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About Kate P.

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About Kate
Growing up, I participated in every musical activity I could find: from choir to handbells, concert bands to jazz bands, and marching bands to rock bands. I love many genres of music, but I decided to focus on classical clarinet performance in college. I graduated from the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign in 2007 with a B.M. in Clarinet Performance. I also continued studying bass guitar and piano at UIUC.

While still in high school, I began teaching private clarinet lessons to younger students. Teaching helped me become a better player and leader. In college, I ran woodwind sectionals at an Urbana middle school. In 2007, I started teaching general music, piano, and violin in Chicago Public Schools.

I appreciate the freedom private lessons offer me to tailor each lesson to the individual student. There are many ways of learn
ing, and at least as many ways of teaching. My goal as a teacher is to pass on lessons of patience, creativity, appreciation, confidence and dedication to my students. I hope my students will apply these lessons to their musical studies and throughout all areas of their lives.

Music has been an incredibly powerful force in my life, and it is my passion to share that power through instruction and performance.

***Lesson Details ***

I want my students to leave their lessons with skills and confidence that will help them in all areas of life. It is important to me that I give my students the ability to keep learning outside of our lessons. I believe that music is an art form that can be enjoyed by all!

Working with beginners is my specialty. I understand that each student learns differently, and finding the right method for my students is very important to me. The fundamentals learned in the first year of piano benefit any new musician, and can be applied to other instrumental studies.

Piano and clarinet lessons begin with an assessment of ability and setting of goals. I like to use the Faber and Faber piano series with most of my piano students. All lessons are a combination of theory, instrumental/performance technique, and ear training.
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Marilyn M. February 22, 2015
· Piano · In home
Kate is such a great instructor. She has always been super sweet and patient with my daughter. She is very reliable and accommodating to our schedule. My daughter has learned so much from Kate.
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angela J. November 27, 2013
· Piano ·
Amazing experience

I have always wanted to learn how to play the piano and rad music. Kate is a lovely teacher. She is patient, knowledgeable and a great teacher. Each lesson is challenging but very rewarding. I am so pleased with how much I have learned in such a short time. She is such a joy!
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Marilyn M. October 30, 2013
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Katie has been great. She has been teaching my daughter for several months.
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Kate P.

Kate P.

Chicago, IL 60628
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About Kacey K.

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Chicago, IL

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With my Bachelor's from San Diego State University, I came to Chicago to pursue my Master's at The Chicago College of Performing Arts at Roosevelt University. I have over 10 years of performing experience, including soloist with the San Diego City Ballet's Orchestra, and singing in the San Diego Opera Chorus. I also have over 6 years of teaching experience in both singing and beginning piano. I have also worked in the educational world with children ages 4-17, and believe music can be learned at any age.

Lessons are fun and creative, and will include activities to help understand concepts or games to get warmed up. You leave each lesson with a practice log for the week, and clear expectations of what you should be practicing.

So if you want to learn to be a musician and you want to enjoy the learning process, I'm the girl for you!


*** Lesson Details ***
Voice lessons begin with a variety of warm ups to gently awaken the muscles of the vocal tract, and apply healthy vocal technique. This all comes together when we work on a variety of repertoire.

Piano lessons include technique, learning to understand the keyboard and how to read music and apply that to playing the piano, and of course all tied into playing repertoire.

All lessons will discuss basic music theory and reading music, as well as a working knowledge of the piano as to assist in at home practice.

*** Studio Equipment ***
At my apartment I have an 88 key weighted digital piano that I use for both lessons. We will discuss the need to purchase music books, which is a case by case basis.

*** Travel Equipment ***
I do not have a traveling keyboard, but bring music sheets and lesson logs with me.

*** Specialties ***
I specialize in teaching beginning piano, and beginning and intermediate voice. My piano training is rooted in the Suzuki method, and my voice training is classical.
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Kacey K.

Kacey K.

Chicago, IL 60613
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$30 / 30-min

About Steven B.

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Elk Grove Village, IL
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I have been studying and performing music for 20+ years. After majoring in music at College of Dupage in Glen Ellyn IL, I went to step up my level of study at the Percussion Institute of Technology (P.I.T.) at Musician's Institute in Hollywood, CA in 2001 attaining a Performance Certificate from my time studying there.

Moving back to Chicago after L.A. in 2002 proved to be the right move as this is when I began my teaching career. With 13+ years of private and group music instruction experience, I have worked with Hix Brothers Music, Naperville Music, Roselle Music, Streamwood Park District, Roselle Park District, Schaumburg Park District, After School Enrichment Solution's Guitar Stars, Band For Today, Guitar Fundamentals, Chicago Guitar Instruction, Schaumburg Music Academy, Music Makers of Western Springs, Clarendon Hills Music Ac
ademy, and also maintain a private clientele. Well into a thousand lessons taught, students have stayed with me for up to 7 years. You, the student, will gain all the experience I have gained from my 20 years of study, performance, and instruction.

