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Doctor in Violin from Florida State University
Teaching since 2000
I teach widely known the Suzuki method.
I am a laid back teacher and I try to be flexible in every aspect of my teaching. I try to make fun every lesson for a student. I give the students to play some familiar easy songs in order to improve their playing skills. *** Lesson Details *** My teaching methods are the Suzuki and the class
Teaches Middle School, High School, College
Teaching since 2017
My math lessons are unique in that I develop a connection with students that allow them to feel comfortable telling me "I don't understand." This is often the hardest barrier that parents believe their child has when being taught, and I'm often warned by the parent before I arrive that the student fakes understanding around his teachers or other tutors. But being 23 years old allows me to be a teacher and a friend at the same time and I feel that this smaller age gap between student and teacher is what makes them feel comfortable opening up to me, which they do with ease. After tutoring over 30 students in math ranging from middle school arithmetic to college calculus 2 to adults taking qualifying exams, I have been confidently able to identify exactly how the students are processing their math assignments just by watching them try to solve a single problem. After that, I just focus on correcting their way of thinking. My goal of tutoring is for the students to not need my help ...
"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 fro
Awarded Grand Prize Scholarship Winner from Hard Rock Academy
Bachelor of Arts in Music with Honors from Rollins College
"Musician's are athletes of the small muscles." - Clayton Haslop
Playing a musical instrument is a total-brain workout. Engaging four cortices of the brain, making music improves overall cognitive function. Study the mother of all sciences and speak with one of Music's most expressive voices through the violin!
I am guided by Galamian's classic principles of violin performance and pedagogy, focused through the holistic lens of Julie Lyonn Lieberman.
"To play wrong notes is insignificant. To play without passion is inexcusable." - Beethoven I was five years old when I discovered my singing voice. My youthful curiosity soon blossomed into a passion for musical expression through voice, violin, piano, and guitar. My mission is to share the mus
Speaks English, Hebrew, Spanish, Hebrew
Teaching since 1979
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
I have been playing guitar since I was 14, and have been performing and teaching for over 20 years.
I studied jazz guitar, composition, and theory at the Mannes Conservatory in NYC, NY., and also with several private teachers.
I teach many styles, including rock, pop, blues, folk, and jazz.
(I do NOT play classical or flamenco.)
I tailor my lessons to meet the interests and learning styles of my students. I teach playing by ear, music reading, tablature, and theory. I enjoy teaching students of all ages - children, teens, and adults.
I make lessons fun for young children, by including some musical games and activities. With teens and adults, I have the students choose the songs and styles they wish to work on, and go from there.
I have been teaching music (guitar, bass guitar, keyboard, banjo, mandolin, ukulele, recorder, music theory, and classes for toddlers, preschoolers, school-aged children, and adults) for over 20 years. I am also a band/show director at the School of Rock! In addition to teaching music, I also tuto
Speaks Chinese - Mandarin, English
Teaches students 3 and up
Electrical & Computer Engineering from Cornell University
I like to call it music theory in reverse. Having a strong foundation in the fundamentals of music and music theory makes the songwriting process much easier.
I started playing piano when I was 3, and began writing music at the age of 6. I've taught music and piano for over 12 years, and tutoring other subjects for over 5 years. Originally from Cleveland, Ohio, I graduated from Cornell University in Electrical & Computer Engineering, with a minor in M
Vocal Performance (Some College) from NMSU
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate
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I have been a piano and voice instructor for the last five years. Teaching music is my passion! There is nothing more pleasing than helping a student realize their full potential in music. I believe in going at a student's pace and giving them technique, music theory, and ear training they need to be successful and apt performers. Parents and students recognize me for my reliability and patience. And most of all, my students learn while still having fun! It's my goal to make students smile every lesson. Getting you excited is what I live for!
I have been a piano and voice instructor for the last five years. Teaching music is my passion! There is nothing more pleasing than helping a student realize their full potential in music. I believe in going at a student's pace and giving them technique, music theory, and ear training they need to b
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