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Teaching since 2013
Bachelor's Degree in Flute Performance from Purchase College
I believe that the most important aspect of learning is a positive and comfortable environment that encourages and facilitates growth! My studio ranges from ages 9 to adult and from beginner to advanced.
Through my own studies I have experienced many different teaching styles and philosophies, and have developed my own method to help my students progress quickly and efficiently.
Every lesson will begin with a discussion about the students practicing so that we can celebrate growth and work together through challenges.
Students will be asked to study technical and tone exercises as well as repertoire that will help them progress in the necessary areas. I will help my students choose pieces that are appropriate and enjoyable.
If a student would like to study a popular song then I will gladly write my own arrangement for them. We can also learn to play by ear and improvise.
For my online students I will record solos, duets, and piano parts to pieces that we cannot play ...
Leanna is a co-principal flutist and piccolo in The Orchestra Now (TON) based at the Fisher Center in upstate New York. She has performed with TON in venues such as Carnegie Hall, Jazz at Lincoln Center, and The Metropolitan Museum of Art. Since joining in September, Leanna has participated in two
Teaching since 2019
Teaches students 5 and up
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
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My lessons are from a seasoned professional in hop hop and rap. I have songs on youtube with a good amount of views you can go check out. I Know about making beats and rhythm if you wanna do that as well. Im a great lyricist an I would love to help someone else ecxeed in rap and hip hop.
Was up. I'm Austin. Im 25. I love rap and hip hop. I have since I was 12 years old. I am 25 now. I have alot of experience with rap and hip hop. I have done live shows. I have songs on youtube with good amount of views. I even make beats. That are dope. I am very patient I have a 4 year old lol but
Speaks English, Spanish
Teaching since 2010
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
I am a professional performing artist and educator who believes that everyone is inherently musical. I have extensive experience with students of all ages and abilities and enjoy cultivating the interests in those whom I teach.
New York-based cellist Pecos was the winner of the 2016 Baroque Concerto Competition at the San Francisco Conservatory and has performed on baroque and modern instruments across the US, the Czech Republic, Italy and Austria. Pecos has recorded for the Naxos label as a Fellow at the National Orchest
Teaching since 2004
B.M. in Violin Performance from Converse College
Hello! I've been performing for 21 years and teaching for 15 years. Teaching has always been a passion for me! Whether you're an adult trying the violin or viola for the first time, or a dedicated student aiming to major in music, I can adapt my approach to suit your needs. I will help you build confidence in your playing through presenting attainable goals each week, while also providing appropriate challenges. I aim to help you feel comfortable and natural as you play by prioritizing proper posture and technique.
I have a Master's degree from the Peabody Conservatory in Violin Performance with an emphasis in pedagogy. I have performed in the U.S.A. and Europe, with well-known artists such as Andrea Bocelli, Yo-Yo Ma, Itzahk Perlman, and the Trans-Siberian Orchestra. My teacher training includes the Suzuki method (registered for books 1-5) and the Mark O'Connor method (certified for books 1-2).
My hope is that the violin or viola becomes a constant source of inspiration and ...
Violinist, pianist, composer, and teacher Hollis received her Master of Music degree in Violin Performance/Pedagogy from the Peabody Institute of Johns Hopkins University as a student of Herbert Greenberg. She studied at Converse College for her Bachelor of Music degree with Sarah Johnson where she
Awarded 3rd Place - Trombone from MTNA Young Artist Performance Competition, Idaho
Teaching since 2011
Bachelor of Music - Trombone Performance from Brigham Young University-Idaho
Private music theory lessons are a great benefit for the student interested in pursuing music in college, composition lessons, or to better yourself as a musician. It can be taught in conjunction with ear training (recommended), within an instrumental lesson, or by itself.
I believe in teaching all aspects of musicianship when learning an instrument such as music theory, ear training, and singing, just to name a few. I have been private teaching for more than 8 years and I specialize in trombone, music theory/ear training, and piano lessons and have taught a variety
where I was at and got me back to a foundation I could start from. She instilled confidence in me
to hit the correct notes. Very pleased and looking
Forward to a good practice week.
Speaks Spanish (For singing and limited usage), Italian (for singing)
Awarded Choir Regionals from National Association of Teachers of Singing (NATS)
Teaches students 5 and up
You want to learn or improve musically or artistically. You live near me or somewhere thousands of miles away. Online lessons can be surprisingly beneficial. I use novel methods for tracking progress, assigning lessons, sharing links, videos and more. In-home and in-studio are great fun and much is accomplished. Within the first few lessons, your piano playing, singing or calligraphy will improve dramatically. Every problem has a solution! I specialize in helping students who are stuck. With my great love for music and art and my love for my students, success is just around the corner.
Open up to your own unique voice. Play piano with energy and freedom. "With singing, your body is your instrument. Helping you become all you can be as a performer is my number one goal. Protecting your voice is a close second as we work to strengthen your vocal range and the quality of your so
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