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Paul W.

Chicago, IL

About Paul

I have played the guitar for twenty years and have studied a wide variety of music including jazz, classical, folk, blues and rock. I’m skilled in acoustic, electric and classical styles of the guitar. I have an open mind about music and can appreciate any style or type. I have a firm background on music theory, so I am able to explain what I am teaching. I excelled in all my classes in college, music and Gen Eds, with a GPA over 3.75. I also have experience in teaching guitar or bass to students ranging from the ages of six to sixty six. I enjoy taking what I have learned and passing it
on to someone else to experience. I believe this is one way you can leave your mark in music. I believe the experience I have playing in bands, and learning songs with my ability of having relative pitch will make my students improve quicker. I am also a very skilled sight reader and can recognize key signatures and musical notation. I’ve also been playing electric bass guitar for 13 years now and have the same skill set as my guitar playing. In fact I am hired to perform more often as a bassist than a guitarist.
I went to Columbia College between 2000-2003 and I completed a Bachelor Arts in Music, Concentration: Instrument Performance.
I also went to Harper College between 1997-2000 and I completed an Associates in Fine Arts of Music.

*** Lesson Details ***
I tailor all my lessons to the individual students interests and wants.
Whatever your goals are, I'll help you get there.
If you just want to learn music theory or how to write a song, I can teach you all that and more.
I will teach you how to read music but if you don't wan't to do that, I will teach you how to read tablature.
I'll push you to learn your instrument and to practice but I won't force to practice anything that you are not interested in.
After about 3-6 months of lessons with me you will be able to play songs that you wanted to learn and you will also know all the essential fun basics of your instrument.
Learning the guitar or bass is fun! And as your teacher I will make you want to practice.

*** Studio Equipment ***
Lessons will be downstairs which has music stands, guitars, cords and books.

*** Travel Equipment ***
My guitar and music stand. They should have a guitar and an amp if needed.

*** Specialties ***
Anything from classic rock to blues, jazz, classical, modern rock, punk rock, music theory, improvising and songwriting.
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BRIAN January 28, 2016
Bass Guitar · In studio
Verified Student
Knows his stuff able to break down so it can be understood very accommodating with schedule cancellations etc
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Nora January 25, 2016
Guitar · In studio
Paul is an awesome teacher! He's friendly and encouraging and never made me feel bad if I didn't have time to practice. I learned a lot in just a few meetings, gained confidence, and had a lot of fun. The lessons didn't feel like lessons and the time flew by. Thanks, Paul!
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Charly L. January 16, 2016
Guitar · In home
Verified Student
Great instructor! He definitely knows his stuff! Have learned a lot in a short amount time! Highly recommended!!!
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Paul W.

Mount Prospect, IL 60056
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$20 / 30-min
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Teresa L.

Ingleside, IL

About Teresa

I am a graduate of Northern IL University with a Bachelor's Degree in Music Education. I have 22 years of teaching experience where I have traveled to the homes. Students enjoy my passion that I have with the instrument.

I started teaching in 1991 and have been teaching several students since then. Attending teacher workshops keep me at a current updated level and I want to help the students learn to the best of their potential.

*** Lesson Details ***
I am very thorough in my teaching, which includes lesson, theory, technique, and performance
methods. I use a very easy, flexible
approach when it comes to the kids and their personalities. I expect a lot out of my students, yet still want them to learn and have fun.
After three months with me, they will have learned how my teaching style is and will be able to play several children's songs.

*** Travel Equipment ***
I don't provide any equipment when I travel except their books for the first lesson. I would expect the student to have a well tuned piano or a basic keyboard. The student also needs a notebook so I can write their homework down for them as well as myself to keep track of where the student is in their progress.[

*** Specialties ***
I specialize in teaching Alfred, Bastien, and Faber and Faber. I teach General Music, Classical, Jazz, and Popular. I teach mainly through the method books, and then use other supplementary materials as well..
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Danielle G. September 24, 2015
Piano · In home
Verified Student
My 9 year old daughter is on her third lesson with Teresa. It has been a very great experience. Danielle looks forward to each lesson, enjoys her time with Teresa and is progressing at the piano beyond my expectations - I can highly recommend Teresa!
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Connell A. September 17, 2015
Piano · In home
Verified Student
First day with Mrs. Terry my son was so excited he actually got to help pick what he wanted to play, since he lost his old teacher and summer came he lost alot of theory and timing. Terry is getting him back on track he had alot of fun
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Jack P. June 26, 2015
Piano · In home
Verified Student
Terri was great with our son! He enjoyed his lesson and looks forward to his next one!
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Teresa L.

Ingleside, IL 60041
(9)
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$34 / 30-min
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Jeremie W.

