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Adam L.

East Falmouth, MA

About Adam

Hi and welcome to my page! I'll get straight to the point and provide you with a little bit of information about myself:

Adam is a professional clarinet player in several ensembles over the past ten years to include the 215th Army band, the Shiners' volunteer unit, multiple local musical orchestras as well as being the principal clarinetist in the UMass Symphony band for four years. Adam received a BA in music from the University of Massachusetts (Amherst). Adam has been teaching privately since 2008 and is a member of the Massachusetts Music Educators Association as well as the National M
usic Educators Association.

As you can see I have plenty of experience in the music field and love to share my passion and enthusiasm for music with everyone I meet. On our very first lesson l want you to teach ME about yourself! When did you start learning music/speaking English, what do you like to listen to and where would you like our lessons to take you? From there I design our lessons around your taste to give you the most in our time together.

I am willing to do hour long lessons by request only.
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HILTON April 12, 2016
Clarinet · In home
Verified Student
Adam is an excellent teacher. Has patience and goes with a speed that makes you feel comfortable and allows you to feel good. Explains so you have a full understanding of what you are doing.
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Adnan A. June 26, 2015
Clarinet · Online
Verified Student
Today was my third lesson with Adam, and I am happy with how things are going. Adam is doing the best I would expect from a clarinet teacher. He is enthusiastic, open for questions, responsive, knowledgeable, and a clear instructor. And all that for a good price.
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Adam L.

Adam L.

East Falmouth, MA 02536
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$20 / 30-min
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Bill B.

Brockton, MA

About Bill

I currently maintain a private studio in my home south of Boston.

If you want to play Classical Guitar the right way, with a great sound, proper technique and stylistic interpretations, I will help you achieve your goals.

All levels are welcome!

I served on the Guitar Faculty of The Boston Conservatory for 21 years (18 years as Chair) and also held faculty appointments at UMass Lowell, UMass Dartmouth, Bridgewater State University, Phillips Academy and Boston College.

Performances with the Boston Symphony Orchestra, Boston Lyric Opera, Boston Ballet, Boston Landmarks Orchestra, Bo
ston Philharmonic, Rhode Island Philharmonic, and the Portland, Chautauqua, New Hampshire, Vermont, Indian Hill, Nashua, Lexington and Cape Cod Symphony Orchestras.

I have recorded for Koch International, Arabesque, Neuma, Nepenthe, Arsis, Centaur and Albany Records.
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Rick January 27, 2016
Classical Guitar · In studio
Bill is the best teacher around. His extensive performance experience makes all the difference - he knows every tip, trick and nuance in the book that changes every piece from just a set of notes to a performance of color, grace and subtlety. His knowledge of the guitar repertoire never fails to amaze. And he's wonderfully patient with everyone - you don't have to play like Bream or Russell
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Bill B.

Bill B.

Brockton, MA 02301
(1)
starting at
$80 / 60-min
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Eileen W.

Hanover, MA

About Eileen

Hello! My name is Eileen and I am a music teacher and musician. I grew up on the South Shore and moved to New York City where I taught music and played the clarinet, mostly in classical settings like orchestras and chamber ensembles. My favorite way to make music is doubling on all clarinets, flute and sax in musical theater pits. I've played a lot of shows both in New York and here in Massachusetts.

As a public school music teacher, I play a lot of guitar and ukulele. I've started ukulele and guitar programs in both elementary and middle schools. These programs were recognized through gra
nts awarded by the College Board, Guitar Center, and the Fender Foundation.

I love making music with my students, friends and family. I've had the privilege of working with many wonderful musicians over the years and I look forward to growing my studio here in Hanover.
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Eileen W.

Eileen W.

Hanover, MA 02339
starting at
$35 / 30-min
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Bobby G.

Taunton, MA

About Bobby

I am a professional, classically trained vocalist in the Boston area who is offering voice, piano, and music theory lessons at a competitive price. I currently attend Bridgewater State University for Music Education and have completed seventy (70) college credits. Email me at rgariepy@bridgew.edu or text me at (508) 257-1990 to schedule your first lesson today! You can also find me online at www.southshorevoice.webs.com
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Jake September 20, 2016
Singing · In studio
Fantastic experience, very talented.
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Bobby G.

Bobby G.

Taunton, MA 02780
(1)
starting at
$20 / 30-min
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Gordon Z.

Plymouth, MA

About Gordon

Gordon has been teaching private lessons since 2016 and is currently available to teach lessons at Middle Street School of Music in Plymouth MA. Gordon has helped students grasp the basics of the instrument, and prepare for playing for an audience.

Gordon received his training at Middle Street School of Music starting in 2008, and is currently a Music Minor at Bridgewater State University. As an expert in his field, Gordon looks forward to helping new students achieve their goals. Gordon's teaching style is fun, relaxed, and flexible to his students' needs.
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Gordon Z.

Gordon Z.

Plymouth, MA 02360
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$25 / 30-min

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