much older. I also didn't realize I had perfect pitch until a professor at an audition made me aware of my ability. Since then, it's become a wonderful tool.

What is your favorite piece of advice from one of your past (or current) teachers?:

Being compassion
ate with a student will allow them to fearlessly open up to their potentials.

What was your most challenging moment learning an instrument?:

In the winter months, my body feels tight and cold, and sometimes this causes tension during playing or singing. That's why to me it's important to work in a warm environment, do proper daily stretching, and have a healthy lifestyle (good diet, exercise, proper sleep).

What is your biggest musical achievement?:

Composing a fugue.

Favorite thing about teaching?:

I love sharing my passion for music with other human beings.

What is a piece of advice you would like to share with anyone learning music?:

If at first you don't succeed, try try again. Music is meant to be fun, enjoy it!

Personal music projects: i.e. bands, groups, shows, recording, etc. (if any):

In 2015, I composed the music for my sister's walk down the aisle (wedding piece). Additional compositions underway, member of American Composer's Forum, member of Contemplum (composition club at Temple), participant in the Oticons Film Score Contest.

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About Anabelle...

Anabelle has been involved with sounds and music from an early age. Her greatest forte is her hearing. When she was young, people thought she might become a voice actor, because her skill at replicating voices was quite apparent. Still, she loved to sing and had been regularly involved in choirs. She dabbled in violin in the fifth grade, but she didn't feel a "click." Without despairing, she tried her luck with piano and felt instantly in sync. She knew this was the right instrument for her. During her piano studies, she continued to work on her voice. In addition, she studied the workings of a sound board, and was head sound chief at her high school. At the college level, she began to pursue composition, while still continuing with piano and vocal studies. She holds an A.A. with a music focus (piano performance), a B.M. in music theory, and a M.M in music education from Boston University. She has been teaching music since 2006 and has worked with a wide range of ages and various group sizes. Her joy is working with people in a field that she is passionate about. Her interests include music (jazz, classical, opera, new age), ballet, composition, yoga, meditation, going to the gym, hiking and camping, scuba-diving, sailing,Traditional Chinese Medicine and acupuncture, cooking and baking, film-editing, sound engineering, poetry, reading good books, building websites, and watching documentaries.
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Anabelle C.

Anabelle C.

Yuma, AZ 85367
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$35 / 30-min

About Garrett S.

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Huntington Beach, CA
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My name is Garrett. I am originally from Southern California where I grew up constantly around music. My mother being a pianist I started at a young age. After a few years and a few different instruments, I fell in love with the Oboe. I was fortunate to have great teachers through middle school and high school and I ended up making my way to college on a Music Scholarship. Studying mainly classical music, I did have my chances to explore various genres and perform all over California as well as various cities in the US. I am very passionate and love to teach. I look forward to the possibility of teaching/coaching young or old musicians here in California.
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Elena I. July 29, 2016
· Oboe · In home
Great instructor and very flexible.
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Benjamin P. July 12, 2016
· Clarinet · In home
My son started taking classes in this summer. So far, it is a very helpful and pleasant learning experience for him. Garrett knows how to work with young elementary age kids. He is always on time and very focused on his tutoring. We are happy to find him through take lessons.com and will recommend him highly.
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Mckinzy M. April 28, 2016
· Oboe · In studio
Very helpful in reviewing techniques and musical style. It's clear music is his first priority.
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Garrett S.

Garrett S.

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About Carey M.

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Conyers, GA

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I have a Master of Music in Flute Performance Degree with Distinction from the Longy School of Music in Cambridge, Massachusetts in 2008 and a Bachelor of Music in Flute Performance, Magna Cum Laude, from Kennesaw State University in Kennesaw, Georgia in 2005. I have studied flute under Christina Smith and Carl Hall both of the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra and Robert Willoughby. I have performed in numerous master classes as well as been a member of the National Wind Symphony in New York City. I earned merit scholarships from both the Longy School of Music and Kennesaw State University. I am a member of Phi Kappa Phi, National Society of Collegiate Scholars, Golden Key International Honor Society and Pi Kappa Lambda Honorary Music Society. I currently maintain a private studio teaching students in Rockdale, Morgan, Newton, Gwinnett and
DeKalb Counties. I have adjudicated for the Georgia Music Educators Association as well as taught sectionals and marching band camps for area schools.
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Stephanie J. August 9, 2017
· Flute · In home
Carey is personable and professional. My son's technique and ability improved dramatically in the first year with Carey for private instruction. She is very easy to work with, both for my son and for me. She has helped him with his music for marching band, for concert band, to get ready for auditions, etc. Could not be happier with our choice of instructor!
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Carey M.

