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Experienced cello teacher of 30 years available for eager students of all experience levels and ages. I structure my lessons so students learn what they want to learn, while also building a strong foundation of classical skills. I welcome adult beginners and provide many playing opportunities throughout the year for my students.
EDUCATION My musical education began while sitting on my mother's lap as she taught piano lessons. I began studying cello with a member of the Kansas City Philharmonic at age 9, and at age ten, I followed in my mother's footsteps to play the flute. I played all three instruments, (piano, cello
Teaching since 1998
Teaches students 1 and up
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
All students have different learning process, I will observe your kid's character and will give the best approach to learn.
Piano and Voice Instructor, Yamaha, Diamond bar, CA, 2008~current Group piano Instructor, Yamaha, Diamond bar, CA, 2011~current Expert to teach Infant and Toddler Music Class Group Piano and Music Class Group Singing • Teach classical/pop piano repertoire to students, all ages, beginners
Speaks English, Russian
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate
BA in PIano Pedagogy and Performance Summa Cum Laude from Odessa State University of Music, Ukraine/Odessa State Conservatory
I offer preparation to the ABRSM (Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music) examinations.
I am a piano teacher, classically trained. I started my music education at the age of 7, at the Odessa College of Music in Ukraine. At age 16 I was accepted to the highly prestigious Odessa University of Music, where later I received my BA degree in Piano Pedagogy and Performance, Summa Cum Laude.
Speaks Italian, German, English, Albanian, Spanish, French
PhD Music Theory and Musicology (2015 expected) from University at Buffalo
Teaching since 1990
I am a dedicate teacher: my training and education allow me to work with every student.
I have an extensive training in "training" musicians: it doesn't matter if you are young or old, beginner or advanced, I will bring you to the next level. I am a pianist and a music theorist, I am a dedicated and successful teacher. I hold degrees from Conservatorio Santa Cecilia in Italy, Accadem
Teaching since 2009
Music Education from University of Kentucky
Teaches students 8 and up
Whether you want to ace the AP Music Theory Exam, or learn how to write your own sonatas, I am the man to teach you music theory! I'm a total music theory nerd, and can talk about it for hours. While music theory as a whole is a pretty complex subject, I can teach you tips and tricks to solidify your understanding. Both written and aural!
I am a professional composer for video games and film! I created the company, Moving Dimensions, in 2014 and have been producing and writing music for my own video games ever since. I've been writing music ever since I was old enough to hold a pencil. After 19 years of perfecting my craft, I wan
Teaches students 5 and up
Teaching since 2019
Bachelors in Music Education from University of Texas at El Paso
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Hello, my name is Caleb Ryan Tullius, I am a trumpeter and conductor and am in my second year of teaching at a high school in El Paso, Texas. I am a graduate of The University of Texas at El Paso where I graduated cum laude with a Bachelor's Degree in Music Education and am currently pursuing a Master's Degree in Performance in Conducting. While at UTEP I was Drum Major for the Marching Miners, studied abroad at the Domaine Forget Music Academy in Saint-Irenee, Quebec, Canada, and performed in several university ensembles including concert, mariachi, and jazz bands. I also toured for three summers with the Blue Knights Drum and Bugle Corps. I love to teach aspiring musicians at all levels and aim to spread the joy of learning music. Learning music should be a fun and challenging experience that I would be happy to assist you with.
Hello, my name is Caleb Ryan Tullius, I am a trumpeter and am in my second year of teaching at a high school in El Paso, Texas. I am a graduate of The University of Texas at El Paso where I graduated cum laude with a Bachelor's Degree in Music Education and am currently pursuing a Master's Degree i
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I have been taking weekly guitar lessons with Nick for nearly four months now and it has been all I hoped for and more. As a recent retiree and amateur musician one of my goals is to rapidly improve my novice guitar skills. I was looking for a teacher who would push me hard but was willing to work with the particular songs and musical questions that I might bring to him each week. I could not be more pleased. Nick is able to immediately bring his knowledge and experience to any material that I bring to a lesson and he uses it as the basis for a wide range of teaching moments – whether it be technique, harmony, or improvisational approach. What I didn't anticipate was the extent to which his holistic, listening (and singing) based approach to playing an instrument has challenged me. Nick is making me a better musician not just a better guitar player. (And it is very helpful that he types out notes on all that we discuss and sends an email following each lesson.)"
By Milton J. - Corona Singing Teacher
Are you interested in taking singing lessons in Corona? Look no further than The Circle City! My name is Milton Jackson, and I teach vocal lessons in Corona, CA. With a lively music scene for a well spread-out city and its proximity to world-class attractions, concert halls, amphitheaters, and arenas, there are quite a few places to go to both showcase your talents and be around fans of your favorite acts and artists.
Here are a few points of interest, local music hotspots, and performing organizations in Corona that may help you find wonderful resources to aid you in your singing lessons:
1) Music and Arts Center (http://stores.musicarts.com/corona) – This is our local Sam Ash-esque music shop to find a good selection of sheet
music, how-to books, and instruments. If you’re looking for a pitch pipe to accompany you in your singing lessons or a new song to learn with your new TakeLessons teacher, the Corona Music Center is a good place to start.
2) Live From Memphis Piano Bar (http://www.livefrommemphispianobar.com/) – This wonderful bar and restaurant feel like it was plucked from the streets of Memphis. Expect a wide variety of quality entertainment six days a week, from an all-request, sing-along dueling piano show to a headlining concert to a country band! Take a gander, as there’s a good chance you could find yourself performing there!
3) Rockefellas (http://rockefellasbar.com) - If you’re of age and enjoy the dive bar vibe, wonderful live bands strut their stuff on the Rockefellas stage. If you’re a frontman or woman of a band, this is a wonderful gig place for your shows to show off what you’ve learned in your lessons!
4) The Vibe (https://www.facebook.com/TheVibeBarAndGrill) – this Riverside hotspot for the college-age crowd near University of California, Riverside is a great place to discover local R&B, hip hop, pop, and rock talent. Head out for a Friday with your friends and you may find a new artist for collaboration in the future!
5) Fox Theatre and Riverside Municipal Auditorium (http://www.riversidelive.com) – These recently renovated venues are wonderful places to take in a musical or concert. Both theatres bring in top-tier performers, so make sure to check the calendar to see when your favorite show or artist is coming to town!
6) Circle City Chorale/Circle City Singers (http://circlecitychorale.org) - A relatively new choir founded in January 2010, the Circle City Chorale is comprised of singers 18+ from Corona and surrounding areas. They have performed at Corona's 4th of July parade & festivities at Santana Park, at the Empty Bowls fundraiser in Norco, Corona's Day of the Child event, Corona's Tree Lighting Ceremony, Riverside’s Festival of Lights event, and the tree lighting ceremony at Crossroads Church. They have grown in size, repertoire, and audience attendance at their seasonal shows every year, and are a wonderful group to showcase your love for singing!
Have fun finding new music to learn, watch, and love in Corona! Keep in mind that the best fitting teacher for your singing goals and daily practice will help you hit those goals in a timely and enjoyable manner. Enjoy your singing lessons in Corona!
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