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Awarded GRAMMY® Certificate from National Academy of Recording Arts and Scientces
Mathematics, Music as a Minor from UCLA (University of California, Los Angeles)
Teaching all levels, from beginning through advanced. I recommend adults to take one-hour lessons every other week. Children do better with half hour lessons every week. Ask about renting a harp!
Take harp lessons from an award winning harpist with GRAMMY® experience! Anne has some 30 years of performance and teaching background and would love to help you get started learning to play the harp, or help you continue on your harp adventures if you have had some previous lessons and experience.
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate
Teaching since 2015
My goal with each and every student is to make sure that you will be getting a healthy diet of music theory, guitar technique, and genre awareness that is coupled with a technology to make lessons easier to digest.
My custom lesson plans cater to anyone interested in:
- Learning and Playing Songs by Ear
- Reading Standard Nomenclature including tabs and sheet music
- Modern Guitar technique, like tapping, sweeping and legato
- Learning to Play WHILE you Sing
- Technology and its utilization
Perks working with me:
- 24 hour support on questions pertaining to guitar, lessons and gear.
- Never forget to practice! I require my students to send weekly videos of their progress before lessons begin.
- Weekly digest of guitar-centric music
- Learn some of the technology aspects of playing guitar
- Learn what its like to play for work
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Hello! My name is Anj, and my goal with every student is fun! My biggest priority when giving lessons, is making sure that you are enjoying the process. Not only will you be getting a healthy diet of music education and guitar technique but I also utilize technology to make lessons easier to d
B.S. Mechanical Engineering from California State University, Sacramento
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
I've taken private drum and piano lessons myself, which has given me a great understanding of all musical areas with a strong focus on rhythm. I've played a lot of different kinds of gigs in a lot of different locations and settings, including Spain and New York. I've been teaching since 2012. When I teach, I try to tailor my lessons to each individual student. If the student is willing to work hard to improve, I'm willing to work just as hard to keep the student improving.
Students will learn their favorite songs with music and by ear. Studio days are available to record the students performing the songs when ready and you get to keep the recordings to showcase your improvement!
Advanced students also welcome. I have challenges for everyone.
We can meet and talk in person before starting lessons to make sure it's a good fit. If you have any questions, feel free to ask :)
MUSIC: My first private lessons were on piano at 8 years of age with piano lessons, I learned about he basic fundamentals of music (scales, melodies, harmonies, rhythm, time and key signatures, accidentals, etc.). After discovering that rhythms were the most interesting to me, I decided to start dru
Teaches students 5 and up
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I am an experienced problem solver and creator. I have a passion for sharing my knowledge, and helping others. Looking forward to teaching people to create and solve any problem.
Speaks Spanish - sung, English - spoken, Italian, German, French
Bachelor of Arts Music from California State University, Los Angeles
Teaching since 2008
I love sharing my passion for music with all of my students - ages 5 through 72.
You can always recognize a skilled cellist. The music sounds smooth and graceful, the tone quality is lovely. Unskilled cellists just don’t sound the same. What’s the difference? Skill of course. The skill to play a very large instrument with relaxed hands and arms by using your core muscles to transfer your body weight through your arms and hands into the cello. Not every cello teacher knows how to teach that.
I believe that my unique combined musical and medical background makes me a better cello teacher. In addition to my graduate and undergraduate musical training and extensive musical experience, My knowledge of human anatomy and mechanics of how the body works can help you develop habits that will lead to the beautiful singing tone that’s makes the cello a favorite.
We will then build on those habits to develop good intonation, a lovely vibrato and a variety of bowing techniques ...
Your lessons are designed to help you develop the skills and confidence you need to successfully perform in public. I work hard to prepare your lessons and I ask my students to invest daily time working on skills studied at their lessons. Performing music requires the patient integration of multi
Speaks American Sign Language
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Elementary Education from University of Phoenix
Welcome! My name is Sheilah and I am excited to sign with you! In my classes, you will be exposed to Deaf culture and, of course, American Sign Language! I am proud to say that I grew up in the Deaf community and worked as an interpreter for many years; I now just focus on teaching ASL. In my classes, you can expect to be engaged with one another and encouraged. You’re learning a new language that belongs to an incredible community! That is something to be incredibly proud of! Plus, I’ve heard sign language comes in pretty “handy”.
My name is Sheilah and I am from Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. I grew up in the Deaf community and started church interpreting at 14, and started interpreting professionally at 18. I worked mainly in the educational setting; however, I also did my own freelancing and love to do musical interpretation. I
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