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Chess is a beautiful game and has been proven to increase a students mathematic and cognitive skills. Critical thinking, strategy, patience, discipline, and prioritization are but only a few of the many virtues gained by learning this ancient game.
I am an Opening expert in chess rated 2000+. I teach the five animals of chess, (Dragon, Hedgehog, Chameleon, Bird and Orangutan). I can improve your opening middle game and ending!
I have hundreds of hours teaching experience in many subjects spaning from sports chess and the arts. I have won numerous awards for my ability to communicate the detailed aspects of complicated intricate subject matter. I have been verified to teach all ages and have numerous background checks esta
He is very sharp about identifying the problem and then training accordingly. He is also kind and very patient to guide
Teaches students 10 to 75
Teaching since 2015
Jean E.Book Now
When you see items do you say " I can make that!" ? Well let me show you how!
I have over 40 years of experience in dressmaking and alterations. I can teach you how to make items from scratch or modernize thrift store finds. I can teach beginners as well as advanced skilled students. I also have experience with students from the age of 8 to almost 50. Let's get together and make your dreams reality.
Hello! I have been sewing for over 40 years. I have had my own sewing business for over 20 years. The most rewarding position I have held was in the costume shop for the theater of our local college. I have also worked in a bridal shop. I love creating/altering garments for hard to fit customers. I
BA in English and French from Skidmore College
Awarded Bass Department Outstanding Performer Award and Scholarship from Berklee College of Music
Maya M.Book Now
to play songs you love
to create awesome bass lines
to read music
group playing skills
Maya studied Upright Bass Performance at Berklee College of music, where she earned the Bass Department Outstanding Performer award and scholarship, as well as a Berklee Merit Scholarship. She studied jazz and classical music, with a highlight performance of Lord of the Rings Symphony at Symphony Ha
Teaching since 2006
Teaches students 5 and up
While other instructors teach multiple instruments, my specialized knowledge of saxophone can get you farther, faster. I help students make quick and efficient progress in developing a strong sound concept, learning saxophone-specific techniques, making appropriate repertoire choices, setting smart
Speaks French, English
Teaches students 4 and up
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate
Viola is the undersung hero of the orchestra, and I love to help violists learn this beautiful instrument! Though much of the technique of the instrument is the same or very similar to the violin, violists enjoy a great repertoire of solo pieces and high demand in ensembles, which I can help you discover for yourself. (Please see my violin profile for more information on experience and lesson style)
I love music, and I love helping other people find and develop their love for music! I teach all styles of violin and piano to ages 4 and up, with a strong emphasis on finding what kind of music each student enjoys and building a life-long love of music with solid technical foundations. I hold a
Cieran is knowledgeable, patient, encouraging and attentive - all the things one looks for in a teacher.
Speaks English, German, French, Italian
Teaching since 2014
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate
Rhythm guitar, picking patterns and reading notes on the guitar are all taught.
Kathy believes that variety is the spice of not only life, but also music. Raised singing folk music with a musical family (think accordions, guitars and lots of vocal harmonies), she learned guitar and piano at an early age, but began singing even earlier. Her quest to give the world the best
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