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Speaks Spanish, English
Teaching since 2015
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate
Jocelyne E.Book Now
Hello! I'm Jocelyne and I am very excited to help you or your kids start their musical journey. I have played with different genres the main ones being mariachi, classical, and jazz. With my lessons, I focus a lot on foundation so my students have the building blocks to be successful and problem solve when I am not there. That includes technique, music theory, and musicianship. I am patient and I tailor my lessons for every individual to make sure my student is learning, engaged, and having fun. LET'S GET STARTED!
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
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Teaching since 1986
Teaches students 7 to 70
I am an MTAC piano teacher. I teach the Certificate of merit program, which includes repertoire. Theory, technique, sight-reading, and ear training. I teach piano performance, and my students have won many awards, including MTAC classical festivals, Bach festival, rhapsody piano competition, Musical Arts Competition of Orange County, CAPMT contemporary festival, and others. My teachers include: Nina Scolnik, dr. M'LOU Dietzer, and Margery Berger.
I look forward to hearing from you!
Lisa F., BA, MA, member MTAC
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. L
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Teaching since 1997
MDH Breathing Coordination from MDH Breathing Coordination
Get ready for the most unique voice lessons you've ever experienced. Based on MDH Breathing Coordination, Nicole will do an assessment of your breathing mechanism and relate proper breathing to vocal production. Once the body is ready for singing, proper techniques will be explored through vocal exercises, which will then be applied to song selections. Laryngeal massage also available.
Lessons with Nicole are like none other! Students will learn methods of MDH Breathing Coordination* as the foundation of proper singing. This will bring clarity to common concepts like "support" and "placement." MDHBC is also very beneficial for musicians, actors, public speakers, dancers, and athl
Speaks Russian, Czech, German, English, French, Italian
Awarded Mary Baker Russell Music Scholar from Pacific Lutheran University
Vocal Performance, Bachelor of Music from Pacific Lutheran University
The process of unlocking, discovering, and understanding your voice is an intimate and exciting process and I love to partner with my students on this journey. I have had incredible teachers in my life who have inspired me tremendously, and it is my goal to build a trusting relationship with my students in this same way. I truly believe that anybody can sing, and I realize how important it is that my students feel comfortable and safe trying out new things and expressing vulnerability.
Lessons will be completely individualized within the framework of learning a healthy vocal technique and a mix of healthy vocal repertoire. We will work together to meet your goals and find your unique voice. My experience is in working with children, teenagers, young adults and adults of all ages and backgrounds. We have worked on a wide range of vocal genres, styles, languages, repertoire and topics. I cannot wait to meet you!
Specialties: Beginners, young singers, students with learning ...
Singing is my passion and I absolutely love teaching all ages and all styles of singing. No matter what your goals are, I would love to help you in your journey! I've worked with complete beginners to working professionals, and I strive to create a welcoming and nurturing learning environment where
Speaks English, Spanish, Norwegian
Bachelor of Fine Arts with honors from The New School University
Teaches students 7 and up
I have loved this instrument from the beginning, and you will, too. I've performed a diverse array of music in many different contexts, from playing jazz in cafes and Debussy & Bach in recitals, to leading Beatles singalongs from the piano bench. In music school, I tutored many of my peers in the piano curriculum. People start playing piano for different reasons and with different goals, and my job as your teacher is to help you meet those goals, while also giving you a firm understanding of music and how the instrument works. I look forward to helping you discover the musical magic of the piano!
Born and raised in Boulder CO, NYC-based trumpeter Rafael Castillo-Halvorssen always brings joy and enthusiasm to the bandstand. He was inspired to pursue playing trumpet professionally in his early teens when he first heard Louis Armstrong’s 1956 record Ambassador Satch (go listen to it right now
Teaches students 5 and up
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate
Teaching since 2006
Jack U.Book Now
Hi! I've been playing guitar and with bands for over 15 years. I started on upright bass and played in an orchestra before moving onto jazz band, and then eventually taught myself guitar. The last band I was in toured and recorded all over the country before moving to Seattle. Songwriting is my greatest passion. If you have any interest in writing your own songs, I'd be more than happy to help. I'm comfortable with multiple genres and with electric or acoustic guitar. We can come up with a lesson plan together, or I can plan something myself based on your needs. Thank you!
I play guitar, upright & electric bass, and piano. I've played in multiple bands throughout my life. I moved to Seattle with my band from Ann Arbor in 2016. We played Indie Psych Rock and were influenced by bands like Talking Heads, The Strokes, and David Bowie. We had the privilege of recording a
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