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Jonathan S. Winchester, VA

About Jonathan

About I am a Florida native, active doctoral student, teacher and practitioner. My career includes performing and recording as a guitarist and teaching subjects such as music or math. Grade-school academic strengths in mathematics represent my enthusiasm for the subject. The math equivalent in music can be considered music theory, which is another passion of mine. I hope to take these rounded characteristics to teach and influence others with what I have learned in my education and career thus far. Education & Teaching Experience: I am currently pursuing my Doctorate of Musical Arts from Shenandoah University and hold a Masters of Music from the University of Akron and a Bachelor of Music from Stetson University (all degrees with a guitar performance emphasis). I also have a ...

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Diane H. September 23, 2014
Bass Guitar · In home
Verified Student
Jonathan is a very gifted musician and teacher. He worked very well with our shy teenage daughter teaching her the bass guitar. He is very passionate about his craft and committed to his work.
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Carolyn W. May 13, 2014
Piano
Verified Student
level beg

I was satisfied with his lessons for my granddaughter
Donna G. Winchester, VA

About Donna

I am thrilled to be joining the teaching ranks of TakeLessons! Having just recently relocated from Lansing, Michigan in order to pursue a DMA in Voice Performance at Shenandoah Conservatory in Winchester, VA, voice specialist and instructor Donna G. is excited to work with a new crop of singers. While Donna lived in Lansing, MI, her voice studio facilitated in preparing amateur and professional singers for music and theatre auditions and performances for more than twelve years in the Lansing area. The goal of her voice studio is to promote vocal arts and current activities in the various public schools and communities represented in the studio. Donna also enjoys playing piano, vocal coach accompanying, working with diverse singing styles from classical to musical theatre and jazz/pop, ...

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Tina S. October 25, 2014
Verified Student
The confidence that Donna has helped me with is priceless. I feel we are achieving my goals.
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John N. May 15, 2014
Singing · In studio
Verified Student
With only three lessons as yet completed, Donna has help me a great deal to meet my singing goals, and I look forward to our next nine session.
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Greg L. February 16, 2014
Singing
Verified Student
Highly recommended as a singing teacher

I've been taking singing lessons with Donna for about 4 months. I'm a middle-aged guy who took up guitar a few years ago and realized that in order to be a well rounded musician I had to be able to sing. Before I started I was a complete disaster - really no ability to match a pitch with my voice, and very little vocal control. I have made huge progress through working with Donna. She just 'knows what to do' as a vocal teacher. Perhaps as important, her friendly and supportive attitude makes what could be very tense and humiliating (trying to sing when you can't!) into a fun and satisfying experience.
Kurtis A. Frederick, MD

About Kurtis

With over a decade of teaching students from middle school to college and beyond, I am comfortable working with all ages and skill levels. I hold graduate degrees in saxophone performance and jazz studies. Lessons with Dr. Kurtis A. are rigorous, interesting, and fun!

Terence M. Winchester, VA

About Terence

My name is Terence M. I am a Masters student at Shenandoah Conservatory studying classical guitar. I received my Bachelors in classical guitar performance from Ithaca College. Besides my classical studies I play in a folk band called Someone to Ride the River With (www.someonetoridetheriverwith.bandcamp.com). I believe that learning music helps us develop excellent interpersonal skills that are useful in all walks of life. The guitar is such an extraordinary and versatile instrument and I look forward to sharing my knowledge with you!

Kristin W. Leesburg, VA

About Kristin

I began playing at 4 years old. I loved classical music and taught myself by listening till I was 6 and started formal lessons. I continued lessons throughout high school with a Julliard graduate. During my senior year of high school, I had the amazing experience of playing in Weill Hall, located in the famous Carnege Hall, as part of the young artist showcase. While attending Vassar College, I continued to take private lessons with another Julliard graduate, as well as taking classes in theory. *** Lesson Details *** I have beginner to advanced piano books in both performance, lessons, and theory. *** Studio Equipment *** Full upright piano *** Specialties *** Classical Music

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Jan V. August 28, 2014
Piano · In home
Verified Student
Kristin has been so great for me. She is patient and kind, and she encourages me to stretch my learning and understanding. If her explanation of something does not sink into my brain, she explains another way. She is also a talented pianist herself and I love to hear her play.
Megan N. Ashburn, VA

About Megan

Megan is the principal piccoloist of the United States Air Force Band, Washington, DC. Originally from Pittsburgh, PA, my professional credits include principal flute with the Youngstown Opera Orchestra, Youngstown Musica Sacra Orchestra, and 2nd flute with the Warren Philharmonic Orchestra. I was a featured performer at the 2003 Jeanne Baxtresser Masterclass, winner of the 2006 WSU Concerto Competition, NFA Pro-Flute Choir Competition & the 2014 GMU Young Artist Competition. My Air Force Career began in 2004 with the United States Air Force Band of Flight, where I was a featured flute soloist for over twenty performances. A piccolo specialist, I have a passion for performing and teaching. With nearly 20 years of experience, I take a very light-hearted student-centered approach to ...

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Have you ever wanted to make your own music video? Here, voice teacher Liz T. shares the steps for creating your first video...   With technology today, making videos for your personal website or platforms such as YouTube, Vimeo, or Vine can be a great way to share your music with the world! I have released several videos to my original songs, and want to help you create your first music video. Follow my tips for creative inspiration! 1. Visualize Your Music So you've recorded a … Read More
Tips for Singers: How to Make Your Own Music Video
Have you ever wanted to make your own music video? Here, voice teacher Liz T. shares the steps for creating your first video...   With technology today, making videos for your personal website or platforms such as YouTube, Vimeo, or Vine can be a great way to share your music with the world! I have released several videos to my original songs, and want to help you create your first music video. Follow my tips for creative inspiration! 1. Visualize Your Music So you've recorded a
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The Real Secret to Improving Your Band's Sound
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