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John G. San Diego, CA

About John

I am a 33 year old Trumpet, French Horn and Voice Instructor in the Ramona area. I have 20 years experience playing trumpet, French Horn and Singing and play in several groups around the San Diego area including: The Amalgamated, a Ska/Reggae Band Full Strength Funk Band Heartland Brass Ensemble Trumpet R Us Ottly Mercer Filarmonica Portuguesa Uniao De San Diego California Beach Brass Quintet Tierrasanta Lutheran Church, Choir and Bell Choir and Brass Ensemble Ramona High School Trumpet and Mellophone/French Horn Coach Thurgood Marshall Middle School Musical Vocal Coach I am very passionate about music, learning, teaching, performing and practicing. Every day my goal is to promote music, learn, practice and help people enjoy music either by listening or performing. ...

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Tatiana Q. November 24, 2014
Singing · In home
Verified Student
Very patient, optimistic, and friendly. I highly recommend this instructor who's very flexible when it comes to scheduling.
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DaniW February 9, 2012
Have throughly enjoyed each lesson with John. His skill, knowledge, and personality make the lessons enjoyable, informative, productive, and fun! I appreciate his willingness to help me reach my goals and structure our lessons around that. I would recommend John to anyone!!!
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BryanB1 November 30, 2011
Great, Confident and Knowledgable Instructor!

In the short amount of time I've worked with John, he has really helped me to understand the instrument, how my body and my breath effect pitch and has really helped me to overcome my concerns with picking up the Trumpet after 10 years of not playing. He relates music to me in a way that makes it understandable and encourages me to better my playing. Great instructor! Highly recommended!
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.
Erin C. Poway, CA

About Erin

My name is Erin. I am a graduate of the University of North Carolina at Charlotte. I have a Bachelor of Arts in Music, with a concentration in Violin. I began studying violin at the age of six. I have performed with small chamber ensembles, orchestras, quartets, and trios. I enjoy playing for churches and weddings, and love teaching. I began teaching beginner to advanced Violin and Viola in April of 2001 in NC. I moved to California in the fall of 2008. Since moving to California I have extended my teaching to beginner Piano and Cello also. I have taught students ages 3 to 87 how to play and enjoy music on a personal level. My experience includes leading sectionals for middle school orchestra, organizing and instructing small ensembles, and organizing student recitals. Student ...

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Taylor L. December 4, 2014
Viola · Online
Verified Student
Great teacher, very nice and helpful.
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Cara G. October 30, 2014
Violin · In studio
Verified Student
I am an adult learner and wanted a teacher that did not treat me like a child. Erin is a great teacher and treats me like an adult. She helps me to attain my goals and works at my pace. She encourages me especially when I don't think I can do a particular piece or perform at a recital. I know she can take me through to any level I want to accomplish on the violin.
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Mercedes M. September 11, 2014
Cello · Online
Verified Student
Erin is an awesome teacher. Jazmin, my daughter,has been playing cello for almost 2 years and was having a rough time,losing interest and motivation.Erin was of tremendous help.She immediately connected with my daughter,who needed a little push to keep going after we moved to a rural area and she left her friends behind,got her motivated again to start playing and now she is back at school where she will be part of the orchestra once again. Thank you very much for all your help,Erin!
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.
Tim M. Poway, CA

About Tim

Since graduating from San Diego State University in 1986 (where I received my Bachelors degree in music and was the recipient of the Outstanding Graduate Award in music for that year), I have been able to be involved in so many areas of drumming, percussion(including mallet instruments like vibes and xylophone) and teaching. This includes being an adjunct professor in the music dept. at SDSU (1994-1998) and currently at Grossmont College. From performing with international jazz giants like Art Farmer and Hank Jones, and local legends Hollis Gentry and L.A. guitarist Ron Eschete- to performing in pop settings with my own top 40/classic rock band and backing bands like the Drifters or pop singer Peter Cetera, my experience is broad. I've played in successful pop groups. ...

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robin E. November 10, 2014
Drum · In studio
My son Brian started taking lessons with Tim about 5 months ago. He can never wait for lesson day! I also never have to remind him to practice :-) He plays several other instruments and Tim has been able to advise him in some way on all of them, though Brian says the drums are his favorite. Brian feels very comfortable with him and says he is very supportive. He even helped me find Brian a new drum set! My son has nothing but good things to say about him, as do I :-)
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priscilla L. November 9, 2014
Drum · In studio
My name is Chazdan Lane. I started taking lessons from Tim while I was in middle school and I am still taking lessons while in high school. The lessons have been great. I have improved my playing a lot and I have learned things I would have never though I would have learned. The lessons are fun and they help me improve a lot.
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Amy S. November 8, 2014
Drum · In studio
I have been taking lessons from Tim for about two years, and have enjoyed every minute of them. Tim's approach to teaching is effective, yet easy-going and engaging. I look forward to every lesson each week.
Andrew B. Ramona, CA

About Andrew

Being a music teacher gives me the opportunity for me to merge two of my greatest passions; music and teaching. I've been actively playing/studying music for 6 years and performing for four (bass guitar, rhythm guitar, vocals). I've been teaching social media marketing at University of San Diego for two years and absolutely love it. I started playing music "late." I bought my first acoustic guitar when I was 24 years old, which is past the time when many people think they can pick up an instrument or music in general. My patience and love for sharing knowledge makes me a great first teacher, either for kids who are interested or for adults who have thought "I've always wanted to learn guitar" but haven't gotten over the hump. As somebody who went through that process, I can say ...

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Lisa K. December 5, 2014
Guitar · In home
Verified Student
We hired Andrew to teach my 8-year-old son. Andrew has been amazingly patient. I noticed he has been putting music theory into games, and repeat these theories through out his lessons. My son has so much fun with him, he can't wait for his guitar lessons every Saturday. Thank you Andrew!

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5 Easy Piano Songs to Teach to Toddlers
Whether you have a grand piano in your living room or a small electronic keyboard, you can teach your toddler how to play simple songs even if you don't know much about music. Your toddler will love learning these five easy piano songs listed below. Before you start, though, you'll need to learn the location of the notes. Start by locating C - it's the white key directly to the left of the group of two black keys. Using only the white keys, the notes continue in alphabetical order up to G, then
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