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Teaches students 4 and up
Teaching since 2004
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Emily W.Book Now
I have been teaching cello lessons students of all ages and abilities for over 10 years. I consider myself to be a traditional teacher incorporating several Suzuki Method principals, particularly emphasizing good technique, learning the value of effort, and using music as a tool to nurture soft skills that benefit non-musical aspects of school and/or life.
Through cello lessons I strive to help students reach the following goals:
1. Achieve the ability to make beautiful music and demonstrate a mastery of technique at every level.
2. Experience joy through playing music and a sense of success and accomplishment through hard work.
3. Develop valuable skills, traits, and habits that help the student excel in other areas beyond music lessons.
You can learn more about my teaching philosophy and studio at emilyrwolfram.com.
A Northern California native, Emily received a Bachelor of Music in music management and cello performance from California State University, Sacramento where she studied cello with Andrew Luchansky. During her time in Sacramento, Emily freelanced, taught cello lessons, and worked with several arts
Bachelor of Arts: Music (Performance and Pedagogy) from North Central University
Teaches students 9 and up
Teaching since 2003
The ukulele is a friendly-looking instrument. While the basics may be a little easier to pick up on than the guitar, strum patterns still might come as a challenge. I enjoy breaking down strum patterns of popular songs like "Riptide" and "Somewhere Over The Rainbow" to help students play them just like the song. Beyond the beginner level, I enjoy showing how the ukulele can be treated like a small classical guitar, playing virtuosic pieces on the travel-size instrument.
Chris grew up hearing his dad play guitar around the house and at live shows. He “caught the bug” around age 13 and hasn’t stopped playing since! He’s been teaching guitar since 2003 and received his Bachelor of Arts in Music at North Central University in 2008 where he studied jazz, blues, rock, c
Chris is a fun teacher who knows his stuff and who communicates well with both his students and their parents. I have three kids and have found it’s difficult to find a teacher who is responsive to parents + engaging with youth + gifted at music.
His rates are very reasonable for our area. His in-home lesson space is professional and comfortable — I get to sit on a comfy couch and get work done during my son’s weekly lesson. In addition, Chris goes above and beyond to make sure the lessons are meeting our expectations. He tracked down strings for us when we accidentally broke one. He has rescheduled lessons due to our busy schedules. He is genuinely kind and such a pleasure to work with — we couldn’t be more thrilled!
Teaching since 2010
Bachelor's of Music from University of North Carolina at Greensboro
Teaches students 13 and up
Joe D.Book Now
I teach electric bass in a wide a variety of styles including jazz, rock, country, funk, and R&B.
I am an electric and upright bass player who has been working as a touring and session bass player in the Nashville area since 2014. I have played with artists including Kacey Musgraves, Jo Dee Messina, and Mason Ramsey among others. I have a music performance degree from the University of North Ca
Speaks Japanese, English
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Teaching since 2011
Yusuke A.Book Now
I have taught more than 100 students from age of 3 to 65 over years of my teaching experience both privately and at schools such as Juliet Music, PianoVerse and Japanese Children's Society, Inc. I also worked as a program manager of lessons and coordinated recitals where 30 to 40 students performed on stage.
I started piano at the age of 4 but completely stopped when I was 10 due to lack of interest and patience. 6 years later, I somehow resumed piano and gradually became serious about it. As a late starter, it was not easy to acquire skills and catch up with other pianists, but I studied Classical Piano performance at Aaron Copland School of Music and graduated with departmental honor.
If you have a similar experience of quitting piano, we are a perfect match. Video lesson would be good too as long as you can read notes by yourself!
If you have stopped piano at one point in your life and are thinking of starting again, I can assure you that you should! It is never too late to start. I am here to assist you to learn basics, build up skills efficiently, and play a piece you dream of!
Teaches students 5 and up
Teaching since 2011
Sherrye P.Book Now
I'm a Board Certified Music Therapist who has been playing the ukulele for over 10 years. As a music therapist, I understand that every student has a different preference for learning and I teach according to that. It's not a one size fits all lesson. My goal is for the student to feel successful after every lesson!
I am a Board Certified Music Therapist with over 10 years of experience! I have a bachelors degree in music therapy from Montclair State University in NJ and I graduated with my Masters of Music Therapy from Berklee College of Music in Boston. I love all styles of music and play regularly at bars a
Bachelor's of Science from University of Indianapolis
Teaching since 2007
Teaches students 11 to 19
I pretty much teach all common areas of percussion. These include timpani, drum set, marching percussion, mallet percussion, concert percussion, and some world percussion.
Alex was born May 31, 1987. Since both of his parents were band directors, he grew up in a very musically inclined family. When he was 15 years old, during his freshman year of high school, he started studying percussion. A year later he began studying under Chad Kohler and continued to do so until
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