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Marie R.

Auburn, AL

About Marie

I am an active singer/songwriter, trombone, keyboard, and acoustic guitar player, and classical euphonium soloist. I have studied music my entire life, which gives me a great passion for also teachin
g music. As your music teacher, I will guide you toward success by helping you develop your passion for music and by giving you the tools and knowledge to reach your goals. My extensive background in music and performance gives me a personal insight into the many different aspects of studying and performing music.

I received my Master of Music in Euphonium Performance from the University of Colorado at Boulder in 2011 and my Bachelor of Arts in Music from Auburn University in 2009. I am currently the tuba and euphonium instructor at Huntingdon College in Montgomery, AL.
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Marie R.

Marie R.

Auburn, AL 36830
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$30 / 30-min
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Allison C.

Auburn, AL

About Allison

Hi! I am originally from Auburn, Alabama, and am absolutely in love with this area. I moved to Baton Rouge to study music at Louisiana State University for four years. After graduation, I decided to c
ome back home to Auburn to share my love of music and pursue a degree in Civil Engineering, my other love. I love teaching almost as much as I love playing music and solving problems. Let me help you master these subjects and learn to appreciate them as much as I do!

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My goal as a teacher is to help you determine and achieve your goals as a musician or a math student. Whether you are looking to pursue a career in music or math, or just having fun, we'll work together to help you get where you're going! I will tailor our lessons around your goals, and make sure you have a great time learning!

*** Studio Equipment ***
In-home studio; music stand chairs seating for parents; computer set-up for online lessons

*** Specialties ***
I have played and taught classical, big band, and jazz styles. I am an engineering student with both classroom and field experience applying the subject of mathematics.
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Allison C.

Allison C.

Auburn, AL 36832
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$20 / 30-min
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Alexander W.

Columbus, GA

About Alexander

With over 17 years of playing experience in school and army bands and 6 years of teaching experience, I am ready to take your flute playing to the next level.

*** Studio Equipment ***
Yamaha Clavi
nova, Powell Flute, Gemeinhardt Flute, Metronomes, Music Stands, Laptop, various method books and repertoire

*** Specialties ***
Flute, Music Theory, Music Performance, Wind Conducting
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Kim G. December 7, 2014
Music Theory · In studio
I have worked professionally with Alex since 2006. In addition to being a very kind person, he is a superior flutist able to play anything he is given well. He lives to play and practice. He is also an excellent conductor, an entertaining vocalist, and drum major for the band. He is a deep thinker and will really help you find the techniques and skills that are inside of you. You won't be disappointed.
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Scott C. October 30, 2014
Music Theory · In studio
Alex White's ability to conduct a full band rehearsal matches that of most senior band directors. He can pull music out of us we didn't realize we had. He has a natural gift but doesn't take it for granted. He works hard to improve his skill every day.

His voice, like his flute, is a beautiful thing to hear too. Just sayin!
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Alexander W.

Columbus, GA 31901
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Brooke S.

Auburn, AL

About Brooke

I started teaching piano lessons when I was in high school, and taught about 13 students ranging in age from 5-17 years old. I took a break from teaching when I went to college but have revisited sev
eral different times (in different parts of the country) throughout my life, as I absolutely love sharing my God-given gift with others who are eager to learn.
I started taking piano lessons when I was just 5 years old and continued to take lessons until I graduated from high school. I began picking up other instruments starting in 4th grade, which led me to marching band in high school, and even to the Auburn University Marching Band (for a front runner in SEC football!!). I have a passion for music. My experience (as a teacher as well as a Mom) has always led me to success in teaching. I consider myself generally trained as a musician, as I have years of experience in both band and chorus, as well as acting experience in musical theatre up to and including on a professional level.
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Brooke S.

Brooke S.

Auburn, AL 36832
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$17 / 15-min

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