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Darla W.

Newport News, VA

About Darla

Hello, I am a professional musician with over 21 years of service as a military bandsmen. I've been stationed all over the world and have had the privilege to perform in some of the greatest concert halls. I love to work with students of all ages and can teach beginning-intermediate piano, and beginning-advanced flute. Prior to joining the military, I taught general music in the Texas Public School system. I have a bachelor€'™s degree in music education from the University of Texas at Arlington. I am a very active flutist in this area, performing with The Tidewater Winds, The Hampton Roads Phi
lharmonic, and various small chamber groups.

*** Lesson Details ***
I believe in creating a very positive environment for my students. I am very patient and upbeat. Whether you are a beginner, or more advanced, I can tailor the lessons to your needs. I will give you a solid foundation in the fundamentals of music in a creative and fun way! I enjoy working with students of all ages. If you are just starting to learn, or have decided to come back to music lessons, I believe you will enjoy studying with me! ***Also, be advised, that if you are a beginner, I only teach 30 minute lessons! This is best for all beginners, whether a young student, or an adult student!! (Also, FYI, we do have cats in our home!)

*** Studio Equipment ***
Home studio with an upright piano for lessons.

*** Travel Equipment ***
Music stand, instrument and any books I recommend.
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Zavier March 12, 2016
Piano · In studio
Verified Student
She kept my son captivated and excited to learn.
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Nancy I. December 5, 2015
Piano · In studio
Verified Student
I am returning to piano as an adult after many years away. Darla did a great job assessing and understanding where I am on the learning curve now and laying out a plan forward from there. She is very positive, encouraging and excited to teach others. I am looking forward to working with her to become a better player.
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Shannon M. September 21, 2015
Piano · In studio
Verified Student
Darla is a great teacher! My son has been taking lessons with her since he was 4 years old, he's 5 now, and I think that she is the best! I really like how patient she is with my son and the way she speaks to him just makes things click. Thank you Darla!
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Darla W.

Darla W.

Newport News, VA 23602
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$26.67 / 30-min
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Wesley S.

Williamsburg, VA

About Wesley

Hello there musicians! I am a full-time, professional music educator here to help you set and accomplish your musical goals. Let's keep it simple shall we? If you have a favorite song you'd like to learn, let's do it! If you want to learn how to read music and understand theory, we'll do that too. As a student, you can expect to learn concepts that are directly related to what you are learning. Can't wait to see you!
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Sarah July 12, 2016
Guitar · Online
In my opinion, Wes is one of the most talented musicians I know! He is so patient as well in teaching his students. You've found the pot of gold when you've found Wes!
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Ann July 12, 2016
Ukulele · Online
Wesley is a great educator who just gets it! He truly understands how to get the most from my 6 year old. Fun, organized, and flexible. Highly recommended!
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Ann July 12, 2016
Ukulele · Online
Wesley is a great educator who just gets it! He truly understands how to get the most from my 6 year old. Fun, organized, and flexible. Highly recommended!
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Wesley S.

Wesley S.

Williamsburg, VA 23188
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$22.50 / 30-min
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Laurice L.

Hampton, VA

About Laurice

​Lauricel, named by Maryland Public Television as "One of the Most Versatile Voices on the Planet", is originally from Jackson, TN. Ms Lanier is graduate of The Juilliard School. Lanier's strong vocal training comes from the incomparable, Edith Bers. Ms. Lanier has over 16 years of teaching music privately, directing choirs, conducting Master Classes, and performing in churches and performance halls in the US and abroad. Ms. Lanier is known as an exquisite and professional Performer and Entertainer, Piano and Voice Instructor, Lecturer, and Pedagogy Scholar.
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Laurice L.

Laurice L.

Yorktown, VA 23693
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$45 / 30-min
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Crystal G.

Williamsburg, VA

About Crystal

My name is Crystal and I've played viola for over 25 years. I can teach both violin and viola. I play professionally and just for fun. I have a bachelor's in music from Vanderbilt University where I studied with Kathryn Plummer. Although I've only taught sporadically over the years, I am looking to start a teaching studio now that I'm a new mom. The good news for you is that my rates will be discounted at first as I build my studio! I look forward to teaching people of all ages how to make music.
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Crystal G.

Crystal G.

Williamsburg, VA 23185
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$20 / 30-min
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Noriko M.

Newport News, VA

About Noriko

Love teaching any age students. Even if you are an adult as a beginner.
I used to teach an adult class for beginners in Huntsville AL, under Huntsville Symphony Department of Education that where I had the tenure as a viola player for 8 years.

I have Bachelor of Music and Master if Music in viola performance from the Manhattan School of Music in NYC.
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Noriko M.

Noriko M.

Newport News, VA 23608
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$30 / 30-min

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