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Teaching since 1978
Drum Set: Jazz, Blues, Rock, Pop, Country Western and World Music.
Originally from New York City, I started playing drums when I was 10 years old and studied with studio/Broadway drummer Roger Mancuso. After graduating from Ohio University, I studied and was managed by the famous studio drummer/author Gary Chester. As a full-time working musician I have played on m
Teaches students 5 and up
Teaches Elementary, Middle School, High School, College
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Hello. I majored in mathematical economics at Oberlin College with a 3.5 GPA. I can help with all sorts of curriculum, from econometrics, macroeconomics, statistics, microeconomics, game theory, and financial derivatives.
I'm 27 years old, work a full-time computer job, and live in Polaris, Ohio in a cozy apartment near the Polaris mall. I have experience tutoring since High School, with emphasis on piano, economics, and mathematics. In my spare time, I enjoy exercising, hiking, visiting parks, and watching TV shows/
Teaching since 2004
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate
She wanted to share her gift of music with others and started teaching piano lessons when she was 17. Lydia was hired on as a teacher with a local professional music company and worked there for 4 years. During that time she continued her education and received the necessary training on how to effectively teach students of any age.
Lydia started her musical journey at age 8 with piano and later adding harp when she was 12. She wanted to share her gift of music with others and started teaching piano and harp lessons when she was 17. Lydia was hired on as a teacher with a local professional music company and worked there for 4
Speaks Spanish, French, Italian, German
BM in Vocal Performance from The Ohio State University
Teaching since 2001
Play Mozart, Kabelevsky, Chopin, Clementi, and Joplin. Learn the Classics and much more. I utilize the Faber Piano Adventures Method, Hanon, and follow the student's interests for supplimental material. Come learn proper technique and have fun.
Brad has specialized in Vocal Performance developing talent and technique for the likes of Miss Ohio 2001, Touring Professionals, Karaoke Singers, and Conservatory Students. He has a large range of interest and ability in the Musical and Theatrical Arts and has performed with Cantari Singers, Columb
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
BM in Piano performance from University of Cincinnati College Conservatory of Music
Yihan Z.Book Now
I hated piano when my parents first started me, I was secretly hoping that one day something terrible would happen to my piano so that the teach never had to come teach me and made me practice like a hamster on the spinning wheel ever again… After years of struggling and lots of tears, I quit.
Little did I know that I would rediscovered that giant instrument in my teen years, falling hopelessly in love with classical music that later I became a professional pianist… I traveled around playing concerts for years, I’ve always enjoyed sharing my passion of music with people, but I couldn’t stop wondering, why did I hated piano so much when I was young? What if my first piano teach didn’t push me too hard? What if there’s a better way to learn piano…etc. Those questions led me to this ultimate idea: maybe I can be a better teacher for what I’ve gone through.
I started full time teaching in 2018 as a piano instructor at Westminster Conservatory. Piano was secondary instrument for most
I used to be a full time concert pianist before I started teaching, I was lucky enough to be able to give concerts and recitals at some of the most beautiful halls in the world, including Carnegie Hall in New York City, Walt Disney concert hall in LA, Lewis art center in Princeton NJ, Beijing Concer
Speaks Montenegrin (Serbo-Croatian), Italian, Spanish
Master's Degree from IU Jacobs School of Music
Teaches students 5 and up
I am a professional cellist with years of performing and teaching.
I attended the Jacobs School of Music for my undergraduate and masters' degrees and was a graduate teaching assistant. I also received my Stott Pilates Teaching Certification while at IU and incorporate postural alignment into my teaching. I have Suzuki certification and work on a strong technical foundation, which both facilitates performing and frees us up to explore non-traditional techniques and other genres.
Most importantly, I strive to nurture the love and passion for music and cello and I am here to help you achieve your musical goals.
I teach cellists of all ages and abilities and tailor the lesson to the individual. Lessons include standard repertoire, and if requested, non-traditional styles as well. I have experience with solo repertoire, orchestra, chamber music, and folk music, and can help you develop your ear and even sing
She inspires me to work hard toward my next lesson.
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