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Speaks German, Spanish, English
Doctorate from Yale University
Teaching since 2005
Julia C.Book Now
I love working with people of any age and any level-- when a student is excited about music, it makes me unbelievably happy. I've researched many different teaching materials and methods and after many years of teaching, I've figured out some of the best ways to help students have fun while learning.
Hello! My name is Julia Clancy and I've been teaching music for over half of my life. I've instructed people at Universities such as Yale and the Cleveland Institute of Music, as well as beginners at home! After years of performing all over the world in orchestras and chamber ensembles, I'm ready n
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Associate of Arts Degree from Citrus College
Teaching since 1980
Matthew V.Book Now
I teach because I love it: I love seeing a student reach their goals.
I’ve been working with music students for long enough now that I am able to quickly determine what their next best action should be… the action that will enable them to grow & evolve as guitar players. I have a keen sense of ascertaining a student’s skill level, so that I can quickly get them into working on the musicianship skills that will transform their playing. My sessions are efficient: they are very effective, very quickly.
I love working with players of any level... just started out or a seasoned professional.
As a beginner, you can approach the learning process in a way that keeps it fun & exciting while building the techniques & vocabulary that you use every day.
The cool thing about the guitar is that all of the chords & strumming patterns that you learn from day one are the same chords & strumming patterns you’ll use as an intermediate or advanced player. You don’t have to start with super basic ...
I teach because I love it... I love seeing a student reach their goals. I’ve been working with music students for long enough now that I am able to quickly determine what their next best action should be… the action that will enable them to grow & evolve as guitar players. I have a keen sense o
Teaching since 2012
History and Music from Texas A & M University
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate
I have been playing music since I was 3 years old and have been teaching for the last 5 years. I set up every lesson plan to match what the student would like to learn as well as making sure to meet the parents goals and expectations. I work with all ages and all levels. I also work very well with those that have special needs such as Autism. Every lesson is engaging and exciting, it is never a dull moment.
I picked up music when I was very young and have never looked back. I started with the piano and then moved on to the violin, of which I competed regularly in up until high school. In high school I switched the viola and found it to me even more amazing. During high school I competed again in music
Speaks Korean, English
Teaching since 2005
Mater in cello performance from San Diego State University
I have experience teaching in a variety of settings level students. I am currently teaching students as a private teacher and I helped some of my students’ audition for San Diego youth symphony and school orchestra assignments. I also have experience not only teaching young musicians in a small group system also performing and playing as a cellist of chamber ensembles and orchestra.
As a music teacher, it is my goal that I want to give back the rich knowledge that I have received during my studies. I want to use my education and knowledge gained from SDSU to help students obtain a proper and valuable education. I desire to see young musicians refine and expand their passions and talents in music and use them to touch the lives of others.
About Rachel Eunhee
I am a professional cellist. I graduated from San Diego State University with a Master of cello performance. As a music teacher, it is my goal that I want to give back the rich knowledge that I have received during my studies. I want to use my education and knowledge to help students obtain a pr
Teaching since 2002
Teaches students 9 and up
Business Management from University of Oklahoma
Christopher B.Book Now
I teach difficult concepts in a way that even beginners can understand. I've had 25 years to understand what I missed early on that I should have learned and now how to teach it.
Concepts like intervals, modes, chord progressions, etc. are not usually taught in a way that is easily understandable. I'll remove all of the guesswork for you!
Hi, I'm Chris! I've been playing guitar for over 25 years. I love playing and I love teaching. My strengths include teaching difficult concepts (i.e theory) to beginners and intermediate players in an easily understood manner. Do you need help understanding chord progressions, how to create c
Teaching since 2018
Radio/TV Communications from William Patterson University
Teaches students 15 and up
David K.Book Now
I love the acoustic guitar and have been playing on and off for 30 years. I look forward to getting you started on your way to being the life of the party by accompanying your own vocals, or having your friends and family sing along with your newly discovered talents. In our beginner lessons, we'll learn some easy ways to tune your guitar, some basic techniques, strumming, picking and chord progressions. (we may even throw in a little music theory, but don't be intimidated.)
Hi! My name is Dave and I am looking forward to helping you. I have been working with excel for 25+ years and have tutored many coworkers over that time. I have used Excel for everything from Pythagorean's Theorem in Model Rocket competitions to Enterprise level solutions for Project Management. I
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