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About Cory M.

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I have studied music theory with several and world class musicians including Mike Longo, Walter Bishop Jr. Warn Marsh.
We work on sight reading, ear training, and theory.
I have an easy style and like my students to enjoy their lessons.

About Cory
So you want to play an instrument? Well I have taught for over 40 years and have developed special programs for you on piano, guitar, bass, voice and other instruments for you to learn. From easy beginner to the most advanced, I will help you to learn the songs you love! Whether we use the most modern technology in my professional recording studio or just some chords or perhaps learning to sight read something for a talent show, I can take you all the way to the highest performance level. Your goals are my goals.
I have studied with some of the most famous teachers in the world, including Charlie Parker's pianist Walter Bishop Jr. and Dizzy Gillespie's musical director Mike Longo, among many others.
I also have the experience of over 400 gigs a year to bring to your lesson. I have performed on piano, guitar and bass and voca
ls with famous stars and some really great bands which will help me answer many of your questions. I am currently still working, teaching and recording all the time. I also have a professional recording studio in my home which you can take full advantage of.

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I want you to have fun learning and can help you with understanding and memorizing your songs.
I focus on sight-reading, ear training (like jamming and playing blues) and theory. You get to choose the areas you would like to learn.
Once we have established the basics including melody and chords, we will pick songs you want to learn to play with your friends or just by yourself. We can use music books or go on YouTube to learn your songs.
I have helped students with auditions as well as performances. After only a few lessons you will hear and see things differently than ever before.

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My studio comes complete with acoustic and electric keyboards, acoustic and electric guitars, electric bass and amps to play through, as well as professional microphones for recording. I use ProTools for recording which is used in every major studio around the world and it's loaded with great software for demos or mastering songs.

*** Specialties ***
I teach beginner, intermediate and advanced students.
I teach all styles of music including Classical, Jazz, and Rock/Pop/Blues.
I also teach songwriting, performing and recording in my ProTools studio.
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Malcolm M. August 9, 2017
· Bass Guitar · In studio
Great bassist and overall musician. He will break down the concept of music giving you a better insight and understanding of how it all works. I have great confidence you too will be happy moving forward with his lessons.
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Malcolm M. July 14, 2017
· Bass Guitar · In studio
Very knowledgeable. Looking forward to the next course.
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Glenn June 5, 2017
· Music Theory · In home
Cory, is the Master Yoda of teaching music. That is truly evident in his patience, and honest desire to see you learn. Whether a beginner or an advanced musician like myself, Cory is exactly what you would hope to find in a great teacher. He is excellent in his skill and mastery of the art of music. That includes both his skill as a player, and in the science of music theory & harmony, When u see him play Piano, you will know instantly that he is a great master. Amazingly, he is also an awesome Guitarist & Bass Player. He has over 30 years of experience gigging on all 3, so there's no questioning his qualification to teach on all instruments. His seriousness as a true musician, and connoisseur of all forms of music & songwriting are especially beneficial to you. If you apply yourself, you will no doubt achieve your set goals, whatever they may be. Cory could be teaching at Juilliard or Berklee College of Music if he wanted to. That is not a joke. I went to Berklee, and so I am qualified to make that assertion. I learned a great deal studying with Cory, and that has translated into a priceless benefit for my own work.

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About Jina S.

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Private Piano Lessons are offered weekly on 30, 45, or 60 minute sessions, depending on the student's age/level. Students are expected to practice daily on a well-maintained piano. As part of taking private lessons, students are provided with a variety of performance and ensemble opportunities, including recitals, competitions, 'piano parties', and other engaging music-related events. Depending on your level and interests, we can create a personalized lesson curriculum to suit you. Please contact me for current studio rates. jinasilvapiano.com

I make sure all new students feel welcome. During your first lesson, we will play, sing, clap, and have fun! If you are a newcomer, please fill out the form located at the bottom of this page. I look forward to meeting you!

About Jina
Having recently completed her masters degree in Piano Performance at the University of Redlands, pianist Jina S. holds her private studio in Grand Junction, CO. During the past six years she has been the recipient of the prestigious LeHigh Endowed Piano scholarship, an award based on exceptional talent and pianistic promise, and has held a Graduate Assistantship in Accompanying. She began her musical training at an early age with piano and clarinet and continued through high school, where she participated in marching band playing clarinet, concert band playing French horn, and playing piano in jazz band, while taking piano lessons. She has traveled to Europe, studying with renowned pianists, Cordelia Hoffer, Alfons Kontarsky, and Francios Germain at the Mozarteum, Salzburg. She recently held the position of secretary of the Music Teac
her's National Association Redlands Chapter and participates yearly in Music Teachers' National Association student events.

