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About Isaac R.

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Northampton, MA

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I started playing piano when I was four and was trained classically. I went to Berklee College of Music to try out different styles of playing. I learned a lot about blues and jazz and I played in an indie-folk-rock band on the side! I've been teaching piano lessons since high school, and after Graduating from Berklee College of Music, I decided to teach in Los Angeles. I also compose on the side!

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I like my lessons to be collaborative and fun. My students have input on what they would like to play, and I try to find the best practice routine that works for them. But I also make sure to include technique and theory in any way I can, to get my students off to a good start.

Take lessons with me if you would like to learn fast by being inspired!

*** Studio Equipment ***
Upright Piano, Microphones, Guitar, Ukule
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*** Travel Equipment ***
I can provide instruction books and staff paper and writing utensils. Student should have piano or keyboard if lessons are taking place at their home.

*** Specialties ***
Blues, Jazz, Pop, Rock, Improvisation, Hanon, Czerny, Suzuki
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Isaac R.

Isaac R.

Northampton, MA 01060
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About Brett C.

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Las Vegas, NV
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About Brett
I have been teaching guitar and bass since 1996 and have taught students of all ages, skill levels, and in all genres. All of my lessons are student-centered meaning that I design the lessons based on the specific skills and topics that the student wants to learn. I won't waste your time showing you complex jazz riffs if you tell me you want to learn how to play punk rock! Every player needs to learn to develop their own style and I am here to guide you in your musical journey.

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I offer 30 or 60 minute one-on-one lessons, and I am also available for guitar, bass, and music classes for groups.

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Various Guitars, Basses, and Amps.

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I can provide a guitar or bass for my use, notebook papers, and pens/pencils. I expect the student to have their own guitar, and a
dedicated notebook to keep the lesson notes in.

*** Specialties ***
I am able to teach guitar, bass, and songwriting in all styles and genres with equal ability.
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Brett C.

Brett C.

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About David B.

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Worthington, MA
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David Bon-Keen has been teaching private lessons since 2011 and is currently available to teach lessons online, on campus at UMass, Amherst, as well as the greater Western Massachusetts area and the Capital District region of New York. . David's comprehensive approach to music instruction, has helped students to not only improve in facility and comfort with the instrument, but also to have an understanding of musical history, the historical evolution of the instrument, and the unique and exciting opportunities that the bassoon can offer.
David received his training at Hartwick College in 2010 where he received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Bassoon performance. David also holds an Artist's Certificate from UMass Amherst, and is a current Graduate Bassoon Performance major at UMass Amherst. As an enthusiastic music educator and teacher in
his field, David always looks forward to helping new students achieve their goals!

David also offers horseback riding lessons for students of all ability levels. a 22 year veteran of the sport, David has been teaching actively since 2007, as well as having shown at "A" rated horse shows, he has coached actively on the show circuit as well as collegiate teams in Oneonta, NY. David now teaches privately, either remotely on site with your own horses, either in a one on one setting or in a group! His all encompassing teaching style not only shows students the finer points of the sport, but also the importance of the concept of horsemanship, on the ground and in the saddle.
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David B.

David B.

Worthington, MA 01098
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$30 / 30-min

About Kseniya K.

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Andover, MN
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About Kseniya
I have been teaching privately all levels ,from young children to beginner adults, for 10 years. Also, I teach piano for beginner and intermediate levels.
I find great joy in getting to know each student and always create individually tailored lessons according to your needs and goals. I conduct my lessons in a friendly environment but my goal is that after each lesson student improves and learns something new.
AVAILABILITY: The calendar here is not up-to-date. Please send me a message what days/times work best for you and I'll try to accommodate. Thanks!

San Francisco Conservatory of Music/University of Music and Performing Arts in Graz, Austria/DePaul University
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Monica February 19, 2018
· Classical Piano · In home
My 6 y.o. daughter had lessons with Kseniya for 15 months before we relocated and she has learned a lot from her. From being a newly beginner to being able to play arrangements of famous classical pieces and also some movie songs my daughter was interested to learn. Kseniya also taught her how to read the music and explained a lot of theory rules to her. And I could see , she really enjoyed the lessons for all these months - challenging but fun.
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Zsofia September 29, 2017
· Violin · In home
If anybody would ask me to recommend a violin teacher, my suggestion would be Kseniya. (And Not only for little children!!)
I got to know her few years ago,and she gave me lot of energy,and pretty much happy lessons! :-) She plays amazing,and She's a great teacher!
Personality is always and important thing also,so if you would like to have happy,and of course still useful lessons, choose her!

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Kseniya K.

Kseniya K.

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About Amelia H.

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DeKalb, IL

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About Amelia
I am dedicated to giving my students a quality education and passionate about the arts.

