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Teaches students 5 and up
Teaching since 2014
Hi! My name is T.J. and I am a professional drummer and educator currently living in Forest Park, IL. I received my B.A. in Jazz Studies from Elmhurst College in the Spring of 2019. I have been playing professionally in Chicago and it's surrounding suburbs for over five years now, and have played the drum set for 13 years.
I am very passionate about my craft, and absolutely love spreading that knowledge with others and inspiring them to the best of my ability. I am well versed in many styles, including Rock, Jazz,, Fusion, Funk, World Music, and Classical Percussion.
I am active in many bands, such as Instrumental Rock/Fusion band Elysian Green and Folk/Rock band Fleeting Suns (check either out on spotify!) I've been lucky enough to record and share the stage with famous Chicago musicians, such as Chris Siebold, Mark Colby, Frank Caruso, Jeremy Khan, and Marlene Rosenberg, among others. Some less-local musicians include Mike Stern, Randy Brecker, Sean Jones, and Matt ...
My goal as an educator is to give my students the tools to allow them to play in a way that makes them feel accomplished and brings them joy. I am very serious about teaching the fundamentals of drumming, as it allows you to begin learning self-sufficiently, and that way you can keep learning in a s
Speaks Spanish, English
Teaching since 1997
Teaches students 8 and up
Roberto is a very patient teacher. He has been teaching theory for over twenty years. You can learn solfege, and harmony, and apply it to the guitar, so you understand what you are playing.
Hi, there! My name is Roberto and I can't wait to meet you! I've been teaching private lessons since around 2001 and have loved helping my students improve their technique, win prizes at competitions, and enjoy playing the guitar. I went to Hunter College/CUNY and earned a degree in Master of Arts i
Speaks English, Spanish, Portuguese
Teaching since 2009
Teaches students 4 and up
Are you at the beginning stages of your music career and are looking for advice? I am happy to chat and share my experience with you.
My name is Marye. I am a Singer/Songwriter and Teaching Artist. I teach voice, guitar, ukulele, piano and songwriting. I have been teaching music privately since 2009 and I LOVE IT! I love sharing what I have learned in my own music career with my students. I love helping my students sing and pl
Speaks French, English
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate
Awarded Angela Waite Recital - Distinction in Performance from Kenyon College
I tailor my guitar lessons to each of my students so that they can improve their skills in areas that interest them the most whether that be acoustic, electric, blues, classical, jazz, or country. This teaching approach, combined with my extensive and diverse guitar style background fosters the most efficient path of growth for my students. Furthermore, I can offer to teach students how to both sing and play guitar as I studied both guitar and voice for over 7 years.
I've studied the guitar for seven years focusing on sight reading, playing by ear, understanding chord structures, and music theory. I've played in a rock band in college, I played guitar in Kenyon's Jazz Strings ensemble, I've also performed in bars in Paris. Additionally, I'm always ready to learn new styles or help my students learn songs that they're interested to play.
Jean-Louis is a multi-instrumentalist developed a deep passion for music at a young age and began to develop his skills in singing and guitar throughout high school. In College, he completed a bachelor's degree in Music focusing on the voice and guitar but also developing skills in ear training, sig
Teaches students 5 to 17
Teaches Elementary, Middle School, High School
My experience teaching mathematics, combined with my coursework background, prepares me to tutor elementary, middle, and high school students at a wide spectrum of levels. Specifically, I am a ready and enthusiastic tutor for students interested in support with basic math, pre-algebra, algebra I & II, trigonometry, geometry, pre-calculus, calculus AB, and calculus BC. My own mathematics coursework has extended most recently to linear algebra and multivariable calculus, due both to personal interest and to the specific requirements of Harvard's physics major track.
Currently an undergraduate at Harvard, I have long enjoyed sharing both my love of learning and the reserve of strategies that I've build up for overcoming academic challenges. In my experience, successful tutoring hinges on a flexible and dynamic teaching style, honed to each student's unique combination of strengths and struggles. There are many different ways to understand any concept or learn any skill. As a tutor, my ...
I have tutored for several years, and, due to my wide array of academic interests, I have gained expertise tutoring in a broad range of subjects. My experience and coursework prepares me to tutor mathematics (pre-algebra, algebra, geometry, pre-calculus & trigonometry, calculus), physics, chemistry,
I should also mention that, having read some of her own writing, she is an exceptional writer herself and has significant experience in writing and tutoring analytical, creative, and scientific writing (I have come to her for help with all three types!). She also has a terrific intuition for how to structure an essay in a given context and purpose, which is something I particularly struggle with. As a final note, I would add that Sophia naturally teaches one how to write while guiding you to improve a particular essay, so you end up picking up her skill and experience as you work with her.
Having tried other tutors and attended writing workshops, etc., I can say with confidence that I have never found another writing tutor who comes close to Sophia--including in the quality of the finished products she helps create, degree to which she improves a student's own overall writing and organizational ability, and the way in which she tailors her approach to fit what is needed for a particular student, assignment, and even particular essay draft.
Teaching since 2015
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Guitar is such a fun instrument. Lessons are student based, we will learn what you want to learn, and the way you would like to learn! Your curriculum will be made just for you!
I’m Kristen! I am a mother to an adorable little boy named Beckett. I live on a farm with lots of animals. I love the spring time when all of the babies are born, I especially love baby goats (did you know they are called kids too!). During the weekdays you can find me teaching music lessons,
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