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I am interested in the needs of each individual student. I aim to prepare each student to be able to fluently read and understand musical concepts during the course of study. Students can explore classical and popular genres, as well as participate in recitals to help improve their understanding and appreciation of music.

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For beginning students, I emphasize the importance of rhythmic comprehension, correct technique and theoretical understanding as an important musical foundation. Depending on the students' level and interests, I then customize my lesson plan and assignments to their specific needs.
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Karen J. May 8, 2014
· Music Performance ·
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Jina made Kylie feel comfortable during lessons and allowed her to participate in one of her recitals. I feel the lessons taught her how to vocalize and breathe properly and help bring her out of her shell as she is normally kinda shy in a crowd and new people in general.
Thank you Jina, it was a pleasure. :) We look forward to seeing you after Summer.
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About David G.

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Extensive training at Eastman School of Music and Bard College Conservatory of Music. Noted professors include: Steven Laitz, William Marvin, Christopher Gibbs, Kyle Gann, and James Bagwell.

About David
Winner of the 2016 Ansbacher Prize for Conducting, Scottish conductor David Gargaro was recently invited by the Vienna Philharmonic to take up residence at the 2016 Salzburg Festspiele. David currently holds the position of Principal Guest Conductor of the New Fine Arts Ensemble in South Korea, and has previously held artistic positions with both Opera Philadelphia, and New York Youth Symphony. Other accolades include being named as a finalist for the American Conducting Prize and semifinalist in the prestigious League of American Orchestras Bruno Walter Conductor Preview. This season, David was invited to conduct the BBC Symphony, London Mozart Players, and Hilliard Ensemble.

David has conducted orchestras such as the Virginia Symphony, New World Symphony, Hartford Symphony, Oregon Bach Festival Orchestra and Chorus, Bohuslav Martinu
Philharmonic, Portland Symphony, Winston-Salem Symphony, Cincinnati Philharmonia, Orchestra Society of Philadelphia, New York Youth Symphony, UCLA Philharmonia, New York Women in Music Festival Orchestra, Genovian Philharmonia, Cincinnati Concert Orchestra, Oistrach Symphony Orchestra, Bard Conservatory Orchestra, and Eastman Philharmonia.

David has collaborated with conductors such as Sir Roger Norrington, Michael Tilson Thomas, Helmuth Rilling, JoAnn Falletta, Gustav Meier, Kenneth Kiesler, Leon Botstein, Cliff Colnot, Jorge Mester, Kirk Trevor, David Effron, David Loebel, Mark Gibson, Markand Thakar, Apo Hsu, Jeffrey Meyer, and Donald Schleicher.

Born in Germany, David began his musical studies at St. Mary’s Music School in Edinburgh, Scotland where he studied trumpet with Marcus Pope and piano with John Cameron. In 2005, David accepted a scholarship to study trumpet at Eastman School of Music with James Thompson and orchestral conducting with Brad Lubman. David also holds an MM in Orchestral Conducting from Bard Conservatory of Music where he studied with esteemed mentor Harold Farberman. David has been the recipient of several prestigious scholarships including the Howard Hanson Scholarship, Dewar Arts Awards Grant, Bagby Foundation Grant, Hope Scott Trust Grant, and Bard Conducting Scholarship among others.

Performances on trumpet with over one hundred ensembles include: Meadows Chamber Orchestra, Edinburgh Symphony Baroque Orchestra, Brighton Symphony Orchestra, Edinburgh Grand Opera Company, Ossia, Musica Nova, Riverdale Choral Society, Lansdowne Symphony, National Youth Orchestra of Scotland, Eastman Wind Ensemble, Opera & Philharmonia, National Youth Brass Band of Scotland, and the Lowland Band of the Scottish Division. David has performed in trumpet masterclasses for Niklas Eklund, Mark Gould, Patrick Addinall, John Gracie, Robert Early, John Kenny, Todd J. Hastings, Angela Whelan, Marc O'Keefe, and James Chamberlain.

Live radio broadcasts include WXXI in the Live from Hochstein Concert Series and special appearances have included performing the American National Anthem at the Edinburgh celebrations marking the 229th anniversary of American Independence at the invitation of American Ambassador Cecile Shea and two invitations to perform for Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II at Holyrood Palace. In 2005 David was awarded 1st place in the prestigious Scottish Concerto Competition.
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David G.

David G.

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About Dan K.

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Instruction on why music sounds and feels like it does. For example, why do some chords sound better in a certain order, and why do major chords sound happy while minor chords sound sad? An important base of knowledge to have for any musical endeavor.

