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About Elaina R.

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Fort Wayne, IN
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About Elaina
Whether you like Mozart or Carrie Underwood, good singing is good singing. The fundamentals I teach support healthy, sustainable vocal production that you can use in choir AND at karaoke night.

My teaching experience is considerable--I've addressed hundreds of high school students in choir coachings, led workshops at the Indiana Music Educators Conference, guided groups of children with disabilities through reading rhythm, and encouraged undergraduate music students through final performances. All of this has honed my ability to assist singers of all experience levels as they find joy through comfortable, beautiful vocal production.

Unlike many classically-trained singers (I have Master of Music from the University of Michigan), I consider myself a crossover artists and perform music of all genres, including pop, jazz, celtic, fol
k, and musical theater. I believe singers should be flexible, and I love teaching all kinds of music. As an active performer, I am well-versed in the emotional aspects of singing (including stage fright) and am happy to assist students through those challenges as well as the mechanics of the voice.

Whether you are considering a career in music or just want to brush up your shower singing, I'm game! To find out more about me and my teaching style, search for me on the TakeLessons blog, for which I've written extensively.

*** Lesson Details ***
30, 45, and 60-minute lessons available; 30-minute lessons recommended for children below the age of 14. Lessons begin with vocalization with specialized warm-ups targeting technique (proper breath control, vowel clarity, and relaxed singing), while the second half of lessons is spent on music. You may choose your own music or ask for suggestions.

Three items to bring to lessons:

A three-ring binder with loose leaf paper OR an electronic tablet for notes and music
A pencil
Water

*** Travel Equipment ***
A keyboard or piano must be available for in-home lessons. Students should also keep a lesson binder, notebook, or tablet for music and note-taking. Some music may have to be purchased, but I can supply some, especially in classical/musical theater genres.

*** Specialties ***
I specialize in classical singing, musical theater, jazz, and pop genres.
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Pierre L. July 27, 2015
· Singing · In studio
Elaina is incredibly talented yet she remains accessible to her students. If you’re looking for a patient teacher that can improve your singing, then you cannot do better than her.
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Charles B. July 6, 2015
· Singing · In studio
Very helpful and informative.
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Gabby J. June 25, 2015
· Singing · In home
Very professional, engaging and knowledgeable
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About Emil L.

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San Diego, CA
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About Emil
I have MM degree in Violin performance and Orchestral Conducting from Europe and Russia and can teach you the Right Way Violin, Viola, Piano Music Theory, Conducting anywhere in San Diego in your own home or in my studio.
My students learn the music they want to learn including classical, jazz, pop style and how to improvise.

I use Russian & European Violin, Viola and Piano methods with Suzuki Books incorporating Scales and Etudes for technical development of the student.
Study with the Best Russian and European methods with results!
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Bryan October 25, 2018
· Violin · In home
Emil was a great instructor, very knowledgable and patient. I have improved in all areas thanks to his instruction. He would even stay late occasionally to play violin solos with me playing rhythm guitar!
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Emil L.

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About Monika J.

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Brooklyn, NY

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About Monika
When music is done right,it transcends language and words. That is one of my favorite quotes. Being able to express yourself through singing is like a religious experience if done right. My passion for music goes beyond the technical aspect, but rather the personal experience, and the personal connection. It is like taking listeners on a journey without visuals but just a melody. That is what I try to instill in my students.

I have a background in opera and gospel singing. I have a degree in music. I also taught children's choir at a public school as well at a church. My goal is to teach students how to maintain and strengthen their voices metaphorically and physically. I have a set lesson plan for students that are offered weekly to students that will help with pitch, rhythm and breathing. Along with the weekly lessons, I teach basi
c music theory as well as some music history to students. Students will learn songs from a set list of songs and will work on their own songs.
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Haydee B. November 5, 2018
· Singing · In studio
Monika is amazing!!! I instantly felt super comfortable opening up to her about my singing. She is a dedicated teacher who puts thought into your individual needs as a singer! I have noticed progress in, not only my voice, but my confidence with singing. I would recommend her a million times.
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Stephen C. August 9, 2018
· Singing · In studio
Monika is a great teacher. I've seen a real improvement in only 2 months of lessons! My confidence has improved and friends tell me I sound better when they hear me practicing. Monika puts a lot of thought into her step by step lessons and really cares about choosing the right songs and exercises for her students. She's very organized, well-prepared and reliable.
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Etsy R. June 12, 2018
· Singing · In studio
Monika is an excellent teacher. She really breaks it down so that you can truly understand why and how you're using your voice. I've seen tremendous improvement with my voice and singing since starting my classes with her.
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About Joe A.

