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Phillip F.

Rural Hall, NC

About Phillip

Pianist and singer Phillip F. started learning to play the piano at age 6. Growing up he competed and placed highly in many competitions including playing with the Symphony Orchestra in his home town of Spartanburg, SC after winning it's concerto competition at the age of 17. In college he took piano from Dr. Charles Fugo at the University of South Carolina and also started taking voice lessons from Tonya Currier and Walter Cuttino. While still in college he worked with The South Carolina Opera company for a season as a member of the ensemble and as Chorus Master.
Since college, he has work
ed with different theater and opera companies as a lead actor and as a musician.
He has many years of teaching experience with piano at all experience levels.

*** Lesson Details ***
I have experience teaching since 1995 while I was still in college. I primarily use Alfred and Bastien piano methods for beginners. I teach how to read music, understand the theory behind the music, and the technique needed in a patient atmosphere at the pace of the student. I also teach you how the piano works and the different types of pianos as well as the history of keyboards used for different classical music. The lessons are geared toward the goals of the student no matter what level is desired.
In teaching singing, I will teach you the basics necessary to create a healthy and relaxed sound through technique. With experience singing music ranging from classical to contemporary church music to musical theater, I can teach you how to use the voice in a way that will promote a long time of singing without adding stress to the voice. I will work with any style of music and will give you the technique and confidence needed to become a better singer.

*** Studio Equipment ***
Walk into house, on left is a room with a piano and books with big windows to look out through room. Pianos are an upright piano and an Alesis Synthesiser. Seating is available for parents as well.

*** Travel Equipment ***
I expect the student to have a piano or an electric keyboard at home for piano lessons. For voice lessons a keyboard is not required but is helpful.

*** Specialties ***
I primarily teach piano in a classical style using either Bastien or Alfred Methods for piano lessons.
For voice, I teach all my students to sing in a way that will be the most beneficial to the health of their voice. Doing this is helpful to all styles of singing.
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Neria A. January 23, 2016
Piano · Online
Verified Student
My daughter really liked her first class with Philip. She says he explained everything clearly.
Looking forward for next classes
Excellent !!
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Linda W. January 5, 2016
Singing · Online
Verified Student
Gifted, outstanding and encouraging teacher. As a begining adult student in vocal training,5 I could have asked for no better. I am very pleased indeed. Linda Garrison Webster
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Bailey D. December 19, 2015
Piano · In home
Verified Student
Mr Phillip is awesome! He takes the time to build a relationship and connect with my grandchild. He is a foundational teacher and doesn't take shortcuts. He also works hard and is dedicated professional.
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Phillip F.

Phillip F.

Rural Hall, NC 27045
(10)
starting at
$18 / 30-min
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Luke P.

Winston Salem, NC

About Luke

I majored in music at Berea College, then went on to The University of North Carolina School of the Arts, where I completed a Masters degree in guitar performance and served as the graduate assistant to the guitar department.

For the past ten years I have earned a living performing and teaching guitar. I am a certified Suzuki instructor, and I've held teaching positions at Winston Salem State University and the University of North Carolina School of the Arts, along with at least half a dozen other schools and institutions. I've been featured on other artists' records, and received a gra
nt to release an album of my own songs. I regularly perform in a wide variety of bands and ensembles.

I love to teach, and over the years I have taught hundreds, maybe even thousands of lessons. Having learned something from each and every one of my students, I am now at a point where I excel at honing in on the individual interests and learning styles of whoever comes to me for help. There are many ways to learn guitar. The best one is the one that engages and inspires you the most. That said, there are also music fundamentals that we all need to know. My joy as a teacher lies in finding a way for you to master the fundamentals while at the same time following your personal bliss and intuition. We plot the course together, combining your curiosity and enthusiasm with my years of experience.

I also love working with kids. While they are having fun jamming, I discretely provide them with the technique and musicianship they'll need to excel in any musical environment, whether it's conservatory study or playing in a great band.

*** Lesson Details ***
Your enthusiasm is the key to your success, so my lessons are tailored to the interests and abilities of each student. That said, my classical background and dedication to effective teaching inform everything I do.

All of my students learn Music Fundamentals:
-Technique (habits of movement)
-Theory (how music works)
-Aural skills (hearing pitches, chords and rhythms clearly)

Many of my students use books. There are hundreds of great books these days, and I will work with students from any book they choose. Listed here are the books I regularly use. They all deliver great results:

-Aaron Shearer "Leaning The Classic Guitar"
-Will Schmidt and Greg Koch "The Hal Leonard Method"
-Joe Pecoraro "Read This First"
-David Oaks "Music Reading For Guitar"
-William Leavitt "A Modern Method For Guitar"
-Mateo Carcassi "Melodic and Progressive Studies, Opus 60"
-Leo Brouwer "Simple Studies"

Many of my students prefer to work without a book, and that is a great option too. These students learn scales, chords and theory and develop a repertoire of songs. I will show you how to play any song you'd like to learn. You can also work on writing your own songs or compositions, or improvising in any context, be it jazz, blues, Indian raga or flamenco.

