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Sunnie H.

Denver, CO

About Sunnie

I grew up in Colorado and received my Bachelor of Arts degree from CU. My main focus of studies was theatre arts, including acting classes, dance, musical theatre, voice, and music theory. I've been playing the piano since I was 8 and singing just as long. i spent years in LA, Las Vegas, Nashville and Austin "honing" my craft: singing with bands, songwriting, and doing musicals. I have also in the past few years learned to play the guitar and refreshed my piano skills (after a few years off). My proudest accomplishment now are my 2 CDs of all original music, both released in the last few years :) I am eager to teach all I've learned in the past to new students! *** Lesson Details *** My focus in a lesson is not just to teach someone how to sing or play, but how to perform. I want ...

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camille B. May 28, 2014
Singing · In studio
Verified Student
Sunne has been very inspirational and easy to work with!
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Dirk H. November 11, 2013
Piano
Verified Student
Sunny is a great teacher.

Being an older beginner, I wasn't sure at first if learning to play the piano would be feasible, but after my first lesson with Sunny if felt a lot better about accomplishing this life-long dream.
Sunny is a great teacher, very good at explaining the music theory and the lessons take place in a calm and relaxed environment.
She picked the right study materials and after 11 months of lessons I am able to play easy songs (with both hands).
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Amber J.

Englewood, CO

I have a enjoyed Acting since preparing and performing many roles in high school and college. As I prepared for my Masters Degree performance and then opening in Berlin Germany I learned many acting skills that helped me reach my goals.
I have many students that study acting to help them express emotion in their everyday life.

About Amber

Growing up in Denver, I had a huge desire for singing and performing. By age 14, I was taking weekly singing & piano lessons, was acting constantly in local productions-many times getting the lead role. Some of the productions I acted in: The Wizard of Oz (Dorothy), Camelot, Anything Goes (Reno Sweeney), How to Succeed in Business (Smitty), Carousel, Oklahoma, Les Miserables, and Oliver (Nancy.) I received a 4-year scholarship to the Conservatory of Music in Stockton, CA. at the University of the Pacific. Upon graduation, I entered graduate school at the University of North Texas to continue my singing and piano studies, along with music theory, history, and musical video production. Upon graduating UNT, I was chosen among 200 performing arts majors to be the featured soloist at ...

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Susan S. May 4, 2015
Singing · In studio
Verified Student
Amber is amazing with my daughter. She is a joy to be with and her methods have quickly brought great improvement in her voice and her confidence.
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Geoff M. November 17, 2014
French · In studio
Verified Student
Amber was a great teacher, she was patient with me and my wife when we had trouble and helped us stay on task. We learned basic French faster than I expected.
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Charles B. August 28, 2014
Singing · In home
Amber is our church's music director and as a member of the worship team I have had the opportunity to observe her interact with students, including my wife. Needless to say, I was quite impressed with her abilities. But, I didn't realize the scope of her wonderful expertise until I began taking voice lessons from her. The awesome thing about Amber is her ability to interact with the student on the student's level. In other words, Amber has the wonderful ability of sharing her musical expertise by teaching in such a gentle, encouraging and patient manner that makes taking lessons from her a joy and privilege. Although, her knowledge of music is second to none, she teaches in such a gracious manner that the student doesn't feel like they are being talked-down-to.
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Taylor R.

Golden, CO

I focus on rehearsal technique as well as basic principles of acting. However, if a student would like more advanced study such as accent work, methodology, etc., I specialize in those areas as well.

About Taylor

**Biography** Taylor is a sophomore transferring from Red Rocks Community College in Fall 2015. He is a prospective student of the University of Northern Colorado with a declared Bachelor's in European History and minors in Music and Theatre. He plans to attain his Masters but has not determined a concentration. As a musician, Taylor has performed with many famous musicians and conductors; notable names include Mark Wood (founder of the Trans-Siberian Orchestra), Wes Kenney (lead conductor of the Colorado State University Symphony Orchestra), and Randy Sabien (famous jazz violinist). He studied Viola privately during high school at the University of Denver under the instruction of champion fiddler and musical saw player Caroline McCaskey, who has been a guest performer for the ...

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Varughese T. June 21, 2014
Audio Engineering · Online
Verified Student
He's awesome. Took patience to be my teacher. But he was patient and answered my questions and made sure i understood the concept
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Jil A.

Littleton, CO

I have been preforming since I can remember! I received my BA in Theatre in 2002 from Wittenberg University, working in outdoor theatre during a couple summers. After school I moved to Chicago and began teaching for a grant to keep the arts in schools, and preforming in different shows around the city, including the long running show Tony and Tina's Wedding. I moved back to CO in 2009 and began teaching for an after school acting program. Let's have some fun while growing in our craft!

About Jil

Making dresses out of trash bags and playing pretend growing up to working in Chicago theatre, my love for creating new worlds and characters has never faded. I starting acting in plays throughout school, studied at SA Casting while living in Adelaide Australia, and earned my BA in Theatre from Wittenberg University. Working in theatre has something I have done for many years in many different capacities from teaching for a grant to keep the arts in schools, acting in professional theatre, teaching for after school theatre programs and doing some private coaching. I will push my students and expect them to take their craft seriously, but I want them to feel safe, to be goofy, make mistakes, find something new about themselves they didn't know, and most importantly have fun while they ...

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Dana G.

Denver, CO

Students can expect fun and rigorous acting lessons designed around their goals. I am a nurturing teacher, so shy students should have no fear! We will work with the three major acting tools: our voices, bodies and imaginations.

About Dana

Hello. I am a New York state-certified drama teacher. I moved to Denver recently, and my Colorado teaching license is pending. I attended Vanderbilt University in Nashville, TN, and received my B.A. in Theatre and Psychology. I earned my Master's degree in Educational Theatre from New York University in New York, New York. I have worked as a professional actor in the theater as well as film. I am a member of the Screen Actors Guild. I love teaching acting to students that want to learn. I teach all aspects of performing: stage acting, scene study, audition preparation, film acting, voice work, etc. I am very excited to teach in Denver!

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