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Speaks Spanish, English
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate
Teaches students 5 and up
Elementary school principal and music teacher for more than 10 years. BA in Music, Graduate degree UMET, Puerto Rico. Recording and performing experience. *** Lesson Details *** Guitar: Strum and play chords, chord progressions and songs. Singing, finger picking, basic theory, reading music, com
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Teaching since 2019
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I am an 18 year old cellist and have played for eight years. I have had intensive lessons and multiple awards and accomplishments with playing the cello. I would love to work with beginners of all ages and teach them the wonders of the cello.
I have great experience with kids and helping other students with music. I am 18 and just starting to teach cello, but I have a high level of ability and experience with playing music that will aid me in teaching beginners. I am young and will be able to connect with younger kids and teens.
Speaks English, English
Teaching since 1999
BS from Morgan State University
-Proper sitting & standing posture
- Care & tuning of snare drum
- Proper grips and hand placement
- Stone & Moeller technique
-Basic rudiments development single stroke, double stroke, open stroke rolls, single, double, triple paradiddles, flams, flam taps, flamadiddle, flam accent, ruff family
- Reading simple rhythms & notes, whole, half, quarters, 8ths, 16ths, 8ths note triplets and 16ths note triplets
- Develop time keeping skills, working with a metronome or click track
- Intermediate drum set book
- Reading various time signatures
- More style studies such as, reggae, latin, gospel, rock, jazz, blues, samba, r&b etc...
- Enhance time keeping skills, working with a metronome or click track
- Use of brushes, mallets and hot rods on drum set
- Double bass drumming concepts
- Development creativity and endless ideas on the drum set for grooves, solos and drum fills
I received my B.S. & Music Degree with concentration in instrumentalists from Morgan State University. I have been playing since the age of three years old and have been teaching since 2004. In 2016, I was accepted as a member of the National Association of Music Merchants (NAMM). I am very well
Speaks Spanish, English
Awarded Fulbright Performing Arts Fellowship from United States Department of State
Teaches students 18 and up
I specialize in flamenco guitar, one of the most challenging styles of guitar playing. The techniques and fundamentals of flamenco are valuable resources for any guitarist, regardless of genre or style. While everything is taught through the filter of flamenco, students will gain a wealth of knowledge applicable to the guitar in general.
One can expect to start by developing a full technical routine aimed at developing stamina, strength, precision, and speed. All fundamental techniques will be introduced. Rhythm will be emphasized throughout. Harmony studies will be introduced where appropriate. Repertoire is given according to each student's capabilities and tastes, including resources for accompanying dance and singing.
PERSONAL BIO I am a North American flamenco guitarist currently living in Sevilla, Spain. My music is grounded in traditional flamenco and incorporates elements of jazz, classical, and world music. My fascination with music and the guitar began early, and I picked up the instrument in earnest at
Teaches students 10 to 80
Teaching since 1998
Awarded Miss Louisiana from Miss America Organization
In each lesson, I will identify immediate issues then put you on a weekly regimen to move you toward vocal balance.
I use Gary Catona’s Vocal Building technique to improve your muscular strength. After that, I will use a two-fold system of vowels (Catona) and consonant-vowel speaking combinations (Bauer) to balance your voice by training the articulators to work in tandem with your vowel placement enhancing your natural sound, support and create balanced breath pressure.
Specific to learning the Catona Method:
This is an intensive vocal work out learning the fundamentals of Gary Catona’s Vocal Building method. We will cover all mouth positions and how to execute each exercise properly. It usually takes two 1 hour lessons to get a grasp on the Basics.
*Please note I do not have to teach you the Catona method, but I highly recommend trying it.*
Each lesson is recorded (mp3) and emailed so you can listen and practice. Practicing is imperative to building your vocal muscles,
Hi! My name is Karmyn! Being a professional singer and actress I understand the need for an effective vocal technique that enables you to sing or speak consistently and confidently utilizing all of your emotional range without compromising the health of your voice. I can help you do just that! M
Speaks English Spanish
Teaches students 5 and up
Teaching since 2013
I'm a poet and songwriter. I mostly write poems that I turn into songs sometimes. I have published poetry books. I create children books with poetry too. I love to rhyme and have fun. writing. I have poetry awards. I would love to help you write poems and songs. ( For adults and kids) Take a look at my other subjects to learn how write a book and self publish it.
As an author of books for both children and adults, I love exploring other languages and cultures. I am passionate about writing poetry and songs. I love music, the beach and riding my bicycle. Most importantly, I am a lifelong learner and I love to teach. Some of my favorite subjects to teach incl
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Dr. Elizabeth proved herself to be a great teacher, who didn't only make my lessons fun (believe me, it's not that easy when you are at a certain age), but also made made things very interesting to me by relating the techniques I learned to string instrument writing (which is an amazing experience for a composer!).
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I am (also) a music teacher at UC Berkeley, and have seen all kinds of teachers throughout my career and I can confidently say that you can't go wrong with Dr. Elizabeth. I still continue my weekly lessons and am amazed how much I've developed as a violinist since we started working together.
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