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Jazz Commercial Performance from Towson University
Mike P.Book Now
Having a great time learning the saxophone and learning about how to play it in any context!
Hello! My name is Michael Paxton, I am a current senior at Towson University and am eager to teach future young musicians how to play the Saxophone and to even teach them about music in general. I can also provide clarinet and flute lessons as well! I study Jazz Performance at Towson and I gig here
Speaks English, Russian
Bachelor’s Degree in Stringed Instruments, Cello from The State Conservatory of Uzbekistan, Tashkent, Uzbekistan
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate
I am a classically-trained and educated Cellist with deep experience playing with Symphony Orchestra’s, Chamber Orchestra’s, Ensemble’s, Quartets, and Solo. I am currently working at Loudoun symphony orchestra and Pro Arte Chamber Orchestra. If your goal is to start learning how to play cello, improve your skill, to play any particular piece, get ready for any special event, develop your sight reading or just enjoy playing this beautiful instrument - I am happy to help you. I know how to find inspiration, making interesting even exercise routine, we will work at developing your artistic and professional skills and find the best way to express yourself by the cello.
I am a classically-trained and educated Cellist with deep experience playing with Symphony Orchestra’s, Chamber Orchestra’s, Ensemble’s, Quartets, and Solo. I began my musical education at the age of ten, have played for 21 years, and have fourteen years of formal musical education. I specialize in
Oh, btw, I'm retired and over 65!!!
Bachelor's degree, music from Columbia College
Teaches students 7 and up
Teaching since 1995
I'm a versatile guitarist and songwriter of 30 years, teaching everything from the basics to songwriting, scales, modes, improvisation, and music theory. I regularly record original music and perform this throughout the United States, playing creative fingerstyle guitar. I'm absolutely enthusiastic about guitar, and I'd love to give you the tools so that you can find your voice on this wondrous instrument.
Hi! I'm a kind, creative, and funny human who is absolutely passionate about guitar. I'm a great listener, and I'd love to learn what type of guitarist you'd like to become so that I can give you the tools to become that guitarist. I teach the basics and can teach rock, blues, etc., but for those
Biology and Exercise Science from The University of Texas at Austin
Awarded Eagle Scout from Boy Scouts of America
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Hello! I’ve been playing guitar for over half my life and teaching for five years now. My love for music has played a huge role in my life, and I love sharing this passion with my students. Whether you are wanting to learn how to perform, compose music, or play your favorite song, I promise to help you achieve your goal. I’ve taught a variety of ages, and I truly believe it's never too early or late to learn an instrument. Every student is unique in what they are wanting to learn, so I promise to structure each student’s lessons to fit their individual goals and interests. It's also very important to me that my students enjoy each and every lesson, so the student is in complete control of their learning.
Hello! I’ve been playing guitar for over half my life and teaching for five years now. I first began learning guitar at a young age, and my passion for music has grown ever since. My musical education began with guitar and music theory lessons when I was ten years old and continued until I gra
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Ph.d in Music-Integrated Composition, Improvisation, and Technology from University of California, Irvine
Borey S.Book Now
10+ years of teaching private piano lessons in a wide variety of genres including classical, jazz, hip-hop, folk, country, R&B, and pop. I have taught students of all ages, from young children to adults, from both contemporary and classical music backgrounds. My teaching philosophy is holistic and incorporates keyboard technique, basic and advanced elements of rhythm and harmonic analysis, music theory, and ear training. Especially adept with teaching jazz piano and improvisation, from beginner to advanced levels. I am firmly committed to the education of students from all types of musical and cultural backgrounds. In addition to piano, lessons on accordion, music theory, composition, and electronic music production are also available.
Hi there! I have 10+ years of experience teaching and am currently available to teach lessons at your home. I can teach piano, accordion, composition, music theory, and electronic music production. I am adept at a wide range of genres including classical, jazz, hip-hop, folk, country, R&B, and pop.
Speaks English, English
Teaching since 2000
Guitar Performance from University of Colorado
I have been teaching acoustic guitar since 2000, and can teach anything from bluegrass to Dave Matthews.
TEACHING MISSION: Capture the joy of playing music. Inspire continual playing and/or practice, regardless of student's lifestyle/career choices. I start the first lesson with a student wish list (songs, goals, etc) and every lesson we take significant steps towards the goals. Skills: Guitar/Man
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I would also encourage you to take advantage of David's expertise as an engineer if you are his student. He has recorded many bands and is very generous with his home studio for his students. The ability to record without the pressure of "being in the studio" is huge. Even if you do not currently have plans to record, the experience of playing in front of a microphone is very educational and listening to the subsequent recording is a great learning tool.
Taking lessons are pointless if both sides are not engaged. David is a rare guitar teacher who is committed to the growth of every student. If you are similarly committed to your own growth, I can't think of a better teacher for you to study the guitar with."
Tommy taught me bass for about a year and in that time I learned more about my bass and amps, how to play better and read and interpret music better, how to play better with others and even music theory (especially as it relates to bass playing).
And I thought I was just going to get bass lessons!!"
She is a wonderful and alluring person with a beautiful voice. Incredible honesty and talent. I trust my voice in her hands. I feel very lucky to have found her."
What is singular in Howard’s approach to teaching the piano is that he incorporates his understanding of life itself into every aspect in how to play the instrument. By this it is remarkable how Howard applies his understanding of a person’s physiology to the most effective extent in order to achieve maximum technique, while always retaining and building on the nature of the player’s individual character/personality. Howard employs logic, common sense, very clear exercises in technique that even include the nature of gravity as in the physical use of the hands, wrists, fingers when playing the piano. Howard makes the learning of any aspect of playing the piano a wondrous journey of discovery and accomplishment. I cannot recommend him more."
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