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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

Hillary E. Titusville, FL

About Hillary

*** 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 ...

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, ...

Peter D. Palm Bay, FL

About Peter

I have been playing guitar for 20 years and currently play in a local band. Learn to play your favorite songs with me. Have fun whilst learning! *** Lesson Details *** Logical step by step lessons to learn notes, chords, scales and ultimately play your favorite songs. Learn in the comfort of your home. Complete beginners to intermediate All ages

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.

Jessica P. Satellite Beach, FL

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Jessica graduated Northwestern University in 2013, where she earned a Bachelor of Music in clarinet performance under Steve Cohen, Lawrie Bloom, and Leslie Grimm, as well as a Bachelor of Arts in psychology. She studied a year in Vienna Austria under Stefan Neubauer of the Vienna State Opera House. She loves encouraging students of all ages and abilities to make the most of their clarinet experience. After completing her undergraduate studies, Jessica returned to her home state where she is passionate about promoting art in her own community. Currently based in Orlando, Florida, Jessica is a board member and performer for the wind ensemble, Central Florida Winds. She is also a docent at the Foosaner Art Musem and plays as a substitute in the Space Coast Symphony Orchestra and their ...

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3 Swoon-Worthy Ukulele Songs to Play for Your Sweetheart
Since Valentine's Day is coming up fast, now is the perfect time for learning a few easy ukulele songs to impress that special someone. While there are many songs out there that might be easy and romantic, these are our top 3 picks: 3. Jason Mraz - "I'm Yours" Coming in at number three, we've got a song by Jason Mraz, "I'm Yours". This song is pretty simple, with only 5 chords throughout the entire song, and minimal riffs that you need to learn. In fact, the video shows an incredibly young

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