I teach:

-Voice
Improve your vocal skills in a variety of genres, including classical, opera, jazz, pop and broadway.

-Audition prep
Whether its for the school musical, the solo in choir, national anthem or community play, I can help you nail that next audition with my tips and tricks for audition prep.

-Piano Fundamentals
Things like scales, arpeggios and basic chord progressions are important tools for singers to know if they want to run their own warm-ups.

Song Writing
-Learn basic chord progressions on piano and become a whiz at song-writing! I can help you with that hook you have been working on.

I studied Vocal Performance at Northern Illinois University, My genres range from classical, blues, jazz, pop and Broadway.
My choral experience includes the NIU Chamber Choir, Concert Choir and Opera Theater. Classically trained, I emphasize the importance of breath support and vowel placement. I also hold a strong love for the stage, especially musical theater. I am active in the DeKalb community as a primary cantor for the NIU Newman Catholic Student Center.
Aside from school, I enjoy music as a freelance performing artist writing songs on the piano, playing various venues across the Chicagoland area.
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James E. January 19, 2018
· Voice Acting · In studio
Throughout each lesson, I learned something new about myself. She was very patient, informative, and always had good things to say about you and your acting/voice skills. She helped awaken my creative theatre mind again and I’m thankful for that. I highly recommend taking her if you want a good experience in learning or enhancing your acting/voice skills!
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Jennifer R. November 21, 2017
· Audition Prep · In studio
My daughter, Jadelynn took lessons with Amelia to help her get ready for an audition with AMDA. Amelia was professional and extremely helpful. Jadelynn was very confidant after the prep classes and felt that her audition went very well. So it did, we just got the call that she was accepted and awarded two scholarships.
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Amelia H.

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About Angie O.

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Littleton, CO

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I started playing the piano when I was about 8 years old living in Salt Lake City Utah. My family would be watching TV or doing something else and I would go upstairs and play the piano instead. I practiced until I got to the level to play Beethoven’s Moonlight Sonata original composition. I still love to play that one. I also loved to play a piece my grandfather gave me called Cordoba, by Isaac Albeniz.

I have played bass and keyboards in an original band giving a good knowledge of musical body language. From there I went on to teaching private and group lessons at Pianos n' Pianos studios. I use a few different method books. When deciding which one to use during a lesson, I assess the age of the student and what they can absorb. I started supplementing their lessons by using a write-it-out method, where students can take a few lin
es from a song they like and combine it with other songs. That way they can “compose” and be more invested in the music we are playing.

If you play a wrong note, I tell my students to just keep going and to not lose concentration. Wrong notes happen sometimes. If you make a wrong note in a performance, you can’t stop, you just have to roll with it and keep going. I also encourage singing with the piano that helps learns pitches and notes!

When teaching young children, I make sure to give them variety and plan lessons only about 30 minutes long. For adult learner, it is very good to play piano to keep the mind active and sharp. So really any age, 6 and up, is a good age!
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Megan April 7, 2018
· Piano · In home
Our daughter really enjoys her lessons with Angie. Angie is very patient and relates well to children. She is encouraging and I really believe that my daughter will continue to learn and improve with Angie as her teacher.
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Sue January 30, 2018
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Angie is a great 👍 teacher. She keeps me on pace and improving all the time. She pushes and challenges me without feeling frustrated. Angie’s a wonderful teacher for people of all ages
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Renee January 30, 2018
· Piano · In home
My daughter, Lexi (12), has been taking piano lessons with Angie for over a year. Angie comes to our home, which is obviously super convenient, and never complains when our crazy dog jumps on her! Angie is always patient, encouraging, and kind. We highly recommend Angie!
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Angie O.

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About Rajan K.

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Amherst, MA
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Cellist Rajan Kapoor is an avid chamber and orchestral musician who has performed throughout the U.S. and in Europe. Rajan is currently serving as a string quartet fellow and teaching assistant to Professor Edward Arron at the University of Massachusetts in Amherst. Primary instruction has been with professors Marion Feldman at New York University, Miroslav Petras of the Academy of Music in Prague, and Alistair MacRae of the Brevard Music Center.

Rajan has served as principal cellist of the Vermont Mozart Festival Orchestra, Opus One String Orchestra, Brevard Sinfonia, UMass Symphony Orchestra, and NYU Opera Orchestra. Rajan has gained recognition in the Hellam and Mondavi Young Artist Competitions, and plays on an 1855 Goldmann cello generously loaned to him by the Carlsen Cello Foundation.

