- Levels Taught:
- Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
I've done beatboxing for Acapella and in competitions. We can work on the basics or dive into liprolls and or throat bass. Don't know what these things are?? That's okay too!
I can teach all levels and any age! Message me and let's talk about what you want to do.
- Teaches students:
- Ages 4+ and special needs
- Teaching since:
I LOVE music. I started playing piano when I was younger, but I didn't like it because I felt like mum was making me practice and play--so I quit. A few years later, I found a dusty box sitting on the top shelf and found a beautiful ukulele. It turned out that dad had bought it over a decade ago during a trip to Hawaii and he hadn't played it much since. I was hooked from my first strum.
It's been six years since and I still can't put down my ukulele! I've participated in competitions, taught in music schools and even met my biggest idol: Jake Shimabukuro. I sympathize a lot with people who desperately want to play music, but don't know how to start. I had no clue where to begin when I started!
Along my musical journey, I also picked up beatboxing. That was arguably even harder than learning the ukulele, because so few people knew how to do it. But I kept going, and navigated my way through hundreds of online videos and tutorials. I was obsessed. By my senior year in high school, I auditioned and was selected to the number one acapella group in my school as the beatboxer. I'm currently a beatboxer for an acapella group in university!
Everything I know about ukuleles and beatboxing comes from the internet and online tutorials. I'm a huge fan of self-motivated learning, but at the same time, it would have been such an amazing resource if I had someone to guide me along. I don't have a degree in music or anything, and I've never taken a music class in my life! I just know when I hear something good and know how to communicate that well to people who feel intimidated by scales, theory and chords.
I don't take anything too seriously, but I am seriously in love with music.
My current Acapella group! It's a group of 9 and I love singing with them.
My first job as an instructor!! My students were mainly children and teenagers. The youngest was four and the oldest was 14. Loved it.
I was the beatboxer for the number one acapella club at my highschool. We were invited to perform at school events, acapella contests and even a fashion show!
He taught my son back in Hong Kong! My son loved him and was heartbroken that he had to move to America. I don't know too much about ukulule but my son said that he could play anything and teach all the songs that were difficult! Highly recommend.