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Teaching since 1977
Music Major from Southern California College
Piano technic, reading music, and learning to express your self on the piano....all of this will be taught in a fun but challenging way
My love of music started at the young age of 6 with piano lessons. My parents always said, "piano lessons were the best investment they ever made." Because of their investment it took me through my growing up years playing piano and singing at church and school then into college with a music major.
Speaks Russian, English
Teaches students 9 and up
Teaching since 2014
From Renaissance to Beatles.
Trained and educated (MM) in Russia and USA, over 20 years experience in teaching. Individual approach to the course development based on student personality, goals, skills. Major instruments are piano, classical guitar, accordion. Student must have own instrument and desire to learn! *** L
Speaks American English
Teaching since 2000
Teaches students 7 and up
Darrell C.Book Now
Learning or improving skills and knowledge of basic music theory including music and rhythmic notation and dictation, its history and development, keys, scales, intervals and the spelling of chord types, harmonic progression, basic ear training and sight-singing.
For twenty years Darrell has been a professional music educator is one of the top piping instructors in Southern California. Currently, Darrell is a full-time performer, instructor, open class solo competitor, Western United States Pipe Band Association competition adjudicator, and holds a BA in Mu
Speaks English,, Armenian, Russian
Teaches students 6 to 70
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Making music an important part of life
Anahit is accomplished pianist and highly experienced piano teacher. She has over 30 years of successful teaching experience with children and adults and over 40 years of performing experience in classical music. This includes numerous solo piano performances in Russia, Armenia, Poland and USA. Sh
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Teaching since 1993
Teaches students 8 to 75
As an accomplished professional musician and teacher, I understand the musical journey. I have been teaching students ranging in ages from 7 to 91(!) for many years, from beginners to professionals. and tailor my lessons to each individual. I believe it is about the journey and enjoying the process. I include context in my teaching, giving a more holistic approach to art and music. I believe the study of music will enrich your life in many ways and that music can become a friend for life.
After all these years of playing and thousands of gigs In many genres, I still remember why I started playing in the first place. The excitement and joy of playing and exploring music should last and I strive to impart that in lessons. Of course, you need to know how to work the machine and I teach
Bob is a talented, accomplished performer who shares his in-depth professional experience and broad knowledge of music history and culture to educate and motivate. During lessons, Bob has been known to relay stories from classical-era musicians’ lives, play passages from 1930s to current jazz musicians, and impart lessons from his own performance experiences. I'm so often amazed that he has yet another fascinating example or story to illuminate a topic and provide new understanding of a concept.
Bob is a learner-centric teacher who provides creative, deliberate plans and steps to move forward, but will change course if needed to enhance success. Since I started the saxophone later in life, he often mentions the “unique strengths of adult learners” and relates adult life-knowledge to learning musical concepts. Additionally, I have long struggled with confidence in music-making and Bob has come up with creative solutions to help me overcome my own “getting in the way” of music making while keeping me on task. Along the way he has been understanding, kind, and supremely patient while working through this challenge with me.
Bob brings a keen intellect, good sense of humor, and a relaxed and fun teaching style to his lessons. I feel fortunate to have an expert and steadfast guide who encourages me to explore and have fun with music while helping me gain knowledge and skills. Do yourself a favor and call Bob to guide you on your own musical journey.
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate
Master's in Vocal Performance from Roosevelt University
Teaching since 2019
Lizzy S.Book Now
My mission in life is to share my love for music with others through education and performance. In my opinion, music displays the human experience, and connection through music is one of the greatest gifts we have as human. I look forward to nurturing my students' talents and gifts so that they can share to the best of their abilities.
Lyric Soprano Lizzy's "joy is infectious. Her ability to feed the energy of the players around her is a gift." A native of the Midwest, she was involved in professional community choirs and musical theatre productions from the age of 7. She then went on to Loras College, where she double-majored in
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