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Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Teaching since 1999
Guitar Performance from Minnesota State University
While teaching Ukulele I focus on chords and stum patterns. This is usually done while learning songs
My name is Jen P. and I have an extensive amount of education and experience within the music industry. I attended Minnesota State University for guitar performance and music industry. My experience includes touring, recording, teaching, writing, singing and playing various musical instruments.
BA in Music, Piano from University of North Carolina at Greensboro School of Music
Teaching since 2005
Awarded Superior ratings at NCMTA Piano Competition from NCMTA
I tutor students in basic beginner level Music Theory up to Theory Level 5 (in college course work).
Hi! My name is Morgan and I love teaching Music, Knitting, and Crocheting to all ages and skill levels. In addition to my music education and experience, I am also a Licensed Massage and Bodywork Therapist (#12725) and Certified Personal Trainer who specializes in Weight Management. Health and Fi
Morgan is excellent. She is very patient and very professional. She has gotten back to me right away when I had some scheduling questions.
Speaks English and Spanish, English and Spanish
Teaching since 2005
Teaches students 8 and up
Lessons include Technique, Repertoire, Chords, Theory, Improvisation, Finger picking, Scales. (Different music books are used depending on the students age and his level of knowledge).
The lessons are always adapted to every student making the learning process fun and efficient at the same time.
Hello there, I'm Juan I. Garcia and I'm a professional musician with a Bachelors degree in Jazz Performance from New Jersey City University (I speak both Spanish and English fluently). Currently working as the lead Guitarist in different bands in NYC and NJ. I have been an instructor for more th
I would highly recommend taking lessons with Juan, it will be a productive and highly enjoyable experience - you will not regret it!
My 10yr old recently started taking lessons with Juan, and we couldnt be more pleased.
Juan is patient, professional, reliable and easy to work with.
We had a bumpy road finding a good/reliable teacher for my son.
Im glad we gave Juan a try!
Teaches students 10 and up
Classical Guitar from Barbara Ingram School for the Arts
Awarded 2020 Runner Up from Baltimore Loves Talent
With my lessons, you can expect to learn everything up to advanced technique, music theory, and improvisation. I can help you find your personal style as a guitarist.
Skilled producer, guitarist, and marketer who has worked on over 100 songs. I started playing guitar at age 13 and graduated from Barbara Ingram School for the Arts in 2012.
Skilled producer, guitarist, and marketer who has worked on over 100 songs. I started playing guitar at age 13 and graduated from Barbara Ingram School for the Arts in 2012. Since then, I worked to become an effective collaborator in the indie-pop genre. I take the “random melody you sang in your c
I also look forward to learning more about musical programs and production thanks to Will.
Teaching since 1980
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate
Teaches students 4 to 80
My best quality is to be Patient.
I teach in the easiest possible way.
Learning to Play classical piano or
classical guitar is very Easy with me.
I teach from 4 years old to 95 years old.
I teach in English and Spanish.
As a gift for my students,
I can tutor some French too.
We have always happy lessons.
Students have to practice every day at home.
I teach you in my studio how to practice at home
"WELCOME" Now I am doing my music lessons on line. I am a happy teacher with a lot of experience: piano, guitar, Organ, Keyboard, bass guitar, piano accordion, Button Acordeon. Styles I teach: classical, jazz, pop/rock. I train your ear to develop musical memory. I have bee
Teaches students 5 and up
Teaching since 2019
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
I am able to to teach music theory from the very beginning up until post-tonal theory. I specialize in teaching beginners with basics like recognizing all key signatures/circle of fifths, solfege, reading in different clefs, intervals, triads, and different types of scales. However, I am an experienced tutor in many levels of theory and can most certainly be of help for homework assignments and creating exercises to understand different concepts.
I am a recent graduate of the University of Michigan - Ann Arbor, where I received bachelor's degrees in piano performance and philosophy. I have strong passions for philosophy, piano pedagogy, chamber music, and contemporary music. I recently won first place in the Camerata Artists International V
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