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About Sue D.

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Charlotte, NC
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About Sue
I enjoy teaching students of all ages and levels. Each lesson is customized to meet the individual students' needs and goals. I have over 15 years of teaching experience.

My education in music is extensive. I was principal cellist at the Interlochen Arts Academy orchestra in Interlochen, Michigan. I have a Doctorate from Indiana University in Music Composition and Music Theory. I also studied piano and cello at Indiana University. I have a Masters degree in music from Butler University in Indianapolis. My major was composition but I also studied piano.

My teaching experience is also extensive. I have taught intermediate campers at the Interlochen Center for the Arts summer camp as well as at Butler University and Indiana State University. I have been writing music and teaching private piano, cello, music theory, and composi
tion lessons in Charlotte, NC for the last ten years.

My compositions include solo and chamber pieces as well as electronic works, symphonic band works, and orchestral works. In 2004 I won the Judith Lang Zaimont award from the International Association of Women in Music.

I love music and enjoy sharing it with others. So whether you are 5 or 90, or somewhere in between, let's have some fun!

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Lessons are customized for each student. Weekly assignments will be given. Please bring a notebook to the first lesson for lesson assignments.

*** Travel Equipment ***
I expect the students to buy the appropriate music books and have the appropriate instrument.

*** Specialties ***
I teach in all genres - pop, rock, classical, new music, jazz, new age, etc.
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Almaz September 28, 2018
· Cello · In home
Sue is a fabulous teacher. She is patient and competent. You will be glad you chose her
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Micah July 9, 2018
· Cello · In home
Excellent teacher especially for a beginner!
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Johnna L. June 11, 2018
· Cello · In studio
Couldn't have asked for a better teacher! Sue is patient, kind and an incredibly gifted teacher and musician. It was an honor working with her.
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Sue D.

Sue D.

Charlotte, NC 28270
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About Rachel G.

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Fort Mill, SC

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About Rachel
I have played and studied music for 30 years, performing internationally and appearing with groups on local and national radio and television, and have had the good fortune to share the stage and even record with some very talented individuals!

As for teaching, I've taught hundreds of students over almost 20 years, and over that time, I can say I've learned that what can make or break a student's success is whether or not they enjoy their teacher and the work they are doing.

I love helping my students learn to read and play, discover their own love of music, and conquer their fears of performing. I've been described by students as encouraging and fun, and my teaching style is warm, positive, and relaxed. I have worked with many students, including some with learning disabilities, physical limitations, PTSD, and just plain ol' stage
fright! I work with you to play the music you enjoy and set your own goals, and I look forward to helping you reach them... It's what I love about what I do.

I began my violin studies at age 9, with my public school string program. I continued through high school and into college, playing and singing with auditioned district ensembles, school musicals, and chamber choirs, coming in as runner up in my high school's concerto competition, landing a full-tuition scholarship, and performing twice in Carnegie Hall. I studied opera, vocal pedagogy, and passed my piano proficiency exam from the advanced class.

In 2003, I earned my violin performance degree at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, and soon after, joined the Kansas City-based Celtic folk group, Tullamore. I have enjoyed 13 seasons with this lauded regional group, playing countless esteemed Celtic festivals across the country and embarking on five international tours of Ireland and Scotland, as well as a Caribbean cruise hosted for our fans. Our sixth international tour is scheduled for 2019 in Scotland.

In 2014, I relocated to Hampton, Virginia, where I auditioned for the Hampton Roads Philharmonic, and currently play as a first violinist.

From 2015-2018, I had the joy of fiddling and singing with Brackish Water Jamboree, an award-winning Americana band, featured on NPR's Blue Plate Special and Out of the Box series with Paul Shugrue, and host of the NorFOLK Festival.

Throughout this time, I have enjoyed teaching a full and enriching music studio of students: hosting recitals, open mics, and ensemble rehearsals, and watching students achieve goals they didn't know were even possible. I continue to teach online via Skype, Zoom, and TakeLessons Classroom, and I look forward to working with you to accomplish your own musical aspirations!
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Michael M. October 18, 2018
· Piano · In studio
Rachel was very helpful during my time with her. She was patient and engaged with my learning.
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Autumn S. September 18, 2018
· Violin · Online
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Rebecca M. September 17, 2018
· Classical Guitar · Online
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Rachel G.

