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About Glenda J.

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Taylor, MI
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After studying at Cass Tech High School and Wayne State University in MI, I have enjoyed teaching privately, in groups, and at churches, I have performed vocally and instrumentally throughout the US and in 8 foreign countries, and taught at public, charter, and private schools. It is important to tailor each lesson to a student's individual needs and ability to ensure that their experience is as rewarding as possible!

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You will learn to play with ease and proficiency while learning the Music Theory that supports your playing. You will also receive ear training, which will make learning more rapid, and more thorough.

*** Studio Equipment ***
Studio with pianos; parents can sit in on lessons.

*** Travel Equipment ***
When needed, I provide printed learning supplements or in e-mail. The student should hav
e his/her own instrument, so they can practice regularly.

*** Specialties ***
Gospel, Classical, Pop, Inspirational, Sacred, Wedding, etcetera
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Curley May 11, 2019
· Christian Gospel · In studio
First lesson was a student/teacher familiarization. Glenda is very friendly and is very knowledgeable concerning music. I look forward to future lessons with her!
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Pallavi D. April 27, 2019
· Violin · In studio
Glenda is an amazing teacher she explains everything very patiently .
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Ollie M. April 20, 2019
· Organ · Online
VERY helpful first lesson. Almost immediately, Glenda was able to listen to my playing and make useful suggestions for improvement. It was a very good lesson. I look forward to learning even more under her skillful tutelage. A GREAT choice for anyone looking to master the Hammond organ.
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Glenda J.

Taylor, MI 48180
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About Kathy B.

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Detroit, MI
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I have been teaching violin boht in the schools and privately for over ten years. I take both beginners and intermediate students. I ask that they are able to read well as reading music can be very difficult to a new student.
I use the books String Builder Book 1 for Violin and Strictly Strings Book 1 for Violin, and Music Ace Deluxe which is a fun way to learn their music theory on the computer.
The students will learn their lines and spaces for both the Treble Clef and Bass Clef as well as the note values in their first few lessons as well as the fingering for ope n and closed strings.
I ask that the students practice everyday except the day of their lesson for only 15 minutes as their fingers are not use to it yet. Once they have been playing for awhile then I ask that they start practicing a little longer each day.

About Kathy
I am a patient, enthusiastic teacher in the following areas: piano, violin, cello, drums, music history, and music theory. I have taught vocal and instrumental music in both Catholic and Public schools, and in after-school programs, for 20 years, and have been giving private lessons for 9 years. I enjoy teaching music to all age students, and especially enjoy watching my students grow in their music ability.

I received my Bachelor of Arts from Marygrove College in Detroit in Language Arts with minors in Music Education and History,and my Masters Degree from Wayne State University in Education with emphasis on English as a Second Language and Sign Language for the Deaf. I have studied Music Education for K-5 at Madonna University in Livonia, Michigan.
I am also a published author of five children's books. You can find them through my
publisher Xlibris. com and they are called Peggy, The Three-Some Book 2, The Writer's Corner Book 3, The Golden Nugget Book 4, The 1940 Diary Book 7. When you go onto their web-site put in my pen name of N.K.Beckley and they should come up. Emily Book 5 will be out sometime in March 2017 and books 6,8.9.10 should be out by Fall of 2017. These are books for students in grades 4th through 8th grades and are also interactive books. I hope you enjoy them.
I also tutor for Take Lessons Grades 1 to Grade 8 all subjects except higher level Math.

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Piano: All students start out learning both Treble and Bass Clefs, and their lines and spaces. Each student then starts to learn their major scales with both right and left hand for piano. They also learn the note values, and are able to put them together in a song. I use Michael Aaron curriculum, which takes in all of the above and their technique lessons. I use all the Michael Aaron Book One, Lessons, Theory, Technic, and Performance Books for any student that is age 6 and above and I would ask that parents would buy them from Anderson Music in Dearborn, Michigan as well as any other lesson books listed below before they come to my home for lessons.

