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Speaks English, Hebrew, Spanish, Hebrew
Teaching since 1979
Teaches students 3 to 65
I play piano and electronic keyboard. My musical background is in jazz, pop, rock, blues, and folk music. I am not a classical pianist.
When teaching piano/keyboard, I teach primarily playing by ear, and chord theory, although I do also teach the fundamentals of reading notes.
With electronic keyboards, I teach students to become familiar with and utilize the features of their keyboard; I also teach improvisation.
As with guitar, I adapt my lessons to meet the interests, attention span, and learning styles of my students.
Students tend to enjoy taking lessons with me, because I make lessons, and music, personal and enjoyable!
*** Travel Equipment *** I do not typically provide any equipment - but I am willing to select and purchase books for the students to learn from (cost of books to be reimbursed by the student/parent) when requested to do so. I am also willing to provide stick-on note-names for the keyboard, for
Teaching since 2015
Teaches students 10 to 60
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate
Kenson A.Book Now
I will teach you different methods throughout your guitar journey!
After your 1st lesson, you’ll have all the motivation to become a great guitar player.
Hello my name is Ken and I will be your guitar teacher. First of all I wanna welcome you to my class, thank you for stopping by to learn about this incredible instrument. Now let me tell you a little bit about myself. I started playing the guitar since I was 9-10 years old with my brothers, and si
Speaks English, Italian, French
Teaches students 12 and up
Awarded Thomas Nyfenger Prize for Woodwind Playing from Yale University
I have 10+ years of international teaching experience - spanning from Europe, to America to the Far East - and I greatly enjoy putting my experience to service in order to bring students to love their instrument and help them envision how to make music a part of their human experience, either if taken professionally or just for fun! I am very easy going, flexible to adjust to each student's needs and requests, and resourceful in terms of pedagogic techniques to make each and every lesson a step forward!
Hello there! I am an Italian flutist based in New York City. I offer Flute and Italian lessons, both from beginner to advanced level. As a musician, I hold degrees from Santa Cecilia Conservatory in Rome (Italy), Ecole Normale in Paris (France) and Yale University (USA). I have conducted a suc
Teaches students 5 and up
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate
Teaching since 2009
Mike S.Book Now
I teach all levels of trumpet with a completely custom lesson plan designed for each student. Trumpet playing should be fun and as effortless as possible!
We will cover:
How to play trumpet (tone, range, articulation)
How to read music
Techniques for better sightreading
Body use (how a relaxed body can lead to better playing)
Music Theory (how does music work and how can I use this knowledge to my advantage?)
Mental aspects of music (overcoming stage fright, preparing for a performance)
All styles are covered from jazz to classical and everything in between.
Everyone is different so the way I approach teaching trumpet is different for everyone! The goal, however, is the same. To be great trumpet players and have fun doing it. I'm here to teach anyone and everyone how they can truly enjoy and immerse themselves in music through the trumpet.
Teaches students 5 and up
Bachelor of Music in Clarinet Performance from University of Puget Sound
Teaching since 2014
I am dedicated to helping students improve on their instrument and work toward their own personal goals. All ages and all levels are welcome. I think it is important to build on a foundation of technique, sight reading, and music theory, but also have fun in the process. I have a BM in Clarinet Performance from the University of Puget Sound and a MM in Clarinet Performance from California State University, Fullerton.
I am a performer, teacher, and student. While working towards a Masters in Performance with the Los Angeles Philharmonic's Burt Hara at Cal State Fullerton, I have subbed with local orchestras as well as participated in recording projects in Orange County. At the University, I performed with the wi
I didn't have many lessons, but I like her.
Silvia R E.
Teaching since 2000
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Silvia R E.Book Now
The beginning is important to engage student with a lesson plan 15 minutes practice every day a must!! Teach a new song from the start.
Also teaching the diatonic button box
About Silvia R
Teaching the accordion and the diatonic buttoni Box has been a great reward Started in Vienna Austria where I am from to teach accordion. Fluent in German and English . Started teaching in the US in the year 2000. Many of my students are from all over the World. Currently I teach students from
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Our experience with Nick was outstanding. Nick gave our son multiple years of guitar lessons, as well as music theory and composition instruction. This was while our student was in a charter high school for music, and playing for hours a day. Yet, Nick's lessons were the ones he looked forward to the most. Nick treated him not only like a valued student but also as a capable musician. Guitar was not our son's first instrument, yet Nick never forgot that he needed to learn some things as a beginner and others by building on skills of an already playing musician. The individualization was the best we have seen in any music teacher. Nick was able to take him far very quickly too. And, they had a great time. The in-person lessons and Skype lessons were at an equally high level. Each lesson was personalized to our student's needs at that moment in time. Nick respected his needs in school to be working on a specific composition or learning a specific skill or even the need to be flexible with traveling. Our student has gone on to play his own music, as well as covers, at large and small venues in multiple states. He still uses the warm-ups Nick gave him to keep his speed up. Thanks Nick!"
Anything I write down doesn’t feel quite enough, really. She has become so much more than a music teacher (or maybe that’s how the best teachers should be?). A friend, a wise guide in the world of music that’s so easy to get lost in and burn out. With a day job and family, I could have stayed a noodler on various instruments forever, but thanks to her I now can call myself a musician - while keeping that tricky life-music balance. I surely have a life-long path of improvement in front of me (like everyone else!). But if I have her by my side, I know I’ll make it. Felicidades!"
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