Performing with various bands in the 2000's, I pinpointed my style and mastered my technique that gave me many performance opportunities regionally and nationally, noting most current act U2 tribute Vertigo USA.

I am co-founder of the music licensing production company Blue Shade Music, co-writing with astute musicians in the Chicago area for music libraries in Florida and California currently.

With national and international touring experience, I was featured in an exclusive interview for Online Drummer in August of 2011 sharing my knowledge and experience of music and drums.

Thank you for reading, and I hope to have a fun and educational time with you!

*** Lesson Details ***
Practicing everyday with an occasional day off is very important in the student's progress. I always say 10 minutes is better than 0 minutes.

For DRUM lessons, the student can expect to learn:
*to read music notation and music charts
*to read drum notation
*songs by real bands
*timekeeping via a metronome
*hand technique and foot technique
*rudiments
*all styles of music
*double bass
*drum grooves and drum fills
*marching band/concert band material (if involved in school)

For PIANO lessons, the student can expect to learn:
*to read music notation
*to read music charts/lead sheets
*music theory
*intervals
*chords and inversions
*chord progressions
*scales
*fingering
*styles of blues, jazz, pop, rock, and traditional
*songs you wish to learn

For GUITAR + BASS lessons, the student can expect to learn:
*to learn to read music notation
*to learn to read a music chart
*music theory
*scales
*chords
*chord progressions
*fingering
*styles of pop, rock, and blues
*songs you wish to learn

*** Travel Equipment ***
I provide no equipment. The student must have an acoustic or electric drum set, a practice pad, a music stand, a metronome, sticks, curriculum book(s), headphones, an acoustic or electric guitar, and an acoustic or electric piano.

*** Specialties ***
Rock, Funk, Blues, RnB, Soul, Country, Jazz, Latin, Pop, Metal

**Travel available for in home lessons up to 15 miles pending location, scheduling, and availability. 2 weeks or more notice is required for discontinuation of lessons.**
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Melanee J. October 9, 2016
· Guitar · In home
I'm a true challenge since I am very green with little music capability. Great introduction with plenty to work on.
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Dui S. December 7, 2015
· Guitar · In home
My son is enjoying playing the guitar cause of Steve. He is a great instructor. I would recommend him to anyone.
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Meg D. April 15, 2015
· Guitar · In home
Steven is a great teacher! He's flexible, and works well with all ages! He's teaching my 3 kids, drums, guitar and bass. He's very receptive and adjusts his lessons according to what my kids are interested in. For example one of my kids was learning notes, but then the other wanted to learn a specific song and he easily adjusted to focus on what each of them wanted to do to. My kids love him!
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Steven B.

Steven B.

Elk Grove Village, IL 60007
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About Fernando L.

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Chicago, IL

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Hi there! My name is Fernando L. and I am looking forward to working with you. I have helped many students throughout my four years of private teaching. I am currently working with "Mariachi Oro y Plata", and had the honor to also work with Chicago Youth Symphony Orchestra. I look forward to working with you and achieving your goals soon.

*Travel Equipment*
My violin, tuner, stand, metronome, and books. I expect the student to have his/her very own violin and stand.

*My Specialties*
Private or group lessons for all ages, competition/ audition preparation as well.

What to expect?
Expect to have fun and a learning experience. If you are determined, passionate and/or dedicated, what are you waiting for?
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Carlos S. June 12, 2017
· Violin · In studio
Very professional and patient with student. Can't wait to keep working with him.
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Fernando L.

Fernando L.

Chicago, IL 60629
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$27 / 30-min

About Zach P.

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Chicago, IL
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Zach is a recent graduate of Northwestern University in Evanston, Illinois, where he studied Jazz Guitar Performance and Composition. Over the past few years, he has performed extensively as a multi-instrumentalist, both in the Chicagoland area and on the east coast. Zach composes and performs for many musical genres ranging from jazz (big band arrangements for college and high school ensembles) to rock, pop, R&B, folk, and musical theater, allowing his knowledge of theory and tradition in one genre to reinforce his ideas in another in constructive ways. He is also an amateur producer with experience in DAWs such as Ableton Live. Zach has taken on many private students, typically but not always younger. His educational framework begins with establishing a certain comfort level with one’s instrument, and evolves into a deep study of the mu
sical traditions surrounding the student’s area of interest, enabling the student to fully blossom as an artistic thinker.
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Zach P.

Zach P.

Chicago, IL 60657
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$20 / 30-min
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About Josh G.

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Chicago, IL
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Ever wanted to be the next Dr. Dre?? How about the next Harry Fraud. Metro Boomin, or Sonny Digital???

I have studied Audio Engineering with Audio Masterclass and at the School of Audio Engineering for the past 4 years.

I am extremely confident in my producer and engineer curriculum. I will bring my equipment to you, or you can come to my basement studio.

