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Teaches Beginner, Intermediate
Teaches students 5 and up
Biology Teaching from Indiana / Purdue Fort Wayne
I'm a very patient teacher and love working with new students, regardless of age. As a high school teacher, I find real joy in helping someone acquire new knowledge or a new skill. I work at my student's pace and am excited to teach on my brand new piano. Whether you're wanting to learn how to read music or wish to be able to play songs by ear, I'm happy to help!
Hello! I recently bought a new piano and I figure it's time to stop hogging it all to myself. I love going to concerts, discovering new songs and figuring out how to play them. I'm excited to teach students of virtually any age or level. Please let me know if you have any questions and thank yo
Teaching since 2020
Teaches students 4 and up
Jena S.Book Now
Customized creative lessons to meet you exactly where are you on your piano journey. I especially love teaching beginner students. I use many different techniques of teaching to meet the needs of my students. I teach a well rounded curriculum that includes note reading, ear training, improvisation, technique and more.
Beginning to take piano lessons can be exciting and overwhelming. I am here to help you create an amazing foundation to continue to learn on. I love teaching beginners in my studio as well as online. There is something magical that happens when you are able to play songs for the first time. In
Teaches students 5 to 18
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Classical music-focused, fun and relaxed environment, experienced teacher with top conservatory background
Jessica moved to the Chevy Chase/Bethesda area in 2009, having grown up and gone to school in New York and Ohio. She loves the area, and she and her husband are thrilled to be putting down roots in the community. As a performer, Jessica has traveled around the world, but throughout her career teach
Teaching since 2003
Guitar / Songwriting from Berklee College of Music
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
I offer lessons in all styles and types of guitar, acoustic, electric, fingerstyle, classical, jazz, blues, rock, metal, country, pop. I have been teaching for over 11 years and performing in various bands for over 25 years. I attended the Berklee College of Music as a guitar major. I offer a core curriculum as well as customizing the to the student's interest. Learn to play favorite songs as well as basic technique, theory and music reading.
Music lessons for all ages and levels on guitar, bass, violin, cello, ukulele, banjo and voice/singing. Private studio in downtown Redmond or online lessons. I have been teaching for over 15 years, performing and recording as a singer/songwriter/guitarist for over 30 years. Berklee College of Music
Speaks English, korean
Teaching since 2009
Bachelor of Music from Eastman School of Music
Halam K.Book Now
I have been playing the violin/viola for 20 years and teaching for about 11 years. I am a professional musician with music degrees from the Juilliard School and Eastman School of Music. I currently work for Ensemble Connect at Carnegie Hall and teach music at my partner school in NYC. I love playing and teaching music!
I'm a violist in Ensemble Connect at Carnegie Hall. I have been playing violin/viola for 20 years and teaching for 11 years. Through Ensemble Connect, I perform (virtually at the moment), do projects, and also teach at a public school in NYC. I enjoy working with them as well as my private students
Speaks Spanish, English
Teaching since 1992
Teaches students Male: 5 to 18; Female: 5 and up
Beginners: Be able to play warmups for major keys by end of year one and some minor keys by end of year 2. Work through theory and lesson books (usually Faber), also allow time for sight reading, ear training, and theory instruction. Some supplemental material. Possible audition preparation.
Intermediate: A mixture of methods, with a focus on classical music from the four major stylistic periods; theory and improvisational skills with clear technique development; expanding knowledge of major and minor keys; supplemental material; sight-reading/ear training; audition preparation.
Early Advanced: A focus on classical music from various stylistic periods, theory, improvisational skills, and clear technique development. Also includes supplemental material, sight-reading, performance opportunities, audition preparation, and composition transcription.
Having begun teaching lessons while still in high school, I went on to major in music and graduated with a degree in sacred music in 1999. Since earning that degree, I have accompanied for three separate vocal music CDs using original improvised piano accompaniments. I have played sacred music in
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What remained a constant during my years of lessons was Jeff’s caring nature, commitment to better my skills, understanding reading music, theory, and playing by ear. These skills he imparted to me continue today, over 40 years later.
Thank you Jeff!"
Jameson is a perfect teacher…superlatively knowledgeable, experienced, talented, effective, professional, understanding, encouraging, friendly, and fun.
I’m an electrical engineering graduate student. In love with (listening to) classical voice and musical theatre, and desperate to learn to sing, but with no applicable musical intuition or experience, I began taking lessons with Jameson early last year.
Whenever I have a question (and believe me, I ask a LOT of questions), Jameson is ready with a comprehensive, informed answer. Whenever I struggle with a particular exercise or skill or phrase, Jameson is ready with an effective remedy. When I sense (or he senses) that something doesn't feel or sound quite right, he will tell me which senses I should pay attention to and which senses might lead me astray if I focus on them while singing. He has always worked hard and effectively to teach me how to put and keep my mind and body in the proper frame for singing (regardless of the state I'm in when I enter the studio), sometimes by introducing Alexander Technique exercises and principles, informed by human anatomy. When we work on a piece, starting with the bare melody, Jameson guides me through deeper and deeper levels of understanding and connection with the piece so that my performance continually improves and becomes progressively more organic. Jameson never bends me toward a particular sound; he helps make my experience and my sound intensely personal, while always improving the quality of that sound and promoting a healthy singing style.
Thanks to Jameson, I’m now well on my way. I hear and appreciate and love music as never before. As for singing…I am delighted beyond words by my initial development of and persistent improvement in tone quality, musical understanding, range, control, basic ability, consistency, and confidence.
In my life so far, I have known many teachers (of many things), among whom a very, very tiny number change everything forever. Beyond a shadow of a doubt, Jameson is one of them."
Joel has a way of explaining things and breaking them down in a way that I feel more capable/confident in being able to accomplish the task. He also has a very calm and accepting nature about him so that if I do make a mistake, I don’t get nervous and want to run away!
I would recommend Joel as a great guitar teacher! And, while I am not trained professionally as a musician, it seems to me that Joel really knows what he’s doing with his musical knowledge and talent with his guitar."
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