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Zuly M.

Pensacola, FL

About Zuly

My name is Zuly. I'm a singer from Venezuela where I got my Bachelor's degree in Music with major in Voice. I began my teaching carrier in 1993 as an elementary school music teacher. I've also played
viola and mandolin in orchestras and small ensembles. I have a passion for sharing and passing onto others what I've learned singing and playing through the years. Whether it is opera, baroque music, traditional or contemporary Christian music I thank God every day for the gift of music!
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Alex F. June 21, 2015
Singing · In studio
She is an amazing teacher, very professional, My child is learning a lot. I would recommend her if you want your child to be professionally better.
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Andrew F. June 19, 2015
Singing · In studio
Verified Student
Zuly is an absolutely fantastic voice teacher. She is exceedingly patient and her love for music comes across in every single lesson. Also, she bends over backwards to accommodate my somewhat hectic schedule. I highly recommend Zuly to anyone looking for learn to sing (or play any of the instruments Zuly gives lessons for).
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Kathy H. June 19, 2015
Vocal Training · In studio
Zuly is a great instructor! I have learned so much from her. I love to go to my lessons, and I enjoy practicing!
I like it so much that I have decided to also take piano lessons in addition to my voice lessons. She's great, I can't say enough good things about her!!
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Zuly M.

Pensacola, FL 32501
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Brandon H.

Daphne, AL

About Brandon

Love working with students, absolutely comfortable working with students starting from scratch. I understand the necessary steps to becoming a well rounded drummer, mostly because it didn't come natu
rally for me. I have chosen to only give lessons in person because I have found that one to one face to face helps combat some of the initial intimidation and anxiety about the learning process. I look forward to hearing from you and even if I may not be the right fit for you, I wish you luck as you pursue this art form!
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Brandon H.

Daphne, AL 36526
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$40 / 30-min
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Edward H.

Pensacola, FL

About Edward

Edward has been teaching, writing, and playing music for over 20 years and has worked with hundreds of students. His unique method of teaching has helped students develop a passion for playing music a
nd has given each student a sense of accomplishment. He is also a professional performer who understands what it takes for musicians to be successful in practical real-world situations from recording to playing solo or with a band.
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Edward H.

Edward H.

Pensacola, FL 32504
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$30 / 30-min
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Marquis S.

Pensacola, FL

About Marquis

My name is Marquis. I've been playing drum set since 3 years old and have extensive training and experience in all percussion instruments. I have an associate's degree in music performance for percu
ssion with classical training. Whether you're a professional or you're just beginning to play, I can assist you in perfecting your craft. I can teach every aspect of the drums including reading music, improving style and feel, fundamentals, building chops, or simply help with an audition. No matter what style you choose, I can help.
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Marquis S.

Marquis S.

Pensacola, FL 32514
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$15 / 30-min

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