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Teaching since 1996
Teaches students 6 and up
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate
I am enthusiastic and caring instructor that takes pride in delivering lessons at all levels. My students enjoy learning
music theory and building confedence to play classics such as Bach, Beethoven,Chopin, Mozart and Tchaikovsky.
All my lessons are specially designed to accomodate any age, level or goal for each individual student.
With over 30 years of experience teaching piano, I am an enthusiastic and caring instructor that takes pride in delivering lessons at all levels. My students enjoy learning music theory and building confidence to play Bach, Beethoven, Chopin, Mozart and Tchaikovsky. All my lessons are specially d
That all changed when i started working with Yelena.
Her passion for sharing her love of music with her studentshas been great source of joy for me. With her guidance, I am playing at a much advanced level
Then ever before, and with a deeper appriciation of what i am doing. She combines the rigth amount of theory and scale work, with learning classisl pieces.
Yelena has the patience and warms of a great teacher, and believe she would be equally good working with children as she is with adults. Her contribution to promote the love of playing music in her students is a true gift to us all.
I have benefitted from her tuturing. I look forward to
My weekly lessons.
Yelena is one of those rare teachers whose passion for music and teaching comes through clearly to her students.
Speaks Spanish, French, German, English
Bachelor of Music Education, Education from University of Southern California, Point Loma Nazarene University
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
I enjoy teaching students of all ages and experience. My students range from adult and child beginners to advanced performers.
My specialties are piano and keyboard. I am a member of the Music Teachers Association of California (MTAC). My students have the opportunity to play in recitals and other performances. They can earn certificates for their progress. I enjoy teaching all types of students, and have experience teach
Speaks English, German, Latin
Music from University of the Pacific
Teaching since 1998
Learn how to play various types of blues guitar.
Every musician was first and foremost a fan of music. My love of music began when my mother took me to a performance of Beethoven's fifth symphony when, coincidentally, I was five. From that point, I started fervently listening to my mother's records (those are the huge, black monstrosities t
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Teaching since 2014
Jazz Studies and Music Education from William Paterson University
As a trumpeter, my skills vary from technique, jazz improvisation, lead trumpet playing, to classical playing. I was a member of the Next Generation Jazz Orchestra in 2018, a jazz band consisting of musicians selected from across the United States. With this band I traveled to Japan and performed in the Monterey Jazz Festival in California. I have also toured Europe on several other occasions playing festivals such as the Montreux Jazz Festival and the Umbria Jazz Festival with the Philadelphia Jazz Orchestra. Here in the States I have played at venues such as Dizzy’s Club Coca Cola, Birdland, Chris’s Jazz Café in Philly, The Kennedy Center, and more.
I am a current student at William Paterson University studying jazz trumpet and music education. I have been fortunate to study with nationally and internationally acclaimed trumpeters Jeremy Pelt, Joe Mosello, and Nathan Eklund. Additionally, I have studied under the great guitarist Joseph Federic
Speaks English, Russian, Kazakh
Awarded Leroy Southers Award, Amy Brown Award from Berklee College of Music
I’ve been classicslly trained in Saint-Petersburg, Russia, one of the best places in the world where one can learn how to be a musician. Since then I’ve learned how to love and play jazz, pop, and rock, as well as how to sing, compose and understand the principles of composition and music theory. I graduated from Conservatory in Almaty and Berklee College in Boston and I’m pursuing Master of Arts, while teaching and performing in Boston area. Teaching experience is as fascinating as piano performance and yet, is more challenging at times. My focus is to make sure my students understand what they do and why they do it in music and seeing them grow is one of the greatest feelings I’ve had.
Hello everyone! My name is Alya Izumchensky, I was born and raised in Saint-Petersburg, Russia, where I started my piano lessons. I was a very competitive classical pianist in my teenage years in Russia, and have won many regional and national competitions. My favorite composers always were Chopin
Music Theory from Las Vegas High School
Teaches students 10 and up
If you are ready to take your music skills SERIOUSLY then stop wasting time and money on teachers who don't fully understand the instrument themselves. My name is Russell Steedle and I have been playing guitar professionally for 20 years and teaching music and producing records for over 10. I have worked with artists such as Mac Miller, Sean Kingston, Lifehouse, Disney's Caityln Taylor Love and have composed music to 100s of your favorite TV shows! Want to learn to shred? produce? write? dive into theory?
Russell Steedle is an American Platinum-Selling record producer / songwriter / and guitarist based in Los Angeles, CA. With his first #1 Billboard record under his belt and previous clients such as Mac Miller, Sean Kingston, and Red Velvet, Russ has found endorsements and support from major music c
He is also active in the industry, so the skills he teaches are current.
I take lessons with Russ online through Skype for EDM production in FL Studio. He is always punctual and promptly communicates if anything comes up. His teaching style carefully balances the need to provide guidance, while allowing freedom for individual artistic development. Every week, I start a composition or track analysis project that applies what I've learned in previous lessons, and I will submit it to Russ to discuss things that went well and things to work on in the future. In this way, you are not just being lectured, but you are actually learning to collaborate with an exceptional musician. I've personally experienced how constant application and feedback facilitates rapid learning.
He certainly is a serious musician, but that doesn't mean he doesn't have a fun personality. He is engaging and inspirational.
I would, without reservation nor hesitation, highly recommend Russ to anyone who is interested in professional music production.
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