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Teaches students 4 to 50
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.
From lesson to lesson (and in-between!), she succeeded in her best efforts in connecting with me not only as my teacher and as a fellow musician, but also as a fellow human being, pushing me to fulfill my potential in each and all of these areas. I highly recommend her as a teacher!
Teaching since 2010
Teaches students 5 and up
My goal is help students to achieve their fullest musical potential. As a foundation for the lessons students will learn to read and write traditionally notated music. For more advanced students honing their ears and understanding of music theory will be a focus in addition to their playing.
I'm well versed in many different styles (classical, jazz, acoustic, rock, blues, funk, metal, etc) so they can expect a healthy understanding of each of these styles and more during our studies.
Hey there! I'm a professional musician and instructor from Long Island, NY. I received my Bachelors Degree in Classical Guitar Performance under the tutelage of the world-renowned Fred Hand at the SUNY Purchase Music Conservatory. Through my studies I've channeled my passion for jazz, education
Speaks Spanish, French
Teaches students 5 and up
Bachelor of Music from University of Central Florida
Study theory with Stephanie, a musician with graduate degrees in music! Theory lessons are a great way to improve your technical understanding of music, which leads to more effective performance. Whether you're a beginner or an advanced student, theory lessons can improve your musicianship.
Stephanie Hoeckley is an award-winning flutist and teacher in the Phoenix Metropolitan area. Recognized as a skilled performer, Ms. Hoeckley placed 1st in the Arizona Flute Society's 2017 Young Artist Competition, 2nd in 2016, and has been a finalist in the Florida Flute Association’s College Young
I had been taking lessons from another flute teacher since 2011 and knew it was time to change. Stephanie has always been able to help me. She is very knowledgeable about all questions and problems I was having on playing the flute or reading music. When questioning a technique she is able to demonstrate it or explain it in a different way so I could understand it. I’ve always had trouble with the high notes and alternate fingering and she definitely has helped me on those. Stephanie personally is a lot more enjoyable than my last teacher. She always seems happy to see me.
I also play Low Flutes and just bought my first Bass Flute. She also plays low flutes.
B.A., Music Production from SUNY Purchase College
Teaches students 5 and up
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Our lessons will be relaxed and fun. I take pride in tailoring my curriculum to the needs and goals of each individual student- This helps me make sure that you are learning at a pace that feels comfortable for you, yet challenging.
We will work together to develop both your musicianship and creativity. I am a firm believer in music being a healing and mind-opening practice. One of my primary goals while teaching is to give my students an outlet to express themselves in a healthy and meaningful way. Let's get started!
Topics we can focus on together:
- Strumming/finger-picking patterns
- How to sing and play at the same time
- Songwriting/Recording techniques
- Lyric Writing
- Stage Presence
- Exploring different musical genres
Hello!, My classical training began at age 10, when I started to play the viola. From there, I was able to translate my musical skills to violin, guitar, piano, voice, composition, and songwriting. Originally a biology major at SUNY Purchase College, I quickly became restless knowing that I was
Awarded Concert Festival Finalist from Concert Festival
Psychology from Hunter College
Teaching since 2018
***NYSSMA private teacher + Beginner's welcome!***
Have you every wanted to play your favorite songs on the piano? Ever wanted to impress your family and friends, or wanted to start your child in lessons? You have come to the right place! I am an energetic and passionate college student who would love the privilege to teach you or your child, all at the convenience of your own home, or online.
I have over 12 years of extensive training in classical and jazz piano. I pride myself with a strong music theory and sight-reading background which I would love to instill in you! With these fundamentals, and the right amount of practice, you'll be able to play any piece or song that you want. Beginner/intermediate students welcome!
I am a classically trained pianist and college student who also has experience in playing in the jazz ensemble in high school. My repertoire spans from Classical and Baroque, to Romantic era composers such as Chopin and Rachmaninoff, to ragtime and jazz greats like Scott Joplin and Oscar Peterson,
Songwriting, B.A. from Belmont University
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If you're looking for a kind, encouraging, and attentive instructor, I am your best option! I will work with you to develop your vocal abilities in a personalized way, no matter your voice type or preferred genre. I have 11 years singing experience with accolades such as a 2-time All-State Choir member, 3 statewide solo/ensemble 'I' ratings, numerous pop gigs, and two lead musical roles.
Hi! I'm Anna, and I am so excited to begin teaching your child! No matter your child's preferred genre, relative experience, or comfort level with their voice, I want to use my expertise to help you build a strong foundation and develop techniques that will get them started on the path to become an
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