Rosedale Music Lessons

Looking for private in-home or in-studio lessons? Our Rosedale teachers are ready to get you started. Find your teacher today!

Featured On

How it Works

From finding the perfect teacher to managing payments, scheduling and tracking your progress, we take care of all the details, so you can focus on learning. Learn More

Search for a teacher

Compare hundreds of teachers based on the criteria that matter to you, including background checks, age and experience.

Schedule your lessons

When you've found the perfect match, schedule your lessons online using the teacher's real-time availability.

Connect with your teacher

Your teacher will welcome you with a personalized curriculum to meet your specific goals and you'll be able to manage your entire schedule through our free online account.

Can't find a teacher in Rosedale?

No problem. Our online lesson platform connects you with any teacher, anywhere. All you need is a reliable Internet connection, a webcam and a microphone.

Convenient

Zero travel time is great for a busy schedule.

Affordable

Typically priced lower than local lessons.

Effective

Online students stick with lessons as long as local students.

Learn More

Music Lesson Reviews from Students

Students are raving about their Music instructors on TakeLessons. Check out some of these recent reviews.

And they're not alone!

Our teachers have taught

2 , 4 7 5 , 1 6 0

lessons and counting!

Popular Music Teachers near Rosedale

Check out some of our most popular teachers near Rosedale including New York, Brooklyn, Bronx, Jersey City and Astoria.

Showing 10 of 200+ results View More

About Bill T.

Close
Profile_126414_pi_Screen%20Shot%202018-05-08%20at%203.30.59%20PM
Brooklyn, NY

View Full Profile
About Bill
Bill is multi-instrumentalist, jazz musician, composer, arranger and educator. He developed a strong connection to music early in life through some family tradition, encouraging parents and many inspiring and influential teachers. He has gone on to perform alongside a number of noteworthy artists and ensembles and has toured extensively overseas and throughout North America.

His love for music came to life though performances with several ensembles in public school, regional big bands and his own jazz saxophone quartet. He is a graduate of the Purchase College Conservatory of Music's Jazz Studies program and has recently become a graduate of New Jersey City University's M.M. Multiple Woodwind Performance program.

Following two years performing abroad on cruise ships and the national tour of Young Frankenstein: The Musical, he was dr
awn back to New York City. Performing regularly on piccolo, flute, alto flute, clarinet, bass clarinet and all saxophones, he is proving to be valued asset in the NYC music scene.

Bill performs regularly with his group, Bill Todd and the Sixth Generation, while also working as a Broadway pit musician, a sideman and a private music teacher.

*** Lesson Details ***
Every student is unique, therefore, lessons are designed to fit the student individually. My teaching style is molded to satisfy each students wants and needs. I also like to focus on developing proper playing habits. I see it as my job to help my students understand and develop the proper techniques to eliminate bad habits in order for them to be the best they can be on their instrument. Lessons are about having fun making music, learning, and improving.

*** Studio Equipment ***
Chairs, music stands and keyboard for harmonic discussions.

*** Travel Equipment ***
I expect the student to bring their own music notebook and their own instrument. They may also need to purchase their own lesson books when the time comes.

*** Specialties ***
I can help my students learn how to play in a variety of styles ranging from classical (solos, chamber music, etudes, etc.) to jazz (improvisation, harmony, etc.). Whether they're working on a song to play at school, a NYSSMA or All County solo, or just learning for fun, I will help them play to the best of their ability.
...
Reviews
Silhouette-80
Lauren February 9, 2018
· Flute · In home
Bill is great, and I would recommend him for players of all ages. I played flute in middle school and high school and wanted to get back into playing after having not touched my instrument for 15+ years. I found Bill on Take Lessons and was excited to begin lessons after reading his many glowing reviews. Although I was nervous about essentially having to start from scratch all over again with the flute, Bill has been kind, patient and lots of fun to work with. He is an extremely talented musician, and is very good at figuring out what I'm doing wrong with respect to air flow, embouchure, etc., and recommending how to correct it. Although I have a lot of work ahead of me I'm so enjoying playing again, and this time with much better sound, thanks to Bill!
Thumb_126772_pi_IMG_8776
Josie B. October 15, 2017
· Music Theory · In studio
Composer here, who studied with Bill. A kind and insightful teacher! Bill was always ready to help with odd requests for pieces I was working or interested in as we went over piano topics, music theory, and ear training. Gave me a great foundation to work with.
Thumb_43826_pi_GPS_0118
Cornel D. August 23, 2017
· · In home
1. Music
a. A high-pitched woodwind instrument consisting of a slender tube closed at one end with keys and finger holes on the side and an opening near the closed end across which the breath is blown. Also called transverse flute.
b. Any of various similar reed less woodwind instruments, such as the recorder.
c. An organ stop whose flue pipe produces a flute-like tone.
2.
a. Architecture A long, usually rounded groove incised as a decorative motif on the shaft of a column, for example.
View Details
View Profile
Bill T.

