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Teaching since 1975
Awarded Concert Master from Western CT State College Wind Ensemble
Teaches students 9 to 75
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I normally use the Standard of Excellence method books for many of my students; however, I am open minded to adjusting to each individual student's musical needs, whether it be Jazz, Classical, or whatever style music the student is focusing on. Other excellent methods are the Ed Sueta Book, Rubank Method, Breeze Easy, Achievement in Excellence, and perhaps the First Division Method Book. For Drummers, I prefer the Haskell Harr Method, or the Buddy Rich Method Book, as well as the Breeze Easy Method. I always play my instrument along with the student so that he/she can hear how the music is supposed to be played in regards to the notes as well as the rhythm! This way, we all have fun learning!
Hello! I am James and I have taught in the public schools in Connecticut for 35 years teaching all the Band instruments (flute, oboe, clarinet, saxophone, trumpet, trombone, drums), and also piano. I have also taught beginning violin, viola, and cello. I have taught privately for many years and h
General Studies from Housatonic Technical Community College
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate
Teaches students 7 and up
I offer lessons in how to play, how to read sheet music, and how to listen to music. As your instructor, I will talk about your goals and form your lesson plans accordingly. I will also assign exercises to improve technique. I look forward to helping you achieve your musical goals.
I started learning to play the piano at the age of 12. I've been practicing and studying for years. First, we'll figure out your goals. Then I will tailor the lessons to your needs. I will teach you how to play the piano, how to read sheet music, and how to listen critically. I will also t
Speaks English, Korean, Japanese
Master of Music in Violin Performance from The Hartt School
Awarded Winner of the 2011 Central Washington University Concerto Competition from Central Washington University
I have been teaching children of all age groups to acquire a solid foundation in violin playing. Whether it be pre-K beginners, or high school students getting ready for college auditions, I will communicate with the students and parents to set a number of goals to achieve.
I also welcome adult students, beginners and amateur enthusiasts alike.
In addition to gaining expertise in the techniques in violin playing, students in my studio will be given opportunities to gain comprehensive music knowledge including theory, sight singing, ear training, and any relevant music history, as the above-mentioned knowledge are indispensable elements in violin playing. Singing and clapping are essential parts of the lesson. When students are equipped with the basics, they can play anything and make the music they want.
I am a concert soloist, and have given concerts home and abroad. I have previously served as the concertmaster at the Hartt Symphony Orchestra and the Waterbury Chorale. I am also an avid chamber musician with chamber music experience from age of 15 as a member of the Shin Trio. I was appointed as
Speaks Spanish, English
Teaches students 4 and up
Teaching since 2011
In our Logic Pro lessons, we will cover the necessary tools for whatever goals you are aiming for in your DAW usage. Our aim will be to become more than proficient, so that you can troubleshoot and come up with creative solutions on your own, regardless of the musical demands. In essence, my goal is to help you learn Logic to the point where the technology never gets in the way of the music!
Adam has been teaching private lessons since 2011, and is currently available to teach lessons at home or at your location of choice. Adam has taught over 50+ students, and many have gone on to read sheet music while playing guitar, make complex musical arrangements, and sing with healthy technique
Teaches students 5 to 16
If you're looking for a kind, encouraging, and attentive instructor, I am your best option! I will work with you to develop your vocal abilities in a personalized way, no matter your voice type or preferred genre. I have 11 years singing experience with accolades such as a 2-time All-State Choir member, 3 statewide solo/ensemble 'I' ratings, numerous pop gigs, and two lead musical roles.
No matter your or your child's preferred genre, relative experience, or comfort level with singing, I want to use my expertise to help build a strong foundation and develop techniques that can get anyone started on the path to becoming an amazing singer. I have performed pop, R&B, ballads, music
While Anna does provide the materials and will even organize it for you, I am doing some research of my own and reading a few books on how to teach young vocalist. Where Anna is indispensable is twofold. First is her voice. For a child between 3-6, listening and singing to a human voice is much superior to instruments. Having someone with a great voice to emulate is even better. Second is that Anna is great with kids. My daughter loves Anna and that's all I could really ask at this stage -- just for her to love singing.
If you are looking for an instructor for your child at the beginning stages, look no further. I am happy with the experience thus far.
Speaks German, Russian, English, Bulgarian
Teaches students 5 and up
Awarded Scholarship from National Society of Arts and Letters
Yordan has been teaching violin and viola for more than ten years. He holds a Master of Music degree in Violin Performance from Lynn University Conservatory of Music. Born in Bulgaria, Yordan has performed on stages across the world since he began playing at age 6. He has appeared as soloist with various orchestras, including the National Repertory Orchestra, the Dali International Festival Orchestra, and the Lynn Philharmonia and he is frequently invited as a guest artist at music festivals across the United States. He can be heard on the recently released recording, Caldera with Ice Cave with the music of Paul Reale (MSR Classics). Yordan currently resides in Boca Raton and plays in the Southwest Florida Symphony, the Sarasota Orchestra, and the Palm Beach Symphony.
Coming from a family of educators, teaching has always been one of Yordan’s greatest passions and he welcomes the opportunity to work with all ages and levels of musical background.
Yordan offers 30, 45, and 60 ...
Yordan has been teaching violin and viola for more than ten years. He holds a Master of Music degree in Violin Performance from Lynn University Conservatory of Music. Born in Bulgaria, Yordan has performed on stages across the world since he began playing at age 6. He has appeared as soloist with
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