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Saxophone Performance from University of Arizona
Teaches students 9 and up
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate
I have been playing clarinet professionally for over ten years. My first performance was a production of "Guys and Dolls," and it opened up opportunities to play multiple woodwinds in all kinds of contexts. I am currently on-call to play with a number of symphony orchestras in town as well.
I am excited to share my passion for this beautiful instrument!
I am a woodwind specialist with a degree in saxophone performance from the University of Arizona. I have been performing and competing since the fifth grade. Since arriving in Tucson in 2010, I have performed with dozens of groups, perhaps most notably the Tucson Symphony Orchestra. I play a variet
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Teaching since 1994
Teaches students 8 and up
I have over 20 years experience teaching flute players ranging from beginners through advanced. We work hard and have a lot of fun!
Many of my students have had successful auditions for honor/state groups and youth orchestras, and have won scholarships for college. My local students perform several times throughout the year in studio recitals, local flute events and giving back to the community. I work with my online students to find ways for them to perform as well.
I love teaching and watching my student achieve new goals and play things they thought were impossible. Everything takes work, but with repetition, encouragement, and fun, it is all possible!
I believe that each student will be successful when they enjoy learning and have something concrete to show for it. It is my privilege to work with students to achieve their goals in an encouraging, fun, hard-working environment. I have worked for over 20 years with many different kinds of stude
Teaching since 2010
Teaches students 18 and up
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I teach basic piano methods for accompanying singing. My focus is on a healthy and sustainable technique, ensuring fluidity in your playing with minimal strain on your body. I can help you sound better, play longer, more imaginatively, and more comfortably, and have more fun.
I've been playing piano, organ, and other keyboards since 1995, mostly for original music and collaborations available on major streaming platforms (under the name "Dan Easley".)
I've been playing music since I was five years old (so, over 35 years now), beginning my 'stage career' as a saxophonist in school bands, then playing guitars, keyboards, accordions, mandolins, banjo, and bass in a variety of live acts throughout my adult life. I've made (as of January 2020) 16
Speaks Russian, English
Master of Music Conducting from California Baptist University
Teaches students 9 and up
All levels and styles from classical to contemporary music.
Trained and educated (MM) in Russia and USA, over 20 years experience in teaching. Individual approach to the course development based on student personality, goals, skills. Major instruments are piano, classical guitar, accordion. Student must have own instrument and desire to learn! *** L
Speaks Chinese (mandarin), English
Bachelor of Music from Peabody Institute of Johns Hopkins University
Awarded ACO Concerto Competition from Philadelphia ACO
William W.Book Now
Have you always wanted to learn the violin but was afraid to take the first step because it looks difficult? Have you played the violin before and want to pick it back up and make music an integral part of your life? Are you an advanced student who wants to improve your playing in preparation for an audition or performance?
As an experienced teacher of 3 years in violin performance, I can help you improve your violin playing, no matter what your currently level of playing is. Flexibility and comfort is key to my teaching style. I work to your speed and help you improve with specific exercises and advice tailored to your abilities.
I earned my Bachelors degree in violin performance, and an continuing my studies at the Peabody Institute. My past and current teachers include: Irving Ludwig (Philadelphia Orchestra), Juliette Kang (associate concertmaster of Philadelphia Orchestra), and Qing Li (principal 2nd violin of Baltimore Symphony Orchestra).
Have you always wanted to learn the violin but was afraid to take the first step because it looks difficult? Have you played the violin before and want to pick it back up and make music an integral part of your life? Are you an advanced student who wants to improve your playing in preparation for a
Speaks English, Spanish
Teaching since 2001
Teaches students 5 and up
Prefer the Mel Bay method books.
Zachary is a multi-talented teacher and performer. He teaches violin, piano, guitar, voice, mandolin, banjo and more. As a singer/ songwriter, he has released 3 cds, tours nationally with over 100 dates per year and has shared the stage with multiple multi-Grammy award winners. He is an inspiration
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Fawn is a caring, sweet, and compassionate voice teacher. She has pushed me out of my comfort zone, stretched me, and I feel like I have improved a lot in the tone and freedom of my voice. Even my sister said my singing sounds more relaxed. Fawn has honed in on the deficits that I need to work on but is also encouraging in a safe, comfortable, and laid back environment. She is brutally honest which I love, yet in a constructive way. I highly recommend her as a voice teacher"
I think he has students that range from age 7 to 70!
We love Jerry, he is part of our family and my kids absolutely love having him as a teacher!"
Playing the violin should be fun - not a pain! Some arm fatigue is normal when you're first starting out, but anything more than that may be a sign of poor posture, technique or instrument placement. Here are a few things to keep in mind as you practice and play... 1. Relax. Many beginner players tense up their shoulders, arms or wrist without even realizing it, which can cause a lot of problems. Just relax! Focus on your breathing, but also don't lose your posture. 2. Check your techni …
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