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Teaches Intermediate, Advanced
Teaching since 1979
Teaches students 6 and up
Jeff A.Book Now
I've been teaching music for over 35 years in all kinds of settings, including universities, public schools, community education programs, commercial music stores, and private practice. I've taught over 24,000 individual lessons and 160 sections of music classes on a variety of topics and hold both bachelor's and master's degrees in music. I am very client-centered while striving to meet generally recognized goals.
I have taught over 26,000 individual lessons and 160 sections of classes in virtually every setting, such as universities, public schools, commercial music stores, community education programs, private practice, and the internet. I have two degrees in music, a master's and a bachelor's, and a certif
Speaks Spanish, Portuguese, English
Teaches students 6 and up
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate
First thing I do before first day of class is send out a welcoming greeting via email and call a few days before first lesson. We Briefly discuss and establishing the learning goals for the course based on the visual literacy,technical,and intellectual competencies the students should achieve by the end of a period is ideal for me to design the course or update an existing course for the student's desired outcomes. The syllabus and the schedule are completed along with a comprehensive strategy for what will take place during class. Music lessons include: warm ups, exercises, technical and theory work, solfeggio (sight-singing), ear training, repertoire musical coaching, composition writing, preparation for performances and more.
Hi! I’m Priscilla also known as Ms. P. to my students. I'm a mentor who values a unique and creative approach to learning music and photography. In my career, I’ve realized the importance of using a variety of teaching techniques catered to a student's learning style. As a mom, I’m witness to
Teaches students 8 and up
Awarded Magna cum laude from University of Redlands
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Michelle’s intention for each student is to support them in finding and cultivating their unique voice, as well as their musical and performance abilities. Michelle has been teaching Singing for over 10 years and her students have gone on to study music performance, classical voice and musical theater at the college and university levels. Some of her students wish to improve their singing abilities purely for their own enjoyment and fulfillment. Others have had great success with variety of singing achievements including school performances, competitions, community theater as well as going on to professional level performance opportunities. Within the first few lessons, you'll begin to get to know your unique authentic voice, have a greater understanding of how to use it in healthy ways and how to better cultivate your personal singing goals. As time goes on you'll gain the confidence and skills necessary to support you on your unique musical journey. Michelle loves working with ...
I believe that everyone can sing, it is just a matter of learning how to use your own unique instrument. From a very young age, as a performer, I was sharing my love of the arts with others. I grew up with an immense appreciation for the self-expression and creativity that result from all forms of a
Teaching since 2009
Bachelor of Music – Popular Music Performance from University of Southern California
Teaches students 5 and up
I have extensive knowledge of both classical and popular music theory, and have been studying theory for 8 years now. These lessons will open your eyes to how music works and give you the tools necessary to write songs.
Welcome! My name is Becca M. and I am an experienced songwriter, guitarist, and performer looking to share my knowledge and love of music with others. I am available for in-home, in-studio, and online lessons. I've been teaching private lessons since 2009 and graduated this May 2017 with a Bachel
Teaching since 1984
Agriculture Education from Clemson University
Teaches students 7 and up
Ecology... How do the parts of where we live fit together? How do we fit into it? Can we fit? What is our place? What effects an ecosystem? Why do some plants or animals die? Can we stop that? How can we judge if an ecosystem is viable? What does it take?
What's our responsibilities? Can we actually make a change? Can we stay the same? How does everything fit together? Is there anybody who's doing something right? It might be you.. Let's find out together...
This course is designed in a project based format. It can be taken apart for use in tutoring each aspect of ecology.
This course is designed as a complete year course in High School but can be adapted to middle school.
I'm 67 years old. My home is surrounded by trees, squirrels, birds and flowers. I've been teaching science for about 35 years in private schools, public schools, technical schools as well as online. I retired from public school about 10 years ago but I never stopped teaching. The best part of wha
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate
Teaching since 2017
Bachelor of Music Education from Illinois State University
Lizzie O.Book Now
Looking for students of all ages! Wanting your young student to learn how to play an instrument? I offer classical beginning training including scales, chords, and other beginning piano skills. Students will be able to learn folk songs and even classical melodies. Older students wanting to learn how to play and sing along their favorite songs are also welcome! These students will receive more practice with chords and music theory. Looking to learn piano for another reason? All are welcome in my studio!
I am a licensed teacher and experienced singer. I graduated from Illinois State University with a Bachelors of Music Education, specifically in voice. Throughout my years of experience as a musician, I have experience in both playing and teaching the following instruments: voice, piano, trumpet, and
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Heather has helped me in so many ways,even in the short time I have had her as my teacher.She has helped me work on ''rejoice greatly'' with the timing and some of the fancy work that you have to do in that song with your voice. And also on mozart's ''Allelujah'' she has helped me to refine some of the technique work involved with your voice also. She is going to teach me to cite read music,because i cannot at this time read the notes on sheet music when they are all goofed up on the page of music."
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