Cello: Using String Builder and Strictly Strings, the students learn the bass clef, lines and spaces, scales, and songs. Students will learn how to hold their bow correctly.I have played cello in the Waterford New Horizons Concert Band for over six years. I have also been the only cellist they have as a member of the band.

Violin: Using String Builder and Strictly Strings, students will learn lines and spaces of the treble clef, note values, major scales, and songs. Students will learn how to hold their bow correctly.

Drums: Using Rockin’ Rhythm Raps, and using drum pads instead of drums, students will learn the correct way to hold drum sticks and the rhythms of all the notes in the treble and bass clefs. They will also learn songs to play.

*** Studio Equipment ***
Upright piano w/ seating for parents

*** Specialties ***
I enjoy teaching beginners in any area, because then you can see how far they have come at the end of the year.
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Robert April 14, 2018
· Piano · In studio
Kathy is a kind, patient and methodical teacher. She develops your piano skills with a structured program of theory and exercises geared toward constant improvement. She has helped me improve my piano technique throughout our time together. I have been able to play increasingly challenging pieces on a regular basis with her. I look forward to steadily improving my piano skills.
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Robert Bilenchi February 15, 2017
· Piano · In studio
I have recently returned from a week long stay at the Sonatina Piano Camp in Bennington VT and would like to notify all those piano students who may read this review as to the wonderful experience attending this camp can be. The camp takes adult piano students at all piano skill levels from beginner to well accomplished. Students stay in shared rooms (2-4 persons) which includes a piano in every room. Attendance is usually 18- 27 persons. The mansion itself is home to approx. 30 pianos. All meals are provided (and are outstanding) as well as piano classes and 4 lessons with concert pianists or university piano professors. Ample time is provided to practice a performance piece for the end of week performance night. Master classes are given on several evenings for those wishing to perform a work in progress piece for the attendees and the camp owner providing a public lesson.
I have found that the attending student group to be extremely supportive to all other students especially to those experiencing performance anxiety. Repeating attendees (from all over the country) have formed lasting friendships among themselves which have endured for years. Eight week long sessions are given throughout the year. In addition there are summer sessions for school aged youth
and also 4 short week sessions for those wishing to try a sampling of the camp. This past January was my 3rd year attending the camp and I will be returning again next year. My experiences at the camp have been truly unforgettable. More information can be obtained at Sonatina.com
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Robert Bilenchi October 27, 2016
· Piano · In studio
Kathy has worked wonders with my piano lessons. In about a year and half of lessons Kathy has added scales and exercises along with musical selections designed to enhance specific skills, plus has worked with me on select piano works which I find interesting and challenging. My abilities and quality of playing been steadily improving. She is always positive and uplifting yet she still can point out areas of playing quality which require work. She gears lessons and advancement of difficulty to my specific rate of improvement. I couldn't ask for better and and am looking forward to continued progress over time for my improved musicianship.
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Kathy B.

Detroit, MI 48228
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About Zbigniew R.

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Ann Arbor, MI
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About Zbigniew
My greatest desire is that I will instill in each of my students the love I have for making music.
I am a classically-trained violinist. I grew up in Lodz, Poland, where I began musical education at the age of 7.
I studied violin and piano at the Music High School and Music Academy of K.&G. Bacewicz, Lodz, Poland and earned a Master Degree in violin performance in 1980.
During his College years I started to perform with the Symphony Orchestra of Polish Radio and Television.
From the mid – 70s until the early 1990s, I performed with several Polish orchestras
and held a position as a violin teacher for four years at the College of Education
in Slupsk, Poland.
Then, I spent almost 10 years performing in numerous ensembles and orchestras in Germany and toured with Orchestra of Great Theater of Lodz in many countries all over the
world.
From 2002 – 2005 he was first violinist at Lodz’s Operetta Theater.
I moved to Michigan in 2005, where he performs with Macomb, Jackson and Flat Rock Symphony Orchestras.

