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Teaches students Male: 10 and up; Female: 8 and up
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Teaching since 2001
I have been teaching voice for more than 15 years. I teach a classical technique which can be applied to any style of singing. I am on the faculty of two universities as a voice teacher, and also have private studios in three locations. I am primarily interested in helping serious students prepare for auditions, competitions, and conservatory admissions. Please see my website for more information about my work.
Praised for her "rich dramatics" (The Boston Globe), soprano Pamela S. has earned a reputation for bringing passion, intelligence and style to every performance. Through an international singing career that has included everything from Baroque opera to working with some of some of today's most prom
Associate of Arts from Musicians Institute
Teaching since 2003
I am the owner of Light & Sound Studio, a recording/video production studio and have been an audio engineer since 2012. Learn to record/produce, within the first few lessons be able to create a multi-track recording with drums, guitar, vocals etc. learn to mix, master and export songs for distribution. I specialize in Logic Pro and typically use a hands on approach, and have the following tools available for your lessons: full service recording studio with Logic Pro X, vocal booth, reference monitors, professional microphones, midi keyboard, full drum set, guitar, electric guitar/bass etc. I love working with students of all ages and experience levels and I can't wait to meet you!
Andrew is available to teach lessons at his recording studio located in Feasterville. Andrew is a graduate of Musicians Institute College of Contemporary Music in Hollywood, California. Andrew spends his time teaching, recording, and playing music for local artists/bands. While in Los Angele
Speaks English, Cantonese, Mandarin
Teaching since 2004
Teaches students 5 and up
My music background:
- began training as a classical pianist in Asia at the age of 7
- certified as L.R.S.M. of the Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music in 1989
- received superior-plus rating in National Piano Playing Auditions (collegiate classification)
- 16-year teaching experience in U.S.
- Performance videos on new YouTube channel are available.
Provide progressive training on finger techniques, fingering, pedaling, expression, music theory, sight reading, ear training;
Prepare for special assignments (accompaniment, play and sing, using music notation software, performance or enter National Piano Guild Auditions / ABRSM Exams etc.)
Fluent in English and Chinese;
All ages and levels accepted.
Hello! I'm not sure why I picked this profile picture of me, but I can promise I won't conduct your piano lesson in suit and tie - we will strike a balance between an audition atmosphere and just having fun based on our goal. I love playing the piano. I hope you will be convinced of this stateme
Speaks Chinese, English
Teaches students 10 to 60
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
I teach Classical Double Bass from beginner to intermediate level. I can teach the student from the most fundamental skills to hard solo pieces depends on the level of student. I also feel the music history and theory is also important therefor some elements will include in the lesson.
I am graduating from Manhattan School of Music this year with Double Bass performance degree. I have played with NYYS, and performed in Carnegie Hall for 4 consecutive years. Recently served as guest principle for New York Symphonic Arts Ensemble, and International Chamber Orchestra of America.
I have been studied with great teachers include Linda McKnight, Marji Danilow, Jeremy McCoy. I recently finished my Master of Music degree in New England Conservatory under the guidance of Don Palma, and I will be continuing my study at Boston University with Edwin Barker, the principal bassist of
Teaching since 2008
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate
Teaches students 4 to 12
I enjoy teaching my students music and want them to have a fun time with learning and playing music.
***Please reach out to me if you would like to sign up for in-home lessons so we can schedule. Thank you!***
I have been teaching piano at all levels, with students age 5 to 12 for 11 years. I graduated from Berklee College of Music with a Bachelors of Music in Professional Music. I teach students how to read music and to improve their techniques. I would like to make sure that my students enjoy learning
Speaks English, Turkish
Teaching since 2010
Teaches students 5 and up
Through her dedicated teaching, Zeynep instills in her students a solid technical foundation as well as guiding the development of her students' own unique musical voice and musicianship.
Zeynep has professional experience teaching at:
• Juilliard School (Morse Teaching Artist, and Music Advancement Program),
• New York Philharmonic (Teaching Artist),
• Lincoln Center and the New York City Department of Education (Violin Faculty for Audition Boot Camp at Lincoln Center)
•The Aspen Music Festival (P.A.L.S. Program),
• Stony Brook University (CCMP Chamber Program)
• Bilkent University (Guest Teacher and Master Classes)
•The Nord Anglia International School NY (private violin teacher)
• Elizabeth Faidley Studio (Violin Faculty)
Pedagogy Education at The Juilliard School:
- Insights Into Learning: Edward Bilous
- Arts in Education: Thomas Cabaniss
Hello! My name is Zeynep Alpan and I am a Turkish-American violinist living in New York City. I am a graduate of the Juilliard School (B.M. and M.M.) and am currently a Doctor of Musical Arts candidate at Stony Brook University. I have worked with education programs at the Juilliard School, t
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