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Rebecca S.

Carlsbad, CA

About Rebecca

An international performing artist, Rebecca has most recently performed in 2016 with the Etruria Opera Festival in Viterbo, Italy as the title role in Suor Angelica of Puccin and First Lady in Die Zauberflote of Mozart. She has been a featured artist at the Tuscia Opera Festival in Italy from 2009 to 2016 as well as performing recitals and concerts in the Southern California area. In November of 2014 Rebecca organized and performed in the Suor Angelica Project, a fundrasier for the San Diego Opera. This collaboration with the San Diego Symphony and members of the San Diego Opera Chorus raise
d over $7500 for the Opera.

Since 2009. Rebecca is on the faculty of the International Lyric Academy of Rome and Viterbo, teaching voice and Italian lessons to the American students who come over to participate and learn. She has also sung concerts and recitals in New York City, London, Edinburgh, and various cities in Italy as well as locally here in California and Florida. Rebecca received her Bachelor in Music degree from the University of South Florida in Tampa, Florida. She is completing her Masters studies at the University of Florida, Gainesville. She has also studied at the Universita per Stranieri in Perugia, the International Lyric Academy of Rome, and the International Institute of Vocal Arts in Chiari, Italy. She is currently the Director of Music Ministries at St. Elizabeth Seton Catholic Church in Carlsbad, California, and teaches voice and piano privately.

Rebecca is a regular performer with the San Diego Opera and is a former member of the Master Chorale of Tampa Bay. She is featured on their 1996 release Christmas with the Master Chorale. Other recordings include Mahler VIII - Symphony of 1000 in the chorus with the late Robert Shaw. Other conductors and coaches Rebecca has worked with include Sir David Willcocks, Julius Rudel, Stefano Vignati, Dr. Robert Summer, John Mario DI Costanzo, the late Cesare Rufini, Diego Moccia, Annetta Monroe,
*** Lesson Details ***
Lessons are tailored to the individual student's initial abilities. In all genres of music it is important to breathe well, have breath support, communicate the emotion and character of the song, and eliminate vocal bad habits. These issues are different for everyone.

I teach a classical Italian technique of breath support and beautiful tone, and these techniques can be applied to all musical styles.

The student will be assigned and choose songs to learn and work on as we incorporate the techniques into the songs and vocal exercises.

Piano lessons and Italian lessons are also available from ages 5 and up.

*** Studio Equipment ***
CD player, 7' Boston grand piano, digital recorder

*** Travel Equipment ***
Yamaha keyboard.

*** Specialties ***
Voice, classical, pop, Broadway, opera, Italian, piano, music theory,
audition preparation. I specialize in opera but sing many styles, including pop, classical, and musical theatre; I teach all styles in piano.
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Kaylee August 16, 2016
Singing · In studio
Verified Student
Extremely patient and encouraging coach!
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John R. April 13, 2016
Piano · In studio
Verified Student
Rebecca has been teaching my daughter singing & piano lessons for over a year. She's very knowledgeable, pleasant to deal with and very flexible when it comes to scheduling. My daughter looks forward to each lesson and is progressing nicely. I would highly recommend Rebecca to anyone.
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Claire April 12, 2016
Singing · In studio
Rebecca is a fabulous teacher. She takes the time to understand your voice and is constantly analyzing your singing in order to improve it.
She is patient, up beat and encouraging while getting to the point in a clear and concise way.
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Rebecca S.

Rebecca S.

Carlsbad, CA 92009
(12)
starting at
$30 / 30-min
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Bella U.

San Marcos, CA

About Bella

I am a piano teacher with over 25 years of experience. I was hand-picked to began training at the early age of 6 through the Music School for Gifted Children in Russia. After 11 years of intensive training in piano performance and theory, I went on to complete my Bachelors degree at Music Institute of Russia. There I was classically trained in music education and accompaniment.

Soon after that I began to pursue my love of teaching and taught students of all ages in a music school in Russia. I am currently a member of HMTA, MTNA, and TMTA teacher associations.

I have worked at the Suzuki
Music School of Houston since 2000, instructing students in piano, piano performance, and theory. My students perform at several musicales and recitals every year to demonstrate their skills and receive recognition for their hard work. I take pride in getting them ready for their debuts and encouraging their interest in different kinds of musical pieces and genres. Those interested in putting in the extra effort for competitions can be entered into those as well.

Teaching is my passion and I believe that children gain so much more than just the beautiful skill of tickling the ivories. Students of all ages gain confidence, self-esteem, and a good work ethic. Music is linked to better math grades, improved memory, and coordination in general. I love that my job is helping students achieve their goals. I enjoy watching them succeed and explore their talents in piano.I believe that music is a gift which you can give yourself at any age. It will expand your mind and fill your heart. It is a skill which you and your family will enjoy forever. Although many of the students I work with begin at age 5, I have seen adults of all ages succeed under my tutelage.

