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Speaks English, Mandarin Chinese
Teaching since 1999
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Do you have a piano audition, trumpet audition, or music test coming up? I often work as a panelist, adjudicator, clinician, and judge for auditions, competitions, and clinics. Let's make sure you're ultra prepared to knock it out if the park!
I am a professional pianist who primarily performs but also loves to share the gift of music through teaching. My specialty is jazz but I play most other genres and am a firm believer of learning the fundamentals. Iteach all ages and levels, and want my students to be having fun! And if your pia
Teaches students 3 and up
Teaching since 2001
With in a few lessons students will be able to play a simple song and with continued practice and teaching from me develop love and understanding of music
Hi, there! My name is Christina E. and I can't wait to meet you! I've been teaching private lessons for 15 plus years and have loved helping my students prepare for concerts, school auditions, and just learning music. I attended the Alabama School of Fine Arts high school and Queens University of
Teaching since 2012
Teaches students 5 and up
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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
Teaching since 1975
Music & Psychology from Old Dominion University
Teaches students 7 to 85
Learning dulcimer tunings & strums with a good dose of musical info is easy & fun!
Whether you are 5, 25, or perhaps 85 years old when you make the decision to enter the world of music, you will be changing your life for the positive. Your relationship with music & your chosen instrument is unique & will be lifelong. I look forward to sharing your excitement as we pursue
My children have done violin, ukulele, guitar, and mandolin, Highly recommended! 💫
Teaches students 8 to 75
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Teaching since 1993
As an accomplished professional musician and teacher, I understand the musical journey. I have been teaching students ranging in ages from 7 to 91(!) for many years, from beginners to professionals. and tailor my lessons to each individual. I believe it is about the journey and enjoying the process. I include context in my teaching, giving a more holistic approach to art and music. I believe the study of music will enrich your life in many ways and that music can become a friend for life.
After all these years of playing and thousands of gigs In many genres, I still remember why I started playing in the first place. The excitement and joy of playing and exploring music should last and I strive to impart that in lessons. Of course, you need to know how to work the machine and I teach
Bob is a talented, accomplished performer who shares his in-depth professional experience and broad knowledge of music history and culture to educate and motivate. During lessons, Bob has been known to relay stories from classical-era musicians’ lives, play passages from 1930s to current jazz musicians, and impart lessons from his own performance experiences. I'm so often amazed that he has yet another fascinating example or story to illuminate a topic and provide new understanding of a concept.
Bob is a learner-centric teacher who provides creative, deliberate plans and steps to move forward, but will change course if needed to enhance success. Since I started the saxophone later in life, he often mentions the “unique strengths of adult learners” and relates adult life-knowledge to learning musical concepts. Additionally, I have long struggled with confidence in music-making and Bob has come up with creative solutions to help me overcome my own “getting in the way” of music making while keeping me on task. Along the way he has been understanding, kind, and supremely patient while working through this challenge with me.
Bob brings a keen intellect, good sense of humor, and a relaxed and fun teaching style to his lessons. I feel fortunate to have an expert and steadfast guide who encourages me to explore and have fun with music while helping me gain knowledge and skills. Do yourself a favor and call Bob to guide you on your own musical journey.
Speaks Geman, Italian, Spanish
Teaches students 7 and up
Bachelors of Music Performance from Eastman School of Music, Rochester NY.
As a performing artist I wish to share the technique of presentation.
Concert or the Musical stage The duties of the performer to achieve success for auditions or shows.
Thirty years of private lessons for Voice, Violin, Viola, Piano, and Music Theory. Music IS the universal communicator, educator, healer, and conflict mediator. We expose our children to music to ignite their awareness and stimulate natural learning concepts. I share my knowledge to connect to
I also explained my level of experience and was assured Raycurt was qualified to teach at the level I needed, but he came off as less knowledgable than me, which was particularly disappointing.
Worst of all, after multiple hours of speaking on the phone, I couldn't get my money back for this lesson.
I'd strongly recommend not using takelessons at all, they've put a horrible taste in my mouth for their entire service.
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I work very long, irregular hours at an extremely stressful job so I picked up piano lessons as a stress-management mechanism. To be clear, I had played for over 8 years before I stopped in college. So, my primary goal was to regain enough skill to be able to learn pieces quickly and play them for leisure.
Troy has been very patient, flexible, and supportive. Importantly, he is able to tailor each week's lesson to his students' needs. Some weeks I come in and I've had time to practice. But on other weeks, where I come in during a break at work having not even SEEN a piano all week, we work on sight reading and technique. Even if you haven't practiced, he makes each lesson worthwhile.
And my sight reading has improved dramatically!"
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