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Teaching since 2015
BM Vocal Performance from Sonoma State University
Growing as a musician and producer has been a remarkably fulfilling path and my passion for sharing that adventure is what drives my excitement for teaching. I hope to bring positive energy and insight to all my students’ lessons and help them grow. I am interested in working with students of all ages, and enjoy helping with everything — learning how to sing or improve vocal technique, learning how to play piano, cover favorite artists, perform, record, navigate ProTools of Logic or digital/analog synths. I you have a specific goal or project in mind, long or short term I'd love to help!
Marie is a music theory junkie and music production nerd. She spends most of her free time petting her adorable Aussie puppies, Max & Bug. When she gets around to it she writes songs and produces them from the ground up in her home studio. She has spent innumerable hours analyzing Wagner’s Ring cyc
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Teaches Beginner, Intermediate
Teaching since 2013
Reading music,chord building, rhythms
I've been playing music since I was 14 years old. I studied classical guitar at State University in Buffalo, NY. and also studied guitar at the Berklee College of Music in Boston. I love just about every style of music. I mostly play Celtic, Bluegrass, American traditional, jazz, and classical. I a
Master of Arts in Music from San Francisco State University
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Melodic and harmonic accompaniment, counterpoint, self-accompaniment, figured bass, improvisation.
I began to teach guitar at 16 years of age. I have taught seven- to 60-year-old students in a wide variety of styles. I studied jazz guitar primarily with Randy Vincent, one of the San Francisco Bay Area's greatest guitar players, and continue to broaden my horizons under the guidance of Matthew Gr
Speaks Spanish, English
MM Jazz Studies, drumset performance from DePaul University
Teaching since 2007
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David was an in-demand freelance drummer and educator in Chicago for 10 years before moving to the DMV to play drums for the US Navy Band Sea Chanters. His diverse background and wide-ranging influences shaped him into a versatile musician; David showcases that versatility in the private lesson environment and gives his students a truly unique musical experience.
David is 100% committed to his students' success. He centers his lessons on fundamentals and essential musical vocabulary while blending the student's personal musical goals. "Exercises" are rarely used; David leans on tangible, real-life examples of vocabulary that transcend genre. He is also a firm believer that improvisation is the key to musical mastery.
David will set the bar high for his students, but the beauty of setting realistic goals keeps students engaged, focused, and loving practice!
Chicago expat; United States Navy Band drummer; David has developed a reputation for his professionalism and versatility as a musician. Moving to Chicago was the catalyst for David’s musical career. The diverse and robust Chicago music scene helped mold him into a first-call sideman over the
Teaches students 10 and up
Bachelor of Music from Belmont University
Teaching since 2004
I am a Grade II bagpipe and had great success in the competition circuit. From beginner to advanced; for fun or for competition; I can help prepare you!
Daniel toured with the violin troupe, Barrage for two years playing Violin/Fiddle, Bagpipes, and Irish whistles. While touring with Barrage, Daniel performed for audiences in 11 different countries, and was involved with 103 high school and middle school workshops for over 6,861 students in 3 coun
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Teaching since 1988
With 30+ years teaching experience, I have the tools and expertise you need to help you succeed with your harp goals. My background includes studying with world renowned harp teachers Alice Chalifoux and Susann McDonald, and I share with my harp students the unsurpassed harp skills passed down to me, with additional certification in Suzuki Harp Method and Therapeutic Music. In addition to harp performance, I have taught courses in music theory, composition and arranging for harp, harp pedagogy (teaching methods), harp maintenance and orchestra/ensemble. From beginners to veterans seeking additional skills, I'm here to help, and am happy to give instruction, advice and guidance on any harp topic.
Cathy teaches private harp lessons online as well as in her home studio, working with students of all ages, levels, and harp types. She is on the faculty at Tulane University School of Music and the University of New Orleans, and has presented Spring and Fall student recitals every year since 1996.
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She is dedicated, committed, and with a great teaching attitude. Always arrives on time and ready to start.
A big plus for Sarabeth, is that my 2 daughters have autism, and she is able to engage with them pretty effectively, and redirect them when needed as their attention and focus shifts.
I fully recommend her for Piano lessons and for kids in the Autism spectrum!"
Taking special precautions and caring for your instrument is important for all musicians - just taking a few minutes to clean your guitar, for example, can ensure a longer life of strumming and jamming. Similarly, taking good care of your drum set is an important habit to keep up. Too many drummers forget the importance of keeping their drum set clean, and tend to pack up their equipment carelessly. Cymbals, especially, are easily forgotten during this process. Taking a few minutes to c …
By Suzy S.
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By Brooke Neuman
One of the most important aspects when learning how to play the violin is understanding scales. Learning scales will give you a solid foundation as you begin to explore new pieces of music. Violin Scales for Beginners Simply put, a violin scale is a series of notes, ordered by frequency or pitch, that span an octave (a consecutive set of eight notes.) For instance, to play a G scale, start by playing the lowest G on your violin (open G string.) Then, ascend up in pitch and play the note …
By Maile Proctor