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Teaches students 5 and up
Teaching since 2018
Awarded 4th Place (Tie) from All City Philadelphia Orchestra
I aim to create a situation where students become enthusiastic and confident about performing the music they learn. I focus primarily on basic fundamentals but I also encourage students to develop and incorporate their own methods of practice.
Na’Zir is the former Music Director of the Lincoln Park Chamber Orchestra. He is also the former Principal Guest Conductor of the Center City Chamber Orchestra. For the past three years, Na’Zir has served as an apprentice to Beatrice Affron, Music Director of the Pennsylvania Ballet. He worked
Teaching since 2012
Teaches students 10 and up
Professional trombonist working in the NYC area. Experienced in teaching all styles of music to all ages and levels.
I have also taught many older students that want to rediscover their passion for music.
Lessons are customized and catered to the needs/goals of each student. Instead of simply training students to read music and play notes, I prefer to teach my students to think, play, and act like musicians.
My lessons feature improvisation skills, sight-reading, playing by ear, building a strong technical foundation and musical analysis.
Lesson are also focused on staying engaged by playing new fun and challenging material.
To me the most important thing is to have fun and to keep the passion we all have for music while gaining technical proficiency.
I assure you will see leaps of improvement by working with me!
I can’t wait to meet you!
I'm a professional trombonist working in the NYC area. I have a BFA in Music- Trombone from City College of New York and a Master of Music from NYU. I have several years of experience teaching students of all ages and levels, and I have been working as a freelancer since I was 17. I originally
Speaks spanish, English
Teaches students 5 and up
Teaching since 2018
Karena C.Book Now
Karena's teaching style lies between analytical problem solving and imaginative music making. She is always eager to pass on the information she has learned from the teachers she has worked with and applies them in creative ways with her students. Phrasing is always first and she helps students problem solve the technical side to enable the music to come alive. While having a deep knowledge of the physicality of playing, she is sensitive in gauging what kind of approach each student needs and what will help them grow most effectively.
I'm a passionate and motivated instructor who loves working with students to help them discover the beauty of music making and achieve their individual goals. I graduated from Jacobs School of Music with a degree in classical flute performance. Under the private tutelage of Kathryn Lukas, soloist a
Speaks Italian, French, German
Teaches students 4 and up
Awarded Encouragement Award from Metropolitan Opera National Council Auditions
I believe that everyone has their own unique voice and she wants to help find that voice. Singing is a beautiful experience that enriches the soul. It motivates people to find their best possible selves. It is exciting, fun and brings happiness to all. I want to share this joy with everyone and hopes you will join me on this journey to find the beauty of music. I received my Bachelors of Music in Vocal Performance from Boston Conservatory and her Masters of Music in Voice and Opera Performance from Northwestern University. I taught throughout my undergrad and masters.
I am originally from Oceanside, California. I received my Bachelors of Music in Vocal Performance from Boston Conservatory and her Masters of Music in Voice and Opera Performance from Northwestern University. During my degree programs, I taught elementary school to college age students in musical t
Speaks Spanish, Italian, Portuguese
Teaches students 8 and up
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
I like to show my students how the guitar can be a small orchestra. The possibilities of sounds and colors that it can provide is unknown to other instruments and that is what makes it so great. Unlike the piano where a small hammer hits the strings or the violin where the bow frictions them, we have to produce the entire sound on the guitar with our own hands. The process is more personal and, even though it can be harsh at times, it is always satisfying. I also try to bring a more creative part of music when studying the instrument, which keeps classes more dynamic and interesting. I bring my own experiences so that the students can relate in different levels of difficulty.
I'm a professional guitarist, composer and arranger. I graduated from Berklee College of Music with a Diploma in Professional Music. I started playing electric guitar and then expanded also to the classical guitar, which has broaden extensively my approach to different styles of music. Each styl
Teaches students 5 and up
Teaching since 2007
Justin E.Book Now
Drumming is almost entirely muscle memory. I believe that anyone who wants to play drums, can play drums. I have systems implemented in my own practice routine that allow me to become a more precise, tasteful, and musical drummer. I can work with whatever skill level you are at. I teach timing, groove, rudiments, applying rudiments behind the drum set, theory, musicality behind the drum set, limb independence, odd timing, polyrythms, and much more. Thank you, I hope to hear from you!
Hello everyone, my name is Justin. I am a self taught percussionist/drum set drummer with experience in a wide range of musical genres. I also write my own music to play along to through a few different computer programs (DAWs). I am a very patient and understanding tutor, I enjoy watching people g
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