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Speaks Spanish, English
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Teaching since 2010
My name is Kaycie and I've been teaching piano and voice lessons for over 10 years. I teach all styles and genres and the content of the lesson depends entirely on what the student wants to learn. Although my training is in classical music, most of my lessons consist of playing and singing modern songs, while also learning the basics. I teach all ages and all experience levels. I look forward to helping you with your music career!
My name is Kaycie and I've been teaching piano and voice lessons for over 10 years. I teach all styles and genres and the content of the lesson depends entirely on what the student wants to learn. Although my training is in classical music, most of my lessons consist of playing and singing modern so
Teaching since 1987
Bachelor of Music, Jazz Studies, (Summa Cum Laude) from Howard University, Washington D.C.
I encourage all students to try writing music or at least coming up with their own basic ideas. I will then work with the student's ideas to help them learn how to develop an initial idea into a large more complete musical form. If the student is able to write more complete songs I will coach them in techniques to improve the structure, harmony and melody of their work. I try to demonstrate ways that they can improve their writing without simply rewriting their ideas for them. For all of this I draw on my many years of experience as a composer. I try to guide the student towards developing a process of writing music that works for them. My main goal is to help them to grow into their own musical voice rather than to simply do what I suggest.
I have been teaching guitar for 25 years in the Washington DC metro area. I work with students 12 years of age and up, but I am especially experienced at teaching adult students regardless of whether they are beginners or have previous guitar experience. I have performed in acoustic Celtic, new age,
Dennis is particularly great at tailoring the lesson material to the abilities and experience of the student. I had been self learning guitar for about 2 years before signing up for lessons with Dennis. In our first lesson, he got an idea of my skill and interests and built the lessons off of that. I am personally interested in jazz guitar and Dennis holds a wealth of knowledge in that department as well as many other genres and styles.
Ultimately, the greatest thing about Dennis' teaching method is that he helps you pursue your interests and goals and provides you with the tools and information to do so. You won't be spending any time practicing anything you don't feel is relevant to your interests.
Another note I'd like to add is that I have never felt looked down on or judged by Dennis throughout my year of lessons. I know this is common concern among adult beginners like myself (I am currently in my late 20's). I can assure anyone reading this that Dennis is a true professional and conducts his lessons in a stress-free, peer-to-peer manner.
The pandemic has obviously thrown a big wrench into the giving of guitar lessons. Before, Dennis was teaching me at his house. We now meet online using the Takelessons platform. Online lessons took some getting used to and are clearly not optimal, but I think Dennis has become more and more adept at making it work as well as possible.
I heartily recommend Dennis as a guitar teacher.
Teaching since 1985
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Basic jazz arranging
Nick performs with Paul McCartney, Jon Batiste (Colbert Show), Zeb Bangash, Antonique Smith, Rob Morrow, John Lithgow, The Hot Sardines, grammy nominated producer/composer/Indian percussionist, Deep Singh (tabla player with Sting, Katy Perry, Robert Plant) and grammy nominated producer/trumpet play
I also like that he is helping me with ear training. I've had previous experience with reading music, but he is really expanding my horizons with listening to music and trying to figure it out by using basic principles. This is a way to learn that I hadn't experience before in guitar lessons in the past, and I think it's a great way to learn.
I'm looking forward to many more lessons to come. This has really helped me to enjoy playing the guitar again!
My teen daughter has been wanting to take guitar lessons for the last 3 years. Looking over Mr. Russo’s extensive qualifications, gave me pose in hiring him, after all she was so new she did not even know how to old a guitar, I figured he would be over kill. That plus the fact that he seems to tour a lot made me concerned that, once the pandemic receded he would be back to touring extensively, leaving us to find another teacher. I am glad I decided not to let my fear guide my decision because, he really is an excellent teacher. He put my teen who is people shy at rest, now you cannot tell her she is not the next Joni Mitchelle in the making. One of her favorite things to do after each of her lessons, is to FaceTime me(she is in boarding school) and enthusiastically show me what she is learning.
Speaks English, Spanish
Teaches students Male: 10 and up; Female: 8 and up
Teaching since 2015
As a MM graduate, I’ve had a lot of auditions and I know what is expected as a candidate to get in the music school or program that you want. We can work on sight reading, theory, performance, and much more!
I am a professional jazz guitar player. I graduated from USFQ College of Music in Ecuador, and got my Master’s degree at the New England Conservatory of Music. Also, I’m currently studying music education. In the past couple years, I’ve recorded two albums as a collaborator, and had one tour t
Music from Westminster Choir College
I available to teach and coach your 4 to 9 year old reading. Hour sessions are available but count as two 30 minute sessions back to back.
I love working with students of all ages and levels in person and online. I've worked with professionals on TV, Broadway, MTV as well as students 3 years old to 97 just studying for fun. Adam runs successful teaching studios in New York City, Watchung, New Jersey, and online. *** Lesson Detai
Speaks English, French
Bachelor of Music, Violin Performance from University of Denver
Teaches students 4 and up
I specialize in fun, personalized lessons with a strong foundation in technique that will prepare you for wherever you want to go musically!
I am trained in Suzuki violin and integrate ear training into all my lessons at all levels, beginner through advanced. I also specialize in fiddle, rock, and alternative styles and can teach improvisation and theory skills that will help you be able to play with a band or write your own music.
I love music, and I love helping other people find and develop their love for music! I teach all styles of violin and piano to ages 4 and up, with a strong emphasis on finding what kind of music each student enjoys and building a life-long love of music with solid technical foundations. I hold a
Cieran is knowledgeable, patient, encouraging and attentive - all the things one looks for in a teacher.
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