Singing is also encouraged!

*** Studio Equipment ***
Home studio: music stands, extensive library of all kinds of music, great sound system and ability to stream any song, several guitars, recording equipment, footstools, keyboard and percussion instruments.

*** Travel Equipment ***
I'll bring my guitar and books, accessories as needed.

*** Specialties ***
I specialize in versatility. I regularly play gigs doing classical, jazz, blues, rock, pop, and world music. All of these genres have a place in my heart, and I've devoted years to learning to play and teach them well.

I am equally polyamorous when it comes to the various things musicians do. I love to sing pop songs, dissect jazz lines, delve into expressive groupings with classical pieces, drill scales and arpeggios, you name it. Reading, improvising, composing and notating, transcribing and playing by ear, memorization, classical technique, blues technique, bluegrass technique, theoretical analysis... hit me up for any of that, or whatever else interests you.
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Steven M. October 20, 2015
Guitar · In home
Verified Student
Great first lesson! Looking forward to my next 4 lessons.
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Rick L. August 20, 2015
Ukulele · In studio
Verified Student
Luke is a very patient and enthusiastic teacher.
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Susan O. April 4, 2015
Guitar · In studio
Verified Student
Versatile, knowledgeable, listens to the student to set personalized goals
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Luke P.

Winston Salem, NC 27103
(11)
starting at
$25 / 30-min
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Heather C.

Winston Salem, NC

About Heather

Teaching violin has been a rewarding experience for myself and my students! Using the Suzuki method, students are able to play the violin at young ages which is great for brain development, learning to control sounds, and also learning to be disciplined in as as they learn to practice in small amounts! The Suzuki method is a great starting point, but other methods are also fun: Mark O'Conner, All for Strings, etc.
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Matty S. February 9, 2016
Violin · In home
Verified Student
Amazing patience. Love how Heather teaches.
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Alexa M. June 21, 2015
Violin · In studio
Verified Student
Awesome with kids!!
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Heather C.

Heather C.

Winston Salem, NC 27127
(2)
starting at
$36 / 30-min
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Heather E.

Kernersville, NC

About Heather

Hi! My name is Heather and I am looking forward to working with you! I have taught lessons since 2008 and have loved helping my students gain more confidence, ability, and understanding. I went to the Peabody Conservatory of Johns Hopkins University and University of North Carolina at Greensboro and earned a Bachelor of Music degree in vocal performance. I'm a caring, dedicated person and my teaching style is individually-tailored, methodical, and emphasizes fun and creativity with music. I am excited about helping you achieve your goals!
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Stephanie January 25, 2016
Singing · In studio
Heather Ellis was an AWESOME teacher for my 11 year old daughter! She taught her a package of singing lessons I purchased for her and Sara, my daughter, learned a lot! Both my daughter and I liked Heather both personally and professionally and Sara is really looking forward to taking more singing lessons from Heather this summer. We both give her "Five Stars!"
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Ella K. December 14, 2015
Singing · In studio
Verified Student
Just after three lessons my daughter says she's learned a lot and feels much more confident about singing in front of others!! I'm very excited to hear what the future brings...
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Megan H. November 26, 2015
Singing · In home
Verified Student
I had a great experience with Heather! She is very encouraging and is very good at catering the lessons to help your weaknesses and strenghten your strenghts.
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Heather E.

Kernersville, NC 27284
(18)
starting at
$25 / 30-min
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Wes C.

Kernersville, NC

About Wes

My name is Wes C. I've been playing acoustic guitar since August of 2012. I have picked up much faster than I ever thought I would, and I love seeing others learn as well. I have a blast seeing people progress, but I am also in need of some money at the moment with being a college student. I try and keep things as cheap as I can and I will most definitely use every minute of each lesson to help progress the students further along. I'm all about having fun during this time, no pressure at all. I'm here to teach, help, and encourage!
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Nate Wood January 18, 2016
Acoustic Guitar · In studio
Verified Student
Wes was a great instructor. He was very personable and easy to talk to. He was patient but also instructive. The lesson was challenging but Wes did a great job of walking me through each step. Highly recommend Wes!
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Jeremy D. January 11, 2016
Guitar · In studio
Verified Student
Wes was very patient with his brand new student, and gave him homework which we really appreciated. We're looking forward to our next lesson!
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Komivi R. October 19, 2015
Acoustic Guitar · In studio
Verified Student
I enjoyed my first lesson.
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Wes C.

Wes C.

Kernersville, NC 27284
(14)
starting at
$15 / 30-min

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