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Speaks Russian, English, Bulgarian
Teaches students 5 to 65
Violin Performance Masters degree from Longy School of Music
Viktoria T.Book Now
I have a personal approach to each student. I believe that everyone is different so the job of the instructor is to figure out what works for a particular student and how to present it best for faster, better understanding. I also believe that a good teacher is one that not only teaches the violin but plays it actively, professionally.
Hello, My name is Viktoria Tchertchian and I have played the violin since I was 5 years old. I have a BM and MM in Violin Performance as well as Violin Performance Diploma and was honored to receive full scholarships for all my studies in the US. I have taught the violin for twenty years in my pri
Teaching since 2008
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Teaches students 10 and up
Eric F.Book Now
My personal pedagogy is a combination of the basic technical and theoretical aspects of the instrument and what music the student is interested. It is paramount that students of all levels are learning their instrument through performing their favorite music. All necessary technical exercises can be adapted to a specific genre of music. I have many resources and a vast library of literature available for my lessons that I have compiled through my years at Berklee studying with the world's greatest bassists and theorists.
My main goal in every lesson is to be as time efficient as possible. We start with introducing new warm up exercises or new approaches to playing the instrument with confidence and facility. This is important for students of all levels so we can learn the correct ways to execute our favorite music in the most efficient way possible. From there I always spend the most time on the student's goals, like learning a new song or perhaps theory and improvisation. My ...
I began teaching privately in high school at the age of 16, what started as one weekly lesson quickly became several; over that time I developed a strong passion for teaching. Watching a student's talent grow is extremely rewarding to me. Over the past 11 years I have taken my knowledge gained thro
Teaching since 2020
Teaches students 5 and up
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate
Dylan J.Book Now
Hello! My name is Dylan, I am a graduate of the Berklee College of Music in Boston, have been playing guitar for 14 years, and I would like to teach you what I know! I have studied and performed a wide variety of styles such as Blues, Jazz, Rock, Indie, Folk, and Metal. I will tailor my lesson plans to what you would like to learn! So whether you want to learn theory and go to music school, shred like your favorite guitar hero, or just get a few chords under your belt and play your favorite songs, I think I can help you out!
Hello! My name is Dylan, I am a graduate of the Berklee College of Music in Boston, have been playing guitar for 14 years, and I would like to teach you what I know! I have studied and performed a wide variety of styles such as Blues, Jazz, Rock, Indie, Folk, and Metal. I have performed in indie ro
Speaks English, some Portuguese, some Greek, Some Spanish
Awarded Epilepsy Foundation Award from Raising $10,000 by producing and selling a dedicated CD
Bachelor of Music in Music Composition from New World School of the Arts College
I will teach you the fundamental basics as well as some tricks I learned from various artists I've played with. We will be using the Jamey Abersold books, Bob Mintzer books, and some of the tunes in the fake books. Also we will work on scales. I will also teach you how to write and compose your own music using my background music I send you.
Frixos states that his love for music probably started before he was born. “I’m pretty sure the Motown sounds my mother loved to listen and move to permeated to me through her.” Add to that his exposure to different ethnic sounds like Greek (his origins) folklore and contemporary music, Portuguese
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MFA in Performing Arts from Savannah College of Art and Design
Teaches students 12 and up
Teaching since 2002
I've been a professional singer and actress for over twelve years, performing on Broadway in Lincoln Center's Tony-winning Revival of "South Pacific" and touring the county with Rob McClure and Anika Larson in the First National Tour of "Avenue Q." I have an MFA in Performing Arts from Savannah College of Art and Design, graduated summa cum laude, and was the only female recipient of the Presidential Scholarship for Vocal Performance. My BA is in Arts and Education from Hobart and William Smith Colleges.
I teach all levels of singing and am familiar with different styles, like contemporary musical theatre, legit, belting, and pop/ rock. As an actor who sings I think it's important to connect with the text and let the vocal technique support those choices for the most compelling performance. My passion is creating audition cuts and crafting them into bite-sized yet complete scenes. Audition technique is key if you want to be in shows because someone has to cast you first. Over 95% of ...
My approach is both supportive and pragmatic, based on where each individual's skill set is right now and what your specific goals are. I've had the benefit of both formal instruction as well as a decade in the "school of hard knocks." Climbing up the ladder to earn my Equity Card on a Production C
Teaching since 1999
Doctor of Music - Flute Performance from Florida State University
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
I have been teaching flute for almost 20 years. I have a doctorate in flute performance and have done training and extensive research in body mapping and efficiency of body use. I take a very holistic approach to teaching and playing the flute. Each student is a person, an individual unlike anyone else. Every body is unique and therefore will play the flute differently than other flutists. When I teach, I aim to get to know the whole person in order to effectively work with the flutist. I work to get to know how each student learns and processes information. A flutist cannot become a good musician without making the journey their own. My goal is to give every student their own individual path to reach their goals, while also giving them the tools to use in their own teaching of individual flutists. I emphasize these specific areas in my teaching: the physical aspects of flute playing, including playing position and posture, breath control, sound and tone production, projection and ...
Flutist John Ross is an accomplished soloist, educator, chamber musician, and orchestral performer. He taught on the faculty of West Virginia State University and currently teaches for the Music for the Sake of Music summer program in Green Bay, WI. He has been principal flute of the Italian-Americ
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