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Cameron C.

Littleton, CO

About Cameron

*** Lesson Details ***

I have a “parent’s always welcome” attitude in a well equipped furnished basement studio. I can make recording and CD creation available.

My teaching method guarantees you how to play the guitar, not just songs by memory or tab.

I call my style the Quick Fret board Mastery Teaching Style. Using this you will learn quickly how to play songs and have fun, but will be gaining the fundamentals all along. There are no boring theory classes or repetitive scale sessions, but you will leave each lesson with new knowledge of theory and scales without actually studying
them separately. You will instead being playing songs and having fun.

We have a custom workbook that includes CHORDS, SCALES, PROGRESSIONS, CHARTING and ADVANCED THEORY. The workbook outlines the basics, we add to it every week with material customized for you.

We go as fast or as slow as you decide. We give homework, but it is not mandatory.

If you are a student you will shine in your school, group or band. If you are an adult you will be amazed at how fast you learn and how good you will become.

We hope you grow to love music and the guitar as much as I do. ROCK ON!

*** Studio Equipment ***

Finished basement set up as music studio with guitars, amps, a sound system and seating for parents. Les Paul, Strat, Martin and Taylor guitars. Fender (2) and Mesa Boogie amps. Full sound system. CD, Mp3 player and Laptop with ITunes. 4-track digital recording systems. Plenty of room, chairs, stands, etc.

*** Specialties ***

Blues and rock guitar

***Experience***

I have played rock and blues guitar for 30 years. I grew up with the Beatles and Rolling Stones, but now play in the Albert King, Buddy Guy and Eric Clapton blues styles. I know most rock, blues, folk and jazz styles with some knowledge of country and classical.

I have been the rhythm, lead or bass guitar player in six bands spanning 30 years. My current band is West of the Blues.

I was mentored by Mike Bruce. Mike was BB King’s, Bobby Blue Bland’s and Bob Seger’s lead guitar player for many years. He has played with everyone from Eric Clapton to Janet Jackson.

During the Mike Bruce period my band opened for him almost everywhere. He became my mentor and guitar teacher and only then did I start learning how to play the instrument that initially looked easy.

I have taught Rock Band and Guitar in Denver Public Schools for the past four years.

I have taught guitar and bass informally for about 14 years and our Littleton based lesson studio has been in operation for eight years with lessons taught more formally.

I also am the founder of and current teacher at the School of Blues Colorado. Additionally I am the Band Director for 3 of the School of Blues bands.
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Becky P. February 24, 2016
Guitar · In home
Verified Student
My husband and I just started lessons with Cameron. Our first experience with him was awesome!! He was very friendly and made us feel welcome and comfortable. You can tell this guy really knows his stuff. Looking forward to working with him!!
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Johnny (for son Connor) M. July 1, 2014
Guitar · In studio
Verified Student
Connor really likes his teacher and feels like he is getting excellent instruction while learning something new every week.
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Sue S. November 5, 2012
Bass Guitar
Verified Student
We couldn't be happier!

My daughter has been taking guitar lessons with Cameron for several months now. She really loves it, and has learned a great deal. She is learning both guitar and bass guitar, and Cameron leaves it up to her which one she wishes to focus on that week. He is flexible, patient, kind, with a comfortable laid-back approach. My daughter leaves her lessons inspired. Cameron has a comfortable well lit studio in his home. He is an experienced teacher and performer, and has good advice and tricks to make learning easier. She is using a personalized workbook for lessons, and there is an emphasis on improv and learning by listening. We couldn't be happier!
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Cameron C.

Cameron C.

Littleton, CO 80127
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starting at
$28 / 30-min
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Mary F.

Denver, CO

About Mary

I've been playing piano since I was 6 yrs. old, and guitar and organ since I was 13. I've been able to use music in so many ways, and that is the opportunity I want for my students. From singing in school and church choirs, to accompanying and directing them, I've had a lot of enjoyable experiences. I've had the fun of performing solo and with bands, and have been teaching music for about 25 yrs, both privately and in the schools. My BA is in music education and my Masters is in individual performance. I've taught K-Jr College music classes in general music, chorus, piano, guitar, and theory.
I think my favorite form of teaching is still one-on-one lessons. Working with one student allows me to adjust my teaching to their particular learning style and needs.

*** Lesson Details ***
I'm strict enough to make sure that my students make progress and get a strong musical foundation. I'm laid back enough to make sure that they have a good time doing so and can feel that they are setting their own goals.

*** Studio Equipment ***
Grand Piano, Electric Piano, Guitars at Home
Basic Piano and Organ at Church

*** Travel Equipment ***
Supplemental music books are loaned from time to time.
I expect the student to have an instrument to practice on and lesson books (purchased)

*** Specialties ***
classical guitar and piano, beginner banjo and vocals
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Sean April 19, 2016
Piano · In studio
Verified Student
I scheduled a lesson with Mary on April 12. She cancelled her first lesson with me on April 19 without any reason why and rescheduled it over an existing appointment. No call on my phone, no email in my inbox. Very disappointing. Very unprofessional. With the variability of my schedule, I can't handle someone willing to cancel that close to a session (I'm a nurse who works 12 hour night shifts).
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Meg K. April 1, 2016
Singing · In home
Verified Student
My daughter loved meeting Mary, she has a very endearing and encouraging demeanor!
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Mary "Angie" U. November 6, 2015
Piano · In studio
Verified Student
I feel very relaxed during my lessons and totally enjoy what I'm given to practice. I'm being challenged but it's so rewarding to be learning a lot so quickly. I am grateful. Mary Angie Uhlmeyer.
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Mary F.

Denver, CO 80228
(13)
starting at
$30 / 30-min
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Michael L.