Bill T.

Brooklyn, NY 11216
(27)
starting at
$35 / 30-min

About Asuka U.

Close
Profile_131112_pi_6FDD574D-EBA2-4178-93F1-CBC6590AC0C6
New York, NY

View Full Profile
About Asuka
I started my musical training as a pianist at YAMAHA institute at age 4 in Japan. I was selected to enter perfect pitch class. It was designated for students who have perfect pitch and potentials to be professional musicians.

I enjoyed playing piano and electric piano and won the 1st prize at Kitakantou Electric Piano Competition hosted by YAMAHA institute. Because of the intensive training, I have been accompanying my students' recitals and performance exams.

As much as I enjoyed playing piano, I discovered that I also love singing, so I started to take singing lessons and majored in vocal performance during my college days.

Since I have graduated, I have been performing opera professionally. My career highlights include roles as Cio-cio san(Madame Butterfly) with Snob Opera, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, Fairy(Falstaff) with Sir B
ryn Terfel with the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic, Liverpool, England, Dorinda(Orlando) with Cantanti Project, Pamina (Die Zauberflöte) with Opera Manhattan Studio, Frasquita (Carmen) with One World Symphony, Zerlina (Don Giovanni) and Clorinda (La Cenerentola) with Capitol Heights Opera, Alice (Le comte Ory) with West Side Opera Society, Adele (Die Fledermaus), Susanna (Le Nozze di Figaro), and Myrrhine (Lysistrata) with Opera Avanti, Gilda (Rigoletto) with Académie Internationale d'Eté de Nice, and The First Spirit (Die Zauberflöte) with the Opera Company of Brooklyn.

My international credits include performances under the direction of Conductor Laurent Pillot at the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic, Liverpool, England;the Académie Internationale d'Eté de Nice, France; the Daniel Ferro Vocal Program in Chianti,Italy; the International Vocal Arts Institute in Tel Aviv, Israel where I was selected to sing for the Japanese Ambassador.

I made appearances as a soloist at Carnegie Hall, Lincoln Center, Symphony Space, Town Hall, and MOMA museum in New York City and the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Hall.

As a versatile singer, I was presented as an aspiring opera singer on the website of Maybelline New York. Her voice was featured in short films for the Japanese technology company NEC. I appeared as a soprano soloist for the opera, Jazz and theater collaboration of "TAKE ABITE" by David Antonio Cruz. I also sings Broadway songs and continues her musical theater studies. She is an active recitalist and also performs Oratorio works.

I was also a finalist at the Opera Idol Competition at Lincoln Center in New York City, The Hariclea Darclée Voice Competition in Romania and the Mario Lanza and Elaine Malbin Vocal Competition in New York City. Ms. Uchida was selected as a vocal scholarship recipient at Savannah music festival.

My upcoming engagement includes singing the role of Gilda in Rigoletto and Oscar in Un ballo in maschera in 2018 in New York City.

Besides being an opera singer, I have been teaching piano and voice for 11 years. I would like to share my skills and experience with you. Since I perform often, I can coach you how to perform on stage in addition to building solid technique and languages. Also, I have taught various kinds of music, such as Rock, Broadway musicals, Pop music, so we can work on all kind of music.

I look forward to teaching you soon!

*** Lesson Details ***
My students can expect to improve their skills and start to enjoy music more as we work together.
I believe that learning music is fun and enjoyable. However you also need to be serious and focused.
I can demonstrate various and specific techniques, phrasing, and interpretation and will always coach on how to develop your skills. However, I feel it is important for students to think critically on their own and take the first try at solving a problem themselves. I cannot emphasize enough that primarily it is you who find the ways to improve. Leaning music is a collaboration between teachers and students. I hope that through my lessons, students will become more self-sufficient and confident as musicians.
Let me help you become a better musician.

