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Speaks English, French
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Music composition and arranging from Vancouver Community College
Preparing music for performance - making your rendition the best it can be and rehearsing it effectively; relating to your fellow musicians; relating to support staff such as sound techs; dealing with nerves and stage fright; relating to audiences; delivering your best performace
My focus is on you - helping you achieve your goals with the harmonica, whatever they may be. Whatever inspires you to pick up the harmonica, whoever you want to emulate, whatever style grabs you, I bring the background, deep knowledge, and teaching experience to enrich your understanding and grow
Speaks English, German, Spanish
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate
Teaches students 5 and up
With 15 years of acting and directing experience, Liz brings her vast knowledge of acting and performance to the forefront with a positive and energetic attitude!
About Liz Fanora
After graduating California Institute of the Arts with a multi-focus on several aspects of music including African dance, Indonesian gamelan, songwriting, recording, classical voice and piano, folk guitar, and more, Liz had the excellent opportunity to teach theater to a local musical theater summe
Bachelor of Music Education from Ithaca College
Teaches students 6 to 80
Awarded Jefferson Award from Jefferson Award Committee
Ellen R.Book Now
I've been teaching vocal performance for 30 years and my students have gone on to concerts, recordings and choruses. We'll focus on your stage presence and how you deliver your song emotionally and visually. I specialize in jazz, pop and musical theater and have the a microphone set up available for your lessons. I love working with students of all ages and experience levels and I look forward to meeting you.
My musical journey has led me through many genres: Folk, Rock, Blue grass, Musical Theater, Cabaret, a Cappella and Jazz. I have helped take many a vocalist from the level of simply wanting to sing to the stage. I am notable for arranging and guiding vocalists toward mastery of nearly any genre of
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Teaches students 15 to 70
Teaching since 1986
John M.Book Now
I teach some techniques you don't necessarily learn in acting school which are practical and immediately usable.
What do you do when you get the script?
Using subtext to bring realism to your performance.
Line delivery: tricks of the trade.
Do you have the right monologue to fit the parts you can play?
Suggestions for a monologue(s) to fit your persona. You need more than one to fit the different genres of the play or film you are auditioning for.
How to break it down, the importance of changes.
Tactics for attacking the cold read: what to do while you're waiting in the lobby after they just handed you your "sides."
Also, refer to ACTING (above).
Double your chances to be cast by having a variety in your bag-o-tricks.
British Receive Pronunciation: consider the number of plays written by Brits, and then listen all the Americans doing RP in films. Other: Irish, Scots, Cockney, and Romance languages.
How to scan so that it helps your ...
My Credentials: MFA Carnegie Mellon. MA San Francisco State, BS Penn State HB Studio NYC Instructor at City College of San Francisco, Carnegie Mellon University; private group classes San Francisco and New Orleans. Theatre Critic for 5 years in San Francisco (For my reviews, go to BerkeleyDailyPl
Speaks Spanish, English
Awarded 2012 Arise Idol from A.R.I. S.E. Program
Teaches students 7 to 60
I love everything about teaching! I love music; it is my life. I sleep, breathe and dream music. I am a Columbia University Chicago graduate; I graduated with a degree in Music with a concentration in Classical Voice. I have performed in numerous operas and musicals, as well as, sung on Gospel Cru
I've been working with Keanon for almost a year now. Aside from being an amazing vocalist himself, he does everything he can to help students reach their full potential and find their voice. He makes lessons fun while constantly keeping you challenged. There's always encouragement from him to strive to be better, which can really bring the best out of singers. Whether you're simply singing for hobby, performing for shows/auditions, or ready to record, Keanon has something to offer to any aspiring musician. He has a passion and love for music and understands it's a gift that must be shared with the world.
Speaks Spanish, French
Teaching since 1992
Awarded Member of the Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society from Phi Theta Kappa
Screenwriting and Creative Writing lessons/coaching/consulting-all genres and levels. Learn from a published writer/screenwriter who has a literary agent, an MFA in Creative Writing, and who is a college writing professor. Learn all about crafting your book or screenplay with focused coaching and lessons on all the elements of the craft: character, plot, structure, dialogue, point-of-view, setting, theme, and more. We will work on developing your writing through exercises, readings, and writing and revising. You will write and learn at the same time, in a supportive online classroom. Classes are tailored for your needs. I do manuscript and screenplay critiques as well.
Elizabeth has taught violin and viola for twenty years. She has a Master of Music degree in Violin Performance from DePaul University School of Music. Her teachers have been among the best in the world. She has been a member of orchestras, chamber music ensembles, and has performed solos throughout
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