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Jayna J.

Mesa, AZ

About Jayna

I have performed my whole life! I started with choir in Elementary School, and was in choir all throughout Middle School and High School. My show choir was featured on the pilot episode on Glee! I graduated from college with a degree in Classical vocal performance, and am classically trained. I love Musical Theatre, and a good Mariah Carey song, on any given day!

In college I had extensive theory training and took over 40 units of just Music theory including, ear training, and counterpoint.

I have performed in over 3 operas, and I think that performance is very important in all asp
ects of life!

I took piano for 10 years, and believe that piano is the foundation for any sort of musical training.

I have been teaching for about 3-4 years now and I ABSOLUTELY LOVE IT!!!! I can't imagine doing anything else.

*** Lesson Details ***
I always bring necessary materials to our first lesson. From there, I will assess where the student is at, and prescribe the proper methodology. I have an excellent selection of vocal books, and am willing to suggest other books that might be suitable.

I use 2 different methods for teaching piano. The Alfred Series or the Faber and Faber series. I will asses which will be necessary to for the student after our first lesson.

I am not a strict teacher, but I am not laid back either. I expect all of my students to practice at least 4-5 times a week. However, I do understand when unexpected life circumstances come up, and time does not permit one to practice.

For my piano students, after 3 months, you can expect to be reading music on the staff, and after 6 months, with practice you can expect to be playing music off the staff with hands together hopefully in the second level. :)

For vocal students, after 3-6 months, my students will have developed a healthier, better technique to singing. Hopefully we will have 3-5 songs in the students repertoire list, and he/she will gain a sense of confidence when singing out loud or in front of an audience.

Guitar students can expect to learn how to play their favorite pop song within 3 months.

ASL students will be able to participate in deaf conversation within 6-9 months. However, by the end of the first 3 months, students will be able to finger spell their names, as well as various greetings to introduce themselves, and start conversations with deaf people.
*** Studio Equipment ***
I have a piano at my home, as well as a plethora of vocal and piano repertoire.

*** Travel Equipment ***
Necessary supplementary curriculum for students to learn. I expect the students to have a piano or keyboard, ready to use for weekly lessons.

***Strength***
Keeping the lesson grounded, focused, with a clear objective, all while being fun, and engaging.
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Jeff Nichols April 20, 2016
Piano · In studio
Verified Student
Very patient and provides easy to understand pointers
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Richard Williams November 9, 2015
Piano · In home
Verified Student
Fun, friendly, educational. Gave me good recommendations for out of class resources as well.
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Deb H. October 18, 2015
Piano · In home
Verified Student
Jayna has been coming to our home to teach piano to our 10yo daughter. Our daughter had taken lessons for several years previously but needed a break last year. When she wanted to start up again, we found Jayna, who helped to really re-motivate our daughter's interest in piano. She is very understanding that our daughter is on the shyer side, so she is very supportive and encouraging to her, but she also challenges her. She has continued focus on theory from where our daughter was previously, but also has brought in some new techniques to help with her playing. I think it helps that Jayna is also a music teacher in a school, so she can work with students where they are. She would be excellent working with beginning to advanced students, as well as nervous/shy kids to outgoing ones. (Our daughter really likes that she can have some choice in music she learns!)
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Jayna J.

Jayna J.

Mesa, AZ 85201
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$28 / 30-min
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Ginni A.

Chandler, AZ

About Ginni

You can learn to play piano or sing at any age! Whatever your musical goals are, Ginni will help you to reach them.

Ginni has been teaching piano and singing for 21 years. Whether you are a beginner, an intermediate or advanced she will help you to learn and have fun making music!

Technique is key! As a professional musician Ginni knows the importance of good technique. Great technique gives the performer confidence and the ability to excel.

Ginni's piano and singing students are taught how to use their bodies to perform at their best. Some of the methods that Ginni uses come from
her studies at university, personal study and from watching, listening to and performing with world class musicians. From all of this experience, Ginni developed a proven method for teaching piano and singing that helps students progress quickly and perform with ease.

Performance anxiety can be overcome. Using the tools that Ginni has developed, students relax, focus and enjoy their performing experience.

Reading music is important for pianists and singers. Ginni helps beginning through advanced students to more fully understand written music and quickly sight read it.

It’s important to perform songs that you enjoy. Students help choose supplemental songs that they love whether that be contemporary pop, traditional classical, Broadway, jazz, country or any other genre that they would like to learn.

