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Bradley S.

Hanford, CA

About Bradley

With over two decades of performance and teaching experience, Bradley S. comes to you to help you get through even the toughest aspects of performance. Bradley started playing music at the age of 4 y
ears old and has never looked back. He has performed with such groups and artists as Hal Leonard superstars Kirby Shaw and Roger Emerson, Martin Behnke, The Four Freshman, Clockwork, Sixthwave, The South County Fair Horndogs, The Esquire Jazz Orchestra and Grammy Award Winning Artist Gentle Thunder.

Lessons in my music studio are based on how serious you would like to improve your craft. I have a variety of lesson time options which go down in price per minute for longer lasting lessons. I offer studies in Brass (Including Trumpet, Trombone, Euphonium, French Horn and Tuba), Piano, Jazz Theory, Classical Theory, Voice, Percussion and Music Production (including Recording Techniques, Studio Performance, Studio Engineering and Producing).

Need to pass an audition? I can help you through it! Whether it be nervousness problems, technique issues, chop power or any other problem, I've got your back! All that is required is hard work with my guidance!

I also offer private tutoring in Math, English and Social Studies. If you need help getting through your next test, look no further, I can help! I have passed all my serious study students through every exam with 100% success! All that is required is that the student put forth the effort that I can guide them through.

Sign up today and take it to the level you've always dreamed about!

*** Lesson Details ***
Be prepared to work hard!

Come prepared to learn with instrument in hand and I will provide the rest. Books available for an extra price. All other material is free of charge. I highly encourage the use of tuners and metronomes although not required.

For tutoring students, all that is required is to have all the materials you need help with. I will get you through this!

*** Studio Equipment ***
Bach Stradavarius Model 37 Custom CRB Trumpet
Kris Kratt Flugelhorn
ProTools LE 8
Digidesign Avid 003+ Rack
Sweetwater Creation Station

*** Travel Equipment ***
Music Stand
Books
Tuner
Metronome

*** Specialties ***
Lead Trumpet
Jazz Theory
Transposition
Vocal Jazz Singing
Composition and Arranging
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Bradley S.

Bradley S.

Hanford, CA 93230
starting at
$25 / 30-min
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Antonio M.

Fresno, CA

About Antonio

Antonio resides in Fresno, California. He has been playing drums for over 14 years. He has performed extensively around the central valley and California. He studied classical theory and has a BA d
egree in Jazz Performance from CSU, Fresno State. Awards and merits include Outstanding Overall College Performer of the 2007 Reno Jazz Festival, winner of the regional guitar center drum off for 2003 and 2008. He has taught privately for 6 years and at Fresno schools including ACEL Charter High School, Kipp Charter and currently at Kepler Charter. Antonio has shared the stage opening for act such as Heart, The English Beat, The Doobie Brothers, The Wailers, The Skatalites, Vodoo Glow Skulls, The Aggrolites, The Toasters, Fishbone, Long Beach Dub All-Stars, Christian McBride Trio, Tera Melos, Ape Machine, Bilal, Black Milk, Twinkle Brothers and more. His drumming style can be credited to some of his favorite drummers including John Bonham, Elvin Jones, Chris Dave, Bill Ward, Zigaboo Modeliste, Dave Grohl, Mitch Mitchell, J-Dilla and Jon Theodore. Beginners to Advanced students welcomed, learn jazz, heavy metal, hip-hop, reggae, ska, traditional jazz, Afro-Cuban and more!!!

Projects include:
The Jules Winnfield
Style Like Revelators
Fight Club
The Notones
Viper City Brass Band

*** Lesson Details ***
Lessons are focused on the students personal proficiency level and capability. Also it is important to keep the lesson geared towards what the student wants to learn. If you have not played drums, guitar, or bass before and are looking to start playing today, I can get you started with a good foundation and advance from there. Also if you are already playing and seeking guidance or improvement, I can be of aid as well.

-sight-reading/reading
-styles/genres
-technique
-rudiments
-scales/chords
-soloing/improvisation
-tones/tuning/timbre
-composition

*** Studio Equipment ***
KITS
-Yamaha Stage Custom kit 2003
-Gretch Catalina Club 2005
-CB 700 1973
-Collarlock 1999

SNARES
-Porkpie Beechwood
-Pearl Chad Smith model
-Yamaha Absolute Maple piccolo

CYMBALS
-Paiste GaintBeat 24" ride
-Paiste 2002 22" ride
-Paiste GaintBeat 20" crash
-Paiste 404 20" crash
-Zildjian K Dry Complex II 24" ride
-Zildjian K Constantinople 22" ride
-Zildjian K Thin Constantinople 22" ride
-Zildjian K Constantinople 20" ride
-Zildjian K Custom Left Side 20" ride
-Zildjian FX 18" china
-Zildjian K Custom 13" hats
-Zildjian A Custom 14" hats
-Sabian AAX 18" crash
-Sabian AA 16" crash
-Sabian AAX 13" hats

GUITARS/AMP
-Fender Stratocaster
-Ibanez AF95 Hollow-body
-Fender bass
-Fender Hot-Rod Deville

*** Travel Equipment ***
Available for use during lesson:

-Porkpie Beechwood Snare 14"
-Pearl Chad Smith Model Snare 14"
-Cymbals of your choice (see studio equipment)
-Fender Stratocaster
-Fender Bass

*** Specialties ***
I am an all around musician, drumming styles that I take pride in and have worked through different projects include: (these can be taught!!!) plus more!!!!

