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Teaches Beginner, Intermediate
B. A. in Music from Adrian College
All lessons are catered to the individual's needs and goals! We can go over the very beginning steps for the first time you pick up the clarinet all the way to refining your college audition. Clarinet history and terminology will be incorporated in lessons as the student is ready for it. Music theory will be incorporated for older students as they become ready to digest it and observe the bigger picture. Composition and arranging can be part of the learning experience if students express interest.
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 a
Speaks Spanish, English
Teaching since 1983
Teaches students 5 to 90
I am currently an actress and extra for Movie Work Now Casting based in Phoenix and have over 10 years acting experience in film and theater. I have been a vocal coach and actress for university and independent theaters in Montana and in Phoenix, Arizona. I also am a film and television composer, and work with publishers, music supervisors and recording engineers within the film and television industry. I can assist you with theater acting, film acting, improvisation, comedy, sound projection, staging, and film scoring. Have fun learning with me!
I have been a private studio teacher of piano, guitar, voice, violin, mandolin for over 30 years. I have taught band, orchestra, and choir in public schools for over 20 years, which enables me to teach many instruments and voice. I hold an ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE ENDORSEMENT, K-12, from Univers
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Awarded Framed plaque from Department of Homeless Services, Catherine Street Shelter, NY, NY
Fashion Design (with Freehand skills) is the art of sketching, drafting, cutting and making a garment to fit any body size without the need for a commercial pattern.
In freehand drafting, specific measurements are taken directly from the body and drafted on muslin or on the fashion fabric. Seam allowances and other intakes, depending on the style, are added to these measurements before cutting. After all pieces have been cut, various foundational sewing skills which must be acquired prior to attempting freehand sewing, are applied step-by-step in completing the garment. This is similar to Pattern Making and Construction.
** You can register for 10hrs (600mins) 2hrs a week for 5weeks and make custom clothes.
I am a fashion designer/instructor and former social worker. I am very patient with students and passionate about sewing. I get excited watching students build skills gradually from basic through advanced level techniques. Also, I am one of the few teachers in the country who teaches the exclus
Awarded George Bornoff Music Educator Scholarship from Foundation for Advancement of String Education
Bachelor in Music from Boston Conservatory
Have fun playing the cello! I emphasize beautiful tone and expressive playing. I am a patient teacher. Methodical yet flexible. All ages and levels!!
I am fascinated by the learning process, and I enjoy finding the most effective and enjoyable ways for each student to learn and practice. I have many years of experience teaching all ages and levels. My students have earned spots in orchestras such as the Cleveland Orchestra Youth Orchestra, the
Master of Music, Vocal Performance from University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Teaching since 1997
Ginger R.Book Now
I've been teaching music for over 20 years, but I believe that voice training and coaching is about YOU and the goals YOU want to achieve. Whether taking on a new style of singing, preparing for an audition, a role, a concert, or looking for ways to survive long rehearsals or speaking gigs; I can help you achieve your goals.
My clients bring me their challenges and upcoming projects. Together we assess how we can work together to make the largest impact.
A few common examples include:
• Finding an authentic and naturally free sound
• Gaining confidence
• Applying a specific technique to a new piece (ei: belt, speech quality, classical tone)
• Creating a dynamic character and communicating clearly in song
• Releasing tension in a specific range of the voice or passage in a piece
• Reigniting the joy in singing
There is no formula to how a coaching session should look. My goal is always for you to leave our session with a valuable nugget that gives you a sense of ...
I have a masters in vocal performance (classical voice and opera) and over twenty years of experience teaching voice, musical theatre, and ensemble singing. I work hard to create a safe space for experimentation, mistakes, and laughter- which is crucial for improvement and growth. There is no fo
Speaks Spanish, English
Bachelor of Music in Vocal Performance from CUNY Macaulay Honors College at Queens College
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate
I am a Bronx native professional opera-singer that has been studying singing for 10 years and playing piano since the age of 7. I have been teaching both voice and beginner to intermediate piano to all ages for five years throughout the Bronx, Manhattan, and Queens. My voice and piano lessons focus on developing a healthy technique, learning how to sight read, music theory, breathing exercises, acting, and having fun. I teach all genres and can help with audition preparation. My credits include getting students into competitive music schools including Fiorello H. LaGuardia High School and Talent Unlimited High School.
Audiences throughout the U.S. have heard Ecuadorian and Puerto-Rican Mezzo-Soprano Linda Collazo at venues including Carnegie Hall, the United Nations, Lincoln Center, the United Palace Theater, and Repertorio Español, as well as in theaters throughout Europe. Described as having a voice that is �
She Is very patient and will work at your pace; a trait I did not find in my previous teachers. I absolutely recommend you at least sign up for her free consultation - you have nothing lose!
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