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Teaches students 10 and up
Gain confidence as you refine your acting presence. Learn to analyze your audience, find your voice and project, develop your character, memorize and retain lines, understand beats and rhythm, incorporate body movement, and more.
***ALL LESSONS AVAILABLE ONLINE!*** Learn to move and improve, gain confidence, get in shape, and have fun doing so! Whether you are a beginner or just looking to refine your existing process and skills, I'm here to help you reach your goals!--It's what I do, and I love it (= I am an educa
Speaks English, Spanish
Civil Engineering from North Dakota State University
Teaching since 2016
Chemistry can be trying subject for many. With a bit a help anyone can learn Chemistry and get through it pain free! I have been tutoring Chemistry for several years. While I aim for comprehension over scores, grades typically improve with comprehension. In each tutoring session, you can choose to receive homework help, test preparation, or extra practice that I can supply.
ACT SCORES Composite: 31 English: 27 Math: 34 Reading: 34 Science: 27 I graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering from North Dakota State University in 2012. Since graduating, I have tutored various subjects with Varsity Tutors (online platform) and have tutored both in perso
Teaching since 1996
Teaches students 8 to 80
Learn to play bass guitar with simple, movable patterns and follow chord changes by ear, with or without reading notes.
Lee shares the benefits of her experience playing electric bass guitar in cover bands and recording bass lines on her own (and others) original songs, and offers an easy method for playing bass, for both new and experienced musicians.
Lee uses her own visual materials, including grids and chord patterns, to help reinforce how to play bass lines and understand song structure.
• Award-winning performing singer-songwriter
• Bachelor of Music Education from Loyola University, New Orleans (Instrumental Music)
• Master of Music from Belmont University, Nashville (Instrumental Pedagogy)
• Guitar Instructor for community college, high school and middle school
• "Acoustic Intensive" instructor in acoustic guitar, music theory and songwriting for the National Guitar Workshop in New Orleans, Austin, Chicago, and Nashville
Minimum ages: 8 for ukulele 9-10 for guitar/bass guitar 12 for bassoon Lee Q. has a master's degree and comprehensive experience in music instruction and performance, including solo performance, orchestra, concert band, folk/bluegrass orchestra, chamber ensembles, rock/blues/folk and pep
Awarded Grand Prize from International chamber music ensemble competition
Master of Music, Saxophone Performance from The Hartt School at the University of Hartford
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, spanish, french
Jazz Performance from San Diego State University
Teaches students 4 and up
College Performance Degree in Bass
Diploma from Grove School of Music in Bass
20 years professional experience of Bass Playing
Hello, Thanks so much for taking the time to inquire about studying music with me. Music and studying music has always been a passionate experience for me. I have been so blessed with the teachers and fellow musicians in my life. You should realize that your study of music may start with me,
Speaks English, German, French, Italian
Teaching since 2014
Teaches students 4 and up
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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Beginners. she teaches them the love of the instrument which is all we could ask for"
After my first lesson, I left feeling more confident about my abilities. He was able to point out what has been holding me back from using my full voice potential and I have noticed a very significant improvement since day one. Taking lessons with Gabriel is something I look forward too every week. He is a very good instructor!!! I'm constantly learning new skills and many ways to improve in this area, what can I say... I love it!"
From his profile here I could tell that Juan was not only a skilled musician, but a keen and pensive instructor. After a single session Juan was able to properly asses my abilities and my shortcomings and tailor-designed an approach that matches my personal and musical nature. He uses my strong affinity for technique and uses that to discourage my hesitancy toward theory. He has a comfortable and approachable presence where mistakes and flaws are encouraged as learning footstools. With humble discipline he pushes me to -want- to be better.
With Juan I am absolutely confident in not merely becoming an apt guitarist, but a genuine musician."
If you're new to the guitar and not sure which songs to learn first, these five easy acoustic guitar songs are a great place to get started. The following songs are timeless classics for a reason. Regardless of whatever stage of musicianship you're at, you can learn a wealth of information from these easy acoustic songs. If you’re a beginner playing for the first time, these acoustic songs can teach you some of the most common chords and progressions used by guitarists. If you are an ad …
By Suzy S.
Are you considering entering your budding pianist into a piano competition? There are an array of competitions to choose from across the U.S., many offering the opportunity to compete against top performers from around the globe. All-Ages Piano Competitions Across the U.S.: Seattle International Piano Festival & Competition - Seattle, WA Competing in May (preliminary) and October 2015 (finals) at the Illsley Ball Nordstrom Recital Hall, pianists from all over the world are encouraged to f …
By Jill Cole
Take the plunge into writing jazz songs on guitar with these tips from guitar teacher Samuel B.... Although jazz guitar is a formal discipline, you can mix it into your repertoire of original songs without formal training. Here are five easy ways to do this: Include Triads In Your Songs Triads (three-note chords) are your most accessible ally. There are two basic ones. I refer to the first one as the “L.” It looks like this: Although it can be strummed, the “L” cho …
By Megan L.
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