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Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Bachelor's in Business Administration from Liberty University Online
If you want to learn to play with the best of them, you need to check out my specialized country guitar lessons! Depending on how advanced you are already, we will begin by learning to read music and play chords. Then, we will progress to learning country guitar techniques and common practices. Please feel free to use the "Ask a question" link! Thanks!
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
Teaching since 2004
Teaches students 4 and up
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Experienced teacher with over 15 years experience teaching the performing arts. I
specialize in the beginner/intermediate piano student, creating foundations to take them wherever they choose to go. All ages welcome. I tailor each lesson to my student, while using tried and true materials and techniques to teach high quality, fun lessons. Students have input in our repertoire, meaning that they will be playing songs they love. Lets begin!
Hello! I'm happy to introduce myself to you. My name is Ashley Lynd and I live in Illinois just North and West of Chicago. I live in the woods with my husband and three cats, and I adore teaching lessons both in person and virtually. I have over 20 years of teaching experience in the performing a
Speaks French, Italian, German, English
Teaching since 2004
Awarded Semi-Finalist from Schlern International Music Festival
Broadway, Pop, Classical, Belt, Opera, you name it! I am here to help you improve your singing at whatever level you are currently at and to help you have fun while building healthy vocal habits.
Welcome to my studio! I love getting to know all of my students and helping them achieve their goals. One of my favorite things about teaching is that I can meet musicians (that's you!) at all different levels and with varying interests. Whether you want to learn to sing pop, broadway, classic
BA in Music from Humboldt State University
Teaching since 2007
Teaches students 1 and up
I have great luck with the black key approach for young beginners. Spoiler alert, the black keys are the pentatonic scale and sound great in any number of different combinations. I emphasize ear training, learning to read music, and also having fun.
My name is Brian C. and I've been featured in the Berkeley Folklore Archive for songwriting! I am a creative person who is adept at a number of musical instruments. While I don't play them all, I would certainly like too. I have a music degree and I would love to teach your student anything from
My 10-year-old showed interest in learning piano, and Brian is great! My 8-year-old thought it looked fun, so we added him, and Brian does a great job with him. In fact, my 40-something husband was so impressed, he signed up, too! Brian is terrific with all of them. Everyone is learning at his own speed and each is improving. Brian adeptly teaches according to skill, interest, aptitude, and attitude. I'm so impressed! I heartily recommend for anyone looking for a music teacher.
Teaches students 5 and up
Awarded Orchestral Award of Excellence from Oaks Christian School
Bachelor of Music - Composition from California State University Northrdige
Part of being a great musician is knowing how to work with others! My accompaniment lessons will help you learn how to read lead sheet (chord symbols) on the fly and properly accompany another musician without stepping on their toes.
NOTICE!!! Currently accepting online students due to the COVID-19 crisis! If your finances have been affected by the current global pandemic, please reach out and we can work on finding a price that works for your budget. Everyone should have access to music lessons regardless of these kinds of ev
Speaks Russian, English
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Teaching since 2014
The basic approach provides a series of exercises and music from simple to the more sophisticated, along with hints and tips for their completion.
Trained and educated (MM) in Russia and USA, over 20 years experience in teaching. Individual approach to the course development based on student personality, goals, skills. Major instruments are piano, classical guitar, accordion. Student must have own instrument and desire to learn! *** L
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I took weekly lessons from Jeff for 5 years and still go to him often for advice on song composition.
What I gained from Jeff, besides a true understanding of guitar playing fundamentals, is an understanding of how music "works"--the harmony behind it. From Jeff's instruction, I understand the theory of music--how scales are formed, how chords are built from these scales, and how to read and write all of it.
As a heavy rock fan, Jeff also helped me train my ear to hear the intricacies of jazz, which has taken my songwriting--both electric and acoustic--to a whole new level.
I strongly recommend Jeff Stetson to anyone who truly wants to learn how to play any stringed instrument, especially guitar, at any level. He will teach you how and/ or why depending on an individual's goals."
Having a few guitar licks up your sleeve is super helpful when you're improvising. Guitar teacher Samuel B. shares a few of his favorite jazz guitar licks... Before we begin playing these jazz guitar licks, it's a good idea to get familiar with the pentatonic scale. The pentatonic scale is a more versatile and useful scale than you might think. While being an easily-recognized basis for blues, rock, and country solos, it can be (and frequently is) a scale used for jazz solos, too. A …
By Madalyn Danielson
Stage presence is an important skill for all musicians to master. Below, violin teacher Ha-eun R. shares several tips on how to confidently pull off a showstopping violin performance... Have you ever attended a concert in which the artist sounded better if you closed your eyes? A performer’s stage presence is more important than one might think, as a recent study has shown. According to research, published in the PNAS journal, participants who were shown silent videos of piano co …
By Brooke Neuman
Learning to play piano by yourself is fun, but learning to play with someone else can be twice as enjoyable! Here, music teacher Julie P. shares her picks for the best easy piano duets and books to check out... One of the best parts of being a piano player is that you get to play music with other people. And I don’t just mean when you’re playing in a rock band or accompanying a soloist. You can play duets with your fellow pianists! There is a wide range of repertoire ava …
By Suzy S.