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Speaks German, Italian, French, Croatian, English, Spanish
Awarded Most Effective Vocal Teacher from Torrance Theater Group
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
I've been studying and teaching songwriting for 7 years, and my students and I get excited when we develop a melody or lyric that rolls around in our head for days. The most important elements of a successful song are melody and lyric hooks that are remembered the very first time they are heard by an audience.. Within the first few lessons, you'll be able to explore your song ideas, and as time goes on you'll be able to create your own original songs. I love working with students of all ages and experience levels, and I can't wait to meet you!
I love teaching singing to all ages and all levels, including Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced, and Touring Professionals. I teach all styles of singing, including Pop, Musical Theater, Gospel, Classical, Rock, Jazz, Scat Singing, Belting, Country and Western, and Rap. I am a very high level
Speaks Russian, English, Georgian, Armenian
Teaching since 1997
Awarded MEAC Annual Panel Examination Evaluator from Music Evaluators Association of California
I've been teaching accompaniment and chamber music for over twenty years and have extensive experience with the subject. Within the first few lessons, you'll be able to achieve the basics of accompaniment and, as time goes on, you'll be able to progress in both your knowledge of accompaniment theory and practice.
With more than twenty-three years of professional teaching experience, Regina is able to offer her students a diverse range of educational resources. She specializes in teaching piano, performance, and music theory to students of all ages and levels. At the age of fifteen, Regina graduated with
Speaks Swedish, English
Associates of Arts in Vocal Performance/Independent Artistry from Musicians Institute
Teaches students 7 and up
Whether you are shooting for the Hollywood Bowl or the local karaoke bar, I am here to help you reach your goals! Together we will work towards gaining a better understanding of your voice and how breathing, placement and resonance affects your tone. Topics include, but are not limited to:
- Strengthen your upper, lower and middle register with a contemporary approach
- Get a better understanding of vocal technique and how it affects your voice (breathing, placement, resonance)
- Original and/or cover material
Having grown up with two teaching parents and a teaching sister, I think it was pretty clear what I was going to be when I grew up. After touring all over the world, having songs on TV and radio and being signed both as an artist and a songwriter, I have learned some amazing things and I love passi
Speaks Spanish, English
Teaching since 2017
We will explore the wonders of music theory and fully understand why music works the way it does. I'll also help you use this information to create really cool music of your own!
Hello! My name is Eunice and I am currently earning my Bachelor of Music (BM) in Classical voice performance. I love music because it isn't just about what you're singing or playing, it's about how you play it and what emotions you're getting across! I want to teach upcoming musicians not just how
Teaches students 8 and up
General Music Studies from Berklee College of Music Online
A warm and caring teacher who wants you to become a successful musician and works to create a classroom experience that is stimulating, encouraging, and adaptive to your needs and goals.
Corinthius is a multi-talented instrumentalist and string teacher. For 13 years, he has trained musicians of all levels in Classical, Rock, Pop, Folk, R&B, and many other styles of traditional and contemporary music. He received a Specialist Certificate in General Music studies from Berklee C
Speaks Spanish, German, Italian, French, English
Bachelor of Music: Vocal Performance from Concordia College Moorhead
Teaching since 2015
I've been studying music theory for six years, and I've been a music theory tutor for three years. I currently study music theory pedagogy at the Peabody Institute, and I am a graduate assistant for the music theory department.
Music theory is a mathematical approach to music, and can successfully be taught to every type of learner. I have experience teaching student just beginning, studying musical form, counterpoint, atonality, and ear training. Music theory can be abstract, but it improves the understanding and appreciation of music to a listener, composer, and performer.
Hello! I'm Madeline, and I'm a vocal director, vocal instructor, beginner-piano teacher, and music theory tutor. I love introducing students to new repertoire, showing them a different way of looking at concepts, and helping students realize how smart and talented they are. I want my students to fe
When lessons shifted from in-person to online due to COVID restrictions, Madeline helped to make the transition easy.
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I am a contemporary singer trying to improve my technique. Working with Ben has been great because he is so knowledgable and produces fast results. After hearing me sing for the first time he was already able to tell what I was doing wrong and what I could work on to fix it. I would recommend Ben to anyone who wants to improve their singing technique. He will help you to sing higher and longer without straining your voice. Thanks Ben!"
One of the most iconic sounds in music is the sound of a ukulele strumming patterns. It automatically conjures up in one’s mind scenes of a beach in Hawaii (which happens to be the title of an amazing Ukulele song by Ziggy Marley, but we’ll get to that) with its tiki huts, hula skirts, and lei. It’s most likely what brought you to want to learn the ukulele in first place. And this technique, strumming, is one of the first techniques you need to master in order to bring your Ukulele pla …
By Grant Hudson
How you hold your violin makes a huge difference in the way you sound. Below, violin teacher Julie P. shares some helpful tips on how to hold a violin properly... As a beginner violin student, you know that posture is very important when playing the violin. Since there aren’t any keys to push, every sound is created by forming precise angles with the violin and bow. Below are some tips on how to hold a violin properly and how to find the best posture to support your playing. 1. Sit o …
By Suzy S.
Many beginning musicians wonder, “Is cello hard to learn?” The process of learning the cello is not difficult, but it’s important to keep in mind that the cello is not an instrument of instant gratification. It does require focused, daily practice time and a good teacher to guide you along the way. How far you progress with cello is a direct result of the amount of quality time you put into practicing the instrument. Even someone who puts in just 30 minutes a day will notice a signi …
By Jessica Dais