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Angela M. Ponte Vedra, FL

Beginning-intermediate levels accepted (0-2 years playing experience). Piano lessons utilize several method books and focus on posture, hand position, technique, music reading, repertoire preparation and musical interpretation. Piano students are invited to choose additional music that interests them to bring to lessons for help.

About Angela

I am a flutist and teacher with over 15 years experience in the classroom/private studio currently serving the greater Jacksonville area from Nocatee in Ponte Vedra! Parents, looking for a fun and enriching activity for your child (ages 4+) that builds brain cells and makes newer, stronger connections? I am one of only THREE Kinderflute teachers in the entire state of Florida! Please inquire about more information regarding the KinderFlute program. Middle/high school flutists, want to earn a Superior rating at solo & ensemble or make the all-state band? I am looking for students with a desire to go further with their playing while having a lot of fun! I have teaching experience in several age groups and areas of music education. Most recently, as a band/choir director in Duval ...

Justin W. Jacksonville, FL

Students will utilizing standard music notation while learning familiar songs, proper technique, and music theory. Students are required to have their own keyboard/piano at home (touch sensitivity preferred), lesson book (Alfred's Adult All-In-One Piano), and all other necessary supplies. Students are also recommended to purchase Hanon's The Virtuoso Pianist for independent practice.

About Justin

Justin is an active composer and tenor soloist based in Jacksonville, Florida. Justin holds an Associate of Arts degree from Brevard Community College (now Eastern Florida State College) in Cocoa, Florida, and is pursuing his Bachelor of Music Education and Bachelor of Music Performance degrees at University of North Florida in Jacksonville, Florida. Justin currently holds the position of Choral Librarian and Assistant Conductor of the Osprey Men’s Chorus at the University of North Florida under the guidance and mentorship of Frank Watkins and Cara Tasher, which has allowed him the opportunity to perform under such conductors as Simon Halsey, Rollo Dilworth, Sandra Snow, and Simon Carrington.

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Julia A. October 29, 2014
Acoustic Guitar · In home
Verified Student
Justin is the essence of professionalism. He's never without a smile and is simply an amazing teacher. We are so glad we found him.
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Sasha B. October 29, 2013
Piano
Verified Student
Justin is a great piano teacher

My 6 year old has piano lessons with Justin. He enjoys his lessons and I'm a proud mother when I listen to him play. My son is a little talker but Justin is always kind, very patient, and uses relatable examples for him to better understand. He encourages which motivates my son to want to practice more. He is also very polite, never without a friendly smile, and without a doubt loves teaching music. I hope Justin continues teaching music by the time my now 1 year old is old enough to take lessons. My family truly appreciates him.
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Linda L. August 1, 2013
Piano
Verified Student
Excellent Teacher

Justin is a very reliable teacher. My children has been taking singing and piano lessons from him for about 6 months. Both kids improved a lot in skills, and they like him very very much!
Raymond (Remi) L. Jacksonville, FL

Method used for Piano/Keyboard:

Easiest Piano Course Complete (by: John Thompsons)
Repertoire
Chords for the Right and Left hand:
The Art of Accompanying Songs

About Raymond (Remi)

I completed musical studies at the Conservatory of Music of San Juan, Puerto Rico and graduated MAGNA CUM LAUDE, with Majors in Musical Education and as a Performing Artist. I am a qualified bilingual Music Instructor. I have performed as a guitarist with several orchestras, musical groups, bands and as classical guitar soloist I have given numerous recitals and concerts. I have worked as a Music Educator at the Social & Pedagogic Academic Institutes teaching pedagogic & didactic principles to teachers and at the same time I have been teaching classical and popular guitar at all levels and ages at several other music schools. I wrote a guitar method "MELODIC GUITAR" for beginners from 7 years of age and up, and this method has been translated from Papiamentu into the English and ...

