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Speaks Spanish, English
Teaches students 5 and up
BS (Bachelor's of Science), Psychology, Spanish Language and Latino/a and Latin American Studies from Wayne State University
I have entered a few Film competitions, helped Direct short films, taken Film classes and studied Film for years in high school and on the college level. I now officially own my own LLC Video Production company. I love Video Editing/Production and also just being able to over see projects from start to finish. I have experience doing many things in the Digital Media Arts world. Not only am I a graduate from Specs Howard School of Media Arts, but I have also been an intern there as well. I have done some work as a Freelancer, I am a successful YT Content Creator with over 1k subscribers in under a year and I even have some experience in a Television Broadcast setting. "Give the world different perspectives of the world. See the world through different eyes!"
I am very organized and have a passion for creating and doing things that give people a new perspective on life. I set plans and goals, and do what it takes to get things done in the most efficient ways possible and I am able to adapt even when things don’t quite work out. As a 2nd Degree Black Bel
Speaks French, English
Teaching since 1990
Awarded Numerous Musical and Theatre Awards from Wayne State University, International Young People's Union
Voice for public speaking, contests, accent reduction, etc.
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
Speaks The Language of Music ;), English
Teaching since 2005
Marketing from Davenport University
This one-of-a-kind training has been designed to cultivate your stage awareness, build confidence, improve your on-stage repertoire and heighten your creativity on stage.
Being able to “wow” an audience is one of the most important factors in determining an artist’s success and longevity in the entertainment business. This skill, just like any other talent, must be polished through research, repetition and creativity.
My students are guided along a comprehensive artist development experience that consists of voice development, stage presence, songwriting and finishing school. I've been a songwriter/vocal producer for 20 years having written songs for The Backstreet Boys, Trey Songz and more. I've studied the
Speaks English, Italian, French, German
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Teaches students 7 to 80
I teach what it takes from start to finish how to create your own cabaret show or solo recital.
Learn how to get an audience to attend your show, how to get your show reviewed, how to create a program (writing your script and choosing your song repertoire), how to do a mailing and design your publicity materials as well as how to locate the best venue for your show.
Marjorie has taught beginners to advanced students of all ages in every vocal style including Opera, Classical, Musical Theatre, Pop, Jazz, Folk, Rock, R&B and Gospel at Hunter College, New York University, La Guardia Community College, The Learning Annex as well as her private vocal studio in NYC
Teaches students 9 and up
Teaching since 2000
Masters of Fine Arts - Acting from New York University
Ashley C.Book Now
Hi and Welcome! In addition to holding a Masters Degree in Acting from New York University, I have been a professional working actor for over 30 years and have been fortunate to work on Broadway, Off-Broadway, in television and film. I teach Acting to all ages and skill levels, as well as Singing Performance (focuses on the 'story" of the song, not technique). Whether you are pursuing acting as a profession or not, the benefits of theater training can be profound on many levels. We humans love to play. We love stories. I encourage fellow actors to be confident, joyful, and fearless with their creativity. I teach emotional literacy, empathy, and the value of failing well and often. I inspire actors to build their own "arsenal" of tools that will serve you throughout your creative life. For professionals, I am happy to work on audition material, monologues, and scenes. For young artists, I am thrilled to work on auditions for BFA programs, scholarships, summer intensives, and more.
Safety and respectful collaboration are the foundation of my teaching philosophy. I encourage a passion for play, self-discovery, and a willingness to see yourself as an artist who has the power to affect change in our world. My acting life began when I was ten, participating in community theater a
Speaks English, German
Teaching since 2009
B.A. Composition and Piano Performance from California Polytechnic State University: San Luis Obispo
Kevin G.Book Now
I compose professionally, using MIDI and notation. I am well-versed in music theory and have been writing music for piano and various orchestral and contemporary instruments for years. I also transcribe music and ascertain melodies and chord structures to play (or compose) by ear.
I've been playing piano since I was six, and have performed hundreds of times, I was classically trained, and I've been in a couple bands. I have multiple degrees- one in music, one in audio and electrical engineering. I firmly believe that anyone can pick up an instrument if they truly want to, an
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She was so attentive to ALL her students, no matter your level. She always found time to work with you in whatever you were struggling with. She really truly cared about us. It was unlike anything I'd experienced with any other teacher I'd have ever. At one point, I was victim to some intimidation from another student in my class. Alex was the first person I confided in and she guided me through what I should do and how I should handle it, she was completely there for me, even allowing me to call her past 10pm to calm me down after one particularly bad encounter with said student.
Her lessons are prepared, structured and completely engaging. Somehow she is able to detect exactly what you personally need to work on and makes sure you are offered the most appropriate advice that best suits your personal needs. I can't even quite express how much I have learnt from her in the short four months that she was my teacher. She has exposed me to so many different techniques and exercises which, through her guidance, afforded me the opportunity to choose what worked for me.
If there is one thing that you cannot deny about Alex, she genuinely cares about her students, sometime to the detriment of her own life. She is an extraordinary teacher and an even more exceptional woman.
As cliche as this is, she inspires me to not only be a better actor, but to just be a better person."
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