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About Kendra M.

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Venice, CA

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About Kendra
I have been immersed in music and the arts since before I can remember. The more I experience music, the more I want to share my knowledge and talent with people of all ages, from five year old kids to grandparents, complete beginners to professionals.
I believe that every person has a story, and no matter how small or big, music always plays a part, so here is my story.

I was born in the United States, but only lived here for 4 years before moving overseas to a country called Azerbaijan, where I lived with my family for 14 years. In Azerbaijan I studied at a private music and ballet school under the instruction of many well known Russian and Azerbaijani professional musicians, while also learning the language at the same time. After becoming fluent in Azerbaijani I continued to study music at home with my mother. She is a profes
sional flute player, but I chose to learn guitar and singing from her while still keeping up my studies in dance. At the age of 15 I had already performed singing and dancing on television and the radio many times.

When I turned 17 and graduated from high school I spent six months in Australia, Sri Lanka, and India, working with a non profit organization performing tsunami relief work. In India I also gained experience in teaching music and dance to large crowds of little children at the schools, orphanages, and relief camps I visited. Seeing the joy and life that these simple music lessons brought these children is what inspired me to continue studying music and begin teaching.

I turned 18 in 2005 and moved to Seattle to study music at Seattle Pacific University. I specialized in vocals and music technology, while also teaching lessons on the side in both guitar and vocals. During my four years in Seattle I played in several bands, and really developed my skills as a song writer and recording artist. After graduating with my Bachelors degree, I moved to San Francisco in 2009 to pursue my music there and teach children and adults of all ages.

Now I live in Venice California with my bandmate and fiance, where we are signed to one of the top management companies in Los Angeles. It was hard to leave my students that I had in San Francisco, but I am looking forward to having new students to teach and share my passion of music with here in Venice.

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Music is a universal language, and knows no age limitations, like wise I enjoy teaching students of all ages, 5 years old and up. I believe that music lessons should be challenging and fun, weather you are looking to take lessons with a specific event or goal in mind, or you simply woke up one morning and decided today is the day for you to learn something new and exciting. Depending on the students abilities and personal goals, I create a unique curriculum plan for each individual, and adapt my own teaching methods to the needs of the student. I am a positive and outgoing person, and I use encouragement and hard work on my own part to motivate my students. I have experience in all different genres of music, and I guarantee that after taking guitar or vocal lessons with me for only 3 months, you will have gained confidence and improved leaps and bounds from where we started.

*** Studio Equipment ***
Home studio--- Private magical bungalow right off of Abbot Kinney, equipped with instruments and recording gear.

*** Travel Equipment ***
I can provide a learners guitar, ukulele, and percussion instruments if the lessons are at my own home, otherwise I expect the student to have access to their own musical instrument. For vocal lessons I have various levels of music and songs for every genre, as well as microphones and small amps for rock lessons.

*** Specialties ***
I specialize in vocals and song writing, I have professional experience performing and teaching vocal styles from classical to contemporary, opera to rock.
I also specialize in teaching beginning to intermediate guitar and ukulele.
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KristineS February 13, 2012
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Lovely and wonderful!

Kendra is a wonderful instructor. As a woman trying to attain goals I made since I was a child, Kendra has done everything she can to instruct and teach me piano/music that is relevant to my objectives. She has taught me much more than just reading music and touching piano keys. It's been lovely to see her every week. I look forward to our lessons. Thanks so much Kendra!
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janK February 11, 2012
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grandmother to Lily

Kendra continues to be the highlight of the week for my 7 year old grand daughter Lily. I gave Lily singing lessons for Christmas, and she continues to get a gift each week as Kendra helps her make progress in a very positive and gentle way. Kendra keeps things moving with new songs every session and even changes things up with some keyboard techniques to support Lily's beginning to read music. This singing time with Kendra has been a wonderful overall experience. She is the BEST!
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MariaA December 11, 2011
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She has a great talent

Kendra, it is teaching my twin 7 yo daughters. piano and guitar. We had try several teachers that are great musicians with good intentions to teach but, Kendra by far has the most talent with young children. She is being a big inspiration to my children and they are learning and playing without an effort. That is Kendra's gift to keep them interested andconfident. Our time flies every time Kendra comes. Please feel free to ask any further question.I can not recommended her more.
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Venice, CA 90291
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About Jonathan S.

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Tarzana, CA
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About Jonathan
I am a professional musician based in the Tarzana area of Los Angeles, having recorded and performed in a wide variety of styles and projects. I am best known for my work in contemporary music styles that combine classical, jazz and pop sensibilities.

