Clayton Visual Arts Lessons for Kids
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Teaches students 5 and up
B.A English Literature from University of Massachusetts
Unlock your voice! You can sing! While you may have a goal in mind, such as preparing for a BFA program or joining a choir, the process is how you get there.
If you choose lessons for your child, in addition to having fun, they will:
-Sing with more joy and freedom
-Express themselves through music
-Learn how to read music
-Cultivate the confidence to engage in school and community opportunities
-Benefit academically as a musical study is proven to improve a student's overall performance
I will guide you through the mechanics:
-Posture and breathing
-Diction and articulation
-Exercises to warm up and grow your voice
-How to sing in different styles such as classical, musical theatre, pop, and rock
-Learn to read music
-Prepare for a performance
I work with singers of all ages - children, teens, adults, and seniors. Actors and voice-over actors. Public speakers and those who work from home and want to speak more clearly in Zoom meetings. If you want to improve your ...
We will set your goals together to move you towards finding and unlocking your voice. I have been teaching singing since 1998. I teach children, teens, and adults online and at my studio on the North Shore of Massachusetts. Read testimonials. I have performed extensively throughout New Eng
Awarded Acknowledgement from Honor Program
Teaches students 13 and up
Eduardo P.Book Now
Hello! My name is Eduardo and I am a classically trained tenor. I believe in a natural emission technique. Also diverse styles of music. I teach opera, musical theatre and pop. My one-on-one classes are especially designed for your particular need.
Tenor Eduardo Pacheco, a graduate of the music program at the Inter-American University of Puerto Rico, San Germán Campus, is a singer, actor and music teacher. He is currently pursuing his Master's in Vocal Performance at the Aaron Copland School of Music in New York, a limited admission program.
Speaks French, Spanish, English
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate
Awarded Phoenix Artist Award from Phoenix Office of Cultural Arts
I have been teaching beginning piano for over twenty five years. I teach both traditional western methods and the progressive style. I have a Doctorate in Music. I am very experienced teaching all ages. I teach out of my home studio in Scottsdale. If you have ever dreamed of learning to play music, I can help you make that dream come true.
Carolyn has taught advanced, intermediate and beginning violin and viola lessons for over twenty five years. She has also taught beginning piano and cello for over twenty years. Carolyn earned her Doctorate in Music Performance from Arizona State University. She has taught in the Maricopa Communi
Carolyn is insightful and encouraging. She knows when to offer critical feedback and when to offer positive feedback based on her student's temperament. She also paces progress based on the student's aptitude, too.
I'd recommend Carolyn for any beginning string musician without any hesitation.
Awarded Nominated for Best Educator in Prince William from InsideNova.com
Bachelor of Music Education from The Hartt School / University of Hartford
I offer beginning and intermediate cello lessons for children and adults.
Master of Music Education The Hartt School - University of Hartford West Hartford, CT Bachelor of Music The Hartt School - University of Hartford West Hartford, CT Current Public School Teacher Over 18 years experience teaching private violin, viola, cello, guitar, and piano lessons!
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate
Teaching since 2017
Elexus D.Book Now
During our lesson we will learn the basics of drawing and key terms so that you will be able to create a successful drawing. One of the key terms that we will and a very important term used in many forms of art is Value. Once we learn about value we will complete a few exercises to better understand how to use value. Once we have learned about values we will then learn about highlights and shadows and how these are a very important to creating a successful drawing. After completing these exercises we will then use all the techniques we have learned to create a drawing. This class is recommended to take before any other lessons. Materials needed: Sketch pad, eraser, drawing pencils or a No. 2 pencil and blenders or Q-tips
I am an artist, instructor, painter and drawer. While studying for my Bachelor in Fine Arts I completed a summer internship where I had four permanent pieces installed in a showroom, these pieces were stain glass and tile mosaics. Since getting my bachelor's I worked at a studio part- time for 2 1/2
Teaches students 5 and up
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Luis C.Book Now
Been implementing SQL applications in enterprise environments. I can teach basics and advance concepts, as well as productivity tips.
I'm a professional developer and technology consultant with more than 15 years of experience working with Fortune 500 companies and financial institutions. I have a BS degree in Computer Science. I'm been very focused on building my career and I can't wait to share tips and lessons learned from work
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