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Master of Music in Violin Performance from The Hartt School
Teaching since 2003
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
Awarded Summa Cum Laude from Hartt School of Music
Teaching since 2012
Piano is an essential instrument for all musicians! I use Faber's Piano Adventures for young students and Alfred's Basic Adult Piano for adults.
Hello! I am a classically trained violinist and violist. I have been playing violin for 15 years and teaching for 7. I got my Bachelor's degree from the Hartt School of Music in Connecticut in 2017. Since then, I have performed at Woolsey Hall, Ivoryton Playhouse, Playhouse on Park, and the Bushnel
Awarded Grand Prize from International chamber music ensemble competition
Master of Music, Saxophone Performance from The Hartt School at the University of Hartford
Teaching since 2006
In my experience working with over 2,500 students in one-on-one lessons, educational workshops, and outreach concerts, I've learned how to help students of all backgrounds achieve their goals and find joy in music. I love working with students on their journeys of musical discovery! My lessons focu
Speaks English, German, Spanish
BFA in Musical Arts from California Institute of the Arts
Awarded Director's Award for Band from Chamberlain High School
With 2 years of college level operatic vocal training, Liz teaches how to shape vowels in many languages, and how to project and maintain an operatic vocal style.
About Liz Fanora
After graduating California Institute of the Arts with a multi-focus on several aspects of music including African dance, Indonesian gamelan, songwriting, recording, classical voice and piano, folk guitar, and more, Liz had the excellent opportunity to teach theater to a local musical theater summe
Teaches students 4 and up
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Teaching since 2014
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I am a Level 3 Certified Suzuki Flute Teacher, have a degree in Flute Performance, and have my own studio in St Petersburg, Florida. I specialize in teaching children and create a very supportive, play-based learning environment. I love incorporating music reading and theory games into lessons. All ages and levels welcome! Lessons are catered to your individual goals, interests, and learning style.
I am a professional flutist and am the owner of a lovely Suzuki Flute studio in St Petersburg, Florida. I am also a certified Music Together® teacher, an internationally recognized early childhood music and movement program for babies, toddlers, and preschoolers. I love creating rich musical ex
Teaching since 2010
Awarded Certificate of Appreciation from Arlington ISD
Teaches students Male: 7 to 60; Female: 4 to 70
I start many children ukulele initially, whose hands and bodies are too small to begin guitar. We can build on their knowledge and musical journey keeping both instruments in mind (not necessary however) as they grow and mature into guitar. Best to "Ask a Question" via email to get our process started.
About Susan B.
Hi there, thanks for taking a look at my profile. I teach online lessons via Zoom, FaceTime, or Messenger. I have built a successful teaching business based on teaching children and adults alike, who love music, want to play for personal pleasure, or eventually work professionally, and/or gai
Ms. Taylor pays attention to detail and is very easy going that makes it easy for my daughter to learn. She is very compassionate. She has also taught her breathing techniques along with voice training. She keeps her grounded and motivated. My daughter has a passion for music and is in the best possible hands. She is very flexible and accommodating!
Thank you so much for everything you do to help her flourish!!
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Chris is an unbelievable piano teacher! He always makes sure we are working on something that I enjoy which keeps me motivated. He is very patient (which is great since I'm kind of a slow learner!) and is always willing to go over things as many times as I need.
Chris also has such a great passion for his music so a lot of the times my absolute favorite part of our lesson is when we are finished and I ask him to play me some of his own newly composed songs!"
She used to be very concerned about making mistakes and he helped her to overcome that. His teaching style is fun and motivating. It feels like having a weekly chamber concert in our home. He often accompanies her with his guitar or violin which motivates her tremendously."
Overall, Andy is a magnificent teacher. Reliable, inspiring, passionate and dedicated to what each individual student wants to learn."
Proper posture is essential for good violin playing. Standing or sitting up straight not only improves tone production and control, but it also prevents injury and discomfort. Many violin players, however, struggle with their posture, which can lead to poor technique and cause both short and long term injuries. Not to mention you'll end up looking like Quasimodo. Poor posture can be a result of many things, such as sitting or standing without interruption for long periods of time, lack …
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