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I have taken lessons with David for about 5 years. He is not the typical instructor you run in
I took lessons from Jeff on and off for about 15yrs. I started off on the bass and then tried learning some guitar. I really had a great
I bought my daughter (age 6) a guitar for Christmas and figured I should at least invest in a few lessons unless
Jill Good is an amazing music teacher for all ages and can connect with any student on both an intellectual and personal level. I wo
I started playing the violin at age 4 and while I have loved all my teachers, I still wish I had someone as brilliant as Jill instructing me. For any age, Jill Good is perfection."
As a student/client of over 15 years, I have experienced the instructor to always be exceptional. He listens to his clients/students
Distance isn't a barrier and never has been one! Kenneth has been able to accommodate my recording and instructional needs while I've traveled all over the country! Having a dependable instructor/service provider has been the key to our long standing business relationship and I would recommend Kenneth to anyone needing the awesome services his company provides."
I have been taking music lessons with Daniel since April of 2013 and it has been a great learning experience.
I had no musical background and I started learning Saxophone with Daniel and 7 months later, I am able to play popular songs that he chooses to fit best for enhancing learning curve. He does a great job with reinforcing correct habits from the very beginning and has been very encouraging and has highlighted improvement as we go from class to class. As music learning can be frustratingly slow, the feedback and reassurance he provides definitely helps in keep going back for more.
I wanted to learn guitar and piano with him as well, he encouraged to learn only Piano (for enhancing learning curve for musical theory concepts) and hold guitar for later. Which speaks about how he is genuinely concerned about your learning of music with sound reasoning. So now I take guitar and Piano lessons with him. He is very patient, polite and professional. He is great with students of all ages and easily modifies teaching style as per student needs.
Besides all that he is a great person to talk to. Numerous times we have had great discussions about things outside music.
I would highly recommend Daniel for music lessons to everyone."
Asuka is a wonderful teacher â a skilled musician, very knowledgeable about the voice, and patient. I have learned a lot
I don't know how Eric Jayk did it. He turned my hand of thumbs into strumming fingers. Basically Eric is a professional yet humble
I started taking guitar lessons with Richie having no previous experience with play
Richie quickly taught me the basics of guitar and how to read music. Over the last 2-1/2 years he has helped me overcome my lack of rhythm, has taught me music theory, how to structure songs and techniques of soloing in various scales.
I've enjoyed getting out in my spare time and watching Richie perform in his acoustic and blues bands and have developed a new appreciation of music.
I now practice/play daily for enjoyment and only wish that my job wasn't taking me away from this area. Otherwise, I would be continuing my lessons with Richie for years to come."
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Mike began playing in the seventh grade, and was all-state by the tenth grade. His Bachelor's of Music Ed, and his Master's of
Playing trumpet and trombone professionally since the 60's, his career has included: The Phares Corder Dance Orchestra, The Monroe Symphony Orchestra, Miss Louisiana and Miss Mississippi Pageants, Little Theater, Barnum and Bailey's Circus, Holiday on Ice, The Bob Hope Show, USO Tour of Europe, The Tom Jones Show, Sonny and Cher Tour, New Life Band, The Atlanta Swing Orchestra, The Sentimental Journey Orchestra, The Atlanta Trombone Ensemble, and too many other solo and ensemble performances to list. I currently sing and play trumpet and guitar professionally in the Charleston area.
"I love to play and teach all types of music."
Verified Student · Trumpet · In home
Following is a bit more about me - it's a little "formal" ... but it will give you a few additional details about my background that you might find helpful in deciding whether or not I'm the teacher or coach for you! Happy reading!
With more than twenty-five years of performance experience, Judith is at home with a repertoire ranging from medieval song to Baroque opera and oratorio to American musical theater. Her performances have taken her across North America and the UK, appearing as featured soloist with a number of leading period and modern ensembles and orchestras and as presenter, guest artist and faculty at a variety of international workshops and festivals.
Not only a performer, Judith is also an educator, with extensive experience in private teaching as well as in directing and coaching of both large and small vocal ensembles in a variety of styles and genres - from Early Music to barbershop to Broadway - and has served as Director of Music for a number of churches and various performing organizations.
Judith holds both Masters and Doctoral degrees in Early Music Performance Practices from Case Western Reserve University, Ohio, as well as a Bachelor's degree in Vocal Performance from The College of Charleston, SC, with additional post-graduate work at the University of Texas at Austin and the Indiana University Institute of Early Music where she studied performance practices, music history, opera and theater. She currently serves as Adjunct Faculty in Voice at The College of Charleston, SC, and has held positions as lecturer and adjunct faculty in music history, vocal pedagogy, graduate research methodology and applied voice at both Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland and Hiram College in Hiram, Ohio. Judith is ever-active as guest faculty and lecturer for workshops, special events, and continuing and community education forums.
Noted for being "even stronger when she is allowed to act as well as sing" (Cleveland Plain Dealer), Judith is equally active in the theater, taking leading roles not only in Musical Theater but also a variety of dramatic and comedic productions, and has received both repeated critical acclaim and regional acting awards for her performances.
Judith is also an accomplished instrumentalist, making appearances at a number of events and with a variety of early music ensembles across North America. She has been performing on Shawm, recorders and hand drums for more than twenty years.
Judith can be heard on recordings and broadcasts with Counterpoint (UK) Istanpitta, Contrapunctus, Quire Cleveland, The King's Counterpoint, Apollo's Fire, The Serlo Consort (UK), the Texas Early Music Project, the Atlanta Baroque Orchestra, the Columbus Bach Ensemble, the Dayton Bach Society, the Warren Philharmonic, Amherst Early Music, Inc., and the Charleston Pro Musica.
*Please note that lessons cancelled without 24-hours notice or otherwise under exceptional circumstances will be charged. Thank you!*
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At UNM, he was the Assistant Conductor of the UNMSO, and until September 2014, the first Music Director of the Health Sciences Center Orchestra (HSCO) at UNM. Other conducting engagements apart from UNM have included work as a guest conductor with the Albuquerque Philharmonic Orchestra and Music Director at Landmark Musical Theater.
In addition to conducting, he still maintains an active performing career – he has performed professionally on both piano and clarinet with organizations such as the National Broadway Tour of “Wicked”, New Mexico Symphonic Chorus, San Juan Symphony, and the Roswell Symphony. In Albuquerque, Wojciech also serves as the accompanist/pianist at the First Unitarian Church, and works with Opera Southwest in various capacities.
Verified Student · Piano · In home
Verified Student · Clarinet · In studio
Each vocal lesson will focus on the technical aspects of proper vocal technique including: pitch development, ear training, music theory, rhythm, musicality, and proper breath support. Acting lessons will work on improv skills, projection, objective, and choice. We will be silly, we will have fun, and we will learn and grow!
“A child who sings is a happy child” – Elder Enrique Falabella
Verified Student · Vocal Training · In studio
· Vocal Training · In home
Verified Student · Vocal Training · In home
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