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BM Jazz Studies/Saxophone Performance from Western Michigan University
Teaches students 12 and up
Awarded Outstanding Performance from Detroit Jazz Festival, 2008
Saxophone is my life! I have played saxophone for 20 years and nothing makes me happier than sharing my knowledge with others. I have a BM Jazz Studies/Saxophone Performance from Western Michigan University.
While my passion is jazz, I also have plenty of classical experience. I love teaching saxophone!!
When I was 12 or 13 I heard John Coltrane's masterpiece album 'Giant Steps' for the first time. From then on I was absolutely magnetized to the saxophone and devoted my life to studying the great art form of jazz. I have come to believe that the only thing better than playing music is sharing music
Teaching since 2012
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Hi! My name is Michael D. and I have been teaching voice lessons and singing professionally for about 7 years now. I use a wholistic method (using breath techniques and the natural speaking voice) to liberate students' unique and special vocal qualities, and have learned how to train singers to sing in any genre, from classical and opera to broadway, pop and jazz. Send me a message and let's talk!!
I am a professional singer, pianist and voice teacher based in northern Illinois. I attended the Indiana University Jacobs School of Music where I earned a bachelor's degree in music education as well as bachelor's and master's degrees in vocal performance. Since graduating from IU, I have sung
Teaches students 7 and up
B.A. Music Composition from Columbia College Chicago
Teaching since 2014
I have been playing guitar for 21 years. I make lesson plans based on each individual, so I don't teach every one the same boring songs or use the same regiment with everyone. I want to teach you what YOU want to learn.
I'm a self taught guitarist who has been playing for 20 years. I have played professionally in numerous bands and ensembles ranging from jazz to folk to rock, and I've been writing music for the same length of time. I currently perform with one of my students from TakeLessons named Mackenzie O'Brie
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate
Master of Music in Composition from University of Missouri-Kansas City
Teaching since 1992
Paula C.Book Now
We can keep it light and fun, or go as deep into musicianship as you want. You'll learn lots of chords, challenging strum rhythms, and even finger-picking if you want. I want all my students to feel good about what they're learning and playing.
I am a warm, patient teacher and an excellent musician. I love to see students learn and succeed, and I love to answer outside-the-box questions about music. Whatever you love about music, I can help you master it!
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Teaching since 2010
Teaches students 5 and up
Rebecca M.Book Now
For beginners, I offer Suzuki method lessons, or a combination of the Suzuki method and other beginning songs/books depending on interest.
For intermediate lessons, I can continue Suzuki lessons, or teach other classical, jazz, popular, etc. music, as well as learning to sing while playing the harp, worship team, bands, and electric harp techniques.
Rebecca Moritzky has played harp for 22 years. She performs regularly across the Denver Metro and Colorado Front Range area. She obtained her Harp Performance degree from the Lamont School of Music, University of Denver, and recently a second degree in Worship Arts from Colorado Christian Universi
Speaks Chinese, English
Teaches students 10 to 60
BM Double Bass Performance from Manhattan School of Music
I teach Classical Double Bass from beginner to intermediate level. I can teach the student from the most fundamental skills to hard solo pieces depends on the level of student. I also feel the music history and theory is also important therefor some elements will include in the lesson.
I am graduating from Manhattan School of Music this year with Double Bass performance degree. I have played with NYYS, and performed in Carnegie Hall for 4 consecutive years. Recently served as guest principle for New York Symphonic Arts Ensemble, and International Chamber Orchestra of America.
I have been studied with great teachers include Linda McKnight, Marji Danilow, Jeremy McCoy. I recently finished my Master of Music degree in New England Conservatory under the guidance of Don Palma, and I will be continuing my study at Boston University with Edwin Barker, the principal bassist of
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My first lesson with Jimmy was an eye opener as I had to re-learn my technique and eliminate the bad habits I copied from the internet. I have completed a number of lessons now and found Jimmy's method has given me everything I was looking for - a solid approach providing music theory and practice routines. My playing has improved dramatically. I am confident Jimmy can help me achieve my music goals."
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