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Speaks English, Korean, English, Korean
Awarded Annabelle Jones Rose Memorial Scholarship from Sacramento City College
A.A , B.M., M.M. from California State University of Sacramento
I have been teaching the guitar 10 years. I'm building a strong foundation of techniques.I specialize in Blues, classical &typically use MelBay books and also have the following to use the Sheet music.
In addition,I emphasize how to read a good sight reading.
I'm Esther, a very enthusiastic musician. I started out teaching myself piano and singing in a choir at the age of 9. I moved to the U.S. in 1992 and studied music for 10 years receiving my B.M. & M.M in music at California State University of Sacramento. I studied and trained with Claudia Kitka &
Teaching since 2012
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
Teaching since 2016
Teaches students 5 and up
I have devoted much of my life to music, and through MY decades’ worth of study in the jazz vernacular and wide knowledge of music from the past hundred years, hopes to be able to impart this same enthusiasm to his listeners and students.
I am a guitarist and composer from Seattle Washington. Beginning in 1995 I studied with Seattle musicians such as John Hanberry, Ev Stern and Milo Peterson. I have led and co-lead a number of different groups in Seattle performing at local clubs, weddings and bars ranging in styles including jazz, funk, swing and old time string music. Most notably I hosted the local Thursday night jazz jam session (2015-2017) and played double bass for the ‘20s jazz and Appalachian fiddle music band Porterbelly (2012-2020). In 2020, I moved to New York City to study at NYU.
I have devoted much of my life to music, and through MY decades’ worth of study in the jazz vernacular and wide knowledge of music from the past hundred years, hopes to be able to impart this
I am a guitarist and composer from Seattle Washington. Beginning in 1995 I studied with Seattle musicians such as John Hanberry, Ev Stern and Milo Peterson. I have led and co-lead a number of different groups in Seattle performing at local clubs, weddings and bars ranging in styles including jazz, f
Speaks English, Spanish
Teaches students 8 and up
Awarded Magna Cum Laude Bachelor of Science from Berklee College of Music
⭐️Relaxation Based, Wholistic Voice Lessons ⭐️Using my therapeutic Relaxation-First Method, your proper vocal technique will be taught using guided relaxation. This will guarantee total vocal control, heal vocal damage, and keep you singing healthily for the rest of your life.
I am dedicated to nurturing the differences in each students voice, and through my tension-releasing approach my students learn to use their instrument effortlessly. This means that the student will be able to sing any style of music they want! Since no style is actually harder or easier than another, we can master them all when the malleability of the human voice is fully understood and used as a tool.
~ ~ Understand Your Instrument Completely, Express Yourself Effortlessly ~ ~
Together we will eliminate tension, strain and pain from the singing experience. The comfort and ease gained through Relaxation-First singing is key to healthily mastering these core skills which will be the main focus of our first ...
Hi again, I’m Orla :) Welcome to your completely stress-free creative space! Here exploration is highly encouraged, and positive reinforcement is the main method of guidance. There is no wrong way to the right answer in my classroom! : : My Background : : ~ Berklee College of Music, Bach
Speaks Japanese, Spanish, English
Awarded 3rd Soprano in Western Mass from Westfield City
Teaching since 2005
I teach different kind of musical genres from opera to Japanese to Spanish. With experience in teaching both teaching classical and modern styles the student will get the most of out the genre that he/she wants to pursue or wants to learn!
For student's interested in coming to my Teacher's studio or online lessons you get a copy of your lesson so you can see yourself improving and a free copy of my warm-up CD!
I have been singing and studying voice for over 23 years since I was a child! I hold a Bachelors from Musicians Institute and other accomplished degrees from American Musical Dramatic Academy to conclude my quest for vocal excellence and the ability to sing in multiple languages ( English, Spanish,
Speaks Chinese, English
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Teaching since 2018
I was double majoring piano and cello performance at National University of Singapore, Yong Siew Toh Conservatory of Music receiving full scholarship for my bachelor degree, I started teaching since then. After accepted in Yale School of music, I continue my passion for teaching as secondary piano lesson instructor at Yale University, teaching Yale undergrads with passion for music.
I love sharing music thoughts with all ages of music lovers and all levels are welcome!
Nothing is more rewarding than seeing one of my students develop a passion for music! Therefore, it's important that each student progresses at his or her own pace. I emphasize the importance of basics therefore I usually spend more time developing a solid fundamental skillI that allows my students
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