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Speaks English, German (Deutsch)
Teaches students 5 and up
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Learn proper technique, how to read sheet music, how to play scales and chords, music theory, and more!
Justin W. is a professional performer, composer, and educator based in Rockledge, Florida. Justin received his Bachelor of Music Performance in Voice from the University of North Florida and his Master of Music in Choral Conducting at the University of Louisville. He has performed alongside the Lou
Uncle Dave T.
Speaks The Language of Music
BSEE from Florida Institute of Technology
Teaching since 1980
Uncle Dave T.
Bass guitar is the heartbeat of a song, lots of fun while learning to understand the basics of the instrument. I guide the student through all the steps up to and including composing and playing the bass in a studio recording. A full production of a song of your choice is provided.
About Uncle Dave
ABOUT I teach guitar, piano and voice lessons professionally to all ages and skill levels. In addition, I have recording services available for on-site and remote locations. Production music demos can be recorded for all interested students. I provide audio consulting and coaching if requested.
Speaks French, Spanish, English
Piano, Organ and voice lessons from Millikin University
Teaching since 1984
What a joy it is to play the piano!!! I have been playing piano and organ for over 35 years and teaching piano for over 25 years. One of my greatest joys is seeing people learn how to use their gift of music in making music through piano playing. I am happy to work with you at whatever level you are and whatever pace suits you. Some people learn faster than others and some in different ways. I will work with you to make sure you thoroughly enjoy your piano playing experience!
How exciting that you are thinking about learning to play the piano!!! One of my greatest joys in life has been sharing my gift of music with others, especially in teaching piano lessons. I began playing piano when I was 10 years old and by the age of 12 I was playing in my local church. I'm sur
He is a very patient and kind teacher, and every weekly lesson finishes off on a positive note, pun intended. I would ultimately like to play some of Bach's wonderful organ solo pieces and I'm confident Mr. Rossi can get me there.
I have learned to read music, amazing statement coming from me. I have always wanted to learn to read music and play the piano, guitar, or some instrument.
When I retired I decided to take piano lessons to fulfill my wish and to learn something new.
Jim is so patient and understanding, I don’t believe another teacher would have been able to keep be going.
He knows exactly what my bad habits are and is trying to help me break them with great suggestions! For one,
I like to look at the keys while playing.
If you want to learn to play piano, Jim is your man!
Yoon Jae L.
Speaks English, Korean
Teaching since 2002
Bachelor of Music, Piano and Orchestral Conducting from Mannes College, The New School for Music
Yoon Jae L.
I offer conducting lessons to serious music students who wish to pursue a career in conducting or wish to learn conducting skills for classroom instruction. I cover the basics such as baton technique and transposition to more advanced topics such as score study, analysis and rehearsal technique. I generally teach from the Adler book but also have my own method using scores from the standard repertoire.
About Yoon Jae
Yoon Jae enjoys a multifaceted career as a conductor, arranger, pianist, and artrepreneur. As Founder & Artistic Director of Ensemble 212, Mr. L has built one of today’s finest ensembles based in New York. They have received critical acclaim for their innovative programming of works by living comp
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate
Teaching since 1990
Bachelor of Music Performance from State University of New York at Buffalo
Eric S.Book Now
I offer music lessons in the lower Hudson Valley region as well as remotely via Skype or FaceTime.
I have decades of experience working with students of all ages and levels and I often prepare students for recitals and NYSMMA competitions. I do not use a cookie-cutter method for instruction. Lessons are tailored to meet the specific needs of each student and taught in a comfortable and friendly teaching environment.
I specialize in teaching:
* beginners students (ages 6 and up)
* basic classical repertoire
* music theory
* jazz & blues improvisation
Not sure? Try one lesson and see if you like it.
PS. I also give drum lessons!
Eric is a third generation musician from Western New York. A multitalented artist, Eric has worked as a composer, percussionist, pianist, author and educator for most of his life. As a composer, Eric has received four prestigious Meet the Composer grants, a Utah Arts Council grant, NEA Foundat
Speaks Spanish, English
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Teaching since 2016
The arrangement and composition lessons focus on both the theoretical and practical knowledge required to produce a piece of music, such as voicing techniques, instrumental ranges and musical structure. We will combine homeworks meant to address specific issues with whatever music you have written that you want to work on in class. No previous experience is required to take this course. If your music theory skills are weak, we will just balance working a bit more on those.
Singers are welcome! I have worked with vocalists and choirs before, so please do not hesitate to try these lessons too.
My main area of specialty is jazz but I can certainly help you to explore other styles, as I have experience in rock, classical and Latin American music as well.
I am a professional saxophone player and arranger who has worked for the evening music program of the University of Chile as a saxophone instructor and ensemble coach. During my studies at UNT I also served as a teaching assistant for the Jazz Arranging class and as a grader for Music Theory. A
Keith uses a structured approach that gave me a very solid foundation as a composer/arranger. He starts from the basics of harmony/instrumentation and progresses all the way to advanced orchestration and intricate harmony writing. His music notation software of choice is Sibelius, but I used Musescore when studying from him and I was able to learn everything he taught just fine.
One thing I like about him is that he can work at your pace. When I was studying with him, I was in a class with three other students. We were all at different skill levels, but he was able to help all of us progress at our own rate, giving us specific individual feedback depending on our skill. On top of that, he is bilingual in both Spanish and English.
I highly recommend Keith to anyone trying to improve their Jazz composition and arranging! He will seriously help you out big time just like he did for me.
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