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I had been taking lessons from a local guitar teacher for a couple of years before he moved out of state. I was concerned that I would
Kat works very well with little ones. She was very relaxed from the very first visit which definitely made it even easier o
Joshua is a very reliable and punctual teacher. He is encouraging and patient. My daughter really enjoys lesson time with him."
Milton is a great teacher! He explains everything, teaches you theory and proper techniques. He is down to earth and makes you feel comforta
Nicole is an excellent teacher that understands her students and teaches them in a way that is geared toward them individually. She lis
I think the singing lessons with Aryls are amazing! I can feel and hear my voice getting fuller and louder and my self feeling m
Great experience. Cannot recommend Luca enough. She is astute, articulate, patient and fun!"
Nicole is an excellent teacher. She is very personable and has a lot of patience. She is very skilled at teaching."
Our eleven-year-old child "J" has been taking violin lessons from Maureen for one year. J expected to pick up the violi
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I am a laid back teacher, but I definitely expect students to practice what I suggest they practice. I advise that students use method books or sheet music of some sort, and I will certainly make notes for them and create materials they can learn from. I always teach based on the goals of the student and what type of music they enjoy, but I also like to guide the student in a direction I think would benefit them. I usually introduce music to play right away, conforming of course to the skill level and interest of the student. I now play seven-string guitar, which is just a six-string guitar (same tuning and technique) with an extra low string. It will be practical to aide students by accompanying with a bass range instrument.
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I consider myself a Jazz musician, but I am happy to consider a very wide range of styles. I am focusing now on music of the Spanish Golden Age, 1500-1700.
· Acoustic Guitar · In home
· Guitar · In studio
· Guitar · In home
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· Music Theory · In studio
He's also a patient teacher which I appreciate. He didn't get frustrated when I struggled. Instead he focused on figuring out a different way of explaining the issue I was struggling with. We always found a way in the end.
He's also just a fascinating guy so lessons are more interesting and not just transactional. I've had other teachers in the past who were good but I didn't look forward to the lessons. It's easier to make progress when you have a creative and inspiring time with your teacher. Thanks Alex!
All levels are welcome
To get started we just need to see where you are at on a practice pad.
You don't need to own a drum set to have drum lessons.
I can provide practice pads and stands and everything we need to get started.
· Drum · In studio
· Drum · In home
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· Singing · In studio
· Vocal Training · In studio
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· Trombone · In home
· Trumpet · In home
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