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Speaks Spanish, Korean, English
Teaches students 5 and up
Bachelor of Music from University of Massachusetts Boston
Soonbee K.Book Now
Want to learn expressive techniques? Keen to learn what it takes to effectively practice? I am just the right teacher to cater to all students' needs ranging from levels beginner to advanced! With 11 years of experience of volunteering as a local teacher for cello, competitive piano, performing viola, and a little dose of perfect pitch, I will help you establish all the fundamentals of musicality, sight reading, performing, music theory, and especially ear training. Having a capable, relatable teacher like me, I can assure you that you will be playing from 2 notes to sonatas in no time! Shoot me a message to see if we're a good match!
I have been playing piano for 12 years and teaching for 5 years. I strongly believe in piano performance being as enjoyable for those who want to play as a hobby and also competitive, for those who want to challenge and go beyond in hopes to pursue a music career. I teach classical, pop, improvisation, and I have strong level and experience of audition ...
Hi everyone! My name is Soonbee Kwon, and I am a cellist, pianist, violinist, and violist. I am going to college at University of Mass. Boston, majoring with a Bachelors of Psychology and Music, specifically music in cello. As a musician who has experienced times without a private teacher, I can
Speaks Spanish, Italian
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Teaches students 7 and up
Based on correct vocal technique, I teach a healthy belt and mix for the appropriate sound for contemporary commercial music desired on Broadway today. I also teach how to switch to a more "classical" approach for the more "legit" music in traditional shows. We work on acting and staging as well as part of the lessons. We want to be singers who act rather than actors who sing.
DURING COVID 19 ALL LESSONS ARE OFFERED ONLINE ONLY UNTIL FURTHUR NOTICE. STAY SAFE AND HEALTHY. Do you want to improve your voice? Do you want to sing for fun? Do you want coaching to sing in a band or record? Do you want to audition for plays and musicals, Regionals, or music school? Have y
Speaks Spanish, English, Spanish, English
Bachelor of Arts in Music Completed in 2008 from Western CT State University
Teaches students 5 to 90
All styles from classical to jazz/blues to many ethnic/world music styles
*** Travel Equipment *** Student just needs a guitar and amp if electric. I travel with a laptop/portable studio. *** Specialties *** Classical, Jazz, Rock, Metal, World, Electronic etc.
Teaches students 3 and up
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate
Kay B.Book Now
I have been teaching piano for over twenty years. I specialize in classical and pop. I love teaching babies and young children but I teach all ages. Piano is the hardest instrument. I try to make every lesson fun while still providing structure and a little bit of strictness. I use the Mark Nevin, Schaum, and Little Mozart series. I have tons of music to share for students that need to branch out and don't know what to play. Piano is my passion. I love sharing my love for this instrument with others.
I have been teaching Piano for 20 years now. I have taught students from age 2 1/2 - Adult. I was self-taught when I was a kid and begun taking formal lessons as a very young adult in my early twenties. I graduated from CSULB with my BA in Music with a concentration on Voice. As a Music major, you
Speaks Mandarin, Cantonese, English
Music and Applied Mathematics from University of California, Berkeley
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
I am offering violin lessons, both online and at students' places! Whether you have no music experience at all or have some violin experience, I can help you improve technique and musicality by working on exercises and various pieces of music. Not only do I draw from my experience studying music and taking private lessons since childhood, but I also tailor my lessons to meet each student’s individual learning style and interests.
I am offering violin lessons and math tutoring, both online and at students' places in the SF Bay Area! Recently graduated with a BA in applied mathematics and music from the University of California, Berkeley, I currently play violin in the UC Berkeley Symphony Orchestra and Baroque Ensemble. I
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate
Bachelor of Music from Berklee College of Music
Teaches students 4 and up
Griffin H.Book Now
Methods: Your goals are central to my teaching. I will work with you to make sure we are on the right path to achieving them. I make sure to also get a good grasp of each student's learning style. I make custom learning materials for each lesson, which I spend lots of careful thought and time on to ensure the best experience. It's important that we focus on what you want to learn and have fun doing it! By taking this customized approach, I am able to adapt things and build on them to get you where you want to be. We will also learn songs of your choosing, possibly adapted to your current playing level.
Background: I have been playing for over 15 years and have a degree from Berklee College of Music. I teach beginning and intermediate students, as well as advanced players who want to delve into music theory. In addition to teaching, I have experience in music production, songwriting, and playing live and in the studio. I'm just as open to playing pop and rock songs (seriously, no ...
I am a multi-instrumentalist with a degree from Berklee College of Music. I took concentrations in music technology and music business, while also taking many opportunities to studying everything from music theory to songwriting and of course, guitar. I started playing guitar at a young age and ov
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