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Teaching since 2021
Teaches students 16 and up
Besker T.Book Now
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B. A. in Music Performance from Delaware State University
Teaches students 5 and up
I teach beginner to advanced students!
Hello, my name is Mr. Pleasanton. I’m a graduate of Lake Forest High School (2006) and Delaware State University (2015) with a degree in Music Performance. My primary instrument is Flute. I’ve been playing flute since the 5th grade. I’m highly motivated and energetic individual who has 23+ ye
Speaks Spanish, Mandarin
Teaching since 2015
BS, BA from Rutgers University
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Hello, my name is Joshua. I have years of experience in teaching children, in music and many other subjects---including work with special needs children. I have been in professional bands, composed electronic music for video games and YouTube videos, and written and contributed to textbooks on mu
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Teaching since 2014
Bachelor of Music from Musicians Institute
Lessons with me are like playing a video game that trains you to be good at music. Every exercise we do will generate a score, and you can practice between lessons in order to “beat your high score” during the next one. I've had tons of young students achieve college level proficiency across multiple domains, and can promise you that you will see a huge increase in your technique, music theory, and fretboard knowledge in a very short period of time using my simple and fun program.
Beyond that, one of my favorite things to do with my students is to teach them the concepts and techniques at the core of their favorite music and use that knowledge to help them write their own original songs.
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Morgan W. is a multi-instrumentalist (guitar, bass, voice, ukulele, piano), vocalist/lyricist, audio engineer, composer, and improvisor. He holds a Bachelor of Music Degree from Musicians Institute with a Minor Degree in Audio Engineering, and is a skilled operator of music software programs such as
Speaks Spanish, English
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Awarded Top Performing Instructor from TakeLessons.com
Let's praise the Lord with our voices. Let me help guide your voice through those wailing notes without strain and stress. You'll be able to sing service and service and still speak the next day!
Tanisha is a graduate of the prestigious Berklee College of Music's Vocal and Music Business programs. Since arriving to Los Angeles, Tanisha has built a solid career providing artist development services to professional entertainers, recording artists and actors. Her services include vocal coaching
Teaching since 2021
general from granby high school
Teaches students 9 to 18
Jayla S.Book Now
I would love to help others learn, especially with english being one of the most common languages used in america. My grandfather is originally from panama and he moved here and spoke no english he explained that he had a hard time learning english because he sorta had to pick it up as he went no one really taught it to him so i understand the frustration. Regardless of how difficult it may seem at times it is okay anyone can learn and i am here to help as much as possible.
Hello Everyone, i am a college student and in my spare time i try to learn new languages i make music and overall i just love helping people in any way that i can . School always came easy to me and i was the student that helped other students, I love doing anything positive or uplifting and i would
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I am a woman in my 40s with very little formal vocal training. I sing very part time in a cover band (mostly 80s & 90s rock). I have had weekly half-hour singing lessons with Arlys for the past 16 weeks. In just this short time, I have experienced a dramatic transformation in my voice and confidence. I have learned how to warm-up my voice, stand and breathe correctly, form vowel sounds to enhance pitch and tone, transition more easily through chest and head voice, and I have added at least 4 notes to the upper end of my âperformance range.â My stamina has increased as well. I can now easily sing without tiring or vocal fade-out for 90 minutes or more. Arlysâ strengths are her knowledge of how anatomy affects the voice, her ability to explain techniques in a variety of ways (so that at least one of them clicks for me), a prodigious sense of humor, flexibility, and a passion for both teaching and her own continuous learning. Arlys is delightful, and I wholeheartedly recommend her for anyone who wishes to sing better, especially shy singers, young people, and those who need to know âwhyâ or âhowâ something works."
I also wanted to mention Jeremy's follow up with me was cool in that he recommended a book for David and went the extra step to link it to both Amazon and a local music store to be sure I easily found the correct book. It's the little things like that that show tutors that care about going the extra step to make everything go smoothly."
I took lessons from Steve for almost six years. In that time, I progressed from a hapless amateur to a relatively accomplished, growing musician. Steve's lessons helped me achieve that level of growth. I couldn't recommend him enough to any level player looking for some guidance."
This teacher has great patience with me and I particularly like that she has many ways to get me to understand the concepts. I have enjoyed the lessons and while I struggle physically to play the piano, she does not give up on me and does not allow me to give up either. After a year with her, I am proud of the progress I have made and highly recommend her to any student of any level."
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A few weeks ago we discussed how to prepare for a gig, but what if you're stuck on the very first step of getting through the audition? Check out this expert advice from DC-area drum teacher Andrew T., who has experience working as a musician for Princess Cruises: As musicians, most of our gigs stem from informal auditions, which are typically very loose and relaxed. But what happens when you are asked to audition formally for a gig with a large corporation? From 2007 to 2009 I worked …
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A big part of drum set maintenance is knowing when to replace your drum heads. But when is the right time to do so? Of course, the right time will depend on how often you play - and also how hard you play. It can also depend on the sound you're going for, but a good rule of thumb is to switch out their drum heads when they start losing their original tone - they may sound dull, flat or worn. Other factors are if you notice dents (likely to happen if you're still using the stock heads), if you …
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