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The most interesting and beneficial thing about performing music is that it is one of the few activities that engages both the left and the right brain at the same time. I believe that every Human Being is precious and deserves to be nurtured and encouraged in a fun and loving environment. With that in mind, my teaching places equal importance on developing strong technique, and developing creativity. Students learn all the basics of music, and also spend time developing strong ensemble skills and strong background knowledge of style and repertoire, so that they can enjoy music in all kinds of settings, all their lives.
Our time spent together will be laid back and comfortable, yet challenging because that is probably why you want to take lessons.
Each lesson will conclude with an assignment of instrumental pieces/songs given to work on throughout the week—usually 2-3 short songs for 30-minute lessons, and 1-2 longer instrumental pieces for an hour-long lesson. These will be the same pieces we have worked on during the lesson time, so you will go home with the knowledge you need to master each piece. Music theory sheets and technique exercises will also be included in the assignments.
Within 6 months, you will begin discovering how to read music and understand the language of it. You will learn how to play some of your favorite songs/instrumental pieces and learn some that you might not know. We'll discover what you really want to learn and achieve through taking lessons, and we will work toward those goals!
Discipline is vital to musical progress and daily practice is strongly urged, in order for the student to progress. If a students don't practice, they won't progress. Because of that, you can expect that I will encourage consistent and regular practice, always keeping in mind that the study of music is meant to be fun.
Knowing from experience how "boring" it can be to learn by rote, I combine technical work with fun time playing duets together, improvising, and exploring a wide variety of styles and genres of music.
I would be honored to share my knowledge and love of music with you. Give yourself a priceless gift that will last a lifetime!

*** Studio Equipment ***
Grand Piano /Hammond Organ

*** Travel Equipment ***
I expect the student to have their own instrument. I can provide the music stand and I always bring my own instrument so that I can demonstrate during lessons.

*** Specialties ***
Teaching methods: Suzuki and traditional /formal method, in group and one on one settings
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Quintin February 1, 2018
· Piano · In studio
Zebie is a fantastic teacher. He is very patient and is excellent at finding new methods to teach techniques which I am struggling with at the time. Though I am only 3 weeks in (from being pretty much a complete beginner), I can already tell I am making progress. I am very excited to continue my lessons and improve. I highly recommend taking lessons from Zebie.
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Debarshi C. October 18, 2017
· Violin · In home
My overall experience is wonderful. Zibi is not only a great teacher but also knows how to grow interest for music among kids. He is very friendly and having profound knowledge of all kinds of musical instruments.
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Trisha M. September 23, 2017
· Piano · In studio
Exceptional teacher focused on making it fun as right techniques. We look forward to many many more lessons from Zebie
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Zbigniew R.

Ann Arbor, MI 48105
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About Bethany D.

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Trenton, MI
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I have taught violin for a total of 6+years. I like teaching the string builder method, however I also have taught Suzuki as well. I believe that the students needs to enjoy what they are doing so I will let them pick songs they like to play as well.

About Bethany
I enjoy teaching and helping my students achieve their goals. I have taught for several years and like to make it an environment where students like to learn. I have a bachelors in science and graduated in 2006. Violin has been the main course of my teaching. However I have also taught piano and ESL. I love helping others discover and retain new things.
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Bethany D.

Trenton, MI 48183
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$20 / 30-min

About marcus R.

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Sarasota, FL
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Marcus offers the finest skills in Violin performing, teaching, and recording arts. Marcus holds a Masters Degree from Indiana University(Bloomington). Marcus then became adjunct Professor of Violin at the University of Louisville (Kentucky) where he was also Principal Second Violin of the Louisville Orchestra. He is a successful recording artist and was touring extensively for many years before recently starting his own private recording, performing, and teaching studio.

