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About Christine C.

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Camp Hill, PA

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About Christine
Christine has been teaching private voice and piano lessons since 2005 and is currently available to teach lessons at Camp Hill Church of God. Christine has helped students of all ages pursue their love of music and develop their skills and education for many years. She loves teaching students in all music styles and finds that relating to them with the music that they love and incorporate it into what they are learning helps them understand and appreciate what they're learning even more.

Christine received a degree in Honors Vocal Performance in 2005. As an expert in her field, Christine looks forward to helping new students achieve their goals.Christine's teaching style is fun, educational and stress-free. She finds that students learn the best when they feel comfortable and are able to experiment with music in a relaxed environm
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Franklin B. July 31, 2018
· Singing · In studio
My granddaughter loves Christine and she is learning a lot from what I see. Christine knows our goals and is helping Reilyn achieve them. I know several others that have been in singing lessons and most never liked their instructor but that is not the case with Reillyn. So we are very pleased and will continue
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Reilyn B. July 2, 2018
· Singing · In studio
Reilyn loves Christine and that is 75% of a successful lesson
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Thomas April 5, 2018
· Piano · In studio
Great instructor. She's going to let me go at my own pace. It looks like this is going to work out perfectly.
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Christine C.

Christine C.

Camp Hill, PA 17011
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About Nikita B.

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Palmyra, PA
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Hello!
My name is Nikita and I am a violin, viola and guitar instructor with 13 years of teaching experience. I work with international students of all ages at every skill level. So I am fully committed to the entire range of musical education.
Have you been contemplating professional music lessons? You have found the right teacher! I acquired a Master’s Degree in the St. Petersburg State Music Conservatory of Russia. For over 20 years of my musical study and career I was not only teaching, but successfully performing in numerous concerts and recitals as a solo/chamber ensemble/symphony orchestra performer. I am also a recipient of various awards for republic and international competitions, amongst which are the V International Competition, Ukraine, and XXXIII Republic Competition, Kazakhstan.
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nteresting and fun? You’re right! For the best results you need to enjoy the entire process. That is why my lessons are always easy to understand, interesting and fun.
I would love the opportunity to assist in your growth and development in the musical arts and remember… you’re never too young or too old to start!!!
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Aubrey August 10, 2018
· Violin · Online
Nikita is a great violinist and teacher! I am studying violin in college right now and wanted a teacher to help me progress during my summer break. I really appreciated how he started with where I was at and built upon that. I highly recommend him to any violinist whether you're just starting out or are an advanced player, he can help you progress and reach your goals.
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Sherry Ann July 1, 2018
· Violin · In studio
I have been taking lessons from Nakita for a month. It is very enjoyable and fun. He will teach you technique and you will feel very capable and encouraged. He is very patient and kind.
I play piano and recently decided I'd like to learn the violin. I feel lucky to have found Nakita....He is excellent!!!
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Alice June 16, 2018
· Viola · Online
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Nikita B.

Palmyra, PA 17078
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About Christina S.

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North Miami Beach, FL

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Hello I'm Christina and I would love to be your voice teacher. I have loved singing and all kinds of artistic ways since I was a child. I went on to study in college singing and performance, its the most enjoyable thing in the world to me. It would be a pleasure for me to bestow the love of music to a student.
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Christina S.

Christina S.

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About Donna I.

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Dover, PA

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After studying violin, (strings, cello), and piano in Boston, at New England Conservatory with Eric Rosenblith as well as Robert Soetens in France, I have been fortunate to enjoy nearly twenty years of teaching violin and piano students. I have earned a BS and MS degrees.

I believe all my students should enjoy music and lessons so students learn enjoyable music from the first few lessons.

For the younger students I use Music Mind Games training to enhance the lesson experience.

My professional violin experience includes performances with many orchestras including a ten-year member of the Chattanooga Symphony, Chattanooga Opera Orchestra, and the New Art Trio, Charleston Symphony, Savannah Symphony and chamber orchestras and ensembles in the Savannah, Chattanooga and Richmond areas. My experience also includes performances with R
ichmond Symphony in Richmond, VA, Virginia Symphony in Norfolk, VA, Dover Delaware Symphony as well as performance venues in the Pennsylvania area.
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Memphis S. August 18, 2017
· Violin · In home
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Donna I.

Donna I.

Dover, PA 17315
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$35 / 30-min

About Nick V.

