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About Daniel A.

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Hillside, IL
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In addition to teaching music, I have also worked as a special education assistant and wrestling/track coach at Lake Zurich Middle School South and an assistant Kung Fu/Tai Chi instructor at Green Mountain Arts in Logan Square, Chicago, Illinois. Jazz piano, Voice, and Composition are my main areas of expertise. However, I have also been recording, and playing guitar almost my entire life. I fully believe in music education not only for entertainment and personal enjoyment, but for many other means.
Beyond its capacity for being used as entertainment, music aids in learning, helps develop advanced motor skills, increases memory function, and many other purposes for a well rounded education. It is my goal to help educate the next generation in traditional music practices as well as incorporate new techniques that are relevant to our
current day and age.

*** Lesson Details ***
Lesson plans vary from person to person. I always make it a point to get to know the student's existing musical knowledge, goals, and background before I create a personalized lesson plan. All important concepts are covered as they are needed so students can understand theoretical concepts based upon actual application and usage. In short, I teach in a way that students can "dig in" right away and play, create, improvise, sing and/or compose freely and naturally. I always encourage students or parents to contact me with their goals, previous musical training, etc., and discuss what they really want out of lessons so they can get the most out of taking me on as an instructor.

*** Studio Equipment ***
Acoustic and Electric piano, Digital Recording Studio, Extensive library and teaching resources

*** Specialties ***
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feedback rating from students.Jazz Piano, Composition, Choral
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Jackie L. January 10, 2018
· Guitar · In home
Daniel cancelled my son's first lesson with less than a one hour notice. He attended the second lesson, but again cancelled the third lesson with a 30 minute notice. He sent me a text message to notify me and I called him back and left a voicemail. 24 hours later and I still haven't gotten a call back. I want my money back. He has wasted my son's time. Poor professionalism.
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Nick November 11, 2017
· Piano · In home
Really enjoyed the first lesson. Daniel made it fun and im excited to learn more.
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Kristin S. April 5, 2017
· Piano · In home
Daniel adapted throughout the course of the hour-long lesson to understand what I already knew and find appropriate ways to fill in the gaps of my knowledge. He also started me on the process of learning a new approach when looking at and learning to play new music pieces.
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Daniel A.

Hillside, IL 60162
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About Elizabeth B.

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Evanston, IL

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Elizabeth has taught violin and viola for twenty years. She has a Master of Music degree in Violin Performance from DePaul University School of Music. Her teachers have been among the best in the world. She has been a member of orchestras, chamber music ensembles, and has performed solos throughout the United States and abroad. Teaching is one of her greatest passions, and she welcomes the opportunity to work with all ages and levels of musical background.

*** Lesson Details ***
I teach both Suzuki and traditional violin and viola methods. I am patient and encouraging. My students' success is my success! After 3-6 months of lessons, students will have a solid foundation on the instrument and will play some beginning level songs with the proper position and tuning. They will be having a rewarding experience as they learn all the funda
mentals. They will discover the joy of music!

*** Studio Equipment ***
Home- small house with music stand, well lit, piano, seating for parents  

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Violin
Viola
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Suzuki
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Fiddling
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Rhiannon M. May 8, 2019
· Violin · Online
She helped me with fingering and bowing today. She is very helpful and a great teacher.
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Rhiannon M. May 1, 2019
· Violin · Online
Ms. Elizabeth is a really good teacher. She has been helping me become a better violin player. I like the way she teaches!
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Irene M. April 13, 2019
· Violin · Online
Ms B. is concise and shows an understanding of where my daughter is at in the process. Irene said she had fun and is looking forward to the next lesson. Thank you.
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Elizabeth B.

Evanston, IL 60201
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$29 / 30-min

About Karen J.

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Wheeling, IL
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I'm a life coach/counselor who'd love to help you get the most out of your life. Rev. Karen J. is an experienced and professional teacher, instructor, and counselor. An expert in Kabbalah, Karen is able to use ancient wisdom with modern techniques to help you to zero in on your issues in a fun, friendly, and helpful manner. She will assist you in resolving problems and gently steer you towards the unique and individual path that is right for you.

As an educator and library presenter, Karen was named one of 2008's "Best of the Best Presenters" at public libraries in the North Suburban Library System. She speaks to groups about Kabbalah, Feng Shui, Numerology, Dream Interpretation, Introduction to Meditation for Stress Reduction and Teaches Reading Tarot. She has provided the entertainment and expertise to help raise hundreds of th
ousands of dollars for charities over the years, including University of Illinois at Chicago G.I.L.D. and Hadassah. Karen is also available for Mardi Gras events and Corporate Holiday Parties.
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Linda P. April 28, 2016
· Meditation · In home
Caring and motivational
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Linda April 28, 2016
· Meditation · In studio
Excellent
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Karen J.

