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Ana Maria C.
Speaks English, Spanish
Bachelors in Arts- Vocal Performance and Musicology from University Conservatory- Montevideo Uriguay
Teaching since 1982
Ana Maria C.
Alfred's Italian Songs and Arias
Schirmer's Library Italian Songs and Arias
The Library of Songs and Arias
Hal-Leonard The First Book of Solos
About Ana Maria
Born to a musical family and having studied in the National Conservatory of Music in Montevideo, Uruguay gave way to a exciting career that expands performances in three continents. For the past 20 years, I have been performing in every season of the Florida Grand Opera in Miami. *** Lesson Deta
Teaching since 1998
Teaches students 5 and up
i teach students to read music and play all styles of piano music
My name is Mark and i play piano and i can read music..i can teach jazz,. pop, blues or classical....i can also teach piano chords and improvisation..i also play guitar and mandolin and can teach for these instruments too..I have played music all my life and have taught many adults and children to
Speaks English, Creole
Awarded Martin D Andrews Choral Award from University of South Florida
Teaching since 2009
Technique, Placement, Vowel Modification, Sight Singing, Music Theory
Hey folks, I'm Kaleb Coicou Alumni of the University of South Florida. I have a Bachelors of Arts in Music Studies. I am proficient in the Voice, which includes Sight Singing/Ear Training, Technical Vocal Coaching/Performance and know a lot of repertoire. I’ve been singing all of my life. I've fort
Speaks Deutsch, English
Bachelor's of Music Specializing in Violin Performance from University of MN
Teaching since 2013
Rolf H.Book Now
I have been performing professionally for 8 years and have been teaching for 6. I will tailor my teaching approach to each level of student. For beginners, cultivating an enjoyment of the instrument and music in general is what I would love you to come away with, as well as a basic grounding in music theory and general violin technique.
For advanced students, we will be focusing in depth on specific repertoire suited to each student's strengths will be complement with preparing for any recitals, juries, or competitions that you may be interested in doing.
I believe that my experiences on some of the biggest professional stages both in the USA and in Europe will be of value to you, and I hope to be able to pass on tips and practices to you that have been forged in the fire, so to speak.
Hi! My name is Rolf. I have been performing professionally for years as soloist, chamber musician, as well as part of some of the best ensembles in the world. I have learned, and am learning so much everyday through these experiences, and I want to be able to give back to you, and pass on some of t
Teaching since 2010
Flutist from Conner Middle and High School
Awarded Distinguished Solo from Kentucky Music Educators Association
Within the first few lessons, you'll be able to play basic exercises and as time goes on you'll be able to participate in recitals and perform in group settings. I specialize in classical music and any other style my students want to learn, typically use Essential Elements books, and have the following tools available for your lessons: solo music, rosin, shoulder rests, cleaning supplies, etc. Some items may need to be ordered from our store, Music House. I love working with students of all ages and experience levels and I can't wait to meet you!
Hi there! My name is Tori, and I'm here to help you with all your musical and crocheting needs. As the proud owner of Tori Stewart Music in Erlanger Kentucky, I'm happy to instruct any individual (over the the age of 5) that is willing to learn and have fun. I specialize in teaching woodwinds, pian
Speaks Chinese/Shanghainese, English
Bachelors of Music, Violin Performance from East China Normal University, School of Music
Teaching since 2008
Hi! I'm a professional violinist and passionate educator with 12 years of experience teaching students of all levels and ages. I'm classically trained but also have a wide range of repertoire from Early Baroque to 20th century music. I'm a compassionate and encouraging teacher who loves to bring joy to each lesson. My focus is to help each student achieve their personal goals while retaining curiosity as well as excitement through their musical journey.
For beginners, I teach mainly out of Essential Elements and Suzuki Method books in addition to other materials as needed. We will start our journey from looking at our posture, bow hold, open strings, and music reading skills. Then we will progress to playing our first songs and cultivate our practice regiments. I aim to maintain a balance between challenges and enjoyment in my lesson planning. We will acquire a solid foundation for progressively learning all of your desired repertoires.
Hi everyone! My name is Amy and I'm currently pursuing my doctorate degree in Violin Performance at University of North Texas. I started the violin at age of three and have been teaching private lessons since 2008. Besides teaching, I actively participate in competitions, music festivals, orchestra
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