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Robin O. Lee, MA

About Robin

*** Travel Equipment *** I tell students what they need to buy and they do, although I will pick up books that they then pay me for. *** Specialties *** Piedmont blues, delta bottleneck blues, folk, beginning guitar introduction to Adobe Suite, color correction in Photoshop, Photoshop for print and web, designing logos in Illustrator, using In Design for print projects, working with type and long documents.

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Edward W. December 1, 2014
Acoustic Guitar · In studio
Verified Student
I am a beginner and I have learned most things wrong.Her patience,humor,and positive attitude have been great.

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Alexandra D. August 18, 2014
Ukulele · Online
Verified Student
I have been taking online lessons with Robin for the past few months, and have been amazed at how quickly I have learnt the ukulele! I am able to play some of my favorite songs. Robin is fantastic, she is always on time, is very patient, attentive and informative, her teaching style is very easy to follow and leaves me feeling motivated rather than out of my depth. Highly recommended.
Joy C. Easthampton, MA

About Joy

*** Travel Equipment *** I provide a guitar, and my basic music theory, singing, and songwriting teaching skills *** Specialties *** - vocal projection - voice tonal pitch training - ear training - melody making - harmonizing - chord progressions - identifying the key of a song - basic major/minor scale training - chord making (1-3-5), major/minor/7, etc

Eleni Y. Shelburne Falls, MA

About Eleni

*** Specialties *** I am a professional violinist and highly experienced music educator who can and does enjoy teaching students of all ages and levels. I have a particular affinity for beginners, as I truly enjoy helping students of any age discover the joy of self expression through music for the first time. I offer lessons in violin, viola and beginning cello in my home studio in Shelburne Falls, MA or I will travel to you for any of those instruments or beginning to intermediate piano within a 30-ish mile radius if our schedules permit. I also offer online lessons. I have blocks of time open during the day for home schooled students or adults available at that time, as well as evenings and Saturday times for all other students. I use a variety of method and materials, ...

Lincoln A. Greenfield, MA

About Lincoln

I am a professional jazz musician, actively teaching and performing in the Western Massachusetts music scene. In addition to years of live experience as well as teaching lessons, I have a Master's of Music degree in Jazz Performance from the University of Southern Maine, as well as a BA in Jazz Performance and Composition from Hampshire College in Amherst, MA. *** Lesson Details *** Lessons are catered directly to each student as an individual. Of course, the building blocks of music provide a basic foundation for every musician, but beyond that the possibilities are endless. The best way to approach each lesson is from your own perspective of what YOU want to learn. I can assess your strengths and weaknesses and help you get to the point where you can play what you want, when you ...

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Melissa A. December 2, 2013
Ukulele
Verified Student
fantastic!

Lincoln is very knowledgable in music theory. His style is relaxed and is willing to adjust to my needs as a learner. It's been lots of fun after just three lessons!
Laura D. Haydenville, MA

About Laura

I began teaching while working toward my undergraduate degree, and began offering private lessons in 2010. I have taught students ranging in age from four through adult and believe strongly in targeting each student's experience to his or her individual interests, abilities, and personality. I believe in making lessons fun and giving students a say in how their arts education progresses. I encourage and inspire and welcome input at every step of the way. I balance all of this with a solid grounding in the subject, be it music or theater, and take care to ensure that students understand each concept. Come see how enjoyable, satisfying, and enriching the arts can be!

Kyle H. Amherst, MA

About Kyle

Hi there, my name is Kyle H. I graduated from the Vocal Jazz Department at Massachusetts, Amherst last spring and now I am the music director and arranger of a Northampton A Cappella group called the Green Street Brew. While I have a deep musical background that ranges from composition and arranging to ear training and music performance, I also have good knowledge of mathematics and creative writing. I hope I can be the teacher you're looking for.

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