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When I teach piano, I use the Alfred piano method books.
When I teach ensemble, I use the Carl Orff method.
When I teach Vibes and marimba, I use my own methods.
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Sterling, VA 20165
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New York, NY
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Alphabet, reading and writing, grammar.

From street to formal high quality expressions!

About Arron
Jeonghun Arron K. is a composer, arranger and singer.

He started his career in music by performing in many local bands and also working for game companies and movie OST in South Korea, after he got a degree in Music Composition and Education from Baekseok Arts University in Seoul in 2005. He found ‘Let Us Music Inc.’ and had worked as a studio engineer and a co-producer from 2003 to 2008.

He is a scholarship winner of Nyack College School of Music in NYC, where he studied music composition and singing. He performed as a choir member in many classical concerts; New York Philharmonic: PHILHARMONIC 360 at Park Avenue Armory, Requiem (Bradley Ellingboe) at Carnegie Hall and Nyack College Concert at Avery Fisher Hall, Lincoln Center.

His band 'Almost an Orchestra', released an EP album in 2012. The band arranged performed music for Oc
cupy Olympus, performed by Magis Theatre Company at Flamboyan Theatre, New York International Fringe Festival in 2013.
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Mikael K. December 16, 2018
· Singing · In studio
Arron was extremely helpful as a teacher and very encouraging. A wonderful coach.
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Bryana November 2, 2018
· Korean · In studio
Very patient and thorough, works at the students pace. Great teacher!
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Dominique September 7, 2018
· Korean · Online
Awesome learning experience! Aaron was very great at helping me to become more comfortable with my current level, and I learned so much in just the first lesson alone! Looking forward to more lessons to reach my goal!!
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Salt Lake City, UT

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안녕하세요!

My name is Alexandra. I lived in Korea for 16 months and started learning Korean language from scratch myself--so I know the effort it takes to master the basics and I know how to help you get there. I finished up a degree at the University of Utah with a minor in Korean studies in December 2016. I love sharing this beautiful language.

Beginning students can expect to learn how to read and write Hangul (the Korean alphabet) and will progress through basic conversational grammar and vocabulary. Korean includes three formality levels. I teach from the top down (most formal to least) so that student's can feel confident they are being polite and respectful even as they increase their ability to communicate.

About Alexandra
Alexandra Mortenson is a private violin teacher and writing coach in Salt Lake City. Her name means “keeper of man”, hence she has a wonderful husband, eight younger brothers, and a sneaking suspicion that she may end up with all sons. She loves to read, write, run, and hike in the mountains.

Alexandra is delighted by her opportunities to teach and help her students succeed in achieving their personal goals and ambitions. Please contact her with any questions or interest in taking lessons. She teaches the following subjects:

VIOLIN
Alexandra has been studying the violin for over 20 years, taking lessons primarily from Peggy Wheelwright and John England. She played in the youth violin group Pizzicato Strings and was concert master for her middle school and high school orchestras. Alex completed a music minor at the University of Ut
ah in December 2016 and enjoyed four years with the University Campus Symphony.

A few of Alex’s favorite pieces include Csardas (V. Monti), Symphony Espagnole (Lalo), Theme from Schindler’s List (John Williams) and The Devil Went Down to Georgia (Charlie Daniels).

WRITING
Words are Alexandra's passion, and she graduated in December, 2016 with her Honors B.A. in English. She has written for The Standard Examiner,The Daily Utah Chronicle, and LDSLiving Magazine, publishing a variety of articles and gaining experience in research, interviewing, writing, and editing. She has also worked as a research writer and editor for FamilySearch and has been accepted to present twice at the National Undergraduate Literature Conference. She enjoys writing short stories, personal essays, academic papers, biographies, and basically anything that includes words.

KOREAN
Alexandra learned Korean while serving in South Korea for a year and a half as a missionary for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. While there she taught and studied daily in the Korean language, and upon returning home she started the Korean Studies minor at the University of Utah, which she graduated from in December 2016.
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Rayan D. October 20, 2018
· Writing · Online
Alexandra is great! She is very good with son and has been effective in engaging him.
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Yvonne H. October 18, 2018
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Boston, MA
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I grew up in South Korea half of my life and I talk in Korean with my family and my Korean friends all the time. Learning a new language is very difficult, however, with my help, I can definitely get someone to a point where they can understand Korean without stressing out.

About Chan
I am a professional flute player, composer, beatmaker, producer, recording engineer, music theory tutor, and a Korean language tutor.

I am currently a semester away to graduate from Berklee College of Music. I am currently double majoring in Music Production&Engineering and Electronic Production&Design.
Before then, I was a student in University of North Texas double majoring in Flute Performance and Composition.

I have played flute since 15 years ago every week. I have won many awards as a solo artist, with an ensemble, and with an orchestra. I have been involved with Seattle Youth Symphony, PLU Orchestra, Northwestern All-State Orchestra, and more.

Besides being a flute player, I am a Music Producer, Recording Engineer, and a Beatmaker. I have been in this industry for 4 years and landed a position as a Head Engineer of an R&B Ens
emble. I work with many genres of music, but tend to favor in Electronic Music.

On the side, I teach Korean and Music Theory as I am very comfortable with those and have experience in teaching them.
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Beverly Hills, CA
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From my lesson, you may expect learning basic reading, listening, talking in Korean.

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I play bass guitar in the band shake city that reached 3 million views, so you may search it to see my playing bass guitar.

I studied popular music in USC, and not only learning bass guitar, I learned overall musical ability for playing instruments in any genre.

I also do songwriting, producing, playing electric and acoustic guitar, arranging, and teaching music theory.
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Richard Y.

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Los Angeles, CA

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I have experiences of teaching Korean (conversation, reading, writing and SAT) professionally at Korean School for kids and teenagers and casually for my friends and coworkers. I want my students to have more confident speaking in Korean anywhere from what they learn from my lessons. The lessons I give will be professional while being fun!

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Hi! I am a young Korean-American, working as an Accountant in Los Angeles. I have lived half of my life in Korea and another half in the United States. I have experiences of teaching Korean (conversation, reading, writing, SAT and culture) professionally to kids and teenagers for three years and casually to my friends and coworkers. Although I'm currently working full-time, I want to spend my spare time sharing my skills in teaching Korean language and Korean culture to people who are interested in. Hope you get a chance to learn a lot more about Korea and Korean language while having fun with the patient and friendly teacher!
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Amy S.

Amy S.

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I am an international student from Jeonju Korea. I do speak both English and Korean fluently from studying abroad from young age. I was born in Korea but started exchange program since I was around 8, and started going to school in the U.S. since 8th grade. I am currently a Junior year college student, but I have started teaching English in Korea since 2011, giving me experience as a language teacher.

About Wendy
Hi! My name is Hee Won Park, but feel free to call me Wendy. I am an international student from South Korea, but I am fluent in both Korean and English. I was born in Korea, and my parents still live there, but I started exchange program in the states since I was 8. I moved to the Hawaii for high school from 8th grade, graduated as the graduating class president. I am a Junior year student of University at Albany, in New York, receiving academic scholarship since freshman year. I have been teaching language since 2011, when I am home, I do private lessons, and essay editing for college students along with speaking lessons. I hope you pick me to become your teacher!
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Wendy P.

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