Wheeling, IL 60090
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$60 / 60-min

About Steve S.

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Chicago, IL
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I have over 13 years of teaching experience at both the secondary and post-secondary level, and I have lived and taught for nearly 10 years in Japan. I have a graduate degree in education with a specialization in TESL/TEFL.
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David May 28, 2019
· Accent Reduction · Online
Excelent!
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Tajinder S. May 4, 2019
· Accent Reduction · Online
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Jane March 29, 2019
· Public Speaking · Online
Great teacher, looking forward to my next lesson!
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Steve S.

Chicago, IL 60660
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About Randy S.

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Mount Prospect, IL

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I have always been an actor first, it is the craft and discipline in which I hold my advanced degrees; it is my first and eternal love. There really isn't much more one could add to such a claim. Simultaneously I have believed a teacher is born, not bred; and I was born to be in theatre, and now, with a few years behind me; I'm ready to pass on what I have learned. At the risk of tooting my own horn; I am well trained, professionally, both as an actor and a teacher with more than a few credentials to support those claims. I invite you to please peruse my background on the site and feel free to ask any questions you desire.

Regarding Texas Hold 'em (poker), I have been playing and teaching the game, and working for online casinos for over thirty years. My approach is simple, requires extreme discipline, but I can show you how to win mo
re than you lose. And this is true of all subjects I teach whether literal or figurative.

My undergraduate Bachelors is in Acting & Directing I was taught by the same professors who launched the students that formed the now famous Steppenwolf Theatre in Chicago (Illinois State University); I also have a Masters degree in Theatre History and Criticism (Theatrical Critical Theory). I have teaching experience both as a GA and in the private sector. I have been exposed to many different types of teaching styles and locales, (i.e. classroom, studio et.al). I hope that gives you a thumbnail concurrently I hope I didn't bore you to death.

Peace and Kindest Regards,
Randy
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Enrique July 2, 2019
· Poker · Online
Randy is a first rate coach. He is knowledgeable, experienced, and with an easy going natural style. Was very adaptable to my level of experience and was patient - no question was too dumb. I highly recommend him without any reservation. I have already booked my next session.
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Brandon February 27, 2019
· Poker · Online
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Jessica February 1, 2019
· Method Acting · Online
Very uplifting first class. Thank you Randy.
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Randy S.

Mount Prospect, IL 60056
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About Phil C.

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Chicago, IL

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I've taught both privately and in the classroom (in schools from Pre-K to college, and through workshops), and have been a working musician and teacher for more than 25 years. I have a degree in music from Columbia College Chicago (Summa Cum Laude). My students have included everyone from absolute beginners to working professionals like myself. Many of my beginner students have also gone on to careers in music.

My approach in private instruction involves tailoring the lessons to the specific needs of each student, while making sure that he/she has the knowledge and technique to succeed in their creative endeavors. Whether it's a hobby or a potential career, I leave nothing out. You will learn the entire instrument. In cases where a student works in more than one subject, one session can typically be applied to all/both of them. I striv
e to help every student find their own creative voice, while building the skill sets required to work in any style of music.

As a writer, I've written for everything from music publications to LinkedIn, and have an award-winning nonfiction book that chronicles my journey as an independent musician.

As an entrepreneur, I've had several non-music businesses on the side over the years, and have weathered every twist and turn of the music industry for more than 30 years. My indie record label, founded in 1994, is breaking new ground by empowering artists to have a hand in their own business success while never compromising their art.

As a public speaker, I started speaking in church at age 9. I have spoken to audiences large and small about everything from music education and the music business, to dealing with addiction, to the teachings of engaged Buddhism.

Please feel free to contact me with the "Ask Phil a Question" button on my profile here. This can include questions about my method, or regarding days and times for lessons. What you see in my availability here is based on my schedule away from TakeLessons. I have students elsewhere and perform shows regularly. I may have additional times available and tend to have some flexibility. I teach worldwide online. Just ask.

As soon as you're ready to book lessons, you can use the Green Button after selecting your area of study, day and time. I will receive a notification that you've signed up. I will then confirm with you and send a questionnaire regarding your lesson needs within 48 hours.

Thanks for your interest.

I look forward to working with you!
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Glenn F. February 7, 2019
· Singing · In studio
1st meeting/lesson went well....Looking forward to future lessons.
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Reenee H. January 9, 2019
· Ukulele · In studio
Just my first lesson but I enjoyed it and feel like I am learning the basics well.
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Mya A. November 14, 2018
· Ukulele · In home
Very patient!
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Phil C.

Chicago, IL 60626
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$75 / 60-min

About Ty A.