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Shippensburg, PA
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About Nick
If you were to talk to my family, you would inevitably hear stories about how I received a First Act electric guitar starter set as my first instrument, with the intention to see if I would actually take to it. In the same breath, you would also likely hear about how, at the age of 13 I would play for 6 hours a day on average. It probably didn't do much for my social life, but it would come in handy, when 5 years later, fresh out of high school, I made contact with a small local guitar shop and subsequently made the primary point of contact for whenever inquiries came in for lessons. While I still work very closely with this shop, I have since established an independent business dedicated to a suite of guitar-related services, not limited to instruction, but also expanded to include minor repair, and maintenance services. These are skills
I now offer after having developed the ability to do so experimenting with my own instruments and refining my process to ensure a well playing guitar every time.

I consider myself lucky to be able to make guitar such a large part of my life, to the point where I am able to make a living doing so, as well as playing in a band playing original music on my downtime. As a side note, unrelated to guitar, I consider myself fairly well rounded, with other interests including lifting and PC gaming, which incidentally, the equipment I currently possess now will facilitate my ability to provide video lessons, streaming guitar info-sessions, and gear demos as well in the very near future. I am not a touring musician, and I will not try to sell you based on who I've played with, only what I know. I like to think that I can provide a learning experience from an every day perspective, that you will hopefully find relatable and enjoyable, regardless of where you are in your guitar playing.
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Mary August 25, 2017
· Guitar · In studio
Our son Jonathan has been taking guitar lessons from Nick for the past year and a half. It was his first time playing guitar and Nick is an excellent teacher. We can see weekly progress thanks to Nick. Nick works with him to improve his skills and to take on more challenging pieces that are outside of his comfort zone. We are very happy with Nick and would recommend him to all.
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Mike August 25, 2017
· Guitar · In studio
Nick has been teaching my son for the past 18 months or so. Prior to his first lesson William had never touched a guitar so everything he has learned is attributable to Nick. The progress has been off the charts! Nick motivates him to improve, practice and to take on more challenging pieces that are outside of his comfort zone. Can't say enough about Nick's approach and dedication to his students! Recommend him to all!
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Nick V.

Nick V.

Shippensburg, PA 17257
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Chicago, IL
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Max Bessesen is a performer, teacher and composer based in Chicago, IL. His skills as a saxophonist and woodwind doubler have taken him across North America, Europe, South America, Africa, the Middle East and Asia and earned him awards from organizations including Downbeat Jazz Magazine, the US Embassy and the Frank Huntington Beebe Fund. The first jazz musician ever to receive a grant from the Beebe Fund, Max spent 2016 in Chennai, India researching the rigorous and systematic South Indian Classical system and applying this knowledge to the music of the African Diaspora.

Max has had the pleasure of preforming with such jazz icons as Ingrid Jensen, Ambrose Akinmusire, Dayna Stephens, Billy Drewes, Abraham Laboriel, and Allison Miller among others. In addition to his jazz work Max has recorded and performed with musicians from the pop and
world music realms including The Fray, Simone Shaheen, and Gonzalo Grau. Max currently holds degrees in Jazz Saxophone Performance and Law & Society from Oberlin where he studied with Gary Bartz, Eddie Henderson, and Billy Hart. He performs regularly with his working band Echoes.
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Pete December 3, 2017
· Saxophone · In studio
Highly recommended. Max has plenty of musical knowledge and knows how to pass it along in a way students can understand. He's an effective, enthusiastic, encouraging teacher, and an all-around good guy. He's serious about his craft, yet still calm, cool, and relaxed. Take your sax playing to the Max.
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Sofia November 18, 2017
· Saxophone · In studio
Max was a very positive and supportive teacher. I really appreciated that he took what I wanted to improve on and found things that would help me with that.
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Marius H. August 17, 2017
· Saxophone · In home
Very patient instructor.
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Max B.

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About Eugene I.

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Mechanicsburg, PA

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Greetings!

I love performing music, and it is my passion to teach others the same. I consider music to be a vibrant language rather than a mere set of notes. And it would be my distinct pleasure to journey through music together with you!

I had been introduced to music basically at birth. Both my parents were active performing musicians at the time as well as deeply immersed in music production. My first piano scale was taught by my father at the age of 3, and the first little tune I played with left-hand accompaniment was taught by my mother when I was 6. Growing up, having various musicians in our home was a usual sight. Surrounded by so many talents, I played piano by ear and improvised more and more. I began formal piano training at the age of 7. Since then, both piano and theory have gone hand in hand with me.

