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Jenny comes from a very musical family and started piano when she was five years old. She grew up constantly listening to her father practicing his guitar and brother practicing violin. Since then, her accomplishments include an Honorable Mention at the Korea Times Youth Music Competition. She has performed in two solo recitals and has performed biannually with the Beverly Hills Chamber Orchestra. Jenny has participated in the Frederic Chopin Felix Mendelssohn Minifest 2005 and has regularly performed at the Colburn School of Performing Arts from 2003 - 2008. Jenny was also a part of the Goldcoast Chamber Music Festival and was awarded the second prize at the Chamber Music Walker Competition. She has excellent communication skills and has worked as an assistant to the Program Coordinator at Montecito Summer Music Festival while al
Jenny started teaching neighborhood kids while she was in high school and has continued to inspire her students throughout her academic studies. She strives to make every lesson different, tailored to individual student’s needs, whether he or she is a beginning toddler or in need of advanced technique.
Jenny has always had a passion for the performing arts. During her years at USC, she discovered Latin dancing. She has performed, choreographed, and taught for USC's Latin dance team Break On 2 and is still involved. She has participated and performed at numerous salsa and bachata festivals/congresses.
*** Lesson Details ***
As a teacher, I try to make music learning as fun and well-rounded as possible. Every student is unique, and I try my best to accommodate every individual's needs. I encourage students to always ask questions, no matter how silly it might sound, and to trust me to help you achieve your goals. I encourage students to tell me their favorite songs and genre of music and use the knowledge to help keep them motivated, to remind them that learning is fun.
For all ages and levels, I prefer to incorporate music theory as part of the learning process. It allows the student to see the how and why, to not only feel music but also understand it. If your goal is primarily playing oriented, I will, of course, adjust my teaching style to fit your needs.
I learn something new from every student, love seeing my students improve and gain confidence in themselves. I ask that students come with an open mind and be prepared to make mistakes because no piece is perfect and neither are lessons. Lessons give you the opportunity to make mistakes without judgement. You can trust me to always have a positive attitude, it is OK to make mistakes, but practice to play better, and enjoy the feedback to see yourself improve! Learning piano does not happen in a few lessons and is a lifelong rewarding process. I hope to see you treat music with respect, so let's make beautiful music together!
I also provide choreography for wedding dances (couples, father/daughter). My main focus is on the social aspect of Latin dancing, such as salsa, bachata, merengue, and cha cha. Thus, I will only take students who are able to go out dancing to studios, restaurants, and clubs, meaning 18+ individuals or groups. Every week, I will provide new, cool, and stimulating choreography that supplements technique while developing your own unique style. I love to see my students out on the dance floor, implementing moves learned and having fun! Dancing is a healthy, joyful activity. Get ready for a confidence boost and let's get your heart pumping!
*** Studio Equipment ***
Music - Upright piano and teaching/practice materials.
Dance - Music playing device, carpet.
*** Travel Equipment ***
Music - Student should have a keyboard or piano and practice related materials. Dance - Ladies should have secure, comfortable heels. Gentlemen should wear non-rubber soled shoes. Preferably wood or laminate floor. Carpet is ok but will have a harder time developing technique. Also should have some sort of stereo or speaker system, a computer is OK if it is loud.
*** Specialties ***
Piano: All Ages and All Levels. Classically trained. Encourage students to incorporate favorite songs/genres of music be it rock, pop, jazz, etc.
Dance: Wedding dances and Latin styles for social dancing, such as salsa, bachata, merengue, & cha-cha. Personal choreography based on routine moves augmented by current trends.
Tutoring: elementary to middle school subjects. study skills, hw help.
· Music Theory · In home
· Piano · In home
· Piano · In home
· Acting · In home
· Speaking Voice · In home
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She began tutoring 17 years ago (Spanish, French, Math and Science) while in High School and continued to do so intermittently throughout college while she was earning her degrees (B.S. in Mechanical Engineering with minor in Theater Arts form the New Jersey Institute of Technology and a M.S. in Industrial Engineering from the University of Pittsburgh) and after as a working professional.
Aside from tutoring Spanish, she has experience tutoring the following subjects:
Algebra - Geometry - Pre Calculus - Physics - Dynamics - Mechanics
She recently moved from Pittsburgh PA to Los Angeles in order to continue to
She splits her time between her family and working as an actress, working on her own productions (radio show and film) and independent films.
She loves working out, movies, cultural events and embracing diversity.
She also enjoys working with kids because it allows her to show them that there is so much more to an Engineer.
She is a former president of the Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers - Western Pennsylvania Chapter. Through this organization they were able to create opportunities for kids K-12 and college to experiment and learn about the different opportunities in the STEM field during Engineering-Week at the Carnegie Science Center.
· Spanish · In studio
I am a friendly, professional ESL teacher with lots of experience. I can help you make your English speaking, conversation, grammar, reading and writing better!
I have lots of experience. I have taught here in Los Angeles for 10 years. I also taught in San Diego, and in Tokyo, Japan for five years.
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Loyola University New Orleans
I graduated with B.A. and M.A. degrees in Philosophy and Literature from University of Buenos Aires in Argentina. After moving to U.S. over 20 years ago, I completed my M.B.A. with emphasis in Finance from Loyola University New Orleans College of Business. I love teaching kids and have been tutoring Spanish, ESL, Homework Help and Study Skills for the last 10 years. I have also home schooled students in Elementary and Middle School. I was an elementary and middle school Spanish teacher for the Louisiana public school systems and I currently teach several subjects at Halstrom Academy. I have taught Spanish to English speakers and English to Spanish speakers, which gives me a thorough understanding of both languages. My approach consists of adapting my tutoring technique to the child’s learning styles
In 2015, she moved to Los Angeles, CA and enrolled in Musicians Institute (Hollywood, CA) where she studied Vocal Performance and Audio Engineering. She's worked with Sebastian Krys (18 times Grammy Winner) Andres Torres (Latin Grammy Winner), Francci Richards (Grammy Nominated Songwriter), Brad Marrapodi (Sony BMG).
She has also worked on a full record for Sony BMG, producing, singing and writing with Alexei Misoul (BMI Award winner) at Sunset Sound Studios.
In 2018, she graduated in Audio Engineering at Musicians Institute. She is currently located in Los Angeles, California teaching, writing, producing and engineering for various artists.
· Vocal Training · In studio
Awesome teacher, great at shaping the classes around the student.
I recommend her to anyone who would like to get to the next level!
· Singing · Online
· Vocal Training · In home
You enjoy your lesson and time flies with everything you practice meanwhile! I recommend her a lot!
You'll see results!
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I am a mother of 6, Elementary school teacher, Visual Art teacher for 20 yrs, and I've always had a great passionate for cooking. I'm a professional cake designer and baker of old fashioned goodies and candies. I'm a "Sugar Angel" and bake custom cakes for terminally ill children.
I have always enjoyed teaching others of all ages. Let me help you explore your creative side and teach you how to perfect your skills. I'm available for children's parties, catering and private lessons, including pioneer cooking, homemade from scratch cooking, American cuisine, some international cuisine, candy making, cake decorating, pie baking. Let the joy of cooking begin!
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I have experience working with elementary-post graduate students. I work with these students to find their weaknesses and then overcome them. I help students feel confident about their abilities so that they are motivated to move forward.
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