About marcus
Marcus is a world class Violinist who holds a Master's Degree in Violin performance from Indiana University(Bloomington). Marcus was Adjunct Professor of Violin at the University of Louisville(Kentucky) before recently moving to Sarasota, Florida. He has been a successful performing and recording artist for decades and offers the highest level of teaching, recording, and performing skills. Marcus also offers experience in electric violin lessons.
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Sarah H. April 6, 2018
· Violin · In studio
Wonderful, experienced teacher. HIGHLY recommend him!!
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Scott April 4, 2018
· Violin · In studio
Marcus was very friendly and patient. He taught a very solid foundation in the first lesson, assessed my skill level and proceeded at a pace that was perfect for me. I look forward to more lessons!
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Kia R. February 2, 2018
· Violin · In home
I knew I was undertaking what most people would consider David v Goliath at my age to start learning the violin, let alone the electric violin, but Marcus has the patience of a saint, the talent of a master and the sense of humor to understand my determination to succeed.
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About Julia F.

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Ann Arbor, MI

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I have twelve years of performing experience and I am currently pursuing a music performance degree at the University of Michigan School of Music, Theatre, and Dance. I have a wide knowledge of violin repertoire from Suzuki to fiddle tunes.

About Julia
Hey! I'm a junior viola performance major at the University of Michigan School of Music, Theatre, and Dance. I started playing violin when I was 8 years old, switched to viola at 13, and the rest is history!

As a teacher, my values are being able to play with physical ease, building a connection with the music you are playing, and producing beautiful, ringing sound. Ideally, our lessons would take place at the music school building in the practice wing. I want the student to love the music that they are playing, so our repertoire choices will always be carefully thought through together. I have lots of experiencing teaching children with zero music experience but am also totally comfortable teaching higher levels including intermediate and high school.
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Sophie H. December 8, 2018
· Violin · In studio
Julia is a wonderful violin teacher, my daughter has been so happy with her lessons. Julia has a natural ability to teach and has always been kind and patient with my 6 year old. Julia is non intimidating, thorough and makes lessons fun. We look forward to every lesson!
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Julia F.

Ann Arbor, MI 48109
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About ZaKise T.

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Clarksville, TN

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We start from the very beginning with the theory and history behind the violin. We then get you familiar with the instrument, and rhythms and musical symbols. You then start to because more familiar with reading and learning notes. What’s unique about my teaching is that I’m young just like you and I know that learning a new instrument is not only fun but exciting. My prices are low because I want you to feel like you don't have to give up on playing because its expensive. I’m here to help so let’s get started!

About ZaKise
My name is Zakise. I am 21 years old. I just moved to Clarksville, TN. I currently major in Business Managemen. I also have be playing the Violin for 10 years now. I love playing because it gives me a chance to escape within the music. Orchestra has not only made me a better person but a smarter one. I also current teach at CPS School of Fine Arts as a violin instructor.

I will be finished with my degree within the next 6 months to a year. I find it rewarding to know that I've helped some master a concept or a skill. With my open availability, you'll be able to ask me for help anytime whether it be with homework or help with your violin. I offer online sessions as well as lessons in my home.

I have an in-home lab kit so if we need to re-do an experiment or understand the reasoning behind certain questions we'll have every resource
available to help you. My pricing is reasonable and will not break your bank. Let’s have fun with learning again.
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KEMENS March 17, 2019
· Violin · In studio
First lesson went great, my Son really enjoyed that lesson.
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ZaKise T.

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About Jeanmarie J.

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Experienced professional with degrees in music and music education, and a background teaching strings and string orchestra, strives to develop a foundation of musical skills along with a love of the instrument and music in students of all ages.

About Jeanmarie
My passion is music and my greatest joy is sharing that passion. My teaching style is adapted to each student, customized lesson plans and curriculum designed to teach and challenge but also ensure the student is enjoying the experience by basing lessons on music in which the student is interested or related to their other interests and activities. I’ve been studying and performing since I was four years old and it’s always my great pleasure to share the love of music!
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Debbie N. May 22, 2019
· Cello · In studio
Jeanmarie helped me to learn the proper way to hold the cello and the bow. She watched carefully to be sure I maintained that throughout the lesson. I am pleased that she is going to be sure I learn to play the cello well to prevent injuries. She also gave me some very basic bowing and finger exercises to practice this first week so I begin to build correct muscle memory before I go on to working with sheet music.
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Jeanmarie J.

