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Speaks Spanish, Korean, English
Awarded All State Orchestra from CMEA, NafME
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate
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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
Skills and technique for voice and piano are the important foundation, but all students are taught to entertain in addition as part of the lessons. We work on staging and presentation. Getting in front of an audience and feeling comfortable on stage are an integral part of learning to sing or play. We work to build confidence as we practice how to introduce ourselves, talk about our music to an audience, move on stage and more.
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, Korean, Japanese
Teaches students 5 and up
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
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
Teaches students 5 and up
Awarded The American Prize in Performance from The American Prize
Music Education from Indiana University of Pennsylvania
The piano is the ultimate first instrument for those who want to learn how to make and understand music! It provides a satisfying goal on its own, while also providing you with knowledge you can transfer to any other musical instrument. As a professional musician with a bachelors degree in music education, and a masters and doctorate in performance, I have the educational background and performance chops to make learning a new instrument both fun and engaging. With over a decade of experience teaching elementary, middle, and high school students, as well as college and adult students; for every lesson you will walk away with clear and achievable goals and the know-how needed to practice these skills for your own musical development.
I began studying piano when I was in middle school and quickly fell in love with the instrument. I have degrees in music education from Indiana University of Pennsylvania, and a Masters in performance from USC as well a doctorate from the University of Houston in Performance with a minor in music t
Teaching since 2014
BS Radio & TV Broadcasting from San Francisco State University
Teaches students Male: 8 and up; Female: 7 and up
I’m a professional artist, singer, songwriter & guitarist. I can teach you how to perform on stage with your instrument as well as singing with an instrument.
These are fun & easy lessons tailored to the student. We’ll create a Lesson plan with goals and a have live performance opportunity quarterly.
I look forward to working with you!
Greetings! Thanks for checking out my lessons. My name is Judy aka Groovy Judy. I'm a guitarist, singer, songwriter and performer. I've been playing music for 45 years and teaching private and group lessons for 17 years. I teach guitar, ukulele, beginning electric bass, beginning piano and songwri
Awarded Kenton O Smith Traditional Jazz Scholarship from Sacramento Traditional Jazz Society
Jazz Studies BM from Brigham Young University
I teach students of all levels. Whatever experience you have, we will work with. I believe that it is important to learn how to play by ear as well as read written music. Understanding both approaches, you will be able to play almost any kind of music in a solo as well as a group setting. Depending on your experience, I can find suitable projects that will help you to develop your skills.
I am a trained jazz pianist but I love many different styles of music. I grew up in the Portland, OR area, did my undergrad studies in Utah, and moved to Arizona to do my masters degree at ASU. I am now finishing up a PhD in musicology at ASU though I am living in New Orleans, Louisiana. I have pla
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