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Teaches students 5 and up
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Starting with basic technique for all styles of playing. Classical technique and a strong foundation in note reading is the basis of all piano. Branch out to all styles and genres from there. Chords and playing by ear, arranging.
Samantha started taking piano lessons at age 3 from her mother, who was also a music teacher. She played piano continuously through school, and also learned to play clarinet, guitar, flute, trumpet and sax, often playing different instruments in her school's band. She also learned the violin and cel
Samantha D. is wonderful. My kids play so well for only 1 year'sworth of lessons. I would highly recommend her to anyone! I am blownaway by the music that comes out of the Piano from a 7 and 11 year old.My 11 year old signed up for her first music competition at school. Ifyou told me one year ago I would have girls playing a piano, I would notbelieve you. I truly thought they would quit after a couple of months.Not the case. They are musically talented and still love it. Thanks toSamantha D! They are now thriving in the in-school music program.Thank you, TakeLessons, for filtering out the best teachers. When achild has a small window of interest, you have to grab it the rightway...the wrong teacher would not have given me these results.
My daughters (10, & 6) have only had three lessons with Samantha! They love it. Her nature is kind and welcoming. She can tell how much they can handle so doesn't overwhelm them with too much theory or pieces to play. She strikes a nice balance. My 10 year old started composing her own song when she became bord with the beginner book! Samantha has added to this excitement and changed her teaching style to match my daughters learning style. My daughter was beaming! Samantha has taught her how to take the next pieces of theory and add it to her song. She also ordered music my daughter enjoys like Selena Gomez. My 6 year old is excited every week and doesn't want to be late. My husband and I thought this would be just another thing to start and quit. So far they are going strong!
Teaching since 2017
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate
I have been playing piano since I was 6 years old! I love to work with beginner students and give them the tools to be a great piano musician. It's also very energizing for me to work with intermediate students to hone your skills. I focus on proper technique, basic music theory, and a wide variety of repetoire, all while having fun together! I cant wait to help you learn to play.
I typically begin students on traditional method books, and then move to more classical repetoire, supplementing with pieces or genres that the student has interest in!
Typical lessons will include warm ups (scales, arpeggios, other techniques to warm up the fingers), working on repetoire (may include folk songs, broadway/disney, pop, classical, sacred), music theory (note and rest values, key and time signatures, interval recognition, ear training, note recognition, etc.)
Materials that students will need are a piano/keyboard of their own, two lesson/recital books recommended by me, and a theory ...
Brittany is an accomplished pianist with much experience in performing. Brittany is available for beginner and intermediate student piano lessons. She has been playing piano since the age of 6, and has received 2 years of formal training at the collegiate level. Brittany focuses on having fun, all t
Master's Degree, Musical Theatre Music Directing from Royal Conservatoire of Scotland
Teaching since 2014
- Experience with singers of all backgrounds and styles
- 15+ years experience as a professional vocalist, choral singer, vocal coach, music director, and conductor
- Specifically tailored "lesson trajectory" for each student based on their interests, previous experience, and goals
- Flexible hours and scheduling
- Responds quickly by phone, email, or text
- Happy to negotiate lesson payment
Hello, I'm Jake, a voice and piano teacher originally hailing from Nashville, Tennessee. I recently moved to New York City after completing a master's degree in Musical Theatre Music Directing at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland. I have 15+ years of experience as a professional vocalist, pianist,
Speaks Italian, German, Italian
Bachelor of Music/HIstoric Preservation from George Mason University/Mary Washington College
Teaches students 8 and up
I teach both classical, theater, pop and rock music. I can also teach the blues. I like any genre of music, so I feel confident that I can assist a student in learning whatever song they like.
As a young child, I knew I loved music. I was fortunate to have my parents who supported and encouraged me with a variety of music lessons. It is my personal joy and a privilege to pass my love of music to the next generation of musicians. Taking private lessons is a unique environment as it
Teaches students 12 to 86
Awarded Graduate Grant from The University of the Arts
Vince first approached music as a performer. In lessons, he soon began improvising melodies based on the lesson materials. As he expanded on his trumpet technique and reading skills, Vince began writing his improvisations down, thus becoming compositions that could be performed again. Vince's compositions were written and arranged for his friends to play on their instruments. As his knowledge of other instruments expanded, he began arranging for instruments based on the instruments' character and how they it combined with other instruments. Vince's composition exploded when he studied music theory and while taking formal composition lessons with Vinnie Martucci and John B Hedges. Vince continually composes new music and has developed a distinct voice through composition.
Vince has composed music for many genres including jazz, classical, rock, and pop. He's arranged for many professional bands specializing in the jazz and commercial horn sections. His arrangements have been for ...
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
Performance from Berklee College of Music
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
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I have a well organized lessons plan for students who want to study music theory. From the basics to advance, I will meet you at where you are and help you grasp harmony and theory to a deeper level. We will look at different topic every lesson, and we will listen and analyze music with sheets I transcribed myself, ranging from pop to jazz.
I will offer PDFs of materials, practice sheets, and music sheets for you to study after lessons.
I’m Roger, a Brooklyn based guitarist. I am a graduate of Berklee College of Music, where I studied guitar performance and jazz composition. I’ve got 25 years of experience studying and playing music of all kinds, from classical to pop, to rock, to jazz, on both piano and guitar. I had been thr
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