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Grace P.

Duluth, GA

About Grace

I am a Recording Artist who has worked on numerous projects including 2 of my own albums. I've been singing since 1986, graduated from Biola University, CA with a BACE degree (Education) then went on to Musician's Institute in Hollywood, CA attending their vocal program and I graduated with vocational Honor. I've been teaching since 1997, doing both private and group lessons. I am very good with explaining and working with you to find your voice - how to use them correctly and comfortably. I also have been involved in Church music - Worship and Praise. My passion is to teach people how to sing so that they can be happier! :-) I am bilingual (Korean), and have a 9 year old daughter. My studio is located on Summit Ridge Dr. in Duluth, GA. *** Lesson Details *** I ...

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Minseung K. June 7, 2013
Singing
Great teacher.

Easy to learn even if you're a beginner.
You learn to have fun performing.
Teacher has great examples that help you understand fast.
She uses time efficiently.
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Tony K. June 7, 2013
Speaking Voice
Great teacher with passion and love

Grace Park
She's not a ordinary music teacher.
She will teach you music and life.
She will be your teacher, counselor, and your friend.
From her I learned how to tell my stories with music.
You will never regret having her in part of your life.
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mingu C. June 7, 2013
Singing
She is um.... good teacher

she is really good vocal trainer and cool trainer.
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Kyungee M.

Duluth, GA

About Kyungee

I have been first trained as a professional opera singer as a child in Korea. For many years, I have performed on stage. When I came to America, I have continued to pursue education in voice (and piano) at Troy University and at Baptist College of Florida while seeking other degrees. In addition to my main focus on vocal training, I am professionally trained to play instruments such as piano, guitar, flute, and violin. I have learned to play piano and guitar to initially accompany my own singing, but I have continued to study these instruments to this day. I have been a main church pianist, wedding pianist, collaboration pianist, and etc. For flute and violin, I have been a member of ensemble groups and orchestra (and symphonic band) and performed on various occasions. These ...

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Arulanandan S. April 16, 2015
Guitar · In studio
Verified Student
Miss Kyungee was a caring teacher for my daaughter.
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Ivan V. February 12, 2015
Piano · In studio
Verified Student
Great teacher! My son really enjoys his lessons with Kyungee so much that he has been with her for over 5 months and still going strong!
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Ivan V. July 2, 2013
Piano
Verified Student
My grandson's best piano teacher

My grandson loves Mrs. Kyungee style of teaching. She is nice and knowledgeable, inspiring, and friendly. She is the right person to teach my grandson. Her passion for music is contagious. She inspires confidence and hard work which is the road to success.
Her daughter is her legacy. At the end of the my grandson's first piano lesson her daughter was gracious to play for us. Her performance was so impressive that it brought tears to my eyes.
I want to thank both of them from the bottom of my heart!
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Scott S.

Duluth, GA

About Scott

Scott S. I started playing guitar while in high school. Then, I furthered my studies in guitar at the Atlanta Institute of Music (2 Years) and Georgia Perimeter College (2 Years) where I studied Music Theory and Jazz. It was during these few years when I played in several rock, Bluegrass and Jazz improvisational bands, that played out regularly in Metro-Atlanta. I have also run several "Open Mic Nights" in several restaurants and bars. I have studied with Trey Wright at Kennesaw State University and recently graduated with a B.A. in Jazz Guitar (Summer 2011), with a concentration in Jazz Performance. While at Kennesaw State, I spent 3 years performing in the KSU Jazz Ensemble, Jazz Guitar Ensemble, and Jazz Combo Bands. I have been teaching guitar and music since 1999. I have had ...

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Steve N. April 13, 2014
Mandolin
Verified Student
Highly recommended teacher

I am in my mid-30s and picking up Mandolin for the first time without much background in music. Scott has been really great to learn from, teaching me not only the basics of scales and chords but he also has me working on songs and solos which I never thought I'd be able to do so early. I would highly recommend Scott.
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Ana S. April 6, 2014
Guitar
Verified Student
Amazing teacher

My son has been taking guitar lessons from Scott for the last year. Scott has been amazing with him. Scott finds music that challenges and teaches my son while keeping his attention. My son loves the lesson each week. He looks forward to it. Scott has become more than a Guitar Teacher he has become a family friend.
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Steve F.

Lawrenceville, GA

About Steve

Steve was born in Joliet, IL and at the young age of 10, he discovered his love of music. A music program for his class with “live” musicians playing real instruments ignited his life long vocation. From that day to this, his fascination with music has only gotten stronger. After 5 years of accordion lessons Steve began to take an interest in the guitar and started taking lessons. Through the years Steve has not only developed a love for the guitar, but the love of teaching the guitar. At 22, he got into his first road band and spent the next 8 years playing concerts sharing the stage with many of the great “name” bands on tour as well. Bands such as Blood, Sweat & Tears, Sugarloaf and Iron Butterfly are just a few to mention. When he came off the road Steve and his brother opened a ...

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Jason B. September 24, 2014
Guitar · In home
Verified Student
Steve has been patient and professional. Always on time and with his lessons I am constantly improving!
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Sara T.

Buford, GA

About Sara

I have been playing piano and violin for 14 years. During that time I have had the opportunity to play first violin with the Erie Junior Phil Harmonic and also in their various string ensembles. I preformed and studied with them for seven years, four of those spent in the main orchestra. I performed violin alongside with the Erie Phil Harmonic three separate times and also the Pittsburgh Youth Symphony. I have also performed violin in the district and regional orchestra for two years and played in the pit orchestra for community theater. I have accompanied on the piano for several choirs, including a local high school and two churches where I was employed as Director of Music. I have always loved music and teaching just came naturally. In my opinion, music is a part of everyone and ...

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