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Music Performance (Percussion) from Schwob School of Music
Teaches students 5 and up
I have a lot of experience playing all kinds of percussion! I've been doing it since I was in middle school, and have gotten a degree in Percussion Performance.
I've always played because I genuinely enjoy it, and I'd like to help people who are trying to get better for auditions, or just want to learn a piece.
These are your lessons, so we'll try to hit whatever your goal is. If you want to defer to me, then I'll start you off with basics like refining your technique, and making sure we can keep tempos steady - things that will apply to everything you play.
Hey I'm Cameron, I'll try to cater lessons to your goals and have fun in the process. I love sharing my knowledge, musical experience, and love for music! High energy and engaging!
Bachelor of Music Performance in Percussion from Townsend School of Music, Mercer University
Teaching since 2010
Teaches students 5 and up
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Drums are some of the enjoyable instruments in the world to play, and I promise you'll be rocking by the end of your first lesson! I've played in bands of any style from rock and metal to jazz and funk, and everything in between! I have studied with some of the best drummers and educators in the world and I want to share that knowledge with you! No matter if you are brand new or a seasoned professional I can help you take drumming to the next level.
Teaching drums and percussion is my passion, and I want to share that with you! Whether you are a seasoned pro looking to hone your skills, a student preparing for school band or drumline, or if you have a child wanting to start drums I have the game plan for you. Every lesson is unique to your and
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate
Awarded Takelessons Top Teacher from Takelessons.com
Master of Music, vocal performance from Georgia State University
I'm a big fan of the series "Alfred's Essentials of Music Theory," which takes the student from the rudiments of music theory through basic harmony.
If students prefer a more in-depth study of theory, we might try the books put out by ABRSM.
Accomplished voice and piano professional with nine years’ experience cultivating high-achieving, talented music students and preparing them for ABRSM exams, National Piano Guild Auditions, NFMC Jr. festivals, twice-a-year recitals, and numerous local competitions. Experienced in creating fun, eng
Teaching since 2006
Teaching Credential, Elementary Education and Teaching from University of La Verne
Awarded Jury Prize from SLOIFF film festival
Work with Cartoonist/Illustrator Raymond Mullikin, founder of Raytoons Cartoons.
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I am a Cartoonist, Animator and Credentialed Teacher. I have published cartoons in books, magazines, newspapers, and e-cards. I have also created animated film shorts for film festivals around the world. I teach contract art/computer classes throughout the year in San Luis Obispo County. I teach
Raymond has a wonderful illustration style, bold, fun and full of charm that wins the hearts of all that discover his amazing work!
I HIGHLY RECOMMEND Raymond's art and working with him!
Speaks French, English, Dutch, Spanish
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate
Teaching since 2013
Having graduated from Berklee College of Music majoring in Film Scoring, I know a lot about orchestration, arrangement, and especially composition.
After having graduated from Berklee College of Music with a degree in Film Scoring in late 2013, I started off my career interning for film composer George S. Clinton (known for his work in the Austin Powers movie franchise). I quickly entered the video game industry after creating my own audio pro
Awarded 2012 Johnstone Woodwinds Composition Competition -- Audience Favorite Award from Ohio State University
BM in Music Composition, BA in Classics (Greek & Latin) from Ohio State University
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
By the time I was in middle school, I was writing music for the piano and violin. Ohio State expanded my horizons, as professors gave me assignments to write for other instruments in different and more modern styles. At the same time, I developed my interest in pop/rock music and devoted time to songwriting. Whether you want to write a string quartet or a rock anthem, I can help you. My goal is to have you discover your own compositional style rather than mimic mine.
Music Lessons & Tutoring Welcome to my studio, where I will instruct you in your musical and academic endeavors. What sets me apart is that I offer diverse instruction in two different areas. In my music studio, I give lessons in piano, violin, guitar, and composition. In my tutoring center,
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Before Elisa moved to Ventura, CA, she was a master student and taught in IP piano school and Kwong Kow Chinese School in Boston, MA. My daughter, Sarina, was one of her students. My daughter loves her so much and made good progress when Elisa was teaching her. Elisa made Sarina relax and comfortable so that she was enjoying the learning process; she emphasized on skill and poses, she tried hard to help the students to get to the best they could. She is reliable as you can talk with her about the timing change and make up lessions. She came to our house to say goodbye and hug Sarina before she left. She is a great teacher that you can count on and you will enjoy her teaching."
Alex is an awesome teacher! His ability to communicate information in a way that is easily understood no matter the complexity is a rare thing. Alex is obviously extremely passionate about teaching and music. Alex goes above the expected level of effort from a teacher, making sure every lesson has new and interesting material to be covered, as well as staying in contact as needed outside of lessons to answer any questions that may arise while practicing. If you are looking for someone who is dedicated to your learning process, as well as doing everything they can to keep material interesting and fun, I would suggest Alex."
Her ear for pitch/tone and the various 'artifact' background variances in my blowing/breathing structure and ways toward a remedy is amazing.
Any teacher can show a student posture and finger placement, but her teaching techniques go far beyond that.
I am more than pleased with her commitment to excellence.
Thank you April."
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