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Bob Story? That's easy - amazing guitar player and great teacher! I highly recommend studying with him."
Bob is a great teacher! One of the words i think describe him well is professional, and also a really nice
Bob i've improved my overall guitar skills in ways i never even imagined. I would highly recommend him to anyone at any level. Check out his website here: http://www.bobstory.com"
Bob is a very gifted guitar teacher, Who has an enormous amount of knowledge and the ability to access a students needs to i
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About D. Chandrika
I create customized lesson plans for each of my students to ensure each lesson is a positive experience. The curriculum is taught using different method books, including Suzuki, and styles of music tailored to the students interests and goals.
My focus is on good physical technique, practice techniques, and performance habits. As well as basic music theory skills that help with overall musicality.
*** Studio Equipment ***
Students must provide their instruments, however I can help to advise on purchase or rental. I will advise for books but ultimately students must purchase these as well.
*** Travel Equipment ***
Students must provide their instruments and stands, I will advise for books but ultimately students must purchase these as well.
· Cello · In studio
· Cello · In studio
· Cello · In home
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I aim to teach my students how to sing through kinesthesia. This allows them to internalize what they are doing in the studio so they can practice it at home and be more successful. Practicing what they learn in the studio will help them gain good habits, making singing and performing more effortless. One of the hard things about learning how to sing, is learning to use muscles you can not see. This is why kinesthesia is important! It helps the student learn how everything feels, so they can produce free, open, resonant sounds.
I also aim to teach my students artistry! Music can be a powerful influence in our lives and society. It is important for a student to learn to connect with their music so they can be better perfor
Last, I am a member of NATS. This allows me to continue my education on the voice and gives me new insights from other great teachers and vocal scientists around the nation. By being a member of this association, it also allows me to give my students opportunities to compete in competitions and get feedback from other great teachers.
I grew up in Centennial, Colorado and started playing the violin in 4th grade. I developed an interest in singing in middle school, and started voice lessons when I was 16. I have been singing ever since!
I graduated from Brigham Young University-Idaho in April 2009, with a Bachelor degree in Music Science. I emphasized in vocal instruction.
I am happily married to my husband, Kevin, who is currently studying to be an optometrist.
· Violin · In studio
· Violin · In studio
Style: I teach primarily classical and acoustic guitar focusing on contemporary as well as older styles. From Renaissance to Baroque, 18th century and modern, each lesson will be tailored to your needs and ability.
It is important to develop a good right and left hand technique, whether finger-style or by using a pick. It's also important to focus on sight-reading both notation and tab (depending on your level), that way you'll be able to learn songs a lot faster and easier. We will work on ensemble music and practice, so that playing with others is not a completely unknown experience f
Lessons: I teach primarily from home, and travel to students' homes when I have to. I have my own guitars, amplifiers and gear. Although I do ask the student to bring the following:
Notebook and a pencil (not pen)
I can provide the sheet music/tab initially, although it's important for the student to purchase his own materials eventually.
Specialties: I focus primarily on three methods (although not exclusive).
1. The Principles of Correct Practice for Guitar
2. Pumping Nylon
3."Bridges" guitar series by the Royal Conservatory
Looking forward to hearing from you!
· Acoustic Guitar · In home
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· Filmmaking · In studio
I would love to start lessons with you soon.
Check out my website: http://www.strum2thebeatguitar.com/
My Video: https://youtu.be/qw9BpEU1t08
· Guitar · In home
· Guitar · In studio
Haha Thank you Kevin!
· Acoustic Guitar · Online
As an active chamber musician, Ava was the first violinist in Truman State University’s President’s String Quartet, the university’s only highly competitive string chamber ensemble. She toured Italy twice with the President’s String Quartet, performing recitals in 2013 and 2015.
At CU, Ava has served as concert master and principal second violinist of the Eklund Opera Orchestra, as well as section violinist with the University o
Ava is currently pursuing her Doctorate of Music in Violin Performance at the University of Colorado-Boulder under Professor Harumi Rhodes. Her past teachers include Dr. Sam McClure, Julie Lundgren, and Kathy Karpicke.
· Violin · In home
I say that Ava is always on time and very accommodating. We have had to change our schedule a few times, but we have always found a way to make lesson time work. Thank you!
I have started teaching private lessons since high school, and into my college and graduate school years. I have taken classes on pedagogy and teaching artistry in creative ways, such as teaching students to do improvisations and asking questions in order to get them engaged in the learning process. I have played classical, jazz, pop, and latin music, and can teach an array of different genres. I believe music contributes to a well-ro
· Flute · In home
· Flute · In home
Her ear for pitch/tone and the various 'artifact' background variances in my blowing/breathing structure and ways toward a remedy is amazing.
Any teacher can show a student posture and finger placement, but her teaching techniques go far beyond that.
I am more than pleased with her commitment to excellence.
Thank you April.
· Flute · In home
I have a degree from the IU School of Music and have been teaching for over 23 years. This December will be my 17th annual student recital.
I perform instrumental acoustic guitar music for weddings, receptions and upscale cocktail parties. I've also recently put together a band to perform Southern Rock and Texas Blues and we’ve been getting a great response at all the events we’ve been playing this Summer!
I'm recently remarried, have a 13 year old daughter and love living in Colorado!
I started teaching through a music store in Longmont, CO soon after graduating from the Indiana University School of Music. After that store closed down I've continued teaching through different music academies and have averaged 30+ students per week.
My name is Kohl and I am a graduate of Indiana Universit
As a teacher, I have a very straight forward, easy-to-progress approach that works great with any age of student ranging from beginning to advanced levels in the styles of Acoustic, Electric, Finger Picking, Blues, Rock, Folk, Classical, & Celtic Fingerstyle.
Guitar Techniques: Lead guitar, Rhythm guitar, Open tuning, Fingerpicking, Slide Guitar, Vocal Accompaniment, Performance, Improvisation, Jamming Skills, Reading Music, Music Theory, Scales and Exercises, Song Writing, Recording and Production, Guidance In Equipment Selection.
What I enjoy most about the work I do?
Showing a student a new technique or exercise that will become a song at the next lesson!
I also enjoy making difficult musical concepts easy to understand.
· Guitar ·
I've been performing and teaching for nearly a dozen years, and I want to get you where you want to be on six strings!
Love The three Kings? Jimi? Stevie? Buddy Guy? Clapton? Bloomfield? Muddy? etc?
So do I, and I've got the time and experience to get you playing like the greats while maintaining your own unique tone and style. With me, you get not only the time we spend in lesson, but whatever time it takes to provide you with the lesson plan and materials necessary to get you where you want to be effectively and enjoyably.
I want to tailor the curriculum to YOU: your schedule, your learning style, your interests, learning specific songs or licks, technique, practice, performance, etc. Wherever you want to be on the fret board, we'll get there... and we'll both learn a lot, and have
Contact me today so we can start to create your learning plan!
His performance experience spans a range of many shows and venues including The Fox Theatre in Boulder, Timpanist for the Boulder Symphony Orchestra, and several venues on the campus of Berklee College of Music where he studied Drum Set, Film Scoring, and Contemporary Writing and Production
Currently, Max is working remotely with two successful film composers: Nick Dolan, an award-winning
Besides playing drums as a gun for hire in various bands and writing music, Max spends his time teaching, running an online production studio, and practicing his instruments. He also enjoys coffee, weightlifting, drawing, and spending time with his three dogs and family.
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