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Ricardo P.

Broomfield, CO

About Ricardo

I have been a professional musician and teacher all my adult life. Music is my passion and has always been how I make a living. I teach piano/keyboards, guitar, voice, bass and ukulele. I studied classical piano at SUNY at Buffalo and I initially learned to play guitar and singing on my own. Years later I studied voice and guitar with great professional instructors. I am familiar with different ways of learning music: from very structured and traditional methods (that we use in classical music) to more improvisational and "by ear" approaches as we often do in popular music. This helps me tailo
r my music teaching specifically to each student based on his/her musical preferences, abilities and learning style. I can teach all styles of music including: Pop, Rock, Blues, Country, Bluegrass, Jazz, many different Latin styles including Salsa, Bolero and Bossa Nova.
I have performed all over the US and toured many countries including Mexico, Canada, Argentina, Uruguay, England and France. I have recorded more than 100 CDs for many artists (as well as my own original music) as a pianist/keyboardist, singer, guitarist and music producer. I have won many awards including most recently the Best Blues Band award as the pianist, guitarist and singer for the Lionel Young Band at the International Blues Challenge (the largest competition of blues bands in the world).
I have taught music through my whole career. Many of my students have gone on to study music as a career and have become successful professional musicians.
I am very comfortable teaching all levels from professional musicians to very beginners at any age.
I currently lead and perform with my group. We perform concerts, private events and some club work. My life as a professional musician has given me a lot of knowledge to share with my students.

*** Lesson Details ***
I adjust my approach based on what you want to learn, always with an emphasis on learning as much as possible while making the lessons fun and enjoyable. If you are a beginning piano/keyboard or guitar student I can teach you the basics of how to read music and how to play chords in the first few months and then we can decide whether you are interested in playing written music or more improvisational styles. I use different method books depending on the student and sometimes I use just my teaching materials if you are only interested in improvisational styles like Rock or Blues guitar or piano (for example). If you are a voice student, I teach with a combination of learning songs you like and using a CD/MP3s of vocal exercises that help develop good vocal technique. Whatever your instrument and musical preference you can be sure we'll have fun and you'll be making music from the very start!

*** Studio Equipment ***
I have a Yamaha upright piano and keyboards. I have acoustic and electric guitars, bass and amps. I have Shure Sm-58 mics to teach microphone technique with.

*** Travel Equipment ***
Student must have his/her own instrument and metronome (or equivalent) must purchase course book(s) if needed..

*** Specialties ***
I teach different styles depending on the students goals. I can teach a traditional classical style for those interested in classical music and I can teach more practical approaches for popular music such as learning by chords (for instrumental students- not voice obviously) and learning improvisation through scales, arpeggios and music theory.
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Chery E. September 22, 2016
Piano · In studio
Verified Student
Ricardo listened closely to my goals, analyzed the level that I'm currently at and prepared a personalized practice system for me that I'm excited about! I recommend him highly.
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Liam Skulley April 11, 2016
Singing · In studio
This guy is fantastic. He has worked with me on everything that I've needed and then some and I would highly recommend him to any of my friends.
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Antony A. April 9, 2016
Piano · In home
Ricardo is very talented, knowledgeable and an excellent instructor. My son was 5 years old when we started with him. My son is now playing the piano well and really enjoys his lesson. I would definitely recommend him.
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Ricardo P.

Ricardo P.

Broomfield, CO 80020
(15)
starting at
$30 / 30-min
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Adriane L.

Denver, CO

About Adriane

For as long as I can remember, music has played a large part in my life. By the age ten, I already knew that music would be more than just a hobby for me, it would become my career. I have been singing for over 20 years, and began playing piano when I was eight years old. I received a BS in music industry studies with an emphasis on business, from the University of Colorado Denver in 2008. I have extensive experience in performance and the music industry as a business, and have had the pleasure of experiencing the local music scene first hand while playing in bands. My years of experience enab
les my students to learn different aspects of music from the fundamentals, to writing, and even the music industry as a business. Students should expect to quickly grasp the basic skills such as proper breathing and posture, and will start singing or playing right away. I truly enjoy sharing my love of music and the industry with my students.

*** Lesson Details ***
Music lessons should be fun but educational. I want to know what your goals are and what you would like to get out of your lessons. Each lesson will be tailored to your specific goals and situation, so that you can get the most out of our time together. Whether music is a hobby, a career path, or something in between, you can expect to learn what interests you most. We can focus strictly on your instrument, or even go beyond and talk about song writing, or the music industry.

*** Studio Equipment ***
Piano

*** Specialties ***
Singing- I specialize in the pop and rock genres, as well as show tunes.
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Miles August 9, 2016
Piano · In studio
Verified Student
Awesome as always!
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Jennie August 1, 2016
Piano · In home
Verified Student
Wonderful teacher! Learning a lot and having fun. Great instruction... Kind and patient.
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Thomas L. October 9, 2015
Piano · In home
Verified Student
Adriane does a great job with the kiddos, we look forward to our weekly lessons!
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Adriane L.

