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Teaching since 2007
Bachelors Degree in Music Education from Wichita State University
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
I started playing violin at 3 years old. Wichita State University gave me the opportunity to get my Music Ed degree and start teaching lessons. I have taken over 500 lessons myself and played in many heavy gigging bands playing gigs almost every weekend. Improvising, Country, Jazz, and Rock are my specialties but I have played lots of Blues, Funk, and Latin jazz as well.
Make sure you contact me about scheduling. I have other students and a job that sometimes changes week to week. I may have other times available. Let me know.
High School Diploma from Park Hill South HS
Teaches students 5 and up
Teaching since 2016
Are you a beginner, intermediate or advanced singer interested in learning how to take care of your voice, hit those high notes, low notes, practice ear training, sing on stage - or with other musicians? Are you wanting to just get better at singing?
I've been teaching voice lessons since I first started teaching 4 years ago! I've helped singers in all ranges - bass, tenor, alto & soprano - to use their voice as an instrument and refine their singing skills. I've also been singing since I can remember, and I love the personal connection we have with our voice - I also understand how scary & vulnerable it can be to sing & my lesson space is always judgment free. I'm here to help you meet your full potential. In our lessons I will create specific warm-ups & vocal exercises for you, we will learn how to sing any genre of songs, and build on the confidence you will need to be a singer.
Whether you are wanting to become a solo singer, vocal performer, choir member, or just want to ...
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
Speaks English, English
Teaching since 2003
Teaches students 8 and up
Comprehensive instruction includes an unique approach to fretboard symmetry, troubleshooting technique and musical blocks. Applied to multiple styles, including pop, rock, jazz, and classical.
*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
Speaks French, Italian, German
Teaches students 7 and up
Awarded Drammy Award from Portland, OR theater community
I've worked with Broadway actors, amateur adults, kids of all ages and with renowned theatre companies such as TADA!, Brooklyn Children's Theatre, STEPS on Broadway and The Neighborhood Playhouse for 20 yrs, teaching students how to reach their full potential as musical theatre performers.
I teach private on-line musical theatre coaching lessons to kids, age 7 and up, and adults of any age. If you are looking for a musical theatre teacher/coach, you've come to right place! Most coaches in musical theater are primarily pianists and don't have a background in voice, acting or performing. I have a background, not only as a musical director/pianist, but as a professional singer and actor in opera and musical theatre as well as teaching music, both privately and in classes for many years.
I focus on 3 main things:
1) your voice...teaching you to sing with a well-produced, flexible, expressive and healthy tone...
2) your musicianship...sightsinging, learning to understand and ...
Hi! Thank you for checking out my profile! I'm a professional musical theatre teacher/coach/musical director/composer/lyricist/singer/actor currently living in Brooklyn, NY. I'm now accepting on-line students from anywhere in the world. In my 21 yrs as a teacher/coach/musical director, I've worked
Teaches students 10 and up
BM in Voice Performance from Eastern Illinois University
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate
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As a classically trained vocalist with undergraduate and masters degrees in vocal performance, I have well grounded classical training and am well-acquainted with classical repertoire. I hope to create well-rounded musicians who, in addition to being great singers, have knowledge in music theory and general musicianship.
I'm a voice and piano teacher based in Charleston, Illinois but I'm surprised all the time by how quickly my students have taken to online lessons! During my time at EIU I studied a lot of opera, classical music, and musical theater, but I also find great joy in contemporary musical theater and
Bachelor of Music in Trumpet Performance from Morehead State University
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Teaches students 5 and up
I believe that a beautiful sound is the most important thing. Rather than telling you how to get a great sound, I will demonstrate by playing everything back and forth with you. Learning a musical skill is accomplished through trial and error, thus we need to make mistakes in order to improve. I encourage my students not to be afraid of making mistakes. Perfection is not the target - a beautiful sound is the ultimate goal.
Hi! My name is Larry, and I really enjoy playing and teaching trumpet. The trumpet has literally taken me around the world playing for over ten years on various cruise lines, visiting beautiful places in Europe, Asia, Australia/New Zealand, and North/South America. Since leaving the cruise industry
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Brent has the ability to incorporate his musical training and knowledge in an easy-going yet structured manner, which has been very relatable to my son. Always mindful, Brent would express interest in what my son enjoys listening to, and/or would like to play on the drums, and integrate that with exposure to other genres, necessary musical theory, musicianship and technical skills. He would also provide valuable tidbits throughout the lesson and has pointed us to numerous helpful resources to aid in my son’s skill advancement. My son enjoys every lesson and actually practices without check-ins from Mom - no small feat for a 14-year old boy! (We have had the opportunity to see Brent play live a few times, which has been tremendously inspirational to my son.)
Brent is a great communicator and a wonderful resource when we have technical questions. He also lets us know in advance when a lesson may need to be rescheduled.
We feel very fortunate to have Brent as a teacher, as not only is my son learning about music, there are life lessons incorporated as well.
Thank you Brent!"
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