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Speaks Italian, German, French, English
Teaches students 3 and up
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Maria S’s love of the arts, innate gifts, and years of training have led her to perform leading and supporting roles in dozens of musicals and operas over the past 20 years. Some of those include: Meet Me In St. Louis, Guys and Dolls, The Last Five Years, Les Misérables, South Pacific, The King an
Speaks Spanish, English
Certificate of Flamenco Guitar Technique from Mexican Institute of Flamencology
Teaching since 2009
Learn the proper flamenco style for the Spanish guitar as well as classical posture and technique.
SPANISH GUITAR: Flamenco & Classical I give you the resources so you can play ANY genre on the classical/flamenco guitar: *Method combines the discipline of the classical guitar with fundamental flamenco basic technique. *Emphasis on building repertoire with the music you love and a bit
Teaching since 2004
Masters of Music in Musical Theatre from Boston Conservatory
I am a voice and acting teacher specializing in musical theater and pop rock and other commercial forms of singing. I have training in all different acting techniques and I focus on audition and competition prep. I help performers fuse their acting and singing but can also focus on one aspect if the student so chooses. I work with many students on college auditions and thespian competitions as well. I teach all ages up to adults since I am also an adjunct faculty and have experience in teaching at the university level.
I am a voice and acting teacher specializing in musical theatre, pop-rock, and other commercial forms of singing. I teach all ages from kids to adults since I am also adjunct faculty at Nova Southeastern University. I attended University of Pennsylvania for my undergrad and received my Masters in
Speaks Spanish, German, Italian, French, English
Teaching since 2015
Bachelor of Music: Vocal Performance from Concordia College Moorhead
Are you preparing for an audition for a choir? Are you a choir member in need of supplemental help with repertoire? One-on-one choir coaching might be for you. Choir lessons will cover vocal health and technique, reading your music effectively, and learning to blend in different vocal contexts.
Hello! I'm Madeline, and I'm a vocal director, vocal instructor, beginner-piano teacher, and music theory tutor. I love introducing students to new repertoire, showing them a different way of looking at concepts, and helping students realize how smart and talented they are. I want my students to fe
When lessons shifted from in-person to online due to COVID restrictions, Madeline helped to make the transition easy.
Speaks Chinese, English
Teaches students Male: 8 and up; Female: 6 and up
BFA in Dance & Dance Education from Taipei National University of the Arts
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Professional Ballerina and over 20 years of experience teaching classical ballet to children to adults.
My approach is to understand your needs and goals so I can develop a lesson plan that’s appropriate for your level and ambitions. I working closely with each of my students, helping them to better understand ballet steps and technique from the inside out. Dancers will build confidence through each lesson by learning how to properly use their body to build an solid foundation, so that the ballet technique becomes effortless enjoyment rather than a never-ending struggle.
Hope is a ballet dancer, instructor and choreographer. Born in Taiwan, she studied with Chiou-O Chiang and completed summer intensives with Ballet West, Martha Graham School, and Royal Danish Ballet. She graduated from Taipei National University of the Arts with a Fine Arts degree in Dance and Danc
Unfortunately I didn't go to college i went straight to work from Digital Harbor High School
Teaches students Male: 6 to 77; Female: 6 to 70
I teach how to have the correct form and break down the move piece by piece, in order for it to be understood as well as open up the creativity in your mind to make more moves of your own, I as well teach my philosophy on breaking, give exercises as well as encouragement.
Hi my name is Ray I have been teaching breaking (breakdancing) since early 2019, I've taught a class at MICA recently and have done performances there as well, I also have competed in many competitions around the DMV and have done a lot of performances. I practice at places such as JHU, UMBC and WB
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I would highly recommend him for any one who wants to go more in depth in this dance style"
Although this has been only my 3rd lesson I believe she has helped immensely in a. making me aware of the entire sensory experience of vocalization and b. create teaching experiences that addresses my own ability to improve! She is Excellent!"
She not only gave me a solid foundation to build upon, but also provided me with a deep understanding about how powerful and personal voice work really is. Together we have worked on both the inner and outer aspects of my voice. After only a short time, I have seen a huge improvement in my vocal projection, breathing, presence and confidence.
She has a wealth of knowledge which has continued to give me new insights every lesson. If it isn't obvious- I highly recommend Alexandra."
She made notes, gave me suggestions, made comments on what I sent her, I'll do my home work; because I want to improve,and we'll do it again next week; same time time, same station... Sorry couldn't help that! She's the kind of coach I need right now!"
Thank You, Laura Boys RPH"
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