About Dan
Dan K. is a professional freelance upright and electric bassist and teacher. He hails from West Des Moines, Iowa, where in high school he performed with the Iowa All-State Orchestra and All-State Jazz Band. He arrived in Chicago in 2009 to attend DePaul University, where he studied with renowned Chicago bassists Rob Kassinger, Kelly Sill, and Jason Heath, as well as jazz faculty Bob Lark, Tom Matta, Ron Perillo, and Bradley Williams. Dan obtained his Bachelor of Music degree in Jazz Studies in 2013.

Dan plays with a wide variety of bands from Fleeting Suns (folk rock) to Calamity Flamtet (jazz/funk/fusion) to the Dog Patch Ramblers (bluegrass/swing/Americana). He also appears occasionally with many other Chicago groups, including The Right Now and Jared Rabin. He has played many of Chicago’s finest venues including Millennium Park, Gr
ant Park, The Jazz Showcase, House of Blues, Hard Rock Cafe, Cubby Bear, Schubas Tavern, Beat Kitchen, Reggies, Subterranean, Bottom Lounge, and many others, as well as performances all over the United States, Ireland, and England. He has also contributed to some half-dozen albums by various artists. For much of the year he keeps busy playing both on stage and in the orchestra pits of musical theater productions for companies such as Porchlight Music Theater, NightBlue Performing Arts Company, and The Royal George Theater.

He loves helping students to become the best musicians they can be, and tailors his teaching style and material to suit each individual.
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Eli (. August 13, 2017
· Upright Bass · In home
We had a great experience with Dan. He made the piano lessons interesting for our teenage son. Thank you
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Atticus D. July 12, 2017
· Upright Bass · In home
Great first lesson with Dan! Very knowledgeable and helpful. Look forward to future lessons and definitely recommend him.
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Julia March 8, 2017
· Acoustic Guitar · In home
Dan is wonderful!
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About Allen H.

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Music Theory is the foundation on which we as musicians base our understanding of the music we play. Every style of music has a system that governs the sounds that are pleasing and acceptable, and it is important to be well-versed in those rules. Whether you want to integrate the study of music theory into bassoon lessons or study it on its own, we will work together to help you achieve a greater understanding and appreciation of music through the study of this fundamental subject. We will draw from a number of historical sources and easy-to-read texts to turn the rules of music theory into an elegant and beautiful arrangement of sound.

About Allen
Allen H. is a highly experienced performer of bassoon, earning degrees from some of the most prestigious schools in the world including Indiana University and Juilliard. He is available for in-studio, in-home, and online lessons on a variety of musical topics, and has experience teaching a wide range of students from high school to adult. He is dedicated to helping you achieve your musical goals using an approach that is tailored to you. He will often relate musical concepts in non-musical terms, making his approach easily accessible to a wide variety of students.
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About Benjamin Y.

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I can teach both classical, and contemporary harmony. I have studied contemporary harmony extensively. We will mainly focus on analysis of jazz and other contemporary music, and use the techniques learned in this analysis to compost original music.

In classical harmony we will analyze all forms of classical music, and practice composting within these guidelines.

About Benjamin
Benjamin is a musician in the Boston area. He has been studying music since the age of 3. His background includes Violin, Cello, Percussion, Drum Set, Voice, Electric Bass, and Upright Bass. He is currently a student at Berklee College of Music, majoring in Upright Bass Performance. He has studied with Dave Zinno, John Lockwood, Bruce Gertz, and Susan Hagen. He has performed with John Oates, New York Voices, and Kevin Mahogany.

Benjamin has been teaching privately for 4 years. In that time he has gotten students accepted into various competitions. Benjamin is a strong believer in fundamentals, and technique, but utilizes real musical examples to teach such aspects of music.

Benjamin is mainly a jazz/contemporary musician, but he is also well versed in classical bass. As well as traditional music theory. In his studies, Benjamin h
as also become very skilled at contemporary harmony, and ear training.
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Walt February 20, 2017
· Upright Bass · In home
Great instructor. Focuses on the basics and provides a lot of encouragement which helps. Also, allows student to decide what they'd like to learn and allows you to select the type of music you are most interested in.

Highly recommended!
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Allison January 23, 2017
· Upright Bass · Online
Benjamin is great. He has the task of teaching a 46 year old longtime electric bass player and a 12 year old electric bass player (father/daughter). He is teaching us both the fundamentals of the upright bass, which is such a different instrument. We look forward to continued lessons with Benjamin.
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About Marlene M.

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Learn the basic to advanced materials in music theory. Includes analyzing pieces/songs, learning how to read sheet music/tabs, key signatures, intervals, scales, and many more.

About Marlene
My name is Marlene and I am an experienced professional musician. I have a Bachelor of Science Degree in Music from Lehman College obtained in May 2015. I was taught under John Corgliano (Grammy Award Winning Composer), Angela Piva (Grammy Award Winning Audio Engineer), and many others. I have experience teaching music to kids and adults in private and classroom/group settings mostly beginners and intermediate levels.