Grayslake, IL

About Jeremie

I just graduated from Columbia College Chicago in May 2014 with a BA in Music Composition. I studied under composers: Drew Baker, Kenn Kumpf, Ilya Levinson, and Marcos Balter. I've had performances and worked with members from the groups, Del Niente and Chicago's Composer's Collective.
I'm a self taught guitarist who has been playing for 14 years. I have played in numerous bands and ensembles ranging from jazz to folk to rock. I've been writing music for the same length of time. Song-writing, counterpoint, orchestrating, arranging, music theory, and composing are subjects I'm well v
ersed in and would love to teach to other people. I'm experienced with all kinds of music software, such as: Pro Tools, Logic, Garage Band, Cubase, FL Studio, Finale, Sibelius. If you want to learn how to write, record, mix, and master your own music, there's never been a better time to learn.
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Mary Jane D. November 18, 2015
Guitar · In home
Verified Student
Jeremie is a good motivator.It's my first day of guitar lesson and no background of playing any instrument but he shows patience,understanding and gave me a good advice that makes me want to continue to learn.Excited for my next lesson!
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buz October 7, 2015
Acoustic Guitar · In home
Verified Student
great start. he very gently told me that i was not ready to play what i had asked for, and assessed my abilities before starting me on something that was challenging, but doable.
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olga rodionova September 28, 2015
Guitar · In home
My daughter Sophie in one lesson with Jeremy learned more, then with another teacher.
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Jeremie W.

Jeremie W.

Grayslake, IL 60030
(4)
starting at
$30 / 30-min
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Michelle Kei I.

Arlington Heights, IL

About Michelle Kei

Michelle Kei I., a soprano of Japanese and American heritage, "uses her strong dramatic soprano to slice through the orchestra" in a varied repertoire that encompasses Verismo to Broadway. Possessing a captivating stage presence and praised as "superb," "gifted," and a "constant breakaway from the rest of the vocal pack," she has entertained audiences on stages around the world.

Those are the first two sentences of my professional biography. I thought I'd use them to get the ball rolling.

Ever since I can remember, I've always been a performer. I come from a very musical family. I was al
ways singing! I sang at home, in church, in show-choir and musicals at school - basically anywhere I could find an audience!

When I decided to go to college to study music, I chose the prestigious School of Music at Indiana University. I wanted to sing Broadway, but my father encouraged me to study classical singing first, so I'd have the foundations for a bulletproof technique that could endure a long and demanding career. I'm so glad that he did!

Who would have thought that I would learn to LOVE opera?!? It had everything that Broadway did, and so much more! Plus, I learned to fill a theater with the sound of my voice and soar over the orchestra WITHOUT A MICROPHONE!!!

Would you like to learn how to do that? I can show you how.

Let me help you find your REAL VOICE!!!

What you can expect from me:

- I will provide a supportive and effective work environment.

- I will make recommendations on repertoire based upon your goals

- I will provide you with an individualized regimen of study based upon your strengths and development, not a standardized format of study.

What I expect from you:

- Learn the musical selections we choose. Your lesson time should be used for improving your technique, not learning your music.

- Leave your outside life at the door. It will be waiting for you when you leave.

- Enjoy the process. Experiment. If it doesn't work, try something else. Take constructive criticism as an opportunity for improvement, not as a personal attack.

- Commit yourself fully! Be engaged. The benefit you receive is equal to the work you put into the process.
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Debra Adamson February 1, 2016
Broadway Singing · In studio
Verified Student
Professionalism is the first word to come to mind regarding Michelle. I have had over a decade of music and voice lessons with various teachers. By far, Michelle is the most professional educator. Michelle understands that our voices are like any other instrument, and has a holistic approach to the health of the body and voice. With her guidance I am confident I will sing healthy and strong well into my senior years. Personality would be met second word for Michelle. She is very engaging and as excited about my progress as I am. She inspires the confidence that we can reach our goals and beyond. This has been time and money well spent.
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Kenneth January 20, 2016
Singing · In studio
Verified Student
Excellent! I feel I will learn a great deal. Improvement in flipping into head voice will be very helpful.
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Jeannette W. January 15, 2016
Broadway Singing · In studio
Verified Student
I have had 5 lessons with Michelle, and they are going great! I got the lead role in my musical thanks to her amazing dedication and supportive teaching. I would definitely reccomend this teacher to anyone who wants to improve their voice or musical theatre performance.
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Michelle Kei I.

Michelle Kei I.

Arlington Heights, IL 60005
(10)
starting at
$35 / 30-min
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Jennifer O.

Round Lake, IL

About Jennifer

I graduated this spring with my master's degree in vocal performance. I specialize in operatic singing, but the fundamentals of good singing are the same across all genres, so I can work with you in whatever style you're interested in singing. I'll work with you to create a regimen to train your vocal technique to expend your range, vocal quality (how good your voice sounds in all parts of your range), the strength of your voice, your vocal agility, and your musical expressiveness. We will also apply the skills built with this regimen to repertoire that interests you!
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Tonia R. September 20, 2015
Singing · In home
Verified Student
Jennifer has been awesome to work with. My daughter is very comfortable and has learned a lot from Jennifer in the first round of lessons. We like her so much we've singed up for another set of lessons.
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Tina K. September 19, 2015
Singing · In home
Verified Student
Jennifer is a great teacher. She really has helped me grow in my voice and make myself more confident in my voice. She makes sure I'm comfertable with the things we're doing, letting me ultimately decide what we can do. She's a really chilled back teacher helping you learn while making everything fun. I couldn't be more pleased with her.
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Abby R. August 5, 2015
Singing · In home
Verified Student
I had a lot of fun. Condidering I'm a socially awkward human being, there weren't any awkward moments due to the fact she's a social butterfly. I love all the metaphors and phrases she uses to help me understand the music better and how to make my voice sound its best.
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Jennifer O.

Jennifer O.

Round Lake, IL 60073
(4)
starting at
$25 / 30-min

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