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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
Speaks German, Spanish, French, Italian
Bachelor of Music from Baylor University (1974-1978)
Teaching since 1980
Coaching for Performance and Auditions
I help students prepare for Opera, Musical Theater and Concert performances. I have also prepared students for successful auditions for Musical Theater, Opera, Operetta and Chorus productions, so that they can present themselves to the best advantage.
I am a classically-trained opera singer. I have a Bachelors and Masters in Vocal Performance and Vocal Pedagogy (teaching), and have sung professionally in the U.S. and Europe. I have sung Opera, Operetta, Musical Theater and Concerts, as well as choral and cantorial singing. I have been a final
Mrs. B is a wonderful and dedicated teacher who focuses diligently during class sessions. She thoroughly explains terms and technique and is friendly and sociable. Her extensive knowledge of languages comes extremely useful in Italian arias and other folk songs as to explain the meanings of words and to convey motion. Her classes are enjoyable and fun, while still being comprehensively academic.
Speaks English, Cantonese, Mandarin
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Teaches students 5 and up
My music background:
- began training as a classical pianist in Asia at the age of 7
- certified as L.R.S.M. of the Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music in 1989
- received superior-plus rating in National Piano Playing Auditions (collegiate classification)
- 16-year teaching experience in U.S.
- Performance videos on new YouTube channel are available.
Provide progressive training on finger techniques, fingering, pedaling, expression, music theory, sight reading, ear training;
Prepare for special assignments (accompaniment, play and sing, using music notation software, performance or enter National Piano Guild Auditions / ABRSM Exams etc.)
Fluent in English and Chinese;
All ages and levels accepted.
Hello! I'm not sure why I picked this profile picture of me, but I can promise I won't conduct your piano lesson in suit and tie - we will strike a balance between an audition atmosphere and just having fun based on our goal. I love playing the piano. I hope you will be convinced of this stateme
Teaches students Male: 9 and up; Female: 13 and up
Music from Towson State University
Teaching since 2000
Tyler J.Book Now
Children and adults alike benefit from and enjoy the personalized elements of our teaching style. We provide students the opportunity to learn the fundamentals and techniques necessary to become skilled musicians, and are always happy to help students work toward their individual goals for learning. We believe strongly that learning should be fun. We work hard to ensure an enjoyable learning experience. In making sure that students enjoy what they are learning, we add value to the skills that are taught, by fostering a true appreciation for the joy music can bring.
Children and adults alike benefit from and enjoy the personalized elements of our teaching style. We provide students the opportunity to learn the fundamentals and techniques necessary to become skilled musicians, and are always happy to help students work toward their individual goals for learnin
Ke Yuan H.
Speaks Chinese, English
Master of Music Performance from The University of Texas at Austin
Teaching since 2016
Ke Yuan H.Book Now
As an Orchestral conductor, I served as Music Director of the University of Texas University Orchestra and enrolled in several conducting competitions. In our lesson, I will lead you to understand the meaning of the score and explore the music's intention. Practically, this lesson including conducting technique, interpretation, score study, analysis, rehearsal technique, stage deportment, and musician interaction. All students receive equal opportunity in a completely transparent organization.
I strongly encourage instrumental players to learn how to conduct. It will not only give you the power to teach young ensembles, also enhance your ability to analyze the pieces you're playing. Please shoot me a message if you are currently interested in Musical Conducting.
*Teaching subject: Orchestral Conducting, Wind Conducting, Choral Conducting
About Ke Yuan
As an Orchestral conductor, I served as Music Director of the University of Texas University Orchestra and enrolled in several conducting competitions. In our lesson, I will lead you to understand the meaning of the score and explore the music's intention. Practically, this lesson including conduct
Speaks Spanish, English, Malayalam
Teaches students 5 to 15
Teaching since 2016
Young teacher, ready to give beginner/intermediate lessons to aspiring violinists. Experience playing for 12 plus years and teaching others. Obtained awards at the state and national level and performed in concerts and orchestras throughout.
Hi! My name is Benita, and I’m 20 years old! I love playing the violin and have been doing it since I was in the first grade. I’ve had a lot of cool experiences and met some lifelong friends from pursuing my instrument. I’ve even performed on stage with Yo-Yo Ma. I’ll be a fun, and informative teac
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Arrica has been amazing! She is an extremely talented and very supportive teacher. Our daughter is making great progress and not only enjoys singing more than before, she loves Arrica and looks forward to their time together. We couldn't be happier."
Por esta múltiples otras razones que con mucho gusto puedo comunicarle si lo considera necesario, es un privilegio para mí, el otorgar mi recomendación personal.
Sé que, sin duda, en cualquier lugar, él dejara muy en alto su propio buen nombre y el mío.
Translated using Google Translate.
It is my privilege to issue you Mgst. José Carrión, with whom I had the honor of studying during the years 2017 - 2019, is an excellent teacher, one of the best I have had throughout my musical training, who fully fulfills the tasks entrusted and is a respectable and productive member of society. .
For these multiple other reasons that I can gladly communicate to you if you consider it necessary, it is a privilege for me to grant my personal recommendation.
I know that, without a doubt, anywhere, he raised his own good name and mine very high.
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