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Teaches students 8 and up
Masters of Science, Electrical & Computer Engineering from Drexel University
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I believe that drumming is a universal practice for joy, health, communication and discipline available for anybody...any age...any brain...any body.
I enjoy helping other people find the groove within them, strive to improve, and adapt their drumming regimen to make "the work" of drum practice feel more like the "play" of sport and meditation ... fun, free, and refreshing
7+ years teaching college-level creative and performance technology as a professor in multiple Philadelphia institutions: - Temple University: Boyer college of Music and Dance - Drexel University: Westphal college of media - Art Institute of Philadelphia: Audio Production program Drumming for ove
John Henry J.
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Teaching since 2010
John Henry J.
Professional Teacher and performer with over 10 years of experience. Highly advanced at all forms of guitar playing on Acoustic, Electric, and Classical Guitar. John Henry will take your goals and form a specialized lesson plan for your needs. As an expert, John Henry will make sure you learn whatever techniques you need for long term success with specific instructions and guidance for your day to day practice to allow you to thrive!
About John Henry
John Henry Johnson is a virtuoso guitar player and an experienced teacher. From the age of 13 he has been constantly pursuing the mastery of the guitar in it’s three most common forms, electric, steel string, and classical. Having musical influences ranging from Pachelbel to Van Halen, His music
Teaches students 7 and up
Creative Writing from Louisiana State University
I like to make learning an instrument fun and easy to fit into your schedule!
If you're an adult finally getting around to learning your dream instrument or a child following your passion of playing music I tailor your lessons specifically to you. We look at what you want to play, pick specific songs that you want to learn, and learn the techniques you need to play these songs. It sounds simple, but it's so effective and much more fun to learn this way!
Hi! I'm Grant! And it would be my pleasure to be your music instructor. I teach all of the fretted string instruments: Guitar | Banjo | Mandolin | Bass | Ukulele I structure my lesson plans specifically around what you want to learn and how you want to learn it. We will go as slow or fa
Speaks French, Spanish
Teaches students 5 and up
BA, Human Development from Pacific Oaks College
The voice is our first instrument, and accordingly, our most natural one to express the creative impulses of our soul. However, there are several challenges we need to overcome in order to make it really shine.
The first is that we hear our own voice differently than others hear it - from "inside our head." So it takes some practice to learn different ways of hearing ourselves. The second challenge is that most music doesn't happen in isolation, but with other people's involvement. So unless you plan to sing "a capella" (without instrumental accompaniment) and just for your own enjoyment, you need to learn how to relate what you sing to other sounds. This requires a good deal of practice and it is certainly easier with the help of a skilled teacher to help you learn not only what to listen for, but how to control your voice to make it do what you want.
Then there are technical refinements like breath control, articulation, intonation, projection, resonance, ear training, etc.
COVID-19 Update: I'm starting to resume in-person lessons for students who have received full COVID vaccinations, using proper safeguards of masks and social distancing. Please check with me for details. I will continue teaching lessons online, using the TakeLessons app or through your web browser
Teaches students 5 and up
Teaching since 1995
I can critique and help to improve live performance.
I'm a professional bass player in Austin Texas, the Live Music Capital of the World. At one time or another I've played just about every style of music, and I have more than a decade of teaching experience. I love 'opening doors' for students, helping them understand how music works and how they can
I play left-handed, and he is the first teacher to not hassle or try to sway me to be anything but me.
He has been playing 40+ years, and proven his commitment through study which culminated in graduating from the Bass Institute in Los Angeles. He brings a level of both scholastic and practical knowledge which is well worth the price of admission.
Rob is going to provide a level of knowledge and personalized coursework that is absolutely not going to be had elsewhere. Due to my location, we conduct the lessons online. I will say it has not been a hinderance. I started lessons with tempered expectations, but Rob has continually gone above and beyond.
Anybody looking to deep-dive into the culture, craft, and practice of playing bass would be extremely well served to seek out Rob.
Speaks French, Latin, Italian, German, IPA
Teaches students Male: 14 to 80; Female: 12 to 80
Doctor of Musical Arts-Voice Performance from University of Kansas, Lawrence
All styles of singing are studied here. What would you like to work on first?
Stanford F, has a national reputation as a bass-baritone singing classical and musical theater. As a master voice teacher, he is also the author of the well-known book on vocal technique, "Beautiful Singing: A Singer's Guide to Improving the Voice". He is currently on the voice faculty at the Univer
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My partner is using Rinat as a way to learn hebrew to prepare for future entry into a rabbinical program. This is also helping them to deepen their own jewish identity as a jew from an interfaith family where jewish education and experience wasn't always front and center.
Glad to have Rinat in our lives and happy to see all the progress my partner is making. Lessons with Rinat make them glow with happiness."
When I moved from Russia to US in 2011, my English was at beginner’s level and I desperately needed to start speaking this language as soon as possible: especially for my job but also for my every day life.
I tried to take some ESL classes at local colleges and also study with a tutor but it did not work very well. Instead I became more afraid of making mistakes or saying something not correctly. I was frustrated and started to think that I am just not made for learning new languages.
I heard about Roman from my colleague who did intensive French language program designed and taught by mr. Nam. So he told me that Roman also teaches ESL. I decided to give it a try.
After three months of classes with Roman my English improved so much! From the beginning of classes I started to feel so motivated and everything was explained in really simple way. I don’t really understand how Roman was doing this but every class and even every homework was so interesting and so fun to do. I loved to hear myself speak English better and better. I started to use my english in any situation and I felt so confident.
Now, after four years living in US my English is much better but i know that the most important step in my progress was the program I did with Roman and I am very thankful for all his help."
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