Golden, CO

About Michael

Michael L. is a very versatile and highly sought after musician and teacher.

Michael performs at 275 functions a year, teaches 30 private bagpipe and guitar students a week, is an instructor of music at the University of Colorado at Denver, and runs his own recording studio where he composes and records music for film, video and commercials.

*** Lesson Details ***
Quick, fun approach to getting students at any level playing better/easier.

*** Studio Equipment ***
I have all the toys!

*** Travel Equipment ***
I provide all of the music and handouts.

*** Specialties ***
All l
evels all styles. From beginner to professional.
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Bill May 19, 2016
Bagpipes · Online
Verified Student
Was struggling, but Michael, in 30 minutes, quickly identified what I was doing wrong, helped me understand some pipe " physics" , took me through a series of note sequences, and in 30 minutes I made more progress than I had using videos, books and advice from other pipers. More than anything, he got me engaged and made it fun
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Juliann April 22, 2016
Bagpipes · Online
Verified Student
Awesome! :)
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John April 14, 2016
Bagpipes · Online
Verified Student
Was able to work at my level
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Michael L.

Golden, CO 80401
(14)
starting at
$30 / 30-min
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Ruth R.

Littleton, CO

About Ruth

I have been teaching private piano lessons for 10 years, beginning in 2006. I have a degree in Early Childhood Education and Music from Millikin University where I studied vocal performance, piano, and music education. I am also a professional vocalist and perform at local churches. I look forward to working with you and sharing the joys of music!
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Sheryl G. May 18, 2016
Health Coaching · Online
I started taking online piano lessons with Ruth and learned that she is also a health coach. As a 43 year old mother, I was told by my doctor that I needed to get my weight down. Since I was so impressed with how patient and knowledgeable Ruth was about music and health, I decided to book health coaching sessions with her. Her program is very informative and educational. She understands that everyone's life is different and that not one diet or plan works for all. She tailored the program to accommodate my busy lifestyle and I am happy to report that I have lost 20lbs since we started earlier this year! Now, thanks to Ruth, I am skinnier and can play a musical instrument!
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Veronica B. May 18, 2016
Piano · Online
My daughter has been taking lessons with Ruth for over 2 years and she loves it! Ruth is very open to working on songs she likes. Not only does she learn to read the music, but really seems to understand the theory behind the music. I highly recommend Ruth. She is an exceptional teacher!
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Bill March 16, 2016
Piano · In studio
I am a piano student in my late 50's and have been taking lessons for 2 1/2 years now. I begin taking lessons with Ruth a little over a year ago and not only has my playing skilled increased significantly, but also my understanding of music in general. Ruth is very knowledgeable and an extremely patient person when it comes to teaching. I highly recommend her to anyone of any age or skill level.
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Ruth R.

Ruth R.

Littleton, CO 80129
(12)
starting at
$30 / 30-min
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Taylor R.

Golden, CO

About Taylor

**Biography**

As a Violist and Violinist, Taylor has performed with many famous musicians and conductors; notable names include founder of the Trans-Siberian Orchestra Mark Wood, Head Conductor of the Colorado State University Orchestra Wes Kenney, and jazz violin practitioner Randy Sabien.

During High School, Taylor received a letter and bar in Instrumental Music and was distinguished with the Director’s Award for Orchestra for his dedication to extracurricular work as the Principal Violist of the advanced orchestra.

Taylor also works as a freelance composer, arranger, educator, an
d recording performer. His video game and movie arrangements have been featured on many online entertainment websites, including ScrewAttack.com.

Taylor 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 Colorado Symphony Orchestra. After graduation, he studied music theory and piano privately with famous Ukrainian pianist and music historian Olga Dashevskaya at Red Rocks Community College. Before leaving Red Rocks, Taylor studied Viola and Violin technique under Katherine Thayer, Concertmaster of the Denver Philharmonic.

In February 2016, Taylor traveled to Derry, Northern Ireland to study under Liz Doherty, one of the most prestigious Irish fiddlers in the world. While there, Taylor also received brief training from Troy MacGillivray, a Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Award recipient. He also performed at the 2016 Derry International Irish Music Festival with famous pub session players and received an Advanced Certificate in Irish Studies from Ulster University.

Taylor is the Assistant Principal Violist for the Denver Pops Orchestra, one of the largest non-profit, professional orchestras in the Denver Metro area. Currently, he is an upperclassman at the University of Colorado Denver pursuing his Bachelor of Science degree in Music and Entertainment Business.

Taylor was also a notable actor during his time in high school. He performed at state competitions, including the Colorado State Thespian Conference and the Jefferson County Theatre Festival, where he received some the highest scores; 4/5 Superior ratings from nationally acclaimed judges, for his monologue and scene work.

**Lesson Methods**

Although lessons follow a basic curriculum, the lesson is always about what the student desires to accomplish. For example, music students are ALWAYS allowed to pick their own performance repertoire to work on. Lessons are always focused on encouragement, assistance, and the self-success & determination of the student.
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Kasen Fuller May 4, 2016
Piano · In home
Verified Student
The first lesson went awesome! He is very nice and suitable for anyone wanting to learn the piano!
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Janel W. June 16, 2015
Piano · In studio
Verified Student
I just took my first lesson the other day from Taylor. He is very nice & easy to work with and makes you feel comfortable like you've known each other for a while. He was very knowledgable & helpful at addressing questions & concerns I had about music theory & the piano. I look forward to working with him more.
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Kristy K. June 14, 2015
Viola · In home
Verified Student
He is very knowledgeable and awesome!!
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Taylor R.

Taylor R.

Golden, CO 80401
(4)
starting at
$15 / 30-min

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