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Speaks English, Russian, Ukranian
Awarded Ranlet Award First Prize Winner from Rochester Philharmonic Women's Legue
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
I came to the United States with about three English words. One of them was the word - pencil. Not very useful you may agree.
I have become a translator in real time, published writer of both professional writing in my field of music and of fiction. My writing has been sold in all stores and outlets. It has been carried and sold online as well as in all stores of Barns and Noble, Amazon in hard cover as well as soft cover editions. I have been published in newspapers as a music critic and my editing of scientific literature that pass peer review on the largest online magazine has helped publish and approve works by PhD musicologists as well as faculty of the famed Oxford University. My speaking is without accent or any indication of my origins. My original language is Russian.
Let me help you to reach a place of ease and comfort in your communications. Getting a job, finding friends, filling out forms or writing creatively. No matter what you do, your language is ...
~ Teaching beginners to professional students and coaching professionals for over 30 years. All levels and ages are welcome! ~ Hello my friends! I am an internationally respected concert pianist and composer who comes from a family of renowned musicians. I earned my degrees from the Julli
He created a welcoming environment in our online lessons that made it easy to be vulnerable and get right to working on new skills.
I highly recommend for others looking to better understand their voice and communication style, and learn to hone them.
Joseph’s technical ‘short cuts’ are amazing! He illustrates ways for your hands and your mind to work that are tailor made for you. Learning from him is so fun it seems almost effortless.
The way Joseph teaches allows you to develop at your own pace. The atmosphere is always relaxed yet everything moves along quickly.
At the open classes I attend, his other students are progressing very rapidly too. After each class, we share our impressions. The mood is elated because it feels like we stepped back in time and into history.
Joseph often quotes inspired wisdom of his historic teachers in our lessons. He is a great inspiration on his own with great musical insights.
I’m playing Beethoven and Chopin works I never thought I could approach at this stage of study, with great depth of understanding. I now play with greater passion and skill, get compliments from everyone I play for, and no longer worry about playing in public.
I look forward to each and every lesson with Joseph. His encouragement and support makes learning so rewarding! Anyone who finds this musical treasure is a lucky person and I cannot recommend him highly enough.
Bachelor of Science in Psychology from SUNY Brockport
I believe music can change the world.
Lessons with me start with a no-nonsense plan to growing as an artist on the guitar. With my program you will get a customized path with a healthy mix of foundational theory, skills, and (most importantly) playing fun songs!
Message today to see if we'll be a good match, I can't wait to share music with you!
Hi, there! My name is Kenton and I can't wait to meet you! I've been teaching private lessons since 2019 and have loved helping my students learn the basics of guitar, music theory, and musicianship. I went to SUNY Brockport and earned a degree in Psychology in 2016. Following my undergrad I took a
Teaching since 2015
High School Diploma from Douglas Anderson School of the Arts
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I have a very nuanced, and energetic perspective on violin. I'll teach any level of student whether it is complete beginner or advanced learner. I am suzuki certified as well. I have plenty of experience in teaching violin (6 years of private teaching).
Hello! My name is Noah Arcenas. I have been playing violin for 11 years, and I am currently pursuing my Bachelor's degree for Violin Performance at the Eastman School of Music, where I study with Yoojin Jang. Throughout my violin journey, I have found a passion in teaching. I really enjoy working wi
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Teaching since 2020
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Looking for trombone lessons that cover topics from technique to musicality to ear training to professionalism? Look no further! As a trombonist of 12 years, a recent graduate of the Eastman School of Music in Rochester, NY, and future master's student at the San Francisco Conservatory of Music in San Francisco, California, I know that I have the experience and knowledge needed to assist you regardless of your level or goals on trombone! I have been passionate about teaching for about as long as I have been playing, and I hope that we are able to connect to help you improve and find passion for trombone for yourself.
My name is Miriam Snyder, and I am a trombonist of 12 years. I am a recent graduate of the Eastman School of Music, located in Rochester, NY, where I earned a Bachelor's Degree in Trombone Performance, as well as a Performer's Certificate. Beginning in the fall of 2021, I will begin my master's degr
Teaching since 2013
Teaches students 5 and up
Trained singer for 10 years.
I am a counter-tenor. I can sing in the lower registers, but I can also hit very high falsetto notes with power.
I know how singing is on tour, and I can teach students how to prepare for tour.
I can teach control, pitch, and applying technique to songwriting / rock band situations.
A.J. Vincent has been playing keyboards for 27 years, he has been singing for 12 years, and he has been working in the music industry as a professional performer for 15 years. He has worked and toured with bands such as: ...And You Will Know Us by the Trail of Dead, The Bright Light Social Hour, and
Speaks Japanese, English
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Teaches students 10 and up
Learn how to learn English, have fun, and accomplish more than you would in a class.
*Disclaimer* I'm currently not taking beginner students for bass, drums, piano, and ukulele or children under 10 years old. I highly recommend my studio partner Melissa though. Please check out her profile: https://takelessons.com/profile/melissa-m62 My Background I've been playing with
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