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Speaks Spanish, Italian, English
Teaches students 5 and up
BA Liberal Arts with secondary emphasis on Theater and Musical Performance Teaching Credential from University of San Diego BA Chapman University Teaching Credential
Training from the physical processes of breathing to projecting. Practicing in preparation through effective delivery. Audience awareness and engagement techniques. How to be authentic and be trusted.
Music lessons should be fun and focus on what you want! I am willing to travel to you or welcome you to my studios: Reseda pr Canoga Park. I travel to homes San Diego and Los Angeles Counties. What is your goal? School or Church choir? Musical programs?Learn to Cantor or lead songs at Church/S
Speaks Hungarian, English
Teaches students 14 and up
Mathematics and Physics from University of Szeged, Hungary
I will help you to improve your understanding as well as your grade. I am patient and I will answer all of your questions. I am a retired college professor, so I have 20+ years of experience to work with students of all ages and backgrounds.
I am a retired college professor - and a teacher for the Hungarian language. My native language is Hungarian. I have been in the US since 1996, and soon after that, I created a website about the Hungarian language. As people found me online, I created more and more lessons, grammar tables, reference
Teaching since 2014
Teaches students 5 and up
-Berklee College of Music Almuna
-Interlochen Arts Academy Graduate
Singing is a very personal and transparent art form. Performing takes skill. It takes practice, commitment and fearlessness. I believe anyone can learn to sing with applying learned skills in these ways. It all comes dependent on the artist and time, but I believe in you and it can be done.
It is very important to feel comfortable when learning something new so that you are not afraid to fail. Getting over the fear of failing is the initial part that will free you to experiment with your voice and really grow. You will find a safe space here to do that.
In our lessons we will work on vocal agility, range, improvisation, healthy singing and healthy projection, diction, harmony, different genres and music theory.
I am so excited to get to know you and your voice and how much you will grow!
Leah, a teacher, singer/songwriter, musician, entertainer and Berklee College of Music graduate. 30 minute online lessons are accepted. If interested please call Takelessons and inquire about that. She loves teaching and loves her students. Her main joy in teaching is watching her students grasp
Awarded Tutor of the month from school
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Gun K.Book Now
Hi there, my name is gun. I'm a person who wants to have fun and enjoy what I am doing. So my class will be the same. When you're having a hard time doing something, it's easy to give it up. it won't happen to my class! I can't wait to see you!
Do have hard time remember korean? Don't worry when you repeat something more than 30 times, you will never forget it. The class won't be fun if I just repeat a word 30 times, right? you probably can memorize them all before then. But I'll help you to repeat the words, and you don't have to consid
Teaches students 14 and up
Teaching since 2019
Melvin R.Book Now
I am a banjoist from Texas with over 4 years of playing experience from self-teaching myself how to play the instrument through various books and contemporary methods. My style is 3-finger picking "Scruggs-style" Bluegrass but is also open for all genres including country and rock. I am excited to join this team in order to utilize my experience of 2 years in teaching in order to provide specialized lessons in beginner/intermediate levels and guaranteeing the utmost success for all of my students who choose to enroll and learn at a rate that they have never thought was possible through my unique self-teaching regimen that has allowed me to learn music independently for many years.
By enrolling, you will expect to receive whatever help and assistance you need in order to become a skilled banjoist. Such examples, but not limited to, include tab reading, music theory, tuning, sight reading, technique. Thank you for your time in reading!
I will keep this short and sweet and just give a brief description of my background :) I am a multi-instrumentalist and music producer with decades of experience in playing the violin. Some other instruments that I have self-taught include the banjo, guitar, piano, and trumpet. Alongside with being
Teaching since 2012
Teaches students 5 to 60
It is my foremost belief as a teacher that my students are truly capable of anything they set their mind to. I teach with positive reinforcement and never judgement to create a warm and comfortable environment that fosters and nurtures potential! I see teaching as more than teaching a person to learn the cello, but as an opportunity to accompany students on their journey towards embracing who they are, creating meaningful art, and connecting to the world through music.
No matter the age or prior experience of the student, you can expect a heavy focus on establishing a firm foundation of cello technique. Without this foundation, the student can only progress so much. With the foundation set and solid, the possibilities are endless! I teach tension-free cello playing. There should never be pain or discomfort anywhere in the body which is why I have such a large focus on establishing proper technique.
Ultimately, it takes courage to put effort towards learning an instrument and I ...
I have been teaching and performing cello for the last 10 years. I graduated from Northern Arizona University in Flagstaff, AZ back in 2012 and loved the town so much that I decided to stick around! I am a member of the Flagstaff Symphony Orchestra, a professional Suzuki method teacher, and a string
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