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Carlos V. Homestead, FL

About Carlos

For over 25 years, my only love has been the Guitar; Started playing professionally at 18 years old and to develop that natural skill decided to study musical education. Since then I've provided the highest quality of private music instruction for guitarist and bass guitar players of all ages.

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George M. December 31, 2013
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Carlos Vicenty is excellent!

I have been working with Carlos for about two months. I am an advanced player mostly self taught. I needed someone to give me new challenges and Carlos was just the ticket! In only a few lessons, he tied together many old concepts and gave me new ways to look at them. I always look forward to my lesson with Carlos.
Megan B. Miami, FL

About Megan

Megan Elizabeth B., a native of Miami, Florida, received her Bachelor of Music degree at the University of Miami, Florida in 2009. She immediately moved to the state of Louisiana to pursue her Master of Music degree, which she was awarded in 2011 from Louisiana State University. While at Louisiana State University she studied under the tutelage of Professor Patricia ONeill. Ms. B. decided to continue her postgraduate education at Louisiana State University, and while under a graduate assistantship, Ms. B. was able to exercise both her teaching abilities and performance craft. Ms. B. taught private voice and diction classes, and she sang the following roles for LSU Opera: Hanna in Leh¡r'€™s The Merry Widow, Miss Jessel in Britten'€™s The Turn of the Screw, Marianne in Romberg's The New ...

Scott S M. Homestead, FL

About Scott S

DJ Smoove aka Scott S, is an emerging icon in the music & entertainment world. He was born in Harlem, New York and developed a love of music at an early age. Scott S was just 9 years old when he started spinning records at office parties that were booked by his mother. His unique voice sounded “different” but had an infectious tone. At a young age, Scott S wowed everyone with his turntable skills, innovative mixes, music versatility and crowd rocking voice. Over the years, the overall skills and his love of music shines through in everything he does. Regardless of the personal success, Scott S is a humble man. He conveys that old school energy; the days of block parties, crates of records and good times. Scott S aka DJ Smoove, is a proud military veteran that makes music a ...

Daniel V. Miami, FL

About Daniel

Hello my name is Danny. I've been tutoring since high school and have helped plenty of students become successful in their respective fields. My specialties are mathematics, computer science, and music. I am a computational media major at Georgia Institute of Technology, one of the top 20 colleges in the world for engineering. My sub-specialties include film, web-design and game-design. I received a 2100 on my SAT and a 33 on my ACT and am well aware of techniques and practices for test-prep. I'm a capable and friendly person who knows the difference between hard-work and talent, and the values of each for a student.

Catalina V. Miami, FL

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Hello my name is Catalina, I am a freelance composer, clarinetist, and educator. I hold a Master of Music Degree from Florida International University, and a Bachelor of Arts from Lewis & Clark College. I am currently adjunct faculty at Florida International University teaching music history and I am also part of the school of music staff as marketing assistant. I am, and always will be an advocate of the arts, and their importance for cultural growth. My future plans include advanced studies in composition focusing on how notation affects interpretation and music theory, and vice versa, with special interests in gender, and culture. If you are looking for clarinet or piano lessons, or music theory, or composition lessons, please sign up!

Hugo M. Homestead, FL

About Hugo

HUGO ALFONSO MOLERO OMAÑA, Venezuelan, Violist, Founder and Professor of Viola and Violin National System of Youth and Children's Orchestras of Venezuela, in the cities of San Cristóbal Colón and the State Táchira in Venezuela, since 1977. Founder and performer Violas row in the Symphony Orchestra "Simon Bolivar" Tachira, in San Cristobal, Venezuela. Viola Teacher College "Emil Friedman" and the Conservatory "Lino Gallardo" Symphony Orchestra Violist in "Gran Mariscal de Ayacucho" and Orchestra "Young Arcos" in Caracas. University Lecturer, Educator Education and Master of Science in Behavioral Targeting, which allows you to work with children and adolescents with special needs. Musical director Musical Foundation "Simón Bolívar" Youth Orchestra in Tachira in Venezuela.

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Is your daughter begging you for voice lessons, so she can learn to sing just like Taylor Swift? Awesome! But she also shouldn’t be limiting herself to the pop-country crooner. Read on as Nashville teacher Heather E. explains why… Lets get this straight right off the bat - I don’t hate Taylor Swift.  I think she’s a great performer, a great businesswoman, and her early songs (the ones she wrote herself) are pretty good.  If your daughter is looking for a role model, TSwift’s story of stardom wi
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Don't let anyone tell you the bass is easier than a regular guitar just because it has less strings! Bass guitar teacher Kevin S. shares the unique challenges you face as you learn bass guitar... 1) Capos are Misleading Any bassist who has regularly played with a guitarist who uses a capo has discovered that this simple tool can be confusing to deal with at first. This is a where good transposing skills come in handy, especially if the guitarist is referring to the chords they are playing
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