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Speaks Italian, English, Spanish
Teaches students 5 and up
Licentiate degree, Journalism from Universidad Europea de Madrid
Spanish is a complex language but I assure you will enjoy while learning!!
Spaniard journalist with 10 years experience, I speak a perfect Spanish (from Spain) and a good english. My lessons are all very fun, I use the best method: speak, read and write in Spanish all the time! If you want, I guarantee after 3 months you can speak and understand basic Spanish language. S
Speaks Spanish, Romanian, German, Italian, French
Master of Music Voice Pedagogy and Performance from Catholic University of America
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 5 and up
Master of Music from University of Denver
Teaching since 2010
I welcome piano students of all ages and levels of experience. I don't have a set curriculum or required method book, as I feel that it's important to tailor lessons to the individual student. I work with my students to learn how to read music and feel it's important to include theory and ear training to have a more complete understanding of how and why we do what we do as we're playing. I specialize in classical music, but am happy to work on music from other genres such as rock, pop, and Broadway, or others. I feel this allows my students to be fully engaged at their lessons when the music we're working on is something that interests them.
I have loved music almost all my life. I began my lifelong journey to immerse myself in learning piano at age seven. At thirteen, I added violin lessons as well. By the time I reached high school, I knew that music would be my major in college, and that music would always be a vital part of my life.
Teaches students 16 and up
Tap Dance from Cherry Creek Dance
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate
I’m available to teach private lessons for teens and adults interested in learning to do tap or ballet for the first time, or who want to improve their skills. My strengths are patience, enthusiasm, and an unusual way of approaching dance. I’m not famous or particularly interested in becoming famous, so if that’s your goal, I’m not the right teacher for you. I strongly believe everyone can dance, and should. All bodies can learn to dance and enjoy themselves. Dance should be joyful, about self-expression, and a way of learning about your body and your spirit. Finally, I believe it’s never too late to start learning something new, and your bucket list should not wait until you retire.
I started dance later in life -- tap at 19 and ballet at 31 -- because I was so tall and awkward as a child. It never occurred to me that people my size could be dancers. I fell in love with dance as an escape from a stressful job teaching high school history. I saw such changes in myself the more I
Speaks French, Italian, German
Awarded Most Popular Teacher for Beginning Music Students from Colorado Free University- John Hand
Master of Music from University of North Texas
I can teach beginners in English, French, Italian & German from beginners to Intermediate. Advanced and Performance levels for English, Italian and French studies.
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
Music Business And Technology from New York University
Teaches students 6 and up
Teaching since 2007
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
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By Andrew W. - Denver French Teacher
Interested in taking French lessons in Denver? Denver has a long history of ethnic and language diversity. Denver has been home to immigrants from Latin America, East Asia, Africa and European countries, like France. Many of the immigrants from Africa and the Caribbean are French speaking, although their dialects may be slightly different from the French that is spoken in France.
When you’re taking French lessons in Denver, there are lots of great resources to aid you in your studies. Here are a few of the places you should explore while you’re taking French lessons in Denver.
The Alliance Française de Denver
The Alliance Francaise de Denver was founded in 1883 to promote French culture and language in non-French speakin
g countries. It is the oldest nonprofit organization in Denver, and the only French language, culture, and resource center in Colorado.
The Alliance offers social and cultural events for the community including lectures, art exhibits, film screenings, wine tastings, and cooking classes. They also have an incredible library of books, films, and music.
Denver Metro French Table
If you’re looking for a fun way to practice your French skills, head on over to the Rooster & Moon Coffee Pub on Tuesday nights for the Denver Metro French Table. This weekly event is a great way for French enthusiast to meet and network with others who love all things Français!
Enjoy a cup of coffee, a delicious pasty, or some tapas while you practice your French conversation skills. Beginners through fluent speakers are welcome.
International School of Denver
Another option for young students or adults is the International School of Denver. There is a French Ministry of National Education accreditation for their program, and all French instruction is delivered by native French speakers.
From kindergarten through eighth grade, students with a French emphasis undergo instruction in both English and French. The school also offers summer camps in many different subjects including French and Le Chef.
Restaurants, Cafes, and Bakeries
Denver is home to many amazing places to eat, drink, and be social. They also have quite a few that places that serve French food, pastries, and delicacies.
Le Central is one of the best French restaurants in Denver and an affordable option for French cuisine. Although the price point is lower than most French restaurants, the food is delicious and the restaurant serves authentic French cuisine.
Z Cuisine Bistro is another great option for delicious French food. The menu changes frequently in order to incorporate fresh, seasonal ingredients.
If you’re looking for an authentic café atmosphere, The French Press Café and Bakery is a great choice. Enjoy local Boulder Coffee, delicious European pastries, and gourmet French food.
Trompeau Bakery, near Denver University, is another great option for a variety of French croissants, quiches, cookies, and pastries.
Whether you want to learn French or simply experience French culture, Denver has everything you need. When you’re taking French lessons in Denver, feel free to explore all of the fantastic opportunities to practice your French-speaking skills and learn about French language and culture.
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