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Speaks French, English
Teaching since 1998
BS Music and Outside Field from Indiana University Jacobs School of Music
I teach all different ages, from as young as 8 years old to people in their 70s. I am relaxed and flexible, and I make sure we go at the pace that works best for the student.
My name is Michelle and I have been teaching flute lessons for all ages for over 20 years. Currently, I have students who range in age from 7 to 75, and I really enjoy the variety that brings. I love to start beginners off, to make sure their body posture, tone production and technique are correct,
For only short 3 months, I was informed he was outgrown from his old book and was capable for upgrading to next level. I am much happier to find Michelle as his flute instructor. Thanks for helping him become more confident, optimistic and diligent.
Teaches students 6 and up
Teaching since 1997
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 athle
Speaks spanish, english
Bachelor of Music from Oberlin Conservatory of Music
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
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David Flores is a proactive music teacher with the appropriate resources and experience required for efficient and effective learning. Committed to introducing techniques that will cultivate students' musical connections. Sharing skills that make challenging subjects easier to learn. Developing connections to the music that will motivate you to enjoy practicing. Introducing techniques that will make your instrument work for you. Mr. Flores currently teaches music theory and instrumental instruction classes in the greater Los Angeles area and distance learning music classes online. David Flores is an active member of the Music Teachers' Association of California and is certificated by the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing.
Online classes available.
David Flores studied at the Oberlin Conservatory of Music (BM ’05) where he was awarded the Dean’s talent award for exceptional solo performance and the Margaret Jones scholarship for academic excellence. David completed his graduate studies at the Cleveland Institute of Music (MM ’09). Studyi
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate
Masters of Music from Azusa Pacific University
Jennifer W.Book Now
I have performed on 6 Broadway National Tours and have a Masters in Music Education! Please check out my website jenniferwilcove.weebly.com for a full bio and resume!
Hi folks! I've been teaching for the last decade and love working with all skills and all ages. I am encouraging, supportive, disciplined, and helpful. I have a Masters in Music Education, and a tremendous amount of regional performance experience, including the last four years during which I par
Teaches students 10 and up
Awarded James C. Rotter Saxophone Scholarship from California State University, Fullerton
I have received my Bachelor degree from Cal State Fullerton, and specialize in classical saxophone focusing on sound, technique, and musicianship.
Saxophonist, composer, educator, Joseph David S. has made a name as an advocate for the saxophone in the concert hall and in his own compositions. As the son of a film composer, Joseph David S.’s compositional voice is rooted in musical storytelling told through a contemporary harmonic and aesthe
Speaks German, Italian, French, Spanish, English
Teaching since 2011
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
I've been teaching guitar for over eight years. I've previously been a part of two bands during my formative years and recently have been a session guitar player for four upcoming indie rock, alternative, and R&B/Soul albums.
For children and beginners, I use the Mel Bay publication Children's Guitar Chord Book as well as Hal Leonard's Guitar Method series. I also apply basic music theory that includes learning the Circle of Fifths and basic reading of sheet music.
For intermediate guitar players, I utilize the Gibson's Learn and Master Guitar series to teach Power Chord Formation and Delivery, Fingerpicking, Pentatonic Scales, Reading Tabulature, and tackling some of classic rock and jazz's favorite tunes.
For guitar lessons at my studio, I leverage Guitar Pro to project and display tabs and play-alongs with ease. For in-home lessons, I use the software for select lessons as we begin song selection and play-alongs.
I can't wait to rock out with you as you find your inner ...
Hey there, everyone! My name is Milton and I teach vocal, guitar, piano, and musical theatre lessons in the Inland Empire area. I help those young, middle-aged, and not-as-young tap into their own soul through music so that they may help others find theirs as well. I believe that in order to
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