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Awarded 2nd prize in composition, honorable mention in songwriting contest from 1. Rubin Academy Jerusalem, 2. The Billboard international contest
Teaching since 1997
All styles and levels, from Twinkle to Toccata and from Beethoven to Blues and beyond.
Dan, a multi faceted musician, composer and educator active in the tri-state area since 1994. Dan's eclectic education, upbringing and fields of interest render him one of the unique voices in the dynamic field of current music education. In an era where old boundaries are breaking and a growing m
Doctorate of Music, Woodwind Performance from Florida State University
Teaches students 5 and up
Teaching since 2011
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10 years of experience playing and teaching woodwinds professionally; Doctorate of Music.
No matter your experience level or goals, I make lessons engaging and positive. Learn fundamentals, improvisation, and play the music you've always wanted to!
Hi there! I've been teaching and playing saxophone, flute, and clarinet professionally for over a decade. I'm a member of a well-known saxophone quartet and frequently tour the United States and Europe giving concerts and teaching. I live in New York City and have worked on Broadway, in film scores
Speaks english, Polish
Teaches students 6 and up
Music Education from William Paterson University
Anyone can learn piano! In my lessons I teach you to strengthen your core skills, but also will help you to learn the kind of music you want to learn. My goal is to get you to a point where you can learn to play anything!
I started playing piano when I was 6 years old and before 5th grade I was accepted into the prep program at Mannes The New School of Music. I studied piano and music there until I graduated my senior year of high school. After finishing my bachelors in Music Education at William Paterson University
Speaks English, French
Teaching since 2010
Teaches students 7 and up
I approach my teaching by finding every singer's true and honest voice, and then exploring ways to make that voice as free and beautiful as possible. In the course of our lessons I will utilize techniques to explore breath control, resonance, range and freedom of not only the voice, but the body's ability to express while performing.
Every person that is capable of speech is capable of singing beautifully, and I fully embrace that mantra as a teacher. With that approach, I teach a wide variety of styles, ranging from Music Theater to classically informed Operatic Singing. Let's make some music!
I am an opera singer, general musician and educator here in the Bay Area, with Professional Stage experience in Opera, Music Theater, Choral Work and Spoken Word. Most recently I've performed on stage at San Francisco Opera, West Bay Opera, Lamplighter's Music Theater and Pocket Opera! I also regul
Speaks English, Hindi
Teaching since 2012
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Over 10 years playing drums and percussion
5 years of teaching experience
I have been playing guitar, piano, bass, ukulele and drums for 11 years now (teaching for 8 years). As a teenager I started playing all kinds of music and quickly became obsessed. At the age of 21 (2013) I went to Berklee College of Music where I studied guitar, composition and music production fo
I'm not young, and I'm hard to teach music theory to, but he was patient, and is helping me figure a way into learning important stuff that I find kinda dry and not fun to practice. (I'm a good player, but music theory is very challenging to me.)
Teaches students 5 and up
Awarded 1st place, scholarship from Kentucky Cello Club Competition
In my lessons, I plan to develop a connection to my students, allow for room to grow and improve as cellists, and to elicit proper playing/performing techniques. Lessons are individualized for every student, as students aren't all equal.
Hello, my name is Carly. I'm currently pursuing a bachelor's degree in music education at the University of Louisville. Throughout the past couple of semesters I've been learning many different methods for teaching, privately and publicly. I have 6 students of my own, and would love to expand my st
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The children are very comfortable with him, he is so gentle in his handling with the children. And he is a very talent"
My daughter loved her first lesson with Letha! After Letha left, she wanted to continue to practice, practice, practice! Thank you, Letha, for making piano lessons fun!"
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Learning how to sing with vibrato as a singer is one of the ways to really make an impact on your audience - but there are a few things to avoid when you're learning the technique. Take a look at Seal Beach voice teacher Carl B.'s advice here... As a singing teacher for many years, I am totally audience oriented, and my notes on audience psychology date back to 1984. My entire orientation in singing is to drive the audience to their feet for a standing ovation. In order to do this …
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One of the best things about the ukulele is that it’s easy to play a great sounding song in no time. In fact, beginning uke players can learn a song or two in their very first lesson! There are plenty of good songs to learn on ukulele for beginners and seasoned strummers alike. Enjoy this list of 10 classic ukulele songs from expert instructor, Willy M. 10 Easy Songs to Learn on Ukulele With just a few chords, you can have a world of different songs at your fingertips. Think of your favo …
By Willy M.
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