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Speaks French, Spanish
Teaches students 5 and up
Violin from UCLA
Be a violin virtuoso!
As of 4/28 I will be fully vaccinated and am accepting in person students two weeks after that. Hello future students! I've been playing violin for 23 of my 29 years of age and teaching for 13 years. I believe that the most important part of learning the violin is having fun and building a pas
Speaks Spanish, Japanese, English
Teaching since 2013
Awarded 6-month Certification from Beat Lab Academy
Are you struggling with music production? Do you want to take your music producing to the next level? Are you tired of your mixes sounding flat and boring?
Let me help you!
I have over 8 years of experience producing and performing with Ableton Live (currently using Live 10).
Last year, I graduated from Beat Lab Academy's 6-month certification program, which helped solidify my understanding of Ableton, music theory, mixing, mastering, and many other dimensions of music.
Aside from producing music, I play the drums, guitar, and piano; so if you are interested in learning any of those, I will be more than happy to teach you.
Together, we can cover the ins and out of composing, arranging, mixing, mastering, music theory, and whatever else you would like to learn.
I am a music producer, recordist, and pianist with my eyes set on the world. I have over 9 years of experience with Ableton Live! My major was Broadcast and Electronic Communication Arts at San Francisco State University, with a focus in music production, sound design, and field recording. I atten
Speaks German, English
Awarded Outstanding String Player from California State University Long Beach Strings Department
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate
Cello lessons in my studio, at your home, or on-line.
I have 20 years of playing experience along with a Bachelor's degree in Cello Performance. I was the section leader of my university's orchestra as well as a full-scholarship member of the university quartet. As a professional gigging musician, I have played with Il Divo, Mario Winans, La Jolla S
Speaks Korean, English
Criminal Justice from California State University, Los Angeles
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
It is important to have teacher, student, and parents work together to see the accomplishments happen in the future. I make the lessons meaningful, so that my student can retain the information and practice effectively at home. My ultimate goal is to have my student think critically and listen carefully, so that they can become their own teacher.
I started playing the violin when I was 12 years old. Some of my notable teachers include: Ricardo Cyncynates, Rochelle Abramson, Guido Lamell, and Tatiana Chulochnikova. I enjoyed playing in the summer music camp at Interlochen and Curtis Institute of Music Summerfest for Adults. I performed as a
Speaks english, English
Teaches students 4 and up
Teaching since 2015
Expect to build a stronger relationship and understanding with music. I am not going to look for perfection. The most important thing is to connect with the music you're playing. Within a few lessons you will see confidence with your instrument grow. The first lesson, we will talk about the goals you are trying to achieve. We'll explore music theory, sight reading, creating original songs, playing by ear, and if you want, we can dive into the modern music industry. How is music made today?
I currently teach at the Grosse Pointe Music academy and I am looking to fill some open slots in my morning/mid day schedule. I am currently a piano principal pursuing a Bachelors Degree in Music Business from Wayne State University. I was classically trained in piano and generally teach the class
Teaches students 3 and up
Teaching since 2001
Please see profile! I use the same methods for all genres, except in this case, the focus will be on country guitar!
I started playing guitar originally in 1991. Over the years I eventually picked up bass and ukulele as well (not to mention a plethora of other instruments, such as voice, drums, piano, and harp). I started teaching in 2001 throughout the Chicagoland area. First in music stores, then schools, then
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My son has been taking drum lessons from Mike for about 6 years consistently. Mike is an amazing instructor and all around great person. My son has learned so much from Mike, enjoys going to his lessons every week(the ONLY activity that he has done that there is NO complaining about going to lessons, only enthusiasm). He has grown leaps and bounds with his level of drumming, all due to Mike. Mike's studio is high tech, his teaching ability and knowledge of all kinds of genres of music and general positive encouragement and attitude make Mike the best drum instructor. He is a great role model for my son, as well. You can't go wrong with Mike!"
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