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Julianne E. Fountain Inn, SC

About Julianne

Holding degrees from both Mercer University and Clayton State University, Julianne Ensley began learning flute at age 10. Her adult flute study began with Catherine Bull, principal flutist of the Atlanta Baroque Orchestra, then for the past ten years with Christina Smith, principal flutist of the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra. She has studied in workshops with John Barcelona, Patricia George, Keith Underwood, and Tadeu Coelho. From 2008-2012, Mrs. Ensley served on the faculty of Gordon State College in Barnesville, GA as the flute instructor and director of the Wind and Strings Ensemble. After relocating to South Carolina in 2012, she served briefly as principal flute for the Fountain Inn Symphony Orchestra (2013). Her professional association affiliations include the South Carolina ...

David P. Greenville, SC

About David

The sole purpose of DSPS is to spread the joy and love of music to others in a safe and friendly environment. David P is a graduate of Southern Wesleyan University in Central, SC with a BA in Music Education and an MM in Music Education from Anderson University. Lesson include Voice, Theory, Guitar, and more.

Michael Z. Spartanburg, SC

About Michael

Play Guitar All Over The Fret Board! For Guitarists of all ages who are beginning, advanced and even for professionals playing by ear, who want to understand the theory behind playing all over the fret board. I am teaching my own eye opening method (book in the works) that will guarantee success in short time if you are willing to learn I am not teaching a particular genre - once you understand my method you may come up with your own!

Kimilee B. Greenville, SC

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Kimilee performed the role of “Christine Daae” in Webber’s Phantom of the Opera: Broadway, Switzerland, Toronto, US tour.  Also as "Carlotta" and “Madame Giry”, the only former “Christine” to play all three roles. NYC credits include Broadway’s The Pirate Queen; City Center: Josephine/ H.M.S. Pinafore, Mabel/Pirates of Penzance, Casilda/Gondoliers, Ida/Princess Ida, and Encores! Bye, Bye Birdie.  Other NY: Elsie/Yeomen of the Guard, Phyllis/Iolanthe, Angelina/Trial by Jury, Aline/The Sorcerer, Betty/Landscape of the Body, Stage Manager/Our Town, soloist /National Chorale (Avery Fisher Hall), and soloist in Handel’s Messiah/Lincoln Center and Utrecht, Holland. Regional Metropolitan Opera Auditions winner; regularly performs concerts worldwide.  M.M. Manhattan School of Music. ...

Jonathan D. Greenville, SC

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Jonathan is available for in-studio and online lessons and coaching. "If it sounds good, it is good." Jonathan has a BA and MMus in voice performance and has been teaching privately and in schools for well over 15 years. He currently holds an adjunct professorship at Anderson University. In addition to private voice, piano, and instrumental instruction Jonathan has taught bands and choirs on multiple levels for 12 years. Jonathan's breath of experience has enabled him to develop an understanding of common learning traits. "If a student isn't having fun, I'm doing something wrong" Jonathan is comfortable teaching students of all ages including special needs students, and he has developed a practice message that devils the efficiency of each hour of practice time. "Practice

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Writing a song can be one of the most satisfying experiences you'll have with your instrument! Guitar teacher Samuel B. shares three things every guitarist should know about writing a song on guitar... As a teacher, having you develop the ability to express yourself is my number one goal. Playing guitar solos is one form of personal expression. Writing songs is another. If you've never written a song, you might think of songwriting as something that only a few special people can do. In realit … Read More
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One of the most satisfying skills you can ever learn is mastering a musical instrument.  Whether it’s a skill you pick up in school, or you’ve come to it later in life, the sense of achievement you’ll get from mastering anything from simple folk tunes to complex sonatas and studies by the great masters is almost without equal.  The social element of music has been part of our society since civilization began, and without a doubt, music is the only truly international language, existing in every

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