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Jocelyne E.

Riverside, CA
Starting at $30
  • Speaks Spanish, English
  • Teaches students 5 and up
  • Music from Cal State University of San Bernardino
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Jocelyne E.

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Hello! Need help on your theory homework or want to learn music theory to help with your instrument, reading, musicianship, etc. Then look no further. I make sure that my students know the foundation and can relate it to their instrument or their field of music. I tailor my lessons to each individual student to make sure they understand, retain the material, related it to real-life situations, and make it fun and engaging. Let's get started!

About Jocelyne

I'm a trumpeter that recently graduated from CSUSB with a Bachelor's of Music with two minors in Jazz Studies and Comercial Music. I have taught private lessons, groups, been a teacher assistant, and currently, I work with an after-school program that brings music, art, and sciences to elementary a

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Lisa F.

2 Reviews
Claremont, CA
Starting at $65
  • Teaching since 1986
  • Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
  • Teaches students 7 to 70
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Lisa F.

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About Lisa

Hi! I have been teaching for 30 years, all ages and levels. I have worked with advanced students and slow learners. Several of my students have gone on to be music majors in college, others learn for pure enjoyment. I look forward to working with you so you can meet your own piano learning goals.

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Manu
Lisa has been a fantastic teacher for our daughter. She is encouraging and supportive, but at the same time has high standards, which is exactly what we were looking for. We particularly enjoy the performance classes she holds at her studio (paused during the pandemic), where we regularly get to hear how well all her students play and the students can encourage each other. We definitely highly recommend her!
Paul
Lisa has been a great teacher for our two kids. She taught them all the way through passing Level 10 with honors in the MTAC program. Our kids were always appreciative that she gave them the freedom in what pieces to learn when choosing among Baroque, Classical, Romantic and Modern pieces. I would highly recommend her.
Mark S. Mendez
Ms. Lisa Friedman is an excellent teacher. Her students are always well prepared and perform beautifully. She is a very patient and enjoys working with all of her students. She has a great personality which her student love. 🎶

Christopher M.

48 Reviews
Rancho Cucamonga, CA
Starting at $25
  • Speaks English only
  • Teaching since 2008
  • Teaches students 8 to 70
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Christopher M.

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Learn how music works and take the mystery out of music! The different scales, chords, modes and arpeggios. How the are made, how they work together and how they are all related! Learn how to super impose over any chord and what scale is right for every chord! Unlock your instrument and take out the guess work so you are free to create!

About Christopher

My name is Chris and I am a professional guitar player. I have been teaching sense 2008 now and sharing the joy of music with others has become a passion of mine. I started playing the piano at the age of five, the trumpet at nine and the guitar at thirteen. Over the years I have also learned to

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Charles F.
Chris is the perfect teacher for what i need, he knows his craft and is a straight shooter and he,s a nice guy.
Dianna S.
I was apprehensive in the beginning for my first in person ukulele lesson. I didn’t want to feel stupid or be a slow learner. But Chris Immediately made me feel comfortable and by the end of the lesson I felt I had made a friend. He is so knowledgeable and walked me through at my pace. After watching endless hours of YouTube ukulele videos, I finally understood the concepts with Chris’s help. Can’t wait till my next lesson with him.
Laura R.
Amazing teacher! I would definitely recommend him to anyone looking to improve with their instrument. Lessons are fun and based on what you want to learn. I'm lucky to have him as a teacher!

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Gretchen H.

1 Review
Teaches Online
Starting at $34
  • Speaks German, English
  • Vocal Performance and Music History, B.A. from Keene State College
  • Awarded Musical Appreciation from Sons of the American Revolution
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Gretchen H.

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Beginner level music theory of the staff, intervals, chords, key signatures, chord progressions, and more advanced material.

About Gretchen

My name is Gretchen. I am a classically trained soprano. I have been singing for over 20 years. I hold a B.A. in Music from Keene State College and I am currently training to become a board certified music therapist. The way I have succeeded in lessons and my teaching philosophy is a holistic metho

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A talented, patient teacher, Gretchen epitomizes the best qualities for musical instruction. Her technical knowledge of music theory is by far the most complete and deepest of anyone I have encountered. She has encouraged the gradual emerging of a latent talent talent I never knew I had as I was always discouraged from attempting any musical education.
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Dee F.

54 Reviews
Teaches Online
Starting at $25
  • Speaks Spanish, English
  • Bachelor of Music Education from Montana State University
  • Awarded OUTSTANDING EDUCATOR from Marquis Edition, Who's Who of American Women, 2006
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Dee F.

