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Typically priced lower than local lessons.
Online students stick with lessons as long as local students.
I worked with Marie for a few years before she moved away from Florida. We worked on piano and voice. She was patient and encouraging. I am in
My daughter, who is 12, learned so much from Gaw. She improved greatly under Gaw's instruction. I highly recommend Gaw for anyone looki
Carolyn H. is a great teacher! I had started taking private piano lessons with her at the age
I thank you Mrs. Carolyn H. for your wonderful teachings and knowledge you gave me to become a great pianist! :-)"
Javier is a patient teacher. Schedule is flexible."
Jason is a gifted player, dynamic teacher, and he motivates me to play better and challenge myself.
First, he challenges me to play better. I'm not always happy while we are running chord drills with a stopwatch, but because of it, I am better, faster, and music is a lot more enjoyable to play when you are not thinking about where chords or scales are. He is quick to support what I do correctly, but also doesn't shy away from fixing things I do wrong or bad habits that I have developed. He also mixes in regular work on improvisation skills, reading TAB, and even writing your own music or solo work.
Next, he teaches me to be more accurate. If we are working on a song that is too fast or technical, heâll slow it down either by using software or recording a quick backing track. Then we both play and focus on accuracy. Itâs always a good feeling to play all the way through a song even if itâs at 80% speed.
Finally, Jason is simply a real standup sort of guy. He is punctual, communicates with his students regularly, organizes events where students can play, and takes a real interest in his students.
I wouldnât hesitate at all to recommend Jason to anyone of any skill or ambition level."
I liked the way that Matt listens to the songs I like and within seconds he's able to play them by ear. Hopefully and with some more
Benk is very flexible, affordable and our son took to him very well. He even records what he has learned each week so we
If you are looking for a GREAT Teacher you should take some time to talk to Benk."
Andrew was my first bass teacher and I think that he's still one of the best teachers I've had. I had already been playing for a
Andrew was extremely patient and very knowledgable. When we were learning things I was unfamiliar with (I.e. Modes, syncopation, reading, etc.), not only did he explain these things completely, but he then showed me how to use them in the real world. He taught me effective practicing routines, helped me with my horrible left and right hand technique, and showed me that theory really isn't as scary as it sounds.
I'm now living in Nashville pursuing the whole music thing. I don't think I would have been as successful down here without Andrew's help. Loved our lessons! Thanks, dude!"
Mike is engaging and wonderful to work with. He is task oriented. After just a month I have learned chords to three different songs and
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