In 2017, Rajan helped found the non-profit o
rganization An die Musik NYC and currently serves as its assistant director. AdMNYC is a concert series bringing the people of New York City high-quality classical music at affordable prices. It presents internationally renowned performers alongside rising talents from the NYC community.
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bridget Q. April 19, 2018
· Cello · Online
i am not an amazing cello player and Rajan helped me with some challenging music and was very patient even though i messed up a lot.
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Rajan K.

Rajan K.

Amherst, MA 01003
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About Ben R.

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Granby, MA

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My name is Ben Rosenthal, your future teacher! I hold a BA in Music from Westfield State University. I am also 90% complete with my Masters degree in Music Therapy from Saint Mary-of-the-Wood's College. I have been playing the trumpet for 20 years, guitar for 15, and piano for 10. My horn of choice is a Bach Stradivarius model 37. I assist with coaching the trumpet section for the Youth Wind Ensemble of Springfield at Community Music School of Springfield. If you take lessons with me we will work on mainly classical music, as that is what I have been trained in. I am found of many genres of music and can gear the lesson to help whatever you would like to learn. I was in All States and Districts when I was younger and can assist with auditions.
I also teach the piano and guitar! I took piano lessons under the instruction of Deborah Gilwoo
d from Westfield State University and Kurtis John from the pop band The Last Goodnight. Please let me know if you have any specific questions about taking lessons with me. Looking forward to working together!
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Ben R.

Ben R.

Granby, MA 01033
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$35 / 30-min

About Philippe B.

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Washington, DC

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I am a professional trumpet player and teacher of all levels. I have performed across the US, Canada, UK, and Europe with groups the likes of the Cabrillo Festival of Contemporary Music, the Miami City Ballet, Naples Philharmonic, Southwest Florida Symphony, South Florida Symphony, the Aspen Music Festival, the National Academy Orchestra of Canada, the Henry Mancini Institute, the Dartington Music Festival in the UK. I also premiered a concerto for solo trumpet called Fanfares for the Apocalypse by Rome Prize winner, Ken Ueno which can be heard in my videos.

I have had the privilege of studying with some of the best trumpet teachers and players in the world. I earned my Doctorate in Trumpet Performance from the University of Miami. I have well over a decade of experience teaching trumpet at all levels including repertoire, technical he
lp, and even chop rebuilds. I am familiar and have taught nearly all of the major pedagogical trumpet methods including Arban, Schlossberg, Stamp, Thompson, Franquin, Caruso, and of course, CIarke. I went through a major embouchure change in 2009 and have come from barely being able to play, to playing with professional groups and making a living as a trumpet player. I am proof that dedication and hard work do pay off and can result in a real career playing the trumpet, despite the odds.

As your teacher and guide, I will commit to seeing you succeed and provide you with the necessary tools to do so.

“…visionary and tireless trumpeter “ Edward Carroll

“Philippe is a person that sees no obstacle that cannot be overcome. In fact, he sees that obstacle as a play-toy to invent and to discover new innovations with creativity and aplomb.” Russell DeVuyst, former associate principal Montreal Symphony.

“Virtuosity was decidedly the order of the evening. . . .P. T. Barnum probably would have said that the ability to bear witness to such a breadth of skills would have made last night’s concert worth the price of admission. On the whole, I suspect I would have agreed with him.”
Stephen Smoliar, SF Classical Music Examiner
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· Trumpet · In studio
Super knowledgeable about all things trumpet! Great teacher and performer
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Hailee December 20, 2017
· Trumpet ·
Philippe taught me for one year while I was a performance major at the University of Miami. I made more progress under his instruction than I did for the other 3 years of studies. He was able to instruct and assist me with problems I had been struggling with while under the instruction of a number of great teachers.
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Derek December 20, 2017
· Trumpet · Online
Philippe has been a colleague of mine through graduate school and beyond. I have learned a tremendous amount from his experience and skills, and have both experienced his teaching abilities and seen the success he has had with many different students. If you are looking for a knowledgeable, highly accomplished, and extremely experienced trumpet teacher then look no further. Philippe represents the future of brass pedagogy, where a systematic approach to fundamentals triumphs over the traditional sink-or-swim model.
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About Micah W.

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Greenfield, MA

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Hi! I'm Micah, and I'm passionate about making, writing, analyzing, and teaching music. I graduated with high honors in music from Haverford College, where I studied music theory, violin performance, choral singing, and composition. I completed a Master's degree at Harvard University in music; I studied the place of music in history and culture, and continued to study music theory and analysis.

What I especially love, however, is making connections with the music you or I enjoy. When I teach music theory, I always try to bring the focus back to that spark that makes the music so exciting in the first place. I also study folk music, and teach fiddle – I love that music like this is able to connect with so many people in ways that extend beyond the concert hall, and most of all let everyone have fun!
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Micah W.

Micah W.

Greenfield, MA 01301
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