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Christopher A. Mount Pleasant, SC

About Christopher

I am available nationwide via Skype or through Google Hangouts for Guitar, bass and Violin lessons. I have performed at the French Quarter Jazz festival at age 18 and alongside Russell Malone during the season's conclusion at the Fine Arts Center in downtown Atlanta. I attended Belmont University in Nashville, TN. I studied guitar under John Pell and Paul Abrams. While in school I majored in Commercial Music with an emphasis on music business. I found an internship with Yamaha musical instruments where I maintained instruments for players like John Hiatt, Christopher Cross, Peter Frampton, Tommy Sims, Drew Zingg, Kenny Greeneberg, Larry Carlton, Skunk Baxter and Martin Taylor. Sitting in on rehearsals and sessions with these artists provided insight and experience no college course ...

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Eulah May 14, 2014
Very helpful. Learned two new songs in ten minutes!
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Mariana May 14, 2014
He is really great teacher, I wish to get the instrument and came to learn guitar from Christopher.. ;-)
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Darcel May 14, 2014
Christopher was really patient and helpful. Showed me some guitar scales with true expertise.
Caroline C. Charleston, SC

About Caroline

I am a rising Sophomore at the Honors College of Charleston majoring in English and Theater with a minor in Spanish. I have been professionally trained in the arts for thirteen years, and aim to pursue acting and musical theater in New York City when I graduate school. In past summers, I have attended the Broadway Theater Project, The Performing Arts Project, Interlochen and Camp Broadway, as well as having taken classes at the Pittsburgh CLO and Pittsburgh Musical Theater. Of course, I participated extensively in theater and choir at my high school, as well. I am currently taking private voice lessons and acting lessons, and have participated in over twenty plays and musicals. I have experience coaching students in musical theater type songs and monologues, and am passionate about using ...

Douglas C. Charleston, SC

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Got a new guitar or decided to break out that old guitar you've been wanting wanting to learn to play for a while now? Go from ZERO TO SIXTY on guitar in no time!! Affordable one on one guitar teaching A modern, fun, easy to comprehend guitar tutorial program with a personal learning approach catered to your specific needs as a student to assure your success A proven success method for learning quickly and effectively for all ages GET ON THE FAST TRACK TO LEARNING GUITAR your friends and family won't believe their ears when they hear you playing songs in such a short amount of time Learn to tune the guitar, change strings, picking techniques, guitar chords and all about the guitar to help you comprehend what you're learning and playing LEARN TO PLAY THE GUITAR.

Judith O. Charleston, SC

About Judith

Hello! My name is Judith, and with a background of more than 25 years of performance, teaching, and directing experience I'm sure that I can help you meet your goals - Whether it's to become an accomplished soloist, to sing more accurately in your church choir, or just to knock their socks off at karaoke, we'll have a great time getting you where you want to be! Following is a bit more about me - it's a little "formal" ... but it will give you a few additional details about my background that you might find helpful in deciding whether or not I'm the teacher or coach for you! Happy reading! ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ With more than twenty-five years of performance experience, Judith is at home with a repertoire ranging from medieval song to Baroque opera and oratorio to ...

Nysa M. Charleston, SC

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Hey all! My name is Nysa. I have been playing piano since I was 7 years old. My focus was classical piano, but I got the wonderful opportunity to study jazz piano with the man who taught Billy Joel when I was a teenager. I studied classical piano/ piano pedagogy at NYU, and then went on to get my bachelors degree in music from the University of Colorado school of music. I have worked with the Colorado Symphony Orchestra, and have been teaching in Charleston since we moved here 2 years ago. I'm great with kids, and most of my students been beginners/intermediate ages 3-17, though I can teach any age or level. In addition to piano I also teach voice and flute. I am a pretty fun loving person, and like to find new and exciting ways to teach the fundamentals of piano and music theory that ...

Jeremy L. Charleston, SC

About Jeremy

Hi! My name is Jeremy Lubsey. I recently relocated to Charleston, SC from NYC a few months ago. I've been studying and playing the alto saxophone for approximately 15 years. I've studied at the Hartt School of Music and the University of Maryland in Baltimore County, and have a Bachelors of Music with an emphasis in Recording Technology. My main occupation is being a Mastering Engineer. I've been more that fortunate to work with artists such as Smokey Robinson, Susan Boyle, and Norah Jones to name a few. Music consumes my life, and I love to teach. I'm more than capable to teach students, who are willing to learn, of all ages at the beginning to intermediate skill level. I look forward to hear from you!.

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How to Translate Guitar Tabs to Piano Chords (and Learn All Your Favorite Songs!)

Curious about how guitar tabs translate to piano chords? Learn how to convert your favorite songs in this guest post by Greeley, CO teacher Andy W...   Why should guitarists have all the fun playing classics like "Stairway to Heaven" and "Hotel California"? Just because a song is written in TABS doesn't mean that piano players can't read it also. So, here's how to translate guitar tabs so you can play piano chords! First, let's establish a basic understanding of the guitar. The … Read More
How to Translate Guitar Tabs to Piano Chords (and Learn All Your Favorite Songs!)
Curious about how guitar tabs translate to piano chords? Learn how to convert your favorite songs in this guest post by Greeley, CO teacher Andy W...   Why should guitarists have all the fun playing classics like "Stairway to Heaven" and "Hotel California"? Just because a song is written in TABS doesn't mean that piano players can't read it also. So, here's how to translate guitar tabs so you can play piano chords! First, let's establish a basic understanding of the guitar. The
5 Fantastic Singing Schools for Aspiring Vocalists
In today’s world of American Idol and The Voice, it's easy to think that all you need to succeed is a little bit of natural talent and charisma. The truth is, many of these amazing singers have been studying and practicing for most of their lives. Pursuing a career in music requires more than waiting for your "big break": it takes dedication, focus, intense practice, and a strong education. If you’re entertaining the thought of pursuing a career as a vocalist, you’ve probably been studying with
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Structuring your vocal warm-ups and practice between lessons can make a huge impact on your success. Here, Bloomfield, NJ teacher Zachary B. shares some helpful tips... In my experience, many students make progress during a lesson and often return to the next lesson with the new skills forgotten. Merely practicing songs, without specific structure usually leads to singing the song repeatedly. While this does familiarize you with the song, it does not help you improve from a technical stan
Do Singers Need Metronomes?
As a vocalist, should you practice singing with a metronome at your side? Read on for St. Augustine, FL teacher Heather L.'s advice...    Metronomes are devices that produce sounds in regular, pre-chosen rhythms. Many years ago, the only metronomes were simple gadgets. Though the first one that's even similar to what we now think of as a "modern" metronome was invented in the 19th century, the kind that most adults are familiar with is a mechanical, wind-up metronome. It makes a s
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