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Teaches students 5 and up
Bachelors Degree from St. Louis University
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Customized to each student. If the student has not previously taken lessons I use Piano Adventures as the basic course guide. I have found it the most productive and enjoyable for my students. I uses a minimum of the Lesson and Theory book for my younger students with either the basic course or Accelerated course depending on their age and maturity. Adults begin with the All In one adult book. I add the other books that accompany each level based on the particular students needs and interests. I believe that a good grounding in Theory is essential as a student who becomes proficient in sight reading, no matter how well he/she plays by ear, will find that the doors for lifetime musical fulfillment with be much wider. However, with a student who has already had some lessons I will be happy to continue with any method that the student is currently using.
I also believe in supplementing the Piano course with the student's favorite ...
About Me: I am an experienced classically trained Pianist who has been playing since the 3rd grade. I enjoy all styles of music and love sharing that enjoyment with my students. I have certification from the State of Missouri that I am proficient in educating beginning Piano students and have conti
Music Performance from The University of Arizona
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Teaches students 10 and up
Hi! My name is Dylan and I'm excited to be teaching in the Phoenix area. I moved here with my wife from Tucson to pursue a Master's degree, with the goal of eventually earning a DMA in Music Performance and earning a position as a Professor.
I have been teaching for about 7 years, students ranging from elementary to college level. I enjoy teaching because it's a fulfilling job. If my student has left without learning, improving, or feeling challenged, then I haven't done my job well enough.
As my student, I will do my best to ensure that we cover every aspect of trombone playing - technique, fundamentals, musicality, and everything in between. I will cater lessons to your learning style and your desired goals. Lessons are a very important investment, and I make sure that I leave my students feeling accomplished, challenged, and excited about playing.
I began my Recording Engineer "career" about a year ago, as a project and a service to my peers. I ...
Trombonist Dylan played his first notes in the state of Texas, and music has allowed him to perform in other cities, states, and even on an international tour of China. A student at the University of Arizona, Carpenter has performed with the University’s Arizona Symphony in multiple sold-out operas
Teaching since 2007
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate
Bachelor's of Science in Business Management (Marketing Emphasis) from University of Missouri St Louis
I teach basics of bass guitar based on rudiments, root notes, and pattern recognition. We will explore key signatures and root note identification, as well as basic mechanics, tone control, and rhythm. I teach bass in the genres of blues, rock, and classic rock.
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
Speaks English, Spanish, Portuguese, Chinese
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate
Music Education from University of Miami
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I am currently a music student at the University of Miami studying to be a music teacher! I love to teach and I see teaching as a collaborative effort. We can all learn from each other. I value each students's individuality and differences and appreciate their uniqueness. Lessons will be tailored to the student depending on their skills and strengths so all learners will be successful!
Every student is capable of greatness and I am so excited to help each singer gain the confidence and knowledge they need to be the best version of themselves.
I have been studying music for 9 years! It is my passion and expertise. I have studied many pedagogical approaches to teaching and learning music at my university and have student taught in classrooms.
Let's get in touch, be the best version of you, that you can be! Let's improve those skills!
Singing can be a very fun but very intimidating thing to do. But it is so worth it! My teaching philosophy encompasses many ideals and values but the most important thing to me is that my student has fun doing what they love. Lessons should be exciting! I am disciplined and have high expectations f
Music Business from Southern Oregon University
Teaching since 2013
Teaches students 5 and up
I hold a Bachelors degree in Music Business with a focus on percussion. I’ve studied with multiple percussionists and have developed a unique style of teaching that involves giving the student the tools needed to progress on their own when practicing independently.
No drums? No problem! We can get you started with a pair of sticks and a practice pad. My name is Trevor and I’m excited to help you learn to play drums and percussion. I have over a decade of experience teaching and playing percussion. I hold a Masters in Music Business with a focus on percussi
Certified Data Procesing from Certified Career Institute
Teaches students 12 and up
Teaching since 2013
Learning to use your natural singing voice better and to its best potential. Using breathing, phrasing, vowel placement/enunciation, vocal range and rhythm techniques.
Versatile singer and voice artist. Studied Broadway, Opera and Pop for 6 years. Sang with entertainment groups in Utah, and was a previous member of Salt Lake City's Mountain Jubilee Chorus. Is also a voice actor, and has voiced various commercial work for radio and television, all types of narrati
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