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Yelena D. San Diego, CA

About Yelena

Profile: Classically trained Piano teacher with over 25 years of experience in professional level piano. Excellent teaching skills, with successful experience working with all levels and ages, particularly well with children. Possesses excellent communication skills in English and Russian. Deep and thorough knowledge of music literature, theory of music. Teaching elements of composing based on Berkley College theory. Music Focus: Russian School of study through European Composers such as Bach, Beethoven, Mozart, Tchaikovsky, Chopin, Shubert, Gurlitt, Czerny, Delibes, Brahms. Worked out with Violin Concerto by Tchaikovsky. As well American school of study like Alfred, Bastein, Thompson.

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Thu T. December 28, 2014
Piano · In studio
Verified Student
I'm very happy to have Ms. Yelena as my daughter teacher.
Allison R. San Diego, CA

About Allison

I began playing the violin in 3rd grade in my school general music class and instantly fell in love with it. I begged my mom for private lessons and after a year, she finally caved in. By my freshman year in high school, I had decided that I wanted to major in violin performance in college and make a career out of being a classical violinist. I went on to earn my Bachelor of Music in violin performance from State University of New York at Purchase. During my freshman year, I began teaching private violin and viola lessons at the Westport Music Center in Connecticut. I quickly realized that teaching is very fulfilling and that I loved sharing my passion and knowledge of the violin with others. While in undergrad, I also won my first job in a part time professional orchestra, the ...

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Kate H. February 8, 2013
Verified Student
This teacher is outstanding.

I would think that Allison would be good with any age and capability, but my daughter is 7 and just beginning. Allison is a perfect teacher. She makes good use of every minute, yet is fun and pleasant. She constantly gives positive reinforcement. My daughter really likes her and so do I!
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JulieH3 July 7, 2011
student

Allison is very patient and perceptive when teaching. She is great at observing and correcting my mistakes. She gives great advice on how to make my playing better. Most of all, she is a nice and competent teacher. I plan to continue my lessons with her in the future.
Amely G. Poway, CA

About Amely

Amely grows mostly traditional music of Venezuela and Classical. Artistic career: Her Musical Career started when she was 7 years old. She studied music in the Elias David Curiel Music School and in the Juan Jose Landaeta Foundation. She made her debut in 1970 as a member of multiple chorus & Orchestras in Falcon State where she played the Cuatro and the Mandolin and in the late 's 70 She was a Founder of Venezuela Youth Orchestra Juan Jose Landaeta in Falcon State where she grew up and where she performed the Viola. In 1992, she also was a Founder of Falcon Symphony. Amely is an expert interpreter of the Cuatro and Mandolin, which is associated with many of her presentations. Amely appearances has been in different cities of Venezuela as well in Curacao Netherlands’ Island, ...

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Jose H. November 27, 2014
Guitar · In home
Amely is a wonderful and a great human being. She made learning the guitar fun and exciting for me as a teenager and I used that knowledge to pursue a successful career in the music industry. I highly recommend to anyone searching for musical instruction, regardless of instrument. She is multi-talented and able to play and teach various instruments and she possesses a wide range of musical knowledge, ranging from singing, performing, theory, instruction and popular genres of music. Kudos!
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Susie F. November 24, 2014
Ukulele · In home
Verified Student
Amely is so wonderful! I have completed 4 out of 12 lessons and I feel like I'm really on my way to greatness! Amely is so patient, caring, fun, challenging, and just a beautiful person. She is a great teacher and so friendly and kind. I would rave about her to anyone thinking of taking music lessons. From children to adults, she's amazing! Can you tell I really love this woman!! Thanks Amely :)
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Linh C. December 30, 2013
Guitar
Verified Student
Excellent!

First day taking guitar lesson with Ms. Amely G. and love it! She is a nice, patient and encouraging teacher. First session and only 30 minutes long but with her best teaching techniques, I can play and sing along the Edelweiss song now (really love it!). Thanks Ms. Amely G. Can’t wait for the next lesson!!!
Dilys Y. San Diego, CA

About Dilys

Ms Dilys has been teaching since 2001. She has taught children and adult of all experience levels. Her goal is to help students to make their musical experience in a fun and fulfilling way by implementing games and other teaching tools. Ms Dilys began teaching while she was working towards her performance diploma from Associated Board of Royal School of Music. She is a national certified piano teacher from Music Teachers National Association. *** Lesson Details *** For young beginners, I use a lot of listening and singing games to increase their interest in learning music. They will be able to read music notes after 3 months and be able to play some short pieces By using the right method, it becomes easy in reading notes. I hold recitals once to twice per year which give ...

