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Doctor of Music from Florida State University
Teaching since 2006
As a violin teacher, I love helping my students achieve their goals!
I believe not only the results matter, but also the journey. I focus my lessons on helping the student learn and have a deeper understanding of music theory, harmony, rhythm, technique, and how all those apply to the violin. I specialize in classical music and I use methods such as Suzuki, Essential Elements, and many others to help you become a better violinist. The lessons take place in a relaxed and fun setting :)
I have been playing the violin for more than 20 years but my love for teaching started about 10 years ago! I became fascinated with teaching as not only I have learned so much about myself as a musician and person but most importantly I have learned how to help my students become better musicians.
Doctor Joshua G.
Speaks Spanish, Malay, Mandarin, English
Doctor of Music (Piano Performance and Pedagogy) from Northwestern University, Evanston, Illinois
Teaches students 2 and up
Doctor Joshua G.
Discover the easiest and fastest ways to level up your Piano playing skills . With my proven methods, you can propel to a 9th year of playing caliber within 3 years or shorter!
I’m a Doctor of Music (Piano Performance & Pedagogy-Northwestern University) with 43 years of teaching experience.
I teach all ages, all levels & all styles.
I teach by ear & conventional note-reading methods. I'm fun, relax, hip, relatable & effective!
I have excellent experience with online teaching. I am currently conducting WhatsA-- & FaceT--- practice sessions with my piano students worldwide.
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Discover the easiest and fastest ways to level up your Piano playing skills. With my proven methods, you can propel to a 9th year of playing caliber within 3 years or shorter! I’m a Doctor of Music (Piano Performance & Pedagogy-Northwestern University) with 43 years of teaching experience. I
Awarded Quartet in Residence from Park Church Coop
Teaches students 5 and up
I am an emotive cellist with two decades experience. I have toured internationally performing my original works including London, Paris, and Berlin. As a member of the Pierce Quartet I regularly arrange and perform music for weddings and other special occasions. I love sharing classical music with all levels of students. Lessons with me are calm, meditative experiences where we use peaceful techniques to enter into the heart of music.
Hello musicians! My name is Lenna and I am pleased to meet you! I've been teaching private lessons since 2011 and have loved helping my students improve their tone, learn better sight reading skills, and become more relaxed in performance. I have toured the world as a singer songwriter and before t
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Awarded Artist Fellowship from Bowdoin College Summer Music Festival
M.A. Flute Performance from Queens College
I have studied and performed on piccolo for many years and have helped many flutists learn piccolo for the first time or improve from their current level. My piccolo teachers were Stephanie Mortimore of the MET Opera Orchestra and Mindy Kaufman of the New York Philharmonic.
Originally from Massachusetts, I have been teaching children and adults flute for over 20 years. I teach from the very beginner student to the very advanced and I have additional training in the Suzuki Method which is especially helpful for beginning young children. I am primarily a classical flute
Frannie is fun and has a great sense of humor. She is endlessly patient and relaxed, but also firm when she needs to be. She always keeps the music interesting for him – for example, after a period of working hard on the pieces in the Suzuki Method repertoire, she encourages him to mix it up and play some things just for fun, like the popular themes to Star Wars and Harry Potter.
Our son, now 9, has been studying with Frannie for almost a year now, and I cannot believe how much he has grown and improved in such a short amount of time. Frannie inspires him to play his very best; he works hard to emulate her gorgeous tone. He absolutely loves his weekly lessons, he looks forward to her student recitals, and he is motivated to practice every day.
It is a beautiful thing to watch your child fall in love with making music, and we credit this to Frannie. She has our highest recommendation.
I'm still a musician. I graduated recently from Bard College with a degree in music and have since played onstage in a very successful off-broadway musical. I've played in many orchestras including with graduate & conservatory students at Bard, with the New York Youth Symphony Orchestra, and at LaGuardia High School (formerly Music & Art). I have moved on to other instruments, and forms of music, but I credit Frances not just for showing me how much I love music but for teaching me in many ways how to enjoy and get what I want from life. I can't recommend her enough.
Francis is generous, creative, and inspiring to work with, she has the perfect balance of qualities that a music student needs. She's highly motivating and makes demands of her students which stretch them to achieve their full potential, yet she never pushes past their limits; Coco never felt stressed by her practice but always wanted to fulfill the expectation of excellence which Francis instilled in her. Francis always led by example and was kind, supportive, and a lot of fun to work with. She's also disciplined, reliable, and punctual. I give her the highest recommendation.
Teaching since 2015
Tap Dance from Cherry Creek Dance
I’m available to teach private lessons for teens and adults interested in learning piano for the first time, or who want to improve their skills. My strengths are patience, enthusiasm, and an unusual way of approaching piano. I’m not famous or particularly interested in becoming famous, so if that’s your goal, I’m not the right teacher for you. I strongly believe everyone can play piano, and should. There are so many ways to access the piano -- sight reading music, improv, composition, accompaniment, playing by ear -- and whatever way works for you is the right way. Finally, I believe it’s never too late to start learning something new, and your bucket list should not wait until you retire.
I started dance later in life -- tap at 19 and ballet at 31 -- because I was so tall and awkward as a child. It never occurred to me that people my size could be dancers. I fell in love with dance as an escape from a stressful job teaching high school history. I saw such changes in myself the more
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate
Teaching since 2017
Bachelor of Music in Vocal Performance from George Mason University
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I have a Bachelor's Degree in Vocal Performance and over 5 years of teaching music and voice. I teach and enjoy all levels and genres of music, but especially classical, musical theater, pop, and Disney music. My classes always emphasize developing a strong and confident foundation of technique that will help you to have fun and easily sing whatever genres you choose. I also specialize in audition and acting tips!
I am a singer, pianist, and music educator. I graduated from George Mason University with a Bachelor of Music in Vocal Performance. I've been singing since I was 5 years old and have performed in numerous productions and recitals, including in Italy and at Carnegie Hall in New York City. I have als
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