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Gabriel H.

Milwaukee, WI

Learn the basics up to Chopin and fugues.

About Gabriel

I graduated with a BA in jazz studies from Columbia in 2007 and have been teaching since 2005. I have played in many different projects, covering many styles including Rock, Jazz, Latin, Hip hop, classical, orchestral, and country. So, I have a strong understanding on the specifics of each of these styles, and a big part of my lesson plan is to teach my students to be as versatile as possible. Hence they have many options as far as playing music. I also play a wide variety of instruments including Piano, Latin Percussion, Mallets, Drum set, Guitar, and bass, so if at any point a student has
an interest in trying something different t they have many options.

*** Lesson Details ***
Gabriel has been drumming professionally for nearly a decade, and teaching for seven years. In 2007 Gabriel received his BA in Jazz Studies/percussion performance from Columbia college Chicago, where he studied Drumset with Chicago legend Tom Hipskind, conga virtuoso's Rubin Alverez, and Giovanni Hildalgo, and studio vibraphonist Rick Embach. Gabriel has a high success rate with his students including the winner of the "Heat Strokes" drum competition 2007, Joey Handley. Gabriel's method of teaching is relaxed, yet enthusiastic he strives for making even the most complex musical ideas as simple as possible, and overall making learning fun.

*** Studio Equipment ***
Music, Music Stands, Acoustic Piano, Keyboard, Fender Rhodes, Drum Set, Hand Drums, Guitars, Bass, metronome, amps, computer and more!

*** Travel Equipment ***
When teaching at a student's home I am able to bring: Music, Music Stand, Drum Sticks, Hand Drum, Guitar, Bass, Computer, metronome and more!

*** Specialties ***
I work out of various books for drums: Stick Control, Advanced Bop Drumming, A Funky Primer for The Rock Drummer, and also have an assortment of my own exercises and rudiments.


Matthew N. August 8, 2015
Bass Guitar · In studio
Verified Student
Gabriel's a great instructor!
Becky H. May 14, 2014
Makes lessons fun and educational for students!

Gabe is the kind of teacher who has a lot of knowledge and is able to pass it along to students in a fun and attainable way. He helps tailor lessons to the students interests while maintaining a focus of basic skills.
Becky H. January 10, 2014
Great teacher for learning basic to advanced skills!

Gabe is a great teacher to get students started learning their basic skills on piano, drums, guitar or bass. He is really patient and takes the time to make sure the student really learns each specific skill. Gabe picks out exercises that make learning new skills fun and even arranges the students favorite pop tunes to help fit in with the skills being taught. Gabe really makes lessons fun and helps students learn the songs that keep them excited about playing!!
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Gabriel H.

Gabriel H.

Milwaukee, WI 53212
starting at
$25 / 30-min

Lisa A.

West Bend, WI

Piano Adventures
Hal Leonard
many other piano book series

About Lisa

During the school year, I am offering discounted lessons between 9 AM and 3 PM. Contact me to discuss discounted rates.

Lisa studied Classical Piano under Ruth Jones for 13 years and under Audrejean Heydenburg at Spring Arbor University for 2 years. She studied Voice under Tamara Whitley for 6 years and under Charles Livesay at Spring Arbor University for 2 years. Lisa has been teaching Piano lessons for 10+ years and Voice lessons for nearly as long. She studied piano pedagogy and vocal music education at Spring Arbor University for 2 years. She then taught music at West Highl
and Christian Academy for K-12 students and Home School Band and Choir for upper elementary students. Along with teaching, Lisa leads worship at Bend City Church and has accompanied for several community plays and student scholarship events.

"I enjoy all kinds of music and really want to share my love of music with people of all ages. My goal is to get people excited to learn and expand their abilities through voice and piano and to prepare future performers and teachers as well."

*** Lesson Details ***
Lisa teaches all styles of voice including Classical, Italian, Jazz and Folk styles as well as Contemporary, Pop and Broadway. She incorporates the fundamentals into her every day teaching style and helps the student to grow in their technical ability through application in each song they study. Lisa teaches the student how to use their voice correctly as well as how to have good stage presence and performance ready ability.

Lisa teaches beginner piano students from age 5 through method books as well as more advanced students in either Classical styles or Contemporary styles. Some students have the desire to be concert pianists or to teach piano themselves, others just wish to play with a band or play songs which they can sing to. Both styles are valuable skills to learn. Lisa will discuss with the student which direction they would like to go and decide together what the student would like to learn.