Check out my work at Soundcloud: YSHWH

I am a dynamic and patient teacher. I am a graduate of the Amherst College, History department. I started playing violin when I was six. At twelve, I switched to viola and have been playing both ever since! I studied under Lucinda Ali at the Hyde Park Suzuki Institute, where I gained an immense amount of experience in classical performance and understanding of the Suzuki Method. I studied viola for years under Robert Fisher of the Chic
ago Symphonietta. I also studied under Marko Dreher and Roland Vamos at the Music Institute of Chicago.

I can teach Suzuki method and traditional methods. I am developing a curriculum that implements contemporary music.

I work with student to identify strengths and areas of focus so that each lesson something is new, exciting and useful. I am still very connected to my old teachers and have a great body of resources to expose students to for performance experience, sheet music and new teachers should we discontinue.

I love viola and teaching it to new enthusiastic students (or even the ones forced to play!) and would be glad to be your next teacher.

NOTE:
While I do teach Ableton, my area of expertise is Native Instruments' Maschine. So if you are a new to Maschine and Hip Hop, Dance, House, or ChillWave beat production, I am available to teach in both Maschine and Ableton!
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Josh G.

Josh G.

Chicago, IL 60626
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$30 / 30-min

About Jeff J.

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Glenview, IL

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My Lessons are customized in a number of ways to create the ideal experience for each student and family.

• Curriculum adheres to student and parent generated long-term goals
• Musical arrangements and accompaniments are created to accommodate individual interests
• Students can learn a variety of skills such as improvisation, effective practice habits, music composition, and many others
• Students have the option to explore multiple instruments.
• Instruction accommodates different learning styles and strengths.

Much of today’s music is created or altered through digital means. For this reason students of all ages should consider exploring different ways to interact with digital music in their lessons such as:

• layering multiple audio tracks,
• creating digital accompaniments to play along to
• looping, editing, and
adding effects to recorded audio

These aspects of a lesson not only better prepare students for the likely future of music but it also makes lessons more exciting, creative, and fun!
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Michael July 3, 2017
· Arrangement and Composition · In studio
I worked with Jeff at a Chicago high school where his dedication and passion for music was witnessed by many people!

He is down-to-earth, easy to talk to and very friendly!
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Ana June 1, 2017
· Clarinet · In home
Jeff Johnson is a phenomenal instructor. He is patient, enjoyable, and informative. Jeff has a brilliant sense of teaching technique and theory. I look forward to each lesson, and continuing to build and improve every time. He is very supportive and motivates me to do my absolute best!
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Julie May 31, 2017
· Saxophone · In studio
Jeff Johnson is a wonderful private lesson teacher! He is an outstanding musician and is very knowledgeable about the saxophone, literature, and what it takes to help students improve. I highly recommend him as a private instructor.
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Jeff J.

Jeff J.

Glenview, IL 60025
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$30 / 30-min

About James S.

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Oak Park, IL
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I received my Music Education degree from Ball State University in 1991. I was a high school/middle school band director for 6 years before leaving it to pursue other paths. I started playing trombone when I was 10, and have loved playing ever since.

I love teaching and enjoy helping students find their path to reach their goals.
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James S.

James S.

Oak Park, IL 60302
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$30 / 30-min

About bob B.

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Chicago, IL
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I can teach students to read music and pursue excellence, to learn how to play contemporary music using chord sheets, or both depending on the goals and preference of the student while stressing the importance of training the ear, which is where the confidence lies .Using methods that enables musicians to play what they actually conceive rather than bore their listeners with licks and "notes that work. "I'm not gigging currently, but being versatile , experienced and having formal training helps to make a learning experience easy, stress free and fun,and, that is especially what beginning and aspiring students need.
Some of the musical styles I regularly teach: Rock, Hard Rock, Blues, Jazz, Funk, Soul, R&B, Classical.
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bob B.

bob B.

Chicago, IL 60609
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$34 / 30-min

About Jen J.

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I graduated from Illinois State University with a Bachelors of Music Education. I have studied the flute for fourteen years and have taught private lessons for more than ten years. In high school and college I was exposed to a wide variety of genres, having performed in pit orchestras, competitive marching band, concert bands, honor bands, all-district bands, summer camps, Central Illinois Youth Symphony, full orchestra, pep band, solo competitions, and more. Among auditioned groups, I consistently achieved principal placements. I have taken and taught private lessons and have an extensive volunteer history with my hometown junior high school band, in addition to the hundreds of hours of clinical hours completed as a part of my coursework. I also have lots of experience as a marching band technician, as I have worked plenty of summer band
camps and fall rehearsals over the years. I annually attend workshops and conferences, such as the Illinois Music Educator's Conference, Band's of America's Summer Symposium, Band's of America's Future Music Educators Events, Midwest International Band and Orchestra Conference, Bands of America Regional and Grand National Championships, and Drum Corps International World Championship Finals. I work with flute students in a wide age range and assorted skill levels with a variety of musical goals.
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Jen J.

Jen J.

Aurora, IL 60502
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$42 / 30-min

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