*** Studio Equipment ***
Piano (Clavinova), music stand, and desk.

*** Travel Equipment ***
By Subway, the closest station is 23rd street. You can take C, E train(within one block). 1 train(one block), M, F train (2 blocks).
...
Reviews
Silhouette-80
Wilbur July 17, 2018
· Singing · Online
My daughter started taking online signing lessons with Asuka a few weeks ago and we have seen dramatic improvements in her voice. Asuka was able to guide my daughter away from singing in a way that would potentially damage her voice towards a strong technique with a beautiful tone. Her voice is now well supported and getting better every week. My daughter really adores Asuka as she is really easy to get along with and is great with kids.
Silhouette-80
Chieko P. April 25, 2018
· Singing · In studio
I enjoyed her lesson very much. I’m looking forward next lesson.
Silhouette-80
Matt February 13, 2018
· Japanese · In studio
Great!
View Details
View Profile
Asuka U.

Asuka U.

New York, NY 10011
(33)
starting at
$55 / 30-min

About Susannah B.

Close
296520_wm3q32vhm7lpj4svd75k
New York, NY
View Full Profile
About Susannah
Hello! I am a graduate student living and working in Manhattan. I am studying at Columbia University and preparing for medical school. Professionally and personally, my interest and areas of expertise are interdisciplinary! I have 19 years of experience playing piano and more than seven years experience teaching.

As someone who has had literally hundreds of piano lessons, I can appreciate what makes a lesson "good". I remember as a kid always feeling bad for my friends who dreaded going to their music lessons. I was lucky to have wonderful teachers and enjoy my experience studying and playing music.

As a teacher, I am committed to making sure my students have the same positive experience. I take having  fun seriously with my students regardless of age. Playing the piano has way too many benefits to become a chore! I have high expe
ctations for my students and help them reach their goals in a low-key, non-stressful, pleasant environment.

*** Lesson Details ***
My students are often young beginners. We have a lot of fun navigating through the process of learning to read music and play songs that they enjoy. Learning to read music and understand theory are both elements I strongly emphasize. I am always open to looking for specific pieces or styles that students want to play. Sometimes students just want to learn how to play one complicated piece and that's fine too!

I like both Thompson and Alfred as curriculum and often substitute along the way with sheet music that compliments the books we work from. I work to customize my approach for each individual so that they can have the most effective and enjoyable experience possible as they learn to play the piano.

*** Travel Equipment ***
I provide books and any other teaching materials (chalkboard, laptop etc). Students need to have a piano or electric keyboard in cases where I am traveling to their house.

*** Specialties ***
Classical with an emphasis on being able to read music from the beginning.
...
Reviews
242597_v7xgjndlmznc937gk9k9
Robert G. June 23, 2013
· Piano ·
Kind and helpful instructor

Susannah is a pleasant and attentive teacher. She went the extra mile by doing research when I had questions about music theory and offered useful constructive criticism about my playing and technique. Also, she was adaptive to my own goals so overall, I had a great experience.
Silhouette-80
JodyS January 31, 2012
· ·
Piano Teacher

Susannah is a great piano teacher. I have a 10 year old son and this is his first experience with formal lessons. Susannah is patient and works extremely well with kids. My son enjoys his lessons with her!
Silhouette-80
PadmanabaiahS January 23, 2012
· ·
Parent

Susannah is patient and encourages early learners. Her attitude encourages learners feel free and ask questions to seek answers
View Details
View Profile
Susannah B.

Susannah B.

New York, NY 10025
(4)
starting at
$46 / 30-min

About Geoff B.

