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My mission, is to create a private and educational environment to students of all ages. One that enriches their senses to music, through reading, writing, ear training, performance and technique.
Nick comes from a family of four generations of music in the GREEK/Balkan repertoire. He graduated from Columbia College of Chicago with a concentration in Music Composition in December of 2009. Currently teaching and performing professionally, Nick enjoys all styles of music, but has been declared as an "old soul" by many of his friends. He enjoys playing lots of Motown, funk, and jazz, but is proficient in Classical, Rock, and Blues as well. When not playing music (rarely), he is a Board member for the GivingBackPack Foundation which provides school supplies to underprivileged children. Nick's dedication to education is shown through his music and his personal volunteer hours, he feels his diverse background gives his students an advantage to a broader perspective of music and ...
Experienced trombone teacher of 3 years available for eager students of all experience levels and ages! I structure my lessons so students learn what they want to learn, while also building a strong foundation of trombone skills. I teach students to play great music, listen critically, and teach themselves. I emphasize fundamental skills and break down complex skills into the simplest components to reach a fluent level in the most efficient way.
I am an experienced orchestral trombonist, currently a member of the Quad City, Green Bay, and Dubuque Symphony Orchestras. I have bachelor's and master's degrees in trombone performance and have been teaching junior high and high school students for over two years. Teaching proficiency include classical, jazz, band, orchestra, and chamber music.
I've been teaching music privately, in camps, and in a classroom setting for over ten years. Guitar, Songwriting, Beginner Piano, Music Theory, and Trombone are what I play and teach. *** Lesson Details *** I believe that incorporating a balance of music theory and ear-training right from the beginning of instruction is important to give a student the tools to improve and achieve their goals. I also believe that many teachers forget how much fun music is and should be. *** Studio Equipment *** Acoustic Guitar -Electric Guitar -Amplifiers -Microphone -Trombone -Keyboard *** Travel Equipment *** Acoustic guitar -Electric guitar -Trombone
Lessons can be either traditional or non-tradition with an emphasis in free-improvisation. In the traditional approach each lesson would focus on repertoire and method and technique. In a free-improvisational approach, the student will learn extended techniques commonly associated with the avant-garde.
Will H’s composition draws its inspiration from as divergent sources as American and European minimalism to gamelan and indie rock. Recent focus has been devoted to collaboration where he has enjoyed interdisciplinary work with choreographers, filmmakers, and playwrights. His music has been performed in the U.S., England, and Thailand by ensembles including the Fort Smith Symphony Orchestra and the JCFA Composer's Orchestra, along with readings by the JACK Quartet, the University of Arkansas Orchestra, the University of Iowa Kantorei, directed by Timothy Stalter, and the Center for New Music Ensemble, directed by David Gompper. As a performer, he has participated in ensembles devoted to new music including the JCFA Composer’s Orchestra, Ensemble 48, the Outside Orchestra based out of ...
Every level welcome. I am a professional in my field on trombone. I have found the most success with using "Accent on Achievement" for beginners. As students progress, more materials will be needed. "Arban's: Complete Method" and "Melodious Etudes for Trombone: by Rochut" are standard for advancing students in my curriculum.
Dan M. is a freelance musician and private lesson instructor in the Chicago area. Born in the Chicago suburbs, Mr. M. graduated from Northern Illinois University with a Bachelor of Music in euphonium performance, and traveled to Colorado where he earned a Master of Music in trombone performance at the University of Colorado at Boulder. As an active musician, he has performed on trombone and euphonium in many musical groups ranging form wind ensembles and orchestras to brass quintets and other chamber groups. Mr. M. was also a member of the Flatirons Brass Quintet at the University of Colorado, which toured to Beijing, China in May of 2011, and placed in the semi-finals of the internationally known Fischoff Chamber Music Competition in May of 2012. As a teacher, Mr. M. has been teaching
Trombone is my main instrument. I perform regularly around Chicago with local big bands, jazz combos, community orchestras, rock bands, and at jam sessions.
Lessons focus on sound quality, musicality, and technique, all taught through music that interests you.
I am a freelance trombonist from Eugene, Oregon currently studying and performing in Chicago. I'm attending DePaul University pursuing a degree in Jazz Studies with a focus on Trombone Performance. I love performing and teaching all types of music, and I'm happy to tailor lessons toward whatever type of music you're looking to learn.
"Steven is very professional and extremely helpful. He always has a smile on and is serious about helping you phrase the music. I would highly recommend him to anyone."
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