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Master of Arts in Theology from Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary
Awarded Partnership Program Full-Tuition Scholarship from Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary
Teaches students 10 and up
I am an orchestral clarinetist, K-12 music teacher and home school parent offering Christian clarinet lessons to students ages 10 and older. I graduated with a Bachelor of Music from Shenandoah Conservatory in Winchester, VA, a Master of Arts in Theology from Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary, and I have studied with teachers who graduated from Julliard and Manhattan School of Music. I have also been influenced by the teaching style and signature sound of clarinetist David Weber, as well as Russian and Slavic traditions of teaching, all of which emphasize the art of clarinet playing - the combination of proper technique with fluent, beautiful musicality. I have a passion to help my students enjoy making music for the glory of God and offer lessons which are fun and inspiring!
I am an orchestral clarinetist, K-12 music teacher and home school dad who teaches Christian clarinet lessons to students ages 10 and older. I graduated with a Bachelor of Music from Shenandoah Conservatory in Winchester, VA, a Master of Arts in Theology from Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary, an
B.M. Guitar Studies from Berklee College of Music
Teaching since 1995
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Justin P.Book Now
Lessons for beginning piano, guitar, bass, music theory, and ear training. Justin holds a B.M. from Berklee College of Music and an M.M. from the New England Conservatory. He has been teaching students of all ages and skill levels for over 20 years. Justin uses traditional and contemporary methods, instilling an appreciation of the fun and joy that music can bring.
Justin Piper resides north of Boston where he teaches, composes and performs. His 2016 album 'Avant Funk' has been re-released through Arabesque Records and is available from all major online retailers. His new album, 'transcend' was released in August 2017. He is the musical director for the ban
BM. Horn Performance from The Juilliard School
Teaching since 2013
Awarded Concerto Competition Winner from New World Symphony
Roy F.Book Now
Whether you are just starting to play the French Horn, preparing for the audition for your dream job or college program, or simply want to advance your playing to the next level, I am here to help you accomplish your goals! With years of experience playing professionally, I believe I have the knowledge and expertise to aid you in your music-related endeavors.
My lessons stress the importance of playing with a solid and healthy technique, as well as using our skills on the horn to always communicate a message musically that will impact a listener.
I am a professional horn player based in Boston, Massachusetts. Prior to moving to Boston, I have been a member of the New World Symphony in Miami for the 2017-2020 seasons. I have had the opportunity to perform as a guest musician with some of the world's leading orchestras, including the Metropol
Teaching since 2006
Awarded Morris M. Martin Scholarship from University of North Texas
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Music is an art form that I have a passion for and it is my goal for each student to find their passion with music in their own way. I can provide the tools and know-how to build a foundation of playing that will be enriching for you as my student - because it was the result of your own hard work and commitment. There are many sides to music and I am happy to work with whatever a student would like to play; be it a sonata, concerto, or ensemble work and even a pop song or two! I want to make my student's experience enjoyable and worthwhile. This is a safe space for you as my student to try new things without judgment or harsh criticism. This is your opportunity to set and reach your personal goals and artistic aspirations! I have the mastery and experience of playing in a variety of highly regarded positions both academically and professionally, and as a result of my own time working with world famous musicians. Finally, I understand music as a language that few can tap into, but all ...
Hello! I am an oboist as well as music theorist and I welcome students of all ages and abilities. I have 20+ years of experience playing the oboe with a master's degree in performance and a master's degree in music theory and composition. And I have continuously performed as principal oboe for doze
Teaching since 2009
Bachelor of Music in Classical Guitar from Webster University
Teaches students 7 and up
Learn to play the music that you love!
Learn to play music that you love. I offer customized lessons based on your interests and the things you most want to learn. Using proven techniques from years of performing, teaching, and research I help my students make consistent progress while having fun. ***Areas of study*** Performance
Then he breaks it down and takes the speed you are comfortable in learning and does not overwhelm you. I feel very comfortable with him and I am tons more advanced then I could even imagine. I’ve only done 3 sessions so far and can’t wait to see my progress with 5 more lessons to go. Great guy on top of it:). I highly recommend Trevor to anyone.
Music Education - Choral from Western Illinois University
Teaching since 2017
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate
Brianna B.Book Now
When studying with me students will develop the musicianship skills needed to be a well-rounded, real world musician. You will learn music that interests you, as well as, be exposed to genres and music styles you might not be privy to. Your vocal health is of utmost importance to me and we will focus on developing a resonate tone, free of unnecessary tension; In addition to, strengthening your diaphragmatic breathing techniques and aligning your body position. All while developing your sight-reading, music theory, and acting/performance skills and working together to overcome any obstacles you may face in the process.
Hey, I'm Brianna (: I've recently graduated from Columbia College Chicago with a Bachelors of Arts and Music in Vocal Performance. I started teaching lessons my freshman year of college for the Salvation Army where I taught beginner/intermediate voice and beginner piano and guitar. There my student
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