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Yves L.

Chino Hills, CA

About Yves

I grew up in Quebec City Canada, where I only spoke French during those growing years. From a very young age, I was always attracted to music and particularly playing drums. My mom has told me that before I could even walk, I was already banging away on whatever I could put my hands on. I would sit down with pots, pans, and spoons and bang away. My parents bought my first “real” drum kit when I was about five years old. It was a Mickey Mouse drum set that they ordered from the Sears catalog. I was ecstatic. Unfortunately, because of the poor quality of the drum, this particular kit only lasted a couple months, but it was on that very drum kit that I gave my first live performance. The concert took place in the basement of my house. This memorable concert included one song, a French ...

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Nathaniel W. May 16, 2015
Drum · In studio
Verified Student
He was great . And teaches it the fun way. Thank you.
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Luis P. March 11, 2013
Drum
Verified Student
Yves truly qualified in experience and teaching ability

Selected Yves as a drum teacher for my son based on his profile. Yves is an experienced, patient and fun instructor that has been effective making drumming fun and interesting to my five year old. Yves is good at making sure parents understand how to help their child in the learning process. Yves is a bit further out from me but I am not disappointed. Thank you Yves.
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GinnyL July 1, 2012
Yves is THE BEST instructor!

My son is 5-years-old and quite an active little guy! When he said he was interested in learning to play guitar, I wasn't sure we would be able to find a teacher for his age. We did; Yves is the best! Yves is always patient with him and understanding of his age/ ability. He instructs him with kindness and holds his attention. Yves also has a wonderful home studio in a nice home/area. He is flexible with scheduling as well. He goes above and beyond with extra help and recommendations for helpful materials. My son looks forward to seeing him every week and sharing with him 'how much I practiced'. We would highly recommend Yves to anyone.
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Christopher M.

Rancho Cucamonga, CA

Learn how music works and take the mystery out of music! The different scales, chords and arpeggios. How the are made, how they work together and how they are all related!

About Christopher

My name is Chris and I am a professional guitar player. I have been teaching sense 2008 now and sharing the joy of music with others has become a passion of mine. I started playing the piano at the age of five, the trumpet at nine and the guitar at thirteen. Over the years I have also learned to play the drums, bass, harmonica as well as how to sing. I studied at L.A. Music Academy as well as Musicians Institute. I am currently in two bands and putting together a third. I do session work for other artists and have played the National Anthem for a profession football team. *** Lesson Details *** When taking lessons from me there are many things my students can expect. First and most importantly it will be fun! Music is supposed to be fun and expressive so why make it boring and ...

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Tim P. July 1, 2014
Guitar · In studio
Verified Student
A wonderful experience, Chris is great. He keeps the lessons fun and exciting, knows how to connect to you. Enjoying every moment!
Thank you
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Truman March 4, 2014
Guitar
Verified Student
Christopher

Christopher is awesome. You can tell Chris is passionate about the guitar. This all comes out during his lessons. He keeps the lessons fun and exciting. If your in for a wonderful experience, I would choose this guy. AWSOME, AWSOME and AWSOME. pretty much sums it up.
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scottc May 26, 2012
student

If your looking to be ther best musician you can be, then I highly recommend this instructor!!! Christopher will cover everything from the basics and beyond and make sure you understand it as well.What are you waiting for?
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Jeremy T.

Glendora, CA

About Jeremy

Hi! My name is Jeremy. I started playing guitar at the age of 14 and by 16 I knew I wanted to play music for a living. I graduated from Azusa Pacific University with a performance degree in May, 2013. While at APU I performed with various groups including the APU Jazz Ensemble, which has won awards at the Monterey Next Generation Jazz Festival, and studied with many great teachers. Some of my favorite guitarists are: Oz Noy, Django Reinhardt, Stevie Ray Vaughn, Jim Hall, and Steve Lukather. Playing music has taught me to be open-minded and I love (or appreciate) all styles of music. My favorite artist is D'angelo. I am currently a working musician with guitar as my primary instrument. I have been very fortunate to perform with artists such as Stevie Wonder, Martha Reeves, and ...

