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Chuck recently moved to Portland, Oregon from Gainesville, Florida, where he was a staple of the music teaching and performing community for more than 25 years. Originally from Chicago, Chuck completed his BA in Music History and Masters of Music (MM) at the University of Florida. Chuck became obsessed with The Beatles when he began piano lessons at age 12. His first attempt at composing was actually improvising melodies over the ending chords to "Hey Jude". Along with playing Beatles tunes Chuck learned classic standards from a set of Reader's Digest Songbooks inherited from his grandmother. Chuck has performed with classic rock, top 40, funk, R&B, and jazz groups, and has served as an opening act for Bela Fleck and the Flecktones, and legendary Texas bluesman Clarence ...
Beginning ukulele instruction. Correct play position, beginning level song repertoire. Fun!
Violin Teacher's Certificate - Sibelius Academy, Finland Suzuki Teacher Training - Marylhurst University, OR Classical and Suzuki options - starting Suzuki students as early as 3 yrs old. Teaching Suzuki Books 1-11. Beginners, intermediate and advanced levels I am using classical method books including Kayser, Wohlfart, Kreutzer, Mazas, Dont and Paganini Caprices with students looking for more rigorous studies and more advanced skills. Keeping music and technique in balance - Learn how to enjoy performing - Find your own highest potential - Fall in love with music *** Lesson Details *** I am friendly and like to inspire my students to find their own best potential. Suitable challenges are fun and needed to keep the personal progress going on. "No suffering in my studio!" ...
I began taking guitar lessons in the Bay Area at the age of 7. I was fortunate to study with respected musician, Tom Patitucci. I was involved with a touring band by age 11, performing all around San Francisco and the surrounding counties. I simply fell in love with playing and performing music. As I grew older I played in a number of different bands ranging from Bluegrass to Metal. In High School, my parents allowed me to teach lessons out of our front room and it was then I developed a lifelong connection with teaching. I studied music at Southern Oregon University and Portland State University. I graduated from California Institute of Integral Studies in San Francisco. From there, I moved to the foothills of the Sierra Nevada Mt. range and taught music at the high school ...
Progressive private and group lessons based on my students skills and goals.
Guitar player, vocalist and performer who's been passionately involved in uncovering the secrets the ukulele has to offer for 12+ years. For me, having fun with your ukulele is the key to real learning. You'll learn the economy of motion technique to help smooth out your playing. You'll learn basic and advanced finger-picking and strumming techniques when you're ready. And so much more... Currently heading up multiple ukulele jams in the Portland. *** Lesson Details *** All Levels, Small Groups or Private. *** Studio Equipment *** Comfortable music studio with handout materials included in the lessons. *** Specialties *** Ukulele Lessons That Are Fun! All Levels Small Groups Private
Hello! I am a 35 year old music teacher. My studio is a large space with lots of seating and is at a professional commercial location, (Main St. in downtown Hillsboro, OR). I have been playing music since 3 years old. At that age I started my first piano lessons at St. Marks Church in St. Charles, IL. My teacher, Sharon, was the first of many piano teachers I had over the next 12 years to come. At age 14 I started on guitar. I still play keyboard and guitar often and this makes up the majority of my students. I also have ukulele students as well as people who just want theory lessons. I started teaching music full time as an independent contractor at Watz Up Hillsboro Music in 2010. I taught at that location for almost 4 years before they closed. The owners retired and I still keep
I have been playing bass and guitar for many years, ten of those years professionally. However, I have a real passion for the little ukulele. Most people just teach a few chords on the ukulele so students can sing a few simple songs. I prefer to teach more challenging instrumental compositions aimed toward performance, for which the ukulele is very well suited. But I will teach you some pop songs, too, and whatever musical style you enjoy playing. Come join me!
I began my professional career right out of high school working as a musician. I played bass guitar and upright bass professionally for about ten years. I played mostly rock, country rock, and jazz. I started learning Chinese martial arts and yoga about 35 years ago. I studied East Asian Languages in college, and I ended up living in Taiwan for 10 years. I starting teaching English (ESL) in Taiwan and worked myself up to the position academic director for a chain of language schools. I also continued to study Chinese martial arts, specializing in the soft arts of Tai Chi and Ba Gua. After returning to the U.S., I managed several ESL programs at the college level. I also began teaching Tai Chi, Ba Gua, and Self-Defense courses, and I have now published two books on the subject. I remain a ...
"Steven is very professional and extremely helpful. He always has a smile on and is serious about helping you phrase the music. I would highly recommend him to anyone."
"It's been really exciting so far! Jordan has been so helpful, so knowledgeable. I could not have found a better instructor and I'm getting better and better every day."
"My daughter's wedding was weeks away and I had never been able to dance a step. With Jenny's help, I came further than ever before in such short time in any subject."