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Speaks English, Spanish
Teaches students 9 and up
Teaching since 2015
Want to be able to read music? Interested in being able to grab your flute and play your favorite songs? Want to impress your family and friends with some flashy classical pieces? Well look no further, I will help you build a solid foundation of music theory, sight-reading, ear training, and technique while tailoring to your personal needs and goals. All ages and genres are welcome, my only rule is to have fun, so lets get started.
I am a professional singer, pianist, songwriter, and recording artist. I graduated from Broward College with an Associates Degree in Music Technology and dual -majoring in Vocal Performance. My primary instruments are Voice and Piano, but I also play guitar and trumpet. All of my students can exp
Speaks Japanese, English
Bachelor of Art in Improvised Music Studies from San Jose State University
Awarded Latin Jazz Flautist of the 2010 from The Latin Jazz Corner
Music is a universal language, and it is for everyone.
I believe in a fun and safe learning environment, and my goal as a teacher is to have the student leave the lesson feeling inspired, encouraged, and connected. I was touched by music at a young age, and it remains to be the most amazing, and the most positive force in my life, and it's been truly rewarding to be able to share this magic with aspiring musicians.
Throughout the years, I helped many of my students develop a strong bond with music. Many of them have succeeded in school ensembles and became award winning soloists.
Upon graduating from high school, some have moved on to pursue music in college and beyond, while some of them continue to enjoy playing as a hobby : )
We all need music - now more than ever, as we live in this unprecedented times. My name is Mas and I have been serving communities around the world as an active musician and a music educator for over 20 years on saxophones, flute, and clarinet. I have been teaching private lessons as well as improvi
I enjoyed weekly lessons for about three years and really reached the point where I was constantly improving my clarinet mastery and getting closer to my performance goals. At one point, I became so enthusiastic, I also began saxophone lessons with Masaru!
I looked froward to meeting him for my weekly lessons and felt he gave more than 100% in patience, encouragement, and musical technique. He has a very warm, giving personality and when we were together, I made great progress and was very motivated to study and practice on my own.
I enthusiastically recommend Masaru Koga to other music students and wish I could be his student again!
Speaks Italian, German, French, English
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Teaching since 2014
Is it hard to learn a musical instrument? That’s usually the first question
people ask. My answer? Not at all! I teach music in three
easy steps: Speak, Read, Write. "Speaking" music simply means learning to
listen and play your instrument. Reading and Writing are what allow you to
pick up your favorite piece of music and learn it on your own, just like
reading a book. Whether you want to play in a concert hall or in your living
room, I will give you the knowledge and technique to help you make
music a part of your life.
Hi there! I am a professional opera and choral singer, pianist/accompanist, and Celtic harpist. I love all animals (especially dogs), and baking goodies for my friends, family, and students! I hold an MM in Voice, summa cum laude, from UCLA's Herb Alpert School of Music, and a BA in Music, magna c
Bachelor of Music from New York University
Teaching since 1995
Students work on Vocal Technique and Performance.
I graduated Cum Laude from New York University, where I received a Bachelor of Music in Jazz Guitar Performance. I have performed all styles of music on club dates, college shows, concerts, and recording dates. I have also released a full length commercial recording of my original pop/rock music
Speaks French, German, Italian
Master of Music (MM), Voice Performance from The Boston Conservatory
Teaches students 12 and up
Classical voice provides an excellent foundation for all styles of singing and is highly recommended at the start of any singer's training. Lessons in classical voice focus largely on breath coordination, pitch retention, vocal agility, and overall healthy technique that will set up any singer for success. Each voice lesson typically adheres to the following schedule:
> Time to discuss progress and answer any questions or identify problems that came up during practice between lessons
> Warm-up and technical exercises
> Repertoire work
> Discussion of goals and objectives for the upcoming week
Professional classical singer, writer, and music educator with over 10 years of teaching experience in all genres and styles including classical/opera, musical theater/ Broadway, pop, rock, R&B, and folk. Welcome! Allow me to introduce myself... After teaching students of all ages and experie
Speaks French, Russian
BA Theatre Arts; minor in Communication within the Entertainment Industry from University of Southern California
Teaching since 2012
Combination of theatre games, audition prep, and imagination exercises!
Alexandra has a BA from the University of Southern California (Recipient of Doolittle Award: Outstanding Female Performer of graduating class) and an MFA from the American Repertory Theater/Moscow Art Theater Institute for Advanced Theatre Training at Harvard University. Acting has taken her to Pari
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