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Theodore J. Norman, OK

About Theodore

My name is Theodore and I am a classical guitarist. I began studying music as a pop/rock guitarist in my teen years and eventually pursued the music field in college. Transferring from Sinclair Community College to Wright State University as an undergraduate I majored in music history and literature. *** Lesson Details *** The frontier of learning never ends. I want my students to enjoy the process of setting and achieving (musical) goals and if that process proliferates into other aspects of the student's life they will be the wiser. Most of the world's best musicians will agree that their individual skill was not acquired easily but rather with discipline and patience. Such perseverance makes that skill more substantial. I want my students to take their time and enjoy the journey

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Robert B. November 28, 2013
Guitar
Verified Student
Couldn't be happier!!!

In one word, Ted is "amazing"!

Now for the details: I am a 44 year old man and am learning guitar to accompany myself and to honor my father who was a great guitar player. From day one Ted has worked on technique (which is extremely important to me). His professionalism exceeds expectations and he tries to find out what is important to the student so he can shape the lessons around those goals. He teaches with constant positive reinforcement and this helps my learning process. No matter how bad I think I am doing, he finds the good in it and then uses that information to work your lesson. He really has made my dreams of becoming a guitar player start to come true and I intend to continue working with him for as long as I can!! As Ted always says, "You are always learning how to play the guitar, no matter how long or how experienced you are!!" I cannot recommend him enough.
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Lori O. May 14, 2013
Guitar
Verified Student
Knowledgeable, Patient & Compassionate Instructor

Theodore teaches my 11 year old son guitar. Since day 1 he seemed to instinctively know how to bring out the best in him. He shows incredible patience while also continuing to find ways to challenge him. This keeps him interested. My son looks forward to practicing all that Theodore writes down from his lessons, and he lights up when he hears, from Theodore, that he has done well. My son has learned more in 4 weeks with Theodore than he did in 2 months with his previous teachers.
Kendra C. Oklahoma City, OK

About Kendra

*** Studio Equipment *** Acoustic upright piano, music stands and metronome Church- baby grand and electric keyboard *** Travel Equipment *** I am willing to purchase music books for students if I am reimbursed. I may provide other sheet music. I expect students to provide a piano or keyboard, and a notebook for recording notes and assignments. *** Specialties *** I have been teaching piano lessons for about 20 years. I am able to teach beginning method, classical, and pop, as well as chording, improvisation, and ear training. I studied classically through high school and college, and also have over 20 years of experience playing in and leading church music teams. I have experience with pop-rock, pop, and easy listening styles of music using methods of chording and ...

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Abigail W. January 17, 2015
Classical Piano · In home
Kendra was my instructor for several years and through several skill levels. I began lessons with her learning theory and counting, and several years later performance with other musicians. She has the patience and experience to guide pianists of any age and skill level.

Kendra guided me early on into a love for classical piano and theory. I had other teachers who gave me primarily their own favorite composers, but Kendra showed me an array of composers and helped me find which style fit me the best. She encouraged me to go beyond what I thought I could do to what she knew I could do, but she did so with kindness and complete confidence in my skills.

Kendra also drew me out of the solitariness of classical piano solos. She taught me modern piano and how to play within a group. Harmonizing with guitarists, drummers, and vocalists is a completely different arena than mastering a sonata by Chopin or Bach. Kendra focused on rounding out my talent so I wasn't focused on just one part of being a pianist.
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Jeff P. January 6, 2015
Piano · In home
I took piano lessons from Kendra for almost three years and loved it. She was very easy to learn from and helped foster an environment of creativity and encouragement - not pressure or unrealistic standards. Kendra has lots of experience in both classical and current/modern music. That was perfect for me because I wanted to learn the piano for pleasure and practicality. I wasn't interested in becoming the best classical pianist, so she helped me grow into what I really loved and enjoyed, which was learning to play worship music. I would highly recommend Kendra as a piano teacher to anyone who is interested in taking lessons, especially if you are a beginner who wants to explore where piano might take you in life and what you really love about it.
Aaron R. Norman, OK

About Aaron

Hello! My name is Aaron Robinson and I am a 25 year old musician teaching out of the Norman/Oklahoma City area. I have been writing, recording, teaching and performing music for more than five years now. *** Travel Equipment *** I can provide amps, guitars and basses, recording equipment and software. Students would not need to provide anything but a willingness to learn. *** Specialties *** Guitar, sound recording, audio engineering, music composition and production. I can also teach saxophone and piano.

Travon P. Norman, OK

About Travon

I am able to teach anyone needing beginning to advanced violin lessons. Whether you need help learning more about the instrument, or If you have a piece you are working on, I am able to help you achieve your goals!

Kari K. Norman, OK

About Kari

I started playing violin at the age of 10, and have known this was the profession for me ever since. I have a bachelor's degree in music performance from Butler University and am currently working on my master's at the University of Oklahoma. I've been teaching private lessons since I was 17, but really got serious about it in 2012. Teaching is my passion, and I love seeing my students grow musically.

kash S. Norman, OK

About kash

Kash has been teaching guitar lessons since 2006 and is currently available to teach lessons at your home or his studio. Kash has helped his students grow as musicians and given them the ability to accomplish their goals in becoming accomplished musicians. Kash has had students go on to pursue degrees in guitar performance and become accomplished guitarists in touring bands. Kash received his degree in classical guitar performance from Oral Roberts University and is currently working on his masters degree in guitar performance at the University of Oklahoma. As an expert in his field Kash looks forward to helping new students achieve their goals and share the reverence that he has for music with others. Kash's teaching style is enthusiastic and adaptable to each students experience ...

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