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Mary Claire M.
Teaching since 2017
BA in music with concentrations in piano performance and composition from Xavier University
Awarded 2019 Marion Richter Composition Award from National Federation of Music Clubs
Mary Claire M.
Hi there! My name is Mary Claire M., and I am so excited that you are exploring piano lessons! You are embarking on an enriching and rewarding journey. My passion is accompanying you on that journey, helping you to discover your inherent musicality and to develop and appreciate its role in your life. I offer 30 or 60-minute piano lessons in an online or in-person format for youth and adults. During lessons with me, you can anticipate to gain knowledge of: reading, writing, and performing music; Baroque, Classical, Romantic, Contemporary, and other musical styles and genres; fundamental theory and analysis, history, listening, and music appreciation. I hope to hear from you soon!
About Mary Claire
Mary Claire M. grew up with seven siblings on a small farm in northwest Ohio. She began studying piano when she was eight years old and continued studying music at Xavier University in Cincinnati, Ohio. There, Mary Claire was awarded Xavier’s Presidential and McCauley Music scholarships and gradua
Teaching since 1984
Associate - Music from Southwestern
Teaches students 7 and up
You have discovered Steven B, a very good ukulele teacher!
He offers 30-minute, 45-minute, or 60-minute guitar lessons.
See special offer for learning two instruments. See family discount.
🎶 Some of Steven's students take lessons on two instruments. He has a family discount available! 🎵
You may take ukulele lessons:
- In Your Place Online - See Online Special
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- In Music Studio - With the public health issue, everyone shows proof of vaccination
Please note ♪ Steven is a phenomenal online music teacher! Also he has more availability for ukulele lessons online with you! 😀
Online Special - Free Webcam
You catch a quality free webcam! Steven has taught thousands of online music lessons. For 15 years, he has taught guitar online in places like New York, Virginia Beach, Florida, Carmel Valley, Hawaii, and college campuses. In Steven's studio, he uses multiple camera angles along with great audio coming from microphones. It feels exactly like ...
Steven B, Instructor PIANO - GUITAR - VOICE For over 30 years, Steven B has been successfully teaching hundreds of students on piano, guitar, and voice. He has over 60,000 hours experience as a teacher, musician, and performer. He teaches all styles, ages and skill levels. Beginners are most certa
Awarded Certificate of Distinction in Vocal Pedagogy from Boston Conservatory at Berklee
Master of Music in Voice Performance from Boston University
Teaches students 10 and up
Healthy singing is a multifaceted endeavor. It requires synergistic engagement not only between the vocal folds and vocal tract but also between the entirety of the body and the perceptive mind, regardless of genre or style. My teaching addresses and fuses each component of this pivotal trio comprising mind, body, and voice. The result will allow your instrument to find a newfound freedom of expression, progressively giving you the increased power and the agility to emote in a multitude of styles across the vocal spectrum.
Recognizing singing as a deeply individual experience, I am a fervent advocate of student empowerment. My job is to bestow you and guide you with the fundamental technical tools that you can then use to earn the gratification of becoming your own best teacher for whatever you desire to sing. Although I specialize in classical technique and employ it as a foundational anchor, my holistic approach is adaptable across the range of age, level, and style and can be ...
I have had a lifelong fondness for music, science, and the aesthetic expression of emotion through sound. My Master of Music degree in Vocal Performance from Boston University serves as a hallmark of my enduring performance background in opera, art song, chamber music, church services, choral repert
Teaches students 8 and up
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
BFA Musical Theatre from The Boston Conservatory
Interested in dance lessons? Carolyn began working professionally at 8 years old and has since appeared on stage, in national commercials, recorded voiceovers, and booked principal roles in both film and television. She earned her Bachelor of Fine Arts in 2011 from the Boston Conservatory, where she majored in musical theater with an emphasis in directing. With years of extensive dance training, she's had the opportunity to perform the original Broadway choreography in several major productions she has been a part of, her favorite being the tap spectacular "42nd Street." As an award winning choreographer, her pieces have been recognized nationally at dance competitions across the country.
Born and raised in New York, Carolyn began working professionally at 8 years old and has since appeared on stage, in national commercials, recorded voiceovers, and booked principal roles in both film and television. A graduate of the Boston Conservatory at Berklee College of Music (BFA Musical Theat
Teaches students 5 and up
BM Music Education from Belmont University
Teaching since 2009
I have been teaching and coaching musicians of all levels for 10 years. I have an undergraduate degree in music education, specializing in classical music, and a master's degree in performance, specializing in jazz and popular music.
Each student/musician has their own voice, their own unique way of creating the music they love. It is my goal to help each student find their voice, develop their skills, and help them continue on the lifelong journey of creating, learning, and experiencing music.
Hi! My name is Matt. I believe that everyone can learn and want to provide an open-minded, creative environment where musicians at any level can explore and discover something new about themselves through their personal music journey. I live in Nashville, TN and am an Adjunct Professor of M
Li-Han Eliza T.
Teaches students 4 to 90
Teaching since 2011
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
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I have experience with students of all ages and proficiencies. I teach online and in-person (at two locations in southern California). I am also a certified Suzuki teacher and diversity scholarship recipient. My teaching combines conservatory style and Suzuki style.
My background: I was awarded a DMA degree in Cello Performance at the University of Cincinnati–College Conservatory of Music on the Graduate Incentive Scholarship. My mentors include Yehuda Hanani (well-known for his critically acclaimed recording of J.S. Bach: Six Suites, TownHall Records) and Lee Fiser (cellist of the LaSalle Quartet, 1975—87). I was awarded of Music scholarship during her master's study at the North Texas of Music, under the instruction of Nikola Ruzevic (the director of the Upbeat International Music Festival, Japan). My cello journey began at the age of twelve. After two years of training, she took second place in the high-school cello division of the Eisenbach Music Competition in Kaohsiung, ...
About Li-Han Eliza
As a passionate educator, I have an extensive teaching background with over 10 years of experience working with musicians of all ages, skill levels, various countries. My belief is that every student has the potential to further their musicianship. I assist my students to achieve their individual go
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student in music education at Georgia State University. He may be the
most deeply musical person I have ever known. My sense was that,
though he was a performer of the absolute highest caliber, he was
equally passionate about teaching.
When I initially contacted Bill to schedule lessons, I explained that
I was visually impaired. I wanted to share this information with him
upfront in the event that he had questions or concerns about teaching
me. I remember him saying clearly, “I am aware of the possibilities.”
That was all I needed to hear to feel comfortable entering his studio.
Bill encouraged me to take on any challenge in the clarinet
literature that interested me. He used every possible metaphor he
could think of to communicate ideas that were more easily accessed if
you could simply look at the printed page. He was always warm and
friendly, but focused, never wasting one second of our time together.
Following my work with Bill, I attended The University of Michigan
where, though I was a music education doctoral student, I was
instantly welcomed into one of the clarinet studios. Bill’s creative
work with me played an enormous role in making that happen. Now, I am
a community college professor, teaching a variety of classes including
a studio class for instrumental music students. I often find myself
using the same examples Bill employed with me to help my current
students. I am profoundly grateful for his unyielding commitment to my
growth when I was a student of his."
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