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Ha-My L. March 25, 2015
Classical Piano · Online
Verified Student
At first, I doubted that I could do a piano lesson online but Mr. Raymond erased all my doubt on the very first section with him. He is really good at what he does. I asked him a question and he answered it without any confusion. From his answers, I know he is really knowledgable in music generally, and piano specifically. He is friendly and laid-back but he will make sure you perfectly play your pieces. Take him and you will have no regret!
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Andrea T. March 15, 2015
Guitar · In studio
Verified Student
Remi's great! I was a little unsure at first, being a grown woman taking up a new hobby, but he set me at ease and has challenged me appropriately. He had me figured out pretty quickly, too; and he adapted lessons to my personality, incoming skill set, and taste. He's also a delight to be around, so lessons are fun.
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jenny D. March 4, 2015
Ukulele · Online
Verified Student
Remi has been a great teacher - very patient, supportive. Also has a lot of good "tricks" to help you through challenging parts of learning an instrument. I have been playing violin for years now, so I have had quite a bit of experience with music instructors, and I feel I picked an extraordinary teacher to help me with the ukulele. (Also, I have a very irregular schedule and Remi has been flexible with reschedules, which I greatly appreciate.) Thanks Remi!
David S. Jacksonville, FL

About David

A native of Jeon-Ju, South Korea, violinist David Hwan-Min S. began studying the violin at the age of ten. He received his training at the Jeonju Fine Arts Middle School under Seung-Gu Baek before immigrating to the United States in 2002. Since then, Mr. S. has performed extensively as an orchestral, chamber, and solo violinist. He served as Concertmaster of the Stetson University Symphony Orchestra, Baylor University Symphony Orchestra and the Florida All-State Orchestra for several years, as well as Concertmaster for the All-County Orchestra and the Southwest Florida Youth Orchestra. In 2003, Mr. S. made his solo debut with the Southwest Florida Youth Orchestra under the baton of Dr. David Eccles, and has also appeared as soloist with the Southwest Symphony Orchestra under Paul ...

Fran G. Jacksonville, FL

The development of the piano lessons will depend on the level, goals, needs and available time of study of each student. Starting with board exercises that will provide independence and strengthen the fingers of both hands, studying at the same time the rhythmic figures, elements and symbols of a score.
I propose a flexible program to keep students excited and motivated, the idea is to make a diverse and entertaining class, although it is important to consider that the piano is a very rich instrument (rhythmic, harmonic and melodic instrument), which gives us many possibilities, but that requires constant practice to achieve a beautiful sound.

About Fran

Fran G. - Percussionist I Pianist Born in 1981, Havana, Cuba. At 7 years old he was accepted at the conservatory "Alejandro Garcia Caturla", where he started his study with a major in percussion and piano. He continued studying at Conservatory "Amadeo Roldan". In 2005, he finished his higher studies at the Higher Institute of Art (ISA), University of the Arts at Havana, Cuba, receiving a degree of Bachelor of Music with a major in percussion, as a pupil of the professors Yaroldi Abreu and Roberto Concepcion. Awarded a full scholarship, Mr. Garcia moved to Spain in 2006, to postgraduate at Liceu Conservatory in Barcelona, under the tutelage of professor Robert Armengol. As a percussionist he has been active musically participating in several editions of Havana's International ...

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Lena L. November 26, 2014
Drum · In studio
Wonderful teacher!
I only have good things to tell about Fran.
He is a great teacher and musician, patient, fun, reliable and knowledgeable. He makes percussion instruments sound fun and interesting for everybody in his class!
Cedric W. Jacksonville, FL

I have been teaching for 25+ years. My goals for teaching are to empower each child, and/or adult with solid skills of the language of music by which they can build upon for life. My teaching philosophy and style can be summed up as "Making music for life, Capturing time always and Creating lasting memories".

About Cedric

I have been making music since I was 6 years old. Born and raised in a christian family where everyone plays and sings. I have been playing, singing, teaching piano and voice for over 25+ years. I hold a Bachelor of Arts (Organ performance), Bachelor of Music, (Sacred Music Vocal) and Masters of Music (Vocal Performance) from "The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga"

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