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Teaching since 1977
Teaches students 7 and up
Acoustic folk country is my specialty. I have taught guitar for 35 years. played guitar professionally for over 40 years!
I grew up in a musical family in Tucson, where my dad was a high school choir teacher for 25 years. I had the privilege to be in his choirs for 2 years! I attended Northern Arizona University studying music education/performance 3 years (music scholarship), Pima College music ed. 1 year. This includ
I like the combination of information and practical exercises. Learned a lot in 1st Lesson.
Teaching since 2004
Teaches students 5 and up
Kevin G.Book Now
I’ll teach form, technique, air support, embouchure strengthening, mouthpiece placement, recommend instrument makers or companies. I tailor the lessons to the goals and needs of the students; not a cookie cutter format
I don’t use a cookie cutter pattern for students but base it on each students needs, weaknesses & strengths. How to breath, embouchure strengthening, positioning, rhythm & theory, practice routines, goals, instrument & mouthpiece recommendations. I keep it flexible so the student is comfortable.
Mary Lou H.
Teaching since 1987
Awarded District Award of Merit from Osceola District Boy Scouts of America
Mary Lou H.
Scrapbooking is a wonderful way to preserve your family memories. Take the time to organize your precious memories in albums that will be treasured for generations.
I have been scrapbooking for about 20 years and have books for my son from toddler to Eagle Scout to Airman. What do you want in your scapbooks?
About Mary Lou
I graduated from Indiana University of Pennsylvania with a Bachelor of Science in Education/Mathematics. I am a "real" math teacher. I have taught math to elementary students, algebra and geometry in junior high and high school, and all levels for college students. For example, my first stude
Speaks Sign Language (Very basic), English
The Art Of Belcanto from The Hages Music Studio
Teaching since 2001
Learn when and when not to use " country twang". Gain a mixed tone with a bright and edgy tone. Gain a strong voice, bigger vocal range, and breath control.
**Due to the pandemic, all lessons will now be held on a virtual/online platform until further notice.** Rachel is fully background checked by three different companies and is also fingerprinted. Rachel's private studio is where you not only learn healthy technique, but how to become a self-su
Speaks Italian, German, Spanish
Master of Music from Conservatorio della Svizzera-Italiana
Teaches students 10 and up
I accept only flutists for Music Performance lessons. There is a special art to performing well and making a connection with your audience. I can instruct you on how to bring your performance to the next level. We will talk about your playing, your movement, and even some speaking so that you feel confident and prepared when you step foot on that stage! This is great for overcoming stage fright, anxiety, and tension if you have an audition, recital, or other performance coming up.
I'm a flutist and flute instructor in the North Atlanta area. My home studio is in Acworth (near Woodstock), Georgia where I teach flute lessons. I play Principal Flute and am the Executive Director of the Alpharetta Symphony Orchestra. Lessons: My teaching philosophy is grounded in the idea
Teaching since 2004
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Leila Q.Book Now
My name is Leila Q. We are going to work together to have fun lessons. I came from Shanghai, China. I graduated from a prestigious University in the USA. I have successfully helped students achieve their learning goals in speaking and writing within a half year, such as pronunciation close to a native, speaking basic Chinese, Improving their school performance, etc. I knew how to help them since I usually have a good relationship with them and motivate their studies.
I love teaching and work with different age groups of students who can be coupled years old to retirees. I started to teach Mandarin Chinese more than ten years ago. I will be so glad to meet you. Please come to try out my lesson!
I have successfully helped students achieve their learning goals because I knew how to help them since I usually have a good relationship with them and motivate their studies. I help students confidence with their different levels in memorizing new materials. Every student has their potentials
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I absolutely adored every second with Jason. Even though I was a complete novice, Jason was patient and created a very friendly environment. He encouraged me to choose the lesson plan. Also, knowing that the banjo is typically understood as a blue-grass and southern sound, he opened my ears to Sabbath on the banjo which blew me away and opened the doors to banjo-heavy metal style. He is very versatile and a kick-butt musician. The man can do anything. He is understanding, fun, and encouraging. He never gave-up on me, always made me feel talented and kept me motivated. I will continue to take lessons from Jason. From never touching an instrument before in my life to jamming T. Rex on the banjo in just a month, shows Jason is one great teacher. YOU ROCK!!"
For my money, Dave's instruction is worth every penny."
Her experience as a teacher, guitarist, singer/songwriter, and performer all come into play during her lessons (at least, for me anyway!). As a new singer/songwriter myself, she not only teaches me guitar at a pace that matches my own, but also provides guidance on vocals, setlist creation, and live or studio performance tips. And she has a seasonal Live Showcase Performance at a local music venue for any of her students that are interested in gaining live performance experience.
Lena is honest and encouraging all at once... which is a hard balance to maintain. I highly respect her as a mentor and musician. If not for her, I never would have discovered my ability to become a singer/songwriter and release my first EP!
Bottom line: if you can get on her lesson roster... DON'T WAIT!"
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