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Speaks French, Italian, German, Romanian, Spanish
Teaching since 2007
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate
Laura holds a Bachelor of Music degree from Westminster Choir College and a Master of Music degree from the Catholic University of America. She has been playing piano since the age of 5 and often accompanies her voice students and choirs. Most recently Laura taught piano and voice at the International School of Music in Bethesda, MD and is excited to now be teaching out of her home studio in Denver.
Hi, I’m Laura, and I want to tell you right now, you CAN sing and you SHOULD sing. From birth until death, the voice is our primary vehicle for expression. When you take a voice lesson, you are learning more than just good vocal technique (though that’s important). You’re learning about yourse
Teaches students 6 and up
Music Business And Technology from New York University
Hello from Adam! My career has been an awesome mix of formal education, teaching and touring.
On the school side, I am a graduate of New York University's Music Business + Technology program.
I have been teaching since 2010, doing both private lessons as well as group and individual sessions at Denver's famed Swallow Hill Music. Part of my duties with Swallow Hill included working with their House Of Rock summer camp program instructing young adults in the 12-18 age range.
I am passionate about teaching guitar and someone that prides themselves on tailoring each lesson to the individual student by putting in the necessary time to prepare materials in advance. I don't have a one-size-fits-all "method" and strive to only provide helpful and applicable instruction. My comfort zone goes anywhere from kids just starting out to adults in working bands that need to add some tricks to their guitar ouevre.
I have been the subject of a full-page feature in Vintage Guitar magazine
According to Vintage Guitar Magazine I am "looking to bring a new sound to instrumental guitar music" and that my original songs are "a memorable mix of country, jazz, rock and soul that transcends all genres." As a sideman, my resume includes numerous tours with national acts and I've also had song
Elementary Education from College of the Ozarks
Kevin J. has been writing, recording, and playing music for over 25 years. Music is meant to be fun and it is his goal to help others enjoy music. He has been a teacher for 11 years and has composed hundreds of songs. He is passionate about teaching his students the songs they want to learn, no matter the difficulty. He specialized in guitar, drums, and song writing.
Kevin has a great way of encouraging others to keep going no matter what challenge is in front of them.
The 75 minute session is to pay for a group jam.
I truly enjoy teaching. I've taught in the public school classroom for 11 years. Teaching music is so so much FUN! And it should be fun for the students to learn. When I'm teaching I tell all my students that if they don't enjoy and smile about something, then we need to change something. I
Speaks German, Italian, French
Master of Music from University of North Texas
Awarded Most Popular Teacher for Beginning Music Students from Colorado Free University- John Hand
History was one of my favorite subjects from elementary through graduate studies.
Whether you need help studying, preparing for a test or need to study a particular time in history I can teach you. We make it fun as well!
Growing up in Denver, I had a huge desire for singing and performing. By age 14, I was taking weekly singing & piano lessons, was acting constantly in local productions-many times getting the lead role. Some of the productions I acted in: The Wizard of Oz (Dorothy), Camelot, Anything Goes (Reno
Teaching since 2016
Early Child Education from Community college of Denver
New Zealand with poi balls.
Poi balls are for all ages and it is also specially for children with learning disability such as dyslexia. Poi balls are a culture from the island of New Zealand. In this lesson you will learn the basics of the spin techniques how to hold the poi ball first you will use one hand at a time and master later both hands to be able do to the motions and how to spin the poi balls and to put a mini combo dance routine with some music.
At another studio i was teaching called feel the beat Taught about 3 months. i was teaching Hula and Tahitian 30 mins each basic and at the end of class 15mins i would do poi balls were all level one.
My name is Beatris I am from Denver Colorado I am bilingual in English and Spanish. I can teach in both languages English and Spanish. my classes are for all ages from 10 and up.i would like to teach belly dancing, Tahitian New Zealand, and pole dance. Belly dancing I will teach a Beginner to interm
Both my young granddaughter and I benefitted from her knowledge and skills. She not only taught us basic moves, but how to be graceful when using our arms and hands.
My favorite was learning how to use a veil and zills (like castanets) to help us feel the movement with our own sound. You'd enjoy learning from Beatris how to use your body in an interesting, creative way that's good exercise.
Teaches students 5 and up
Teaching since 1972
Organ has been a love of mine from young childhood. I was even saving my lunch money in elementary school to purchase my first organ. I have been fortunate to have some fine instructors both privately and at the college level. For many years I was the house organist at the Aladdin Theater playing for many special events on the 3 manual Wicks Theater Pipe Organ. When home organs were very popular I had daily classes of organ students both private and adult. Currently I am minister of music for the Presbyterian Church in Georgetown, Colorado along with my teaching and consulting.
Coming form a musical family, I cannot remember when music was not a part of my life. Both my parents were musicians, my father an instrumentalist and arranger and my mother a fine pianist. From the age of seven they encouraged and assisted my music education any way they could. Music came first
I'm excited about practicing and my future accomplishments with Ron's expert and encouraging ways of teaching.
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Missy is very professional and provides some interesting pointers, (HeHe), not laughing. I expect to gain much ability from her input. I am a beginner singer, but elderly. I believe Missy will be able to extend my vocal range. I entered a singing contest last year for the first time and this is why I have chosen to get some lessons. See you on the Ryman stage in the latter part of this year."
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