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Awarded Tony Bennet Scholarship Recipient from Tony Bennett College Scholarship
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate
Rosdeli has studied the Voice for 5 years at The New School for Jazz and Contemporary music. Her high level of musicianship continues to lead her to successfully sing in a variety of settings, from an intimate duo to fronting Big Band. Using highly developed vocal instruction methods, Rosdeli specializes in the development and control of the voice, focusing on techniques such as breath control, resonance, and posture. Being that no two voices are the same, Rosdeli listens to each individual student's voice and chooses vocal instructions for their specific voice.
Rosdeli is a Vocalist and Songwriter from Queens, New York. Rosdeli found her craft when she was introduced to Jazz. She has shared stages with artists such as Tony Bennett, Lalah Hathaway, and Wynton Marsalis & the JALC Orchestra. In 2016, she received the Downbeat Student Award for Outstanding P
Her methods make SENSE. The student receives immediate feedback from their own vocal channel. With her embodied notions of what she can hear and feel, she intuitively guides you into the direction of what needs to change - so you can open up more.
She is the greatest listener and she has taught me a lot with her listening alone. She is the only person I will ever train with again. Every voice lesson I had before hers was nothing close in comparison.
- Morgan Zakarin, Artist, Transcendental Music Meditator, Vibrator
warm ups, how to control my voice, different methods of singing, projection, music theory, and ear training.
Teaching since 2016
Teaches students 5 and up
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Kobi A.Book Now
Our drum lessons will be a combination of what you want to learn and a curriculum that i assign to you based on what you need to work on. Through this method we will develop a strong foundation of rhythm, musicality, and technique that will help you become the drummer that you want to be. Let's get started!
Hello, welcome to my bio! I have a Bachelors of Music in Jazz Performance from NYU with and emphasis on drum set. At NYU i was fortunate enough to study with a lot of legendary musicians including: Tony Moreno, Billy Drewes, Lenny White, Micheal Rodriguez, Ralph Lalama, Wayne Krantz, Tim Keiper and
Speaks english, hebrew, french
Teaches students 18 to 90
b.a. chemistry from cornell u.
for me singing is only one part of total expression and creativity. my approach combines gestalt work on awareness, dreams and personal relationships with traditional methods of performer training, whether acting, movement or singing. for that reason your one on one session lasts three hours. you need time to get the process happening for yourself.
I am a med school dropout who decided one day not to keep fighting his creativity demon. Next came 6 years of Musical Theater training at Julliard (2 years), Columbia (2years, ma degree), Indiana school of music (2 years), and one year of social work training at Pittsburgh, 1970-1980 I spent 10 yea
Teaching since 2017
Therapeutic Recreation from Southern Connecticut State University
Teaches students 5 and up
I have been playing the piano for about 15 years and am for the most part self taught. I took lessons for the first 2 years and then learned the instrument on my own. I welcome all ages and customize my lessons just for you. I am a very outgoing and social person who loves teaching the thing I love! I am a college student so I am young and very personable. I also like to have fun with lessons and not make them boring, I may sing along to a song when playing (usually for the younger ages) or introduce you to different practice games to really help understand the instrument.
Hi all! My name is Sarah and I am a college student. I will be 20 years old in August and have been playing the piano since I was about 5 years old. I started teaching in 2017 when I was a senior in high school and taught 3 children who are related. It was fun getting to teach them something I love
Speaks French, German, Italian
Artist's Certificate from Boston University, School of Fine Arts, Opera Institute
Teaches students 9 and up
I teach using a combination of your books and Hal Leonard method books depending on your level. I specialize in playing ergonomically and musically so that you can enjoy making music!
I have a Master’s in Opera Performance from the Boston and New England Conservatories as well as graduating from Vocal Performance programs at Boston University and Western Washington University. I have sung professionally with Boston Lyric Opera, Children’s Theater Companies, churches and synagogu
Speaks english, italian
Teaching since 2007
Teaches students Male: 5 to 30; Female: 5 to 50
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I begun the musical training at the age of 14 and I graduated at the “Conservatorio di Musica A. Buzzolla” (Italy) in 2013.
I continued the post-graduation studies regarding piccolo with M° Nicola Mazzanti.
In 2017, at the “Scuola di Musica di Fiesole” I complete the two-years academic course with M° Andrea Oliva.
In 2016 I took part of the orchestra that accompanied Tony Hadley for the "That's life! - a tribute to Frank Sinatra" project (Italy) and the next year I recorded the album “Il desto onironauta” by IZ, jazz/fusion band.
Since the age of 16 I teach flute to children and to adults as well, whether in ono-to-one lesson or in ensambles, considering technique, scale and repertoire.
I'm patiente and I love teach flute. I think scales, arpeggios and long notes are fundamental to be able to face with all of the repertoire.
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