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Teaches students 5 to 18
Teaching since 2008
Students can expect to learn how to sing or to grow in their knowledge of singing. I do this using vocal warm ups and exercises as well as working on songs to perform.
Nice to meet you! My name is Amanda and I have been teaching piano and voice lessons since 2008. I started teaching after I graduated with a bachelors degree in music. I love teaching students that learning an instrument is fun and rewarding. I would love to work with you!
Speaks English, Tagalog, Mandarin
Teaching since 2013
Teaches students 10 to 25
I've been teaching for 4 years and I use the Bastien and Faber books. If you have previously taken piano lessons, I can use the books your teacher recommended. Whatever you goals are for learning piano, I will try my best to help you achieve them.
Have you always wanted to learn the piano or violin? It’s never too late! I have been playing the piano and violin for 14 years and have been teaching for 2 years. I have a variety of experiences over the years, ranging from instructors who graduated from the Juilliard School of Music, Colburn Cons
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Teaching since 2003
Teaches students 13 and up
I believe a solid music theory foundation gives us the springboard to soar high in all aspect of music, from instrumental music to song writing.
I have a strong passion for music theory and I am excited to help you navigate the world of music theory
I am an artist, a full time musician, music director, and singer and song writer with over 20 years of combined experience. I have an Associate Degree in Fine Arts with Emphasis in Music - Victor Valley College. My passion is to inspire my students in every lesson. To provide them with the prop
Speaks Language coaching for songs in English, German, French, and Italian. Some Norwegian experience as well.
BA in Vocal Performance from Southern Utah University
Awarded Roy Samuelsen Award from BYU's Young Artist Competition
Singing techniques in a Musical Theater style voice, repertoire selection, and audition preparation. Keep in mind classical technique is a great foundation for all styles of singing, so depending on student's level we will start with classical exercises before moving on to their musical theater repertoire.
I am dedicated to helping you feel comfortable singing, performing and even auditioning. I teach you how to free up your voice and how to apply the tools that give you the confidence to sing what you want. Also check me out on FaceBook at fb.me/MelissaJamesStudio *** Lesson Details *** I do ha
Elaine Sin Yee Y.
Speaks English, Mandarin, Chinese, Cantonese
Teaches students Male: 5 to 30; Female: 5 to 40
Doctor of Musical Arts, Piano Performance from Michigan State University
My teaching approach is as follows:
If the student is new, I will need to know if he or she has any musical knowledge.
If the particular student is a total beginner, I will definitely start from scratch and I will provide my own teaching materials for the learning process. Parents are welcomed to sit in the lessons and observe my teaching.
If the student is in intermediate level, I will first listen to the student's playing briefly to get the idea of the level of piano playing, and the student's previous learning experiences with their previous teachers. After that, I will have discussions with the parents regarding my further approach of teaching.
About Elaine Sin Yee
Sin Yee is making headlines as a sensational young pianist in her home, Malaysia. She is the top prize winner at the 5th Thailand International Piano Competition 2018, Singapore National Piano and Violin Competition (Artist Category) in 2013, and the 1st Thailand International Mozart Piano Competit
Teaches students 5 and up
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Teaching since 1990
Every student has their own way of learning, and I will find that way! The beginner is brought through the traditional, classic method. But then I branch into modern styles, helping the student to find an original voice and perform music that resonates with today's listening audience. Together, we will explore American music that brings the intermediate and advanced student to understand blues and jazz improvisation, as well as composition.
Motivation to practice is the key. Working with the parents, I like to make the lesson fun for the student, while getting the student to work hard and to keep them focused on success. Both current and former students and their parents are eager to provide references. I've taught all ages; in mu
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Melody's knowledge and drive are truly contagious. She has a unique ability to pull the absolute best out of her students by bringing all of her learned and inherent skill to the table sharing with those she is teaching. It is apparent that this is not just a job for her, but a calling. If you're looking for a teacher who is talented, compassionate, and will push you to be the best you can be, she's definitely the one!"
My granddaughters took voice, guitar, and piano from Missy from the age of third grade through high school. I selected Missy due to her experience: classically trained on piano and voice during her formative years, studied at Berklee College of Music, Boston, toured the country as a solo singer/songwriter, and played world-famous and iconic venues, including the late CBGBs in New York City and the Bluebird in Nashville. You can find her on iTunes, and one of her students, Paul Thomas Mitchell (a.k.a. Tommy Mitchell) was on the hit television show, America's Got Talent.
When my granddaughters were young, Missy worked tirelessly to create lesson plans for my granddaughters in order to keep them interested in music. For example, if my younger granddaughter (3rd grade at the time) was unmotivated to practice in her workbooks at home, Missy would spend part of a lesson just talking with my granddaughter about what music she was currently enjoying. Then Missy would incorporate that music into her lesson plan. As a result, my granddaughter became once again motivated to practice. Missy makes lessons fun while still teaching technique.
I never imagined all that my granddaughters would learn and enjoy while studying under Missy. And Missy's work with her students does not end in her music studio. My granddaughters participated in summer band camps and performed at small local venues, all organized by Missy.
Although my granddaughters no longer take lessons from Missy, because they live out of town and are in college, we all consider her a dear friend. She genuinely cares about her students and keeps in touch long after lessons end."
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