Clarksville Music Lessons for Teens
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Speaks English, Mandarin Chinese
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate
Bachelor of Science in Materials Science and Engineering from University of Maryland, A. James Clark School of Engineering
I provide private piano lessons customized to each student's skill, pace, and learning style. An age appropriate curriculum is chosen to maximize both learning and enjoyment. Students of all ages and abilities are welcome. During lessons, students will learn proper playing techniques, artistic expression, and music theory while mastering songs from classical, folk, jazz, and pop genres. If you're interested, please send me a message!
I have been teaching the piano since 2010 after graduating from the University of Maryland with a Bachelor of Science degree in engineering. My goal as a teacher is to provide students with the tools they need to succeed in their own musical journey, whether they pursue the piano for the rest of th
She's willing to adapt the lessons to your interest & level.
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Teaching since 1982
Hammered Dulcimer lessons, rentals available. From basic playing through advanced arranging, including theory in many styles.
Hammered dulcimer lessons - all styles, all levels, music theory included!
Speaks Spanish, English
Teaches students 5 and up
Teaching since 1999
Teaching percussion instruments typical in a school band or orchestra.
In a fun and engaging atmosphere we will develop the tools of musicality. I'm as comfortable with an absolute beginner as an advanced student. I've been a professional drummer and keyboardist for 17 years. The last 13 of these have been touring with Ringling Brothers & Barnum and Bailey Circus. I
Speaks Spanish, Malayalam, English
Teaching since 2016
Teaches students 5 to 15
Young teacher, ready to give beginner/intermediate lessons to aspiring violinists. Experience playing for 12 plus years and teaching others. Obtained awards at the state and national level and performed in concerts and orchestras throughout.
Hi! My name is Benita, and I’m 20 years old! I love playing the violin and have been doing it since I was in the first grade. I’ve had a lot of cool experiences and met some lifelong friends from pursuing my instrument. I’ve even performed on stage with Yo-Yo Ma. I’ll be a fun, and informati
Teaches students 3 and up
Bachelor of Music in Piano Performance from Peabody Conservetory of the Johns Hopkins University
Classical, Jazz, Blues and Improvisation. Current students are beginners to professional musicians and music teachers.
Creativity, skill and love of music are the key elements that I work to encourage in every student. Over the years my teaching has evolved and I find it gratifying to take people far beyond their own expectations while helping them achieve their goals. I believe everyone is musical and just needs
Teaches students 5 to 75
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
The most fabulous thing about being an artist is that boundaries regarding creativity are non-existent. The artist is always in a state of learning. Art is a progressive practice that takes time to develop.
Students will be introduced to the color wheel, basic materials needed, perspective, and the differences between realistic and impressionistic painting techniques. Materials are not included.
Acrylic painting lessons will be assessed based on the individual's current abilities and their goals. The students main objective is to learn, by painting what the individual wishes to paint (personal projects that sparks and continues the creativity within).
For virtual sessions, the student will need to create a conducive workspace that will allow teacher/student viewing of art work in progress. The student will need a workspace with lots of light. Often, I will ask to see the students progress, so that I may be able critique and give advise on their work in progress.
In my sessions, I am more than a teacher, I am a mentor and a counselor, I promote positive energy for positive outcomes. I am the Artist behind JFA Studio in Baltimore, Maryland. My resume includes graduating from the Baltimore School for the Arts and continued studies at the Maryland Instit
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