54 Reviews
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I have taught theory at the college level for 14 years (University of Montana, Western) and high school music students for 20 years. Currently incorporate theory in all my music classes at Flathead Valley Community College where I teach in Montana. I am an accomplished composer having published over 200 works. Lessons tailored to student goals. Have fun in lessons with me!

About Dee

I have been a private studio teacher of piano, guitar, voice, violin, mandolin for over 30 years. I have taught band, orchestra, and choir in public schools for over 20 years, which enables me to teach many instruments and voice. I hold an ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE ENDORSEMENT, K-12, from Univer

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Raghav G.
She explained everything so great and took the time to needle out my mistakes
Kabura
really helpful, works with you to become great
Katie
Great!

John G.

20 Reviews
Teaches Online
Starting at $42
  • Speaks English, Spanish
  • Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
  • Awarded Ashtabula Area Orchestra Concerto Competition Winner from Ashtabula Area Orchestra and Ashtabula Chamber of Commerce, Ashtabula, Ohio
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John G.

20 Reviews
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High School and College Level Music Theory for all instrumentalists, Song Writers and Arrangers

About John

I am a 38 year old professional musician, and music and tennis Instructor. I teach Trumpet, French Horn, singing and tennis. I have 25 years experience playing trumpet, French Horn and Singing and play in several groups around the San Diego area including: Filarmonica Portuguesa Uniao De San Di

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Penelope M.
John really does well with Penny and Julie.
Julie M.
Kids loved him.
Max M.
John works with 12 year old Max very nicely.

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Average Cost of Music Theory Lessons in Grand Terrace, CA

The average cost of 60-minute music theory lessons in Grand Terrace is $66. While the exact cost will vary depending on the teacher, type of lesson, and location, you should expect to spend between $30 and $300 per hour.
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"I had never written music before IN MY LIFE! And I was so nervous! But Taylor was so AMAZING!! She explained the basics of music theory and harmony in a way that was easy for me to understand! And with her help, I was able to write some beautiful piano solos!! She also helped me figure out how to record them so I could record them with my friends and post my solos online. They are so good!!! :D And I am so proud of myself!!!! I highly recommend Taylor!! She was so helpful and nice and sooooo funny!! I'm so glad I got to work with her and I will definitely come back again! Thanks TayTay!!!!!"
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"Devin is so personable and easy-going! He was prepared for our lessons and helped me better understand the material. He's the best!"
Vanessa
Took Music Theory lessons from Devin A.
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"I worked with Madeline while I was taking my music theory classes and she was great at helping me simplify and understand the content. She worked well with people at all different levels and always had these small tricks to make things easier."
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Took Music Theory lessons from Madeline H.
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"Working with Emily at the Ithaca College Summer Music Academy this past summer showed me her excellent teaching, leadership, and musicianship. I was able to attend multiple concerts in which Emily performed incredible music on a variety of wind instruments, as well as learn about the music theory class she was teaching on pop music. In the class she analyzed the music of artists such as Rihanna, Sia, and Lady Gaga, giving value to all types of music and relating to the high school students with music they enjoy. Emily is an inspiring musician, teacher, and friend who I would trust in any situation."
Adam
Took Music Theory lessons from Emily P.
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"Awesome instructor, always gives good details and very helpful!"
Keidy
Took Music Theory lessons from David W.
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"Richie is a thoughtful and flexible instructor"
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Took Music Theory lessons from Richard D.
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"Hi Ms Bethany, this is Sheenu(Gia & Dia's mom). I was just confused after the class coz I had signed them both for singing lessons not theory lessons. But as far as I know you gave a great class on the basics of theory, which was wonderful. Thank you so much for your excellent class. Please let me know if I need to do anything more to change it to singing lessons.
Thank you!!

Kind regards,
Sheenu."
Gia
Took Music Theory lessons from Bethany R.
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"Peter is an incredible instructor. His breadth of knowledge and understanding is unparalleled to that of anyone I have ever encountered. He is patient, and kind and genuine all around good guy. I enjoy working with him."
Reggie
Took Music Theory lessons from Peter V.
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"I’m a 50+ year old that’s been working with Summer for three years studying music theory. She is a talented musician and passionate educator that has helped me advance my knowledge in ways that I never thought possible."
Laura
Took Music Theory lessons from Summer L.
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"What a patient, knowledgeable teacher. I really forward to a music journey with him."
Robert
Took Music Theory lessons from Kory I.
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