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Teaching since 1984
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate
Teaches students 5 and up
Patty L.Book Now
My skills-training teaching style focuses on the individual and emphasizes self-exploration. I will help you find your passion for music starting at any level. I have over 20 years experience with choral direction, music teaching in the public and private school system and religious musical direction. I am Director of music at The bridge Pres Church and a certified Kindermusik Educator.
I have over 20 years of experience with choral direction, music teaching in the public and private school system, and religious musical direction. Although classically trained, I enjoy helping students play the music they listen to; classical, pop, hip-hop, contemporary gospel, hymns, jazz and any
Speaks Spanish, English
Music Education from East Carolina University
Experienced French Horn teacher of 10 years available for eager students of all experience levels! I structure my lessons so students learn what they want to learn, while also building a strong foundation of technical ability and excellent musicianship. I specialize in concert band and orchestra styles of music. For beginning students I typically use Measures of Success Book #1. For intermediate students I recommend Standard of Excellence book #2 and book #3. For advanced students I recommend etudes from Kopprasch.
I am a professional Music Educator. I play several instruments including Ukulele, French Horn, Trumpet, Clarinet, and Trombone. I graduated from East Carolina University with a Bachelors of Music Education. Ukulele students can expect to see improvement week to week in their playing technique. E
Teaches students Male: 20 to 70; Female: 16 to 80
Bachelors of Art in American Civilization (History and Literature) from Brown University
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
15 minute introduction / goal sharing sessions available!
Songwriting • Creative Writing • Public Speaking
NPR's Here & Now described me as "Writing and singing full-frontal." I am a singer-songwriter. I layer folk with classic rock for my signature sound. I am known for intimate lyrics and a raw, fearless openness. I am also a spoken word artist and public speaker. It is said that I captivate my audiences with my ability to tell a vivid, memorable and meaningful story in my songs.
Our Songwriting Lessons will be as unique as you—and the songs that choose you to bring them into the world. A song is a living creature. It has something it wants to say. Our job is to listen to it. It might come to you in words, in notes, or as an image in your head. The combination of this and of your own unique life substance makes a song come to life. That song chose you for a reason. Isn’t that so exciting?
I will show you how to work with a song. You’ll discover how listen to the song and
I love relating to all kinds of people. People love to tell me their stories and I love to hear them. I help you hear your story and then tell your own stories through song and writing. I believe that creativity is a path to healing and must involve a deep connection to our emotions. I am passio
Speaks Engish, Haitian Creole
Teaching since 2014
Dual Bachelor of Arts: Music and Media from Hobart &a William Smith Colleges
Youdlyn M.Book Now
Greetings students! My name is Youdlyn Moreau, and I have a huge passion for Music. I am proud to teach singing lessons to students of all ages. I can help any student with Music Theory, Songwriting, and Singing. Music is a major part of my life, and I am thrilled that I have the opportunity to share what I love most with others! Whether you’re a beginner when it comes to singing or you’re an advanced student looking to improve your skills, I am the perfect singing coach and music tutor for you!
I earned my Bachelor’s degree in Music and Communications from Hobart & William Smith College. As a musician, I have been singing and writing songs for basically my entire life. I am a classically trained vocalist, and I am extremely comfortable working with all types of music, ranging from opera to pop to acapella. These days, I experience great joy in helping others learn the fundamentals of music and song and working with people to improve their musical abilities. Through the years, I ...
Greetings students! My name is Youdlyn M., and I have a huge passion for Music. I am proud to serve as a Vocal Instructor for students of all ages. As a teacher, I can help any student with Music Theory, Songwriting and Singing. Music is a major part of my life, and I am thrilled that I have the op
Awarded Molnar/Harris Chamber Prize from Susan Molnar
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Bachelors, Music Performance, English from SUNY Fredonia
Building a positive learning environment is at the very core of my teaching philosophy. The lesson and the practice room are the times to make mistakes and learn how to reach your fullest potential! I offer well-rounded lessons, focusing on basic music theory, technique, expressive playing, and developing an understanding of why we make mistakes while practicing. My lessons will can cover everything from the very basics to orchestral excerpts/audition preparation. Let’s get started! I can’t wait to learn with you!
I am a professional flutist living in the Hudson Valley. I received my Bachelor’s degree in flute performance from SUNY Fredonia in 2016, and my Master’s degree in flute performance from SUNY Purchase in 2019. I’m currently working on my Artist Diploma, which I will receive from SUNY Purchase in Ma
I enjoyed our time together, practicing and learning a difficult and abstract instrument/subject was fun and engaging.
Highly recommend Emily to anyone willing to learn the flute! Thanks for everything Emily!
Teaching since 2006
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Bachelor of Music in Clarinet Performance from Northwestern University
I have been performing as a professional clarinetist for about 15 years in various orchestras and chamber ensembles. I'm happy to teach and advise all ages and experience levels from beginner to advanced. I have a keen ear for developing your most beautiful sound quality, and enhancing your musicianship through personal expression. My lessons are customized for each player's individual needs, with a strong foundation of the fundamentals. If you're preparing for an audition or recital, want to improve your tone and technique, or you're just starting out, I might be a good fit for you!
Hello! I am an active professional clarinetist in Arizona with a variety of orchestral and chamber music experience. I currently hold the position of 2nd Clarinetist in the Flagstaff Symphony Orchestra, and I perform as a substitute clarinetist for the Phoenix Symphony. Before moving to Arizona, I
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My 10 year old boy/girl twins have had lessons with Miss. Ilona for several months. Miss. Ilona, who is classically trained, not only keeps a nice balance between theory and performance, but also accommodates my twins' interests in contemporary music by helping them with their Spring Choral Concert music.
Every teacher has a point of view, personal preferences, and methodological bias that may fit one child but may not fit another child as well. Miss. Ilona, however, constantly leaves her doors open to communicate and listen, and make an effort to understand how my twins feel about the lesson material. She constantly adapts the material and tries new approaches to make them better violinists.
What I like most about Miss. Ilona is that she is willing to provide her students with opportunities to participate in Fund Raising and charity events by donating their musical talents. This allows her students to give back to the community what they have learned. On April 17, 2015 my twins performed at Theosophical Society Fund Raising at Deerfield Beach. On May 30, 2015, they performed at Children’s Oasis International Fund Raising to "enable today youth be tomorrow's leaders” in Africa.
After those events, my son wrote in his essay, “What matters to me most is to make people happy by doing what I enjoy doing…… While we played, the audience was very happy and cheered us after each song. It really made us feel so good…… After the performance, many people came to us and thanked us to play music for them. It really made us feel appreciated and so special. When I hear people saying they raised a lot more money thanks to us, I feel so blessed. I am proud that I can make difference by doing what I enjoy doing……special thanks to my violin teacher, Miss. Ilona and my twin sister."
As Hillary Clinton said, "...it takes a village to raise a child (the traditional African proverb)" during her own presidential compaign during 2007, it seems to Miss. Ilona, raising a musical child is a collaborative business, a business that the teacher, the student and the parents have to run together in order to be successful. Collaborative decision making with a child requires a willingness to listen, negotiate and compromise. As Jessica Turner (music educator) argues music instructors know about teaching music, but when it comes to your child and how s/he learns, we parents are the expert. As an educator myself, I appreciate that Miss. Ilona lets me work together with her to ensure the fit and quality of my twins musical instruction. I feel fortunate that we have found such a great instructor for my twins!"
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