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Teaching since 1978
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate
I have enjoyed teaching the banjo the past 12 years. I emphasize the basics of banjo technique for bluegrass style. I like to use the Banjo Method from Hal Leonard publisher. Yes, you can really learn to play some of your favorite bluegrass favorites!
I am located in the Tampa, Florida area and I live in Lutz. In addition to providing lessons in your home, or in my studio, I am now available for online lessons through the TakeLessons Classroom! I have enjoyed teaching and helping students of all ages for 28 years in achieving their goals in lear
Teaching since 2006
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Do you want to have fun and learn how to play the piano? Well, you can have both! As an experienced piano teacher of 10 plus years, I can help you get started learning the basics of piano playing, or help you learn more advance playing & technic. I offer lessons that are customized for each student's individual needs. I can help you learn to play your favorite song while teaching the building blocks of piano playing, like sight reading, playing by ear, theory, chords, and more! My goals for you is find joy in music and piano playing! I look forward to hearing from you soon!
I have been playing the piano for over twenty years. I began at the early age of seven years old. Because piano has played such a vital role in my life, I believe it is a responsibility of mine to pass on such a delightful gift of piano playing to those who would like to make it a part of their life
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Speaks French, Czech, English, German, Hindi
Awarded John Philip Sousa Award from Germantown High School
Diploma of Music Performance from Prague Conservatory
Ability development from age 0. Having grown up in a Suzuki family, I have been trained in the Suzuki method since my birth. I love starting young children especially with the Suzuki method, as the so-called "Mother Tongue approach" seems the most efficient at getting young children to understand the language of music. I have taken courses in Suzuki method and am an active member of the Suzuki Association of America. For a class setting, please invite any siblings or friends to join in the fun of learning music!
Having grown up in a musical family with her mother a professional violinist, Hallie has been exposed to the joys of music since childhood. She learned how to play Suzuki piano at the age of three, and later percussion and string instruments from when I was six years old, and has playing and making
Speaks Italian, German
Teaches students 13 and up
Teaching since 2001
"Experienced voice teacher of 10 years available for eager students of all experience levels and ages 13 and up. I structure my lessons so students learn what they want to learn, while also building a strong vocal technique. I am a proponent of Functional Singing which focuses on how the vocal mechanism works. It allows both teacher and singer to explore the voice and its associated muscle systems. Singers learn to embrace their voice, not one that is falsified through imitation.
Want to sing as easy as you speak? Then contact me and let's get to work.
Shannon teaches functional singing which aims to improve vocal range, stamina, endurance, flexibility, and most importantly: healthy singing. Shannon received her M.M. in Vocal Performance at Louisiana State University. She has performed extensively in Europe and the U.S. in opera, musical theat
Teaching since 1989
Teaches students 5 to 69
Teach beginner, intermediate and advanced drum set.
Teach Djembe hand drum.
B.M. degree in Percussion from Juilliard School of Music. Studied at The Drummers Collective in N.Y.C. Performed with The Caracas Philharmonic Orchestra and Vermont Symphony. Authored seven Mel Bay drum method books. Teaching drums,djembe and classical percussion for over 24 years. Lessons ind
Master of Music, Vocal Performance from University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Teaches students Male: 14 and up; Female: 11 and up
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I've been teaching music for over 20 years, but I believe that voice training and coaching is about YOU and the goals YOU want to achieve. Whether taking on a new style of singing, preparing for an audition, a role, a concert, or looking for ways to survive long rehearsals or speaking gigs; I can help you achieve your goals.
My clients bring me their challenges and upcoming projects. Together we assess how we can work together to make the largest impact.
A few common examples include:
• Finding an authentic and naturally free sound
• Gaining confidence
• Applying a specific technique to a new piece (ei: belt, speech quality, classical tone)
• Creating a dynamic character and communicating clearly in song
• Releasing tension in a specific range of the voice or passage in a piece
• Reigniting the joy in singing
There is no formula to how a coaching session should look. My goal is always for you to leave our session with a valuable nugget that gives you a sense of ...
I have a masters in vocal performance (classical voice and opera) and over twenty years of experience teaching voice, musical theatre, and ensemble singing. I work hard to create a safe space for experimentation, mistakes, and laughter- which is crucial for improvement and growth. There is no fo
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She has a wonderful personality and literally makes learning the Korean language fun. She has me read, write, speak and laugh all while teaching. She always greets my family members if they happen walk by in the background.
I am making progress and look forward to my classes. Another plus is that she uses a textbook. So even though this is a holiday break, I can peek to future lessons and continue to practice.
A+++ to Jihye."
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