You will receive a copy of Lisa's studio policy at your first lesson. You will be required to read over and sign this policy before lessons are to continue.

*** Studio Equipment ***
My home studio is in my apartment in a comfortable living room setting. Parents are welcome to wait and listen to the lesson or drop the student off.

*** Specialties ***
Classically trained Piano, Specialize currently in improvising with chord charts or lead sheets. Worship Music.

Voice lessons rely heavily on Broadway, and Show Tunes, but also include Classical, Italian, Latin, Folk Tunes, Classic Rock, Groups, Performance.


Elizabeth (Student) N. July 9, 2015
Broadway Singing · In studio
Verified Student
Lisa has been a wonderful help to my high school aged daughter she loves her lessons and looks forward to them every time.
Maia P. April 21, 2015
Piano · In home
Verified Student
I sat in the room while 5 year old Maia had her lesson with Lisa. Maia seemed relaxed and able to follow Lisa's instructions. I was really impressed with Lisa's approach to the lesson and feel lucky to have connected with her. Maia said she likes her teacher too and was able to show me what she learned in her first lesson! Looking forward to future lessons with Lisa!
Don S. January 24, 2015
Piano · In studio
Lisa's knowledge and patience is amazing.
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Lisa A.

Lisa A.

West Bend, WI 53095
starting at
$19 / 30-min

Dr. Anne R.

Milwaukee, WI

I have a passion for introducing students of all ages to the piano. Learning to read music and developing rhythmic accuracy can open the door to all kinds of music

About Dr. Anne

I recently completed my Doctoral Degree in Vocal Performance with an emphasis on vocal pedagogy from The Florida State University. In addition to vocal degrees from the Cincinnati Conservatory of Music and the North Carolina School of the Arts, I have over twenty years of teaching experience and a passion for helping students of all ages and aspirations to reach their music goals.

*** Lesson Details ***
I have a passion for teaching singers of all ages and experience levels. Every lesson includes a warm-up session with a focus on developing your breath, extending your range and improving
diction. Whether you are a beginner or have had previous training I can help you take your voice to the next level.

Students will be asked to purchase music as needed. I will provide warm-up exercises and additional resources, i.e. theory worksheets, solfeggio, sight reading drills, etc. My studio is a quiet and supportive place to develop your voice and musicianship.

*** Studio Equipment ***
Music Stand

*** Travel Equipment ***
Student must provide piano or keyboard.

*** Specialties ***
Audition Prep
Vocal Coaching
Italian, French, German, Latin, and Hebrew repertoire.


Tes September 6, 2015
Singing · In studio
I took voice lessons from Ms. Richie for almost 5 years while she lived in Jacksonville, Florida. Her ability to listen and then focus on specific vocal issues allowed me to progress without the hoarseness I had experienced in the past. She is cognizant of the vocal problems, and potential issues, associated with young singers and the aging singer - And with her background in vocal pedagogy she is able to teach the singer to sing without "forcing" the voice. She is an excellent teacher of Italian and Latin and with her help and guidance I now understand how to approach the singing of both. Vowels and "open space" now come easily to me because of the exercises I was taught. I highly recommend her as a vocal coach and I am sad she has moved from my area.
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Dr. Anne R.

Dr. Anne R.

Milwaukee, WI 53219
starting at
$32 / 30-min

Paul N.

Milwaukee, WI

Learn note reading, your favorite songs, chords, and more.

Proper finger technique, scales, and ear training for students who want it.

About Paul

***My goal as a teacher***

I try to teach what the students are interested in and make it fun and interesting so that they learn the lessons and their favorite songs. Every student is different and needs to be taught in a way that makes learning easy and fun for them.

I have a passion for all people and all ages and am blessed to be able to teach from the very young, (ages 2-5 Kindermusik lessons) to teens and adults.....all the way to senior citizens. I've had many older students all the way up to a 93 year old gentleman who is taking singing lessons and asked me to put music to his l
yrics. We have recorded over 50 songs together.


I started playing trumpet in 5th grade and knew that music was for me. I also liked playing with drums and piano also because they seemed exciting. I've competed in WSMA (Wisconsin School Music Assoc.) for many years which taught me a lot about performing for judges, being relaxed, and the importance of preparation.

