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Speaks English, Spanish
Masters of Science in Nursing (MSN) from University of West Georgia
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate
First, we'll talk about your goals and what you want from the lessons. If you're a beginner, within the first few lessons, you'll be playing simple songs with both hands. I have been playing the piano since I was 6 and started teaching lessons at 16. I love teaching beginning and intermediate students. I typically use the Alfred books depending on age. I focus on a strong music theory foundation and solid practice techniques. We'll use audio and/or video recording to make sure you have an example to take home with you to practice with each session. I can't wait to meet you!
I have worked as a registered nurse for 29 years and have taught nursing in the academic setting for ten years. I love working one on one with nursing students and have been asked to tutor many times over the years. If you're struggling with ABGs, Maternal Newborn or just need help overall to pas
Teaches students 5 to 45
Teaching since 2019
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate
Kayelee A.Book Now
Hi! I am a recent graduate of Berklee College of Music and am a songwriter and vocal teacher. I have been trained in various vocal styles and have been studying voice for 17 years. I am able to train beginner to intermediate vocalists of all ages. I have worked with children and with special needs students. I have a background in Pop, Jazz, Classical, and Theatre. I am available for songwriting lessons and Berklee Audition training and prep if you are interested in applying!
I’m an artist/songwriter and recent graduate of Berklee College of Music. I graduated with a Bachelors degree in Music Business and have studied the voice for 17 years. Currently I have been working with creatives like dwilly (Mike Posner, Ty Dolla $ign, Wiz Khalifa), Miranda Glory (R3hab, Tujamo
Speaks English, French
Teaches students 5 and up
Awarded Dana School of Music Scholarship from Youngstown State University: The Dana School of Music
All ages are welcome! Viola is one of my secondary instruments and I would love to pass on my passion for music to my students. Students can expect to learn how to play the viola with proper technique in a way that is unique to each student. Students use the Suzuki books, Barbara Barber scale method, etudes and student requests in their lessons. Brynn’s students will also learn basic music theory, which includes reading notes, rhythms and key signature recognition for all major and minor keys. Students can also expect to improve their overall musicianship skills while earning audition skills and gaining overall confidence. I cannot wait to work with you.
Brynn is an experienced violinist with a Bachelor's of Music in Violin Performance from Youngstown State University. She has studied under the guidance of Professor Joseph Kromholz. She has been playing the violin for 13 years. She is classically trained but has experience performing other genres.
Speaks English, Japanese
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate
Entertainment Business M.S. from Full Sail
Music is about passion, creating a true connection between how your soul feels and how your body reacts. If you've got desire and drive, I have the necessary tools to help you focus and harness your passions, so you’ll learn valuable life skills, along with new ways of expressing yourself!
I will design a curriculum tailored to your goals, but will also create a solid foundation, allowing you to tackle any genre your heart desires.
**Drum set, Percussion, and Marching Drumline **
**Traditional and Match Grip**
**Music Theory: 40 Essential Drum Rudiments and how to utilize them**
**Learn to read music, and practice sight-reading**
** Rock, Pop, Jazz, Blues, extreme music (incl. double bass) and more**
** 30, 45 or 60 minute lessons **
In addition to my personal curriculum, I use these books:
- Stick Control (George Lawrence Stone)
- Groove Essentials (Tommy Igoe)
- Drum Aerobics (Andy Ziker)
I look forward to meeting you soon! Let's jam!
Growing up in a family with myriad different cultural backgrounds, I started early with an appreciation for a broad range of ideas and perspectives. Equally early I developed an immense love for music and sound, picking up drumsticks as my main means of expression. I worked as the Extreme Music
Speaks Spanish, English
Teaches students 5 to 90
Teaching since 1983
Over 20 years experience teaching Blues guitar. I enjoy teaching students Blues chord patterns, various picking styles, Blues scales, and how to accompany your voice on guitar, Blues style. I have played Blues guitar in bands for over 25 years, and many of my original songs recorded on 6 albums are Blues songs. Lessons are tailored to what students would like to learn. Have fun and progress quickly in lessons with me!
I have been a private studio teacher of piano, guitar, voice, violin for 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 University of Phoenix
Master of Music in Saxophone Performance from Peabody Conservatory
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Hi there! I am a classically trained saxophonist with a Masters from Peabody Conservatory and over 16 years of teaching experience. I tailor my lessons based on your interests and skill level, finding pieces you enjoy which challenge you. I can also give you a strong sense of the fundamentals, focusing on intonation, finger technique, vibrato and tone. Looking forward to hearing from you!
Welcome to online saxophone lessons! While studying with me we will focus on practice techniques to develop your speed, vibrato and intonation (one of the most important aspects of a good sound!) For students in grade school, lessons can help your skills in band class and in participation in solo a
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I have known Fawn since I was 6 years old. She came in replacing my other piano teacher who was very mean. I was Fawn her until age 19. She had me playing high level classical concerto pieces with in 4 years, with me being able to read and do them on my own. My family and I adore her. She is a wonderful, compassionate and inspiring person. She not only taught me piano, but songwriting on guitar and piano and gave me voice lessons-I even went into her recording studio and recorded the songs I wrote, that was a lot of fun! She also gave my father voice lessons. We all enjoyed her and considered her part of our family and still do, even though none of us take lessons any more. I have started teaching piano privately while going through college. Fawn taught me how to do that and how to be a good teacher. I admire her very much. She was part of my Bat Mitzvah and one of the people I chose to light a candle. I was thrilled when she was on the Billboard charts with Lady Gaga and Mariah Carey. She works harder than any one I know.
Today, I enjoy piano, voice and songwriting because of this wonderful person. She is so easy to talk to, always positive and is very thorough with music theory, sight reading and playing. She, herself has one of the most heartfelt touches on the piano that I have ever heard. I HIGHLY recommend her as a music coach. You will never regret taking lessons with Fawn."
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