I am willing to teach you several subjects within music such as:

Music Production/Recording/Engineer
Music Theory
Music Performance
Music Business
Composition/Songwriting
Guitar (Acoustic/Electric)
Piano
Singing
Ear Training

My goal as your teacher is to make sure that you accomplish and succeed in any goals that you desire to complete within these subjects.

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layla March 12, 2017
· Guitar · Online
Marlene is a great teacher and is so helpful. I've learned so many chords so fast.
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Nick McCauley February 28, 2017
· Guitar · Online
Learning new songs each lesson Marlene takes the time to explain every part of the song she is very detailed in explaining everything and always takes the time to make sure you learn the first part of a song before moving on to the next parts.
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Nick McCauley January 31, 2017
· Guitar · Online
Already learning songs after my 4th lesson!
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About Madeline H.

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I've been studying music theory for six years, and I've been a music theory tutor for three years. I currently study music theory pedagogy at the Peabody Institute, and I am a graduate assistant for the music theory department.
Music theory is a mathematical approach to music, and can successfully be taught to every type of learner. I have experience teaching student just beginning, studying musical form, counterpoint, atonality, and ear training. Music theory can be abstract, but it improves the understanding and appreciation of music to a listener, composer, and performer.

About Madeline
Hello! I'm Madeline, and I'm a vocal performance and music theory pedagogy major at Peabody Institute. I've been a music theory tutor since Fall 2014, and teaching private voice lessons since January 2015. I love introducing students to new repertoire, showing them a different way of looking at concepts, and helping students realize how smart and talented they are. I want my students to feel prepared for where their love of music takes them, and we are absolutely going to have fun while learning. I'm excited that you are interested in learning, too, and I cannot wait to hear from you.
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Elizabeth September 18, 2017
· Singing · In studio
I have been taking singing lessons with Madeline for a while now, and I couldn’t have asked for a better teacher! Her personality can make anyone feel welcome. I am very shy but she manages to get me out of my shell. I have definitely felt that my confidence has improved tremendously since I started my lessons. Madeline is also extremely talented, patient, flexible, and helpful. She can very easily explain a concept or a technique by creating an image in your head, which I find immensely useful.

I have recommended her to all my friends that are interested in taking singing lessons and plan on continue to do so, because she really is a great teacher! I am very thankful to her and always look forward to my next lesson 😊
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Meghan September 16, 2017
· Opera Voice · In studio
Madeline is sweet and so knowledgeable. She is one of the greatest teachers I have ever worked with. She can help with anything from the basics and fine tuning to the most complicated of pieces. She makes the lessons fun and educational. In only a few weeks I feel I've learned more then I ever did in school music classes.
100% recommend.
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Coreen May 30, 2017
· Vocal Training · In studio
Madeline was fantastic! She has great knowledge and passion for voice, and in our short time together I have learned so much and found this new confidence in myself when it comes to singing. Thank you so much Madeline! It has been a pleasure working with you!
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About Ray C.

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I offer a method that gets you learning your favorite songs fast and at the same time learning what makes up those particular tunes so you can then take that knowledge and expand on it.

About Ray
This teacher is professional guitarist playing many genres including jazz, blues, rock, pop, and funk. He performs solo guitar and with jazz groups in venues and events all over his area. He studied guitar under many reputable teachers and has a bachelor of music degree. He has had the privilege of playing with trombonist Robin Eubanks and pianist/composer Bob Dorough. He also has a clean background check and clearances necessary to teach privately.
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I have had the unique opportunity to study under brilliant theorists in both the classical and jazz disciplines. Having these experiences, I have cultivated a pragmatic approach to teaching music theory in a way that isn't as convoluted and confusing as sitting in a college classroom. My approach is to introduce music theory as a device to help you complete your musical objective.

About Steven
I offer guitar lessons and musicianship tutoring in sight reading, ear training and music theory at an affordable rate. I welcome all ages and experience levels. I have a flexible schedule so I can work around yours to develop a personal practice routine best suited to fit your life style.

I enjoy working with my students to help them reach their performance goals. Everything from helping them learn their first few chords, to watching them form their own music groups and write original compositions is what teaching is all about.
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Average Cost of Music Theory Lessons in Grand Junction, CO

The average cost of 60-minute music theory lessons in Grand Junction is $45. While the exact cost will vary depending on the teacher, type of lesson, and your location, you should expect to spend anywhere between $45 and $45 per hour.

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For the best experience, we typically recommend 60-minute music theory lessons. However, students looking for a more affordable option may want to consider a shorter lesson length of 45 or 30 minutes. On average, 45-minute music theory lessons are 12% less expensive at $40, and 30-minute lessons cost 34% less at $30.

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