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Percussion Performance from Webster University
Nicholas S.Book Now
Experienced teach of 15 years! I love to teach everything from basics to advanced drum. I love teaching favorite songs, drum fills, various styles, and how to function in a band setting. I've continued my professional career as a drummer and have great tips and insights on how you can become like the great drummers you love! From jazz to pop to rock and blues we will work on it all!
Would you like to join a band? I'm also an instructor at Webster University and the Community music schools so I know multiple setting for performance opportunities!
Having performed most of his life, Nick Savage seems to be effortlessly skilled as a drummer, keyboardist, singer, and songwriter. Nick has had the pleasure of sharing the stage with great performers, such as, Tony award winning Beth Leveal, American Idol runner-up Justin Guarini, Gavin Degraw,
AhSa-Ti Nu T.
Teaching since 2013
Teaches students 8 and up
Sound Arts from Ex'pression College for Digital Arts
AhSa-Ti Nu T.Book Now
Experienced vocalist for over 25 years and vocal instructor for over 5 years, specializing in the beginner/intermediate vocal student. All ages are welcome. Lessons are customized and catered to the needs/goals of each student. Together we will work to build strong foundation of vocal technique, ear training and more. Let's get started!
About AhSa-Ti Nu
I am a professional singer, songwriter, and recording artist. I graduated from Ex'pression College for Digital Arts, with a Bachelors in Sound Arts. I have spent over 25 years working as a solo, lead and background vocalist for numerous artists withing various genres. Voice students can expect to
Teaching since 1986
Teaches students 8 and up
Awarded B.M./M.M. Scholarship from Webster Universty
sight-reading, chart interpretation, scale/chord relationships.
Composer and guitarist David began formal music training at the age of 5 on the drums. He taught himself guitar as a teenager and began playing in local rock bands. Initially entering college as a Journalism major, his passion for music led him to Meramec College where he studied Music Theory with
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Teaching since 2016
Viola Performance Major from University of Georgia
I have been playing viola for about 14 years, and I specialize in all experience levels of students. I am highly trained in music theory, technique, and improvisation, and whether you want to learn basic string technique, play a Bach sonata, or learn how to improvise in a complex tune, I can help! I am very open to any ideas and desires my students have, and I strive to make learning music both fun and rewarding for the student. I teach using the Suzuki method, rhythmic training, pop music songs, and various supplementary technique books to enhance and round out the learning experience of each of my students. I also have an open schedule to cater to your time constraints, so let’s get started!
Hi there! I have been a musician for 14 years, and have been teaching private lessons for 5 years. I study Viola Performance and Jazz Performance at the University of Georgia, as well as play in the symphony, a string quartet, a bluegrass band, a jazz trio, and write music for a variety of these en
Teaches students 5 and up
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate
Teaching since 2017
Xhy P.Book Now
My strongest opinion is that singing should be fun!
It is one of the purest forms of musical expression in my humble opinion. A persons voice is theirs, and there’s alone. When they choose to share it with other it is a very vulnerable and beautiful act.
However, singing is also fun and freeing. It is liberating as well as empowering to improve one’s singing voice.
As a vocal student is and teacher, I enjoy helping others find their voice.
EVERYONE is capable of seeing! And that is something I wholeheartedly believe.
As a teacher I am honest. I am fair, but I am not harsh.
I have been seeing since the age of six, I have been classically trained for the past seven years, and I am now direct children’s choir as well as perform on multiple community choirs. I have studied theater, jazz, pop, and classical voice styles. And I enjoy all stylings.
Hello! My name is Xhy it’s pronounced “why” incase you write wondering. I am a young vocalist and choir director. I take pride in helping people find and improve their sound. I love to have fun and explore music and singing with others. I am here to encourage you but I am not one to lie. If some
Fine Arts from University of Wisconsin - Stevens Point
Teaches students 7 and up
Teaching since 2007
As an independent studio owner and piano teacher for 12 years and a general educator for almost 20 years before that, I know how to customize lessons to fit student goals. I tailor your lessons to fit your musical interests and your technical needs. Whether you want to play pop, jazz, classical, or contemporary music I can give you all the tools you need. I can help you compose, arrange, improv, play from lead sheets and chord charts, and more to help you reach your musical goals. I care about each and every student and believe in building strong relationships so that the strategies and habits we learn along the musical journey will serve us well in all aspects of life.
Experience. Quality. Lessons Tailored to Fit Your Needs. If you are looking for an experienced teacher who knows how to provide the best quality music education and piano instruction while customizing the strategies and music to fit your needs and interests, then look no further! I believe e
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