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HaithiN October 12, 2011
Hi Dilys,It was a great pleasure to meet you. Thank you very much for allowing to attend the Erica and Robert's piano lesson and watch the dynamics. Also many thanks for the notes that you left regarding their performances. However I wish you give more specific comments for each one on what they were good at and which area they need to focus on to improve.
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CynthiaM September 21, 2011
Dilys is a great teacher. She keeps my son engaged and makes sure he learns all the skills needed while making it fun for him by incorporating songs that he enjoys.
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andresA August 29, 2011
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Miss Dilys is an incredible instructor. My son has only been taking lessons for a month now...and He learned so much ! He is very enthusiastic to attend his piano class and he's developed a passion to play piano. I attribute all this to Miss Dilys. Her enthusiasm and love of piano has inspired my five year old son. Miss Dilys has made the piano for my son easy to learn and fun to play.
Bijan Z. San Diego, CA

About Bijan

Hi! I believe that music is rooted in all human beings and cultures in a reach and vast variety of forms. Music unifies and engages thinking and feeling in a direct and immediate way. Music influences individuals simultaneously on different levels of consciousness and form an important device for learning, recreation, arranging of conscious and unconscious impressions and at the same time for characterizing and conveying ideas and thoughts. This as a point of departure characterizes my teaching philosophy, which strives to create a climate in which my students can experience continuous musical, intellectual, and emotional growth. As a music instructor and musicologist I demonstrate the characteristics of professional and passionate for everything related to my teaching. I am ...

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Kelly B. September 4, 2014
Classical Guitar · In studio
Verified Student
Bijan is a very good guitar instructor. My daughter and I both took guitar lessons and he was able to work with us as individuals since we both had different skill levels. Bijan is very patient with his students and helped us through various learning obstacles. I highly recommend anyone that needs or wants to learn any musical instrument to take lessons from Bijan.
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Z M. September 3, 2014
Piano · In studio
Verified Student
Bijan is a great teacher. He is kind and knowledgeable at the same time. He is patient for all the questions you have.
He gives you good resources and goes with your pace.
I do recommend Bijan for the new and experienced piano learners.
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Kenzi J. July 14, 2014
Cello · In studio
Verified Student
Bijan is a great teacher. Learning to play the cello as an adult is tough, but he's very organized and encouraging. The recital was very anxiety-inducing, but we did really well and I felt a great sense of accomplishment afterward. I am only discontinuing due to distance and time constraints.
Ryan W. San Diego, CA

About Ryan

Ryan W. holds a BA in Music with an emphasis in Performance, Composition, and Recording Arts. Raised in San Diego, California, Ryan'€™s musical career began by playing tenor saxophone under the direction of Steve Steinberg and playing guitar in various rock and roll groups. Ryan began his formal percussion training at Cal Poly under Dr. John Astaire and during this time showed an interest in music composition. He then became a composition student under Dr. Meredeth Brammeier and Dr. Craig Russell. Ryan has composed music for Cal Poly including the Mustang Athletics Football Kickoff music, as well as various Cal Poly videos including the Mustang Mascot Teaser, and the Cal Poly Proud Ad campaign. He also scored the groundbreaking film "A Life Facing Bars, A Gang Prevention Documentary" that

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Rachelle M. March 22, 2015
Singing · In studio
Verified Student
Ryan was great. He takes his time and checks in to be sure you're keeping up. He also has a good sense of humor which makes the lesson fun as well as informative. Looking forward to our continued lessons.
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Miki J. January 14, 2015
Singing · In studio
Verified Student
He is excellent teacher! My 5 years old really enjoy learning from him.
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Wister G. October 31, 2014
Drum · In studio
Verified Student
I bring my 4 years old son to Ryan for drum lesson. I am totally satisfied with the service and his patients to teach. I absolutely recommend anyone with desire for music to go with him.

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