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Speaks Spanish, German, Italian, French
Bachelor's of Arts from University of Maryland
Awarded Talent Based Scholarship from University of Colorado, Boulder
I have been teaching beginning piano for the last few years. I enjoy helping students to get started on the piano with correct position, music that is fun and beginning theory/sight reading.
As a voice teacher and voice coach, I strive to help the student get to where they want to be vocally. For me, singing is something that brings me joy and I hope to be able to share that with you. It took me a while to realize how much music and singing means to me. While studying something en
Music from Duquesne University
Teaching since 1968
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate
Roberta M.Book Now
30 years of experience with teaching privately, in the classroom and with choirs. I have had students in all levels of ability and experience I have had students from 5 to 80. Never too young or old to ENJOY MUSIC! I use a variety of different materials no course of study works for every student. Further goal discussion and assessment is ongoing.
I studied piano for 12 years, voice for four years and Organ for a year prior to going into Music school. I graduated from Duquesne university school of music in voice piano and organ. Following Graduation I continue to study with various teachers in the Pittsburgh and Washington DC areas. Though
Teaches students 10 and up
Bachelor's/M.Div. from American University/Capital Bible Seminary
Teaching since 2001
I believe everyone has the ability to sing … some better than others, of course, -- but regardless, I believe every voice can make a beautiful sound. I believe learning to sing requires team work: with the proper instruction and learning tools from me, the instructor, and with the dedication (practice, practice, practice) from you, the student, a well-rounded singer can emerge.
I began singing when I was five years old in church. I continued singing exclusively inspirational music until I was a teenager. At that time, in addition to the second soprano part I sang in a five-part harmony
a Capella (without instrumental accompaniment) Gospel group, I also sang in a couple of bands (Rhythm and Blues, and Jazz). My undergraduate studies were completed at the American University, where I majored in Communications (B.A.), and minored in Music, voice being my instrument. During my undergraduate studies, I was recruited and performed as the lead female vocalist for a Rock band that ...
I believe everyone has the ability to sing … some better than others, of course, -- but regardless, I believe every voice can make a beautiful sound. I believe learning to sing requires team work: with the proper instruction and learning tools from me, the instructor, and with the dedication (pra
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Teaches students 5 and up
Bachelor of Worship Arts from Nebraska Christian College
Taylor W.Book Now
Hey! Can't wait to meet you! My name is Taylor and I'd love to be a part of helping you take the next steps in your musical journey!
Hello! So nice to meet you! My name is Taylor and I currently serve as one of the worship leaders at Saddleback Church in Southern California. I am a music director, guitarist, keyboardist, singer, producer, and songwriter. As a guitarist, I have played since the age of 12 and started playing f
Speaks French, French
Music Education from Howard University
Teaches students 6 to 80
All musicians should have a grasp of music theory! This is how musicians can hear a song and play it…
There are only seven notes in music… I will de-mystify the study of music theory wherein you will no longer be a slave to sheet music.
You will express your feelings effortlessly on the piano, Just remember, "Good Musicians See What They Hear, and Hear What They See!"
Learn to Play ANY Style of Music… Rock, Pop, Blues or Jazz through your knowledge of Music Theory!
I began my formal study of piano at the age of five. I also studied violin, viola and tap dance during my youth. A very close friend and I founded the Young Senators, a R&B dance band which played throughout the Washington DC Metropolitan are. The group eventually became the “back up” group fo
Master of Music from New England Conservatory of Music
Teaches students 3 and up
Awarded Keynotes Scholarship Recipient. from The Keynotes Scholarship Foundation
First lesson we will get acquainted with your goals and what you are looking for out of lessons. Then I will assign fun technique building exercises along with goal pieces that we will work on together. Expect to have fun and enjoy music!
I began playing the violin at age 7 and I have enjoyed every moment since! I switched to the viola at age 19 and pursued both a bachelor's and master's in Viola Performance from the Cleveland Institute of Music and the New England Conservatory of Music. Music is always a journey and I have been luc
My husband and I were extremely pleased with the progress our son Thomas made with Dan. Thomas started playing last year and was progressing faster than the rest of his third grade class which is why we were looking for a private teacher to help him along. Before taking lessons with Dan I had a hard time getting Thomas to practice. Thomas has begun practicing all on his own because he has been genuinely inspired. Dan is a true professional who always on time and in a good mood to teach. He was so patient with Thomas and developed practice techniques unique to Thomas's situation. Dan is more than just a violin teacher, he is dedicated to inspiring each student to love music. Thanks Dan!!!
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