Close
Profile_128547_141281_10503
Garden City, NY
View Full Profile
About Geoff
Hi, my name is Geoff and I play Double Bass, Bass Guitar, Cello and Piano. I played full time in a Symphony orchestra for 20 yrs., began playing Piano in 1963, Bass Guitar 1970, Double Bass 1977 and Cello 1982. I prescribe lessons complete with Solo, Ensemble, and Technical Playing and Reading Skills thoroughly as well as progressively. I make the lessons fun and interesting and relate well with all types of personalities. My students view me as a teacher and friend who' s a good listener when they have things like overloads in homework from school and other complications that kids face.They do great at NYSSMA and are asked to play in all ensembles at school. I love animals and my hobbies are hiking in the mountains including in snow and ice, camping, building things and work on my own car when I can. Most of my students stay with me for
8-10 yrs. and handle themselves very well in all ensembles. They play to earn scholarships for college as well and play for life. Happy Playing!
...
Reviews
Silhouette-80
Daria S. March 8, 2018
· Cello · In home
My daughter had few lessons with Geoff, so far it seems like her skills has improved.
Silhouette-80
Kelly May 28, 2017
· Cello · In studio
Geoff is a very well rounded teacher with much experience in all areas of his feild. He is great at explaining exactly what he means, and exactly what you as a player must do to create the sound he is looking for. He is not only a phenominal musician, but also an outstanding teacher, who pushes his stufents to do better.
Silhouette-80
Tim May 19, 2017
· Upright Bass · In home
Geoff is a great teacher who has exceptional skills and experience. Geoff is a very patient teacher who takes the time to work on every detail of the piece. His focus on technique made me into a much better player.
View Details
View Profile
Geoff B.

Geoff B.

Garden City, NY 11530
(6)
starting at
$50 / 60-min

About Indigo S.

Close
Profile_130770_pi__MG_9884-b
New York, NY

View Full Profile
About Indigo
Indigo has been working in the performing arts since she was biting ankles, first as a dancer and vocalist, and later as a guitarist. She's composed music for and/or sung dozens of international television commercials, spots on Law and Order and songs in Films premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival, and as a lead guitarist and vocalist, toured the US, Canada, Europe and Iceland, extensively, performing in hundreds of theaters and rock clubs around the world, including-- Madison Square Garden, BAM, The Beacon Theater, Music Hall Of Williamsburg, The Bowery Ballroom, Club Nokia (LA), The Santa Barbara Bowl, The Chicago Theater, Baby's All Right, The Mercury Lounge, Hardly Strictly Bluegrass (SF), Pickathon (Portland)

As a teacher, Indigo's method has, at it's core, a commitment to the idea of teaching a man to fish rather than giving hi
m a fish, and every student, regardless of age or experience will be taught to understand, first and foremost, how music works, so that he or she comes away, not only with the skills to play the material covered in the lessons, but, eventually, the ability to teach themselves any other material they're interested in.

With an emphasis on ear training, her natural approach to learning theory, makes even the most wary or challenged student understand with ease, and find pleasure in the process of learning. Rote memorization is eliminated and replaced by a deep understanding, which grows naturally, while technique improves alongside it. Students quickly find themselves able to play, sing and understand things previously only dreamed of.

These universal building blocks of music apply across all genres. Technique will be tailored to your specific interests, and from the start, a portion of each lesson will be devoted to learning the material of your choice.

Indigo also specializes in coaching songwriters, and can, in a gentle and non-invasive way, help to guide you through the process of both mastering craft, and establishing your own individual voice as a writer.
...
Reviews
Thumb_130652_pi_a16ad148-e721-42c7-9d3c-03cf1854fe0e
Lara July 17, 2018
· Guitar · Online
I truly enjoyed my first lesson with Indigo. She's a wonderful instructor. She explains very clearly with a calm and precise approach. I truly feel she can teach me how to be a better guitarist in a structured, positive and comfortable way. She immediately put me at ease without judgement and without the dreaded "mansplaining" that I often got from male instructors in the past. I'm definitely coming back for more lessons.
Silhouette-80
michael graham February 3, 2018
· Guitar · Online
Indigo is an amazing teacher. While she is a professional musician with a deep understanding of music theory, I am an intermediate guitar player and don’t spend much time on theory - i mostly want to work on playing songs and singing, and she jumps right into what i am working on with enthusiasm and an open mind. She is good at explaining things and she is also always smiling and super nice. Can’t say enough good things.
Silhouette-80
Daniel September 17, 2017
· Guitar · In studio
Indigo is able to break down the guitar in a way that is clear and empowering, and very musical. You will be a better musician if you follow through on her revelations.
View Details
View Profile
Indigo S.

Indigo S.

New York, NY 10128
(38)
starting at
$60 / 30-min
View More
View Previous

About Marlon O.

Close
Profile_121476_pi_BB713E38-DC37-4237-8CB4-ECA135478C92
Astoria, NY

View Full Profile
About Marlon
While some musicians achieve their success by their talents, others, like guitarist Marlon Oliveira, earn it through their hard work, perseverance, and dedication.

