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Rob S.

Camarillo, CA

I have played keyboard myself since the age of 7, and have played professionally for the past 40 years.

About Rob

Originally from Chicago, I attended Chicago Musical College for 2 years before moving to Calif. and receiving my B.A. in music from Cal. State Northridge. I also have an M.A. in Education from there. I have been a band director in public schools for over 40 years. My bands have won over 50 1st place awards in music competitions. I have been playing keyboard professionally since the age of 14. I truly enjoy working with both kids and adults on a one on one basis, and provide a relaxed and friendly, yet goal-oriented experience.

*** Lesson Details ***
In each lesson,students will work on te
chnique, music theory, and learn pieces (both from the method book and from supplementary material). I choose material for each student to use based on age, ability, and interest. I don't use a "one size fits all" curriculum. Although lessons are relaxed, I do expect students to do their part and work on the assigned materials at home. In addition,I enjoy playing along with students as soon as possible.

*** Studio Equipment ***
Music Room: upright piano, chair, sports memorabilia, room for parents to sit in on lesson

*** Travel Equipment ***
I expect students to provide instrument (except piano) and music (which I would select)

*** Specialties ***
Can teach any school band instrument and keyboard
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Kathy E. November 7, 2016
Accordion · In studio
Verified Student
I am coming right along in my lessons, making progress every week. It's due to Rob's approach, he's very easy to sit with and very easy going. He does a recital twice a year and I was very impressed with the rapport he has with his students and his program. Although I was very nervous about performing, it was the best thing I have done.
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Dennis L. September 29, 2016
Piano · In studio
Verified Student
Very patient and encouraging.
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Kathy E. July 19, 2016
Accordion · In studio
Verified Student
Rob was very cool. He Made me feel comfortable as i was a little nervous about The lesson & how it would go. I would reccomend him to anyone inter esteso in Accordion lessons.
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Rob S.

Rob S.

Camarillo, CA 93010
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starting at
$30 / 30-min
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Christopher C.

Camarillo, CA

Piano is my main instrument and the one I enjoy teaching the most. I think it is approachable, versatile, and immensely rewarding. I recommend piano lessons to anyone with an interest in music, as it is an amazing tool and perfect foundation for studying music.

IMPORTANT NOTE: My availability is very limited right now due to the amount of students I have, however please don't hesitate to message me requesting specific times that are currently unavailable -- I can often shuffle things around to accommodate different scheduling needs.

About Christopher

www.pianomancan.com

My name is Christopher, or Chris for short. I am a composer, arranger, pianist, vocalist, and private tutor. I have taught private lessons in classical and contemporary piano performance, vocal performance, guitar performance, music theory, and musicianship to local students for the past 10 years. I currently have 36 weekly students all over Ventura County. I attended CSUN'€™s school of music where I received my Bachelor'€™s of Music in Music Composition. My other experience includes teaching at 2 different music studios (Perry Music Studios and Brookyln's Conservatory of
Music), teaching Confirmation classes to teenagers at St. Jude'€™s Catholic Church, and teaching English to Japanese high school students through the Rotary Youth Exchange Program.

IMPORTANT NOTE: My availability is very limited right now due to the amount of students I have, however please don't hesitate to message me requesting specific times that are currently unavailable -- I can often shuffle things around to accommodate different scheduling needs.

*** Lesson Details ***
My philosophy when it comes to doing anything with music is that it should be fun! Whether you're practicing a piece, playing with a band, writing something new, or even learning music theory, music is primarily about enjoying yourself and the others around you.

The best way to ensure that you enjoy yourself is to learn what you want to learn and play what you want to play. In addition to a standard curriculum, I want you to tell me what kind of music you're interested in and what kind of pieces you want to play! Do you love classic rock? Do you love pop? Blues? Jazz? Folk tunes? Opera? Or maybe you're a fan of the classical masters? Whatever the case may be, my number one goal is to make sure you're having fun while you develop your new talents.

I'm comfortable teaching students as young as 7 years of age, although I can teach even younger if they are especially well-behaved.