Jonathan is perhaps best known for working with Alan White (Yes, John Lennon, George Harrison, Plastic Ono Band), a member of the band 'White' since 2008, and with a number of music's leading lights, including Mike Keneally (Frank Zappa, Joe Satriani, Steve Vai), Joe Travers (Zappa Plays Zappa, Duran Duran, Billy Idol), and Turn On Red – a jazz fusion collective dedicated to the music of bass legend Jaco Pastorius, featuring such luminaries as Grammy winning guitarist Frank Gambale (Chick Corea/Return to Forever), Mike Keneally, Spencer Campbell (Wynonna/Lee Ann Womack/Kenny Rogers), Ch
ris G (Pamela Moore, Mike Keneally, Nick D'Virgilio).

Additional collaborations between studio and stage include members of Heart, Queensrÿche, Blues Traveler, Zappa Plays Zappa, Marc Bonilla, Kris Meyers (Umphrey's McGee), John Ziegler (Volto), Lee Oskar, Tracy Bonham, Neal Morse, Randy George (Neal Morse Band, Ajalon), Chris Quirarte (Redemption), Dave Meros (Spock's Beard), and Geoffrey Castle.

My background in music education and studies at the University of Oregon range in experiences steeped in the classical tradition (piano performance, composition) to jazz improvisation, songwriting and electronic music.

Lessons are tailored to an individual's abilities, interests and goals. I teach the value of listening as an effective approach to practicing. With the aim of encouraging students to explore their own musical voice, I create personalized road maps with the guidance of musical examples and exercises. The benefits prove to become keys to directly opening doors into the joy of improvising, or simply "making music"!
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Robyn N. April 24, 2013
· Piano ·
Awesome Instructor!

Jonathan has been amazing! He's provided the tools and techniques I need to jump to the next level of playing, spending extra time with me on several different pieces. Jonathan is professional, knowledgeable, attentive, and well versed in a variety of styles. His passion for music is truly motivating. Highly recommended!
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Jonathan S.

Tarzana, CA 91356
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About Paul B.

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Pico Rivera, CA

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I have over twenty years of performance experience as a drummer. I have an AA degree in Music from Pasadena City College. I have a BA in Music from California State University, Northridge. I have taught individual and group instruction, focusing on hand technique and sight-reading. I attended Grove School of Music in 1990, where I studied hand and sticking technique and Latin drum-set application. I have performed in a variety of musical situations from big band performances to musicals, jazz trios, rock shows, and an independent film score.

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My approach to teaching drum-set is simple. I focus on the student's needs. I like to give my students assignments that are tangible but that still present a challenge. I'm an easy going guy and I know that through patience and nurturing I can build the student's confid
ence and gain results. I assign weekly exercises and teach my students good technique.
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Sarah October 5, 2018
· Drum · In studio
Pablo was very professional. He is so knowledgeable about everything drums and was patient with me. I highly recommend taking lessons from him. Great teacher.
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Paul June 30, 2015
· Drum · In studio
I've been studying with Paul for a few years, and I would not be close to my current skill level without his instruction and guidance. Paul is a patient and brilliant observer and expert analyst in developing technique. Every time I think I've got it, he makes some acute observation that brings it to a deeper level of refinement and nuance. And I've learned from him how crucial this refinement is to sounding good in everything you play on the kit. Beyond building the foundation of technique, with Paul you will learn various grooves in different genres, reading notation and drum charts, soloing and comping, as well as prioritizing and organizing your approach and having the right attitude so people will want to play with you. Lessons are always fun and inspiring, and Paul is patient and sensitive to individual needs. He also brings to lessons his experience as a professional drummer. I've seen him perform professionally in various styles: small jazz ensemble, big band, latin, rock, funk etc. And he always sounds great: solid and musical with a great feel. His combination of skill, experience, knowledge, profound insight and sensitivity make him an invaluable teacher for those interested in developing as an artist.
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Paul B.

Pico Rivera, CA 90660
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About Gino M.

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Whittier, CA
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Hi future guitar players. My name is Gino and I have been playing guitar since I was 16 years old. I'm 32 now and still playing with no end in sight. Out of all the genres of music my favorite has been Rock and Roll. I love it to death. I can remember learning songs by some of my favorite bands such as Led Zeppelin, Kiss, Nirvana, Oasis, Black Sabbath, Ac/Dc, Megadeth, Iron Maiden, Alice In Chains, Motorhead, etc and the joy I got that a song that I once thought I could not learn I did. Yet like all things in life it took time and dedication, and that is all I ask for from my students. I have a Bachelors degree in music at Whittier College and also have an Associate's degree in Liberal Arts at Fullerton JR. College. I’m here and ready to teach how to play like your Heroes.

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The only thing I ask from my studen
ts is time and dedication. Not everyone starts out great on guitar, or any other instruments for that matter. It takes time but if they stick to it then they can achieve anything. The structure of my lessons is very simple. We first begin with standard cords such E, G, A, and so on and putting them into chord progressions. Once that has been achieved we then go on to learning simple songs. They can bring in song books by some of their favorite bands or artist, and if they want I can also begin showing them scales. Such as blues scales, major, minor, harmonic minor, and a little bit of theory too. But the most important things is that we keep the lessons fun. So if you want to have learning the guitar and learn songs by some of your favorite bands than let’s do it.

