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Speaks Italian, Czech, German, French
Teaching since 2000
Doctorate of Sacred Music from Oxford University
I specializing in teaching proper techniques, creating a safe space for unique and creative expression in a way customized to you. I used different schools of pedagogy so that your individual needs are met with directly.
i hold a doctoral degree in music and am also a certified sound healer. (not a lot of us) I love teaching classical music of all eras and languages. The main ones of course: Fr. Gr. It and I love delving and exploring Slavic or other not so performed languages.
I just love watching as you emerge and find your true voice and self.
(With regards to the ages taught, it is more a matter of experience so much as chronological age.) I'm glad you've decided to take voice lessons. It's a decision impossible to regret. You find your Self and learn to sing fully at the same time! And a whole lot more. When I'm not voice teachi
Teaching since 2013
Degree & Certification Associates of Arts in Recording Technology from Southwestern Illinois College
Teaches students 3 and up
Do you have a passion for singing? Singing lessons are all specially customized to suit the needs of the student. I posses five years of vocal teaching from ages five to fifty and over twenty years being a singer myself. Lessons would comprise of learning music theory, ear training, sight singing, and more. You will be singing your favorite radio hits in no time.
Hello, my name is Kwame. I have been a musician for over twenty years. I started out in music when I was in grade school and have continued my musical journey throughout my adulthood. I have five years of experience teaching a wide range of age groups. Adjacent to being a musician, I am also a sin
Teaches students 5 and up
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Bachelor's of Science in Business Management (Marketing Emphasis) from University of Missouri St Louis
Music theory is a fancy term for "how to think about music". If you wish to learn how and why certain music sounds like it does or makes you feel the way it does, we can explore these theories and concepts to develop different strategies to help you reach the next level of artistic expression.
Music is my life. Since the age of 16, I have studied the guitar extensively. During my high-school years I was involved in band, marching band, choir, and independent music theory. I started my first band when I was 19 in the U.S. Army, and my life has never been the same since. I played music
Teaching since 2004
Associates of Science in Recording Arts from Full Sail
Classically trained pianist. I've been playing for over 20 years. I've mostly studied Classical but very familiar with the Pop format.
Overview for beginners and new students will include:
1. learning all notes on the piano
2. Hand Placement and Shapes
3. Basic Major and Minor Scales/Chords
4. Right and Left hand Exercises
5. Learn how to read sheet music
6. introduction to music theory
7. Learn some fun piano tunes
Overview for Intermediate students will include:
1. Technique review
2. All Major and Minor Scales
3. Intermediate finger exercises
4. Song Study
5. Sight Reading
6. Song Arrangement/Structure and how to follow patterns
7. Basic Ear Training
8. Original Composition and Songwriting
For Advanced Students:
1. Everything in Intermediate but with more intense strict enforcement.
2. Continued Music Theory and Concepts
3. Connecting with the music (Playing With Emotion and the right Intention)
Things really started picking up for C Minor when he collaborated with the Korean band “Got7” and co-produced/wrote their single “Just Right.” It hit #3 on the Billboard Charts and became the #3 KPop song of 2015. In addition, he co-produced the single “Playtime” for Justin Bieber, co-wrote Dj Part
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate
Bachelor of Science in music vocal pedagogy and performance from Point University
Teaching since 2002
I will teach you basic theory from knowing how to read music to finding keys that work best for you.
Hello, I am Ashley! I have been teaching music for about 20 years. I have been singing since I was a little girl in my father's church. Yes, I started out in the church and still sing in church. I received by Music degree with a concentration in Vocal Pedagogy and Performance in 2012 at Point U
A - Always patient and kind
S - Sensitive to my needs as a student
H - Helpful in even the smallest ways
L - Listens intently to gauge my range
E - Eager to bring out the best in me
Y - Yearning to hear me do a solo- even more than me!
Thanks for the gift of belief in me that encourages and keep me going!!!
I was looking for vocal lessons for my daughter (middle school). Ashley is wonderful! She works very well with my daughter and makes her feel comfortable. She is very patient and has brought things out in my daughter I didn't know she had in her! She is now a lot more confident in her singing abilities and I see her using the techniques that Ashley has taught on her own now. Ashley also encourages my child to be well-rounded as far as music is concerned by challenging her to learn different music genres. As a singer myself, it is very rewarding to see my child grow like she has. Awesome voice teacher!
I a so glad I found Ashley!!!
She is very knowledgeable and even though I am challenged in many areas with my voice, she is patient and very kind.
She is a professional takes the time to explain different techniques of singing. Thanks a million Ashley! I'm keeping you forever.
Teaching since 2011
Teaches students 6 and up
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Singing can be healthy, exciting, effortless-feeling, and cathartic all at the same time. Our one-on-one lessons link student goals with positive outcomes by developing understanding of healthy vocal habits, production, and presentation of repertoire that fits and flatters the voice. Areas of study include classical, music theatre, folk, and rock/pop.
All students will have the opportunity to perform on studio recitals.
Adrianne is a professional singer, voice teacher, and piano teacher. In 2011 she began teaching private voice lessons, and has had over 50 students in this time. Students’ accomplishments include winning first place at the National Association of Teachers of Singing High School Musical Theatre Comp
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