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Teaching since 1969
B.A. in Instrumental Music Education, M.A. in Education from Chicago Musical College and CSUN
Teaches students 6 to 70
Having taught music in schools for the past forty years, I have taught many, many students how to play saxophone. Many have gone on to play in college and beyond!
Originally from Chicago, I attended Chicago Musical College for 2 years before moving to Calif. and receiving my B.A. in music from Cal. State Northridge. I also have an M.A. in Education from there. I have been a band director in public schools for over 40 years. My bands have won over 50 1st p
Speaks English, Spanish
Teaching since 1999
Bachelors of Music Composition from Lamont School Of Music
We go over correct hand placement, using your fingers the right way so they don't hurt for beginners, tab etc
I have been teaching over sixteen years.
I tailor each individual lesson to that persons goals, needs, wants, and styles.
My goal is to learn music the fun way. Along the way we'll learn theory, chords, scales, ear training, composition, reading music, tempo etc
Seth is available for one on one lessons on Saxophone, Clarinet, Piano, Guitar, Vocals and Music Theory. Available to all styles, ages and levels in your home or mine in Los Angeles, CA. Lessons are tailored to the individual styles and goals. Seth has been teaching for over sixteen years primar
Speaks French, Spanish
BA in Music from UCLA
I love to teach beginners, intermediate players and advanced players. I am comfortable if you or your child know absolutely nothing about music. We will work with scales and chords at every lesson and progress through music that is appropriate to the students skill level. I like for students to have fun too!
I've been teaching piano, cello, voice and theory in Los Angeles for over thirty years, helping students develop their particular interests in music and to encourage them to reach their personal goals. I love the classics and many of my students want to play popular music, contemporary sounds and j
Bachelors of Fine Arts from The New School for Jazz and Contemporary Music
Teaching since 2007
Teaches students 9 and up
As a performing guitarist, music director, arranger, and band leader, I can share my experience with guitar techniques that will help you to achieve the next level in your playing. We can focus on ways to use the guitar to learn songs, technical exercises, creating music with others, understanding the instrument, and learn how to play a variety styles of music ranging from rock to jazz to classical to bluegrass.
Guitarist and Composer based in Brooklyn, New York, with a Masters in Jazz Studies from New York University and a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Jazz Studies from The New School for Jazz and Contemporary Music. I have played in a variety of musical groups ranging from rock bands, to samba bands, jazz/fus
I especially appreciated that class felt like a discussion rather than a recital. Instead of following one method or theme, I was encouraged to completely shift our attention at any time if there was anything I was curious about.
Wit presents difficult ideas with enough context that I, having a limited understanding of theory, felt able to keep up and incorporate higher-level concepts into my writing/playing.
Can't recommend Wit's classes enough!
I love the structure he provides, and also the fact that he makes sure to check in as you are progressing. 👏🏼 I highly recommend him as a teacher
Teaching since 1998
Choral Music from Melodious Accord Fellowship (Alice Parker)
Each student is unique, and it's difficult to classify as "beginner/intermediate/advanced" since student objectives are unique as well. I'm interested in understanding where you are on the spectrum for a wide variety of skills, and will work with each student to move along the spectrum on skills that are important to his or her objectives.
Cindy has been making music for as long as she can remember. She was the assistant director of a synagogue children's choir by age 14 and has directed and sung with many community choirs and pickup groups since then. But it wasn't until 1996 that she discovered the autoharp and began teaching and
When it comes to teachers, Cindy is the best of the best. She'll lay out exercises to build your skill step by step. If you love old-time music and want to excel at playing the fiddle, Cindy's your gal.
Cello Performance with Outside Field in Business Administration from Stetson University
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Teaching since 2013
My greatest joy is making music and sharing it with others! We'll work together on creating an engaging environment and lesson plan suited to your time and needs and will approach each lesson with clear goals and the tools to get there. Music making and your technique go hand in hand, so we'll focus on building foundations and creating excellent habits to bring the life out of your music.
For any cello student looking to build and broaden their skills, I'm excited to be a part of your learning journey!
Sarah is a cellist and arts administrator living and working in Brooklyn, New York. As the former Program Director of A Gift For Music, she led a team of thirteen teaching artists to provide tuition-free string music education to more than 400 students annually in Central Florida. As a performing a
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I took lessons from Steve for almost six years. In that time, I progressed from a hapless amateur to a relatively accomplished, growing musician. Steve's lessons helped me achieve that level of growth. I couldn't recommend him enough to any level player looking for some guidance."
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