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My 7 yr old step-daughter also takes class with Lena and loves her. As a very shy child, she feels comfortable learning with Lena and has a new found sense of self confidence.She's even playing in a recital next month. I am amazed at her progress in such a short time. Lena is patient and kind, but strongly encourages daily practice with specific exercises sent home so that the child has a plan they can understand and commit to. I highly recommend her as a teacher to both children ,and adults of all levels."
I have been a student of Mike and he is an incredible teacher. He is honest about your progress and very motivating at times of difficu
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Her quest to give the world the best her vocal cords could offer led her to obtain an undergraduate degree in vocal performance from the University of Nebraska (where she graduated honorable mention, named with the vocal department's Outstanding Senior in Music award, and also obtained a minor in theatre) and a master's degree in music from the Cleveland Institute of Music. Both of these degrees emphasized classical singing technique, and through this study Kathy gained a solid foundation for her musical craft.
Once out of school, Kathy then sought to begin creating HER music
She sings as a professional cantor at St. John the Baptist Church in Manhattan, and teaches private voice, guitar and piano lessons throughout the city of New York. She served for a time as the general music teacher for St. Dominic's School in the Bronx, where she was responsible for Pre-K through 8th grade music classes, and, true to form, she is often called upon in a multitude of situations to perform in a variety of musical genres. She is always pleased with the ever-changing musical scenery around her.
*** Lesson Details ***
A lesson with Kathy equals half of the allotted time being used to learn good technique (i.e., learning healthy vocal habits, singing vocalizes, learning to read music, playing scales, etc.) and the other half of the time singing and playing repertoire. The repertoire includes both pieces chosen by Kathy (always approved by the student) which excite and inspire the student's particular musical tastes while providing a new challenge in technique to be conquered, and also pieces brought in by the student; for example, if a student is working on music for a specific performance, etc., or if they just really like a piece and want to learn how to play or sing it, Kathy is always ready and willing to lend a hand and an ear!
Vocally, Kathy believes good basic technique is the same for every genre of music. Therefore, great emphasis is placed on learning to breathe and support your sound correctly as well as maintain good posture, rid your body of unwanted tensions, etc.; musical styles beyond that basic technique change only in small stylistic ways, and Kathy is knowledgeable in quiet a variety of most musical styles.
With guitar, Kathy focuses on learning to read and play musical notation and chords without using guitar tablature. Again, a variety of musical styles are used for instruction, including everything from classical to punk!
And with piano, Kathy focuses on learning to read and play musical notation as well as mastering scales and chord progressions, inversions, etc. She loves opportunities to combine voice lessons with guitar lessons, or voice lessons with piano lessons, as one instrument feeds into the other in interesting and helpful ways.
*** Travel Equipment ***
I travel with my travel guitar and music for lessons. I expect guitar students to have their own guitar, and piano or voice students to have some sort of keyboard, even a small one.
*** Specialties ***
all-levels voice, beginning guitar, beginning piano
I specialize in a classical voice method, which I believe is a good foundation for all styles of singing. I have experience with classical singing, music theatre (I have a minor from my undergraduate education in Theatre) and folk. I'm an experienced songwriter and am able to guide students in that area.
I teach notes and chords for my guitar students. I don't teach guitar tablature; instead, I teach basic guitar music on the staff.
Also, I teach beginning piano, including basic music theory, note spelling, etc.
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my mane is Emanuele Valle and I am an experienced violin teacher originally from Italy. I have over 10 years of teachings experience, started as a Teaching Assistant when I was in college and I currently teach in two schools in New York and have private students as well. I have performed internationally all over Europe, China and America.
Teaching is my passion and I love to share all the things that I keep discovering on violin playing. About my background, I studied in Italy at the Conservatory of Novara, Bologna, Ferrara studying with very renewed teachers such as Alessandro Perpich, Marco Fornaciari, Anton Berowski.
I also pursued a Performance Diploma from The Boston Conservatory at Berklee trained by Markus Placci and I studied privately with the outstanding Ukraine pedagogue Mela Tenenbaum in N.Y.
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I also have experience in teaching NYSSMA solos, intermediate/advanced techniques on the saxophone and clarinet, and have run and directed my own orchestra and jazz band during my time in college.
I have a reputation for achieving whatever goals I set my sights on musically, from performing to composing and conducting.
I am also in touch with the current music education situation in New York City, spending many hours every semester doing fieldwork observations in various music programs across the city as well as being an assistant to various honors
I personally believe practicing should be fun, and have devised multiple strategies for success to kick-start one's drive for peak performance in music!
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My name is Daniel Shin, and I'm a freshman at Emory University. I'm currently studying Music Performance at Emory University and participate as the Principal Oboist in the Symphony Orchestra. I've learned oboe under James Riggs and Julia DeRosa for many years, oboists who earned their masters in Oboe Performance from Julliard under the instruction of Elaine Douvas. I have a strong passion for both classical music and the oboe, as the two are inseparable. I hope that whoever I teach, I can instill within them the same love for music in an enjoyable and fulfilling way! As I've done countless auditions for All-state/All-regional/All-Shore ensembles and have succeeded in them, I have a lot of experience and knowledge on exactly what you need to be successful with your audition. I look forward to working with future students!
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