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About Savana H.

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Arlington, TX

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I am a cellist, but as an orchestra teacher full-time I am able to implement and teach techniques for all stringed instruments. We will use a variety of supplementary books and will have fun in the process! (:

About Savana
Hello! I recently graduated in 2014 from Baylor University with a Cello Performance degree. I currently teach elementary orchestra (4th & 5th grade) in Dallas ISD. As well as teaching, I currently perform with the New TX Symphony Orchestra in Dallas and in my church orchestra on viola and cello.

We will learn a variety of pieces ranging from classical to contemporary/pop music while learning the techniques to play each string instrument! Can anyone say "Baby Shark" and "Despacito" fast enough? And I focus on music theory ---basic note and rhythm reading & writing and recognizing musical symbols.

I am also bilingual in Spanish ---fluent in reading/writing and basic in conversation (although I am continuously learning & improving my language skills!)
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Violeta D. May 25, 2019
· Cello · In studio
Love Savana, she is very patient and a good teacher! My daughter has fun at her lessons and is learning a lot.
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About Emelia S.

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La Jolla, CA
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I have taught violin students ranging in age from 5 to 15 years old, all of whom have gone on to do some wonderful things in music! Additionally, I have 8+ years of teaching experience but I also can offer a youthful perspective!

I just graduated from Columbia University where I studied with renowned violinist Richard Rood, served as a principle violinist in the Music Performance Program, and was a top first violinist in the Columbia University Orchestra under Juilliard's Maestro Jeffery Milarsky. I have performed at venues including the Sydney Opera House, Carnegie Hall, and Lincoln Center's Alice Tully Hall. My high school had a prominent performing arts department and I was the Concertmaster of both capstone ensembles. In my time as concertmaster, our Symphony Orchestra was awarded a GRAMMY, was named one of the top high school ensembles in the country and the best in the state, and collaborated with the Martin Wind Jazz Quartet! I have played the violin for 17 years and before I ...

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Hi, my name is Emelia! I have taught violin since 2011 and have worked with students ranging in age from 5 to 15 years old, all of whom have gone on to do some amazing things in music!

I just graduated from Columbia University where I studied with renowned violinist Richard Rood, served as a principle violinist in the Music Performance Program, and was a top first violinist in the Columbia University Orchestra under Juilliard's Maestro Jeffery Milarsky. I have been lucky enough to perform in amazing venues including the Sydney Opera House, Carnegie Hall, and Lincoln Center's Alice Tully Hall. My high school had a prominent performing arts program and I was the concertmaster of our capstone ensembles. In my time as concertmaster, our Symphony Orchestra was awarded a GRAMMY, we were named a top ensemble nationally, and we collaborated with
the Martin Wind Jazz Quartet! I have been a violinist for 17 years and before college I studied at the Music Institute of Chicago with Dr. Hye-Sun Lee of the esteemed Vamos Studio.

I passionately believe everyone deserves a musical education and in 2011, I founded an organization that creates, funds, and fully supports performing arts curricula in underserved schools in Chicago. Since then, we have raised over $100,000 and founded amazing programs in 7 schools!

I hope I'll have the chance to work with you!
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Estevan June 14, 2019
· Violin · In home
I had not played a string instrument since 2011, and I remembered very little (if any) technique. After just one lesson with Ms. Suljic, I found myself getting a pretty good sound out of the violin... something I had not heard myself make in 8 years!! I found that she adapted to my skill level very quickly, and was super attentive to my needs. I plan on continuing my lessons with Ms. Suljic!! and I would definitely recommend you start taking lessons, too! You won't regret it.
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Colleen Jennings June 14, 2019
· Violin · In home
Emelia is an extraordinarily talented person, but she an especially kind and patient teacher. My daughter has become more confident with violin and now takes so much pride in her work. She also has fun when she works with Emelia and we simply could not ask for a better teacher and mentor.
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