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Teaches Beginner, Intermediate
Music Performance from Longy School of music
Teaches students 3 and up
Claire J.Book Now
I am a conservatory trained flutist that loves teaching beginning to intermediate students. I approach teaching as a unique collaboration between me, the student, and their parents, when working with children. A single concept can be approached from many angles, and I am committed to finding the best way to communicate with each student. My goal as a teacher is to see the potential in each student, and help them reach the next level of mastery.
I have ten years of musical training and experience. I am a graduate of the Longy School of Music of Bard College. My studies in music performance have equipped me with the skills and knowledge to teach beginning, intermediate, and advanced students. Longy School of Music is committed to preparing
Speaks Spanish, Filipino (Tagalog)
Teaching since 2014
Bachelor of Music in Voice Performance from California State University, Long Beach
I believe that learning how to sing is one of the things we can reward ourselves to achieve a happy and better life that we lived in. As a Voice Instructor, I believed that this natural instrument has the power to move people and captivate the hearts of people through the singer's delivery of the text within a song being performed.
With that in mind, I always like to have my students achieve this valuable role. I also love to encourage and uplift my students through the very best of their capability learning wide variety of songs while maintaining a healthy singing throughout their instructions.
I am a Classical-Trained Singer hailing from the Southern California area. I graduated with a Bachelor of Music in Voice Performance at the California State University, Long Beach under the instructions of Steven Kronauer. I moved to the Boston Metropolitan area to pursue my Graduate Studies in His
Speaks English, Mandrin
Awarded 25th Music Festival of Beijing from Musicians Association of China
Bachelor of Music from Renmin University of China
A Chinese native. Ali began studying violin at age 4 with her uncle, well-known teacher Dayu Su. She majored in violin performance as a student of Xiaowei Chen at the prestigious Renmin University in Beijing, graduating at the top of her class. She then completed a Masters Degree with Bayla Keyes at Boston University (where she won the Bach Prize) and completed Suzuki Training at the Hartt School of Music at Hartford University, CT.
After apprenticing with her uncle, Ali went on to teach at elementary and middle schools in Beijing, where several of her students won first prizes in violin competitions. She is group violin teacher for the Chelsea Public Schools, and also teaches private lessons at the Ip Piano School in Boston
As a performer, Ali has played with the orchestras of the National Ballet of China and the National Grand Theater on Beijing; and in the US with the Cleveland Orchestra at the Blossom International Festival.
A Chinese native. Ali began studying violin at age 4 with her uncle, well-known teacher Dayu Su. She majored in violin performance as a student of Xiaowei Chen at the prestigious Renmin University in Beijing, graduating at the top of her class. She then completed a Masters Degree with Bayla Keyes a
Speaks English, Hungarian
Awarded Section 1st Violin from Boulder Philharmonic Orchestra
Bachelor of Music from Bartok Conservatory Budapest, Hungary
Gyongyver P.Book Now
I am from Budapest, Hungary. Studied violin and viola there and have been living in the US for 33 years. I am a professional musician performing and teaching. My lessons include a well rounded approach including scales, technique like etudes and real pieces. I also use Suzuki books for their wonderful repertoire.
Hailing from Budapest, Hungary, Gyöngyvér (Georgina) Petheö is a dedicated violin instructor, an entrepreneur and an active performer in the Boulder and Denver region. She began her career in the Hungarian Symphony Orchestra and subsequently settled in Colorado in 1986. She has since performed as
BS from Spring Garden College
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Teaching since 2013
Did you want to learn about music theory so that it will help in your music endeavors? I can help you. I'll start you with basic music theory then gradually advance you to more complex subjects.
First off, I want to mention something that potential Philadelphian students should be aware of. I can only go to certain sections of the city, and I can only give you lessons on weekday afternoons between 12-2pm. Sorry, no evening classes. I'll need time to travel between New Jersey and Pennsylvan
Teaches students 5 and up
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate
Teaching since 2006
Mat’s goal is to create lesson plans to fit each student’s unique learning style. Whether the student prefers the structure of studying through a book or wants coaching as they explore their own path, Mat will help them develop a strong understanding of the fundamentals of guitar to help them play the music they dream about playing.
Mat has been teaching guitar for 14 years, and has been performing guitar, bass, and drums with rock bands for 18 years. He studied music and guitar performance through years of private lessons, and has a Music Theory Professional Certificate from Berklee College of Music. Mat teaches everything fr
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