Malcolm Visual Arts Lessons for Teens
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Speaks French, Mandarin Chinese
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate
Teaching since 2011
Angela received her bachelors in Vocal Performance with an emphasis on Classical Voice. She then moved to New York and studied under prestigious, broadway coaches at CAP21. She was employed as a part time music teacher at Lakewood Elementary in Sunnyvale, CA where she taught group lessons from grades k-5 along with some special needs classrooms. Since Angela has both a strong background in vocal technique and music theater acting, she offers a unique vocal coaching that integrates storytelling as well as a basic understanding of how to sing. She has many years of experience as an actress on stage and film & TV. Angela worked in a film & TV agency for many years in New York, learning the tips and tricks of what casting is interested in seeing! She looks forward to meeting you!
A native of the San Francisco Bay Area, Angela recently made her debut as a director at the historic Oaks Theatre in Pittsburgh, PA. As a seasoned actress and singer, with over ten years of experience, she completed her undergraduate at Cornish College of the Arts, where Angela completed her classic
Speaks Spanish, English
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate
Teaching since 2017
When learning guitar with me I make sure the curriculum is custom fitted for you! All student's aren't the same, and it is important you find a teacher who teaches in a way that speaks clearly to you. Achieving your goals is my top priority, and making sure you have fun learning along the way is my passion!
I have been playing piano, guitar and ukulele since 2004. Since 2004 I've tutored others in music, including a high school piano class. Starting in 2017 I began teaching professionally. I evaluate how each student learns best. Set goals with them, and create a curriculum that is fun, exciting, an
B. A. in Music Performance from Delaware State University
Teaching since 2006
Students can expect to grow as a well-rounded musician. I will teach the students about the basic fundamentals to the advanced methods of effective practices. As a professional musician, I will focus my time and energy on making sure students understand how much practicing can will improve playing. Students will have a weekly progress book. Get ready for great lessons!
Hello, my name is Mr. Pleasanton. I’m a graduate of Lake Forest High School (2006) and Delaware State University (2015) with a degree in Music Performance. My primary instrument is Flute. I’ve been playing flute since the 5th grade. I’m highly motivated and energetic individual who has 23+ ye
Speaks French, German, Italian, Spanish
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Awarded Concerto Competition Finalist from MasterWorks Festival
I have extensive training in musical theatre and have been in several productions. I am currently getting a M.M. in vocal performance at the Chicago College of Performing Arts and have extensive vocal training. I teach an open throat technique (appoggio) that allows the singer to sing with freedom, and access their entire range evenly. I also work with students to develop style, interpretation, languages, and acting ability.
I have extensively studied vocal performance for many years and continue to add to my own technique. I have a Master of Vocal Performance Degree from the Chicago College of Performing Arts. I have a Bachelor of Science Degree in Biology, where I extensively studied the anatomy of the voice. I am the
Teaches students 4 and up
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Sight-reading Mozart can be a bit intimidating. I can help. Everything from positioning your fingers to reading single notes and complex poly-chords.
I have experience playing a lot of piano concertos on guitar as well as an extensive background in music theory. I'm ready to help you discover your limitless potential.
-=FULL VACCINATED as of 5/19/21!!=-TakeLessons.com Instructor since it's inception, Jason M. is available for in person and online lessons worldwide leaving no stone un-turned! Jason has been playing guitar for over 20 years, ukulele, bass, banjo and keyboard for over 10 and teaching music in gen
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Patient, knowledgeable, easy to work with.
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A fantastic ear and knows what I need to accomplish.
In time, Jason will help me master my goal and in time to jam with friends this summer.
Speaks English, mandarin
Film Scoring from Berklee College of Music
Teaches students 3 and up
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I am dedicated to knowing my students well, in order to give them the best experience. The curriculum that I teach my students (age 3 to adults) is a culmination of my lifelong experience and insights as a student of multiple piano programs growing up, and also my training in Berklee College of Music as a piano principle. As a highly flexible, intuitive and quick-thinking person, I am able to adjust my teachings based on what my students need AND want. After all, I'd like to make piano as a skill for everyone to enjoy, express and heal themselves - that means giving my students technical skills, a certain amount of freedom and creativity in our lessons. My goal is that my students can play famous classical pieces, and train to play the songs they love, also potentially composing their own piano pieces if they like - this will be a collaborative process between the student and the teacher.
Hi! I teach beginner-intermediate-advanced piano. I have experience teaching young kids, and I believe that starting music education young is beneficial. I've played the piano for 20 years now. I started training in classical piano at the tender age of three years old. Between the years 2014-2018,
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