*** Studio Equipment ***
Office: large couch, chairs, music stand, copier, small amp, cables, room for parents to sit in during the lesson

*** Specialties ***
Basic guitar, Acoustic guitar, Rock guitar and Blues guitar.
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Lilly June 8, 2016
· Guitar · In home
Gino is enthusiastic, kind and patient. He makes the lesson fun for the kids.
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Fred M. February 17, 2014
· Guitar ·
Gino is a top-notch teacher.

Gino is very knowledgeable, enthusiastic and personable. He makes learning fun.
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Gino M.

Gino M.

Whittier, CA 90606
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About Ruti C.

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Hi my name is Ruti. I'm excited about starting to work with takelessons.com
I'm originally from Israel and have lived in the USA for 18 years. I graduated from the New England Conservatory of Music in Boston with Prof. Larry Lesser and moved to Miami 15 years ago to play with the New World Symphony Orchestra. Since than I have been enjoying playing in local orchestras as well as working in my own music. I'm very passionate about working with kids and about teaching my love for music and for performance. I can't wait to meet new students and to guide them in the best way I can to have more fun and more focus in what they want to do with music.
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Ruti C.

Reseda, CA 91335
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About Ramone S.

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I am half Swiss half American and grew up in Zürich, Switzerland. I love teaching german since it is the first language I learned. I graduated with a computer information systems BA at GSU in Atlanta. I am very outgoing and love working with new people so this opportunity is great for me. I am currently living in Los Angeles because I am also a singer, songwriter, produce professional music and also give professional vocal lessons. Thank you.
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Ramone S.

Ramone S.

Chatsworth, CA 91311
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About Sarabeth B.

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Montebello, CA

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Hello fellow singers! My goal is to help you refine your own unique instrument and help you to express a story and art through the voice!

I grew up taking piano lessons and singing in my church and school choir. I always had a love for all classical music and soon enough fell in love with opera! I begin taking classical voice lessons at the age of 15 and soon realized that my heart and soul belonged to opera and had to continue my studies a lot more in depth.

I went to UCLA where I received my Bachelor of Arts with my emphasis in Opera Performance. Throughout the years spent at UCLA, I not only continued to sing with choral groups, but also performed in every opera. I sang one of the principles roles in Ravel's L'enfant et les sortilèges, and sang one of the principles roles in many opera scenes such as Dorabella from Così fan tutt
e, Mercedes in Carmen, Second Lady in The Magic Flute, Nerone in L'incorazione di Poppea.

Since I graduated college I have collaborated with nationally known directors, conductors, and voice teachers such as Peter Kazaras, James Darrah, Bruce Stasyna, Juliana Gondek, and Enrique Toral. I have sang in Master Classes given by Susan Graham and Bradley Moore. I have performed roles with Astoria Music Festival, Miami Music Festival, Opera NEO, and San Diego Opera.

As a teacher my job is to use my knowledge and experience to help my students learn to sing with as much ease as possible, while refining the instrument for the classical repertoire. I not only focus on technique, but also diction and artistry, because as singers we are story tellers.
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Cassie October 4, 2018
· Broadway Singing · In studio
Sarabeth is wonderful! She is fantastic and she doing wonders for my daughter! My daughter loves her lessons and can't wait for her next one.
I would highly recommend Sarabeth to anyone looking for lessons.
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Ben June 8, 2018
· Classical Voice · In home
I highly recommend Sarabeth to anyone interested in singing, whether you have already had some background in voice or you are just starting out.

Sarabeth is a truly amazing voice teacher!!! She led me step by step through many vocal exercises and taught me many a great classical song! Her patience and encouragement were ever present at each lesson as I stumbled through the classical songs which were written in other languages.

I have SMA type 1-2, a severely debilitating and progressive disease, and my lung capacity was 24% of normal when Sarabeth started teaching me. Under her guidance, I was able to increase my lung capacity to 28%! Believe me when I say that this is not supposed to happen to people with SMA. In general our lung capacities continue to decrease as the disease progresses until we need to be placed under mechanical ventilation. The most common mode of death for people with SMA is respiratory failure.

I am deeply saddened that Sarabeth is moving away to Los Angeles and will no longer be able to be my singing teacher, but wishing her the best of luck there!!! I will always remember her as the incredibly wonderful teacher she is!
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Almira N. June 1, 2018
· Piano · In home
Sarabeth is very patient, crystal clear in her explanations and super enjoyable. My two boys were very happy and relaxed with her and with her guidance, they produced beautiful piano music. We will miss her after she moves away to LA. Good luck with your career, Sarabeth!
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Montebello, CA 90640
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About Evan B.

