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Music from Westminster Choir College
Awarded 1st Chair Tenor 1 from PA State Chorus
Teaching since 1997
I coach monologues, scenes, and commercials. Hour sessions are available but count as two 30 minute sessions back to back.
I love working with students of all ages and levels in person and online. I've worked with professionals on TV, Broadway, MTV as well as students 3 years old to 97 just studying for fun. Adam runs successful teaching studios in New York City, Watchung, New Jersey, and online. *** Lesson Deta
Teaching since 2009
Bachelor of Music - Vocal Performance from University of the Arts
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Need help with stage jitters and nervousness during performances?? I can help you build confidence on stage and you'll notice a huge difference at your next audition or performance!
Hello potential students! My name is Kara. I teach voice and piano to students of all ages online and in Doylestown, PA. Thank you so much for viewing my profile. I went to University of the Arts for my Bachelor's and Master's degree. I am a life-long learner and just started another Master'
Speaks Spanish, American Sign Language, English
Awarded Dedicated Service to the Arts from Henry For Music, Inc.
American Sign Language I from Clayton State University
Learn how lyrics, painted by your voice, become poems and poems turn into music, ignited by the magic of your imagination.
I am in love with the Creative Arts and enthusiastic about introducing it to others. I currently am a Teaching Artist of Basic Music Theory, Baroque Flute Recorder and Flute. I participate in my local community by engaging as a booking/media/communications artist and teacher for non-profit Henr
Teaches students 8 to 60
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Teaching since 2014
I've been a Hip-hop dancer for 10 years and have training from Beyonce, Justin Bieber, & Usher's choreographers. I'll have you looking like a Step Up dancer in no time! I specialize in popping, waving, gliding, isolations, and tutting with an emphasis on musicality.
You'll learn the foundation of Hip-hop movements then how to perform choreography and freestyle, so you can adapt the moves to any song. We'll learn a different piece of unique choreography every lesson while going through each element of the routine at your own pace.
I've been dancing for 12 years and teaching for 5. I currently teach at 6 different studios and give regular private lessons to various students. I've taken workshops and classes from the best dancers in the industry today including Matt Steffanina, Kyle Hanagami, Alexander Chung, Marty Kudelka, Ja
Speaks English, French
Music Performance from Royal Conservatory of Toronto
Teaches students 5 and up
Audio for picture is a special gift. And one of the few places you can get paid to create orchestral music any more.
If you have the passion to do this, I can show you how to set up a system to realize your dream.
Make no mistake, you need the theory and many other skills as well. But you will learn the flow and energy that is critical to making a scene come to life. And you might be the next Hans Zimmer.
An integrated approach:
Music almost always involves several skills. Below are some of the complementary skills that I can help you with.
In my Semper Method, we always address several of them at every session. For example, we record, sing and play all the time. To sing you should be able to pick out intervals at the piano, or better yet, accompany yourself and everyone needs some music theory. So it really is all one thing.
Accompaniment, Arrangement and Composition, Audio Engineering, Audition Prep, Composition, Ear Training, Film Scoring, Jazz Voice, Logic Pro ...
RANDY L. Teacher / Musician / Producer Are you an adult who always wished you could play or sing? Or a homeschooler who wishes you had music for your child? Do you wish you or your child could just sit down and play the music you feel? Is fear or uncertainty stopping you from playing i
Teaches students 5 and up
Teaching since 2014
MFA in Classical Acting from George Washington University/ The Shakespeare Theatre of DC
I am a lifelong actor and passionate teacher, and I love helping young performers find and share their unique voices!
I have an MFA from the Academy for Classical Acting at George Washington University/ The Shakespeare Theatre of DC and a BFA from NYU-Tisch. I am a member of Actors' Equity, and have performed at The Actor's Studio (NYC), Bucks County Playhouse (PA), and Annapolis Shakespeare (MD), among many others.
As a teaching artist, I have worked with students of all levels, ages 5-88 on audition preparation, role development, and physical and vocal technique. I particularly love helping young actors prepare for college auditions.
As your coach, we will patiently and persistently discover the methods that enable your absolute best work. I am a certified Yoga teacher, and I love to draw on principles of mindfulness in performance preparation. From Linklater voice work, to Mask exercises, to breath awareness, we will develop a method that works for you. Best of all: ...
I am a lifelong actor who is passionate about helping clients uncover their natural ability to captivate an audience. I work with both professional performers; and with executives, academics, and anyone seeking to communicate with power, ease, and authenticity. I hold an MFA from the Academy for
She helped me every step of the way to hone my craft, work on monologues, mock audition and so much more. Jennie’s way of teaching makes you think differently and she truly brings out the best side of you. Plus Jennie is so supportive going at my speed giving constructive feed back and making me feel great about my progress.
Lastly, Jennie was understanding of my time and worked around my schedule as well as the “homework” or “things to work on” she gave. Jennie was flexible and the Zoom calls worked incredibly well during this pandemic. Every day I would get off of our call with a smile on my face feeling accomplished!
Overall I would say Jennie was helpful, knowledgeable and a great instructor. I would highly recommend her for anyone who is looking to start acting and have no idea where to begin.
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I must admit, I’m enjoying the classes while learning new basic tools or technics for which I’m able to apply in different project. Jason is a good teacher; he’s patient, respectful, and knowledgeable. I appreciate the trainning and feel them a good investment. Thank you."
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