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Teaching since 1988
Awarded Guitar Player of the Year from Western North Carolina Arts Guild
Teaches students 5 and up
Music Recording has always been an important part of my Career.
My Wife & I Both have Masters Degrees from Central Michigan Univ. I am an Air Force Veteran. My Wife helps me teach in the program and is an adviser for the Female program. Two deep leadership at all times and parents have waiting areas visible to classes. I love guitar and playing music, I t
Micheal's business based environment in an open studio type classroom is a must. In Micheal's unique style of teaching you not only learn to play the guitar, but he also instructs you in song with a spirit of being well satisfied.
As shoppers pass through the store they enjoy the sounds of students playing their guitars following the guidance of Mr. Christian. This also gives his students a chance to perform in front of other people giving them a finer definitions for the art of music. If you are looking for a music instructor, one who focuses in on your difficult areas and searches for improvement to make you the best musician possible in all areas, or if you are just looking to learn and have lots of fun, then Mr. Christian is your contact. Please visit him at one of his jam sessions..
Bachelor of Arts from High Point University
Teaching since 2012
Awarded 1st Place Vocal Performance from Greensboro Oratorio Society
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Anna-Parsons Nobles., soprano, is a graduate from East Carolina University's Master of Music program, studying under Dr. Perry Smith. She began her study of classical music and opera at the University of North Carolina School of the Arts' High School Program where she resided while attending their
Speaks Spanish, English
Teaches students 7 and up
Awarded Scholarship for Instrumental Performance from UNCP
Beginners- We focus quite a bit on developing a split foundation of rhythm. This included written notation and basic rhythmic dictation. We start learning how to feel rhythm, and play simple drum beats or patterns well
Intermediate- In addition to the above info, we start to learn more advance techniques, and how to incorporate them into playing the drums.
Joseph Rincón has been honing his abilities on the guitar for over eighteen years and has performed extensively throughout the United States and in Spain. He earned his B.M. in Performance degree from The University of North Carolina at Charlotte, as well as receiving a formal recognition as “Outst
Speaks Hebrew, English
B.A Mus from The Newschool for Jazz
Teaching since 2010
As someone who suffered a lot from stage fear and anxiety in auditions or concerts, throughout the years I've explored different ways to control my reactions to stress and fear with the help of the knowledge I've acquired through my studies in psychology, meditation and Alexander technique.
I'm really passionate about sharing this knowledge and helping other people preparing best for a focused and relaxed audition which is a key for success in performance world!
An award-winning Jazz violinist and a graduate of The Newschool of Jazz, I would love to offer you my unique approach to learning this incredible and versatile instrument. Through ear training and improvisation we will learn how to master the instrument whether you're interested in playing classica
Awarded Award from Gigmasters
Teaching since 1977
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
I've been teaching Acoustic Guitar for 30 years. My students have gone on to play professionally, have their songs on iTunes and teach at the college level. Within the first few lessons, you'll be able to identify notes on the neck, start working with open position chords and using those chords to play simple songs. As time goes on you'll be able to play up the neck using movable position chords. (I love teaching this stage. Once the students learns how these chords work and how it saves them time learning, they are always very happy.) I specialize in fingerstyle playing but enjoy pickstyle as well. I typically use Jerry Synder's Guitar Instructor book 1 and 2 to get started. They cover open position chords, moveable chords, pickstyle, fingerstyle,staff notation reading, bass runs, etc. I love working with students of all ages and experience levels and I can't wait to meet you!
Hi, Welcome to my TL's profile! If you're looking at this site, you're already on your way to becoming an AWESOME musician! Whether this is your first attempt at music lessons or you've been playing for a while and trying to improve your skills, I'm EXCITED about working with you. I am a p
Teaching since 2005
Teaches students 18 and up
Teaches Intermediate, Advanced
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I have taught professionally for 15 years. Evaluating the needs of each individual student, a course of study will be created that will both challenge the
student, and build confidence as they develop playing and reading skills.
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