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Evan is a freelance musician in the Los Angeles area. Before moving to Los Angeles, he was a freelance tubist and educator in Atlanta, GA. He performed regularly with the Georgia State University Wind Ensemble and Orchestra, Emory University Wind Ensemble, and The Georgia Brass Band. While freelancing, Evan also maintained a private tuba studio as well as teaching part-time at high schools in the Atlanta areas.

Evan has had the privilege to perform with a wide variety of music ensembles. He has performed with various orchestras and wind ensembles as well as other ensembles which include brass quintet, tuba quartet, tuba/euphonium quartet, brass bands, Tamborazo groups, jazz combos, big band jazz ensembles, marching bands, and Dixieland jazz groups. While performing with these various ensembles, he has taught students at area high scho
ols in GA and CA to be involved with the many opportunities available.

Evan has performed with various orchestras and wind ensembles at venues in the South East United States such as the Tivoli Theatre, Atlanta Symphony Hall, Woodruff Arts Center, Rialto Concert Hall, Carnegie Hall, and the Fox Theatre. He has also performed in Walt Disney Concert Hall since moving to Los Angeles.

Evan is currently pursuing a Master of Music degree in Tuba Performance at the University of Southern California in Los Angeles, CA. There he studies with Norman Pearson, Doug Tornquist, and Jim Self. He received his Bachelor of Music degree in Music Education from Georgia State University in Atlanta, GA. There he studied tuba with Eric Bubacz as well as taking lessons from Dr. Adam Frey (euphonium) and Dr. Cory Mixdorf (trombone). While at Georgia State, Evan met his wife, Caitlin. In their leisure, the couple enjoys going on hikes, exploring new areas around Los Angeles, experiencing new cuisine, and staying at home and watching TV shows and movies.
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Evan B.

Evan B.

Los Angeles, CA 90007
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About Tracy T.

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Whittier, CA

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I'm a full time student violinist attending Fullerton JC as a music performance major. I just graduated from La Mirada High School in 2017. During my junior year of high school, I started the music club where we would organize events called "art nights", displaying an art gallery along with musicians performing on stage in the quad. I've been playing violin for 7 years and have given my classmates lessons in high school for a year. I was concert master at La Mirada high school as well as the district honor orchestra (NLMUSD honor orchestra). I have also played in musicals for 4 years in the pit orchestra. Outside of school, I would gather my friends to play chamber music in piano trios, string quartets, and duos. I have also played violin competitively in the SCSBOA solo/ensemble festival, earning a superior and making it to regionals.
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jennie October 19, 2018
· Violin · In home
just had my first lesson from tracy and she was really nice, she pointed out what I was doing wrong and the corrected the way I hold my bow and violin,,
thanks a lot!
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Alex October 5, 2018
· Violin · In studio
Thankyou Tracy for being good teacher for my son. Very helpful for violin
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Mindy September 7, 2018
· Violin · In studio
my daughter has improved so much in just a few lessons! thank you miss Tracy
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Whittier, CA 90604
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About Frank T.

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Canyon Country, CA

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My personal philosophy is that good basic technique is the same no matter what style you perform. I hold a BA in Vocal Music/Performance.

My teaching career has includes teaching and coaching singers for over 45 years. During these years I have successfully trained adults, youths and children for choirs and as soloists in all styles.

My performance career includes choir soloist, opera lead rolls. I have also held positions as church choir director (25 years), opera chorus master (15 years) and conductor and coach for high school (17 years) and children's choir (6 years).

Over my career I have performed in and coached diction in several languages including Latin, German, Italian, French, Spanish and several others and can help you with diction in all of them,

I have also taught high school music history for over 15 years
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Bryan Curiel July 16, 2018
· Classical Voice · In studio
If your are looking to be the Best. Be trained by the BEST TEACHER! Frank Thomas has been my best vocal trainer for years. I couldn’t be the singer I am with out frank. I wouldn’t be in operas, solos and many musicals journeys with out his ways of training me. DON’T look anywhere else. This is the best and also he is fun!!! I remember when I first started with him. In 3 days. Yes 3 days with me working on my voice with him I heard a big dramatic operatic voice come out of me!!!! I’m telling you look no further. Trust me.
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Amanda July 16, 2018
· Classical Voice · In studio
Mr. Thomas is an outstanding vocal coach! He is patient, understanding, passionate and positive. I've been with him for about 5 years now doing Classical music. I started out as alto and now I am a mezzo soprano. Mr. Thomas never gives up on you and always make sure that you are having fun on what you do and improve on your technique but also to be apart of the piece and understand where it's coming from. I am still doing lessons with him to this day! He gives you many opportunities to expand and learn.
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Frank T.

Canyon Country, CA 91351
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