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Teaches Beginner, Intermediate
Teaching since 2010
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Experienced teacher of both kids and adults. Trained in a variety of techniques and genres, but specializing in classical guitar. Get started playing music that you want to play. I think music should be fun and inspiring and I aim to help my students have fun while they're playing!
I started playing guitar thirty years ago after I saw a red Yamaha "Rock Axe" in a music store window. Since then I've studied, trained and performed in a number of musical styles, including classical, rock, fingerstyle, and folk. Classically speaking, I trained at the Newcastle Music Conservatory i
Ph.D. - Music Theory from University at Buffalo
Awarded Presidential Award for Excellence in Teaching from Queens College, CUNY
Eric has decades of experience as an educator, composer, music theorist, public lecturer, arranger, orchestrator, producer, music copyist, editor, and author. He has served on the faculties of several top music preparatory schools, colleges, and conservatories, and has taught students of all ages. Particular areas of strength include lessons and tutoring in music theory, musicology (music history), analysis, solfège (fixed- or movable-do), dictation, test preparation, and popular music.
I teach lessons and courses in music theory, composition, musicology, and related fields. I am an active composer (ASCAP), arranger, and public lecturer, among many other hats I wear. My approach to teaching is to create a relaxed, fun, and conversational atmosphere for the students, meet each stud
up doors for you that you didn't know existed before. With his guidance, compassion, complete joy of this art form, and incredible knowledge, I was able to perform very difficult pieces. He always works diligently,
to ensure that no stone is left unturned, and every detail of the music is conveyed in how it is intended.
Any questions I have are always met with the utmost clarity. I appreciate greatly that he takes the time to ensure I understand the “why" of what I'm learning. He has a remarkable way knowing how to break
things down in a way that I always remember and am able to process, which has helped me immensely. My knowledge and understanding is always
expanding because of him. During my undergrad at the Aaron Copland School of Music, he was my theory and ear training professor. He goes above and beyond for all of his students and will always make sure that
they understand every detail in what they are learning. Any fears I ever had in learning the "challenging" concepts of music have been taken away
because of him, and now I welcome the challenges that come my way.
He has taught me how to truly listen to music, and dive into the depths of it, which in turn has given me an appreciation of this art form that can only be explained as transcendent. No matter how much knowledge I
acquire on my path as a musician, I will forever be in total awe of this art form. My gratitude for him is immense. "Before anything, you are a
musician first."-Dr. C.
Teaching since 2011
Awarded Outstanding Vocal Percussion from Varsity Vocals
Learn about the process of recording and editing audio. I specialize in vocal tracking and working with a cappella tracks!
I am a professional singer, beatboxer, audio engineer, and music director who specializes in contemporary a cappella music! I graduated from the Aaron Copland School of Music at Queens College with a Bachelor of Arts in vocal music. I’m also an experienced actor; I can help build confidence in you
Awarded Dean's List from Illinois State University
Bachelors in Fine Arts, sequence Acting from Illinois State University
I am well versed in the Alexander technique and possess materials that will take a student beyond what is only in my memory. There are many physical exercises that will open up your stage voice and show you how to penetrate that back wall of the theatre. This applies to any subject matter I teach that requires breathing, understand?
This technique is especially helpful for stutterers. I suffered once from stuttering and can attest that the exercises contained in the technique cured me to the point that I became a stage actor.
I have always been an actor first, it is the craft and discipline in which I hold my advanced degrees; it is my first and eternal love. There really isn't much more one could add to such a claim. Simultaneously I have believed a teacher is born, not bred; and I was born to be in theatre, and now, wi
Second of all, when we did our first session, I had to deal with a rough technical patch of trying g to join in for the session. He had no problem helping me with this technical glitch rather than allowing TakeLessons (who I was unable to reach because of matainace issues), to handle it. He helped 5he TakeLessons team. A plus Randy! Though I had to finally use another device to finally join the session, Randy was still willing to have patience and help me with the tech problem.
Lastly, Randy brought a warm feeling to the session and yet sincere. He made me feel welcomed, which opened me up more during this session. This helped because I am uncomfortable with improv but want to get better. He understood this and gave a real honest approach. Also, he informed me that we were going to get a gist of my performance level and work from there. Furthermore, we were going to ease our way into improvement. This gave me alot more balance than other improv classes. He is even willing to give me a little homework that I can practice in prep for next week.
Randy is very encouraging and I enjoyed our first session. I'm exited for next week!
Bachelors of Music Education from University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Teaches students 10 and up
I'm a self-taught guitar player of 5 years. I've had experience playing in several bands and in college. I'm happy to teach any beginner!
I'm an undergraduate student in music education at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. In my 3 years at college I have had ample experience teaching ensembles, classes, and one-on-one lessons. I have experience in ensembles of all types and difficulty levels. I'm well-involved in music
Speaks English, Spanish
Bachelor of Music in Vocal Performance from CUNY Macaulay Honors College at Queens College
Teaches students 3 and up
I am a Bronx native professional opera-singer that has been studying singing for 10 years and playing piano since the age of 7. I have been singing professionally since the age of 13 and teaching since I was 18. As an opera singer and teacher, I have managed to build my own business and make a comfortable living as a free-lancer. I am very good at creating business strategies and executing them with the best results. Let me help you build you artist business!
Audiences throughout the U.S. have heard Ecuadorian and Puerto-Rican Mezzo-Soprano Linda Collazo at venues including Carnegie Hall, the United Nations, Lincoln Center, the United Palace Theater, and Repertorio Español, as well as in theaters throughout Europe. Described as having a voice that is �
She Is very patient and will work at your pace; a trait I did not find in my previous teachers. I absolutely recommend you at least sign up for her free consultation - you have nothing lose!
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