*** Lesson Details ***
Students can expect to have a tailored curriculum based on their age, experience, and preferences. They can also expect a teacher who is patient, understanding, and demands the very best from the students to ensure that they are getting the most out of their lessons!

I am trained in both Traditional and Suzuki methods and alternate between them based on what the student wants. I often start the students on sight-reading and picking up the song by ear before moving on to more complex pieces. You will see your improvement and progress in just a few weeks time!

Initially I will provide copies of the musical pieces but will give my recommendations for a more permanent book. Students should be equipped with a piano or keyboard both for lessons and practice between sessions.

Many students play piano in hopes of continuing with their instrument well into their young adult and adult lives. Thus they seek to put their talent on college admissions applications. Requests for references and assistance in recording tapes to send will happily be fulfilled with advance notice!

*** Travel Equipment ***
The students would need to possess a piano or keyboard at their place of residence.

*** Specialities ***
I specialize both in Traditional and Suzuki methods.
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Teresa August 23, 2016
Piano · In home
We have been with Bella for 3 months now and my daughter has made exceptional progress. Although my daughter was not a beginner piano player, she was not challenged enough. Bella is direct and firm about her teaching and it has made my daughter be more disciplined. My daughter is proud of her progress and can't believe she can play multi paged pieces now. I would recommend Bella to any student who wants to take their piano playing to the next level. We are looking forward to the next recital to showcase her progress and achievement!
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Lydia M. April 4, 2016
Piano · In studio
My husband and I are so pleased with the progress our daughter has made with the Suzuki method. Amelia began playing with both hands way earlier than we expected. She loves playing all her favorite songs to her friends!
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Holly March 28, 2016
Piano · In home
Couldn't be happier. Bella is the perfect combination of strict and patient. My daughter looks forward to her lesson every week.
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Bella U.

Carlsbad, CA 92009
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starting at
$20 / 45-min
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Liz W.

San Diego, CA

About Liz

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Liz W.

San Diego, CA 92127
starting at
$30 / 30-min
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Rosy F.

Vista, CA

About Rosy

My name is Rosy Flores.
While I was attending college I worked as a Spanish teacher assistant. I also did an internship at MiraCosta College Oceanside CA, and have been tutoring Spanish for the last two years in the same college. I'm current working in my Master Degree in Spanish.
My background experience:
As a Spanish instructor assistant and as a tutor, I was responsible for teaching all the components of Spanish language, like pronunciation, grammar, composition and sentence construction.
I provided guidance to students on conversational and in writing Spanish. I created effective cl
assroom learning activities and prepared fun lessons plan.
My emphasis consist in teaching students individually, as well as groups. I make learning easy and interesting by using audio, and visual learning materials. Not only I teach students about the Spanish language and the structure, I also teach them about the culture and the origin of the language.
¡Bienvenido!
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Janessa Caracio July 13, 2015
Spanish · Online
Verified Student
Rosy is very flexible to my schedule. An excellent instructor. Personable and friendly makes for an easy learning environment. Thank you Rosy.
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Doug S. February 9, 2015
Spanish · In studio
Verified Student
After three lessons I've already learned a lot of the basics and foundation for speaking and counting in Spanish. She has a very organized and methodical way of teaching and is very patient, an important quality in a teacher.
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Rosy F.

Rosy F.

Vista, CA 92083
(2)
starting at
$30 / 30-min
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Sergio G.

Vista, CA

About Sergio

I am 100% Italian, not only "genetically". Italian is my first language (yes, I have an accent) and I am very "connected" with my culture. I was born, grew up and went to college in Sicily and came to the US for the first time in '89. I am social, very well educated, highly energetic and self-motivated.

Education is extremely important to me as I value any kind of "knowledge" very highly. A good education if indispensable for any kind of successful professional life. I have a PhD in Bio-Physical Chemistry and an MBA in Management.

I am a successful, dynamic business professional with e
ntrepreneurial drive. I possess a unique combination of strong advanced technical background with business acumen developed over my 25+ years of professional experience in Life Sciences, Genomics, Drug Discovery & Development, Medical Devices, Clinical Diagnostics, etc.

I am a highly active Investor with Tech Coast Angels (TCA), one of the largest and most active networks of angel investors in the US. I am the President & Chairman of the Board of TCA San Diego as well as a Member of the TCA Board of Governors. I am also a Member of the Board (Observer) of Savara Pharmaceuticals and Anabios Corp. I currently manage a highly-diversified investment portfolio of private companies across multiple industries, including Drug Discovery & Development, Medical Devices, Clinical Diagnostics, High-Tech, Software, Social Media, and Digital Marketing.

I am a people person and enjoy sharing my knowledge. Fell free to reach out anytime. I am very approachable and flexible. I enjoy working with kids very much as they are very honest and genuine.
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Sergio G.

Sergio G.

Vista, CA 92083
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$27.95 / 30-min

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