At age 14, I b
egan to seriously study conducting and voice. Since then, this has always been part of my passion. I have had great experiences learning from great music professors from prominent cities in other countries. I have also been very fortunate to have hands-on teaching experiences at various musical festivals and seminars.
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Ananomous July 6, 2018
· Music Theory · In studio
Eugene is an amazing teacher in music theory and harmony. He is very patient! I learned so much in a short period of time, and really enjoyed the lessons. He had precise explanations and a sense of humor too :)
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Anonymous June 29, 2018
· Music Theory · In studio
Great teacher! Highly recommend
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Ananomous June 28, 2018
· Conducting · In studio
Had a great experience learning from Eugene! He is knowledgeable, kind, super talented, and extremely patient! Will definitely recommend to anyone
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Eugene I.

Eugene I.

Mechanicsburg, PA 17055
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About Mahalia J.

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About Mahalia
I am a classically trained vocalist who graduated with B.A in Music Education from Bethune-Cookman University. I have sung in a professional level ensemble and toured overseas.

I will help students to develop confidence in their instrument, therefore maximizing their potential. We will tailor each lesson to fit the students needs as well as goals. You will learn techniques that will help you to cross genres.

I encourage my students to regularly use their talents. This will exercise their confidence and help them gain exposure all while developing their skills.

I also teach sight singing, ear training and performance etiquette. I ma looking forward to embark on this journey with you. As you make room for our gifts/skills/talents, they will make room for you!
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Mahalia J.

Mahalia J.

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About Valentin P.

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New York, NY
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Bulgarian-American bass Valentin has sung extensively throughout the world in the most challenging bass roles.He has appeared all over his native Bulgaria and on the opera, concert and recital stages of Germany, Austria, Italy, Mexico, Canada, Ireland, Poland, and the United States. Recommended by Gian Carlo Menotti, Valentin came to U.S. to join The American Opera Center in The Juilliard School of Music.

In 2000 Valentin was named a principal artist for the Metropolitan Opera, and has made regular appearances on the stages of New York City Opera and New York's Carnegie Hall.

Formally trained as a pianist and composer, Valentin won numerous competitions and awards, including Gold Medal for superior achievment in vocal performance, Misha Popov Award for vocal excellence from the Bulgarian National Conservatory, American Opera Auditi
ons, Luciano Pavarotti Competition, The Sullivan Foundation, The Olga Forrai Foundation.

Valentin's work extends beyond performing. He was Chair of the Arts and Culture Festival of Sophia 2010 and part of the International Headquarters Council. He is in the Advisory Committee of the Olga Forrai Foundation. As an educator and supporter of vocal talents Maestro Valentin established “The Valentin Vocal Studio” in New York City and contributed with his vocal expertise to “pierStudios” in Manhattan. Valentin is also the Founder and the Artistic Director of Vocal Productions NYC Corp, Vocal Pursuits LLC and Vocal Productions Bulgaria. He continuously keeps helping young talents by regularly giving Masterclasses and Master Courses for all vocal genres around the world.

He makes his home in New York City.
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Valentin P.

Valentin P.

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$167 / 30-min

About Coyote E.

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Baltimore, MD
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I've been a passionate musician since a young age, starting on violin in fourth grade and beginning to self-teach guitar around the same time. I've always been a dedicated multi-instrumentalist, preferring to learn principles and theory that I can bring to any instrument in any style. It's not just playing music that fascinates me, it's the entire process and inner workings of musical art.
I majored in Music at Goucher College, playing in their classical and jazz ensembles while taking a primary focus on theory and composition. I spent some time there teaching, music and otherwise, as a Supplemental Instructor for music theory classes and a tutor in the Writing Center. I deeply enjoy the process of spreading knowledge, and I feel that it's the most valuable thing I can do with the skills I've gained.
I have complete confidence in
common-practice classical theory and standard jazz theory, as well as knowledge of set theory and tone rows and extensive experience analyzing and working within the twelve-tone harmonic space. Of course, if that all sounds complicated and intimidating, I can scale it way, way back, starting with your level of theory knowledge and working from there. I take pride in being able to explain musical concepts in a clear and perceivable way, even if you don't know any of the weird fancy terms you hear music people using. In our lessons, I'd like to either start working with something you've already started or immediately start working on a piece collaboratively. I don't believe there's a way to meaningfully study theory and songwriting without, you know, writing a song. There may well be exercises involved, but they'll always be in service of something you want to learn to do. I use a student-led approach to instruction, where I talk with you about the progress you're trying to make, then look for what I can offer to facilitate that. In general, I won't know what our lessons will consist of until I meet you and find out!
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Coyote E.

Coyote E.

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