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BA, Theatre from North Carolina Central University
Teaches students 13 and up
Have you always wanted to be an actor? Want to learn some of the essential acting techniques? Ready to shake off the rust and get back on stage? I will help you to build confidence also help you build a solid foundation of acting methods and techniques all while tailoring them to your personal goals. It is my goal to give you a WOW experience like no other and inspire you to make the next steps within your goals. My acting classes are filled with fun, laughter, excitement and will help motivate you to pursue your dreams in life. Let me help you reach you goals so that you may share your gift with the world. #SupportTheArts
I am a professional actor, writer, director and acting coach. I graduated from North Carolina Central University with a Bachelors of Art, specifically in Theatre. I am also a graduate of Savannah College of Arts & Design with a Masters of Fine Arts, with a focus on performing arts. Acting student
Awarded Presidential Scholar from University of Georgia
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate
Hey there! I love playing and teaching the mandolin, and I can't wait to help you discover your passion for it as well! My degree in music performance, paired with my real world experience in a variety of musical styles, allows me to engage and nurture each of my student's desires, no matter their background or experience level. Whether you want to learn the basics of the instrument, play a new song or genre, or activate your own creativity through improvisation, there is always a place for you in my studio. Take the exciting first step towards your musical future today!
Hey there! I have been playing music for 14 years, and have been teaching for 5 of those years. During this time I was a dedicated classical musician, performing in multiple orchestras and chamber ensembles, and going on to get a degree in Music Performance and Jazz at the University of Georgia. On
Before starting lessons with Will I had never picked up an instrument before. I was so nervous to get started and had little confidence that I'd be able to learn. Will completely shattered that illusion and reminded me how good it feels to try something new!
Mark T. W.
Speaks English, French
Bachelor of Applied performance from West Virginia University
Teaching since 2012
Mark T. W.
All levels of students are welcome. I have over 42 years of experience to help you achieve your best. Electric Violin also offered!
About Mark T.
I have been playing since I was 4 years old and have been loving every minute of it. I have been fortunate to play and tour with many groups here in the US and in Europe. Over the years I have really enjoyed passing on my knowledge and love of music making to others. I would be honored if you gave
I also like that he incorporates some music theory into his lessons.
Finally, I feel like becoming a violinist now, as an adult, isn't as crazy as I worried it might be since I have Mark to teach me.
Speaks English, Hindi
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Teaching since 1988
There are three modes of Hindi learning that are offered by me - spoken only, elementary (including foundational reading, writing, listening & speaking) and advanced (for academic enhancement of language skills).
Each class is well-structured according to individual needs and paced accordingly too. I often tell interesting facts about the language, the life of the common man speaking it and the culture of the region.
My students feel at ease and look forward to their classes because they are interesting and incorporate things that they relate to. This way Hindi literature remains contemporary and relevant to new generations of readers.
My teaching style is inviting of student participation, supportive and gentle.
I offer academic classes to adults and children who are already Hindi speakers, to enhance their understanding and interpretation of Hindi literature (prose and poetry) and grammar. The majority of my work experience has involved teaching middle and senior school curricula stipulated by the two
She builds on what you know which is a great teaching strategy.
Awarded Phi Beta Kappa from University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Teaching since 2018
I like to make music lessons fun! We'll learn material chosen by both the student and the teacher to ensure that our lessons are inspiring and engaging. We'll work hard to improve your skills and technique while also learning songs of your choosing. I began taking piano lessons when I was 7. I recently studied with the respected jazz pianist, Dr. Stephen Anderson, during my four years at the University of North Carolina. In high school, I played piano in numerous rock and jazz groups. In college, I played piano in the University Jazz Combos for four consecutive semesters. Today, I'm an experienced jazz and pop/rock pianist. I also play keyboards with the touring rock act, Frute. If you are a beginner, intermediate or advanced pianist or keyboardist, I would love to give you lessons. I hope I can help you out on your musical journey!
Thanks for checking out my page! My name is Ian and I've been a musician for most of my life. I teach piano, electric bass and voice. I graduated in May of 2021 with a BA in Jazz Studies from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. I have been playing the piano for 15 years and the electric
Teaching since 1967
Music Education from Chicago State University
Guitar instruction customized to the student with regard to:
degree of dedication,
practice time available
At the core, each student will master the instrument. All students will learn:
how music works and how to apply it to the guitar.
I am an experienced professional with a background in music performance, education, composition, theory and arranging. I don’t teach classical guitar any more, but if you interest are anywhere from folk to jazz, we are good to go. *** Lesson Details *** Few musicians or music students have i
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