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About Dan L.

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New York, NY
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I’ve made my living for nearly thirty years specializing in jazz of the 1920s and ’30s - the genres commonly referred to as “traditional jazz” (or “trad”) and swing. I’m the clarinet instructor at the New Orleans Trad Jazz Camp, the San Diego Adult Trad Jazz Camp, and the newly founded New York Hot Jazz Camp.

I don’t actually teach THE INSTRUMENT - that’s something you can get from thousands of professional instructors. What I teach is THE MUSIC. I have something unique to offer you, which you won’t be able to get from other instructors: a comprehensive understanding of the role the clarinet and saxophone play in a traditional jazz or swing band. How do you choose what notes to play (or not play) during the ensembles and on your solo?

Whether you've played other styles of music and would like to enter the trad jazz/swing arena, you'
ve played trad jazz/swing but would like to hone your skills, or you're new to music altogether, I CAN HELP YOU.
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Dan L.

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About Jiyeon K.

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Suwanee, GA

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About Jiyeon
YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/jiyeonatwell/videos
• Fun and Structured Piano Lessons at My Home Studio or Your Own Home
• 30, 45, and 60 Minute Lessons Available
• Ages: 3+ and All Levels Welcome
• Member of: MTNA, Georgia MTA,Gwinnett County MTA, NFMC, CAPMT
• Teacher of: CAPMT Romantic Festival Winners, Multiple NFMC
Scholarship Winners, Bach Festival Winners
• NFMC, MTNA, Junior Bach Festival, Recital, and Competitions Annually
• Fluent in both English and Korean
• 32 Years of experience
• Teach in both American Method (Letter system) and European Method
(Solfege) upon Request
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Richard D. August 16, 2017
· Piano · In home
Only one lesson so far, but exactly what I was looking for. Great lesson structure, work assignments, and tips to help speed things along.
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Ann D. July 2, 2017
· Piano · In studio
She has been a great piano teacher for my son from the beginning of his piano studies. He has improved in all areas from technic, musicality, and theory. Highly recommended for all levels of piano playing.
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Marla June 20, 2017
· Piano ·
I have known Jiyeon since elementary school. We grew up together as friends and musicians! Aside from being an accomplished performer and sensitive accompanist, she is kind, dependable and dedicated to her work. Her students will find themselves challenged and motivated by the same high standards she holds for herself as a person and a musician.
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About Nate S.

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Atlanta, GA
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About Nate
I am an innovator of fine arts and education that is interested in experiencing unique opportunities throughout a progressive lifetime. I am determined to maintain a career that promotes creativity and academic advancement in the field of visual and performing arts. My experiences with education have gained me an interest of instructional design and organizational structure as a professional consultant that facilitates the sale of education as well.
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Nate S.

Nate S.

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About Natalie N.

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About Natalie
I am a professional singer and speech language pathologist. I have spent many years studying the physiology and anatomy of the voice. I have a Bachelor of Music from Wichita State University and a Master of Science from Rockhurst University.

I have been performing for more than 10 years in various genres, including opera, musical theater, jazz, gospel and popular styles. I have extensive experience with music theory and character analysis. I studied classical vocal performance for 15+ years and am still learning more, as the voice is ever changing. Students that study with me will not only receive instruction for healthy singing and performance but also personalized technique. I strongly believe that every voice is unique and that 'one size fits all' vocal training is not effective.

I have taught private voice and piano lesson
s, as well as theater classes for many years. I have experience teaching ages 3-75, in all levels. I also have extensive experience working with students with special needs, modifying curriculum and utilizing various teaching styles to accommodate specific needs.
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Natalie N.

Natalie N.

Yuma, AZ 85364
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$25 / 30-min

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