Adriane L.

Denver, CO 80234
(7)
starting at
$30 / 30-min
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William C.

Broomfield, CO

About William

William C. is currently a freelance trombonist, teacher, and arranger based in Denver, CO. This fall, he has started doctoral work at the University of Colorado - Boulder. He completed the bachelor’s degree in music education and performance at Texas Tech University, and the Master’s in trombone performance, and a Performer’s Certificate, at the University of Denver. His extensive resume a wide variety of concerts, clinics, master-classes, performances, and recording sessions; most notably: the TTU Vernacular Music Center, Lubbock Moonlight Musicals, Colorado Wind Ensemble, Denver Municipal
Band, Metropolitan Jazz Orchestra, and the Lubbock Symphony Orchestra. Mr. C. has taught all ages of students on trombone, euphonium, tuba, and chamber ensembles for 6 years. He was the brass section leader for the world premiere of the full-length theatrical dance show Dancing at the Crossroads and his arrangements have been played by chamber groups throughout northern Colorado.

*** Lesson Details ***
My lessons are geared towards a set of goals that are created between the student's wants and my expectations for them to be successful at what the student wants to achieve. For each student, I use a different set of pedagogical tools designed to get them to the goals they want. The main goal I have for all my students is that their fundamentals on their instrument will be at the level that they can complete their goals with ease. Over their time with me, they will have the skills to coach themselves when they practice and tackle any music they come across.

*** Travel Equipment ***
I expect them to provide and music stand and their music. These are both things that they need to have at their home for practice.

*** Specialties ***
I teach and perform both jazz and classical music. Almost any style that uses a trombone or brass instruments, I have performed in and have a strong foundation in.
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Murphy Storen June 13, 2016
Trombone · In home
Verified Student
He's an awesome teacher and an awesome guy. I learned a lot! I would highly recommend him.
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Jeremy January 7, 2016
Trombone · In home
Verified Student
Jeremy really enjoyed his lesson with Bill. Bill is great with kids and I highly recommend him. If he played guitar I might take lessons from him!
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Hadiyah D. December 31, 2015
Tuba · In studio
Verified Student
Thanks so much! We are here on vacation and appreciate the availability of Bill. My daughter has a region audition when we get back home and she needed help with her scales.
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William C.

William C.

Broomfield, CO 80020
(5)
starting at
$30 / 30-min
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Kyndra S.

Greeley, CO

About Kyndra

My name is Kyndra Soto and I live in Greeley, Colorado with my family. I am thrilled to be teaching music in my home studio! I have experience teaching piano, vocal, and general music to pre-k through adults, in various settings.  One of my passions is teaching students with affective needs because both of my two sons have learning difficulties.  I would be honored to work with you and your child whether you are highly gifted or whether you have a non-typical way of thinking and learning.  My mission is to guide each student in his or her unique musical experience. I want to see every student
feel successful and grow as a musician, as a learner, and as a person. 
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Kyndra S.

Kyndra S.

Greeley, CO 80634
starting at
$30 / 30-min
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Anne R.

Erie, CO

About Anne

I grew up in Germany in a musical household. My mother is an opera singer and before she retired, was classical voice faculty at the Universität of Oldenburg and Hochschule der Künste in Bremen. I started playing violin when I was 4.5 years old, played my first concert as a soloist at Die Glocke Bremen when I was 10 years old, and was in several youth orchestras. My mother has taught me singing from an early age on. I was starring in various cabaret shows in Berlin and Los Angeles between 2000-2010. My shows received several reviews by Cabaret Scenes magazine.
I moved to Colorado in 2011 and
have been working as a performer and teacher. Also, I have been studying jazz voice performance and classical violin full-time at the Metropolitan State University of Denver since 2012, and will graduate in fall 2016. I do not only teach voice and classical violin, but also bluegrass and jazz violin for students who are interested.
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Melissa September 26, 2016
Violin · In studio
Fantastic instructor! Patient and approachable with so much knowledge to share. I highly recommend Anne.
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Elizabeth September 20, 2016
Violin · In studio
Anne has been an amazing musical influence in my life. Her knowledge of theory and technique is unparalleled. I would highly recommend her for anyone looking for a well rounded education in violin or voice. Plus her apple pie is great!
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Nicole September 18, 2016
Violin · In studio
I have been taking lessons with Anne for almost a year now and she is a wonderful teacher! She is very friendly and down to earth.
Would highly recommend Anne as a violin teacher.
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Anne R.

Anne R.

Erie, CO 80516
(3)
starting at
$25 / 30-min

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