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Teaches students 5 to 80
Awarded Senior Award from Kurt Lucas
Jazz Commercial Performance from Towson University
I can give great lessons about jazz piano and jazz pedagogy for students! These lessons will be fun for the student and I can assist with scales and chord types as well.
Hello! My name is Michael, I am a graduate of Towson University with a bachelors degree in music and jazz performance and I am eager to teach future musicians how to play the Saxophone/various instruments and to also teach them about music in general. I can also provide clarinet and flute lessons
Wilma Evangeline B.
Speaks English, Tagalog, English
Teaching since 1995
Awarded Early Childhood Music and Movement Instruction from KD Silver Spring MD
Wilma Evangeline B.
All cello lessons are taught as private, one-on-one music instruction in music studio. Cello lessons are tailored to each student by taking their goals, experience, and learning pace into consideration.
For beginner students, lessons include fundamentals – such as posture, instrument position, bow and left hand technique, and music reading/sight reading as well as fun musical learning games
For Intermediate students, lessons focus on performing repertoire from all musical periods. More advanced bow and left hand techniques such as spiccato, shifting, and vibrato will be covered, as well as advanced note reading, listening, and music theory.
About Wilma Evangeline
*** Studio Equipment *** Upright Piano Yamaha Electric Keyboard, Guitar, Violin, Flute & Drums *** Travel Equipment *** Guitar, Keyboard, *** Specialties *** Early Childhood Music, General Music Education, Music Therapy & Special Education Services
Speaks Serbian, English, German, Armenian, Bulgarian
Awarded Holland American Music Society from HAMS
Bachelor of Music from The Juilliard School
I believe that every student has his/her own need because we are all unique as human beings, every one of us has their stronger and weaker skills and my job as a teacher is to find the best tool to pass to the given student.
I am strict but fun, whichever amount the student needs more.
I use the Suzuki books because the songs (and later pieces) in are very good, popular, fun, and evenly progressive.
Achievements depend also on the student and the amount of practicing done at home. I as a teacher can only do that much in passing my knowledge and spur the student own. Practicing at home is very, very important.
Hrant's interests range from the solo cello repertoire to chamber music, teaching, and orchestral playing. As a teacher he has been a faculty member at Yale School of Music, 92nd Y, Summertrios Music Festival, and has held master classes at Yale and the William Blount-Slawson Competition. He has re
Speaks Portuguese, Spanish, English
Teaching since 2009
Professional Music from Berklee College of Music
Do you want to sing & play your favorite songs?
Do you dream of writing your own songs?
I have been teaching music privately since 2009 and LOVE to help my students sing and play their favorite songs all while becoming a well rounded musician.
We will get to the joy of playing as quickly as possible and as we go along we will fill in the music fundamentals - reading and writing music, rhythm, technique, songwriting, music theory and more. It will be a fun and enriching experience.
I can't wait to connect with you - to support and challenge you and help you make your musical dreams come true.
My name is Marye. I am a Singer/Songwriter and Teaching Artist. I sing and play guitar, ukulele and piano. I have been teaching music privately since 2009 and I LOVE IT! I love sharing what I have learned in my own music career with my students. I love helping my students sing and play their fa
Teaches students Male: 5 to 35; Female: 5 to 75
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
A good violin lesson is all about balance: balance between études and repertoire, between technique and expression, even between historical/contextual information and elements of music theory. In the end, the most important things are that the student is learning, and that the student is having fun.
***Please message me before purchasing a lesson package to ensure we are a good fit! Thank you :-)*** Hello, I'm Mallory! I have been playing Violin and Piano for 15 years. In May 2017 I graduated from the Chicago College of Performing Arts at Roosevelt University, where I earned a BM in Viol
Teaching since 2010
Teaches students 5 and up
Awarded Semifinalist from International Songwriting Competition
Specializing in beginning guitar, I've taught numerous people with all kinds of goals. From being able to perform basic scales and bar chords, to simply being able to be the person at a party to play a song or two, I'm here to help break the guitar down in simple terms so that ANYONE can accomplish their goals. I'll keep you motivated to stick it out until you're satisfied and feel confident in your basic guitar skills.
With a Bachelor's Degree in Songwriting and a minor in Music Business from the acclaimed Belmont University in Nashville, TN, I can offer you a unique experience of learning not only the craft and techniques behind singing, guitar and songwriting, but I can also offer first hand experience in navig
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I have been receiving lessons from Kyle for several months now and I am very impressed with his musical knowledge and his professionalism. Under his instruction, I have made gray progress on the guitar and my understanding of musical theory. Kyle is a very friendly and patient teacher as well. Highly recommended!"
Tim is an excellent teacher. We were very impressed with his knowledge and my daughter showed tons of improvement in the past few months. This helped her confidence level and she sings more often. We highly recommend Tim as a voice teacher."
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