-Rock
-Doom Metal
-Psychedelic Rock
-Punk
-Death Metal
-Surf/Two-Beat
-Texas Swing/Blues
-Traditional Jazz
-Big Band/Swing
-Bebop Jazz
-Hard Bop Jazz
-West coast/East coast Jazz
-60's Reggae
-Roots Reggae
-Traditional Ska
-Two-Tone/Third Wave Ska
-Calypso/Steel band
-West coast/East coast Hip-Hop
-R&B/Soul
-Oldies/Motown
-Breakbeat
-Afro-Cuban/Salsa
-Merengue/Cumbia
-Corridos/Banda
-Classical Percussion

Guitar/Bass:

-Chords (Basic to Advanced)
-Scales (Basic to Advanced)
-Composition/Song Writing

Theory:

-Classical/Jazz
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Antonio M.

Antonio M.

Fresno, CA 93727
starting at
$30 / 30-min
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Chavaleh F.

Visalia, CA

About Chavaleh

I am passionate about excellence in music and theater and bringing any individual or group I work with to "the next level," whether they are professional opera singers or raw kids.

People I work w
ith find that I have high expectations and that I care that each individual reaches their performance best, while keeping a positive and enthusiastic environment that encourages hard work and musical success.

I have a Bachelor's Degree in Music from Washington State University and did Master's work at the University of Washington with concentrations in Theory, Conducting, and Vocal Pedagogy.
I am a competent diction coach in Italian, French, German, Spanish, Latin, and Russian, and I currently have a private classical vocal studio of around 40 students.

In the recent past my students have performed such diverse roles as Enjolras in Les Miserables (three different students in different productions), Fantine in Les Miserables, Cosette in Les Miserables (two students in two different productions), Young Cosette in Les Miserables, (three students in different productions, including local casting of Broadway tour), Gavroche in Les Miserables (two students in different productions including local casting of Broadway tour), Eponine in Les Miserables (two students in different productions), Rolf in The Sound of Music, Fyetka in Fiddler on the Roof, Bert Healy in Annie, Susanna in Le Nozze di Figaro, Link in Hairspray, Hansel in Hansel and Gretel, Charlie Brown in You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown, Amahl in Amahl and the Night Visitors, Colin in The Secret Garden, Pepper in Annie (two students in different productions), Annie in Annie, Judd in Oklahoma, the Gardener in Le Nozze di Figaro, Barbarina in Le Nozze di Figaro, Grantaire in Les Miserables, Liesl, Friedrich, and Kurt in the Sound of Music, Max in the Sound of Music, Feuilly in Les Miserables, Fauchelevant in Les Miserables (local casting of Broadway tour), Uncle Yakuside in Madama Butterfly, Dorothy in The Wizard of Oz, The Scarecrow in the Wizard of Oz, The Tin Man in the Wizard of Oz, the Cowardly Lion in The Wizard of Oz, the Wicked Witch in the Wizard of Oz, Glinda in the Wizard of Oz, Yentl in Fiddler on the Roof, Chavaleh in Fiddler on the Roof, and Hodel in Fiddler on the Roof, as well as numerous performances as ensemble and secondaries in musical theater and opera.

I have been performing since I was a child and some photographs of roles are below -- but I believe my students' achievements are more relevant to my teaching than my own!

I work comfortably with adults, teenagers, and young children, and lessons with me are detailed and energetic, hard work and lots of fun, with lots of passion and encouragement. Let's sing!

Recent review of Fresno Grand Opera's production of Les Miserables: I was the ensemble director and the Enjolras understudy mentioned is one of my students. 

*** Lesson Details ***
Warm-ups and exercises tailored to specific needs and level of student, progressive work in method book such as Vaccai, Marchesi, or Concone, and performance repertoire and role development.

*** Studio Equipment ***
N/A

*** Specialties ***
Turning "good singing" into performance level characterization

Teaching pitch matching to beginning students

Foreign language diction
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Reviews

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Traci B. February 5, 2014
Broadway Singing
Only one place to go to become a phenomenal singer and person!

I took lessons with Chavaleh for four or five years. She was always so patient with me and always made me feel so confident, whether it was playing Chopin on the piano or singing "I Dreamed a Dream" from Les Miserables or combining the two with a pop song! She taught me how to chord the piano and sing at the same time as well as how to become technically skilled at each separately. Chavaleh also made me a better person. She exudes warmth and kindness and understanding; I never felt like giving up. She always made me want to keep trying. By far the best mentor I have ever had. Thank you, Chavaleh!
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Katie L. February 4, 2014
Singing
Amazing teacher.

The most loving teacher you will meet. She genuinely cares about her students and teaches amazing technique. She will help you develop your own individual skill and encourage you every step of the way. Taking lessons with her opens up a whole new world of experience.
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Erik A. February 4, 2014
Singing
Chavaleh is an excellent voice teacher

My child has grown tremendously under Chavaleh's vocal tutelage. I have observed Chavaleh teach and coach voice at all levels to all ages, always to great effect. Whether it's for voice lessons, help with a specific voice problem, diction, language, or any other voice-related issue, I enthusiastically recommend Chavaleh.
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Chavaleh F.

Chavaleh F.

Visalia, CA 93277
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$35 / 30-min
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Thomas M.

Tulare, CA

About Thomas

I am a 7-year tenor saxophonist that reigned in Austin, Texas before moving to Tulare. I went to Lane Community College in Eugene, Oregon for Jazz Studies & Saxophone Performance before dropping out t
o go play professionally for reggae and hip-hop groups around the country. I have experience in all genres of playing and even experimented in country, bluegrass, jazz, funk, and heavy metal specifically. I also record for artists around the world that want saxophone on a track. Through high school I would teach saxophone sectionals at my local middle schools and directed a jazz ensemble at a private academy as well.
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Thomas M.

Thomas M.

Tulare, CA 93274
starting at
$15 / 30-min

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