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About Christina M.

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Haskell, NJ
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About Christina
Greetings! My name is Christina and I am a recent Rutgers University graduate with a double major in both music and economics. I have had over 12 years of private training in piano, with additional experience in violin, orchestra, choir and various performance-related events. Over the years I have studied with numerous pianists and incorporated many different methods and techniques that have greatly influenced my own teaching. I have been teaching music lessons to both children and adults since high school, and am comfortable teaching any age. I do believe that a solid foundation in any i
nstrument begins with music theory, and it is something I incorporate little by little into each lesson; however, it is very important to me that the learning process be enjoyable, and I strive to make each lesson as fun, inspiring, and exciting as possible!

*** Lesson Details ***
Curricular rigor is chosen to fit the needs of each individual student, depending on whether the student is preparing for the challenges of a conservatory, or simply learning for recreational needs.
For beginners, I often refer to both the Faber and Music Tree curriculum. However, I am flexible and open to requests from students, since my goal is for students to learn, advance and enjoy the overall experience.

*** Studio Equipment ***
home studio--- upright kawai

second studio---travel from home

room for parents to sit

*** Travel Equipment ***
Keyboard provided.
Student is expected to provide a piano

*** Specialties ***
Focus is primarily on Classical Piano and Music Theory.
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Lisa V. September 21, 2016
· Piano · In studio
I had a great experience for my first lesson with Christina. She is very patient and makes the learning experience very easy. I highly recommend her.
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Laura S. September 16, 2016
· Piano · In studio
My 5 year old daughter left her first piano lesson with Christina excited and motivated to learn how to play!! I couldn't be happier!!
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Isabella August 19, 2016
· Piano · In studio
Christina does a great job and my daughter really looks forward to her lessons!
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Christina M.

Christina M.

Haskell, NJ 07420
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About Brenda B.

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Wyckoff, NJ

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About Brenda
Hello, my name is Brenda! It is nice to meet you.

I have been teaching private lessons for over a decade, and have my B.M. in Music Education from William Paterson University. I was a voice major and flute/piano double minor, and I just completed my Masters of Music in Performance with the Opera Institute at Mason Gross School of the Arts at Rutgers University.

Although I do work with students of all ages, I specialize in working with younger children and retired adults!

I teach voice, flute, piano, and clarinet, and have experience teaching in both individual and group settings. I a
lso work on audition and performance preparation, do speech/accent work and more. I am constantly studying different teaching methods so I can develop a custom program that best fits your learning styles and incorporates what you already know, with what you will need to learn in order to achieve your goals.

**if you need a particular time slot or one not listed on my availability I will do my best to accommodate your needs**

*** Lesson Details ***
Whether you want to play flute, clarinet, sing, act, or learn to play piano, I am here to help you become the best musician you can be. Classically trained, I also work with the styles of musical theatre, pop, rock, and jazz. I can teach you the proper techniques, posture, and breathing necessary to perform to the best of your ability and teach you how to utilize your full lung capacity to extend phrasing length and dynamic range. I will also help you learn to read and write music. Together, we will keep a log to track your progress lesson to lesson. This will also help you keep a record of the steps you are taking to obtain and achieve your goals and dreams.

*** Specialties ***
Young and beginner students.
Senior & Retired students
Students with special needs.
Performance techniques.
Audition preparation
Speech techniques (public speaking/voice-overs, etc.)
Bel Canto technique.
Life coaching!

"I would teach children music, physics, and philosophy; but most importantly music, for in the patterns of music and all the arts are the keys of learning" ~Plato
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Sathish May 7, 2017
· Improv Acting · Online
She is very polite and talented!!
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Maureen February 16, 2017
· Piano · In home
Brenda has been teaching my 7-year-old piano for 2 years.
She is prompt, polite and professional.
She is a great teacher and he has really learned a lot. He loves sports but I never have to fight with him to practice piano.
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Eddie T. January 21, 2017
· Classical Piano · In home
great. brenda is so friendly and positive
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Brenda B.

Wyckoff, NJ 07481
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About Gabrielle A.

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Spring Valley, NY

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A violinist is a musical knight: the round shield which once protected the heart has become a sound-resonating violin, the linear sword a bow, yet the fundamental gestures are the same. The active right directs according to linear rules, the left spirals inwards.

Dear Student,

My name is Gabrielle A. I am French, in my mid-twenties, and hold a MA in education. Simple, to the point, confident, smiling and fun, I engage quickly and well with those around me.

