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Trevor K.

New Bedford, MA

About Trevor

A Berklee graduate and seasoned professional musician, Trevor has performed all over the Country with numerous acts. Venue's include Boston's Hatch Shell, Sculler's and Ryle's Jazz Clubs, Symphony Hall, Hyne's Convention Center, the Agganis Arena, New York City's Rockwood Music Hall, Highline Ballroom, as well as Connecticut's Foxwood casino Grand Ballroom, and Rhode Island's Twin River Casino Event Center. Trevor has had the pleasure to either work, rehearse, record, and or perform with big names such as Tower of Power, Ricky Minor, Greg Hopkins, Joe Lovano, Lin Biviano, Tiger Okoshi, Phil
Wilson, American Idol finalist Erika Van Pelt, Amy Heideman and Nick Noonan of pop group Karmin, and many others. Currently Trevor is in constant travel around New York, New York City, and all of New England playing high end casinos, clubs, and function facilities with numerous acts. Trevor is available for hire involving live performances, studio projects, and private instruction.

*** Lesson Details ***
My first emphasis is on tone, sound projection, and pitch control. If you don't have a good sound and good presence, everything else is insignificant. After that is established, technique exercises are implemented in any and all styles that the student wishes to pursue. I prefer classical and jazz exercises for the saxophone. I expect my students to practice every day and "re-teach" themselves the knowledge and advice they receive from me. The REAL learning happens when you are all by yourself, realizing your mistakes and fixing them from within. I will show you how to go about doing this, but the student must be able to execute their goals on their own during the practice week. I am strict because I expect a lot out of my students. I also like to have fun! Don't forget that it is YOUR lesson. Whatever songs you want to learn, or if you want to sound like players you admire, let's go for it! Anything is possible!

*** Studio Equipment ***
Instruments: Tenor Sax, Alto Sax, Soprano Sax, Flute, Clarinet, Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar, and Keyboard. Also have two chairs, Music Stand, Instrument stands (2 Guitars, Keyboard, 3 Saxes, Flute and Clarinet.) Books and sheet music, Stereo Speakers, and audio library.

*** Travel Equipment ***
I bring my instruments (Tenor, Alto, Soprano saxes, Bb Clarinet, guitar) I can also bring a music stand, sax stand, tuner, metronome, and all books. I highly recommend that the student owns all of these items just mentioned.

*** Specialties ***
I teach jazz, classical, funk, pop, rock, blues, and r&b styles on saxophones. On clarinet I teach classical and Jazz. I also teach electric and acoustic guitar. Styles for guitar include rock and roll, blues, rhythm and blues, and pop. I also teach vocal techniques, help with songwriting, and the full spectrum of music theory and improvisation.
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virginia B. June 27, 2013
Saxophone
talented musician and inspiring teacher

Trevor has been my sax teacher for more than two years. He is both fun and inspiring. I am definitely a better musician because of my lessons with him.

Trevor makes me work hard but understands when I need the lesson to slow down. My favorite part of each lesson is when we get to play the music together.
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Trevor K.

Trevor K.

New Bedford, MA 02740
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Beau S.

Attleboro, MA

About Beau

I studied music performance at UMass Dartmouth. I have the tools to teach the students what they need to know in order to teach themselves. In lessons, I focus on what the student wants to learn.

*** Lesson Details ***
I can teach at my house in Attleboro or on the UMass Dartmouth campus, as well as come to you.

*** Studio Equipment ***
Kimball baby grand piano.

*** Specialties ***
Music theory and classical piano.
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Kate D. November 12, 2014
Piano · In home
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Beau is an absolute professional! He is so patient, knowledgeable and always on time. I always look forward to our lessons and highly recommend him to anyone else looking to learn Piano/Keyboard.
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Beau S.

North Dartmouth, MA 02747
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$27 / 30-min
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Seth M.

Wareham, MA

About Seth

My name is Seth and I currently have my bachelors degree in music technology while percussion as my principle instrument. I have been doing percussion for 16 years, and am in process of obtaining my masters in music tech.

Music is life and something important for young children to learn. It is my goal to teach students how to learn percussion starting from the basics, and progressing them through more advance techniques. I want them to have a strong background so if they wish to further pursue music as a career that they will be prepared for college.

My approach:
When I teach, I fi
rst start the student off on the snare drum. Snare drum will help establish certain principles that are important in percussion. Every instrument in percussion has its own techniques but getting the snare drum down first will help the student progress further in the field of percussion. As time passes and the student has progressed through the lessons I will introduce them to more percussion instruments that I can supply during the lesson. Also if the student wishes to focus on a specific percussion instrument I will help them with their desired focus, but also introduce other instruments as it is important for percussionists to have an idea of all the major instruments used in percussion.

I also teach adults, as music is something anyone can learn. Anyone can learn to play an instrument, but all it takes is time to learn. If you wish to know more information please contact me.

Currently I do lessons online and travel to the students home. I do travel more than 10 miles to teach.
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Tiffany S. June 2, 2015
Music Theory · Online
Your music really inspired me! Keep up the good work and I can't wait for you to make a full album.
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Seth M.

Wareham, MA 02571
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David G.

Nyack, NY

About David

I have spent all of my life in music. I have toured and recorded all over the world and have written the following books:

Teach Yourself Rock Bass (Music Sales Corp)
Teach Yourself Fretless Bass (Music Sales Corp)
Improvising Rock Bass (Music Sales Corp)
The Harmonic Colours for Bass (Warner Bros)
Heavy Metal Riffs for Bass (Music Sales Corp)
6 String Bass Builders (Hal Leonard)

I am currently writing 6 String Bass Builders Vol. 2 (Hal Leonard)

I also have an instructional videos with Homespun Tapes entitled "Mastering the Electric Bass Vol 1 & 2."

I believe each student is
unique and receives an individualized program of study including scales, chords, music theory, technique and repertoire.
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David G.

Falmouth, MA 02540
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$40 / 30-min
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Miles F.

New Bedford, MA

About Miles

As your teacher I’ll cover any and all material you want to learn as my teaching approach focuses on YOU (the student) getting the results you want out of lessons! Nothing is too simple or complicated for us to begin to explore and learn in the goal of creating real music, knowledge and experience!
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Miles F.

Miles F.

New Bedford, MA 02740
starting at
$30 / 30-min

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