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Speaks Mandarin Chinese
Electrical Engineering from NYU Tandon School of Engineering
Teaching since 2017
If you really want to learn how to play piano pieces and be able to sightread independently, learn from me! I will want you to show me what you know so far while playing your pieces. Then, I will give you recommendations and play for you to give you a glimpse of what to improve on. I will help you with music theory as well as music exam prep
Hi! I'm a full-stack developer developing mobile and web applications. I taught Precalculus, Calculus, Mandarin lessons for about 3 years. I also teach piano too. I practiced classical piano for about 20 years from a piano teacher from Julliard. Having passed the A.B.R.S.M. grade 8 piano test a
Speaks English, Spanish
Awarded C. V. Starr Doctoral Fellowship from The Juilliard School
Teaching since 2004
Patrick K.Book Now
With over fifteen years of teaching experience, Patrick is a sought after teacher hired by numerous students and festivals, including Curtis Institute of Music's Young Artist Summer Program and The Juilliard School. He has taught all ages and all levels, and specializes in preparing students for college auditions and competitions. He has also taught the A.P. Music Theory course to several students, all earning excellent (4-5) exam scores. Students can expect a kind and fair teacher who wants students to take away something new from each lesson.
Giving his Carnegie Hall debut at age 17, Patrick Kreeger has established himself as one of the leading musicians of his generation. Praised by The Philadelphia Inquirer for his “elegantly detailed phrasing,” as well as having “a lot to offer beyond the organ console,” he maintains a versatile care
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Teaching since 1995
Teaches students 5 and up
Joseph D.Book Now
I am very passionate about Violin and creating beautiful music. I always try my best to have my students become as motivated as me so they have the best experience playing outside the lesson. I want them to pursue playing in Youth groups, solo at their schools and audition for other orchestras and colleges.
I enjoy working with highly motivated players who want to reach the best they can.
I have training at Julliard school and my NJ Music teaching Certification.I've been a public school music teacher and orchestra conductor for 20 years and I have a lot of experience to offer.
Hello, I am a violinist and a music teacher in New Jersey. I have been playing violin since I was very young. So I know I can help you get to your best. If you are looking to polish your technique to give you a better chance at auditions, college entrance or just to be better, let me know. Hope to
Speaks Spanish, English
Teaches students 5 and up
Bachelor Degree in Orchestra Conducting from Instituto Universitario de Estudios Musicales IUDEM
Experienced Violin, Piano, Orchestra and Band Conducting and Music Composing teacher available for eager students of all experience levels and ages! I structure my lessons so students learn what they want to learn, while also building a strong foundation of technics and musical skills.
Bachelor and Master in Music and Education. Pionneer of Venezuelan National Youth and Children Symphony Orchestras System "El Sistema". Orchestra Conductor, Composer and Violin player with a great experience performance and teaching from beginner to Masters level with individual methodology adapted
Speaks English and Spanish
Bachelor of Music Violin Performance from Penn State University
Teaches students 5 and up
Dah-veed P.Book Now
I'm a strings teacher of 20 years, and still going strong! Lessons in English or "Español". Technique-based, or any desired repertoire. Name your needs, we'll get it done together : )
David P. is a veteran strings teacher from Montgomery County. “Dah-veed”, as many of his friends call him, began his teaching career in 1999 in New York City. A native Puerto Rican, he holds music degrees from Penn State and Temple Universities. David has also had the honor to contribute locally,
Teaches students 4 and up
Teaching since 2010
Bachelor's of Music Degree, Jazz Composition Major with a Minor in Music Theory from New England Conservatory of Music
Interested in composing and improvising music? Recent New England Conservatory graduate has a unique training in Composition, Jazz Piano, and Music Theory. This is coupled with real world professional experience including his time playing with main stage entertainment, accompanying broadway style singers, and performing nightly solo lounge piano throughout Alaska, Canada, and the Caribbean. His curriculum nurtures the dialectic between love, passion, and excitement being the forefront of musical studies, and a stern understanding of the practical necessities required if a student wishes to take the pursuit to a conservatory and/or professional level. This includes studies in technique relevant to their specific discipline, music theory, ear training, and most importantly listening assignments that broaden the student’s musical palate. All ages and levels welcome.
Boston-based composer and jazz pianist Jeffrey earned his Bachelor of Music degree from the New England Conservatory of Music in Boston, where he studied with Frank Carlberg, Anthony Coleman, Kati Agocs, Bert van Herck, and John Malia. An experienced and devoted teacher of piano and composition, he
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At 42 I finally got around to buying my first guitar (no musical background other than fan) and set about teaching myself with books and videos. 10 months later I realized that in spite of working at it every day I was going to get to the 1-year mark and not be able to play a single song all the way through (of the 70's and 80's hard rock that I love, I could play "Twinkle-Twinkle Little Star" pretty well). I was rapidly becoming "that guy" who can play sloppy intros to 300 songs, but nothing else.
I looked around the web, and settled on Ahmad because of his credentials and reviews, and I could not be happier with my choice.
The thing that makes Ahmad special is that he put as much effort into becoming a great guitar teacher as he did in becoming a great guitar player. Every lesson is tailored exactly to my ability at that time. If ever I have had particular trouble with something Ahmad is ready with additional material, alternate ways to learn it, different ways to explain it. No matter what the technique or concept, Ahmad has seen this mistake before and knows just what to do. Some days I leave with many pages of material to master, and some days just one or two. It is all about how slowly or quickly I am picking up the new thing, and all about learning things the right way so that the foundation is solid when I am ready to advance to the next level. There is no schedule or competition (except with myself) and the only objective is to learn more and get better.
To show examples in action Ahmad routinely finds 70s and 80s hard rock for me (not every single note is from Guns-n-Roses of course, but if a particular concept relates to something in a familiar song from the genre, that's the one Ahmad will pick for me to master). You do not have to learn jazz! (I mean if jazz is your thing I am certain that Ahmad can teach you that.)
I really doubt that there is a player at any level (or in any style) who would not learn a lot from Ahmad (that is if you are prepared to be humble and possibly review some foundational material you think you know already... if you knew it, Ahmad would not be teaching it to you... he can hear that your timing is off, or if you didn't hit all of the strings in that chord, and so can your audience). (Once, while I was performing an exercise from the previous lesson, Ahmad had his back to me digging in his filing cabinet for my next materials and said "Did you play the fifth note with an upstroke?"... He heard that, it was supposed to be a down stroke and he heard a difference so slight I didn't even know I was doing it.)
If you are a beginner as I was, my advice is to commit to four lessons with Ahmad. By the end of that time you will hear that you are advancing, and more importantly you will understand where you were and where you are going. It might seem kind of basic at first (which is why I say to go with at least four) but it does not take very long to understand how much better you will be with strong fundamentals. If, instead, you learn to play badly, and you practice regularly, eventually your speed will improve... and then you will play badly fast which actually sounds worse than playing badly slow... all that work for less than nothing.
I have been taking lessons for about a year and half. I can play some Lead Guitar now. And I can play some real songs now. Even those 300 intros are getting tight, that is to say I now play them with the right timing, technique, phrasing and feel!
PS - If Ahmad says "it's time for the Harmony Classes", do it! Like most things Ahmad has taught me, I have resisted it in some way at first, and the harmony lessons are no different. Like everything Ahmad has taught me, the harmony classes have immediately made me better at playing guitar, and have provided a foundation that makes the next thing and the next thing and the next thing easier, faster, and better."
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