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Stephanie G. March 2, 2015
Piano · In home
Verified Student
Great with my young son.
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Amy G.

San Dimas, CA

Sight reading and a basic knowledge of music theory is essential to all singers! We will incorporate many exercises into our lessons to help with ear training, as well as how to read music!

About Amy

Hello!! My name is Amy G. and I have been singing professionally for over 20 years, and a vocal instructor for over 10 years. I teach all styles/genres of singing and am passionate about finding the gold and strengths in my students and bringing out their FULL POTENTIAL!! Vocal Goals: To€... Develop free, uninhibited singing. Enhance quality of tone for a desired sound. Familiarize students with the piano. Match pitch. With... Full, strong, breath & body support. Clear diction. Vowel dexterity. Facial agility & upper-torso relaxation. Performance/Musical Goals: Develop boldness & energy. Look & sound professional. Expand the student's musical knowledge & repertoire. Embrace & comprehend the musicality ...

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Danielle R. October 2, 2014
Singing · In studio
Verified Student
I have been trying to come up with the perfect words to describe this teacher but I can't find anything I feel is good enough, other than the words wonderful and amazing.The way she teaches, and just her presence alone just blows me away, and I couldn't be more thankful to have met her and have the opportunity of her teaching me. If anyone is meant to be a teacher,it would be this person. She is so gifted.. Believe me when I say, if you have any doubt about choosing the right teacher, look no further because you just found her.
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Lindsey C. September 24, 2014
Broadway Singing · In studio
Amy has truly changed my life both as a performer and person.She helped me polish my vocal technique and singing methods, in addition to acting and audition coaching. She was very instrumental in helping me pick amazing audition songs and how to really give a memorable performance, even if it's just 16 bars at an open call! Before studying with Amy, I was a bit unfocused and rusty,now I am poised and confident in my singing abilities. Thank you Amy, you are an incredible and inspiring teacher!
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Jennifer O. July 6, 2014
Singing · In studio
Amy is the perfect teacher! She encourages and infuses her students with a feeling of success that makes you want to do more and continue to improve.
I had been having difficulty with vocal confidence and Amy helped me with that immediately. From the first session, I learned things about my approach to singing that I could correct and put to use at the very next opportunity. I have now have a voice because of Amy!
She is a fantastic Teacher and I highly recommend her to students of all ages!
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Marty D.

Corona, CA

Beginner intermediate advanced

About Marty

I am a professional Guitar Teacher with a life long musical experience (performing since 12 years old) . I have successfully taught hundreds of students and toured with numerous bands for many years. I have written and produced jingles for about 100 companies including America Express. I have spent my life in the music industry and having started myself at 11 years old and knowing how much enjoyment I got out of it, clearly this is the driving force for wanting to give back to kids like me when I started. Of course, students of all ages are welcome.. music is for everyone If you are looking for a professional instructor, I take your specifc needs, and customize every lesson to your skill level. I love teaching young people and I love to see them have those "light bulb moments" ...

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Roy M. January 9, 2015
Guitar · In home
Verified Student
Marty is patient with my 9 year old son is a first-time guitar player. All his background reflects his knowledge and ability to teach music. He is also easy to approach and accommodating in person.
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Denise R. October 13, 2014
Guitar · In home
Oh Man! Marty is THE BEST GUITAR TEACHER you can hope for! Music is his brain and he was easily able to break concepts and techniques down to make learning feel easy, productive and fun. I got to know Marty while taking lessons and his whole life has been music. He is highly respected in the music industry for his skills and knowledge, he's not just some guitar enthusiast, he is THE GUITAR MAN, he knows the people who make the guitars. He can play any instrument you put in his hands and playback any song by ear. He is super impressive and loves teaching, so he makes it very fun!

He will start by teaching you the chords of your favorite songs (mine were some simple Tracy Chapman songs) so it's motivating to go home and practice knowing you're soon to jam out and play music that you love. I can't say enough awesome things about this teacher. Seriously, if you want to learn in a mind opening and fun way, there's no other teacher I would recommend.

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