I started playing the guitar and bass guitar when I was 13 and have never stopped practicing and performing since. I also have done a lot of writing, recording, producing, and have a Pro Tools Studio for students to use.

***College and Teaching***

I began teaching music lessons in college and enjoyed it very much. I received my B.A. in Music from the University of Wisconsin, Stevens Point. There I was very much involved with guitar, piano, voice, trumpet, and being in bands and writing music. After receiving my B.A. I also took 3 years of Education classes at the University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee. I write, produce, and perform my music along with performing with bands around the Midwest.

***Life in Music***

After receiving my B.A. in Music, I continued teaching and opened up my home studio. After a year and a half I had enough students that I was able to quit my factory job and teach music full time. I've been teaching, performing, and writing music ever since.

***Performing and more***

I have been on stage performing music since I was 11. In school band, marching band, competing in music competitions, and in bands touring the Midwest.

I have recorded many CDs with bands and on my own. My most ambitious project was a CD of my original music called, "Girls". I've performed my music and promoted it by being interviewed on Milwaukee radio stations along with internet music sites such as CD Baby. It is very exciting talking on live radio about my music and my passion. It is also even more exciting, and scary, playing my music live on the radio, lol.

***Instruments Taught***

I have been teaching for over 2 decades. Students take lessons for:
* guitar (electric / acoustic)
* piano
* voice
* drums
* trumpet
* saxophone
* harmonica
* music theory / ear training
* studio recording / songwriting

I also give kindermusik lessons to 2-5 year old all the way up to senior citizens 70-93. I play parties, concerts, and Nursing Home performances.

I am experienced as an online (Skype) instructor, and I have taught online lessons worldwide. I've witnessed great results from my online students (both national and international).

I hope I can help you with all of your musical goals and get you going in a positive musical direction.



Dennis Phifer June 15, 2015
Drum · In home
Verified Student
Angelica G. May 14, 2015
Singing · In home
Verified Student
Good teacher and knows his stuff, but is too talkative and condescending. Lessons were interrupted by lectures to me on "life" and got off topic for several minutes (before I knew it the lessons were done because the lectures cut into our practice time). No real structure or lesson plan, just told me "the student is the boss and you decide where the lesson goes." Most teachers have a plan, structure, or goal for the student, at least by the 2nd lesson but not in this case. Also charged me for a cheap binder with music notes in it when I was done with the 1st lesson (which i would think is included in the price) and said it was optional, when in reality, I needed it to practice. If his lessons had more direction and he was more friendly, he would be a great teacher, but he was not for me.
Robert K. April 26, 2015
Piano · In studio
Paul is a very patient and persevering teacher, he is particularly adept with the reluctant or difficult child, he never stops being encouraging and is dedicated to instilling knowledge to the child. I've had a very good experience with Paul and feel my child has gained some valuable musical knowledge at a young age which will become increasingly useful as time goes by.
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Paul N.

Paul N.

Milwaukee, WI 53227
starting at
$25 / 30-min

Zosia H.

Milwaukee, WI

I started teaching piano three years ago; a background in theory and piano studies has prepared me to give my students an all-inclusive education in piano skills. I give all of my students a strong grounding in piano fundamentals, proper technique and basic music theory; I will also let them determine which style of music they would most like to learn, and will then craft the lessons around their choice and personal style.

About Zosia

I was born in Chicago, and have been living in Milwaukee for the past year while finishing a degree in Music History at UW-Milwaukee. I studied piano for fourteen years and have recently resumed study for the purpose of my degree, and I am fluent in both fundamental classical and jazz piano. I studied voice at the high school and college level, have been in a number of professional performing choirs, and was recently an ensemble member in UW-Milwaukee and Milwaukee Opera Theatre's production of L'Enfant et Les Sortileges. I am well-versed in music theory, as its study is part of my degree. I a
lso have a solid musical theater background, both as an actress and an accompanist. Outside of school, I perform in the Milwaukee Irish traditional music circuit, and am an independent folk/blues performer.

PLEASE NOTE: I will be completing the background check within the next two weeks for financial reasons. I would also love to teach special needs students, but, as I have no training in that area, I don't feel qualified to do so.
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Zosia H.

Zosia H.

Milwaukee, WI 53211
starting at
$20 / 30-min

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