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Adrian, MI
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Professional bassist/teacher with over 20 yrs of experience. Teachers/mentors include Victor Wooten, Marcus Miller, Steve Bailey, Gerald Veasley, Gary Willis. I have taught and staffed for Victor Wooten's Bass Nature Camp and Gerald Veasley's Bass Bootcamp for over 15 yrs.
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Dawn C. August 6, 2017
· Bass Guitar · Online
Joe is a terrific instructor, he's patient and a lot of fun. Joe teaches at the perfect pace for me and provides resources to reinforce the lessons he teaches. He's AWESOME!!! I'm so glad that I found this site!
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Jorge June 23, 2017
· Bass Guitar · Online
For this first lesson things went very well and looking forward to more.
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Chris J. May 19, 2017
· Bass Guitar · Online
My stepson has had two lessons thus far and his feedback regarding Joe is all positive. He said Joe is laid back and he likes Joe's teaching style.
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About Rachel E.

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Elkridge, MD
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About Rachel
I started playing guitar and singing when I was 13 when I got a Christmas present from my father. Learning covers for a few years, I eventually started writing my own music around age 16. I also competed in talent shows and sang at church during high school. When I was 18, my friends and I started a jam band.

Went through a couple drummers then went our separate ways not even a year in. Since then, I’ve been playing as a solo musician but also playing in worship bands. I also have had opportunities to duet with people live sporadically. From 2011-2012, I recorded an album entitled “Wouldlawn, Couldlawn, Shouldlawn.” I named it that because I lived in an area called Woodlawn and my dad used to say the album’s title as a joke.

This was all in my spare time, I was a waitress since age 19. I didn’t start playing music full time until l
ate 2013. Playing mostly in small bars, coffeehouses, and private events/parties. And in August 2016, I started teaching guitar. Took a total break from playing music.

To get back into the groove of things, I started my own by doing online concerts. I also started recording music videos for and doing social media lives.

I also:

> Absolutely love salsa and could eat it at every meal
> Really despise being tickled
> Was born, raised and still reside in Maryland
> Love animals more than people
> Like the color "pillager purple"
> Love rose gold
> Still have the same guitar tuner from when I was 13 (and it still works)

I still teach guitar and I’m blessed to be playing in the worship band at The Cause Church in Elkridge, MD. I also play in the Spanish ministry on the 1st and 3rd Sunday of each month; and at the Elkridge Spanish market (w/ the ministry team) the 1st and 3rd Saturday of each month. I also hold online workshops on Saturdays I'm not playing. I gig about once a month at coffeehouses.

My style is indie folk; and I play a mix of originals and covers. My main singing influences are Gwen Stefani, Karen O from The Yeah Yeah Yeahs and Fiona Apple. My main music influences are Death Cab for Cutie, The White Stripes & Modest Mouse.
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Tony W. September 7, 2018
· Guitar · In home
I have only had one lesson with Rachel so far but I can already tell I made the best decision in selecting her as my instructor. She is very organized and has a clear plan for progression, starting with a deep understanding of the basics - posture, hand position, reading music, and music theory - then goes deeper into topics as you progress. What I also like that Rachel provides clear practice goals and exercises. Rachel is a top notch instructor.
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Derek August 27, 2018
· Acoustic Guitar · In home
Got my headstrong 10 year old daughter to love learning the guitar and look forward to her lessons. Adapted to a crazy schedule that allowed my daughter to continue her lessons online all the way in Tennessee. Rachel is amazing.
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Karl May 8, 2018
· Guitar · In studio
First lesson, but I have high expectations for the future. Rachel is well prepared and easy going. I'm excited to be doing this and I'm confident I'll achieve my goals with Rachel's guidance/instruction.
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About Santi P.

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Miami, FL

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Hi there! Thanks for looking through my profile.
I've been playing guitar since I was 16 years old, 10 years now! I've been teaching private lessons for the last 4 years around Brickell, Coral Gables, Miami Beach, and Key Biscayne.
The goal for me through my teachings is to simplify concepts that might seem to be complicated at first or out of reach, and then breaking them down and making it second nature! With practice of course👍

Let's get started!

What you'll need for your first lesson:

-acoustic or electric guitar(I can help you look for one👌)
-guitar tuner
-notebook

Thanks!🎸
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Santi P.

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About Scott G.

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Highland Park, IL

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Hi! I'm a recent Music Technology graduate from University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, where I also received a degree in Clarinet Performance.

