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Speaks German, French, Italian, English
Teaches students 13 and up
Teaching since 2017
I'm passionate about sharing my knowledge and helping students find their own unique voices, no matter what kind of music they'd like to sing. Lessons include vocal technique plus work on repertoire, music theory, and/or sight singing, depending on the individual student's interests and needs.
I’m currently on faculty at The American Musical and Dramatic Academy (AMDA) in NYC. I hold a B.F.A. from New York University's Tisch School of the Arts and have studied for 16 years under renowned vocal pedagogue Dorothy Stone. My performing career has taken me around the US and Europe, performing
Speaks English, 50+ years of experience.
Teaches students 10 and up
Vocal Coaching from Cookietime Productions, LLC
I have been coaching professionally for 20 years. I have a specific teaching curriculum with an emphasis on proper breathing and vocal placement to ensure vocal improvement. I believe singing can be a joyful experience and one that will be a positive change in your life. I teach mostly Pop and Jazz and audition preparation and vocal strengthening for beginners and intermediate singers.
Hello guys, wherever you are! Welcome! I am a professional Vocalist and Vocal Coach. My experience spans over 50 years as a singer, and over 20 as a vocal coach. I have opened for many known singers and coached clients from ages 10 to 70. I mostly coach pop and Jazz beginners in addition to int
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Teaching since 1990
Bachelor of Music Performance from State University of New York at Buffalo
Eric S.Book Now
Experienced advice and detailed, personalized mental, physical, technical and conceptual preparation for performing in a wide range of settings including various auditions, NYSSMA, and more. See my bio for more information about me.
Eric is a third generation musician from Western New York. A multitalented artist, Eric has worked as a composer, percussionist, pianist, author and educator for most of his life. As a composer, Eric has received four prestigious Meet the Composer grants, a Utah Arts Council grant, NEA Foundat
Teaching since 2010
Music Theory from Temple University
Piano was the instrument I ran to when I was tired of classical guitar in college. As a consequence, I develop a very special relationship with it. I've learned to use it as a vehicle for expressing music in a way that's more free than any instrument that I do. Things I teach on piano usually include...
-Basic technique: scale fingerings, finger mechanics, dynamic posture
-Music Learning: how the piano makes music easier than with any other instrument, and what is the most efficient way to learn music
-Improvisation: how to explore music freely using easy keyboard techniques
-Composition: how to find and discipline your creativity through exploratory piano exercises
I studied music therapy and music theory at Temple University from '06-'10. Learned a lot. Then again, I learned even more teaching at a school for kids with learning disabilities and working as a traveling street performer. Once you see the world and work with some unexpected challenges, you learn
Teaching since 2013
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate
Teaches students 5 and up
Amariah L.Book Now
I like to give my students a fun and safe place to learn music and express themselves. Music can relate to so many areas of our lives and I love to help people see all the insights and opportunities it can give. I want to help students experience how much joy music can bring to their lives.
I have been playing the harp for seventeen years and teaching it to all ages for the last six! A veteran of both professional and community orchestras, I have coached harpists in youth orchestras and played for chamber music camps at Minot State University and the Young Artist's Harp Seminar. In ad
Teaches students 9 and up
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Bachelors in Clarinet Performance from Grand Valley State University
Amanda Z.Book Now
I have an extensive knowledge of bass clarinet and soprano clarinet. From beginner to advanced, I can provide my student with knowledge to be a better clarinetist and confident for their next performance. Most clarinet teachers do not specialize in bass, making a lot of their advice well intended, but misleading. I can help you learn efficiently and effectively to be the bass clarinetist you want to be.
My name is Amy! I specialize in teaching clarinet, but have a warm preference for bass clarinet. From classical music to jazz and contemporary, I can help. I posses a Bachelors in Music Performance from Grand Valley State University and am currently working on a Masters in Music at Ithaca College.
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