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Bachelor's Degree, Choral/General Music Education from Arizona State University
Teaches students 7 to 17
Students will learn the fundamentals of playing the piano--everything from correct posture, reading by note, music theory, and performance preparation! As students progress, they can choose to focus more on Jazz, Broadway and movie themes, or Praise and Worship music. For more serious musicians, check out my Classical Piano page.
Studio Policy - Missed Lessons
If you must miss a lesson, please make every effort to notify the instructor at least 24 hours in advance. A make-up lesson may or may not be scheduled at the teacher’s discretion.
~ Any lesson which is cancelled less than 24 hours in advance may be forfeited.
~ Lessons missed due to teacher cancellation will be rescheduled or credit given.
~ Make-up lessons cannot be rescheduled a second time, and if missed, you will be charged automatically for that lesson.
~ If a pattern of missed lessons develops, the student will be removed from the teacher’s weekly schedule.
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Greetings! My name is Allan Walker. I've enjoyed teaching PIANO and TRUMPET lessons privately to many students ages 7 through 17 (Beginning to Advanced Intermediate levels) for over 25 years. Students will expand their repertoire, memorize certain pieces and participate in recitals to showcase their
Jeffrey Zane H.
Teaches students 5 and up
Bachelor of Music in Composition from Greatbatch School of Music at Houghton College
Jeffrey Zane H.
If you are interested in learning applied linguistics for the purposes of understanding the structures of living languages, I am able to help you develop basic linguistic competency. During my studies, I have had the opportunity to study a wide variety of languages from discourse structures in Kwakum stories to phonology in Central Thai, and will use examples from a number of languages across the world.
About Jeffrey Zane
As an ethnomusicologist/world arts researcher and an award-winning composer whose music has been described as "what Renaissance composers would have written if they had heard gospel music," I enjoy being known for music that draws from many sources, is intellectually rigorous, and is pleasant to the
Teaching since 2018
Bachelors from Towson University
Makai G.Book Now
Music is a universal tool of communication that breaks language barriers around the world, It can be used in many ways to bring people together and create change. My name is Makai Guest and my implement of change is the trumpet! I've had experience at schools like Berklee College of Music and New School of Jazz and I will pass down all my knowledge.
WORK EXPERIENCE BSA Twigs Teacher 2017–2018 Saturday Arts program at Baltimore School for the Arts teaching grades 2-8 about music. Baltimore City Youth Works 2016–2017 Worked at several Baltimore City schools painting & other maintenance projects to help keep city schools beautiful. Balti
Teaches students 7 and up
Teaching since 2004
Fashion Design (with Freehand skills) is the art of sketching, drafting, cutting and making a garment to fit any body size without the need for a commercial pattern.
In freehand drafting, specific measurements are taken directly from the body and drafted on muslin or on the fashion fabric. Seam allowances and other intakes, depending on the style, are added to these measurements before cutting. After all pieces have been cut, various foundational sewing skills which must be acquired prior to attempting freehand sewing, are applied step-by-step in completing the garment. This is similar to Pattern Making and Construction.
** You can register for 10hrs (600mins) 2hrs a week for 5weeks and make custom clothes.
I am a fashion designer/instructor and former social worker. I am very patient with students and passionate about sewing. I get excited watching students build skills gradually from basic through advanced level techniques. Also, I am one of the few teachers in the country who teaches the exclus
Teaching since 1993
B.A., Music & Business from San Diego Christian College
Teach Beginning to Intermediate Music Theory in these subjects:
- Note Reading
- Chord Theory
- Sight Reading
- Hannon Finger Techniques
- Skill building exercises
I started taking music lessons at the age of 9. I began playing in the church and then I taught lessons in my home at the age of 16. I went on to attend and graduate from Christian Heritage College (now called San Diego Christian College) with a Bachelors Degree in Music and Business. I am now the D
Teaching since 2015
BM -- Jazz Performance from The Ohio State University
My goal as a teacher is to give you the facility to express yourself through music. The key parts to developing this facility are:
1. theory -- if you know your theory, you know the best way to express your idea without having to think about it
2. technique -- the last thing you want is for your technique to hinder your ability to express your idea. Having good technique lets your ideas flow naturally
When you take lessons with me, you get out of it what you put in. Your job as student is to be honest with what you expect to achieve and my job as teacher is to give you the tools to achieve it
I have been playing music almost my entire life. I first started on trombone in 4th grade then switched to guitar in 6th. I picked up the electric bass in my later teenage years and learned the upright bass (both jazz and classical) in college. My students get the benefit of my education, as well
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