I've been writing and producing electronic music as "Megaphonix" (my producer/DJ project alias) for more than seven years, and have licensed my music for highly successful commercials, TV programs, and more. My music has been signed to major record labels, played by some of the world's biggest DJs, and garnered millions of plays on Spotify and SoundCloud.

It all started in my home studio on Sheridan Road - recently renovated with acoustic treatment and a lineup of professional-grade mics, and loaded with industry standard software plug-ins that can bring any recording to life. Whether you want to learn the basics of music production or learn advanced mixing and sound design techniques, I
can help you fulfill your artistic drive with more than a decade of experience in music creation and songwriting under my belt.

For the past several years, my music education has been fundamental to my success as a music producer and audio engineer. My goal is to provide you with the same high-quality instruction that I received at a fraction of the cost! I look forward to teaching you.
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Susan M. September 3, 2018
· Music Recording · In studio
Scott is a brilliant and creative musician who has made a name for himself as a music producer/ composer and engineer. He is an outstanding musician and composer and he is a also gifted teacher and speaker. People of all ages and musical background can learn so much from Scott Greene, aka Megaphonix.
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About Brandon S.

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Gurdon, AR

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About Brandon
Mr. Brandon S and his personal studio has taught private and group music lessons since 2011 and is currently available to teach lessons at your home, at his studio, and online.

Mr. S believes that all of his students are unique individuals who need a secure, caring, and stimulating atmosphere in which to grow and mature emotionally, intellectually, physically, socially, and of course MUSICALLY. His desire as a music educator to help his students meet their fullest potential in those areas is to provide an environment that is safe, supports risk taking, and invites a sharing of ideas. Himself as the teacher acting as a guide, allowing the child's natural curiosity to direct his/her learning, and promoting respect for all things and all people are three elements Mr. S believe are conducive to establishing such an environment.

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11 years of receiving rigorous private music instruction.

2009 - Obtained a Specialist Certificate in Voice Technique and Musicianship from Berklee College of Music.

2010 - Received a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Management from the University of Phoenix.

2010-present - Teach general, choral, and instrumental music to students in Pre K - 8th grade that are homeschooled, attend public and private schools, prefer lessons in their home, or at his studio.
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Lawrence October 26, 2018
· Piano · In studio
Where do I start? Mr. S is a God sent music educator. My children and their friends give raving reviews about how AWESOME music class was and how funny Mr. Smith is. I've never seen them so happy about any specials classes besides PE and Art and thanks to him, my kids love, enjoy, and appreciate music. Thank you Mr. Smith!
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Dwight Jr. October 25, 2018
· Gospel Singing · Online
Fabulous. This guy knows his stuff. He’s a knowledgible and has tools to drive success. I’d recommend him to anyone who truly wants to get better at singing.
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Larry October 24, 2018
· Piano · In studio
THE BEST! My granddaughter has never enjoyed music class. She would come home telling me how boring music class was. That was until she met Mr. S. He is gifted and passionate about music and it shows through the heart of my grandchild and her classmates. We love Mr. Smith and highly recommend.
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About Frank M.

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Stockton, CA
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Hello students my name is Frankie, and it's a pleasure to be teaching you. Together we'll learn everything you need to get up and running with the guitar, the basics are the most important thing but we will be learning some advanced techniques as well. I'm excited for our lessons I know that in no time you will be playing for friends and family and they will be shocked at how far you've come. Thank you for your time students, let's get started!
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Frank M.

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About Aldo M.

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Long Beach, CA
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Hello prospective students,

My name is Aldo Moreno. I am a student at California State University Long Beach and have been teaching guitar for a little over a year.

The goals for my students are pretty simple. First we identify some goals that you want to aim for. That could include improving technique, learning a certain song, or writing your own music! Whatever your guitar goals are, I am here to push, and encourage you to get them. You want to have killer solos? I can show you that. You want to learn some theory? I can show you that. You want to expand your arsenal of licks and chords? I can show you that. You want to write better songs or learn to play with others? I can show you that too.

Along the way I will expose students to new ideas, techniques, and new music to make you into a well-rounded musician. I keep detailed records
on progress made and achieved for each student so that each lesson has quantifiable results.

I have been playing guitar for well over 10 years and can say that it is not just a hobby but my passion. I have performed at venues such as The Viper Room as a solo artist and with bands. I hope to instill in my students not just quantifiable results in your guitar playing, but a better understanding of why you are drawn to music, what makes you want to play, and your creative abilities.

I look forward to our future lessons!
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Aldo M.

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