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Teaches students 16 and up
Master's of Arts, Music Compostion from University of Central Florida
Teaching since 2003
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Playing the piano or keyboards is about more than boring piano lessons, it’s about skills you can use in real life.
1. Learning to Play Notes. It’s what piano lessons have always been about. And sure we’ll do it. But unless you are preparing to go to college and major in piano, it’s doubtful it’s all you need to know.
2. Learning to Play Charts. THIS is what you probably need to know most to be a successful and fulfilled piano or keyboard player. Maybe you want to play in a band, or at church, or just jam with friends. Knowing how to read music charts will give you the ability to play along with any kind of music in any situation. You’ll learn how to improvise both chords and rhythm.
3. What Do You Want to Play? Why just play what others want you play? Or play notes anyone could learn how to play? We’ll talk about what you want to play whether it’s your own music, or the latest Ed Sheehan tune.
4. Make Up Stuff. This especially for folks who want to write music. Or maybe ...
John Eric Copeland has been playing the piano since the age of 5, and has been composing since the age of 13. He’s been a professional piano and keyboard player for 30 years, and a sought after producer, arranger, and composer for over 20 years, most of that time spend working in Nashville, TN for
Speaks English, Spanish
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate
Teaches students 5 to 80
I have been playing viola for eleven years and I learned how to read music, sight read, train my ear and more, I want to teach you my knowledge giving you specialized plans which will help you develop the skills you need and want to become the viola player you want to be! All ages are accepted. I will work with you together to grow as a musician and teach you all you are interested in.
I like to teach music through enjoyable and diverse methods that will help you grow as a musician in order to better your skills and become the musician you want to be. Together, we will learn your favorite and classical music as well as technique and musicality. I am fluent in Spanish and English
Teaches students 11 and up
Teaching since 2017
Bachelor of Science, Physics from Boston College
Analyzing a piece of music is almost like solving a puzzle. The only difference is, this puzzle often has multiple solutions. This is what makes music theory a special subject because for many composers who created pieces before modern day music theory, we are merely guessing their intentions but have no definitive answer. The only way to master this puzzle-solving process is repetition, repetition, and more repetition. Teaching students how to first dinstinguish the pieces of the puzzle from one another, then learn to break them down, takes time and patience. The most important task for the tutor is to let the student work through the puzzle with minimal interjections so they can understand how each piece fits together and enjoy the mystery of theory and analysis.
"It's not about learning, it's about understanding." Hi! My name is Emily and I am 25 years old. I am originally from Massachusetts, where I earned my degree in physics at Boston College before moving to central Florida in August 2017. I took off with just what I could fit in my car and drove fr
I was very impressed with how open she was to setting goals and having something prepared for our first meeting.
Awarded Young Artist Competition Winner from Coeur d'Alene Symphony Orchestra
Teaches students 5 and up
I have been playing the flute for over 15 years and am excited to teach students of all ages and abilities! I structure my lessons around the students’ goals, whether it is to play professionally or simply as a hobby. This allows students to progress at a comfortable rate and grants them freedom of repertoire choice, while still encouraging a strong foundation in fundamental skills (breathing, phrasing, technique, posture, music theory). Lessons also focus heavily on body awareness, so as to prevent common injuries.
The 15-minute lesson option is meant for students who wish to take recorder lessons as preparation for future flute-lessons. The 15-minute price is equivalent to a 30 minute recorder lesson.
I'm an active flutist and Japanese enthusiast currently living in Boston, MA! I hold degrees in Flute Performance from New England Conservatory and the University of Washington, and recently completed my Fulbright year at the Sibelius Academy in Helsinki, Finland. I believe that learning music shou
Speaks English, Sign Language
Awarded NA from NA
Teaching since 2011
I have followed my mother's singing footprints since 6 years of age. I am a huge fan of Walt Disney's movie because of its colorful arts and musics. in singing, i focus on the diaphragm for breathing techniques and performance anxieties. If your looking for a vocal teacher that are strictly for performance, I apologize for any inconvenience , however I'm not the teacher to prepare you for it. Basic vocal techniques are my main focus to enhance your voice to become better.
Kelly has been teaching private lessons since June 2011 and is currently available to teach lessons at your home , at her home studio and online. Kelly received Music trainings at Community College of Allegheny Campus and Chatham University of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, in where she received a degr
Speaks Spanish, English
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate
Teaches students 5 to 25
Performing can range from musicality on the stage to your appearance and you stage presence. These is a very important skill as an aspiring music performer. We will be exploring different ways of achieving great stage presence and musicality on stage.
Hello! My name is Eunice and I am currently earning my Bachelor of Music (BM) in Classical voice performance. I love music because it isn't just about what you're singing or playing, it's about how you play it and what emotions you're getting across! I want to teach upcoming musicians not just how
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