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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 2012
Teaches students 5 and up
DJ S.Book Now
Having fun and helping the student is always my number goal!! Through this I establish foundation! Foundation can include techniques and practice habits but it never excludes the joyful part about music!!
After working with parents and children for the last 9 years , being involved in music while having fun creates more opportunities for the students down the line! I look forward to meeting you!
20 years of playing experience !! Let’s have fun. Tell me what you want to learn. I’ll do whatever I can to help you! Your lessons are customized for you. We’ll develop a solid foundation so that you can achieve your potential. I believe in you and we will enjoy lessons!! I look forward to meeting
BA in Piano Performance from Brigham Young University
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Teaches students 5 to 28
This is a high-quality studio. I strive to help students achieve goals small and large. I believe establishing proper technique and efficient practicing habits early and quickly opens doors.
My goals are:
-Provide a comfortable, encouraging atmosphere that inspires growth in and outside of music.
-Inspire a life-long love of music.
-Provide optional performance and competition opportunities in the community.
-Develop a work ethic that crosses over to other areas in life.
-Most importantly, we have fun at this studio.
Started piano at age 5, as many piano teachers do. I studied with Rowan University piano faculty at age 15 when I decided to focus my studies solely on piano. While working on my degree at Brigham Young University, I took lessons in Vienna, Austria with faculty at the University of Vienna and the V
Teaching since 2020
Teaches students 5 and up
BM in Classical Guitar Performance from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary
Travis P.Book Now
I pay attention to detail, and do not skip past the fundamentals of guitar technique. I make sure to explain why certain techniques are essential, and why I teach things a certain way. I try to keep my lessons organized and focused.
I just graduated from Southwestern Seminary in Fort Worth, Texas with a degree in classical guitar performance. I started out playing differing styles, but for now I will only teach Classical Guitar.I don't have much performance teaching, but I figured this would be a great place to improve! I can
Bachelor's of Music from University of Minnesota
Teaching since 2016
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate
Abigail S.Book Now
I am very passionate about technique, and so I make sure each student is set up for success by encouraging good posture and both left and right hand placements. I believe scales are vital, so each of my students does a variety of scales and rhythm exercises to ensure they are confident in counting as well as note accuracy and intonation. My mother is a piano teacher, so I grew up loving music, and in turn, falling in love with the idea of teaching! I care deeply about each student and want to ensure that they walk away from each lesson with new knowledge, whilst learning to love the violin and music in general!
Hello! My name is Abigail, and I am from Minneapolis, Minnesota. I am currently continuing my study in Columbus, GA, where I will receive my Masters in Music! I come from a musical home, and am passionate about the violin, as well as teaching! Teaching has not only helped my students learn more abo
Teaching since 1990
Associate in Business Management from Prince George's Community College
Each student's training program is uniquely based on his/her personal goals. This depends on individual needs to include teaching basic technique, music theory, chord inversions, scales, improvisation, site reading and/or ear training as part of the process.
Beginners, intermediate and advanced level musicians are encouraged to sign up to increase their playing skills and/or knowledge of marketing and branding.
Remember... becoming a fluent musician requires practice, practice and more practice!
This International guitarist is now offering online music lessons. With more than forty years of experience, he has performed with many well-known artists including grammy-nominated celebrities and others such as Freddie Jackson, Regina Belle, EU, Angela Bofill, Alyson Williams, Mya, Syleena Johnso
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