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Popular Music Teachers Near New Salisbury

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Jared L. Louisville, KY

About Jared

I've been teaching in the Louisville area for nearly six years and have worked with over 100 clients for over 5,000 lessons. I've worked with students of all ages, backgrounds and abilities. Whether you're looking to learn to play an instrument you've always wanted to play, learn how to play some of your favorite songs, or just want to learn for fun, I'm here to help you! *** Lesson Details *** I enjoy teaching all ages and abilities, from 5-year-old beginners to advanced students who'd like fine tuning. I'm relaxed and laid back while encouraging you to reach your potential. Whether you're an absolute beginner or a seasoned expert in need of some fine tuning, I'll carefully evaluate your strengths and weakness and create a lesson plan suited to your individual learning style, ...

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Dona A. October 8, 2014
Piano · In studio
Verified Student
Jared is an excellent teacher. I am 62 and took lessons from Jared for about 6 months. He individualizes his lessons, he is very knowledgeable in every aspect of music. He communicates and gives as much or as little information as you desire. We also covered a lot of theory as part of the lessons which I enjoyed.

He has a nice manor and is respectful.
I recommend him highly.
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Michelle (Trevor) N. June 29, 2014
Piano · In home
Verified Student
Trevor is learning very quickly and is having fun. Jared has been so patient and really enjoys teaching. He has been very willing to change the schedule to meet Trevor's needs. So happy with the way things are going so far.
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Bob F. March 6, 2014
Verified Student
Great instructor

Jarred is an excellent instructor. He is knowledgeable and patient. He is easy to understand and communicates well.
Eva M. Louisville, KY

About Eva

If you are looking for a truly caring, passionate and dedicated teacher and want to have a rare and life-changing experience in your lessons, then look no further! I am a professional musician, I sing, play piano, and teach both voice and piano lessons. This unique combination of abilities and areas of expertise offers me the chance to help my students to grow, transform, and awaken their gifts on every level. As a teacher, my number one goal for each of my students is to foster confidence in one's self and one's abilities, and to grow one's skills in and passion for music. As I appreciate and expect that each student's goals and interests in music will be different, I approach each student and their lessons accordingly. Whether my students are young or old; whether they view ...

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Alicia N. August 7, 2014
Singing · In studio
She is an amazing teacher. She has stretched my daughter and encouraged her so much!
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Carla B. May 28, 2014
Singing · In studio
Verified Student
Eva is not only a wonderful teacher, but a very genuine person. Her positive attitude is inspiring and my daughter always left in a better mood and feeling great. Eva knows how to keep lessons fun and light, while still pushing my daughter to improve. I can't recommend her enough!
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Matthew J. February 15, 2014
Singing
Verified Student
Just an all-around pleasure!

Eva is an incredible vocal coach as well as a confidence coach. The things she taught me and had me do not only strengthened my ability as a singer, but made me more comfortable with developing my own voice and performing in front of others.

She is also very personable and flexible in helping me with whatever I want to do. She isn't the type to try and cram material down your throat that doesn't interest you or in some way help you to get where you want to go.

I always look forward to my next lesson and wish that I could afford longer ones because I feel like I'm constantly growing whenever I'm there.
Alison S. Louisville, KY

About Alison

I'm passionate about music and love sharing that through performance and teaching. I received my degree in viola performance from the University of Louisville School of Music in May 2010. I studied under Chien-Ju Liao along with many other great violists in the Louisville community. I've also had the pleasure of playing with many quartets, chamber ensembles and orchestras including Louisville Youth Orchestra, All-State, the UofL Symphony, and the Louisville Orchestra. Some of my greatest moments involve playing in Carnegie Hall and premiering a world-class ballet performance with the UofL Symphony Orchestra. Music has been a part of my life since I was little and I can't imagine life without it. Along with viola, I also study, play and teach piano and violin. *** Lesson Details *** ...

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Scott M. May 4, 2013
Piano
Verified Student
Playing the piano is fun.

The first lessons Alison coached me on the fundamentals of piano playing, but also spent a good time listening to me play. The following lessons she added a songbook, delved deeper into the core course book, and added Beethoven (which I love). In short she had adapted our lessons to her evaluation of my ability and my feedback to build a course trajectory that would keep the lessons engaging, challenging, but fun.

Overall she is a great instructor and you feel no pressure playing in front of her.
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Ken D. September 11, 2012
Verified Student
Great teacher

My children love Alison. She is very patient with them and they enjoy going to lessons. I would recommend her to anyone that asks.
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AdrianP July 25, 2012
My daughter really enjoys her time with Alison. She's learning a lot and enjoys the warm learning environment that Alison provides.
Richard W. New Albany, IN

About Richard

I picked up the guitar 13 years ago and have always had a big passion for teaching. I switched my specialty to bass after three years and have taken it farther than I thought I ever could. In addition to the passion I have for playing my passion for teaching has never been stronger. Bass being my specialty, I teach everyone from beginner to master. Specialize in advanced techniques like pop-snap, harmonics and two hand tapping. For both guitar and bass I base all of my lessons on music theory and use that as a foundation for learning and understanding all music.

Chris G. Louisville, KY

About Chris

I am a working pianist/keyboardist/instructor in the Louisville area. I graduated from the University of Louisville's Jazz Studies Program in December 2013. During my time at UofL, I studied Brazilian music in Sao Paulo and Brasilia for 6 months. My current professional work includes playing in a Soul/R&B group, smaller jazz ensembles, and solo piano for various restaurants/private events. I enjoy playing a wide variety of music, from Jazz and Classical to Pop/Rock music of the past 60 years. I started teaching music privately during my undergraduate degree, and have experience in directing small and large groups as they prepare for musicals, wedding dates, song-and-dance competitions, etc. I look forward to teaching students of all ability levels and am comfortable accepting beginning ...

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Michael M. October 21, 2014
Piano · In home
Verified Student
Very Patient and knows his way around a piano. Very good teacher.
Samuel Y. Louisville, KY

About Samuel

My name is Samuel Y. I am 21 years old and have been playing trombone since I was 11. I was a very successful high school trombonist having made All-District 5 years in a row and All-State Two years in a row. I also was part of a matching band that won many championships and the concert band I was in won a national championship. I also was a music major at the University of Louisville. I am wanting to start helping beginners to intermediate players because I know just having someone to guide you asking helps someone progress so much faster, not only that I want to give the gift music to others and have it touch their life as it has mine. A little informed consent, I do not have a degree in music and my rates reflect that; however, I consider myself to be at college level and can ...

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