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Speaks English, Serbian, Russian
Bachelor's degree in Piano, Music Theory and Pedagogy (Music Education) from University Cyril and Methodius, Macedonia
Teaches students 7 and up
Based on abilities and aptitudes, Custom Curriculum is developed and implemented for every student The curriculum is based on student's desires and abilities and compiled from multiple sources.
I am Classically trained, energetic, experienced and creative music teacher with a proven ability to get the very best out of pupils; experienced in identifying the appropriate resources necessary for a subject matter and ensuring that they are used efficiently and effectively. Most of my students
Teaches students Male: 10 and up; Female: 8 and up
BA degree in music with a concentration in studio production from Purchase College SUNY
STUDYING WITH ME: Learning guitar should be interesting and fun! While we're studying all the different aspects of the instrument, you'll also be learning how to play your favorite songs and solos! I approach each student as an individual and structure their lessons according to what I determine
Speaks Spanish, English, Spanish, English
Teaches students 5 to 90
Teaching since 2002
*** Travel Equipment *** Student just needs a guitar and amp if electric. I travel with a laptop/portable studio. *** Specialties *** Classical, Jazz, Rock, Metal, World, Electronic etc.
Teaching since 2001
Teaches students 10 and up
Bachelor's/M.Div. from American University/Capital Bible Seminary
I believe everyone has the ability to sing … some better than others, of course, -- but regardless, I believe every voice can make a beautiful sound. I believe learning to sing requires team work: with the proper instruction and learning tools from me, the instructor, and with the dedication (practice, practice, practice) from you, the student, a well-rounded singer can emerge.
I began singing when I was five years old in church. I continued singing exclusively inspirational music until I was a teenager. At that time, in addition to the second soprano part I sang in a five-part harmony
a Capella (without instrumental accompaniment) Gospel group, I also sang in a couple of bands (Rhythm and Blues, and Jazz). My undergraduate studies were completed at the American University, where I majored in Communications (B.A.), and minored in Music, voice being my instrument. During my undergraduate studies, I was recruited and performed as the lead female vocalist for a Rock band that ...
I believe everyone has the ability to sing … some better than others, of course, -- but regardless, I believe every voice can make a beautiful sound. I believe learning to sing requires team work: with the proper instruction and learning tools from me, the instructor, and with the dedication (pra
Speaks Italian, English
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Teaching since 2016
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B.A. in Music Studies from USF
B.A. in Psychology from USF
Currently studying for my M.A. in Clinical Mental Health Counseling at Rider University
Over 4 years experience teaching piano, voice, music theory, and composition
I have worked professionally as a classical singer and pianist for over 4 years
I also have been involved in pop, rock, and jazz bands throughout my musical journey, and even make my own pop music!
In my lessons I focus on the student's goals, so everything I teach will correlate with what you want to learn.
All ages, genres, interests, and abilities are welcome!
Hello there! I have over 4 years of experience as a piano and voice instructor. I taught students of all ages, from children ages 5-17 to adults ranging from age 18 to late 60s. I have taught students at ability levels ranging from the very beginning stages to students doing more intermediate/adva
Professional Music from Berklee College of Music
Teaching since 2001
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate
love teaching and keeping students interested. It's important to find titles that students can get behind and taking time to find pieces that are appropriate and interest students is my first priority.
I like to make sure that exercises are not looked at as a punishment. Breaking down how to apply a technique is as important as learning it.
Finally, I like to keep things light. I'm not going to motivate you by scaring you into practicing. There are other teachers that are good at that, but that's not my style. I'd rather work on finding out how to get you to be self motivated and actually enjoy what you're doing.
My specialties include jazz and pop styles.
I'm a saxophonist, pianist, arranger & songwriter. I graduated from Berklee College of Music with a Professional Music Degree, and currently run a sheet music startup called NiceChart. I have been a Music Director for Middle School and High School Bands and also have over 15 years experience teac
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