While teaching a standard violin apprenticeship curriculum, I approach the instrument from the perspective of movement: what qual
itative gesture is at play behind a particular stroke or fingering?

Imagine playing violin according to lines of force, directions and qualities of movement between the right and the left! Musical sound, and its higher sibling tone, are born from the qualitative interplay between right and left meeting in the human chest.
By inwardly experiencing the instrument as a threefold instrument (violin, bow and violinist) we can step away from the view that the violin is 'somewhere out there', a foreign object to be more or less painfully mastered.

I believe that as instrumentalists we ourselves are a part of the tone we produce.
I will therefore look with you at the kinesiology behind a correct posture and encourage you to experience the playing process as a circle between the violin, the bow and the violinist.

I hope to hear from you, meet you, and work with you!

Yours sincerely,
Gabrielle
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Athbah May 25, 2017
· Violin · Online
Gabrielle was Fantastic!
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Sophia and Daniel B. May 5, 2017
· French · Online
Amazing teacher, my kids were very reticent taking French lessons but Gabrielle won them over with her engagement and humor! Strongly recommend.
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Ramin B. April 1, 2017
· French · Online
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Gabrielle A.

Gabrielle A.

Spring Valley, NY 10977
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About Stephen K.

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Mahwah, NJ

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My name is Steve and I cant wait to meet you! I've been playing guitar for 4 years and teaching for the last 2! Currently, I am playing guitar for singer/songwriter aReJay Ella while studying jazz under guitarist Jack Broad. I love helping people expand their love for music and being creative all while improving drastically on their instrument. My lessons are meant to be goal oriented and non stressful. Whatever your goal as a musician may be, I can help you achieve it in the most natural, fun way! I hope to hear from you soon and look forward to helping you reach your goals!
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David B. May 11, 2017
· Guitar · In home
Very helpful. Kids enjoyed the lesson.
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Gene January 17, 2017
· Guitar · In home
Great first lesson!
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Avery January 16, 2017
· Guitar · In home
Stephen was awesome! He was on time, friendly, and covered a lot in the first lesson. Highly recommended teacher!
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Stephen K.

Stephen K.

Mahwah, NJ 07430
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$30 / 30-min

About Stefanie P.

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Monroe, NY

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My name is Stefanie Proulx and I am a flutist in the New York City area, currently pursuing my master's degree at SUNY Purchase. I recently graduated from the University of Delaware with degrees in flute performance and sociology. I have been playing flute for 14 years, and have experience teaching elementary aged students, and amateur adult flutists. I have much experience playing piccolo, as well as alto and bass flutes.

At the University of Delaware, I was principal of both the Wind Ensemble and Symphony Orchestra, and also regularly played with the Chamber Orchestra for the opera theat
re. With the UD Wind Ensemble, I had the privilege to travel to Taipei, Taiwan for the 2015 International Concert Band Festival. I was also regularly hired to play for the Master Player's Concert Series.

An avid chamber musician, I was a member of the Nota Bene Wind Quintet for three years, and a flute and harp duo for two years. My passion lies with contemporary and new music, although I love working on pieces of all genres. I also enjoy playing in pit orchestras for musicals and operas, and will often double on clarinet and saxophone.

I am able to teach at my home, at my school, or online -- whatever works best for you! My schedule is highly flexible and subject to change. I am more than willing to work with you to find the most convenient time! Whether you are a beginner or a more advanced player, I would love to share my knowledge and experience with you and help you reach your goals!

During lessons I am able to provide:
-Music stand
-Copies of Etudes and Exercises
-Repertoire Scans
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Teresa April 1, 2017
· Flute · In home
Stefanie is a great flutist and a wonderful teacher! She is very kind, patient and explains with a lot of details. Highly recommended!!
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Ken April 1, 2017
· Piccolo · In studio
I highly recommend Stefanie. She is an excellent flute/piccolo and woodwind player and I learned a lot from her.

When I arrived for my first lesson she already had appropriate material ready for me. Her knowledge of the instrument was such that she could focus in on specific areas of my playing that needed work. She also has broad knowledge of the repertoire and was able to recommend both exercises and solos that would be appropriate for me to work on. She also is pleasant and personable. I enjoyed my lessons with her.
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Stefanie P.

Stefanie P.

Monroe, NY 10950
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$25 / 30-min

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