*** Specialties ***
Classical, Blues, Jazz, Improv, Composition, Theory
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Hannah October 12, 2016
Piano · In home
Verified Student
Hannah loved her first lesson! She was really impressed with Christopher's teaching style.
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Sienna H. August 3, 2016
Piano · In home
Verified Student
Christopher Cohen is a first rate instructor. Our grandkids are learning how to play and loving every moment with Christopher. He has the skills to motivate and teach. He puts music in their hearts!! He is five stars.
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Audrey H. July 12, 2016
Piano · In home
Verified Student
Absolutely excellent. Christopher KNOWS how to teach children.
Totally motivating!
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Christopher C.

Camarillo, CA 93012
(5)
starting at
$50 / 30-min
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Anahit A.

Moorpark, CA

I believe that music instruction should be enjoyable, inspire creativity and match each individual's goals.

Teaching piano performance and theory. Students will be able to play simple songs after a few weeks. Teaching based on MTAC syllabus. Students have opportunity to participate in recitals and competitions.

About Anahit

Hi I've been teaching private lessons since 1995. I am possitive , ready to help beginners as well as intermediate or advance students with all different goals. Whether you are learning for fun, getting ready for the CM test, addition or an adult, learning a new skill you are in the right place! My students develop life long love for music. Please do not hesitate to schedule a lesson.

*** Studio Equipment ***
grand piano at private in home studio w/ seating for parents

*** Specialties ***
Deep knowledge of the theory and techniques required to perform classical as well as jass and pop
ular works of music.
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Savannah July 25, 2016
Piano · In studio
Verified Student
Very encouraging and positive with my young first time music student.
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Sue July 21, 2016
Piano · In studio
My son didn't start piano lessons until he was 12 years old. Miss Ana made it so comfortable for him he has never looked back and that was 3 years ago! She is patient and will call him out when she can see he has not been practicing or working on his theory, He does not want to disappoint her and so it works! She encourages students to reach their full potential and creates an environment that is fun and enjoyable.
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Amit July 18, 2016
Piano · In home
Ms. Ana is awesome!
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Anahit A.

Anahit A.

Moorpark, CA 93021
(5)
starting at
$35 / 30-min
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Liana B.

Westlake Village, CA

If you would like to learn the basics of music theory and piano technique while learning to play in a variety of styles, I can help! I am willing to work with you from the very beginning, or continue to work from method books you've already been working from. I'm definitely not strict, but I will work hard with you to help reach your goals!

About Liana

My name is Liana, and I am a freelance double bassist and music instructor working in the Greater Los Angeles Area. I have been playing music for nearly my entire life, starting on piano at the age of five and moving on to learn other instruments as the years progressed. I have performed with various orchestras, chamber groups, musical theater pit ensembles, jazz big bands and combos, and more. I also performed on double bass, ukulele, and as a vocalist as a member of Tenth Muse, on electric bass as a founding member of the group Polyhymnia, and have been featured on ukulele with the band Nobl
e Creatures. I currently work as a freelance bassist on various studio recording sessions and serve as the Vice President of the Board of the Westlake Village Symphony.

All lessons are incredibly flexible and are tailored to the students' needs, abilities, and goals! If you have a book you've already been working from and want to continue with, great! If you don't like working from a book at all, also great! I am by no means strict, but together we will work hard to you craft your technique to maximize your potential!

I look forward to the possibility of meeting and working with you!
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Chris November 21, 2016
Bass Guitar · In home
Verified Student
Liana is nice and knows her stuff.
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Lily P. August 27, 2016
Ukulele · In studio
Verified Student
Liana is a great teacher! She makes leaning easy and fun!
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Piper August 10, 2016
Online
Verified Student
Liana is enthusiastic,encouraging and very knowledgeable. She kept the lesson moving at a great pace and was super fun!
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Liana B.

Liana B.

Westlake Village, CA 91361
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starting at
$30 / 30-min
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John B.

Ventura, CA

30 years experience teaching at all levels
Classical Training with a BM, MM and DMA degree

About John

I have been a piano teacher and vocal coach since 1985.

I have a Doctorate in Collaborative Arts from the University of Southern California (1992)

I teach Collaborative Arts at the University of California Santa Barbara (since 2005)

I have been on the musical staffs of Opera Santa Barbara, Utah Festival Opera, Sarasota Opera, Los Angeles Opera, Fresno Opera, Opera Academy of California and Opera NEO as a pianist, coach and chorus master.
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John B.

John B.

Ventura, CA 93004
starting at
$45 / 30-min

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