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Bachelor of Arts Communications &Theater from Temple University
Teaching since 1999
What you can expect to get out of a vocal lesson is not only knowledge of the voice and sound yet also appreciation for your personal voice.
Each voice is uniquely made to sound special. There are various types of tones, vibrations, feelings, and songs a voice makes. You will learn to discover the beauty of your own.
Fun! Learning! Comprehension! Confidence! Making the music in you count!
I began singing at very young age and have never stopped : ) I began teaching music and voice while in college and have been doing so ever since! I'm classically-trained in voice and have a versatile sound and style. I help my students to find their voice and bring it out to the people who are wait
Teaches students 12 to 86
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
The trumpet is one of the most demanding yet rewarding instruments. A dominant voice in classical and jazz; the trumpet can be a section or solo instrument.
Vince began playing trumpet in 1998. He attended lessons at elementary school. Vince soon won principle chair in school ensembles; later with select county and state wide ensembles. He competed in annual solo competitions performing classical and jazz trumpet throughout middle and high school.
In 2003, Vince began studying trumpet privately with Mark Klose; later with John Maguda. Vince primarily studied from methods including Arban's Complete Conservatory Method, Schlossberg's Daily Drills and Technical Studies, Clarke's Technical Studies, and Stamp's Warm-Ups & Studies. Vince also studied classical solo repertoire by by Hindemith, Haydn, and Kennan among others.
While cultivating classical foundation, Vince developed jazz chops by listening, transcribing, and studying many jazz greats including Louis Armstrong, ...
Vince privately teaches trumpet, guitar, electric bass guitar, arranging, composition, music theory, ear training, and improvisation to students of all ages and levels. “Basically he’s the go-to cross-genre horn-blowing utility man of the Philly scene” (John Vettese, WXPN’s The Key). Vinc
Teaches students 8 to 60
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate
Students can expect to learn at an easy and thorough pace. With my lessons, you can take your time no rush. I will work with every student one on one. Each lesson will be well planned and organized, but also it will be fun. If you don't understand something, I will work so that you do understand it. There is no pressure in learning. You can work at your own pace. Looking forward to working with each and everyone of you.
Hello There! -Prices have recently been changed, Current students will not be affected with this price. - If you are under the age of 18, please have a parent or guardian book the lessons for you. My name is Tanesha. I have been playing guitar for a little over 12 years. I am a
associates music from montgomery county community college
Teaching since 2011
learn what it takes to be a producer... everything from studio equipment, digital software, recording techniques, composition, songwriting, and theory
Covid vaccinated!! I started my musical education in a children's choir at age 6. When I turned 8 years old, I began piano lessons. I started violin at 9 and trombone at 10. After studying numerous instruments I am now proficient on the piano, electric/acoustic bass, and guitar. Having co
Awarded Sudler Prize in the Arts from Emory University
Teaches students 5 and up
Hi! I'm Michael Shingo C. and I am a violinist, pianist, and composer.
In my teaching, I emphasize efficient, goal-oriented practice, and provide a strong technical foundation while always keeping musicality and expression in mind. I encourage my students to develop problem-solving skills that will ultimately allow them to create their own interpretations about a piece of music. I believe that each student has a different learning style and, with this knowledge, I design a program of study specifically for them.
Learning music is all about tackling technical or musical problems in many different ways until we find an approach that works for you. As multi-instrumentalist who also writes music, I can offer many different perspectives on a single issue and draw from a wide range of knowledge that serves me in my daily creative pursuits.
Hello I'm Michael! I am a violinist and composer with a diverse skill set and 17 years of experience. I learn and grow as I pass on my knowledge and constantly find ways to better serve my students and help them achieve their goals.
Bachelors of Music in Classical Guitar Performance from Peabody Conservatory of Music
Teaching since 2012
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I am available for private lessons at my studio in Center City Philadelphia, as well as online lessons. I work with students of all ages and levels, including beginners.
Teaching is a passion of mine and I truly enjoy helping students of all levels achieve their musical goals.
I don’t apply a singular approach for each student, because every student has their own strengths and weaknesses. As lessons continue, I pay close attention to how a student learns and picks up on new information which I use to guide me in choosing the most effective strategies going forward. Depending on the level, lessons can range from reading music, developing and improving technique, and understanding the music to allow for informed musical choices.
While I will always have suggestions regarding the choice of repertoire, I think it’s very important for the student to be playing music that they personally enjoy and will be motivated to practice. With beginners I do encourage a more structured approach,
Award-winning artist, John W. is establishing a reputation as both a virtuoso concert artist and devoted teacher. By age 16 he had garnered over 20 prizes at competitions, including the first prize at the Boston Guitar Festival youth competition, Rosario Guitar Festival, Classical Minds Guitar Festi
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First thing she asked me is... "What can I do for you?" with intrigue and passion, she asked more questions, working up a plan to achieve our goals, and she delivered!
She is always so enthusiastic, and never lacks patience! Her love for the piano shines through in her way of teaching. Deborah has a way of sharing her gift of music with deep gratifying acknowledgement that makes my boy feel good about himself and helps him progress rapidly every week.
I'm a mother of a gifted boy who practically taught himself how to play piano through videos and composing his own little songs. He struggles with ADHD but his piano is his outlet. Everything came to a stop once video games came in the picture. I know I wanted more for him and someone had suggested takelessons. After a week of extensive research and reading hundreds of profiles and reviews... Deborah's Profile seemed to be the best fit! My son may only be 10years old with only a year of experimenting with the piano, but with Deborah, he plays beautiful classical pieces. He's so happy and astonished at all he's accomplished in only 6 months! Even after a few lessons, he was eager to see her every week, and could see where she was leading him. He can now read music, compose more of his songs, and has better rhythm. And best of all... loves the piano more than Minecraft! (video games)
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We have a live concert everyday that resounds in our home and we just LOVE it.
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He is a very skilled musician in his own right, but most importantly, he is very patient and presents the material in a way that I can grasp it.
The atmosphere is relaxed and I always look forward to me next lesson."
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No matter how much you love playing the piano, it can also drive you crazy! Can you relate to these common piano problems? 1. When you're practicing and you need to turn the page. Someone please invent a way to turn the page without having to stop playing! Luckily, if you own an iPad, a music app like forScore can help organize your music and turn the pages while you play. 2. When your fingers won't listen to you. Sometimes you know in your head exactly what you need to do t …
By Megan L.
As you develop your musical skills, you may become interested in writing your own music. While learning to play an instrument and being able to play others' music is a wonderful skill, nothing compares to creating sheet music full of your own compositions! As a budding songwriter, you’ll need to add some additional skills to your repertoire. Writing music can be as simple as putting a pen to paper, or you can take advantage of the many songwriting tools technology offers. Whether you’re ske …
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