Rachel G.

Fort Mill, SC 29715
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About Sara Ann B.

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Atlanta, GA
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About Sara Ann
I pace our lessons and over explain a technic to make certain the client gets the concept in a HUMORFUL, JOYFUL way. Patiently we apply it to a song that is your target song or to how and what you want product or YOU you want to sell to clients/your job/your promotion/ your new career.
With two masters degrees in voice and speech-language pathology, with specializing in eliminating chronic hoarseness and giving you the perfect foreign accent, I am a premier singing teacher who still sings at jazz jams sessions and former university professor of Kristin Linklater and Alexander methods. I previously was a full time professor of voice and music education, a Fulbright instrumental/vocal teacher at high school level, an elementary music supervisor. Presently, I am a film experienced screener for festivals, play bass guitar, I teach in pers
on onsite in a group, on Skype, and in Buckhead Atlanta 1:1 pitching your voice as an actor or salesman or singer. Clients love how I mold at least one technique to your speaking & singing voice the first 30 minute session.
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Bridget October 1, 2018
· Singing · In home
I took a series of singing lessons with Sara Ann because I want to be able to sing at the dinner before my wedding (preferably a duet) this coming November. I am not a singer, and have not sang in front of an audience since the 5th grade. Sara Ann did a wonderful job of introducing me to new exercises and warm-ups, helping me identify strengths that I can build off of, things that I can work on, and having a better understand of my own capabilities. I feel comfortable with the song that I've chosen to sing and am looking forward to the performance!
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Alena July 15, 2018
· Accent Reduction · In studio
Love the lessons with Sara Ann - informative, interesting, and always helpful! She is a true speech master who can clearly identify what is missing and find excellent tools to fix it. of My first language is Russian and I was always excited to minimize its presence when I speak English. I tried some online videos but realized unless someone in person points you to what exactly sounds wrong, there won't be any results.
Sara Ann is awesome in explaining details and makes it all smooth and easy. I can really see improvements. Highly recommend!
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Vasileios June 4, 2018
· Accent Reduction · In home
Wow! Sara is an excellent tutor! She knew how to pass her knowledge to me and she taught me various tricks on how to reduce my Greek accent. Highly recommended.
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Sara Ann B.

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About Jordan G.

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Hello,Im Jordan. I have experience as a performer and as a teacher,i have been a full time musician for my entire adult life.Ive been on tour all over the country,Ive taught students from age 3-83.This experience allows me to take my students in whatever direction they want to go. Some of my past students have been concerned that they may not be talented enough to reach there goals on the instrument and Im happy to say a lot of them were shocked at what they are capable of and have even exceeded their goals at times.

I teach Guitar,Bass,and Piano,I can guide you with a practical method that allows you to grow progressively based on your natural skill set,needs,and interest

I teach Virtually all genres of music,not just how to play the music,but the fundamentals that go along with it,so that you can always continue to improve,so wh
atever your interested in...Lets make it happen!
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Jessica August 31, 2017
· Guitar · Online
Jordan is a great instructor! My seven-year-old son took online lessons over the summer and learned a lot of basics in that short period of time. Jordan is very patient and really tunes in to what his student responds to and makes lessons engaging and fun. We look forward to signing up for more!
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Jessica July 5, 2017
· Guitar · Online
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Jeff D. December 6, 2016
· Guitar · Online
Jordan is a good dude! In two practices I have learned more than most years of lessons. Feel like on a path to not just playing guitar, but understanding it. Also, first teacher ever that I'm not watching him play his guitar the whole time. He watches, listens, and gives excercises to learn and improve.
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Jordan G.

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About Christina E.

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Concord, NC

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Hi, there! My name is Christina E. and I can't wait to meet you! I've been teaching private lessons since 15 plus years and have loved helping my students on preparing for concerts, school auditions, and just learning music. I went to Alabama School of Fine Arts high school and Queens University of Charlotte and earned a degree in Music Therapy in 2001. I'm a calm and patient and my teaching style reflects that. I look forward to helping you reach your goals!
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Matthew B. August 1, 2018
· Piano · In studio
very good. Explain s everthing
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Melanie March 21, 2018
· Violin · In studio
Wonderful first session! I definitely made the right decision by choosing Christina! She is knowledgeable and has great reassuring personality! ..Looking forward to my next lesson
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Deirdra T. January 2, 2018
· Piano · In home
Christina was a great teacher to my 8 year old daughter Alyce. We both miss her very much.
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Concord, NC 28025
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About Chad A.

