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Teaches students 5 and up
Master of Music from Shenandoah Conservatory
Teaching since 2014
I've been involved with harp for over half of my life, and can't wait to share the magic of harp lessons with you. I love working with students of all experience levels and ages. Reach out today to get started with your lessons!
Hi, there! My name is Liann and I've been teaching private lessons since 2014. I love sharing the joy of playing the harp with others. I received my Master of Music degree from Shenandoah Conservatory in 2015, and my Bachelor of Music degree from Ball State University in 2012. I'm a very warm and e
Mary E H.
Speaks Danish, French, Spanish
Performance from Berklee College of Music
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Mary E H.
Music lessons with me are FUN! I am here to help you learn and support you along your journey.
My teaching method is special because it is tailored specifically to your needs. You are welcome if you're brand new to violin or if you've played for years.
I have been teaching privately and in music schools for 22 years and beginners are my specialty! I teach ages 4+. We learn songs that you are interested in. You will receive a balanced music education that covers all aspects of playing music.
About Mary E
Hello! I am a professional violin/fiddle player and singer, and I perform and teach music classes all over Manhattan and Brooklyn.I have been teaching and performing music professionally for 23 years. I truly enjoy teaching and fulfilling the students needs and seeing them progress as a musician. Y
Mary is very kind, patient, sweet, funny and will know how to adjust to your need without any doubt. She is a awesome musician in a great variety of music so have your pick !
We were looking for a private violin teacher for my daughter Elisabeth, age 13, who at that time had never played an instrument before and was clearly shy and nervous about the project.
From the very first lesson, Mary-Elizabeth not only showed the skills and the basic technique of teaching the violin to younger children, but most impressing was her enthusiasme and joy that immidiately spread to the student. You could tell, that this was a teacher who loved playing too!!
And that opened all the doors for the difficult practising and today I have a daughter who enjoys so much playing that she brings the violin on every holiday to make sure she always has the instrument nearby!
I can sincerely recommend Mary-Elizabeth for teaching and I guarantee you, the students will love playing and look foreward to her lessons!
Speaks French, English
Teaching since 2016
Teaches students 5 and up
Levannah L.Book Now
Hello everyone !
Do you wanna learn everything about the voice and all the techniques I learned in 12 years ?
Let’s built your confidence together!
We are all different, so why teaching the same techniques to everyone?
I did the conservatory of music in France, where I learned jazz and classical music.
I studied comédia del Arte in Italy and I studied musical theater at the New York film academy in New York.
All the techniques that I learned and all the teachers that I met, help me to acquire all these super fun tools that I LOVE to teach and the cool thing is that I’ll create a special and unique program just for you.
You will learn about:
-understanding your songs
-even eating because it’s so important to take care of your voice and body.
Looking forward to work with you!
Let’s do it !
Hello, French singing and acting teacher. I am currently working in a school as music and theater teacher in Brooklyn for kindergarten and 1 graders. I discover my passion for teaching three years ago, when I was teaching music and theater in a high school in France with special need you
Teaching since 2015
Teaches students 8 to 60
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate
Students can expect to learn at an easy and thorough pace. With my lessons, you can take your time no rush. I will work with every student one on one. Each lesson will be well planned and organized, but also it will be fun. If you don't understand something, I will work so that you do understand it. There is no pressure in learning. You can work at your own pace. Looking forward to working with each and everyone of you.
Hello There! If you are under the age of 18, please have a parent or guardian book the lessons for you. My name is Tanesha. I have been playing guitar for a little over 9 years. I am a self taught guitarist. Guitars have always been a passion of mine, ever since I could remembe
Speaks Spanish, English
Teaches Intermediate, Advanced
Master of Music from Yale School of Music
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Study Classical Piano with an International Steinway Artist! Learn to play the piano, duo piano and chamber music or be accompanied and coached for your recital or audition with Susan M. I offer premium quality musical instruction and stress the importance of a sound foundation which includes th
Awarded Susan Slaughter Solo Competition from Women's Brass Conference
MM Trumpet Performance and Literature from Eastman School of Music
I have experience teaching children as young as four. I try to make music fun and teach the basics of reading music, rhythm and keyboard. I cater my teaching to the individual needs of each student. Whether you're looking to start piano at a young age, or want to start a new hobby in retirement, I can help you get started in this creative outlet!
Michelle recently completed her Masters in Trumpet Performance and Literature at the Eastman School of Music. Following graduation, she attended the Aspen Music Festival where she studied with Tom Hooten, Stuart Stephenson, Raymond Mase and David Krauss. She also had extensive study with the Americ
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Mike really is incredible. The guitar looked so complicated and confusing before I met Mike. He really teaches you how to allow yourself to learn a new instrument. Within a month I was improvising over simple changes with my own ideas! And within 2 or 3 months, the amount of chord structures I had at my disposal was mind blowing. The speed at which I became comfortable with the instrument was amazing. I really believe that Mike's simple teaching style really was a key part in my ability to play and grow on a new instrument. Other than that, he is one of the greatest people I have ever had the pleasure to meet and play with. He gives so much of his time to his community by teaching anyone from child to infinity and even bringing them together to create bands to showcase every persons different talents. He is a beautiful human being and I do actively suggest him to anyone that tells me they want to learn either piano, guitar, or bass."
Olivia also auditioned for the Paper Mill Playhouse Summer Conservatory and was accepted for their August Intensive program. I have no doubt that it was Steven's teaching that helped her with her audition that gained her acceptance.
Olivia is now 12 and as a young person, needs to learn how to interpret a song so that she can perform it well. Steven takes the time to teach the MEANING of the words and explains the story that is trying to be told. This was very important for Olivia to learn.
I highly recommend working with Steven. He is a fabulous teacher with a lot of knowledge and insight."
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