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Teaching since 2004
Bachelor of Arts - Violin Performance from University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee
Teaches students 5 and up
I love tailoring lessons to my students! Music is personal and I want to make sure you're learning what you're interested in or need to learn in order to prepare you for auditions or keep up in groups you play in. I always ask students for a list of music they're listening to or want to learn - nothing's off limits!
I started Suzuki violin lessons at the age of 3 and went on to receive a Bachelor of Music degree from UW-Milwaukee. In following years, I did post graduate work at Alverno College and went on to complete Suzuki teacher training in Suzuki Books 1-4. Besides teaching private violin, viola, and piano
Teaches students 10 and up
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Teaching since 1980
While studying for my Doctorate of Musical Arts I was a graduate Assistant teaching Music Theory and Ear-training.
Bill is in his sixth season as Principal Trumpet with the Lyric Opera of Chicago and his third season as Assistant Principal Trumpet with the Grant Park Summer Music Festival Orchestra. He was a member of the trumpet faculty at DePaul University for five years and has presented performances and mast
Speaks French, Mandarin, English
Teaching since 1992
Artist Diploma from Paris Conservatory of Music
Good habits and an excellent attitude make great cellists. It doesn't hurt to love music too. I love music and I love to share my passion with my students.
Having a teacher who is an experienced performer is an important quality in a teacher. I am a professional classical musician currently working as a freelance cellist in the Chicago area. I play with Chicago Philharmonic, the Northbrook Symphony, the Lyric Opera of Chicago, and the Northwest Indiana Symphony, among others. Before coming to Chicago I played for 13 seasons with the Alabama Symphony Orchestra.
I have taught privately for over 10 years including 2 years in Paris. My teaching is a reflection of my teacher, Phillippe Muller. I studied with Msr. Muller while studying at the Paris Conservatory. Msr. Muller is currently a Professor of Cello at the Manhattan School of Music in New York City.
Even though I have been teaching and performing on the cello for most of my life, it's not all there is to who I am. I am a chef (almost--12 weeks to go), a mom, a wife. I have a cute little Tibetan Terrier that loves visitors. My husband and I love hiking in beautiful places. Studying with me
I'm truly ecstatic to continue studying with Wei!
Bachelor of Music- Vocal Performance from Millikin University
Awarded Concerto Competition Finalist from MIllikin University
I have experience as both a performer and teacher in the world of Improv. Experience includes an intensive workshop with IO Chicago.
WHO ARE YOU? You are the future star of a Lin-Manuel Miranda show, if he would just write about your life for a change! You are a business owner whose voice is tired at the end of the day (*cough* singing lessons strengthen speaking *cough*) You're a player who's on the way to becoming a sin
Teaches students 5 and up
BFA Fine Art Painting from Northern Illinois University
Awarded Certificate of Appreciation from The Alzheimer's Association Illinois Chapter
I provide instructional direction using templates and thin paper. I recommend dual brush markers made by Tomboy.
It is expected that the following tools are used:
Tomboy Dual Brush pens
Flat surface ie. Masonite board, wooden board or plastic sheet.
Stratford tracing paper.
Dedicated art professional with 18 years of experience in creating artwork utilizing various medias. In my early years I worked as an outsider artist giving watercolor lessons for Susan Edwards of the artist place called "The Art Attack in Sycamore Illinois. After some years of painting and display
Teaches students 3 to 70
Teaching since 2007
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate
I can help guide you through setting up your recording equipment to the actual recording process to editing your recordings.
I am a professional cellist, skilled in all solo, chamber, and orchestra settings. My playing has invited me into the top ranking music festivals in the world including Tanglewood Music Center, Aspen Music Festival, Music Academy of the West, and many others. These opportunities have led me to perf
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