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Kay S.

Avalon, WI

About Katherine (Kay)

Taught 41 years as a band director Principal Trumpet with Beloit/Janesville Symphony I like to teach in a style that is functional and interesting. Students will be doing a variety of activities at each lesson. The focus will be determined by their needs. As students become more proficient in music their enjoyment of musical activities will increase. The success of completing various levels of musical achievement will carry over to other lifetime skills. *** Lesson Details *** I will work with each student depending on their individual needs. We will strive to produce steady improvement in player proficiency. *** Travel Equipment *** Student should have a music stand and instrument *** Specialties *** I like to teach based on the individual. I have taught group and private ...

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Galina B.

Monroe, WI

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I am a Doctor of Musical Arts in Voice Performance and Prizewinner of The International Competition for Opera Singers. I understand the needs and desires of singers and have the experience and skills to help them fulfill their potential. For many years I was the lead soprano, and I had the opportunity to sing in many of the capitals of Eastern and Western Europe. This afforded me great opportunity to work with many talented singers and musicians. Also this brought positive musical talents to my candidacy: an international education, an excellent reputation gained while singing as soloist on the concert and operatic stage, a high level of expertise in languages, musicianship, and artistry.

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CIndy B.

Monroe, WI

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* autistic, differently-abled and developmentally-delayed students of all ages are welcome!

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Reed L.

Madison, WI

About Reed

I love helping people learn how to play guitar...it's that simple, I believe that if you truly want to know how to play, that it will become as easy as anything you've ever enjoyed! I like helping people enjoy themselves while learning! I've been playing acoustic and electric guitars for about 25 years, and I love to help teach people how to get started playing on their own. It's important for me to help clients figure out what they'd like to learn and where they're at currently as a starting point. One of my biggest goals is to teach people how to learn beyond just having me as a teacher, how to take it from there, and make it happen on their own.

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