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Associates in Liberal Arts from Kingsborough Community College
Teaching since 2018
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As a black woman , I am adamant on breaking stereotypes in the industry aimed towards black dancers. Yet at the same time, I find it important to broadcast the art of what we are also capable of creating when given our own safe spaces. African contemporary is a genre that showcases the technique of an individual yet the overall need for rhythm. My classes will brush on the foundations of technique. Finding your best turn out, the difference between pushing your body and forcing it, injury prevention, etc. Combining my current studies of physical therapy with my forever evolving love and training for dance, we BOTH will be learning our own bodies, what it needs, how we look doing certain movements, and how to do it WELL !
A college student who has been dancing as soon as she could walk ! I'm so excited to break barriers and teach you ! When you learn, I do too ! Get with the winning team ! We build confidence, prevent injuries, and learn our bodies on this side .
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Bachelor of Science from University of Cincinnati
I am a Certified & Accredited skin care Professional/ instructor who is currently working with aspiring models and actors from all across the world. I teach healthy skin care techniques, routines and offer product recommendations for specific skin types. I also incorporate healthy nutritional habits to help keep your skin glowing, healthy and vibrant.
Her approach to make-up is straightforward, less is more. With over 20 years of teaching experience to men, women and children, Nikisha brings confidence, knowledge and technique to all of her students. Her professional fun charisma assist them in just keeping it simple. Certified & Accredite
Teaching since 2010
B.A. in Advertising from UT Arlington
Piano Lessons with me will cover the core and fundamentals of playing but I allow my students the authority to learn music and songs that they enjoy to ensure the lessons remain fun and entertaining. I want people to always learn the basics to lay the foundation but what propelled me to a higher level was always making sure to have fun as I progressed in my playing.
HI! I'm Daniel. I have been a musician for almost 20 years! I started playing at the Age of 7. I started on the Drumset, and at 10 I picked up the Bass Guitar and at 11, the piano. The piano became my main instrument and is what I specialize in now. I am a music producer as well. When learnin
Speaks Korean, English
Teaching since 2019
Criminal Justice from California State University, Los Angeles
It is important to have teacher, student, and parents work together to see the accomplishments happen in the future. I make the lessons meaningful, so that my student can retain the information and practice effectively at home. My ultimate goal is to have my student think critically and listen carefully, so that they can become their own teacher.
I started playing the violin when I was 12 years old. Some of my notable teachers include: Ricardo Cyncynates, Rochelle Abramson, Guido Lamell, and Tatiana Chulochnikova. I enjoyed playing in the summer music camp at Interlochen and Curtis Institute of Music Summerfest for Adults. I performed as a m
Speaks English, Chaldean, Arabic
Teaching since 2014
Teaches students 5 and up
I have never met a person who regretted taking piano lessons!
Piano lessons are an excellent way to engage all parts of your brain while having fun.
My lessons include: note reading, technique, music theory, ear training, and musicianship.
Although I can teach a variety of genres, my specialty is in classical music.
Hello! My name is Ivan. I am a classically trained pianist. I have been playing the piano for 17 years and have been teaching for 5 years. I like to give my students the opportunity to not only progress in skill, but also enjoy what they are learning! My lessons focus on 5 things: - note rea
Ivan is passionate about music. His love for the art is evident in his enthusiastic and energetic teaching techniques. He is exceedingly patient with all students, encourages them, and coaxes the very best effort from each one. Although he is one of the best music teachers in the zone, his prices are extremely reasonable. In my opinion, he is worth every penny he charges, and I certainly believe I have received excellent service for my money.
It is my great pleasure to recommend Ivan Shallal as a music teacher. I am tremendously grateful to him for everything he has taught my daughter.
Speaks English, Serbian, Italian
Awarded October Prize in Composition from City of Belgrade, Serbia
PhD in music philosophy, composition and theory from University of Pittsburgh
Dr. Tatiana Grecic Dutoit is a Piano, Voice, Composition and Music Theory teacher. She has a PhD in Music Theory and Composition from the University of Pittsburgh and a Master's in Composition and Theory from Carnegie-Mellon University and is certified in two children's teaching methods, Suzuki and Kindermusik. She adapts her teaching method towards your goals and your pace. She teaches all styles of music and loves to play duets with her students.
Dr. Tatiana Dutoit has been teaching music at various schools, colleges, and universities (piano, composition and theory, basic musicianship, harmony, counterpoint, piano ensemble, orchestration, improvisation, notation, voice, and many other subjects) for over 20 years. She taught at Carnegie-Mellon University, the University of Pittsburgh, Chatham College, Community College of Allegheny County, New Mexico Highlands University where she founded and led the composition program, Bermuda Conservatory of Music, and Bermuda School for the ...
EXPERIENCE 2012 - to date Easy Music Center Honolulu, HI Piano, Voice, and Composition/Theory Instructor 2012 - 2013 Kailua Christian Church Kailua, HI Music Director 2008-2012 New Mexico Highlands University Las Vegas, New Mexico Assistant Professor of Music / Composition and Theory Chair
She's a quality educator and does an excellent job ensuring that her students grow in their skill.
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Can’t say enough how pleased (I am) when I walk away from every lesson with her! She is soft spoken and loves music, which reflects on her passion to teach others. She makes me think, she makes me work, but it’s a blast!
If you are serious about learning how to play the piano, I highly recommend Natasha as your piano teacher."
He is looking forward to his next lesson."
Alex is an amazing teacher. He is very patient with my 8 year old son. He's always on time and works around my schedule. He has a great passion for music and you can see that he loves to teach."
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