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Teaches students 5 and up
Teaching since 2021
Virginia C.Book Now
I currently have 8+ years of choral experience, and am currently pursuing a degree in vocal performance and choral education.
I currently am a 20 year old college student, but I have full confidence in my own abilities to pass down the knowledge I've learned in several fields, including music theory, sighting singing, etc.
I believe my young age is only a benefit, as I feel it would help me connect much more deeply with my students. I look forwards to teaching you.
Hello! My name is Virginia, an ongoing student of music, as well as a composer. I have several years of choral experience, and consider myself a talented singer and artist. I have been learning how to play the piano, and have composed my own piece. I might not be able to brag about being a profes
Speaks English, German (Deutsch)
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Associate of Arts (Music) from Brevard Community College
Learn proper technique, how to read sheet music, how to play scales and chords, music theory, and more!
Justin W. is a professional performer, composer, and educator based in Rockledge, Florida. Justin received his Bachelor of Music Performance in Voice from the University of North Florida and his Master of Music in Choral Conducting at the University of Louisville. He has performed alongside the Loui
Speaks spanish, english
Teaching since 2003
Teaches students 9 and up
David F.Book Now
David Flores is a committed proactive music teacher with the appropriate resources and experience required for efficient and effective learning. Mr. Flores currently teaches music theory and instrumental instruction classes in the greater Los Angeles area and distance learning music classes online. David Flores is an active member of the Music Teachers' Association of California and is certificated by the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing.
Online classes available.
David Flores studied at the Oberlin Conservatory of Music (BM ’05) where he was awarded the Dean’s talent award for exceptional solo performance and the Margaret Jones scholarship for academic excellence. David completed his graduate studies at the Cleveland Institute of Music (MM ’09). Studyi
Speaks English, French
Teaching since 2010
Piano lessons with me will cover the fundamentals of technique and theory. We also work on musicianship and repertoire. Come learn with me!!!!
I am a vocalist and musician from Western Massachusetts now on the West Coast! I have been singing and playing music since before I can remember. I grew up singing in school and regional choirs as well as playing the flute in District and All-State Festivals. I have been fortunate enough to play lea
Awarded Magna Cum Laude Honor from Grand Canyon University
Teaches students 5 and up
I teach all forms of literacy including listening, speaking, writing, and reading English. I teach grammar, phonics, word recognition and comprehension, vocabulary, spelling, and effective, expressive, and creative writing skills. I have been an avid reader and writer ever since my elementary school days. At college, I received a perfect score on my departmental English exam. I have three education degrees: A double bachelor's in elementary education and music, and a Master's Degree in Reading and Curriculum. I am presently a Mesa Laubach Literacy Council Board Member and Tutor. I love to help students become more proficient in the English language.
Karen R. was born and raised in a musical family in Lindstrom, Minnesota. Karen has loved to sing and play instruments almost all of her life, and became passionate about music early in her childhood. She has played 7 instruments proficiently including piano, bass guitar, acoustic guitar, ukulele, t
Teaching since 2020
Teaches students 5 to 21
Have an interest in acting? Need help with college prep? Just wanna have some theatrical fun? I'm the coach for you! I always start by asking you about any previous experience you may have with acting, your goals, and what are some ways you learn the best. I make it my goal to make sure you feel safe to learn and that it's a good time! I incorporate a bit of lecture and play into my lessons, but don't worry about taking notes; I make sure to provide a resource folder for my students! I assign homework, but it's nothing too scary. I just want to help you begin your practice of acting. Are you ready to learn and have fun?! Well... WHAT ARE YOU WAITING FOR? Schedule a lesson with me today! Begin your acting journey now!
BFA acting major at Millikin University. I’m here to provide affordable acting lessons that will help you build a strong foundation of understanding the art of acting.
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