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Speaks French, Italian, German
Teaching since 2006
Teaches students Male: 12 and up; Female: 9 and up
Mezzo-soprano Rachel A. has captured audiences throughout the United States with her rich and warm timbre, beautiful blend, and dynamic stage presence. A native of Stockton, California, Rachel was born into a musical family and quickly developed an affinity for the performing arts. She first fell i
Fast to identify mistakes, very optimistic by giving hope -encouraging To push hard all things are possible. She deserves all stars in the Universe!
Speaks Spanish, Korean, English
Teaches students 5 and up
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate
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 students 7 and up
Teaching since 1995
I love what I do! Musical theater students learn to be singers who act. Teaching philosophy: everyone is born with a voice and has the ability to learn to sing regardless of age. Students at all levels including adult beginners welcome. Vocal range, control & tone quality will improve learning correct technique and safeguarding the instrument through correct care/use. I have a background in theater myself and I work with many styles of music.
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 English, Spanish
Teaches students 14 and up
BA - Music Education (Vocal Emphasis) from Azusa Pacific University
Experienced teacher of 7 years, specializing in classical, jazz, musical theater, and contemporary voice! All ages welcome. Lessons are customized and catered to the needs/goals of each student. Not only will you be singing with greater control and ease, but you will be building a strong foundation of musicianship, ear training and healthy vocal technique, all while having fun. Let's get started!
I'm a credentialed voice teacher, session singer, writer and performer who loves sharing the beauty and joy of music with others! I graduated from Azusa Pacific University with a BA in Music Education (Choral emphasis) and received my CA teaching credential in music from San Diego State University.
Teaching since 2010
Master of Music from University of Denver
Teaches students 5 and up
I welcome piano students of all ages and levels of experience. I don't have a set curriculum or required method book, as I feel that it's important to tailor lessons to the individual student. I work with my students to learn how to read music and feel it's important to include theory and ear training to have a more complete understanding of how and why we do what we do as we're playing. I specialize in classical music, but am happy to work on music from other genres such as rock, pop, and Broadway, or others. I feel this allows my students to be fully engaged at their lessons when the music we're working on is something that interests them.
I have loved music almost all my life. I began my lifelong journey to immerse myself in learning piano at age seven. At thirteen, I added violin lessons as well. By the time I reached high school, I knew that music would be my major in college, and that music would always be a vital part of my life
Teaches students 5 and up
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
BFA - Jazz Studies from New England Conservatory
Tyler W.Book Now
Alumni of Berklee College of Music and New England Conservatory, looking to help you reach your own goals! Plenty of experience teaching all ages and skill levels, making sure learning music is FUN. Ear training is VERY important to me, I want to make sure that my students can learn songs and transcribe music quickly and accurately. My areas of expertise are: jazz, songwriting, R&B, american folk music, and free music.
Hey! I'm Tyler, I play the upright bass, electric bass, and guitar. I'm an alumni of both Berklee College of Music and New England Conservatory, I've studied with music legends like Billy Hart, Cecil McBee, and Jason Moran. I think it's really important that learning music is FUN! I want to make
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Jill is extremely knowledgeable with all kind of mistakes that students may have. I am always amazed by the interest she shows to give us more of her knowledge and motivation.
Also, Jill shows enormously great patience to make students comfortable and motivated playing music.
I strongly believe she is one of the best teachers in takelessons team.."
Riley could not even look adults in the eye when speaking to them when Steve began teaching her at age 10. But by the time she graduated high school at 18, she had blossomed into a very powerful, skilled, and controlled singer who had starred in several school productions and won several awards and accolades such as the NJ NATS award and the NJ All-State Honors Choir.
During their 8 years of study, she gained such confidence and poise. There is no doubt in my mind that Steve played an enormous role in that.
Steve is very skilled at producing well-rounded singers. The repertoire of songs that he would have Riley work on spanned several different genres to not only help her to become more well-rounded but to prepare her for her career as a singer.
Whenever she had upcoming auditions or performances, Steve prepared her superblyl and gave such helpful advice. She also always knew what the song MEANT, thanks to Steve, therefore making her dynamics & feeling for the lyrics allow her acting to shine through. He knows his craft well and he loves it.....which directly benefits his students.
Today, Riley is getting ready to enter her senior year at Temple University as a Theatre major and Music minor. When she began lessons with her new instructor in Philadelphia once she went away to college, she was told that the tutelage she had received up until that point was very solid.
Besides being a student, Riley also performs professionally in Philadelphia in various cabarets and shows. That once small, sweet voice has evolved into one that fits right in with the best singers in the Philadelphia arts community.
Steve went ABOVE AND BEYOND for Riley as he really wants to see ALL of his students succeed. Being that he is known as the best around and the theatre community is tight, the general consensus about Steve is the same....he's the best."
Want to be a better singer and performer? Vocalists have a lot to think about, both before and during a performance. Here, Baltimore, MD voice teacher DeTrece L. breaks down the basics in an easy-to-remember acronym... Many students have asked me how I sing with so much passion and color, regardless of the genre. My answer has always been the same: Let your heart sing! Vocalists are the only musicians who do not have the option of making actual, physical contact with their inst …
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