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Speaks Vietnamese, English
Awarded Shirley Oscarson Classical Music Award from Brigham Young University
Experienced teacher of 5 years! I love teaching oboe and reed-making! I've taught all levels of oboe students, from absolute beginner to high school seniors. I keep lessons fun and go at whatever pace the student prefers. My aim is to make music enjoyable and rewarding through achieving specific goals and having fun. I have a thorough, though flexible, curriculum to help my students achieve their goals, master the oboe, learn repertoire, and love music.
I am a professional oboist, teacher, and reed-maker in the Manhattan area. In recent months, I've played with the Manhattan Opera Studio, New York City Master Chorale, and New York Repertory Orchestra, to name a few. As a performer, I have played in many large venues across America and South East A
progress with the oboe.
3 years program Voice and Jazz Studies from Oberlin Conservatory of Music, Oberlin, Ohio Music Major
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
The student will be instructed on the basics of proper playing techniques, music theory, and musicianship. They will learn to read music and also play by ear which will make them a well rounded player
About Luther A.
Luther unique talents as educator, instrumentalist, conductor, vocal coach, cinematographer, composer and arranger make him a sought-after teacher. Currently, Luther is working with the Bridgeport Board of Education at Roosevelt Elementary School for President Obama's Arts and Humanities Turn-Arou
Speaks English, Russian
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Teaches students 12 and up
How to apply music theory to take your playing and songs to the next level! Get unstuck! Figure out that chorus! Get down on paper what you hear in your head!
I have been composing and producing music for 20+ years. Since I got my first guitar at 13, I've been playing in bands, writing, recording & mixing songs. Touring with bands throughout the U.S. And personally learning from my network of industry veterans who have worked with bands such as: The Roll
Teaches students Male: 4 to 18; Female: 4 and up
Teaching since 2009
Beginners can expect to learn basic vocal technique and breathing methods engaging different muscles as well as learning early classical pieces
Intermediate students will refine their technique and expand their repertoire exploring what voice type they are
Advanced students will Tweak their audition package and learn how to audition for different companies as well as learning how to characterize their specific character in the aria they are singing
Emily is a classically trained opera singer with a Bachelor and Masters degree in vocal performance. She recently relocated to the San Antonio area and performs with the Public Theater of San Antonio. In Dayton she sang with the Dayton Opera , the Dayton Philharmonic Chorus and La Commedia dinner
She has been positive, encouraging, and professional.
My daughter has learned so much and has had a wonderful experience learning to play the violin with Emily.
Teaching since 2008
Awarded Award for Outstanding Achievement from New York University from New York University
Teaches students 5 and up
Has a child in your life expressed interest in learning the flute? Do you miss the flute, or know someone who does? Are you a saxophone player who wants to improve your flute chops? Or do you just want to try something new?
You have come to the right place! I hold a Bachelor of Music in flute performance, a Master of Music in flute performance, and a Master of Music in jazz studies. I grew up on rock ‘n’ roll and have experience in classical, contemporary, jazz and world music. I also play a variety of other flutes, including the alto flute, ocarina and the Andean quena. I am flexible, open minded and happy to tailor my services to the interests and learning style of the student. All ages and experience levels welcome.
You love the flute and don't know where to begin. You know you love its sweet, haunting sound, but aren't sure what style you want to learn. Or maybe you know what style of music you are most interested in, but lessons feel intimidating. You might even be an adventurous type who is interested in
Ammon has also a broad knowledge both in Jazz and Classical and I would reccommend studying with Ammon
Teaching since 2011
I have been playing flute since I was 12 years old. I am very passionate about teaching music! I am available in English and Korean. I love working with students of all ages and experience levels. I am here to help you improve your sound and technique. Don't hesitate to contact me!
Hello! I am very passionate about teaching music! I am currently pursuing Doctoral of Musical Arts from The Hartt School. I graduated from Mannes School of Music with Master of Music with Judith Mendenhall and University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign with Bachelor of Music degree studying with Jo
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Eric is awesome. He has a foundation in theory and formal training, but doesn't let that inhibit creativity and fun. I've only just started lessons with him but I've learned a lot already. I think he has a real talent for intuiting the students' personality and goals, and formatting his skills to their context. Plus, he records every lesson, and has very helpful technique recordings to practice with at home.
I'm very excited to continue lessons with him."
I've taken bass and guitar lessons from Paul for eight years. He has a deep understanding of music theory, and is a professional musician, playing multiple instruments. His brilliance as a teacher stems from his ability to tailor his instruction to a specific student's abilities and desires. If you want to learn how play the guitar lead to your favorite rock/pop song, Paul will teach you, while showing you how the scales and forms can, be and are used in other popular songs. I've seen him teach kids from 6 to 60. He organizes blues jams for students, giving them a chance to play with professional musicians. Paul is extremely professional, friendly, and knowledgable. Paul supplies carefully designed study materials. I don't want to over do it, but Paul is a gifted teacher of musical knowledge."
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