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Teaching since 2010
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate
I have taught students from beginner to intermediate with progress in 3 months when practicing & following instructions.
My name is Rufus and I am eager to share my 50 + years of drum experience to help you reach your desired playing goals, you will learn the basics and begin to find your own rhythm as a drummer...let me show you how you can be the best drummer possible!
Bachelor of Music from Columbus State University
Teaches students 5 and up
I have been teaching guitar, including Classical Guitar, for 23 years. I emphasize the finer points of finger style guitar to achieve the best technique and sound. Also standard music notation for reading music is very important. Classical guitar is a different world than the standard guitar approach, but it is quite fulfilling and enjoyable, although the technique will apply to any finger style song you would like to play!
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 30 years in achieving their goals in lear
Teaching since 2009
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Carrie C.Book Now
Experienced teacher of 13 years, specializing in the beginner/intermediate/advanced piano student! All ages welcome. Lessons are customized and catered to the needs/goals of each student. Each student will be building a strong foundation of note reading, music theory, ear training, sight reading, technique, and more.
Received Associate of Arts in Music Degree from Hillsborough Community College; Received Bachelor of Arts in Music Degree from the University of Tampa; Received Florida Educator’s Certificate in Music K-12 after attending Educator Preparation Institute, Hillsborough Community College.
Carrie was raised in Buffalo, NY, where she graduated from City Honors High School (1979) with a New York State Regents Diploma as well as an Academic Music Diploma. She enjoyed performing in several musicals in school and in the community (Art Park in Lewiston NY) and singing in several choirs. I
Speaks Italian, French, Latin, I can instruct singing in Spanish, Japanese, German
Teaching since 1981
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
We are beautifully and wonderfully made in such a way that certain foundational, physical aspects of singing will help everyone. I teach the foundations for a physiologically correct technique that enhances every style. This has helped all singers, including those who are experiencing discomfort when they sing.
Singing is as natural to me as speaking but I wasn't always this way. That's why I love to help anyone become comfortable or better at expressing themselves through singing. Vocal students of all levels, beginning to advanced, are welcome.
Singing is a very individual thing and I approach each student uniquely. I have multiple experiences and styles to draw from.
I prefer to teach lessons to age 11 & up but will work with younger students if they are ready.
Vocal students can receive music reading training if they desire it, but since 30 minutes is a minimum for developing physical foundational techniques and music selections, lessons would need to be 45 ...
About You for Take Lessons I enjoy getting to know my students as we explore their interest in God's wonderful gift of music! My relationship with my students is a two-way street; I create a course of study to fit individual student interests and needs. I have taught in schools, public, priva
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I am a student of Mrs. Mary. I have been doing piano with her for over a year. She is very good at explaining the material when I am confused, she takes the time to make sure I know what I am about to play. Mrs. Mary is very patient, she does not get mad or frustrated when I do not play the piano piece correctly, she just tells me to play it again and explains what mistakes I made. Mrs. Mary is very kind and caring. She is a very good piano teacher!
Speaks English, Spanish
Awarded WINNER CONVENTION PERFORMERS COMPETITION from NATIONAL FLUTE ASSOCIATION - USA
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
In my flute lessons I like to demonstrate good organizational skills and structure to achieve the program content. Moreover, the psychological component is very important. For instance, in many situations a good teacher obtains the best musical performance from the student after gaining his/her confidence throughout the observance and understanding. Moreover, the success of the teaching process is also based on the selection of technical and musical work materials.
Venezuelan flutist, teacher, composer, and conductor. A former member of the Simón Bolívar Symphony Orchestra conducted by Mto. Gustavo Dudamel, Nicolás Real holds a Bachelor Degree in Flute Performance from the University Institute of Musical Studies in Venezuela, a Masters Degree in Flute Perfo
Teaches students 14 to 50
TESOL, TEFL, ESL from Oxford Seminars
Ilma D.Book Now
Learning a second language is challenging, but with patience and dedication, it can be the most rewarding thing one can accomplish. I am passionate about teaching and helping others. That is why I earned my master's degree and continue pursuing my English language education.
What makes a successful teacher is the ability to relate to his/her students with empathy, patience, and encouragement. I can connect with my students and understand the challenges and rewards of learning a new language. Being responsible and dedicated, I make sure my teaching style is interactive and efficient, primary seeking the student’s best interests.
I have been teaching for quite a while now, and I strongly believe that everyone has the potential to learn and be successful. English is a universal language, and it is also what is going to make you stand out from the crowd in several areas, especially professionally. It is time to stop procrast
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