Music Lessons in Hillsdale, KS. It's your time.
In person or online. We've got everything you need to get started and stay motivated!
A Better Way to Learn
Music Lessons in Hillsdale
Popular Music Lessons| Live classes, amazing instructors
Teaches students 5 and up
High School Diploma from Park Hill South HS
Are you a beginner piano player interested in learning how to play your favorite songs? Do you like how the piano sounds and want to learn what each note is or how to take control of the instrument? Are you a singer looking to grow with your vocal exercises and learn how to play scales?
I learned how to play piano 4 years ago when I started teaching music lesson. When I first started I was teaching voice, so I had to learn scales and chords to be able to warm up and accompany the students I was working with. Pretty soon I was playing piano with my students for their recitals, and quickly I learned how to utilize the piano either for performance or practice!
Whether you are planning on leading with it, using it as accompaniment to someone else/yourself, or just want to learn for fun as a hobby, I can teach you all you need to know for your beginner piano studies! If you have any questions, please message me!
Want to learn how to play or sing your favorite song? Are you interested in learning how to write your own songs? Since the start of my teaching career 4 years ago, my lessons have expanded to include guitar, ukulele, bass, piano, drums, singing, and even songwriting! I'm eager to help you find
Teaching since 2001
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Teaches students 5 and up
I’ve been teaching harp for 20 years. I cater my teaching style and repertoire to the needs of the individual. I believe this is a partnership, so I try to offer options wherever possible so the student can find the music they feel will help them express themselves. I focus on note reading, but I also examine shapes of chords and relations and patterns in order to make music reading as quick and easy as possible. Depending on the student, these added tricks may be huge way makers in their music making experience.
I offer recitals twice a year. For online students, I host a virtual recital. I believe that the more frequently we perform, the easier it is to overcome stage anxiety. I, personally, battle stage anxiety, so I am able to assist others with managing these same feelings.
My ultimate goal with every student is to foster a love for music, both at the harp and in general.
Teaching music lessons is a passion for Phaedra. She is desirous of understanding brain development and teaching according to readiness and learning style of the individual student. She will work with the student and parent(s) to reach the goals they seek to achieve in music. Phaedra strives to hel
Speaks English, English
Teaching since 2003
Classical Guitar/Classical Piano/Jazz Guitar from University of Missouri, Kansas City
Students learn music theory as applied to the keyboard, sight-reading, improvisation and the application of classical technique to modern styles.
*Now also offering online lessons* Guitar David picked up the guitar when he moved from his hometown of Phoenix, Arizona in 2001 at the age of 19 and hasn't looked back since. 7 years and countless hours of practicing, performing and teaching later, David plays at multiple venues in the Kansa
Bachelor of Arts from Barnard College, Columbia University
Teaches students 4 and up
Awarded Dolan Prize from Columbia University
I emphasize a physically relaxed and technically accurate approach to cello playing so that students are free to create music without limitations or physical discomfort.
Though playing an instrument takes hard work, it should be a fun and enjoyable experience too! We will work together to ensure that you are learning pieces that interest you and inspire you to reach the next level. By the end of each lesson you will know what to work on for the week and exactly how to practice in order to achieve the most effective results.
Students will learn the fundamentals of music theory and history while focusing on improving their technical facility on the cello. Students also work towards building their comfort with the instrument by practicing increasingly complex exercises and repertoire.
Lessons will be highly interactive and geared towards your personal goals as an aspiring cellist.
*** About Me *** I am a classically trained cellist in NYC. I have a master's degree in cello performance from a top NYC conservatory and I am a registered Suzuki teacher for books 1-10. In addition to performing music, I love to teach cello lessons to aspiring musicians of all ages! My musical as
Teaches students 1 and up
Teaching since 2013
Music Education from San Jose State University
Desiree M.Book Now
Want to be a fantastic musician?! With personalized lessons to match your skills you will have FUN playing the Saxophone. We will focus on breathing techniques, tone production, and rhythmic techniques. Our tunes will be based on what your focus. We will play duets often!
All ages welcome! New hobby? No one is too old for music.
- World Class Saxophone techniques
- Fun and Engaging lessons via Zoom!
- Add theory, composition, or conducting to our lessons to expand your music knowledge. (All ages encouraged!)
My goal Is to make music fun. Even the hardest pieces will be fun Owen we work together. Our online lessons are personalized to your skill level and most importantly our lessons will be fun and engaging. We will talk about music news, history and watch musical performances. If you are interested in
Speaks English, Spanish
Teaching since 2014
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Have you hit a roadblock in your trumpet playing? Is your child not seeing progress from playing in their school band? Need help with your All-State audition? Picking up a hobby for the quarantine? Look no further!
My approach to the trumpet is one that starts with the sound of the music playing in my head. Once I can get you to hear beautiful trumpet sounds playing in your own head, you will find that playing the trumpet is as easy as blowing spit wads through a straw!
My students get a weekly dose of fundamentals that include long tones, flexibility, and articulation. Once those are in place, we can apply those skills learned to a musical etude. You can expect to cover as much material (or as little) as you want in a given week; I will pace your lessons according to your ability level and desire. But with the right amount of deliberate practice, I can help you become a truly great trumpeter.
Let's get this fired up!
Ruben has been teaching private lessons since 2014 and is currently available to teach lessons at your home, at his studio, and online. His students have gone on to audition into honor bands, and play solos for competitions and festivals. Ruben received his training at Western Oregon University
Connect Locally or Online
How It Works
Here's why 2 million people a month use TakeLessons
Educating the World
- Easy and Hassle-Free
- 100% Satisfaction Guaranteed
- Background Checked Teachers
- Over 3 Million Lessons Given
Guitar books can be a great help for kids who are interested in guitar lessons. Guitar teacher Matthew K. shares five of his favorite guitar books for younger students... The guitar is an instrument that has to be learned by doing. During my experience as a guitar teacher, I've found it essential to use a book for kids ages six to ten. Books can keep the student on track, but should not be the only teaching method used. It's important to keep lessons fun and interesting with songs and riffs t …
By Suzy S.
Whether your child is struggling with their piano practice -- or you're an adult learner with small hands -- sometimes reaching those octaves and other tough chords may seem impossible. As you continue through your piano lessons, exercises focused on dexterity and flexibility should be a big part of your practicing routine. Here are a few tips to help with playing the piano for small hands: 1. Break out that metronome. A metronome is invaluable to your practice, especially when you're trai …
By Suzy S.
Think you don't have enough time to practice violin? Think again! We all have days where we're short on time, but that doesn't mean you should skip practice altogether. Here, Austin, TX violin instructor Naomi Cherie S. shows you how to get an effective violin practice session in only 15 minutes... We've all heard it before: "Practice makes perfect!" However, an intelligent five-year-old violin student improved this saying when she told me "Practice makes better!" It's a nice reminder tha …
By Maile Proctor