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Charlotte, NC

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Experience most definitely. Having started on stage in such great productions as Shakespeare’s The Tempest to wonderful musicals such as South Pacific. In his career he has worked with French TV Super Star Veronique Jannot. Chad Ayers has also worked with some of the best that Hollywood has to offer. He has worked with Dana Carvey and John Lovitz of Saturday Night Live fame in a Super Bowl commercial as well as acting legends Burt Reynolds, Mickey Rooney, Elliott Gould and Judith Light and credited alongside Demi Moore, Beau Bridges, Sam Robards, Armand Assante, Ving Rhames and Robert Patrick to name a few. Most recently having worked with international TV stars Carl Marino and John Nicholson. Chad portrays an array of characters from the antagonist to the professor as well as the detective. Chad was trained by Caroline Serine with the
Eric Morris “How not to Act” style. Currently recurring on a Detective TV show and shooting films between traveling coast to coast. Having currently just wrapped two Feature films where Chad played antagonist Henry Dunlap in “Testing” on Amazon Prime. He also just wrapped as News Director boss Stephen in “The Crossbreed” with famed Turkish Director Biray Dalkiran in Los Angeles. Chad is very excited having shot the pilot for the TV show “The Rejects: Origins” a Sci-Fi Action adventure for a Major Streaming Network Portraying the role of General Heat. Chad is looking forward to the new series getting picked up and working with the wonderful ensemble cast. This past June Chad had the pleasure of working in the Feature Film “Risers “Directed by Mr. Jeff Martell. Most recently landed another recurring role on a new TV show Atlanta Homicide. Chad has also been cast in a new TV show called Knights End set in England AD 1017 in a recurring role in an ensemble with a wonderful all-star cast airing on a streaming network fall of 2018. Versatility is his specialty. Chad prides himself in being a chameleon. He is always up for the challenges of different characters. I really enjoy teaching and watching the student grow. I teach in a casual laid back approach.
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Chad A.

Chad A.

Charlotte, NC 28210
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About Maggie Z.

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Charlotte, NC

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About Maggie
I have a Bachelors degree in musicology and I have a lot of experience teaching early education. I can also teach students that have special needs. I have about 10 students currently enrolled in my studio now but still have some openings during the weekdays.
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Sayra August 27, 2018
· Piano · In studio
Ms. Maggie is a great teacher. She truly cares about each student and provides genuine support to her studentsz my daughter loves her.
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Lea July 19, 2018
· Piano · In home
Ms. Maggie is awesome!!! She’s patient and encouraging. Her professionalism and great interaction with kids are highly commendable.
I am very pleased to have found her!!
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Maggie Z.

Maggie Z.

Charlotte, NC 28262
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About William E.

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Charlotte, NC

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Greetings, My name is William, but everyone calls me Liam.

I am an inspired musician, college graduate of computer science from Radford University class of '17, computer/math tutor, and life-long student who loves Chess. I am a bass player who has performed in some bands back in university, and it serves as my primary instrument.

I currently work a day job as an IT Security Specialist as well as a tutor to students for mostly Math and Computer Science topics. I love my work in IT, and have many side hobbies that I am looking teach to others!

If you're interested in Guitar, Bass Guitar, Chess, Computer Programming, Mathematics, or are a student struggling to learn material in Computer Science or Math related courses, then you have come to the right place!

I look forward to helping you develop in any of the subject matters I am offe
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William E.

William E.

Charlotte, NC 28202
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$25 / 30-min

About Sean H.

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Charlotte, NC
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We are a husband and wife piano teaching team that enjoy seeing children grow as they expand their musical skill set. We are firm believers of learning the fundamentals. We teach all ages and levels, and want our students to be having fun!

And if your piano needs a tuning, we do that too!

It is great getting a student to think and analyze the task at hand. It might seem too hard at first, but I will walk the student through the process of figuring out how to play a piece. Learning music gives you a lot of skills applicable to everyday life.
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Sean H.

Sean H.

Charlotte, NC 28262
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