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Olivier H.

Bloomington, IN

About Olivier

My name is Olivier H. I am a horn player who received my MM in Horn Performance from Indiana University and am currently working on my DM. I have performed with American Youth Symphony, Redlands Symphony Orchestra and Columbus Philharmonic as well as being a finalist for Macau Symphony and semi-finalist for New World Symphony. I have also performed in sections with Dale Clevenger, Jeff Nelsen and Elizabeth Freimuth. My teaching style relies on simplifying breathing and focusing on achieving the best possible musical results. I take into account each student's goals and desires and tailor lesso
ns to get the end result they want. I have worked with many beginning students as well so whether your goal is an upcoming school or ensemble audition or just trying to sound as beautiful as possible I will help you achieve your goals.
I also have a minor in music theory as well as years of theory tutor experience ranging from teaching how to read music notation to Schenkerian analysis.
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Cassidy December 2, 2016
French Horn · Online
Verified Student
Olivier is a great teacher! He helped me build confidence and tailors the lessons to your needs. He is easy to communicate with and exceeds expectations.
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Zachary October 9, 2016
French Horn · Online
Verified Student
Mr. Olivier was very professional and well prepared. He gave my son great advice and took time to make sure he was comfortable. Very Knowledgeable.
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Seth S. May 23, 2016
Music Performance · Online
Verified Student
My son is extremely happy with his first lesson with Olivier! Looking forward to many more! Thank you!
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Olivier H.

Bloomington, IN 47401
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Megan W.

Bloomington, IN

About Megan

Hello! I am a passionate private vocal instructor looking for students who love to sing, whether as a hobby or as a profession or anywhere in between. I am currently working on my masters in Vocal Performance at Indiana University. I believe in my students success and love to watch and provide support as you grow as a musician and singer. I am a classical singer who uses classical singing technique to inform my teaching of other genres. If you have any questions about the nature of voice lessons, please contact me!

I can help your singing move in any direction that you would like to go
! There are no limits on what can be done, and I want to help you achieve your goals, whatever they might be! My past students have had varied interests, and I have enjoyed working with all of my unique students in their own artistic areas of interest.
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Rebecca G. September 18, 2015
Vocal Training · Online
Verified Student
she is already helping me learn how to breathe and stretch my range
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Alexandra July 20, 2015
I think Megan is an amazing singer and performer! She is a wonderful friend and has true talent in the classical repertoire! I would highly recommend Megan as a teacher who is supportive and knowledgeable!
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Divija Nadella July 7, 2015
Choir · In studio
It was a really fun experience to learn many helpful techniques !
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Megan W.

Megan W.

Bloomington, IN 47401
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Justin B.

Bloomington, IN

About Justin

Justin Bird is a widely acclaimed pianist, teacher, arranger, and collaborator whose fresh interpretations include an affinity for underrated repertoire. He has represented New Zealand as a finalist in the Kowhai Australasian Piano Concerto Competition, and was awarded the NZ Young Performer of the Year for piano. He won first prize in the inaugural NZ Kapiti Coast International Piano Competition and has appeared as a finalist in the prestigious NZ Young Musician of the year Competition, and MTNA National Young Artist Competition, USA. As a chamber musician he has twice been part of the winnin
g group in the NZ National Chamber Music Contest

In addition to performing solo with the New Zealand Symphony Orchestra, Auckland, Wellington and National Youth Orchestras, Florida State University Philharmonia, and Indiana University Orchestra, Justin has performed several times with the Auckland Philharmonia Orchestra. He has studied with Rae de Lisle, Bryan Sayer, Read Gainsford, and Marian Hahn, and is currently a Doctorate in Music candidate studying with André Watts at Indiana University.
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Lucy August 31, 2016
Piano · Online
Great teacher! Very insightful, knowledgeable, and patient.
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Justin B.

Bloomington, IN 47403
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Aaron C.

Bloomington, IN

About Aaron

Teaching in Blooming for over 12 years, Aaron Chandler has taught hundreds of local students to play the guitar! After traveling with band in Nashville, TN, Aaron moved to Bloomington to attend IU School of Music. From learning basic chords to soloing proficiently, Aaron can help take your music to the next level!
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Aaron C.

Aaron C.

Bloomington, IN 47408
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$15 / 30-min
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Gedeane G.

Bloomington, IN

About Gedeane

Hello! My name is Gedeane Graham and I am an active freelance makeup artist and voice teacher. I received my Masters in Vocal Performance from Michigan State University. While in my graduate studies, I grew the passion to teach others to successfully navigate the voice. I am currently a Jacob School of Music graduate pursuing a Performance Diploma. I believe that if music is implemented, one's overall productivity can change in a positive way.
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Gedeane G.

Gedeane G.

Bloomington, IN 47405
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$25 / 30-min

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