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M.A Biology from UNO
Teaches students 6 to 65
patrice N.Book Now
Welcome to classical piano! Do you dream of playing Beethoven's 5th Concerto, "The Emperor" in E flat major? Chopin's Nocturnes? Rachmaninoff's Preludes? Hi, my name is Patrice. I've been playing and teaching piano for 20 years. We start with the basics for beginners, and work our way to the Masterpieces. We have fun along the way, interspersing classics with Top 40 tunes!
Welcome to classical piano! My name is Patrice and I can't wait to meet you! I've been teaching private lessons since 1980. I've studied music and piano since childhood. I received advanced degrees in Biology while also studying piano, composition and music theory in college. While at the Rocky Rid
Teaching since 1967
Teaches students 5 and up
Bachelor of Music Education from Illinois State University
I have 50 years of teaching experience, from beginners to advanced students. I also teach the people no one else thinks are teachable because I work with people from where they are and find their best learning styles. Several of my students are now professional musicians, but that's not everyone's
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Finance from Arizona State University
Teaching since 2017
Having trouble staying consistent with your practices? Do you know your potential but haven't been able to reach it? I can guide you to achievement, and this is how.
I believe a successful and prosperous person has 3 hobbies.
One to keep them healthy.
One to make them money.
And one to keep them creative.
My approach to these 3 activities is the same. HAVE FUN.
If you enjoy something, the consistent practicing will become secondhand. I will teach you your favorite songs, improvisational techniques, and music theory all in a way that will make you forget to check the time. What are we waiting for? Let's jam!
I started taking lessons when I was 9, focusing solely on blues and classic rock. As I grew up, I branched out into heavy metal, jazz, and classical. At the end of our lesson, my teacher would always write something with me and let me solo over it. I think this was super important for keeping it fu
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate
Teaches students 5 and up
Teaching since 2008
Amanda I.Book Now
I love teaching ukulele lessons! The ukulele is so much fun. I love to teach my students to play the music they love to listen to!
Hello! I am a music teacher at an elementary school in Michigan. Outside of the classroom, I teach lessons and I am in a pop cover band! I have been teaching for 10+ years and I love working with beginners. I love to share my passion for music with others!
Teaches students 10 and up
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
BM In Music Composition from University of South Carolina
I began playing acoustic guitar at the age of ten and have studied both classical and jazz guitar at the undergraduate and masters level.
I offer a basic intro to acoustic guitar as well as more advanced studies. We begin with technique, open position chords, and scales. As you advance, we will work on more advanced techniques such as finger-picking, accompanying while singing, and improvising.
Hello future students, My name is Sean. I am a composer living in Fort Mill, SC. I hold a Master's in Music Composition from the University of Redlands and a Bachelor's in Music from the University of SC. I have been teaching guitar, bass, keyboard, audio engineering, and songwriting/compositio
I have been fortunate to work with Sean O. G. Burns over the past few months. His style is perfect for my needs. He is patient, and leads with a gentle push -- no pressure! Sean is incredibly talented in his own right musically, and has talents - I'm sure, well beyond my needs -- I see him as an excellent teacher for all ages!
Speaks English, French
Teaching since 2012
Teaches students 4 and up
Jesse P.Book Now
I'm a violinist of 17 years and I'm a graduate of the Crane School of Music with a Bachelor of Music in Violin Performance. At Crane I studied the principles of Suzuki Teaching and took the "Every Child Can" course.
I believe in providing a nurturing, welcoming, and warm atmosphere in which to foster students on their musical journey!
I started violin at the age of seven after being inspired by concerts my parents took me to when I was younger.
Jesse Parker is a professional violinist of 17 years and originally from Kingston, NY. Parker has performed in many venues/weddings all across New York, Ohio, Michigan, New York City, the Hudson Valley, the Adirondack Region, Westchester and parts of Connecticut. Parker is a graduate of the Cran
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I couldn't ask for more in a teacher. I am a newbie to the cello and Lisa made me feel very comfortable and also, her teaching style is very clear, logical, starting with the basics and building step-by-step. She has a good sense of humor, too. All said, after only my first lesson, I think my learn a new trick: playing a song or two on the cello. Deb Bisacchi, MEd, MSW"
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