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Speaks Spanish, English, German
Teaching since 2010
Teaches students 5 and up
I have been playing piano since 1995 and formally teaching since 2010. I would love to share my passion with you!
Welcome to my page! I believe strongly that each student, young or old, deserves respect and diligence on my part. Of course, no lesson would be complete without some corny humor and an understanding that each student is unique in their own way. My specialty is in making music accessible to everyo
Speaks German, Spanish, English
Teaching since 2005
Doctorate from Yale University
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I love working with people of any age and any level-- when a student is excited about music, it makes me unbelievably happy. I've researched many different teaching materials and methods and after many years of teaching, I've figured out some of the best ways to help students have fun while learning.
Hello! My name is Julia Clancy and I've been teaching music for over half of my life. I've instructed people at Universities such as Yale and the Cleveland Institute of Music, as well as beginners at home! After years of performing all over the world in orchestras and chamber ensembles, I'm ready n
Speaks French, English
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate
Bachelor of Music in Professional Music from Berklee College of Music
We can cover any aspect of the instrument you would like to learn more about:
-Knowledge Of The Fretboard
I am a very versatile guitar player and teacher. We can basically cover any topics you wish to learn more about. Here are some examples: -Fundamentals of guitar sound and technique -Pop/Funk type of guitar playing -Jazz Improvisation -Solo Transcription -Music Theory -Ear Training -Compos
Speaks Spanish, English
Teaching since 2016
Teaches students 5 and up
The arrangement and composition lessons focus on both the theoretical and practical knowledge required to produce a piece of music, such as voicing techniques, instrumental ranges and musical structure. We will combine homeworks meant to address specific issues with whatever music you have written that you want to work on in class. No previous experience is required to take this course. If your music theory skills are weak, we will just balance working a bit more on those.
Singers are welcome! I have worked with vocalists and choirs before, so please do not hesitate to try these lessons too.
My main area of specialty is jazz but I can certainly help you to explore other styles, as I have experience in rock, classical and Latin American music as well.
I am a professional saxophone player and arranger who has worked for the evening music program of the University of Chile as a saxophone instructor and ensemble coach. During my studies at UNT I also served as a teaching assistant for the Jazz Arranging class and as a grader for Music Theory. A
Keith uses a structured approach that gave me a very solid foundation as a composer/arranger. He starts from the basics of harmony/instrumentation and progresses all the way to advanced orchestration and intricate harmony writing. His music notation software of choice is Sibelius, but I used Musescore when studying from him and I was able to learn everything he taught just fine.
One thing I like about him is that he can work at your pace. When I was studying with him, I was in a class with three other students. We were all at different skill levels, but he was able to help all of us progress at our own rate, giving us specific individual feedback depending on our skill. On top of that, he is bilingual in both Spanish and English.
I highly recommend Keith to anyone trying to improve their Jazz composition and arranging! He will seriously help you out big time just like he did for me.
Speaks German, Dutch, French
Teaches students 5 and up
Awarded After School Marketing Program Scholarship from Chicago Tribune (A-S Marketing)
Have you ever wanted to learn how to play the piano? Well, your dream is about to come true! I have a beautiful Kohler & Campbell Upright in my living room and you get to play it!
When I meet a new student, my goal is first to find out your personal music preferences and goals. Then I usually start with warm-ups, exercises and scales. You get to choose from my wonderful literature of music on your path of discovery! If you want me to I'll keep records of your musical as well as your technical progress. But above all it's important to me that you have fun! So let's get started -your dreams are within reach!
Originally born in Germany, Chrissy developed a passion for music, language and teaching early on. Right out of High School she helped her mother, who was an educator at that time, write and stage-manage a children's Musical which found great response from the audience. During her Music studies in
Speaks French, English, Hebrew, Spanish
Awarded Billboard Endowed Scholarship from Berklee College of Music
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Learning drums is extremely fun and satisfying! It involves the entire body and the mind, challenging in many different ways and extremely rewarding.
While it can be demanding to learn an instrument, it can be as easy as you want it to be. Our lessons can be designed to fit your personal goal. In the lessons we will play songs, study technique and reading and learn different genres of music - all while having fun!
I have been teaching for over 10 years, with experience in all levels (Beginner to Advanced) and in every age group. I am very passionate about teaching music, I believe it has the power to change lives, and also helps with just putting a smile on your face :)
Hello everyone! My name is Noam and I am a professional drummer, drum teacher and music producer, living in NYC. I moved to the United States 8 years ago to study at the Berklee College of Music in Boston, from which I graduated with a Masters degree, majoring in Drums and Music Production and Engi
He is so knowledgeable about the drums and passionate about sharing that knowledge. His lessons are well structured to make the most of the time available to practice existing skills and learn new techniques, as well as being fun!
He takes the time to really focus on your existing technique in order to iron out any bad habits and he breaks down new techniques in a simple and easy to learn manner.
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