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Chicago, IL
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MY PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE in the field of PHOTOGRAPHY AND FILM PRODUCTION:

- Owner and Lead Photographer: Prudence Photography 2010 – Present -

Duties:

- Lead Photographer in capturing the full timeline of events (Weddings, Corporates, Family Events) in a professional manner.
- Responsible for creatively editing all photos of events and portraits session.
- Lead Photographer in capturing high-quality outdoor portraits and studio
pictorials.
- Meeting with Clients and closing the deal.
- Business management: Opening and Closing procedures.
- Evaluated, trained and instructed Photography to Second Photojournalists.
- Ensured lights, cameras, backdrops and props are in pristine condition.
- Have professionally photographed events for 9 years (Weddings, Corporates, Family Events) in a professional manner with solid and
organic Yelp Reviews.

Accolades in Photography:

- Best of Weddings “The Knot” 2016, 2017, 2019
- Featured in “Von Voyage” Magazine 2018
- Featured in “Express” Magazine 2017
- Featured in online articles of “Carats and Cake and The Maharashi”
- Listed as Top 10 Best Photographers in Chicago by Expertise.com
- Impeccable Yelp Review.

Film Production: 2006 – Present

Duties:

- Screenwriter, Producer and Director for independent films.
- Business Management: in-charge of writing grants, meeting with investors and team assembly.
- Responsible for attending Film Market and Film Festivals.
- Responsible for Film’s completion and success.

Accolades in Film Production:

- Best Director for a Feature Film “The Grave Bandits” 2012 Manila Film Fest
- Best Film for a Feature Film “The Grave Bandits” 2012 Manila Film Fest
- Filmography: - Director: Entrance (2006-07) Short film Viewfinder (2008) Short film Among All Creatures (2010) Short film The Black Rooster (2011) Short Film The Grave Bandits (2011) Feature Film Watch Me Kill ( 2019 in- production) Feature Film.
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Ty A.

Chicago, IL 60634
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$25 / 30-min

About Michael Z.

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Clarendon Hills, IL

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Hi! I am a fun, friendly but serious educator in Arabic, ESL, and philosophy. I am a trilingual professional whose calling in life is to attend to the academic and linguistic needs of learners. I am the Asst. Director to a language program in a private university in the Chicago area. I have an M.A. in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages and a B.A. in Philosophy of language. Welcome to my page! Hope to chat soon.
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Michael Z.

Clarendon Hills, IL 60514
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$84 / 30-min

About Staci B.

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Wheaton, IL
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Hey everyone. My name is Staci and I love meeting different students of different backgrounds and personalities. I have an Associates in Information Technology and am now pursing my bachelor's in the field, with a focus on programming. I am from Chicago so have almost seen it all. I excel in the field of communications and writing, and am also a freelance writer with several blogs of my own, and write for other blogs. I love writing research papers on various topics, especially on topics I am passionate about. I do creative writing and really have a good eye for art and film. In my spare time, I like to go to the gym, spend time with my fiance, canvas paint, and yes I even like to knit. Don't laugh at me. Music plays a major role in my life and know just about every R&B, soul, or hip-hop song that was released between the 80s-2000s.

I a
m the eldest of my siblings, and have a passion for teaching as much as I have a passion for learning. I have been tutoring since I was 8 years old, but did not monetize my tutoring skills until I was about 16 years old. Today, I am 25 and never get bored of finding different methods of teaching for individual students to help them achieve their academic or personal goals. I have tutored roughly 50 students in my tutoring career, more or less. I specialize in language, writing, Spanish for beginners, reading comprehension, vocabulary, writing research papers, science, mathematics from grades k-12, as well as college geometry and algebra, and many more subjects.

I cannot put enough emphasis on being patient with yourself when understanding a new concept. It's okay to not get everything the first or second time around. Take your time and enjoy the process of learning. You are actually exercising your brain when you are challenged, which is wonderful! I also want the people I work with to know that I am VERY LGBTQ friendly, and support minorities as well as understand some of the challenges they may face. Anytime you are in my presence, you are in a safe place, and you will always be treated with dignity.

Aside from being passionate about science for a few personal reasons, I actually aim to pursue medical school because of my passion for health and medicine. In case, for some reason I won't be able to do so, I have my bachelor's in an applied science to fall back on. Ultimately I would like to become an M.D working in the field of Preventative Medicine or become a surgeon I have written extensive research
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Staci B.

Wheaton, IL 60187
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$25 / 60-min

About Mustafa T.

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Roselle, IL
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I have a bachelor's degree in Physics. This is my 17th year in the profession; for 11 years as a physics teacher and 5 years as director. Last year I was teaching physics in Michigan. Now, I am an assistant principal in a private school in Mt. Prospect. Since I don't want to lose my contact with teaching, I want to start tutoring. I am, originally, from Turkey and this is my 3rd year in the USA.

I am looking forward to meeting with students who want to improve their physics/math/science grades at school or get high scores in SAT or any other test.
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Mustafa T.

Roselle, IL 60172
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$25 / 30-min

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