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Teaching since 2015
Bachelor of Music Degree in Contemporary Writing and Production from Berklee College of Music
It is truly unfortunate that so often music theory is presented as a mere collection of naming systems and rules. To me, understanding music with the mind is a key ingredient to becoming an effective and inspired artist. In music lessons, I teach not just how to talk about music but the fascinating complexity of how music operates -- the fundamental principles that illuminate the translation of sound into thoughts and emotional expression.
I offer instruction on a range of topics: composition, improvisation, theory, ear training, arranging, piano performance and more. While providing a broad, synergistic foundation in musical skills and understanding, I also encourage students to pursue their unique interests and inspirations. On the first lesson with a new student, I'll always go over the options for potential areas of study and work with the student to develop an appropriate course of study customized to their needs and interests. For information on the other areas of study that I ...
Ryan is a composer, author, pianist, music producer, and teacher. Ryan is the author of a music theory and composition textbook entitled The Theory and Creation of Music. He has won awards for his original music, such as his first place award for Best Original Film Score in the Montgomery County Fil
Teaching since 2018
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
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Fluent Spanish-speaker; highly skilled in reading, writing and verbal communication; BA - Spanish earned from University of Maryland, Baltimore County. All ages and levels welcome. I will help you develop your language skills through reading, writing and cultural exchange, but most importantly through conversation. The best way to build your confidence and your fluency is to practice speaking! Together we will create a practical and consistent plan, and soon enough you'll be able to order your favorite food from a Latin restaurant or ask for directions in a Spanish-speaking country like a pro! Contact me and let's get started!
I am a classically-trained guitarist and highly advanced Spanish-speaker with passions for music and cultural exchange. I want to share my knowledge and experiences with others so that they can find joy and beauty through these things too. I started learning guitar at 14, through informal lessons
Speaks Korean, English
Teaches students 6 and up
Teaching since 2004
I am a passionate and motivated instructor who loves working with students and sharing my love of music. I have been teaching professionally for 17 years. It is important that each student progresses at his or her own pace. I encourage this by setting realistic goals for my students at each lesson.
I love to teach students of all ages and abilities. I believe that learning music should be fun and enjoyable. It is my mission to guide and provide appropriate tools to educate musicians who will always have a lifelong passion. I am a passionate and motivated instructor who loves working with st
Celine and I went through a piano lessons book. It was very helpful learning how to learn a song. I got used to reading notes and how to practice. I came from being self taught through youtube and playing by ear for around a year or 2, but I never learned the traditional and more classical way. I really learned a lot from that.
Singing was more exciting because I grew at a pretty fast rate. Celine is really knowledgable about the different ways a person can use their voice and selecting out warm ups to help the growth of a specific singing technique. My voice got stronger and more stable. My head voice is more natural. My singing background was just doing it for fun since I was a kid.
Me and Celine both like kpop and korean music so I sang those as well as some English and Japanese songs. So pretty flexible there. She was able to give me really good recommendations for songs to sing based on my voice.
Speaks English, Mandarin Chinese
Bachelor of Science in Materials Science and Engineering from University of Maryland, A. James Clark School of Engineering
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate
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.
Teaching since 1988
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
I only signed up for singing, but Robert has taught me how to play piano and sing at the same time. You really get your bang for your buck :-)
Teaching since 1982
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
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!
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The textbook and workbook she had me get have been helpful, and I've been supplementing by practicing on my own using Duolingo. I think the combination has been really effective for learning the language. Yuexin has been great for correcting my pronunciation and teaching me how native speakers would actually speak and write."
We are a group of beginners, ages 25-65, and he has been extremely patient with all of us. He helps us improve our language skills in a fun, encouraging way. We look forward to continuing our lessons with him, and improve our Italian!
Listening to music, especially the internationally popular K-Pop (Korean pop music) or Korean Wave can be a fun way to learn vocabulary and conversational Korean. It’s easy to learn the lyrics to songs as you sing along, and this is the first step to learning proper pronunciation. It's also helpful to learn how to speak Korean with K-Pop because you will pick up common Korean phrases, as well as metaphors and slang. To begin, find your favorite K-Pop songs and look up lyrics that a …
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What Are Japanese Onomatopoeias? An onomatopoeia is a word where meaning is derived from a sound, or when a word sounds like how it looks. In English, we have onomatopoeias like "cock-a-doodle-doo" for the sound a rooster makes, or "crunch" for the act of crushing things. Onomatopoeias are quite common in many, if not all languages. We tend to notice them most in comics as sound effects: zippers "zip" and light switches "click." They're fun to say and they certainly aren't hard to learn. …