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Paul B. Schenectady, NY

About Paul

Over 14 years of teaching and playing experience in many areas of music. I have a Masters Degree from Boston University. I love teaching and playing rock, jazz and classical on both drum set and mallet instruments. *** Studio Equipment *** D.W drum set with Zildjian cymbals. Yamaha Marimba, 4 1/3 octave rosewood. Musser M-55 Vibraphone. Two Ludwig Timpani.

Jarod G. Johnsonville, NY

About Jarod

Hello! I'm a bassist that also has training in the other string instruments as well! Violinists can start as young as 5 years old!

Robert Z. Bennington, VT

About Robert

I teach up-right bass (double bass or acoustic bass), and music theory. Many of my students take the AP Music Theory test after approximately a year. I'm a graduate of Juilliard (BM and MM) and earned a doctorate from the Eastman School of Music. Many of my students have been accepted to these schools. I accept all types of students and am particularly successful with helping my students use the bass as a means of getting into a great college or university. I also work a great deal with preparing students for all-state auditions. My teaching style revolves around securing technique, so that the music is able to emerge. I'm aware of every aspect of playing the bass, including instrument set up and repair.

David R. Schenectady, NY

About David

Hi, I'm Dave R. I specialize in brass performance and jazz studies in the music area and in fitness and nutrition in the health and wellness area. Musically speaking, I've taught over 35 students, one on one, in the past 10 years. I've very intuitive and sensitive to a students needs and I will push you to be better than you are. I've been involved in fitness and nutrition for the past 6 years. Email me with questions.

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