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Takosha S. Richmond Hill, GA

About Takosha

I Attained a Master's degree due to a sincere love to teach hungry students. Within my professional history, I have been elected to become a certified trainer to teach representatives the importance of leading students to a higher education within the collegiate environment. It is my duty as a teacher, trainer and instructor, to empower students to believe and always be true to their voice and academic education. In addition to voice teaching, I am an online college instructor covering general courses and business courses. I also provide continuing education courses for businesses and organizations. In addition, I am a home school teacher for my own children. Therefore, I am experienced in working with adult students and youth. Please see the list of subjects that I tutor and feel ...

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Alexis P. March 6, 2015
Singing · In studio
Verified Student
She is amazing and so very patient with my daughter. I would definately recommend her. I feel she is going to open a lot of doors for my daughter and help me in giving her a bright future.
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Christy T. March 4, 2015
Singing · In home
Verified Student
Our first lesson with Takosha was AMAZING! She is well-rounded and works very well with my children, ages 8 and 15 :) She really explained everything very well to them, at their level, and got them launched into singing (and loving it!) Great teacher!
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Janet O. January 28, 2015
Singing · In home
Ms. Takosha S. is a wonderful teacher who helped me feel very at ease my first lesson.
Jarrod V. Hilton Head Island, SC

About Jarrod

My name is Jarrod V. I am a graduate of the University of Rhode Island Music Program. I currently teach music in Jamestown, RI. I also manage and play saxophone in a six-piece funk/reggae band that tours the north-east. We were recently recognized as "Band Of The Year" in Southern New England. I have performed on stage with members of the Grateful Deal and the Allman Brothers. I have also opened for acts such as P-Funk, Buddy Guy, the Violent Femmes, Johnny Winter and the Spin Doctors. If you are looking to master your instrument and learn how to perform on stage, I am the right teacher for you! I feel I have a great deal of enthusiasm and knowledge to offer to my students, and if given the opportunity, I will make a great musician out of you! *** Lesson Details *** Through my

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FrancisG June 1, 2012
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Sebastian is having an amazing time with his teacher Jarrod. He looks forward to his lessons and practices very hard at home not only because he loves the drums but because he wants to impress his teacher. Jarrod is a smart and very talented instructor, he explains everything well and allows the student to feel comfortable embrace the lessons easily. Sebastian has a blast and grasps everything quickly thanks to Jarrod. He's an amazing musician and Sebastian is very happy and lucky to have him as an instructor.
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DanaH1 April 16, 2012
Great instructor. Jarrod has the ability to get our son completely motivated and makes the experience fun.
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LisaP5 March 21, 2012
Zachary Prosser

Just wanted you to know that Zach is really getting a lot out of your lessons so far, much more than his last teacher. Lisa
Susanne E. Savannah, GA

About Susanne

I'm mama to a sweet 3 year old boy & wife to an aspiring pastor. We moved from Boston to Savannah in Summer 2013. Before Boston, I graduated with a B.S. in Music Management at Georgia State University in Atlanta. During school I taught piano & voice lessons while also nannying part time. I've also led toddler and early childhood summer music camps. I have missed teaching music lessons!! I enjoy gardening, knitting, sewing, cooking, playing guitar, singing, and hanging out with neighborhood kids.

Heidi O. Statesboro, GA

About Heidi

Heidi O. is a church organist at Cathedral of St. John the Baptist in downtown Savannah, GA. Ms. O. is also a piano accompanist at Georgia Southern University in Statesboro, Ga. She received a Bachelor of Music from Stetson University and just completed her Master of Music at Georgia Southern University, both in piano performance. She strives to make lessons fun, enjoyable, and tailored to your personal goals. You will study music theory, playing by ear, improvising, and how to read music.

Gina A. Savannah, GA

About Gina

Language is my passion! I've studied four years of German and Italian and dipped my feet into Arabic and French as well! My goal is to get the whole world as passionate as I am about learning new languages and cultures!

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