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Teaches students 10 and up
Awarded Student Favorite from Takelessons Community
Teaching since 2015
I teach everything from basic chords to advanced lead guitar. If you have a desire to improve your skills and learn to play with the best sign up now!
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Hi! My name is Donnie and I can't wait to meet you! I've been teaching private lessons for several years and have loved helping my students, Kevin, Andrew, and Avery (all of whom have left 5-star reviews) reach their goals! I strive to not only give my students exercises and riffs to learn, but to
Teaches Intermediate, Advanced
Teaching since 1982
Teaches students 10 and up
Steve M.Book Now
I have had the privilege of performing with world class orchestras in every major concert hall in the world. I would like to share my knowledge and experience with students aged 10 to adult and help them achieve their musical ambitions.
Steve was born into a musical family in Scotland, UK. He spent his formative years being taught by his father before moving to London to study at the renowned Guildhall School of Music and Drama under Professor David Takeno. Steve was awarded his Associate of the Guildhall School of Music (AGSM) an
BA Music: Clarinet Performance from Eastern Connecticut State University
Teaches students 8 and up
Awarded Outstanding Honors Thesis Award from ECSU Honors Program
Beginner piano students will learn to read music and navigate the keyboard through fundamental exercises and simple repertoire selections. This is a great introduction for adults who wish to learn some music, music students who want basic keyboard skills, or younger children beginning their first instrument. Intermediate pianists can bring in whatever music they're currently working on, or we can pick out some new repertoire for you! Clarinetists looking to acquire some basic keyboard skills are welcome to double up on lessons as well!
Before booking any lessons, please take a look at my availability and make sure there is a time that will work for you! I recently received my BA in Music Performance, graduating summa cum laude from the University Honors Program at Eastern Connecticut State University. My primary teachers are C
Speaks English, English
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Teaching since 2005
All levels, all styles
After graduating from Salford University, England with a Bachelors degree (Honors) in Music and Composing I worked for a short time as a commercial "jingle" writer, before moving to San Diego, marrying my dream girl, and opening my own music recording, teaching and production studio. From there I h
Speaks English, American Sign Language (ASL), Spanish
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate
Teaches students 12 and up
Learn the basics, from unboxing equipment and beat matching, to more advanced topics like curating a great set and marketing yourself as a performing DJ.
Lessons are tailored to each student's current skill level, music taste, and mixing goals, layering on new skills and techniques at your pace.
Mixing has been my passion for over 5 years and I regularly DJ for underground parties and live streams hosted by promoters and friends. My partner and I have developed an easy-to-follow 6-step method through our brand Mix 'n Match Mentors that teaches the basic "order of operations" you should fol
* he's an extremely empathetic person so he's always on the same wavelength as his student.
* he's an exceptional communicator, as evidenced by his fluency in not only English and Spanish but ASL as well. More importantly than his multiple-language fluency, he has a natural aptitude for teaching and explaining things in an intuitive way.
* he's extremely passionate about live music performance, but especially the sounds that get people moving on the dance-floor. He also possesses an exceptional breadth of knowledge of dance music as a whole: the history, the artists, the genres, and all manner of tracks from timeless classics to fresh releases.
Robert has put a lot of thought into how to build the fundamentals of mixing from the ground up. I know, because I was one of the first people he taught. When we started, I was overwhelmed by the flashing lights and myriad buttons on the controller, and couldn't transition from one song to the next to save my life.
The many hours we spent teaching me to mix had two significant outcomes:
1. Not only do I feel comfortable stepping up to the decks to mix, it's actually something I REALLY enjoy and look forward to.
2. Robert developed the teaching framework he'll use to teach you, which focuses first on mastering critical fundamentals in an intuitive, step-by-step process.
If you're anything like me, listening (and dancing!) to dance music is something that brings you a great deal of joy.
Take it from me: the thrill of a perfectly-executed transition from one song to the next is an intensely gratifying and thrilling one. Being at the helm of a controller, you get to play an active role in the music, which is so much cooler than just passively enjoying it. Robert got me to that level.
He can get you there too.
Speaks Portuguese, Spanish, English
Awarded Artist Across the State from Lied Center for Performing Arts
Teaches students 5 and up
Daniel M.Book Now
I have played guitar for almost 30 years and I've done concerts, performances and lectures in different states and also internationally. My biggest influences are Paco de Lucia and Tommy Emmanuel and I enjoy teaching guitar to any levels, ages and styles. My goal is to make sure my student will enjoy guitar lessons not matter how long it takes.
I am also the current guitar professor at Union College, Music Art Ambassador for Nebraska Arts Council, Guest teaching artist for John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, and Teaching Artist in Residence for The Lied Center.
I love sharing my knowledge and experience with my students. I like to see the progress of my students and how they grow into their music skills no matter the age.
I have played guitar for almost 30 years and I've done concerts, performances and lectures in different states and also internationally. My biggest influences are Paco de Lucia and Tommy Emmanuel and I enjoy teaching guitar to any levels, ages and styles. My goal is to make sure my student will enj
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