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Speaks German, Spanish, English
Teaches students 5 and up
Awarded Georgina Lucy Grosvenor Memorial Prize from Yale University
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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
Speaks Italian, English
Teaching since 2015
Bachelor of Music Performance with Specialization in Trumpet from The Sunderman Conservatory at Gettysburg College
I have studied a great deal of brass pedagogy with notable modern brass pedagogues that allows me to not only teach trumpet but tuba as well. In our lessons, we will work on technique, ear-training, and music theory to help you achieve your musical goals!
I am a professional trumpet player, vocalist, and dedicated socially-justice geared music educator. I have attained a Bachelor of Trumpet Performance from Gettysburg College and am currently on track to graduate from Longy School of Music's double Master's Program in Music Performance and Music Edu
Teaches students 4 and up
Master of Fine Arts from California Institute of the Arts
Students who want to go next level of music. Will work on read notes and more.
Hello, future students! My name is Jihye and I teach Piano and Korean language. I grew up in Seoul, Korea and currently living in LA, California. I graduated from Kyung Hee University and earned a Master's degree at the California Institute of the Arts. I have been teaching piano for 20 years
Bachelors, Music Education from University of Idaho
Teaching since 2008
Teaches students Male: 4 to 20; Female: 4 and up
I have been playing the violin for 18 years and teaching for 10 years. My curriculum includes a heavy emphasis on sound quality and correct, relaxed technique, followed by musicality and a well rounded music education. My goal is for students to be well versed not only in how to play violin, but also be knowledgeable in music history and theory. I believe that students should enjoy their music lessons while utilizing their individual learning style.
I graduated from the University of Idaho in May 2014. I earned my degree in Instrumental Music Education and have been teaching privately for since 2008. My main instrument is violin, and I am qualified to teach viola, and cello. Before moving to Arizona, I taught many violin students through my ow
BA in Music from UCSD
Teaching since 2003
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
I have been teaching piano for 17 years and playing for 27 years. Lessons with me are customized according to your specific learning style and goals. I specialize in learning to read music, music theory, and technique. All ages and skill levels are welcome!
I am a professional pianist, keyboardist and accompanist and have been playing for 25 years. I studied music at UCSD. My specialty is musical theatre and I music direct and accompany shows throughout San Diego ranging from youth theatre to professional productions. I regularly play for numerous ven
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate
Teaching since 1994
Graduate Credits MME from Florida State University
I love working with beginner and intermediate musicians from those starting off in their school bands to adults wanting to reconnect to their instrument, or learn for the first time!
I've taught for more than 20 years. I structure lessons with a foundation of the basics, exercises and etudes, and literature. Music should be a rewarding journey that I want to share with you!
I've been teaching flute and band instruments for 20+ years and my students have gone on to enjoy making music, earning highest ratings at competitions, and having fun. Within the first few lessons, you'll be able to make your first sounds and as time goes on you'll be able to play pieces of music you enjoy. I specialize in focusing on basic skills which will allow you to grow as a musician as time goes on. I love working with students of all ages and experience levels and I can't wait to meet you!
My musical journey started when I was 9 years old when I decided that I wanted to learn to play the flute. I'll never forget my first flute teacher, and I would love to help you reach your musical goals! Recently I have had the opportunity to open my own music studio in my house, and I am thrill
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