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Teaching since 2007
Teaches students 5 and up
Bachelor of Arts from Morgan State University
I'm an experienced piano teacher for over 13 years that's looking to work with eager students of all experience levels from ages 5 & up! I structure my lessons so students learn what they want to learn, while also building a strong foundation in what they need to know to be successful.
Hello there! I'm Chanel N. and thank you for your interest in my studio. I have been teaching private lessons and recording music since 2007 and am able to teach lessons online or at Studio Nar, LLC located in the Towson area. My education career has afforded me the opportunity to be a graduate
Speaks English, Chinese
Teaching since 2013
Teaches students 5 and up
Wang L.Book Now
Experienced teacher with more than 6 years. Fine with all ages, all levels. All the lessons will be customized and catered to the needs/goals of each student. Not only you will be able to play your favorate song in no time, but you will learn a lot about note reading, ear training, music theory and more. Let's get the show on the road!
As an active violinist, Wang has a very long and high-quality musical history. He got his Bachelor of Music Degree in 2017 in China, Wuhan Conservatory of Music (WCM). During the college time, he achieved many performances among the China. He also began his teaching since he began the study in WCM.
Speaks English, French
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Teaches students 10 and up
Expect to cover such performance essentials as: preparation (how to time your skills to be your best self), visualization, confidence and channeling nervous energy, crowd communication, stage presence, and other factors that contribute to your caliber as a performer.
Andrew started playing piano at the tender age of 3. His mom wanted him to spend his endless energy on something artistic so she started him on piano lessons. Very early on it was clear Andrew had a natural, unique ability to connect with the piano. He played in school bands throughout grade school
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Teaching since 2016
Teaches students 8 to 70
Valentina is a cellist with 11 years of experience, currently, she is a professor at music academies; she has participated in national and international orchestras. She was part of the “El Sistema” in Venezuela, where she obtained her knowledge abilities to become the musician she is now. I like to see how my students grow and advance; I get involved in their musical growth, which helps them to develop each of their skills by giving them tools they enjoy to work on while they enjoy it.
Hello! My name is Valentina Hernández; I am a Cello teacher and orchestra player. I studied in the Venezuelan National Youth and Children Symphony Orchestras System "El Sistema”. Vicente Emilio Sojo Conservatory (Barquisimeto), "Simon Bolívar Conservatory" (Caracas). For 11 years I have dedicated
Speaks Italian, Spanish, German, Japanese
Awarded Mary Baker Russell music excellence scholarship from PLU
BA in music composition from Pacific Lutheran University
I have studied composition professionally and academically at Pacific Lutheran University and the Milan conservatory. I can teach both basic compositionally styles such as pop music (as well as how to use DAWs to create them such as Logic, and ProTools) to advanced classical compositional styles such as orchestral arrangement and modern compositional techniques such as 12 tone and polytonal music.
Hi guys! I am both a language and music teacher who lives in America at the moment. I both work as an English teacher for refugees near Seattle as well as play as a professional musician. I have been teaching for about 5 years both in America and in Europe. My most recent teaching abroad was in
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate
Teaches students Male: 5 to 15; Female: 5 and up
Teaching since 1982
Jeanne D.Book Now
Would you like to learn to play the violin joyfully and make great music from the start? Become a student of Dr. Jeanne Porcino Dolamore, whose versatile approach introduces students of all ages to an eclectic mix of classical, fiddle, and folk music from around the world. Dr. Dolamore has been actively teaching stringed instruments - with a violin specialty - and directing string ensembles for over 30 years in Colchester, England and the Hudson Valley of New York. She is co-author of the Flying Fiddle Violin series, and her ensemble, the Flying Fiddlers String Chorale performed and was highly recognized throughout the northeast, performing at music conferences and with artists like Ashokan Farewell composer Jay Ungar and jazz violinist Betty McDonald. Learning the violin should be fun and interactive - with each student reaching their full artistic potential and gaining a lifetime of joyful music making!
Jeanne Porcino Dolamore has been a string specialist for 30+ years. She received her Bachelor of Music from Crane School of Music, her MA from Long Island University, and her Doctorate from Concordia University Portland. Dr. Dolamore has actively taught strings, directed string ensembles,
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John emphasized how to shape musical phrases to make music as opposed to a collection of notes. He had a good ear for honing in on my weaknesses such as how some notes that I played stuck out or the movement of my arms. Most importantly, he taught me how to approach practicing the piano in an effective way. I learned how to listen to myself and how give each note, phrase, and piece the attention and musicality it needed to sound beautifully.
For an adult learner as myself, he was accommodating with how busy I was. He adjusted to my needs and work schedule and taught at a reasonable pace. However, he also never veered from his expectations and praised what I was doing right and provided methods to fix what I was doing wrong.
Although there were times when John expressed his passion for music by delving into tangents on the broader historical significance of pieces, his mini-lectures were never irrelevant nor inappropriate. For example, he commented on how in waltzes, the rhythm on the left hand would need to emulate how a Romantic era string section would play it. For anyone who is serious about how or why pieces of music are meant to be played in a certain way, John is great about contextualizing pieces to make them sound great.
Most importantly, he made practicing piano something that was both enjoyable and challenging, which is difficult to find in a teacher. I owe a great deal of my musicianship to John and he met my expectations of learning the piano. Thank you!"
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