Motivated by his passion to bring the wonderful music of the classical guitar to a wider audience, Oliveira has overcome many obstacles to his goals: He started the guitar at the late age of 16, significantly behind his peers in music school; he did not pass his first audition to get into music school, but changed his teacher and worked even harder to get in; and he overcame the debilitating effects of Repetitive Strain Injury that plagued him for 3 years by committing himself the study of better technique, better health, and better practice habits. Oliveira says, “The injury slowed me down a bit, but I remained persistent in my practice and my studies and I have recovered s
o that I can still play, something I am very happy about”.

Before auditioning for music school, Oliveira was enrolled at Queens College as an undeclared major. “I was scared to do music, because it seemed like such a hard living, especially when I saw many other guitarists drop out of the music program. But then I realized if I didn’t devote myself fully to the study of music, then nothing was going to happen with it, so I put everything else off to the side to pursue my degree and a life of music.”Since earning his degree in music, Oliveira continues teaching music for a living.

Since his graduation in 2011, Oliveira has performed at the International Toronto BrazilFest, at LIC Concerts, with the NYC Guitar Orchestra, and in many private events.
...
Reviews
Thumb_5a8a18fb0df78_review_1518999776301
peter February 18, 2018
· Classical Guitar · In studio
Marlon is a patient instructor with a pleasant demeanor. He has the knack of understanding where the student is and what he or she needs to get better. Highly recommended.
Thumb_5a8a083a6496c_review_IMG_3990
Mercedes February 18, 2018
· Classical Guitar · In studio
One of Marlon's qualities is his patience, absolutely fantastic! excellent teaching tehnicque, will explain until you get it, and will repeat it if you forget; treat each student at their own level, like one one even when there is 6 -8 students. Coolest teacher ever!
Silhouette-80
Val February 17, 2018
· Guitar · In studio
After one year, Marlon has been a great teacher since our first lesson and continues to be. His lessons never gets boring. He has been teaching everything I’ve always desired to learn, how to read notes interpret beats, tempo, theory, and different strumming patterns. He’s also very patient, generous, and always responds to my questions in a prompt manner, whether it is via email or text. He understands that each student has their own pace to learn guitar playing and has always been encouraging. Marlon has the skill set to teach students such as myself, who had no prior experience, To the most experienced ones. I have faith he will make anyone play a guitar like a professional. Check him out!
View Details
View Profile
Marlon O.

Marlon O.

Astoria, NY 11106
(3)
starting at
$35 / 30-min

About Jonathan R.

Close
Profile_99185_pi_H89A3736
Brooklyn, NY

View Full Profile
About Jonathan
I am a classically trained composer working with today's leading performers, and a lifelong guitarist and pianist in rock and indie bands. My teaching/consulting studio will help you develop your full potential as a musical artist, whether you're a songwriter, composer or performer.
...
Reviews
Silhouette-80
Steve August 17, 2017
· Piano · In studio
I got a lot out of my first lesson. Jon was able to identify a good starting point and move me along at a very good pace. Very friendly and patient, also thorough explanations and techniques. Well done!!
Silhouette-80
Ryan Thier July 29, 2017
· Piano · In home
I've really enjoyed working with Jonathan. He's been very supportive, patient, and helpful in improving my technique, basic skills, and understanding of music in general. Would certainly recommend piano lessons with him!
Silhouette-80
Vicki December 6, 2016
· Composition · In home
Jon is fabulous! He is able to provide a mix of classical, contemporary music styles to build on and develop a broad base of musical interest my son has. He is able to tailor his teaching tools to fit in with my son's interests. This is no mean feat, especially when my son is only 8 years of age.

Thanks so much Jon!
View Details
View Profile
Jonathan R.

Jonathan R.

Brooklyn, NY 11237
(7)
starting at
$40 / 30-min

About Amalia G.

Close
Profile_81112_pi_1506894_10101856331668387_1021131989721257617_n
Brooklyn, NY
View Full Profile
About Amalia
I have 20 years of cello experience in performing and teaching throughout the world with more than 15 years abroad experience (France, England, USA, Canada). I am bilingual in French and English and can teach in either language. I have just moved from Paris where I taught private lessons at the American School of Paris.

Over the years I have performed various styles of music asides from my classical training, including pop, electronic music, and hip-hop.

I have great experience with both children and adults, exercising great patience, energy and resourcefulness in creating individual lesson plans to encourage my students and keep them motivated in learning and advancing. Lessons should always be fun and rewarding!

