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BA Film Scoring and Synthesis from Berklee College of Music
Teaches students 6 and up
Teaching since 2000
Ray T.Book Now
I've been playing guitar and piano since I was little. I've been playing professionally since I was 16 and can cover many styles of music. Berklee College of Music graduate.
I really love teaching and try to incorporate new techniques and technologies into my lesson. It comes down to getting to know you and making the lessons relevant to you.
I like to get to know my students so I can teach them from a point of empathy. *** Styles and Disciplines *** Jazz, Pop, Classical, Ear Training, Music Theory
Speaks Spanish, Japanese, English
Teaching since 2008
Teaches students 5 and up
We will work from the bottom up, starting with proper breathing and warm up exercises.
Scale work and technical drills are made fun through games and other means to keep things interesting :)
Repertoire work will be chosen according to experience level after basic assessment, we can work together to find something you enjoy playing.
Basic theory and music history will be addressed naturally as we work through new pieces!
I am more than happy to work on any other music you are currently playing for school or other ensembles.
Let's have fun and work hard!
Private Music Lessons and Music Therapy: Piano, Flute, Adaptive lessons, Music therapy Drake University: B.M. Music Education and Performance Saint Mary of the Woods College: MT-BC Music Therapy Yoga Alliance Certified Yoga Instructor My greatest joy is in sharing what I've learned, and
Speaks Spanish, English
Violin Performance from Oberlin Conservatory
Teaches students 10 and up
Thomas C.Book Now
I have been teaching professionally for the past six years. As a student who struggled myself in nearly every aspect of education, I understand the importance of individualized learning. As a teacher and performer, I look to find relationships between the emotional and intellectual facets of music. By doing this, I try to uncover the mystery of violin playing, allowing my students to gain an understanding that will last with them forever.
Every single student posseses the potential to fulfill his or her violinistic dreams. I cater my teaching around the goals of each student, while still instilling a high artistic integrity.
Though I center each lesson around building a superior technical foundation, duet playing, the theory of harmony, and aural skills are integral parts of my teaching. I strive for my students to develope a beautiful, in-tune, pure sound that can directly connect to their own emotional palette.
Hailed as "delightfully spirited, [with a] rich tone" (Cleveland Classical) violinist Thomas Cooper has appeared as a soloist with several American orchestras, including the Colorado College Festival Orchestra, the Coeur D'Alene Symphony Orchestra, the Credo Baroque Orchestra, the Dubois Orchestra
Speaks Norwegian, Spanish, English
Teaches students 5 and up
Teaching since 2011
I am a fully self-taught pianist...until I went to college that is. After 15 years of struggling to reach the highest levels of playing I could achieve, I have collected a few gold nuggets of secrets to make piano learning a LOT more fun and easier to understand. My approach to teaching is simple: if you're not having fun while trying to perfect your favorite song, I am not doing my job well enough. I always adapt my teaching style to fit the student's personality, mood and learning style (even on a week to week basis). I truly enjoy seeing the student SHINE and get excited about mastering a hard part in a song or playing both hands for the first time; if the student is happy and excited, I am happy and excited for them!
HELLO! My name is Cristian and I have a rather unusual history and background. I was originally a metal head who turned to piano playing because a lot of classical music sounded like my favorite band's guitar sections. After teaching myself from age 14 for 3 years, I was playing at a level that mos
Teaches students 9 to 75
Music Business & Management from Berklee College of Music
Teaching since 2020
Andrew M.Book Now
I have played guitar for 5 years and am currently studying at the Berklee College of Music as a guitar principal! I will take time to get to know where students are in their guitar playing, whether they have never touched the instrument before or are simply looking to learn more. This will help students learn guitar in an efficient and effective manner, and will get students to work on what they need to work on. Along with playing techniques, I am also well versed in music theory and can teach concepts of music theory during lessons. I am excited to teach the incredibly rewarding art of playing guitar!
I am a musician, music producer, and performer currently attending Berklee College of Music as a guitar principal. I first began playing guitar when I was 14 years old, but it was not until I was 16 that I realized I wanted to pursue music as more than a hobby. Since then, I have learned piano, b
Teaches students 5 to 18
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate
Bachelors of Science in Music Education (piano proficiency) from Pensacola Christian College
Sara R.Book Now
I have been teaching private piano lessons for over 10 years. Currently, I am teaching students ages 5-18 online piano lessons through Skype, Zoom, and FaceTime. Throughout my experience in teaching and working with children, I have developed a passion to teach them to love music and play songs that inspire them and keep them playing. It would be a great joy to have you join Sara’s Piano Academy and learn music that you love! Lessons consist of learning good piano posture and technique, playing fun songs, music theory, music games, learning good practice habits, and so much more!
Go ahead and send me a message with your questions and we can get you signed up.
I have had a love for playing and listening to the piano since I was about four years old. I started taking private lessons when I was nine and enjoyed playing piano all the way through high school. My experience in teaching beginner and intermediate students also began once I hit high school. Duri
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