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Vince L.

Cape Canaveral, FL

About Vince

*** Studio Equipment *** Living Room: Seating for parents, (huge round circular couch), non-smoking *** Travel Equipment *** students need their own instruments *** Specialties *** I like the Hal Lennard music book series. Alfreds book second followed by Mel Bay. Learning the correct way to read, the student can drift to any style he prefers. I like the standards jazz and blues

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Hillary E.

Titusville, FL

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*** Travel Equipment *** I have been volunteering .and observing Brevard County school students for the last 20 years. I have three children of my own, so I am very comfortable at being with children. I have my BS degree in Education and plan on getting my teaching certificate in Reading. I currently am working as an Ambassador for Connected Living at a local assisted living facility. I am also currently volunteering at Parrish Medical Center and the SPCA in Titusville, FL. I am also writing articles on parenting for the Examiner and write a movie review blog. I am also very serious on writing screenplays. *** Specialties *** I have experience in musicals and the classical genres. I also have experience with singing in a choir and solos. Along with a love of music, I also ...

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Nathaniel F.

Palm Bay, FL

About Nathaniel

Hello my name is nate and i've been working within the music industry and have been teaching music since 2010. And i have worked in the field of graphic design for 10 years. My prices are the minimum takelessons will allow me to set and if i could i would go lower because teaching someone a new hobby or skill and helping someone express themselves creatively is indeed its own reward. I can't wait to hear from you. cheers! :) *** Travel Equipment *** I can provide 2 electric guitars stagg and firstact as well as one acoustic. I can also provide a portable yamaha piano. I would hope the students could provide their own amplifier, but if not i also have two at my disposal. For idigital art i have 2 tablets at my disposal. *** Specialties *** Rock, Punk, Recording and Producing, ...

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David A E.

Rockledge, FL

About David A

I am a patient teacher with good skills in determining any potential problems with embouchure and technique and how to solve them. Developing good tone, rhythmic and sight reading skills are a priority.

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