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Teaches Beginner, Intermediate
Teaching since 2014
Teaches students 8 and up
Jordyn K.Book Now
I have experience teaching students of all ages, beginner through advanced. My lessons are engaging and productive - some would even say they had fun! Working together, we can improve your clarinet playing week by week. I am flexible in repertoire, meaning that if a student has pieces he or she wishes to play, we will make it a goal to achieve those pieces so that playing the clarinet is an enjoyable experience for each student.
I am a clarinetist currently pursuing my bachelor's degree in Clarinet Performance from Northwestern University in Evanston, IL. A student taking lessons from me should expect to improve their fundamental clarinet technique each week with scales, arpeggios, and technique exercises, depending on
Bachelor of Music- Vocal Performance from Millikin University
Teaches students 5 and up
Basic beginning ear training.
WHO ARE YOU? You are the future star of a Lin-Manuel Miranda show, if he would just write about your life for a change! You are a business owner whose voice is tired at the end of the day (*cough* singing lessons strengthen speaking *cough*) You're a player who's on the way to becoming a si
Speaks German, English
Teaching since 2012
Awarded Reno Jazz Festival Outstanding Musician Award from Peter Epstein
Being an active film composer and orchestrator, I will help bring your composing and arranging to the next level. I have had the pleasure of studying with some excellent composers and arrangers, some of which have been Emmy nominated for their works.
When studying composition or arranging with me, we will dive deep into classic works that you wish to study, in order to extract the parts that we like and help you create your own unique sound
Hello potential students! I have been teaching music for over eight years, and love teaching as much as music itself. As someone who started late (began drumming at age 16), and quickly progressed from complete (i.e. terrible) beginner to studying at nationally ranked CSU Northridge's jazz program,
Music from Columbia College Chicago
Teaches students 5 and up
Teaching since 2017
Whether you want to cover your favorite songs, write your own songs or just jam with friends, I can help provide you with all the tools and techniques you need to get there. I have 14 years of experience playing guitar, from jazz and ambient to rock and metal. I also have a Bachelor of Arts in Music degree and two years experience teaching students of different levels, ages and interests. There is no limit to what you can accomplish. Want to shred some sick solos? I'll work with you every week to help you get there. Want to play some Taylor Swift? No problem. Want to learn some jazz tunes, how to improvise and the music theory behind it all? Let's do it. I will tailor my lessons specifically to fit your needs, and make sure you get the most out of our time together. No matter what your desires are as a guitarist, I'll help you get there. Message me and let's get started!
I have had a strong passion for music ever since I was in elementary school. I started playing guitar at 11 years old, beginning with rock and alternative music. In high school I got into playing jazz and classical, and started my first band that I performed with consistently and wrote songs for. I
Speaks English, Hungarian
Bachelor Of Arts from Rutgers University
Teaching since 1991
I can help you to develop effective practice sessions and target your goals of becoming a better guitarist.
With a bachelor's degree in music from Rutgers University, I began teaching guitar over 20 years ago. I have recorded with Larry Coryell and many other artists over the course of my career. My teaching style is direct and to the point. We will go through all the necessary theory of music and apply
Speaks French, Italian
Teaching since 2009
Awarded Anna Marie Budde Award from Gettysburg College
The Opera Voice Track focuses on opera and classical art song repertoire. You'll study songs in Italian, German, and French, as well as English. Your repertoire will reflect the evolution of classical music, with pieces spanning opera history -- Renaissance, Baroque, Classical, Romantic, and Modern.
You will learn vocal technique to help you reach your singing goals! Some areas we may focus on include vowel shape, space, breath support, forward placement, register blending, muscle relaxation, and vocal anatomy.
My style of breath support focuses on mastery of the intercostal muscles, the muscles that expand and contract the ribs. By exercising these muscles, you can gain more control of your exhalation and breathe more efficiently!
Elizabeth P. is an operatic soprano and a private voice teacher. Raised in Pennsylvania by a family of accordionists, she resisted the family tradition and pursued her love of singing. She has since settled down in South San Francisco with her husband, John, and her cat, Bubby. Elizabeth teache
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William has a easy-going, comfortable and capable style of teaching. He is comfortable adapting to each student's wants and needs rather than forcing each student to follow the same lessons and learning path. He has taught the bagpipes to students from all walks of life and ages.
I've been very happy with his training. I'm looking forward to continuing my training with him, and would recommend him to beginners and experienced musicians alike."
Kelvin is not only an amazing, kind-hearted, smart and trustworthy person but he is also one of the best musicians I have seen around the Chicago area. I have been in the music business for most of my life having taken many violin and piano lessons from different people and Kelvin has to be the most patient musician I have collaborated with yet. I recommend Kelvin to anyone looking to learn to play music - young - and - old. He is extremely passionate about music and continuously never fails to inspire me."
As a guitar player, I rarely had to deal with the issue of explaining what my instrument was to people I met. Even non-musicians are generally familiar with the guitar and the many forms and shapes it takes. When I made the transition to playing the lute, however, this changed significantly, due in no small part to the odd-looking case that I have to carry the instrument around in. People will often ask me, “What is a lute?” In truth, the history of the lute is a long one and I often s …
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