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Teaches students 1 to 90
Bachelors of Music Education from University of Colorado
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Students from 5-95 are welcome. We will use the Alfred Premier Series, mainly the Lessons, Technique and Theory books. However, materials and methods are adjusted based on individual learning styles and interests.
A variety of rhythm instruments and games are used with younger students to build basic skills. Older students will learn music history with their lessons.
I graduated from the University of Colorado with a degree in music education, K-12. Following I spent a year teaching piano and voice in England and then moved back to Colorado and opened a home studio. I have had the privilege to raise my daughter while working in the home as a music teacher. We l
Speaks French, English
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate
Music Education from University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign
In the past 4 years, I have tutored dozens of students and worked with different trumpet players in my area. As a music major at the University of Illinois, I seek a way to continue my passion for teaching and seeing students develop into wonderful players. Trained in general music, theory, and skills in teaching, I can truly connect with your student and ensure that they gain knowledge and learn to love playing their horn!
The most valuable way a student can learn is if he or she has a positive connection with the teacher. In my case, I ensure that I understand not only the student's strengths and places for improvement, but also the uniqueness of his or her character and what teaching methods the student responds to. Every child is unique in how they learn, and all deserve a positive experience without intimidation and impatience from teachers. Teaching music also goes hand in hand with teaching your student dedication, work ethic, and strong character!
I am a current Music Education major at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, pursuing a minor in Psychology. I earned the John Phillip Sousa Band Award and the Semper Fidelis Marine Corps Musical Excellence Award for leadership, musical talent, and dedication in music. I was privately taugh
Speaks French, Italian, Russian
Awarded Best of Lessons from Best of Lessons
Teaches students 5 to 95
Classical music is my life passion and I am happy to introduce to my students the best of its piano compositions in styles from Baroque to contemporary. On the example of the chosen repertoire, we learn to define, compare and analyze the structure, harmony, theory and interpretation of classical compositions. Understanding of what was beyond the notes helps my students to discover the world of classical piano in the full aspect. Under my guidence you will be excited to learn to play more classical music than you ever did!
I am an experienced classical pianist with honorable degrees obtained from the most prestigious musical institutions in the world - State Academy of Music (Russian conservatory of music) located in Minsk, Belarus, as well as The College of Saint-Rose, Albany, New York, Unites States. Piano has been
Teaching since 2001
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Bachelor of Arts from Asbury College
I have a deep love of music theory and extensive knowledge of the subject and how it works on a practical level. Theory is great because it helps you DO things! If you want to improve as a performer or writer, growing in your knowledge of theory can definitely help.
I studied classical guitar and composition at Asbury College and later more in depth guitar studies rock, jazz, and classical at the Atlanta Institute of Music. I have been teaching steadily for the past ten years as well as spending my time with various other musical projects such as leading worsh
Teaches students 5 to 50
Musical Theatre - music composition from Pace University
Teaching since 2014
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Hi there! My name is Katy - I am a voice/songwriting/ guitar/piano/acting teacher. I have my own music releases/live band/ musicals and off broadway experience as a singing actor. I currently work part time as music specialist at AHRC - a non profit for adult with mental handicaps and special needs. BFA Pace University - Musical theatre
The William Esper Studio - Acting.
I offer singing lessons from the basics to advanced technique
Songwriting - the basics and performance
acting - basics/ meisner technique/ college prep/ monologues/ scene work
guitar - basics
Hey there, I'm Katy! I love to teach music, songwriting, and acting. I work with students of all ages, and special needs. My passion is singing and songwriting - so my time outside of teaching is filled with band rehearsal, recording, writing, and the occasional audition for musicals and plays I'm
Speaks English, Russian
Master of Music from Moscow Tchaikovsky Conservatory
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Having more than 20 years of experience of playing violin and viola including hundreds of performances around the world as well as studying with the renowned teachers in Russia and the US, I am combining the best traditions of classical training with my own unique approach. My lessons are fun and very productive. For me, each student is very special and I am always finding the way to unlock the potential of each and every one of them!
Hello everyone! Music is my passion and I love to teach and play violin. I've been teaching violin for 10 years as well as playing concerts around the world including Germany, Spain, Austria, Czech Republic, Russia, Lithuania and throughout USA as a soloist and chamber musician.
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Oliver is great. He has provided helpful instruction, advice about performance nerves, and has been super-flexible in scheduling.
Honestly, we were initially a little skeptical of online lessons. It took a few weeks to get into a routine, but now they are working out quite well. An advantage to the online format has been how easy it is to re-schedule when we have one-off conflicts, and it's actually kind of nice having lessons in your own home.
In a perfect world, we would love to take lessons from Oliver in-person!"
I came to Jeff as a rock player with /some/ skill, but stuck in the "pentatonic box". Jeff introduced me to the infinite possibilities of Jazz. I wasn't the most diligent student in the world, and even still, I learned some of the basics: how to read a lead sheet, how Jazz maps to the electric guitar, how to play faster, and /when/ to play faster. Jeff introduced me to some essential figures from the Jazz canon: Miles Davis, Freddie Hubbard, Jobim. In retrospect, the most important takeaway from "Jeff lessons" was ear training. He has a clever set of techniques for learning to hear and recognize intervals. Take lessons with Jeff and you'll learn how build chords, and to easily pick apart a piece of music and transcribe it. On top of all that, he's a pretty cool guy. :) Solid gold!"
Do you know a single man from Lexington, Kentucky helped shape the face of rock? If you didn’t, that person was Richard Hell, the front-man of the early punk rock band Richard Hell and the Voidoids. Their 1977 song, entitled Blank Generation, inspired other punk bands so much that it was named one of the 500 songs that shaped rock. With that said, it’s clear that it doesn’t matter whether you live in New York or Kentucky. If you have the passion and drive you can be one of America’s founding musical acts.
If you think you’ve got what it takes to revolutionize music genres then we don’t doubt it for a minute. However, we do suggest you first gain a firm background in music and your instrument of choice. Simply put, we suggest you learn how to play an instrument or sing with the proper technique by taking our Lexington music lessons with one of our certified TakeLessons music teachers. At TakeLessons we can teach you how to play the guitar, drums, bass, piano, violin and even sing, act or dance. Of course if you are an experienced musician and you want to make a career out of music, then you may want to consider our Lexington music lessons that cover music theory, performance, recording and even songwriting. With our talented and committed music instructors, we guarantee that you’ll be equipped with a solid musical background that’ll help you kick-start your career.
So if you want to be the next Richard Hell, be sure to join in on one of TakeLessons’ Lexington music lessons. Give us a call and let our student counselors help you book your first lessons with us. If you don’t find your experience exceptional, we’ll gladly refund the full amount you paid after your first lesson. So don’t wait, sign up today and let the TakeLessons team unleash the musician in you.
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