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Speaks French, Spanish, Japanese, English
Awarded Meadows Scholar from SMU and the Meadows Foundation
Master of Music - Music Composition from Southern Methodist University - Dallas, TX
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Theresa S. holds a Master of Music degree from Southern Methodist University and a Bachelor of Science in Music (Performance) from Texas Woman's University. She graduated Magna Cum Laude, in 1997 and featured in the 1995-1997 editions of the National Dean's List, inducted into the Phi Theta Kappa,
Teaches students 5 and up
Doctor of Arts (Music Education) from Ball State University
"Study music while experiencing lessons to an enjoyable and relaxed approach!" This has been my goal and approach for students from young children to professional musicians in college. Whether piano, voice, or organ let's see how you learn best and make this a positive experience for you!
PIANO / VOCAL / ORGAN / CONDUCTING - I am a music educator and performer that loves working with individuals from the young child to professionals. I taught public school for 12 years and then taught at The College of Saint Rose in Albany, NY for the last 14. My degrees are from Western Michigan Un
music composition from University of Oregon
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
I place a heavy emphasis on not just playing but understanding the music. Understanding what you're playing is a key difference between an amateur and a professional musician.
Music is all about relationships and patterns. The more patterns and relationships you learn to readily recognize and identify the more affluent you become in your musical mastery.
Hi, my name is Jacob. I have been teaching music lessons for a living for over 10 years. I graduated with my Ba. in music composition from the University of Oregon in 2008. I play and teach all styles of music including classical, jazz, rock, folk, and other pop styles. I place a big emphasis o
Speaks Portuguese, Spanish, English
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
I was classically trained at St. Norbert College under Dr. Michael Rosewall and Dr. Yi-lan Niu and at Florida State University by Dr. Chuck Chandler. I love teaching in general and strive to make lessons fun and engaging for students. To do so, I customize my lessons for each student individually. My main goal in teaching is to help develop healthy vocal technique that will enable students to sing in a variety of styles without hurting their voices.
I am a professional musician who has been performing and studying for over 10 years. I received my BM in Vocal Performance and Spanish from St. Norbert College in 2014 and my MM in Musicology from Florida State University in 2016. I am currently working on my PhD in Musicology where I am focusing m
Cândida L. B.
Speaks English, Portuguese, Spanish
Awarded Artist in International Residency from National Foundation of Arts (Brazil)
In English, Español ou Português! This is the time to practice jazz, musicals, pop, Brazilian tunes, as well as World and Latin ones. The training includes a related technique to the style, pronunciation and melodic interpretation. We use the iPad/tablet to plan a special program of practice for you. Music and fun!
Classes are online or in studios in Manhattan, New York.
PROGRAM: Using vocal exercises from Natural Technique (Linklater Method), you will work on connecting your voice, breath and body movements. Practicing rhythms, melodies, harmonies, chords, you will develop your musicality and apply everything in your chosen repertoire. (Special call for Brazilian methods used to develop rhythm and musicality!) Using apps, videos, tracks, you will have amazing material to follow along, read lyrics, watch references and read your special instructions. Choose to add music theory and harmony, reading scores to your program if you wish. Special projects in season cycles will happen ...
About Cândida L.
In English, Portuguese or Spanish! Expert and Scholar in Music Education, with proper and modern methodologies to teach piano, voice, ear training, music theory, music history, composition, and songwriting - in person and online! TOP artistic training and experience, in high-quality studios in
Awarded Maryland Distinguished Music Scholar from Nominated by the Baltimore School for the Arts
Bachelor of Music- Violin from Shenandoah University
Comprehensive and fun lessons focusing on musicality, technique and music theory for all ages.
Dear students and parents, Hello and welcome to takelessons.com! My name is Jessica and I am classically trained violinist with over 20 years of playing experience. I was born and raised in Baltimore, Maryland and recently relocated to Saint Louis County with my family. Music has always been pas
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