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Teaching since 2000
Teaches students 5 and up
Master of Arts in Music Education from Philadelphia University of the Arts
Learn to read, write and perform on the piano. Play simplified versions of your favorite songs while making your way through Alfred's basic piano library. Using software, I create recordings of my students exercises; students experience an enjoyable way to practice and develop their skills playing along with recordings. These recordings are made and adjusted specifically for each learner. The software allows me to tailor a practice session specifically for each student.
Michael C. was eleven years old when he began to play the electric bass guitar. He decided to get an electric bass because it was the one instrument needed to start a band among his friends. In addition to playing the electric bass, Michael enjoyed time practicing on the guitar and piano in high sc
Teaching since 2006
Teaches students 6 and up
B.A. Music & Christian Education from Messiah College
I teach students who have no prior music training or who have taken a break from lessons and want to progress in their ability to play piano.
Learn to love playing the piano from the inside out--by understanding the fundamentals so you can create and recreate music for personal enjoyment and to share with others. Joining children, youth, and adults in developing your musical talents and gifts is my privelege. I teach beginner-intermediat
I had been teaching myself piano for many years when I reached a point where I was not improving and realized I needed a teacher. Sharon helped me work on my weaknesses as a musician and had a good eye for pieces that helped me build on my strengths. We always had fun working together, and she was always good about working around my busy schedule.
Sharon is doing a great job, she is well organized and knows what she's doing. I am pleased that she gives my daughter concrete feedbck and lessons to practice at home. The only problem is my daughter could use a little more practice time with her.
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Teaching since 2011
BFA in fine art from The School of the Art Institute Chicago
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Bio as Musician: Ryan was born on Chicago’s South Side and started playing guitar at the age of fourteen. Born with a deep passion for a broad variety of musical styles, Ryan studied with Grammy award winner and jazz giant Frank J. Rumoro at the Chicago Acadamy of Jazz Guitar. Since that time h
He is incredibly knowledgeable and an awesome guitarist. The lessons are always fun and he is very responsive to any questions I have and encourages sharing musical things I enjoy so he can understand my tastes better.
Very glad to have found Ryan and looking forward to many more lessons with him!
Speaks Mandarin, Cantonese, English
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Bachelor in Percussion Performance from The Boston Conservatory
I teach private lessons on Classical Percussion, focusing mainly on snare drum, marimba and xylophone.
I am experienced in working with young children and teenagers, from beginner level to college level.
I am a freelance percussionist who has played with professional orchestras in the US, UK and Asia.
I graduated from the Boston Conservatory, New England Conservatory and Boston University with percussion performance degrees.
I am a passionate advocate of Classical music. I have been playing percussion for over 10 years and I hold a Bachelor and two post graduate performance degree. I love working with young children and teenagers to explore their world of orchestral music. Percussion instruments are very fun and variab
Speaks English, Spanish
Associate in Arts in Music from East Los Angeles College
Teaching since 2014
In my lessons, you will learn about key signatures, common practice period, SATB writing, proper voice leading, secondary function chords, modulation, etc.
My name is Michelle and I am a Soprano. I have been singing classically for eight years. I previously studied at East Los Angeles College, where I received my AA degree in Music, and at Azusa Pacific University, where I graduated with a BM in Classical Vocal Performance. I am currently pursuing a M
Teaching since 2018
Teaches students 9 and up
Horn Performance Major from Jacobs School of Music at Indiana University
I am a flexible, friendly teacher who is capable and willing to tailor every single lesson to your needs. As a current student of Indiana University learning from horn legend Dale Clevenger, I understand the needs of the modern student. From simple long tones to high-level orchestral excerpts, I have the perfect material for you to flourish as a horn player.
Hi! My name is Tristan and I am a current student at the Jacobs School of Music at Indiana University. I am currently learning from the famous horn player, Dale Clevenger, who played in the Chicago Symphony for almost 50 years. I teach mainly Horn, although I am well versed in the fundamentals of h
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Jill is extremely knowledgeable with all kind of mistakes that students may have. I am always amazed by the interest she shows to give us more of her knowledge and motivation.
Also, Jill shows enormously great patience to make students comfortable and motivated playing music.
I strongly believe she is one of the best teachers in takelessons team.."
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Aidan is a fantastic teacher. He is able to tailor his teaching style to each individual student, and keep the lesson fun and engaging even while going over complicated music theory concepts. He is very flexible both with his schedule (he's quite understanding that adult students often have conflicts that prevent them from attending class regularly) and with his musical abilities (he appears comfortable diving into most genres of music and can easily pick out a tune by ear).
I highly recommend taking a class with Aidan."
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