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Typically priced lower than local lessons.
Online students stick with lessons as long as local students.
For the best experience, we typically recommend 60-minute music lessons. However, students looking for a more affordable option may want to consider a shorter lesson length of 45 or 30 minutes. On average, 45-minute music lessons are 23% less expensive at $47, and 30-minute lessons cost 38% less at $38.
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Lessons are for children ages 5 through adults. Cheap lesson fees do not necessarily insure that you will be taking piano lessons from an experienced and qualified teacher or have the best lesson experience. I want to produce students who play accurately and wonderfully expressively. I want them to be independent enough to figure out how to play familiar as well as unfamiliar music, both by ear and through reading musical notation. I want them to be intelligent musicians, able to understand and describe music they are hearing.
I began studying piano at the age of 7 and organ at the ag
Teacher has training and teaching experience teaching children and adults of all ages so no need for gimmicks or short cuts. Thank you for your interest in my studio, and feel free to contact me if you would like more information. You must have a piano or full size 61 keys keyboard to take piano lessons.
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Chris received his education and training at San Jose State University, and the Naval School of Music. Chris currently plays professionally for the United States Marine Corps Band, and is finish his Bachelors in Music Education and Jazz Studies. As an expert in his field, Chris ensures new students achieve their personal and musical goals. Chris's lessons are personalized, flexible, and ensure standards are met with knowledge from some of the worlds greatest musicians. Chris also has experience teaching students with special needs.
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· Trumpet · In home
· Trumpet · Online
Needless to say, it was very unprofessional of him, and we intended to end our relationship with him as my son's instructor.
The thing got worse when he proceeded to schedule my son for a weekly reoccurring lesson for the next year. I've had to manually cancel each lesson, at least until Jan 2015.
I would strongly warn you against signing up with Chris if you expect an instructor who is reliable and responsive to your communications. I'm sorry it didn't work out, but the other problem is that this was my son's first experience to music lessons, so it was a bad first experience.
· Violin · Online
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Steven is currently an indie rock solo singer/musician/producer with a number of albums in release (on iTunes, Amazon, Spotify and more); recently spent two months as NY's #1 indie artist on Reverbnation's charts, and continues to perform all over the country. Steven also records and tours with other artists, playing huge festivals all over the world.
Having performed on small cabaret stages fo
*** Lesson Details ***
Voice - emphasizing proper breathing techniques, vocal exercise for improving tone and range, while working on songs (both traditional and popular).
Piano - proper technique, music reading, exercises, basic music theory, and material including popular songs.
Guitar - technique, reading (either standard musical notation and/or tabs), understanding chord charts, finger exercises, while working on learning new songs.
*** Travel Equipment ***
Acoustic and/or electric guitar(s)
Small portable keyboard
· Guitar · In home
Steven is a great teacher and very nice person.
My son like him very much.
My son took lesson from few other guitar teachers, but he said Steven is the best teacher ever !
· Guitar · In home
· Singing ·
Steven is professional, fun to work with, and gets great results.
When studying with me, a student can expect to feel heard and understood. I can work with any vocal issue, including tension, breathing, resonance, etc. While my specialty is healthing belting, I also have a history of classical training, which I use when teaching legit musical theatre styles. I am still in the industry, and so have a finger on the pulse of what directors, casting agents and studios are looking for.
Whether you are at a professional level, or just looking to have some fun, I would love to work with you. As your teacher, I can create a customized warm-up track for your voice, which will help you improve daily. This can be used throughout the week to practice. Upon request, I can also send a weekly "homework" packet with a written summary of our lesson that day. On the other hand, if you are looking for a more relaxed approach, I can do that as well. Whether you want to be pushed or start slow, I'll be right there with you.
· Vocal Training · In home
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I take time as a teacher to get to know my students and the way that they learn. Everyone is different. The most important aspect of having a teacher is being able to learn from them.
PIANO- I studied for a long time with German Diez. (his principal teacher was Claudio Arrau) I have found a way to integrate the piano technique I learned from him into an engaging process of learning the piano- this is NOT limited to classical music.
ABLETON- I have used Ableton as a DJ, to create live dance music, as a device to perform as a multi-instrumentalist. I have used it to score a theater piece whic
ACCORDION- I have been playing accordion since 2005. What drew me to that instrument, as a pianist, was the portability and being able to crescendo on one note. If you play piano and are interested in this instrument, the crossover takes a couple of weeks but, the results are immediate. If this is your first instrument, you will have a BLAST learning it!
COMPOSITION- I am trained (via Bard College, Joan Tower) as a "classical composer". Meaning, I write the notes on the page. However, it is 2019 and there are many ways to write music. In my career as a composer, I dedicate my life to exploring all the ways that one can be defined as a composer. I am more than happy to share my experience with you as a mentor to your creations. I will never tell you what to write- I will offer suggestions and be a vehicle to help you realize your music. Sometimes it takes a support system to "find one's voice". I am especially sensitive to people who are shy and/or late bloomers.
SYNTHESIS- Did you just get a new synth and can't figure out how to get it to make a sound? :) I am here. As a musician- whether seasoned or not, if you don't understand the basics of synthesis you are literally missing out on a WHOLE sonic universe.
· Ableton · In studio
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Lessons with me will be engaging, informative, and fun. My favorite moment while teaching is watching a student light up when they finally get a concept or nail a passage they've been working on
I set clear goals for each lesson and expect the students to try their best to meet them. I don't expect perfection, but I do expect them to put in the effort. No musician will tell you that they "work" their instrument. We practice and play our instrument, just like an athlete practices and plays their sport. Effort is involved, but it doesn't have to be work!
I encourage my students to love their instrument, their music-making, and learning, no matter what age or background they come from. I am always available via email or text to communicate with students and parents to ensure that we stay on the same page and know what is expected from one another.
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-Bachelors Degree from The University of Utah with an emphasis in Instrumental Music Education
-Professional Teaching License Issued by the Utah State Office Board of Education (Utah Music K-12 Teaching License)
-Passed the Praxis II Music Content Exam
-Guitarist in the Jazz Program at the University of Utah, Jazz Guitar Ensemble 1 & 2
-Cellist in the Utah Campus Symphony at the University of Utah
-Student Taught at Cottonwood High School & Mountain View Elementary
-Electronic Music & Ableton Live Certification issued by the world renowned "Dubspot" school. located in New York City
-Successfully Taught Orchestra, Wind Ensemble, Jazz Ba
-Performed in several bands ranging from Jazz, Soul, Singer/Songwriter and Reggae music
-Counselor at the Boys and Girls Club in Sugarhouse for over 3 years (experience in teaching and organizing activities for kids between the ages of 5-12 years old)
-Over 16 years of playing experience on the guitar, and 10 years of teaching experience.
I was reared in church so I was exposed to gospel music for much of my life and learned to sing about the same time I learned to talk. For 35+ years I have not only enjoyed listening to gospel but singing it as well.
Some of my hobbies include laying Spade and other card games, and van living. Living the minimalist life has been one of my joys since retirement. I bought a minivan several years ago and was letting it sit in my yard and finally decided I wanted to convert it to a small home on wheels. That was one of my many accomplishments.
I am a firm believer in continually educating yourself therefor I have returned to colle
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