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Speaks Russian, English
Teaches students 7 to 17
Olesya G.Book Now
I have over 15 years of experience playing piano. I studied piano, music theory, composition and performance in school for 4 years. I’ve been teaching young students for over 5 years.
Hi there! My name is Olesya and I’ve been playing the piano for over 15 years now and teaching beginners lessons for over five years. I studied piano in school for 4 years and started teaching private lessons soon after. I try to make learning the piano fun for young children and teach using techni
Teaching since 2002
Teaches students 3 and up
Learn to play the violin with creativity, encouragement, and consistency. Violin students will learn via the suzuki method and or customized lessons. Students will learn to be creative, musical, and confident as they strum this beautiful stringed instrument.
Debra has been teaching private lessons since 2002 and is currently available to teach lessons in her home studio, and online. Debra has helped students learn to read, write and perform music in a fun and relaxed environment. Debra received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Music from Morgan State Univ
Teaches students 12 and up
Awarded Most Outstanding Band Member from Needham Broughton High School, Raleigh, NC
Concert level player for over 40 years. Have taught sectionals for schools, music camps, church worship services, and any other function that requires clarinet.
Besides my experience and love of music, I'm a people person with a gift of teaching, so it's a win-win. I have a B.S. degree from the University of Tennessee with a minor in music. I'm a concert level clarinetist (over 30 years) as well as barbershop singer (25 years) and worship leader (20 year
He is extremely knowledgeable and explains things clearly to me.
I also enjoy talking music with him. Our lesson time passes quickly.
Teaching since 2000
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Teaches students 8 and up
Ben C.Book Now
I enjoy passing on wisdom gained from years of playing in professional bands and studying music to people of all ages. I maintain a relaxed, anxiety-free teaching style that is focused on the individual goals of each student, no matter what their level of experience and stylistic preferences might be. You'll be playing fun songs right away, learn how to jam with anyone, and you'll have a blast!
Ben Cohen plays guitar for Video Game Metal band PowerGlove, as well as modern progressive metal band Lattermath. PowerGlove tours the US and Canada regularly with bands such as Dragonforce, mc chris, Symphony X, and Sonata Arctica. They have played on the Summer Slaughter Tour, and have appeared
Teaches students 4 and up
Awarded Golden Marmot Award from Crested Butte Mountain Theater - "Cabaret"
Teaching since 1988
I teach beginners through early advanced levels and have been doing so for 30 years. In my studio you will begin with the basics and when those are solid, you may choose a classical or recreational path or combine the two. The studio curriculum includes various styles and genres of music so you will be getting a well rounded education. Scales, chords and technique are also taught.
Hello! Thank you for your interest in Evergreen Piano Studio. I have been teaching piano for over 30 years. Lessons are given in my SE Olympia studio, or online. If you are just beginning or have been playing for awhile, I have a place for you in my studio! The course curriculum includes note-
She was only 5 1/2 when she asked to start learning piano, and even though I thought she might be too young, I didn’t want to discourage her. Linda said that as long as she could count from 1-10, knew her left from right and the alphabet through “G” she could start learning piano.
We have had stretches of easy sailing and lots of rough patches. It’s been a great set of life lessons for our family.
Linda tried several different approaches to see what would work best for my daughter. She has a great balance of patience, structure and encouragement. She’ll let my daughter chatter on about (non-piano related) stuff for a minute, and then, gently but firmly, get her back on track.
We have gone to several recitals and enjoyed hearing her other students play. We are consistently impressed.
My daughter has been taking lessons for two years now, and finally loves piano. She sees the benefit of working at something that doesn’t come easy. She practices every day without complaining! (She’s practiced every day for a while now, but there was A LOT of resistance in the beginning, and middle, lol). Now she knows that most people are not just naturally talented, they actually put in time and effort.
I’m sure Linda would be great for any adult too. One of these days I just might have to find out for myself... although my daughter keeps insisting she’s going to teach me!
Daily practice at home for my children has turned into a fun habit, and I do not have to be involved much anymore. Linda is a role model for how an instructor should be and I highly recommend her to everyone. I am very thankful to Linda for bringing such an appreciation and joy of music into my sons lives. Our family moved to Portland three months ago, but we are still driving to Olympia once a week for lessons because so far we cannot find another instructor with the same excellent qualities.
Bachelor of Arts in Music from Honors Tutorial College, Ohio University
Teaching since 2015
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate
Junior trombone performance student at Ohio University. I am an experienced beginning and intermediate private instructor and I will help you achieve better playing through tone development, proper instrument handling, and repertoire study among other things. I am very flexible as a teacher and I want you to have the teaching style that you need to learn! Shoot me a message and lets start improving!
"We don't need anyone else who plays trombone, we need more people who play music."
-Shachar Israel - Assistant Principal Trombone - Cleveland Orchestra
I am a graduate student studying Trombone performance at the University of Arkansas. I play in several ensembles across campus and am an active freelancer in Fayetteville, AR and I've had the opportunity to participate in two summer festival orchestras. Students can expect weekly practice assig
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