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Rebecca F.

Bellevue, NE

About Rebecca

I have 45 years of teaching experience, from beginners to advanced students. I also teach the people no one else thinks are teachable because I work with people from where they are and find their best learning styles. Several of my students are now professional musicians, but that's not everyone's course. I teach every age range from 3-83 and everything from classical to country-western. And I teach every orchestral and band instrument, and guitar, bass, and drum kit and some instruments you've never heard of. I also teach voice, pop, rock, opera, doesn't matter to me. *** Lesson Details *** Important Note: I will no longer take new students that want lessons every other week, beginning Nov1. Inconsistent lessons, especially with younger students, allows them to forget too much ...

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Maha F. December 12, 2014
Flute · In home
Verified Student
We really having Rebecca at our house giving my 10 years old daughter flute lessons. She is really fun and has a cheerful way of teaching. I appreciate very much that she dedicates herself in teaching and sometimes even stays longer than the designated time with my girl to explain more to her.
She is a talented instructor with a wonderful personality.
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John M. November 11, 2014
Guitar · In home
Verified Student
We've briefly tried guitar instructions at a studio and in my home and weren't really happy with either. Decided to give it another go and were very lucky to find Rebecca.
My 10 year old grandson is learning to play an electric guitar whereas I favor the acoustic. Instead of doing 2 separate half hour lessons, Rebecca let us combine them into a single hour that we take together. Doing the lessons together makes it easy to see how Rebecca makes adjustments to each person's abilities and instrument. A number of the songs in the music book are made for 3 separate guitars, which makes it more enjoyable/interesting as each one of us (including Rebecca) take turns playing a different guitar's section at the same time.
A real down to earth individual that is both joyful and serious. I keep coming up with questions regarding music and playing the guitar. Whether its part of the lesson or not; she is always provides me with an answer that is easy to understand.
I would highly recommend Rebecca as an instructor.
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Enjolee H. September 19, 2014
Singing · In studio
Verified Student
Rebecca is awesome to work with. She explains things clearly and makes the lessons fun and super informative!
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Bryan E.

Bellevue, NE

About Bryan

From Bryan: *Teaching music and coaching young artists has always been my passion. I am a compassionate teacher, and I strive to keep lessons flexible and fun. I am willing to work with your schedule and will ensure that your lessons are worth it. Students of mine have gone on to become music majors, music teachers, and freelance musicians. Music is a beautiful art and activity that allows individual expression in ways that are safe, fun, and growth-inspiring. I love teaching music to students of all ages and look forward to hearing from you!* Bryan has performed across the United States in various ensembles, from marching bands to symphony orchestras. Recent performances include: Principal Trumpet of the Tucson Symphony Orchestra, Principal Trumpet of the ASU Symphony Orchestra, ...

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Jackie K. July 20, 2014
Trumpet · In studio
I took lessons from Bryan for 2 years as a student in the music program at Arizona State University. He was very helpful in giving me tips on how to improve my dynamics, tonguing, range, air flow, sight reading and a ton of other things. His lessons definitely focus on what I thought I needed to improve on but he would also help me discover I could grow so much in areas I thought I was proficient on. One area he helped my improve a lot was my double tonguing and triple tonguing. I always thought I was good at those exercises but Bryan taught me how to improve the articulation making the attacks cleaner and how to improve my stamina. He will push you making you improve more than you thought was possible as long as you are willing to practice on your own and not just at the lessons. For learning music he is also very helpful and helped me for 3 of my college juries which I ended up passing all of them with his help. I would definitely recommend taking lessons from him and you'll definitely see the improvement.
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Jensin C.

Lincoln, NE

About Jensin

I am a private piano teacher in Lincoln, Nebraska. I hold a B.M. degree in music performance from Illinois Wesleyan University and am currently working on my M.M. in piano pedagogy and performance at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. I intend to obtain my doctorate in pedagogy and eventually teach at the collegiate level. While I enjoy performing, I've found that my true passion is instructing others, helping them enjoy the benefits of music.

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John C.

Syracuse, NE

About John

Hi, I'm John! I picked up a guitar in 1969 and have been a musician ever since. Let me teach you what I know! I have been married to the love of my life for almost 4 decades and am the father of three amazing young women. My eldest, Rachel C. is a very popular voice teacher on takelessons.com in NYC. I have played regularly in bands since the late 60's and want to teach you everything I know about rock, jazz, country, blues, and island rhythms. My main instrument is the electric guitar but I also teach bass, vocals, and drums. My wife and I own an antique store in Syracuse, Nebraska.

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Tim P. April 8, 2015
Acoustic Guitar · In studio
I have taken guitar lessons on and off for several years when I met John by chance a couple of months ago and have been taking acoustic and electric lessons since. John is by far the best guitar teacher I have ever been associated with. John has a real knack for figuring out what makes a student tick and uses that to enhance the learning experience. It makes it more fun too!! I have learned more from John in 7 or 8 lessons than I have in 30 years and would most definitely recommend John to anyone wanting to learn to play the guitar, young or old. John is laid back and has a great and supportive demeanor for the times you don't think you are catching on quickly enough and I will be with him for a long time!!
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Lewis A. February 17, 2015
Acoustic Guitar · In studio
I was John's college roommate. I can't play a lick but he really can. He has a wonderful touch and is a patient good person who will truly be able to help you learn to play.
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Kylie P.

Lincoln, NE

About Kylie

Kylie has been teaching private lessons since 2011 and is currently available to teach lessons at her home studio. Kylie has helped students improve musicality through music fundamentals, set personal goals and record growth, learn proper performance technique, and develop learning skills that expand to life skills. Kylie received her training at Buena Vista University in 2013 where she received degrees in Music Education (K-12) and Vocal Performance. As an expert in her field, Kylie looks forward to helping new students achieve their goals. Kylie's teaching style is through a personal and relational approach, student's personal goal settings, and a rounded education in music theory, reading, genre variety, and performance technique. Training: Buena Vista University, class of 2013 ...

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