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Speaks Hebrew, English
Teaching since 2007
Laid-back atmosphere, reaching our goals in a fun way. Learning chords, strumming and techniques by learning to play rock songs. Enjoying the process is as important as achieving our goals.
I've played electric guitar for over 10 years now, I love to play and teach blues and rock. With me you'll get straight to business and play the songs that you love, with some practice you'll notice how you are gaining good understanding of the necessary techniques and knowledge to become a great
Keyboard and music composition from Stony Brook University, NY
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Awarded Best Teacher of 2015 from Private company
Hello potential piano proteges' ! ...Being a piano protege as a child myself, I have been teaching piano, organ and flute for over 25 years since and I currently have students that range from children to adults.While you are learning to play piano, you will be playing popular , classical , hymns and all types of music . I am a keyboard and composition major at Stony Brook University and play many musical styles like pop, standards, classical, swing and rock 'n roll. My student were finalists in the Yamaha Electone organ competition. From 4th grade to High School graduation , I recieved NYSSMA awards and scholarships as a flutist .I'd be happy to have a half hour consultation with no obligation. The lessons can be in your home using your own piano or in my piano studio in Copiague . Thank you and sincerely yours , Veronica B.
Hello, potential piano proteges'! **SALE**I am also offering a half-off sale on Skype online lessons now. You get a full one hour lesson for the same price as 30 minutes in-home lesson!... Being a piano protege as a child myself, I have been teaching piano, organ, and flute for over 25 years since,
She is personable, and someone I would be friends with outside of the professional relationship we share.
Speaks French, Italian, English
Teaching since 1990
Piano Performance Degree from Santa Cecilia Music Conservatory
I am professional classical pianist, musicologist and music manager, working in both classical and contemporary music. I have been teaching piano for over 30 years and as a piano teacher, I learned a lot from my students to be versatile, adaptable, creative, confident. I teach piano students of all
Paolo is a remarkable teacher and coach. He is so knowledgeable and yet so kind and patient. He has the patience to work with all levels, I am very fortunate to have started working with him.
Now that we have Covid19 we are doing Zoom sessions and they are very successful. Before that we did coaching in Paolo's studio. If you want to learn without embarassment and learn so much work with Paolo Bartolani.
Teaching since 2000
Master of Business Administration from Long Island University
I am a professional drummer and educator with 26 years experience teaching and performing. My background includes live/session experience in multiple styles and musical genres, including pop, rock, jazz, funk, fusion, latin and electronic, in additional to compositional study and theory.
We will design our lessons together as student and teacher, and I am able to adapt my teaching style to each students' specific needs and abilities. Learn the fundamentals while playing along with your favorite songs! Advance your skills in a comfortable setting, with lots of encouragement and support.
I have experience with all ages and abilities, including students with physical and intellectual disabilities.
I am a professional drummer, recording artist, and educator, with over 26 years performing and teaching. I graduated from Stony Brook University with a minor is Jazz, and as a founding member of the university's big band, the "SBU Blowage," under the direction of legendary trombonist, Ray Anderso
Speaks Creole, Creole
Teaches students 4 and up
Teaching since 2006
Beginning students will begin studying from the book "Progressive Drum Grooves" by Craig Lauritsen which he/she will be required to have each lesson.
Although instructor will have drumsticks, brushes etc. students should carry them along for every lesson.
A drum set or practice pad will be a very crucial part in seeing growth from our lessons.
*** Studio Equipment ***
Standard sized 5 piece Mapex Drum Set with cymbals.
(2nd Kit) "ideal for young children"
Fusion sized Mapex drum set with cymbals. 18" bass drum
The lesson room also has a PA system for CD/MP3 player capabilities.
*** Travel Equipment ***
I can provide practice pad if needed. If student is learning the drum set they will need to supply for in-home lessons.
Hello, my name is Jerry and I've been teaching drums for over eight years! I teach various styles of music so whether you're interested in classical theory studies or like would play by ear I am able to teach new ideas and help develop a practice routine to meet your specific needs! In no time, you
B. A. in Music from Adrian College
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate
Teaching since 2015
Students will learn all key signatures and notes if not already solidified.
Students will become familiar with chords, chord progressions, and inversions.
Students will learn how to apply these to different styles of music and their historical significance.
If you are interested in learning the clarinet, you've come to the right place! I've loved the clarinet since I first laid eyes on it and love teaching and performing. Whether you're just learning your first notes or getting ready for a solo performance, we can work together to make practicing fun
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