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Awarded George Bornoff Music Educator Scholarship from Foundation for Advancement of String Education
Teaching since 2006
Have fun playing the cello! I emphasize beautiful tone and expressive playing. I am a patient teacher. Methodical yet flexible. All ages and levels!!
Hello! I am a cellist and pianist with many years of teaching experience and a Master's degree in music performance. I am patient and flexible, but also methodical. I am fascinated by the learning process, and I enjoy finding the most effective and enjoyable ways for each student to learn and pra
Teaches students 5 and up
Awarded William Gillock Composer Award from TMTA
Music Theory & Composition from Southern Methodist University
Learn Irish and Country fiddle solos and tricks and how to improvise within the styles!
Magen has taught lessons for over 10 years, working with children and adults, and special needs students. She primarily teaches piano and violin/fiddle, vocals and song-writing/music composition. As a long-standing member of Dallas Music Teachers Association and Music Teachers National Association,
Teaches students 5 and up
Teaching since 2015
Alessandra A.Book Now
Having spent many years within the family of woodwinds, I offer lessons in many different styles and aspects of the flute! Whether you are a beginner or intermediate player and want to learn the classical flute repertoire, or extend your horizons to explore the piccolo, fife, or penny whistle, I am here to help you reach your goals and to help you become a versatile flutist, should that be your goal. Also included in lessons are basic music theory and ear training in order to deepen your understanding of the instrument.
Alessandra first started studying music at five years old, when she started taking piano lessons for the first time. Many years and many instruments later, she has traveled the world playing not just the piano, but the flute as well as the fife, which is a historic wooden instrument similar to the
Teaches students 5 to 35
Bachelor's Associates in Japanese from University of Massachusetts Amherst
Teaching since 2020
Todd J.Book Now
Want to play your favorite songs or learn some music theory? What about locking down those difficult solos? I can assist you in building a strong base of music theory and proper technique. I have over 10 years of experience playing Rock and acoustic guitar and would love to help you learn some classic songs, or even create your own solo to go with it!
I am currently a Sophomore at the University of Massachusetts Amherst studying foreign languages, economics, and music. I love finding new ways to express myself, whether it's with Japanese or Chinese, or even with some good old Rock and Roll. I love cracking jokes and making people laugh while the
Speaks English, English, Spanish/Español
Teaches students 7 and up
Assiciate of Art in Music from Mt. San Jacinto College
Open and individualized lessons will teach each student in a unique fashion to fit them best. Chords, theory and musical reading will be the main focus of these lessons. My individualized approach works well for many students so that they learn what they want, how they want, and see the results that they specifically are looking for.
Students can expect to learn anything from basic chords to advanced theory and improvisational techniques on their instrument.
I am a professional gigging blues/rock/indy musician with a strong understanding of jazz and blues guitar. I have toured while playing both modern and styles of blues and recently graduated college with some emphasis on blues/jazz guitar. I have spent the last 8 years of my life dedicated to my specialization in blues guitar and have a complete mastery over blues guitar and improvisation.
I began teaching music professionally in 2015 and since then it has become my passion. I graduated college with a degree in music and teach professionally as my primary source of income. I regularly teach guitar and bass (4 string 5 string and fretless) as well as introductory piano and even colleg
Speaks 🇪🇸 Spanish, 🇺🇸 English
Awarded Best Surf Band Nominee from Orange County Music Awards
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
🎸Picking up the acoustic guitar for the first time?
...Or picking up the acoustic guitar for the first time...in a long time?
No problem! Let's get you stringed up and back into the game. Each lesson is simple, effective, and guaranteed to get your fingers in shape and able to reach those frets you had never reached before--sounds a little bit like the intro narrative to Star Trek...?
What you will get in these lessons:
✅ How to play amazing rhythm guitar
✅ How to switch chords quickly
✅ How to play your favorite songs
✅ How to play solos
👋 Hey there guitar aficionado! Ben Stubbs here, your Flamenco guitar go-to-guy. I want to show YOU HOW to PLAY the guitar...but more specifically, the Flamenco guitar. Let me tell you a little about myself, and then we'll get started with a plan for you! EDUCATION I hold an M.P.A. and a B.A.
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Amber is the best voice teacher I have ever had. I needed help quickly to prepare an audition piece for a University I was applying to out of state. I was under a real deadline and I had heard about Amber from one of her other students. We began to work on the piece and it was obvious I needed help with some of my techniques. Even though Amber was fitting me between other scheduled lessons, she found another time the next day and we worked on technique and over the next few days finished the audition piece. It was incredible and even the voice faculty commented on my song, and they were really impressed."
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