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Teaches students 5 and up
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Teaching since 2007
Every lesson I teach is a unique and individual experience. I teach from a foundation based in the classical vocal style rooted in bel canto, however, I tailor every lesson to the student. I first determine what are the students goals and needs, and then we find the best approach for the student to learn. It is important that the student has a voice in what they sing, and how they learn; however, I will insist that they build a solid foundation to ensure that they become strong musicians who can sing in every genre if they choose, and can sing safely with vocal health as a number one priority.
Giustino C., conductor and baritone, is a musician with tenacity and passion. As an avid performer, vocal coach, and conductor he has enjoyed a musical career on multiple continents. His recent engagements include the role of Marcello in La Bohemé, and El Dancaïro in Carmen; he has appeared with
I would highly recommend him for you.
Speaks Spanish, English
Music BA with distinction from University of Virginia
Teaching since 2000
Music Theory by itself and through singing or your preferred instrument
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
Speaks Italian, German, English
Teaching since 2013
Master of Music, Voice Pedagogy from Shenandoah Conservatory
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Andrew Goldstein is an active singer and teacher in the DC metropolitan area. He is currently a member of the Washington National Opera and Maryland Lyric Opera chorus, and a member of the Potomac Vocal Institute Professional Development Program. He has performed in Virginia, Philadelphia, New J
Teaching since 1990
Bachelor of Music Performance from State University of New York at Buffalo
Teaches students 6 and up
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Experienced advice and detailed, personalized mental, physical, technical and conceptual preparation for performing in a wide range of settings including various auditions, NYSSMA, and more. See my bio for more information about me.
Eric is a third generation musician from Western New York. A multitalented artist, Eric has worked as a composer, percussionist, pianist, author and educator for most of his life. As a composer, Eric has received four prestigious Meet the Composer grants, a Utah Arts Council grant, NEA Foundat
Teaching since 2017
Teaches students 5 and up
Guitar Proficiency from Minooka Community
Hey there! I'm a multi-instrumentalist with a strong foundation in Guitar, Bass, and Drums.
My lessons are curated behind a few things:
-the understanding of music theory (scales, chord progressions, rhythmic structure, song composition etc.)
-student's requests to learn specific songs and creating original song
Because in my experience, you're not learning if you're not enjoying what you're doing.
After 6 years, of playing drums, I began my time as a guitar player. I grew as a guitar player tremendously fast because of my understanding and practice of rhythm. I began as an acoustic/folk guitarist, progressed into a blues/funk guitarist, and now play mainly jazz and neo-soul. I also am accustomed to teach many other genres. I now write, produce, and perform my own music and stream online.
When you take lessons with me you can expect that the lessons will increase your music theory knowledge, finger/hand dexterity, rhythm, ear training, performance abilities, and if
I am a Multi-Instrumentalist with a main focus in Guitar, Drums, & Bass. I have experience performing live, recording, and songwriting for 13 years. I focus my lessons around the understanding of music theory (chord progressions, scales, rudiments, rhythmic structures, picking techniques, etc) and
Teaches students 8 and up
Awarded Magna cum laude from University of Redlands
Bachelor of Music in Vocal Performance from University of Redlands
Michelle’s intention for each student is to support them in finding and cultivating their unique voice, as well as their musical and performance abilities. Michelle has been teaching Singing for over 10 years and her students have gone on to study music performance, classical voice and musical theater at the college and university levels. Some of her students wish to improve their singing abilities purely for their own enjoyment and fulfillment. Others have had great success with variety of singing achievements including school performances, competitions, community theater as well as going on to professional level performance opportunities. Within the first few lessons, you'll begin to get to know your unique authentic voice, have a greater understanding of how to use it in healthy ways and how to better cultivate your personal singing goals. As time goes on you'll gain the confidence and skills necessary to support you on your unique musical journey. Michelle loves working with ...
I believe that everyone can sing, it is just a matter of learning how to use your own unique instrument. From a very young age, as a performer, I was sharing my love of the arts with others. I grew up with an immense appreciation for the self-expression and creativity that result from all forms of
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This teacher has great patience with me and I particularly like that she has many ways to get me to understand the concepts. I have enjoyed the lessons and while I struggle physically to play the piano, she does not give up on me and does not allow me to give up either. After a year with her, I am proud of the progress I have made and highly recommend her to any student of any level."
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