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Zero travel time is great for a busy schedule.
Typically priced lower than local lessons.
Online students stick with lessons as long as local students.
I wanted to start taking the violin seriously, and Julie was certainly the best teacher for that (and still is!). She helped me prepare for m
initially, I was reluctant about entering into the program. I thought the traditional mode of instruction always the best. it all chan
Andrew is an excellent teacher. He is a patient listener and has a gentle style. Andrew is knowledgeable in mus
Joe is a passionate music teacher who loves to laugh with his students (not at them), who has a dedication to music and his
Technically, I am not a student of Mr. Moulton but I have sung with him in choirs and, as a chorister, I have sung under
Jason is a gifted player, dynamic teacher, and he motivates me to play better and challenge myself.
First, he challenges me to play better. I'm not always happy while we are running chord drills with a stopwatch, but because of it, I am better, faster, and music is a lot more enjoyable to play when you are not thinking about where chords or scales are. He is quick to support what I do correctly, but also doesn't shy away from fixing things I do wrong or bad habits that I have developed. He also mixes in regular work on improvisation skills, reading TAB, and even writing your own music or solo work.
Next, he teaches me to be more accurate. If we are working on a song that is too fast or technical, heâll slow it down either by using software or recording a quick backing track. Then we both play and focus on accuracy. Itâs always a good feeling to play all the way through a song even if itâs at 80% speed.
Finally, Jason is simply a real standup sort of guy. He is punctual, communicates with his students regularly, organizes events where students can play, and takes a real interest in his students.
I wouldnât hesitate at all to recommend Jason to anyone of any skill or ambition level."
Maria is an intelligent, caring, and thoughtful teacher. She listens and takes the time to customize your lessons according to your
My son is really enjoying the sessions with Steve. Steve is teaching him the songs that he loves. Ryan is always playin
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