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Speaks English, Spanish
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate
Teaches students 5 and up
Hi, there! I've been teaching private lessons since 2010 and have loved helping my students learn how to read music, perform in groups at a higher level, and compose their own music. I have a teaching style that is engaging, fun, and effective. I look forward to helping you reach your goals!
Hi, there! My name is Peter Verdugo and I cannot wait to work with you! I've been teaching private lessons since 2010 and have loved helping my students learn how to read music, perform in groups at a higher level, and compose their own music. To learn more about lessons please feel free to contact
Has been excellent. He is patient but clear , always prompt and very knowledgeable. I would highly recommend peter for anyone considering lessons.
Teaches students 7 to 45
Teaching since 2014
Jazz Performance, Drums from New England Conservatory
Ryan S.Book Now
Experienced musician with 13 years available of performance experience and 4 years of teaching experience. I am eager to teach students of all experience levels and ages! I structure my lessons so students learn what they want to learn, while also building a strong foundation of musical technique. I specialize in Jazz, Rock and Afro-Cuban music.
For literature I use the Podemski Snare Drum Method, Music Minus One, Vic Firth Snare Drum Method, and Wilcoxin.
Born in 1994, Ryan Sands is an up-and-coming artist hailing from Orange, CT. He’s had the pleasure of performing alongside incredible musicians such as Phil Markowitz, Dominique Eade, Christian Sands and George Garzone just to name a few. He’s played at various venues in the United States and aroun
Teaching since 1986
Bachelor degree in Music Therapy , Minor in Pschology from University of Dayton
Teaches students 5 to 90
Your first lesson with me will be fun and exciting. You will learn how to play a fun simple song and scales and rhythm. I measure your success by how well you practice using the techniques I give you, I also measure progress according to how many times a week you practice, I am committed to inspire people of all ages and skill levels to learn more about music. I believe that music for every individual should be a pleasurable learning experience. Whether you are a beginner or advanced musiciane or vocalist. I welcome all students of all ages encouraging them. I like to motivate all students to succeed. After 3 to 6 months with you, you will have learned how to play simple songs, 12 scales and read the lines and spaces of Treble and Bass Clef and play 3 rhythm patterns
Renee has a Bachelor degree from the University of Dayton in Music Therapy with an emphasis on piano, voice and music theory. She has been teaching children from age five to adult for over 12 years. In 1995 I taught children from Kindergarten to 4th grad
Teaches students 7 to 75
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Teaching since 1994
Joseph G.Book Now
The greatest joy in teaching a musical instrument is seeing the student learn, develop and eventually evolve into a proficient musician. Each lesson that I teach focuses on theory and harmony, and also includes songs that the student wants to learn. Incorporating ear training, sight reading, scales, chords and improvisation will also be part of the music curriculum. I vow to make learning the piano or keyboard a fun and educational experience!
I began studying the piano at the age of seven and have taken lessons for fifteen years. My teachers Lillian Dickstein and Dr. Richard Vallis were both Juilliard graduates. In addition, I studied jazz improvisation, arranging, and composition with Angelo Mussolino. I also have worked as a Director
Teaching since 2014
Awarded Winner Non-classical voice from The Los Angeles Spotlight Awards
Musical Theatre BFA from University of Michigan
Ever dreamt of being on Broadway? Ever wanted to study with a Broadway star? Want to work on your technique? Have an audition (or College audition) coming up? Do you just love singing and want to do more of it?
Rachel is a Broadway veteran who teaches all ages and voice types. Rachel teaches different styles, including both classical and contemporary in both singing and acting. Whether it's Shakespeare, Opera, Musical Theatre, or anything in between!
Credits include: Christine on Broadway in Phantom of the Opera, Scarlett (original cast) on the international tour of Gone With The Wind, Ariel in The Little Mermaid, BFA MT from University of Michigan.
Take lessons with a Broadway veteran! I've been teaching private voice and acting coaching for over 5 years and LOVE seeing my students improve! I am a working singer/actor, and writer/musician in NYC, but I love teaching so much that I do it even while I'm working on projects! A little bit abou
Such a nice person, really great teacher, informative, fun to work with for any level
Teaches students 3 and up
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Teaching since 2001
Scott M.Book Now
I've been teaching violin for 18 years to students who have achieved their goals for performance. I tailor the pace of learning for each student according to best methods of comprehension. I teach classical violin with an excellent method book and am able to assist in sizing and locating a violin. I teach students of all ages and skill levels for this wonderful opportunity of learning violin!
I have 18 years experience teaching violin. I provide violin lessons tailored to students achieving their goals. Our Bridgewater home studio is a fun learning environment. Private or group violin lessons are available to students of all ages. References are available upon request. I assist in violi
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