I am very proud and happy to say that many of my students have gone on far with the cello, some on to pursue cell
o professionally and enrolling in conservatory schools to build their careers as cellists.
...
Reviews
Silhouette-80
Rejn November 18, 2015
· Cello · In home
Amalia was very friendly, kind and extremely patient with my son when he had his first cello lesson.
My son likes her. I honestly can say enough good things about her.
Looking forward to see her again!
Silhouette-80
Imani October 21, 2015
· ·
Amalia is an incredibly astute, able teacher as well as player. She is a joy to be around as well, and makes the learning environment playful and exciting!
Silhouette-80
Jesse October 13, 2015
· Cello · In home
Amalia is quite a patient teacher, having to deal with me isn't easy. Her proficiency with music and capacity to meet her students at their ability level, those are what set her apart.
View Details
View Profile
Amalia G.

Amalia G.

Brooklyn, NY 11206
(12)
starting at
$40 / 30-min

About Chris C.

Close
Profile_123837_pi_10415589_10154237885240187_5574455698015626490_n
New York, NY

View Full Profile
About Chris
Born and raised in downtown Manhattan, I have studied music for over 15 years now. When I was about 8 years old I started studying classical piano, and to be perfectly honest, it was like pulling teeth to get me to play.
The repetitious nature of learning classical etude after etude wore down upon me at that young age and it was hard for me to focus on it.

Then I learned about the blues scale and picked up the electric guitar...
After starting to play some blues piano and studying with guitar player
Scott Sharrard of the Gregg Allman band, I started to really enjoy playing music.
I was also playing Trumpet in my middle school band (NYC Lab school) although the constant upkeep trumpet requires made it hard to study three instruments at once...

I proceeded to go to Laguardia High school where I decided to zero in on the piano, studying t
heory and piano technique extensively, and deciding to study jazz as well as classical music.
I began to compose my own tunes and study improvisation diligently, and ended up earning my Bachelor's degree from McGill University.
If you choose to study with me, I will guarantee that you will have fun and see music as more than just a sequence of abstract notes... you will learn how certain chord progressions imply certain emotional settings, and how to manipulate those progressions into creating a scene or narrative!

Now I have record my own jazz albums, and play keyboards in a rock band called "Caverns" based here in NYC.

Additionally, I am also fluent in Ableton and record my own electronic music which I am willing to teach, as it is an important skill in the 21st century music scene.
Thank you for your consideration!
-Chris
...
View Details
View Profile
Chris C.

Chris C.

New York, NY 10007
starting at
$40 / 30-min

About Nick Y.

Close
Profile_127356_pi_AU2_9130
Brooklyn, NY
View Full Profile
About Nick
Hi. My name is Nikita, and I'm a professional saxophonist. I graduated from the Nizhniy Novgorod conservatory (Russian Federation) in 2013, with a mark of excellence and an honors degree diploma. Currently live in New York City.

I teach any of you willing to learn to play the sax – at any skill level, age or trade. For our music classes, we can make use of any means at our disposal. Let us have a lesson at my professional studio, in your home or on Skype. I will not only teach you how to extract hypnotizing musical sounds but also share the basics of musical notation, the gift of improvisation and playing to accompaniment.

