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Benjamin Z. began his musical journey when he was 9 with classical piano lessons in Chicago. He earned a Bachelor of Music degree (Piano; Jazz Emphasis) at Portland State University in 2011. Benjamin has studied and performed straight ahead Jazz, Western Classical, Soul, Rhythm and Blues, Funk, Experimental and electronic genres. He has composed and arranged for many types of ensembles including jazz vocal groups, jazz chamber groups (trios, quartets, etc), vocal ensembles and Big-bands. Benjamin has experience working with students ranging from preschool to senior citizens in all skill levels. He has worked with adult group-piano classes at the collegiate level, coaching elementary students in after school music programs, group children's classes, and individual instruction. Benjamin
Out of all instruments, the sound of the violin is the closest to the human voice. Small wonder it is one of the oldest instruments still being played and it's tones can fit in to almost any style of music. Learning the violin from me goes far beyond technique. My training includes reading music notation, lead sheets, and playing by ear. All of these are skills that you can learn depending on what your goals are. A combination of these skills combined with technique on violin will give you a foundation of music knowledge that will serve you regardless of what style of music you want to play. Styles that I have studied specifically are: Classical, Irish, Bluegrass, Rock and Symphonic Metal. In addition to playing violin, I write and arrange music. My song "The Burning Plain" ...
I've studied music at Portland State University, and am well dug into the Portland music scene. I teach you how to turn basic chords and strumming patterns into your own musical ideas, as well as learning your favorite songs. I have experience teaching students how to play most any song in front of family and friends, or with others. Students will get real music theory training as well as advanced guitar techniques. I usually teach students to sing and play the songs in order to help students work on melody and chord structure at the same time. *** Lesson Details *** I'm pretty laid back, but I definitely know the value of hard work. We just keep working it until we get it right. We work until we're happy with it. We use handouts as well as books tailored to your learning style. ...
I teach vocal technique to recording artists, singers interested in starting or joining bands, people looking to do musical theater, do some opera, and anyone who just wants to sound great around the campfire. My students learn how to embellish the things they like about their voices and make them sound unique, while at the same time defeating tension and poor vocal technique. I also work on shaping the whole performer, from stage presence to microphone control. My instrumental students work on both classical and modern music. If you are interested in learning how to read music, chords, charts, compose or just learn some basics I am happy to help you with that. Optional recitals are held two times a year. I have a Bachelors of Music, Vocal Performance at the University
Here is a little bio that by brother wrote about me: "Brogan got his performance start playing guitar at church in Oregon for several years in middle school and high school. As he grew more rounded and his musical interest became much more complex, a serious dive into music ensued. Brogan is a 24-year-old guitarist who’s musical accolades include radio appearances, playing with Paul Allen at the Experience Music Project Founder’s Awards in Seattle, and receiving a full tuition scholarship to attend the prestigious Berklee College of Music in Boston. But accolades have a weak grasp on the totality of Brogan’s love of music as a lifestyle. His fortes range from metal to jazz to modern classical, and he picks up styles from hearing music across the world due both to ambitious listening ...
**** Individual way of teaching for each student! My students perform concerts and always doing the best at school **** Currently accepting students of all ages. *** Lesson Details *** As a teacher I offer a great deal of knowledge of basics clarinet, piano and saxophone techniques. I will teach how to play right, how to improve your finger technique, staccato and make your sound beautiful. I will help you with your hand position when you play the piano and how to get fun from the music. I will teach you how to make organization of you practice at home and how to spend practice time that be get great results from this. I can help you from your first steps in the music, and correct your mistakes if you are advanced player. And you can choose - you want to play music just for fun ...
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