I've been playing flute for over 25 years and teaching for over 20. My teaching approach emphasizes a dual classical/jazz approach.
While QUITE knowledgeable, I don't generally teach advanced levels. For beginners and intermediate levels, I can teach motivated students to progress very rapidly.
I just turned 49, and have been playing electric bass and guitar since I was 14, and took up flute a few years, later, and eventually saxophone as well. I graduated from St. Mary's College of Maryland in 1985 with a Bachelors degree in classical guitar, and have been teaching guitar and electric bass for over 25 years. I'm an eclectic player who has studied and integrated many concepts from varying styles including classical, flamenco, jazz, blues, and rock, and I've developed a unique and highly effective teaching method that draws from and builds upon the CAGED system and other established successful methods. My approach to teaching emphasizes simultaneously learning musical concepts, knowledge and skills, and is a highly analytical approach that stresses simplifying, understanding, ...
I am an experienced musician and teacher with over 25 years of experience! I was trained at the Boston and New England Conservatories BME and MM), and a DMA from Rutgers University. I have also been a former student of Leon Russianoff (NYC), Anthony Gigliotti (Philadephia Orchestra), and William Wrzesien (Boston Pops/Esplanade). *** Travel Equipment *** Students are to supply their own music stands, instruments, and music/supplies. *** Specialties *** I am consistent with teaching warm-up exercises, scales (major and minor w/arpeggios), lesson book, and solos. Lesson books and solo books vary with instrument and student interest.
Any saxophonist worth his weight in spit knows he needs to have his doubles down pat. I've spent many a night with this beast and am willing to enlighten other saxophonists (or other woodwinders in general) on its peculiarities.
Hello, my name is Gizmo, woodwind and composition instruction. I am 23 years old and have been pursuing music for over ten years. A Vegas native, I am an alum of the Las Vegas Academy for Performing and Visual Arts ('08 graduate!). I've studied extensively with artists like Nathan Tenouye, Dave Perrico and Dave Loeb. I am experienced with an array of different musical styles both classical (contemporary saxophone literature) and modern (jazz, sca, and more!) Weather gearing up for solo and ensemble festival and you need to learn the Fuzzy Bird Sonata or battle of the bands and you need to learn that one sca line, I can help. If you're interested in improving your ear or music theory skills, you're in the right place. I am currently finishing a Bachelors of Music at UNLV in Jazz
Thirty plus years teaching and performing professionally on the flute.
I teach musicianship along with the instrument. Fundamentals are so important but passion and fun with music are important as well.
Learning an instrument is not a linear process it is a series of "breakthroughs." "X" amount of practice does not always equal "X" amount of skill. My job is to coach and motivate you to the next "breakthrough" and then celebrate, reward and solidify your new skill.
Hi Everyone! I started playing flute in the sixth grade in Las Vegas in the public school programs. I was in concert band, marching band and the pep band in high school where I also played piccolo. I attended UNLV under scholarship as a flute and music major. I studied classical flute, performance, music theory and also picked up the guitar and piano as secondary instruments. I performed with the Nevada Dance Theatre Orchestra and with other classical groups in the Las Vegas area. I soon branched out to other genres and began playing professionally with rock and pop groups in the evening. In 2007 I received my certification in Pro Tools from Berklee College of Music. I opened up a commercial studio in Flagstaff AZ and recorded many artists. I moved back to Las Vegas in 2012 and still
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