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Zero travel time is great for a busy schedule.
Typically priced lower than local lessons.
Online students stick with lessons as long as local students.
From a logistics perspective, I can't say enough. Jeremie is reliable and communicates promptly and effectively. He works with us in scheduling conflicts and is as flexible as he can be.
I highly recommend Jeremie for lessons for you or your child."
I was amazed at the quality of my long distance lessons on Skype.. I have only had two lessons so far, but feel like I h
Steven is a great teacher. He is very patient and knowledgable. He has a good techniques in Drum and also encourage me to keep learning
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She teaches students of all ages and musical backgrounds and has a Masters degree in music from the University of California and a Doctorate of Music from the Queensland Conservatorium. Jessica teaches in a range of styles; from opera and theatre, to jazz and singer-song writing. She is passionate about voice and helps her students to master their voices through a foundation in a body-oriented vocal technique. She encourages students to become knowledgeable about the music they perform and to develop the skills
When not teaching, Jessica is a professional vocal soloist who performs with ensembles around the world, especially in her native Australia where she has been a soloist with many of their orchestras and opera companies. She is also a recording artist on labels including Chandos, Ars Publica and Hospital Hill. As a performer, she specializes in adventurous repertoire; singing opera, chamber music, experimental, conventional and contemporary-classical music. Her love of experimentation influences her teaching. She takes an exploratory approach to finding the best ways to help each individual student improve.
*** Lesson Details ***
A first lesson will always begin with getting to know each other. It is important to me that we figure out why a student has come to have lessons and to decide on the best path forward to help them reach their goals. Lessons will include a mix of technical work (to improve vocal tone quality, range, flexibility and ease) and working on repertoire. Students can bring in songs they want to learn and we work on them together. Alternately, I might suggest appropriate pieces to complement other things we are working on (for example, if we are working on improving some aspect of a students listening skills, I might suggest a piece that helps to cement that learning, or if we are trying to improve a student's ease in a particular part of their range, we might work on a piece that uses that part of their range).
*** Studio Equipment ***
My studio is a room in my home with a piano.
*** Travel Equipment ***
A piano and room without distractions
*** Specialties ***
Classical, opera, music theatre
· Classical Voice · In studio
She is a wonderful coach and I have enjoyed my time so far working with her. I've been to 3 other vocal teachers in Chicago over the years, and she is by far the best. She is the first teacher I have been to in years who has helped me grow as a performer and help me see noticeable results.
First and foremost, Jessica is able to teach the correct techniques of signing and she brings this to the forefront. She is clearly very knowledgeable about the physical aspects of great singing and clearly explains and shows how everything within the body works together to create sound. She is very creative in recommending exercises and things to practice in order to improve overall technique and capabilities.
Don't let the technical approach fool you, though; Jessica is extremely expressive and has a real passion for singing and helping others sing to the best ability. She has a wide repertoire and can teach music of all different genres and styles, making it fun along the way (whether classical, jazz, modern, show tunes, opera, etc.). She provides in-the-moment feedback too help push to make pieces performance ready.
Finally, she is a great overall performance coach, providing recommendations on ways to calm nerves, act with a piece, etc. and has some great tips and perspective on helping prepare for an audition.
I would highly recommend Jessica as a teacher.
· Singing · In studio
· Vocal Training · In studio
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· Piano · In home
· Singing · In studio
· Songwriting · Online
You can catch me all over town playing in a wide variety of different acts and ensembles.
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My name is Matt Hines. I have been teaching guitar for 14 yrs. In high school I was the first chair guitarist in Jazz Studio Orchestra Big Band. In 2003, I attended Southern Illinois University where I studied Classical Guitar and Music Business. I graduated in 2007 and began touring around the Midwest with a Reggae/Rock band. Meanwhile, I had been teaching private students from 2002-2010. In 2010, I moved back to the Chicago land area. Since then I have played in over 30 acts and have taught hundreds of students. In 2013, I won 1st place in the national Blues Masters competition. My speciality is rock,blues,reggae,pop, and jazz improvisation. My philosophy is to help the student develop their own musical voice, while giving them a technical foundation.
*No experience necessary
*Basic musical training/audition prep/stage presence
Music should be a holistic experience that can promote well being through mental, physical, emotional, social, and spiritual stimulation. Discover how vocal technique can improve your mood, bust stress, inspire confidence, and raise body awareness, all while building a lifelong skill with your favorite neighborhood countertenor!
For those who are interested I'll teach you about songwriting and performance if you're interested too. Check me on youtube performing with Blacklist Regulars.
I have experience working with students of all ages and abilities. For three years I worked at a day program for adults with developmental disabilities. I had several piano students of various abilities and disabilities and there I learned how to make adjustments as necessary and find different ways to communicate the particular techniques I wanted to teach.
I very much enjoy tailoring my lessons to my students. If you are beginning we will of course work thru the basics but then as you progress if you have interest in a particular song or style we can work toward that goal. Also if you have any interest in song writing/ composing, that's my speciality.
· Piano · In studio
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