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Teaching since 2006
Master of Music, Saxophone Performance from The Hartt School at the University of Hartford
While other instructors teach multiple instruments, my specialized knowledge of saxophone can get you farther, faster. I help students make quick and efficient progress in developing a strong sound concept, learning saxophone-specific techniques, making appropriate repertoire choices, setting smart
Speaks French, English
Teaching since 2005
Bachelor of Music, Violin Performance from University of Denver
Viola is the undersung hero of the orchestra, and I love to help violists learn this beautiful instrument! Though much of the technique of the instrument is the same or very similar to the violin, violists enjoy a great repertoire of solo pieces and high demand in ensembles, which I can help you discover for yourself. (Please see my violin profile for more information on experience and lesson style)
I love music, and I love helping other people find and develop their love for music! I teach all styles of violin and piano to ages 4 and up, with a strong emphasis on finding what kind of music each student enjoys and building a life-long love of music with solid technical foundations. I hold a
Cieran is knowledgeable, patient, encouraging and attentive - all the things one looks for in a teacher.
Speaks English, German, French, Italian
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate
Teaching since 2014
Rhythm guitar, picking patterns and reading notes on the guitar are all taught.
Kathy believes that variety is the spice of not only life, but also music. Raised singing folk music with a musical family (think accordions, guitars and lots of vocal harmonies), she learned guitar and piano at an early age, but began singing even earlier. Her quest to give the world the best
Speaks Hungarian, Italian, French, German, Spanish, Latin
Teaching since 2014
Masters of Music from Juilliard School
Hi! My name is Lilla, I'm a Juilliard graduate (BM & MM) and Voice/Vocal Performance and Piano Teacher who specializes with all levels, ages and styles! I've performed at places like Carnegie Hall and have been featured in The New York Times, Business Insider, WQXR Radio, truTV, Alive Magazine, Opera Today, and Seen & Heard International.
My unique approach to vocal arts learning is designed to help you overcome your individual obstacles and leverage YOUR unique strengths! Together we'll work towards developing healthy vocal technique and learn how to:
- Optimize breath support
- Dramatically increase vocal range
- Remove vocal breaks
- Reduce straining
- Gain incredible flexibility
- Have better tone quality
- Unlock vocal power
- Have complete vocal freedom
- Become a confident performer!
Topics Include: Vocal Registration, Breath Management, Chest Voice, Head Voice, Pharyngeal Resonance, Mixed Voice & Twang, Balancing of Resonances, Vowel Modification, ...
Fun and Quality Music Lessons for All Ages, Levels and Styles! Juilliard Trained Lessons in Somerset, NJ Ms. Lilla holds her Master's and Bachelor's degrees from The Juilliard School with honors, and studied under Marlena Malas, vocal coach and mentor of Pavarotti. She believes that learning musi
Teaching since 2012
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Even before my time at Berklee, I spent years striving to put myself into every musical situation possible. This gave me a multi-perspective understanding that allows me to comfortably advise students of all ages and backgrounds regarding several different instruments, styles, and theoretical concepts.
My favorite part about teaching, regardless of discipline, is the fact that it allows me to keep growing and learning while sharing my experiences to help others do the same. So whether you want to work on jazz, pop, or classical, feel free to reach out, and I will happily customize and create the learning environment that you desire!
I am new to TakeLessons! I am a professional pianist, vibraphonist, and percussionist. I recently graduated from Berklee, where I spent much of my time composing, arranging, and performing. I specialize in Jazz, but also frequently help people learn the arts of classical and pop music. Whether o
He will take it whatever speed you like and will teach whatever you need. I have learned new things about music theory as well and he makes learning the piano interesting and engaging.
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Bachelor of Music in Music Management from William Paterson University
Hello, my name is Christian and thank you for checking out my page! I look forward to working with you on your journey to becoming a better drummer!
I'm an easy-going and passionate educator who truly enjoys welcoming others to the world of drumming. I love helping students like you become better players as you deepen your love of music and feel great about yourself in the process.
I devote time to helping you develop a strong foundation of fundamentals while also guiding you as you immerse yourself into your passions. Simply, I can teach you how to learn and appreciate music - a skill that can be applied to all areas of your life.
I believe that we can be complete musicians, not JUST drummers, so I like to involve music making into all we do in our time together. I’m also a constant learner, so if you want to learn something that I don't know, then we can explore it together and I'll teach you my process for educating myself.
If you have other musical interests, like ...
I work with students of all proficiencies and desires - from drum circle to the concert stage. You can read more about me below, but first let's talk about my plan for you! It all starts with your goals as a musician. We'll talk about the types of music you want to learn and your plans for that m
I strongly recommend Christian Johnson for any type of percussion teaching.
Chris was able to get me caught up to the other drummers within a couple months. I was finally able to read sheet music fluently and began to be assigned more advanced parts to play in the school band. Each week Chris gave me homework assignments such as working on different rudiments or reading and playing different types of percussion sheet music (bells, xylophone, etc). My lessons with a Chris paid off over the years, as I was able to join the high school marching band as a middle schooler and went on to win accolades for my drumming in the school plays. Everything I learned and accomplished most definitely stemmed from my lessons with Chris!
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