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Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
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From how to hold a stick and drum rudiments through reading advanced from music and playing to a click track
Hi! I'm Scott. I have a live-broadcasting/recording studio at home and have performed with bands as a singer, guitarist, saxophonist, bassist, percussionist, and as a sound engineer. I've written, performed and recorded 2 albums and regularly live stream music now. I was a voting member of th
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Teaches Elementary, Middle School, High School, College
Teaches students 5 and up
When it comes to the basics, practice makes perfect. I will help you find the topics you're struggling with and from there we will walk through examples until you completely understand how to do it on your own.
My friends and family often call me a professional student. I completed my associate degree within my last two years of high school through dual enrollment. Throughout my school years, I've had many experiences with professional tutors and I paid attention to how they helped me learn. I've been able
Teaching since 2014
Master's Degree, Musical Theatre Music Directing from Royal Conservatoire of Scotland
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- Experience with singers of all backgrounds and styles
- 15+ years experience as a professional vocalist, choral singer, vocal coach, music director, and conductor
- Specifically tailored "lesson trajectory" for each student based on their interests, previous experience, and goals
- Flexible hours and scheduling
- Responds quickly by phone, email, or text
- Happy to negotiate lesson payment
Hello, I'm Jake, a voice and piano teacher originally hailing from Nashville, Tennessee. I recently moved to New York City after completing a master's degree in Musical Theatre Music Directing at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland. I have 15+ years of experience as a professional vocalist, pianist,
Speaks Hindi, English
Contemporary Writing and Production from Berklee College of Music
Teaches students 5 and up
Hello! I have been teaching guitar for over 7 years now. Form beginners to advanced students I make it my duty to find the students interests and help them develop their own sound. As a Berklee College of Music graduate I have studied composition and music production, skills that I am happy to teach any student. In addition to teaching guitar my students have the option to learn music theory, as well as recording and mixing original compositions that we develop together in class and as homework assignments (DAWs - Logic & Protools). My specialities include Blues, Classic Rock, Jazz & electronic beat production.
I have been playing guitar, piano, bass, ukulele and drums for 11 years now (teaching for 8 years). As a teenager I started playing all kinds of music and quickly became obsessed. At the age of 21 (2013) I went to Berklee College of Music where I studied guitar, composition and music production for
I'm not young, and I'm hard to teach music theory to, but he was patient, and is helping me figure a way into learning important stuff that I find kinda dry and not fun to practice. (I'm a good player, but music theory is very challenging to me.)
Awarded Certificate of Appreciation from Hillsborough Community College Student Government
Master of Music in Choral Conducting from University of South Florida
When breathing properly, singing is an aerobic activity. It can be like jogging while standing in one spot, so be prepared to have fun while getting a good workout. We're going to do vocal exercises and sing songs from different eras and genres to help you increase your breath support, sharpen your diction, broaden your range, focus your sound and enrich your tone. Developing vocal technique can happen more rapidly than with external musical instruments, so noticeable changes can happen in months or even weeks!
Be advised that if you're only interested in pop music, I may not be the right teacher for you. The reason for this is that most pop music is not very melodic (the phrases are short and repetitive and the note range is limited) and most pop singers don't use good technique, so they aren't good examples to copy. That's why some of them have had surgery to correct vocal cord nodules (callouses, essentially) and a few of them have had to do this multiple times.
Each person has
Sharing the joy of music for over 40 years! Timeless and universal, music is a language that transcends all the spoken languages of the world. It is the language of the human heart and spirit. Cameron has worked with students of all ages, from children to senior adults. Whether you're just getti
professionally to pick up the violin basics easily. Aarav was not only able to learn from him, but really enjoyed him as a teacher, as well.
Cameron is highly skilled at teaching. I would highly recommend him .
I started taking voice lessons for the first time at a community college in Arizona. After moving to Florida, I met Cameron and resumed studying voice. It has been my pleasure to work with him and feel fortunate to have him as my teacher. He has helped me tremendously.
In the past, I was a baritone, but Cameron has worked with me to extend my range, so now I am more of a bari/tenor. He has helped me learn better breathing technique, so now I can hold my notes twice as long and my tone is very much improved.
It has been an honor to sing the National Anthem on multiple occasions with our local veteran's AVAST Color Guard presentations. Cameron worked with me for many lessons to improve my rendition of the Anthem. The Star-Spangled Banner is not an easy song and I wanted to sing it correctly. Cameron was very patient and helped me with the rhythm and diction. I sing it unaccompanied and I don’t read music, and I am in my 70’s. I think I am a challenge for my teacher! I have received several complementary letters on my performances, so I shared those complements with him because I could not have received them with out his help.
I highly recommend Cameron as a teacher and an honest person.
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Teaching since 2005
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Hola. I’m a native Spanish speaker with colleague degree. I can teach grammar rules as well as conversational skills.
I'm a professional developer and technology consultant with more than 15 years of experience working with Fortune 500 companies and financial institutions. I have a BS degree in Computer Science. I'm been very focused on building my career and I can't wait to share tips and lessons learned from work
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