My teaching experience in itself equals to some 10 years.
Through this time period, I have been working with Beginner to Advanced-level students of any ages. We have been practicing in my professional studio, at
my trainees’ premises or via Skype.
To any student of mine I offer a tried-and-true combination of techniques that have eventually made up my state-of-the-art teaching methodic.
It contains, but is not limited to, the following:
- establish the basis of musical theory including learning musical notation and reading scores;
- gaining extensive practice through performing popular classic to hit tunes;
- getting to know how to play to accompaniment;
- learning how to improvise in a variety of genres.
Truth be told, I really pride myself on offering all extras without your overpaying. As what I am longing for is:
- developing beginner musicians’ skill;
- giving rise to intermediate-level saxophonists’;
- polishing advanced sax players’ mastery.
And, no doubt, helping prepare for an upcoming concert or competition is an option, too, - and quite an honorable task for me.
So let us arrange a meeting and discuss my tailor-made offer – just for you!
...
Reviews
Silhouette-80
Nataly July 8, 2018
· Saxophone · In studio
I had been choosing a teacher for long before my choice turned next to Nikita, which I’m very happy about. Not everyone can be so straightforward in explaining stuff. He will always understand and prompt you. Apart from being a teacher with a big ‘T’, Nikita is a very amiable, sociable and responsible person! If you are still in two minds concerning your choice of a teacher, don’t lose your time, make an appointment with Nikita!
Silhouette-80
Denis June 24, 2018
· Saxophone · In home
I had been choosing a teacher for long before my choice turned next to Nikita, which I’m very happy about. Not everyone can be so straightforward in explaining stuff. He will always understand and prompt you. Apart from being a teacher with a big ‘T’, Nikita is a very amiable, sociable and responsible person! If you are still in two minds concerning your choice of a teacher, don’t lose your time, make an appointment with Nikita!
Silhouette-80
Alex June 18, 2018
· Saxophone · In home
The history of me meeting Nikita started after his performance on my wedding. I really liked his style of play and his personality, too. A year later I decided to take up playing the sax and, of course, addressed Nikita with that – as I had been inspired particularly with his play. I put progress and success I could feel even after half a year of studies down to Nikita’s teaching skill. He will always reasonably praise me or scold if homework undone. To top it all, he inspires me to work and go on rising further. I just wish there was more time to take more lessons. Nikita, I will be coming more often when I finish my construction works, I promise! Thank you for your patience and perseverance in your noble work.
View Details
View Profile
Nick Y.

Nick Y.

Brooklyn, NY 11215
(3)
starting at
$39 / 45-min

Recent Music Articles from the Blog

Whether you're just starting out or a seasoned pro, check out the Music articles on our blog.

A Brief History of A Cappella

A Brief History of A Cappella

Over the past few years, a cappella has become a popular genre and trend. But what exactly is it? The term a cappella is an Italian term that means "in the manner of the church" or "in the manner of the chapel," referring to the type of music that is sung without the use of musical instruments. History tells us that a cappella music got its beginning in a religious setting, but the genre continues to grow and change as shows like Glee and movies like Pitch Perfect move the style into popular c … Read More

A Brief History of A Cappella
Over the past few years, a cappella has become a popular genre and trend. But what exactly is it? The term a cappella is an Italian term that means "in the manner of the church" or "in the manner of the chapel," referring to the type of music that is sung without the use of musical instruments. History tells us that a cappella music got its beginning in a religious setting, but the genre continues to grow and change as shows like Glee and movies like Pitch Perfect move the style into popular c
Flower Power: 4 Easy Ukulele Songs from the 60s
Ready for a time warp? Ukulele teacher Willy M. has five classic tunes from the 60s that are perfect for your ukulele! There was something about the music of the 1960s that has remained popular year after year. The nice thing about this for the beginning ukulele player is that 60s songs make great tunes to learn on the ukulele, simply because they're relatively easy to play. Here are five easy ukulele songs for beginners that come from the swinging 60s. 1. "Up Around the Bend" The f
3 Reasons Why Piano Players Should Also Learn the Organ
There are many reasons why a music student may find themselves learning to play piano on a keyboard rather than on a baby grand: cost, space, or simply lack of access, for example. Versatility on a range of keyboard instruments is also an extremely useful string for any pianist to have to their bow, and can lead to greater practice and public performance opportunities, and even excellent opportunities to earn a little money on the side. The organ, although not the most prevalent or popular musi
How to Sing R&B | 4 Tips for Beginners
Interested in learning how to sing R&B? Check out these helpful tips from online voice teacher Liz T...   If you’re a fan of contemporary R&B singers today, such as Mariah Carey, Alicia Keys, Beyonce, Jennifer Hudson, and Rihanna, and want to learn how to sing R&B music, then this article is for you! R&B is a very specific style of music - think pop and rock with an “urban” feel. To get a better idea of how to approach R&B songs, check out these musical tips!
How to Play Ukulele: 4 Fingerpicking Patterns for Ukes
Looking to get a new sound out of your ukulele? Music teacher Willy M. shares four fingerpicking patterns that will take your uke sound to the next level... It’s pretty amazing what the human hand can do when you think about it. Because of our opposable thumbs, we’ve been able to go all the way to the moon and back. But one thing that many folks learning how to play ukulele don't know is that they can use their fingers to pick out beautiful patterns that will make their songs more memorable t

Get Started with Free Resources

Why TakeLessons?

Play-button

Are You a Teacher?

Find out how TakeLessons can help you grow and manage your business

Learn More