Ginni’s piano and singing students increase their range, power, agility, control, confidence and expressiveness through technical exercises, scales, arpeggios, applying technique and lots of encouragement! Students grow the more that they share their talents. Students of Ginni’s are invited to participate in recitals, the Arizona Study Program and are guided through auditions, solo and ensemble performances.

Ginni uses the latest technology to help her students, whether by finding a song online for a student to listen to and learn from, transposing a piece on keyboard, improving the sound of an iphone song by plugging it into a speaker system or by using a mic to learn microphone technique.

A century old stand up piano may not be cutting edge technology but, Ginni’s sounds beautiful and her students enjoy playing it. Music is such a gift. So is participating in and watching the growth and progression of others.

Ginni asks her students to remember three things:
Try, Relax and Have Fun!
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Linda K. April 22, 2016
Piano · In studio
Verified Student
She makes learning a fun experience!
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Kim A. April 8, 2016
Singing · In home
Verified Student
Ginni's lessons have been so helpful, I can already see improvements. I absolutely love learning how to control my breathing while singing. She Rocks!
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Madison K. March 18, 2016
Piano · In studio
Verified Student
She's very patient!!
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Ginni A.

Ginni A.

Chandler, AZ 85226
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$30 / 30-min
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Stephanie H.

Chandler, AZ

About Stephanie

Stephanie is freelance flute performer and teacher in the Phoenix and Tucson areas. Recognized as a skilled musician, Stephanie was a finalist in the Florida Flute Association’s College Young Artist Competition and the Florida Flute Association’s Advanced Masterclass. In addition, she participated in the Narnia Arts Academy in Narni, Italy, with Carol Wincenc, professor of flute at Juilliard. Stephanie has also been a finalist in the University of Central Florida and Arizona State University’s Concerto Competitions.

Currently, Stephanie is pursuing a Doctorate degree in Musical Arts at Ari
zona State University where she studies with Dr. Elizabeth Buck. She holds a Master of Music on Music Performance from Arizona State University and Bachelor of Music in Music Performance from the University of Central Florida. Her previous flute instructors and mentors include Carol Wincenc, Dr. Brian Luce, Dr. Nora Lee Garcia-Velazquez, Ernie Brock, and Gary Nichols.
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Maddie F. September 20, 2015
Flute · In studio
Verified Student
My daughter loves her flute tutor
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Stephanie H.

Stephanie H.

Chandler, AZ 85225
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starting at
$25 / 30-min
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Dongyi H.

Gilbert, AZ

About Dongyi

I am originally from Jinan, China and have a degree in English from Shandong Normal University in Jinan. I have played the violin since I was 15. However, I have taught music a total of forty years, thirty-five at the university. I am now retired, teaching violin in my home for the past 5 years in China. I now live at the Lyon's Gate neighborhood in Gilbert Arizona and teach in my home studio there.
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Danny F. April 25, 2016
Violin · In studio
Verified Student
She is great!
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Hannah C. April 21, 2016
Violin · In studio
Verified Student
She's skilled and nice! The perfect combo!
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Firdous K. March 13, 2016
Violin · In studio
Verified Student
Very nice and attentive and knowledgeable. One lesson so far looking forward to the next
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Dongyi H.

Dongyi H.

Gilbert, AZ 85295
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starting at
$15 / 30-min
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Amy P.

Chandler, AZ

About Amy

My name is Amy. I have many years of experience teaching in both one-on-one and group settings. I offer drum set lessons, as well as piano, xylophone, and English tutoring. I have taught students ages 4 to 65, and I will tailor your lessons so that you will get the results that you want!

I'd love to help you reach your goals!
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Chris May 20, 2016
Drum · In studio
Verified Student
Awesome enthusiasm and great teacher. Glad we found her. Thanks Amy!
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Liberty May 2, 2016
Piano · In home
Amy taught our 4 teenagers chords on the piano. This was essential to further their learning and was done with such a patient, good-natured attitude. She is very professional, but tempered with JOY. We were blessed to have our teenagers under her tutelage.
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melby April 2, 2016
Drum · In studio
As an adult learner, Amy was my first drum instructor. I saw her playing at the church and I liked her playing style. In class, She was and is enthusiastic and motivational. She really got me started on drums when I had never studied music before.. I'll never forget her as my good first drum teacher !
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Amy P.

Amy P.

Chandler, AZ 85224
(5)
starting at
$25 / 30-min

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