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B.A. Piano Performance from Hartt School of Music
Teaches students 4 and up
I've been teaching piano for 14+ years. My goal as a teacher is to cultivate real, noticeable growth for each of my students. I accomplish this with a friendly yet disciplined learning approach, in which I provide my students with the environment to follow their creative passions while guiding them on the fundamentals of piano. In short, I supply the structure that best promotes each student's progress, by teaching them essential listening techniques, rhythm structures and stylistic approaches.
I specialize in traditional and nontraditional methods.
Speaks English, French
Teaching since 2019
Teaches Elementary, College
Garry F.Book Now
Medical Terminology is a Medical language that Doctors and Practitioners use to identify body parts and organs. In this subject, students will learn the root words, the combining form, the prefixes and the suffixes. This combination is necessary for students to understand the language, to interpret and build their own medical terms. You will learn this combination through me and I will assist you in your homework. Medical Terminology is important in the use of reading Doctors' diagnoses and providing accuracy in Medical Records and coding. A misdiagnosis can lead to a wrong treatment and eventually to a patient's death. Therefore, it is a must that students in Medical field be familiar with Medical Terminology.
My name is Garry F. I believe in God and in Education. I earned my Bachelors with Honors from Northeastern University in Boston, Massachusetts in 2010, and 2 Masters one in Leadership from Northeastern University in 2014 and another one in Health Informatics from Grand Canyon University in Phoenix,
Bachelor's in Elementary Education, Bachelor's in Music Education, and Master's in Reading and Curriculum from Grand Canyon University
Teaches students 5 and up
I teach Opera Voice and have extensive curriculum and teaching materials. During the first lesson, I determine the student's vocal range by having him/her sing up and down the scale. I teach vocal techniques, correct diaphragm breathing, correct singing stance, diction and vowel formation, emoting while singing, connecting to the song, memorization techniques, understanding music history, and much more. I have a B.A. in Music Education with a vocal emphasis. I have been trained in the Alexander Technique and have had 7 semesters of private classical voice lessons. Additionally, I have sang classical music in college choir and have sung a repertoire including "The Requiem" , "Gloria". and "The Messiah."
Karen R. was born and raised in a musical family in Lindstrom, Minnesota. Karen has loved to sing and play instruments almost all of her life, and became passionate about music early in her childhood. She has played 7 instruments proficiently including piano, bass guitar, acoustic guitar, ukulele, t
Speaks English, Chinese (Mandarin)
Teaching since 1990
B.A. Songwriting and Performance from Berklee College of Music
Seeking help with recording software? Protools, Garage Band, recording and mixing techniques? Lessons with a qualified instructor such as myself can help you learn 10x faster than studying manuals by yourself, and you will learn the tricks of the pros that are not taught in books.
Kevin T. is a music professor at MUM, Vice president of the San Diego Songwriters guild, and CEO of Songwriting Planet. He is an instructor of guitar, bass, voice, piano, songwriting, composition, orchestration, jazz arranging, music theory, ear training, production and engineering, and music busine
Speaks English, Mandarin
Teaching since 1990
Teaches students 4 to 95
Music is magic! You'll love your lessons with me and benefit from my teaching experience of over 25 years and my Bachelor of Music Education degree from the University of Massachusetts. My expertise and patience teaching children as well as adults will guide you naturally. Each student is unique; so your lessons and repertoire are customized to suit your needs. You'll learn the fundamentals of reading music, and you're welcome to bring songs you'd like to learn. What's important is to make learning fun, exciting and rewarding so that you will be challenged and have a sense of accomplishment and desire to progress. There are so many benefits to learning music, physically and mentally. But most of all, it's a skill to enjoy for your whole life!
Included with your lessons:
*opportunity to perform in virtual recitals twice a year
*weekly lesson notes
*fun learning games
You will love your lessons with me and benefit from my teaching experience of over 25 years and my Bachelor of Music Education degree from the University of Massachusetts. Whether you want to learn piano or sing, my expertise and patience teaching children as well as adults will guide you naturally
Teaching since 1995
Bachelor of Science in Education - Music from Missouri State University
Gwendolyn A.Book Now
An experienced educator specializing in student-focused lessons. Not every method will work for every student, therefore I will seek to customize the lessons to the students. My goal is to guide the students in reaching their goals and helping them enjoy the process. My skill areas are classical training, music theory, sight-reading, playing with expression, rhythms, chords and keys, accompanying, church music, error correction, and proper positioning. All ages and skill levels are welcome. Questions are welcome.
Looking for experience? Customized lessons? Encouraging feedback? Positive error correction? With a wide range of teaching experiences and a love of education, I am always searching for the best methods for my students. Seeking the best way to guide my students began with my education degree yet
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