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Teaching since 2015
Teaches students 10 and up
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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
Speaks Spanish, Spanish, Japanese
Teaching since 1996
Years of experience as a live musician and teacher. I focus on bringing out your personal voice and to acquire the necessary technique to achieve your musical goals.
Originally from Colombia, Juan has been a resident of New York City since 2008. His music blends classical, modern, and avant-garde elements. He draws from his experience as a recording and touring rock guitarist in Colombia and Miami, his studies of East Asian music, inspired by interaction with m
Teaches students 7 and up
Music Education, Piano Emphasis from John Brown University
I grew up being trained classically, and although I value the skills I learned from classical training, I realized that I did miss out on the other aspect of learning piano skills. Those skills include improvisation, creativity, song-writing, and much more! I purposefully incorporate more than just sheet music reading while also trying to make reading music more accessible and relatable. Each student also has different individual goals with piano playing that I think are of utmost importance in the way I teach.
I am a pianist, singer, choral director and lover of many different genres of music from classical and jazz to musical theatre and indie/folk. I graduated from John Brown University in Siloam Springs, Arkansas with a Bachelor's of Music Education, emphasis in Piano. If you are studying voice wit
Economics from Dickinson College
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Teaches students 8 to 65
Richard A.Book Now
I have a unique background in that I didn't go to a typical 4 year conservatory, but I was able to procure a job with the First Violin Section of The Philadelphia Orchestra. I have a very practical teaching style that I believe is effective with every level of violinist. Many of my students have won auditors at every level from District and Youth Orchestras to full scholarships to major Conservatories to jobs with Major Symphony Orchestras!
My name is Richard Amoroso. I am a longtime member of First Violin Section of The Philadelphia Orchestra. Even longer than that, I am a Certified Music Teacher. The road to my success is less traveled in that I didn't attend a formal Conservatory. I attended a liberal arts college and completed a B
Teaches students 10 and up
Bachelor of Music from Belmont University
Teaching since 2004
I play banjo with several different country acts. Knowledge of bluegrass and pop/country banjo styles.
Daniel toured with the violin troupe, Barrage for two years playing Violin/Fiddle, Bagpipes, and Irish whistles. While touring with Barrage, Daniel performed for audiences in 11 different countries, and was involved with 103 high school and middle school workshops for over 6,861 students in 3 coun
Teaching since 2011
Teaches students 5 and up
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Hilo W.Book Now
As a musician, I am also a freelance artist an I have my own painting studio and gallery as well. I love to travel and teach so this is why I would love to teach online.
I believe that no matter music or art, they are all medium to nuture your own creativity and make you feel more alive.
I always encourage my students to be imaginative when it comes to interpret music. I believe one can play well have to learn how to appreciate music first.
Only with the students' own internalization of the music, the music can be alive.
To play music well means one has to understand the song from all different perspectives, not only the techniques but also the learn the musical themes that the composer intended to express.
And the most interesting part comes to the performer add his/her own touch and imagination, preference to the original piece.
I would love to share the joy of playing music with my students.
I will teach my students the lessons of techniques and expressions separately ...
I am passionate and enthusiatic piano teacher that loves to share my knowledge and techniques to my students from all ages and different background. I try to make my lesson to be easy to be understand, fun and engaging. But I always like to challenge my students from time to time, in terms of tec
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