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Bachelor of Music from Wayne State University
Teaches students 6 and up
Teaching since 1986
I have been in musicals from the time I was a child until the end of college. I have been in Annie, Gypsy, just to name a few. I love musicals so much, it is one of my favorite genres of music.
I teach all levels of musical theatre. I use a variety of books that are specifically for each level and each voice.
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I am a beginning singer, my only prior experience was singing with the congregation in church, not the choir.
Speaks Polish ,German ,Russian
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate
Teaches students 5 and up
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. Bac
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Teaches students 4 and up
Bachelor's in Cello Performance from University of Michigan
Hello! My name is Emma C. and I recently completed my sophomore year as a cello performance major at the University of Michigan, where I study with Prof. Richard Aaron. I have been studying the cello for 14 years, and previously taught weekly private cello lessons to kids ages 6-15 for around 3 years during high school. I have plenty of experience teaching beginners, but I am also willing to teach musicians of any level!
I will be available for in-person lessons at the Moore Building on campus since I will be staying in Ann Arbor until mid-June, and I will return in late August. I am also willing to teach online lessons via Skype. I am fully vaccinated, but I still would like to social distance and wear a mask if we decide to meet in person.
I look forward to hearing from you!
Emma Cary, 19, is a rising junior at the University of Michigan where she studies cello performance with Richard Aaron. She began cello lessons at 6 years old with her father, Neal Cary, and continued lessons with him for 12 years. Other influential teachers include Julian Schwarz, who she studied
Speaks French, Spanish
Teaches students Male: 6 to 18; Female: 6 to 90
Awarded Grant Recipient from Liturgical Composers Forum
I offer fun, engaging, and rewarding piano lessons to students in order to nurture their growth as musicians, whether they are just starting out or seeking to develop their skills and expand their repertoire.
Hello and thank you for visiting my profile! A little about myself is that I earned my B.A. degree from the College of Arts and Sciences at Cornell University in New York, and I focused on musical studies at Mannes School of Music and at Hunter College, as a second degree music major at the la
Teaching since 2002
Teaches students 3 to 70
Awarded Graduate Assistant from Eastern Michigan University
The violin showcases a player's talent more than any other instrument, some say. It's the hardest instrument of them all, others say. Whatever your goals, I am happy to play a role in your musical journey with this instrument. Follow a classical, traditional method of my own development that incorporates the most common repertoire sought after in festivals, auditions for orchestras, and auditions for colleges.
Tasha has been teaching private lessons since 2002 and is currently available to teach lessons online until the pandemic is over. Tasha has helped students win competitions, become concertmasters and section principals of their school and youth orchestras, go on to study music at university, and e
Master's In Music Degree from University of Denver
Teaching since 2007
Awarded Honorable mention in 2010 Lamont school of music chamber competition from University of Denver
I have served as a music theory tutor in college and can help you find your unique way of comprehending!
Travis C. classical guitarist, teacher and performer recently completed his Masters of Music at the Lamont School of Music located at the University of Denver, where he also completed his Bachelors of Music in 2009. A native Coloradan, he has established a diverse private guitar studio while perfor
Travis has been a great instructor and I am very pleased with the results. He is a great teacher, an amazing guitar player, and is very patient and can handle all of my scheduling issues. I would highly recommend taking lessons from Travis.
I've certainly enjoyed my beginning guitar lessons with Travis. He takes the time to answer my questions and explain things to I understand the music and the best techniques to use. He is also very encouraging and supportive of my just enjoying the guitar, even with mistakes. So far, I am having a great time!
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she is very helpful, encouraging, fun and experienced teacher. Her professional guidance, insightful comments, unbending support quickened my improvement in playing guitar. She patiently instructed me the areas I needed to improve in and taught me the methods and activities I should practice."
I really enjoy my voice lessons with JoAnn. She is a great teacher! I've been taking voice lessons with JoAnn for a few years now and am so happy with how I sound and feel while singing. I started out as a complete beginner with quite a bit of tension in my body and have progressed along nicely these past few years.
JoAnn is extremely knowledgeable about music and really enjoys sharing that knowledge with her students. She is passionate about music and teaching. JoAnn is patient and really makes an effort communicate effectively with her students. Iâve always appreciate her enthusiasm and the effort she puts into planning my lessons.
JoAnn also has a lovely music studio. It is comfortable, private, light, and airy with a nice view of her backyard. Her music studio is quiet and I never have trouble hearing her, myself, or the keyboard."
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