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Speaks English, Russian
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Teaching since 2008
First, I will determine your level and purpose of classes. In the first lesson for beginners, I usually give basic information about the guitar (for example, the history of the guitar, the structure of the guitar, the correct fit when playing the guitar, tuning the guitar)
Hello there! My name is Dmitry C. I graduated from music school, college, and university of music. I have a lot of experience playing in different teams, I compose music. I can play classical guitar, acoustic guitar, and electric guitar. I have two contracts with music companies, I collaborate
BS - Children's Ministries from Baptist Bible College
Teaching since 2018
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Adult learners are my specialty! Being an adult learner myself, I bring a unique approach to learning the violin as an adult. With or without a foundation in music theory, I can teach you to play!
I was classically trained as an adult by a violinist in my city's symphony. My forever love of music collided with my desire to learn something new and prove to myself I can do hard things when I was 26. I had no music theory knowledge prior to starting lessons. With enough determination and prac
Teaching since 2012
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate
Piano is an amazing instrument and has so much power. Have you wanted to learn your favorite songs? The piano is an easy instrument to start learning those and the way I focus on learning music is by focusing on the songs you like to play and listen to.
We focus on ear training, theory, proper practice techniques. We will learn excersizes to help us play with both hands better.
I also am a Jazz musician, so we can talk about imrovisation and comping as well
I am a professional Saxophone, Clarinet, and Flute player. I have been composing my own music for video games and short films, and working as a mixing engineer for a couple years now, just really exploring many different aspects of music. I have a degree from Utah Valley University in Commercial Mu
Mary Frances K.
Speaks Italian for Singing, English, German for Singing, Hebrew for singing (Transliteration), Latin for singing, French for singing
Awarded Meistersinger Competiton from American Instute of Musical Studies in Graz, Austria
BS in Voice with outside field in Theatre and Drama from Indiana University School of Music Bloomington, Indiana
Mary Frances K.
I've been a piano teacher for over 10 years. I teach music reading, basic music theory, correct posture and finger positions, fingering techniques and musical interpretation and expression. I use Alfred method books primarily with some augmentation with supplemental materials. I teach with a relaxed and nurturing style. I like to use Alfred method books however, I will accommodate students who have already begun working in another method. I supplement the method books with Hanon and other fun and interesting materials.
About Mary Frances
TEACHING OVERVIEW: Mary Frances has been teaching voice since 1987. She works with youth and adults, beginner and advanced. She helps voice students develop a natural, healthy, beautiful sound, proper placement and projection of the voice for singing and speaking. Her goal is to help singers ga
Speaks English, Bulgarian
Batchelor degree from State academy of music Sofia Bulgaria
Teaches students 7 to 70
Currently Principal oboe of The Miami Symphony Orchestra
I have performed with several orchestras in Europe and United States.
Florida Lake Symphony , American Ballet Theater, Munich Philharmoniker Germany , Chelsea Opera , NY , Reading Symphony Orchetsra PA .
Joseph Robinson- Former Principal oboe of New York Philharmonic
Paolo Grazia Principal oboe Teatro Comunale di Bologna
My teaching method is based on the individual needs of each student which allows me to create optimal learning environment. I believe that learning musical instrument helps in many other areas and its a great addition to students development Please message me for schedule and availability
Master of Music in Instrumental Pedagogy, Bassoon from Belmont University
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate
Awarded Army Achievement Medal from U.S. Army
Lee is an experienced teacher for ukulele, acoustic guitar, bass guitar, and songwriting. Lee has been playing guitar since age 14, and specializes in making complex musical concepts simple and easy to understand.
Can you pick up a uke and play "Happy Birthday" in a key suited to your voice? She can show you how.
Want to move beyond C, F and G7 chords? Lee can show you easy ways to learn as many chords as you like.
• Award-winning performing singer-songwriter
• Bachelor of Music Education from Loyola University, New Orleans
• Master of Music from Belmont University, Nashville
• Guitar Instructor for community college, high school and middle school
• "Acoustic Intensive" instructor in acoustic guitar, music theory and songwriting for the National Guitar Workshop in New Orleans, Austin, Chicago, and Nashville
Minimum ages: 8 for ukulele 10 for guitar/bass guitar 12 for bassoon Lee Q. has a master's degree and comprehensive experience in music instruction and performance, including orchestra, concert band, folk/bluegrass orchestra, chamber ensembles, folk/rock/blues and pep bands, and musical t
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I have learned so much in the little time I've been taking lessons with David.
Not only is he extremely talented, but he's also very patient when it comes to teaching (which is necessary when I don't grasp the techniques right away).
I started off as a beginner, knowing nothing about how to play the guitar, and am now recognizing notes and memorizing and playing full songs.
He is very flexible with hours, and genuinely has a passion for Flamenco music!
Two thumbs up!!"
Aaron is a great teacher - and I'm sure it doesn't matter what instrument he is teaching. For me, it's the banjo. He makes in fun, tailors his teaching to what you want to learn and what type of music you like, is very patient (I'm an absolute beginner), and reliable.
He's helped me get some important basics down that I never could have just scrolling through YouTube for instructional videos. I would recommend Aaron to any parents or students any age out there. You'll be happy you went with him."
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