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Andrew is a Ubiquitous Music-certified instructor with knowledge of many different aspects of music: whether you want to learn theory and technique or just want to rock, he can help you to achieve your goals. Hello! I'm Andrew (but you knew that) and I play guitar! I have been teaching for just over 4 years, and have studied through both the Ubiquitous Music curriculum and private instruction. I have studied music theory and composition at Palomar college and Miracosta college, as well as privately with a graduate from the Berklee School of Music. My guitar education has been more widely varied, and includes lessons with a Musician's Institute graduate, a Berklee School of Music graduate, and several other professional guitarists in varying fields and styles. *** Lesson Details ***
At the age of four, after watching a group of children playing their violins on the television show, “Sesame Street”, I became inspired to learn how to play the violin. Since that time I have studied violin with Daniel Vega-Albela, Dr. Joseph Koob and Renata Knific. In 2006, I graduated from Western Michigan University with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Music Studies. During my undergraduate studies, I learned beginning jazz guitar and improvisation from jazz guitarist, John Riemer. Leading up to my attending WMU, I had participated in Master Classes with Sally O’Reilly, Dr. Barry Ross, Stephen Clapp, Benny Kim, Katie Lansdale, David Barg, and Ronda Cole. I was a member of the Kalamazoo Junior Symphony for five years and I was the concertmaster during my senior year. I also won the ...
Hello, My name is Jordan. I believe good music playing results from the training and cultivating of three areas: The heart, mind, and body. My lessons are geared towards understanding and developing those three areas in each student. Below you will see some lesson topics in each of the categories. Heart (deals with understanding emotion and you desire for music): -Music History -Score study -Emotion based meditation -Questions about motivations for music and cello -Repertoire Studies Mind (deals with understanding music and cello) -Fingerboard quiz -Harmonic function -Visualization -Focus -How to practice -Goal setting Body (Deals with the technical facility of the cello) -Relaxation techniques -Etude studies -Scale studies -Technique exercises -Body awareness
I think music is a gift. Something that if pursued, can make for a long and rewarding journey. My love for music started in third grade with piano and soon progressed to the trumpet and finally, after high school, to guitar. I studied both classical and jazz guitar at Indiana Wesleyan University and had a brief stay in Nashville where I toured and studied songwriting. My musical experience has included jazz bands, classical voice and instrumental groups, church bands, as well as international instrumental instruction. Every musician's story is unique and I love the opportunity to help other musicians on their journey. **Lesson Details** I think that when starting out with a new teacher the first lesson should be free. The first lesson includes getting to know the student's ...
Hi, I'm Warren! I have a a bachelor's degree in music performance at Western Michigan University where I studied with Professor Bruce Uchimura. I have taught cello students throughout my time in school at Western. I am a good motivator and have a welcoming personality. It's very important to me that my students feel confident that they will make the progress that they need and want. Discovering along with the student that they are capable of much more than they thought is one of the most rewarding things about teaching for me. One of the most important aspects of my teaching that I most value is that I want my students to be creative in the ways that they learn and practice. The more they can come up with solutions to their practice the better they will be able to learn outside of the
I work with students of all ages and am very passionate about the violin. I teach music theory at the same time as playing the violin. I have 11 students at Marshall music but would like more. The youngest student I have currently is 5, the oldest is 23. I am 20 years old and have been playing for 9 years. I studied violin performance at Grand Valley State University with Gregory Maytan, and the Suzuki method with Jim Butler.
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