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Bachelor of Performance in Vocal Music Contemporary Studies from Valley Forge Christian College
Teaching since 2011
I went to a Bible College and have received training to be a worship pastor. I can help you with the basics including theology, hermeneutics, biblical interpretation, and more. My goal as your teacher is to help you achieve a better understanding of the text. Contact me with questions.
Hello everyone. My journey into teaching has opened up so many doors for me and has made me a better instructor. I have been participating in music programs from the age of 3. Music is my passion. I have learned many instruments along the way, and I have pressed through to achieve not only my academ
Teaching since 2016
Teaches Elementary, Middle School, High School, College
Algebra is the foundation of all maths. It's my job to make sure using algebra is becomes second nature for you and maybe even a little fun.
My friends and family often call me a professional student. I completed my associate degree within my last two years of high school through dual enrollment. Throughout my school years, I've had many experiences with professional tutors and I paid attention to how they helped me learn. I've been able
Speaks English, Russian, French
Teaches students 5 and up
Teaching since 2009
Classical piano is a beautiful art, changing through time. It is a wonder to explore the different worlds of baroque, classical, romantic, and modern music. We will focus on expression and technique, learning the correct style for each period. From beginner Tchaikovsky pieces to sweet Chopin Ballades, it's all at our fingertips.
Scales- Learning the scales, including arpeggios, broken chords, and correct fingering are all essential to improving technique. And it can be fun too!
Etudes- From Czerny to Chopin to Liszt, all etudes are beneficial, and often required in college auditions as well as competitions. But a lot of them are absolutely gorgeous.
Memorization- A great skill to have is to be able to play from memory. Most recitals, concerts, auditions, festivals, you name it, are all played from memory. It's a fantastic way to improve thinking ability, and self confidence on stage, and your musical abilities.
Ear Training and Sight Reading- ...
Originally from St. Petersburg, Russia, I began my musical journey when I was five years old. I am still very passionate about the arts, and strive to learn more every day. I became a student of Marylene Dosse, a phenomenal pianist, teacher, and professor at Penn State, at the age of eight. Since t
Katie is a fun, light-hearted, joyous piano teacher. My lessons are 100% pure fun! She challenges me while inspiring me at the same time. She has taught me to play basic and simple pieces with amazing drama and interest. Her expertise shines through in each lesson I take. I contribute my progress to her showing me how to practice. Measures that would take me days at home take me ten minutes with her! Katie is definitely a rare gem. I feel privileged to have such a talented teacher.
She would be a rare teacher in her area with a mixing of Russian musical heritage and European teaching.
In spite of her young age she already has had several years of teaching experience and her students have made very good progress.
I would highly recommend her to students of all ages. She will make the best choice of repertoire, build technical skills and develop the musicianship that is necessary for making a difference for a lifetime love of the musical arts.
I have full confidence in her skills. I have love and respect for her and I am sure you will too.
Marylene Dosse, Distinguished professor emerita
Penn State University marylenedosse.com
Teaching since 2006
Awarded Grand Prize from International chamber music ensemble competition
While other instructors teach multiple instruments, my specialized knowledge of saxophone can get you farther, faster. I help students make quick and efficient progress in developing a strong sound concept, learning saxophone-specific techniques, making appropriate repertoire choices, setting smart
Speaks English, German, French, Italian
Master of Music in Voice from Cleveland Institute of Music
Teaches students 4 and up
Rhythm guitar, picking patterns and reading notes on the guitar are all taught.
Kathy believes that variety is the spice of not only life, but also music. Raised singing folk music with a musical family (think accordions, guitars and lots of vocal harmonies), she learned guitar and piano at an early age, but began singing even earlier. Her quest to give the world the best
Teaching since 2006
Teaches students 5 and up
I believe in the extraordinary power of music to communicate, to inspire and, often, to heal. That belief underlies all my work. I’ve been teaching Broadway style singing to adults and kids for over ten years, focusing on how to produce a big, beautiful, and vocally safe sound. My students run the gamut from musical theater and opera professionals to kids and total beginners.
My goal is to help you find the power to express through singing your unique self. It doesn't matter whether your voice is professional quality or whether it's even "good" in the conventional sense. It's YOUR voice. It has its own sound and characteristics, its own particular beauty, and the world needs to hear you!
I have advanced training and expertise in the function of the voice, but the most important qualities I offer as a teacher are the simple human ones: understanding, patience, imagination, kindness, enthusiasm, respectfulness and absolute commitment to helping you meet your vocal goals.
I believe in the extraordinary power of music to communicate, to inspire and, often, to heal. That belief underlies all my work. My goal is to help you find the power to express through singing your unique self. It doesn't matter whether your voice is professional quality or whether it's even "
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