I began playing piano at age six and I received my early training from Jeanne Pennino and later studied with J. Mitzi Kolar, Krzysztof Brzuza, and Karen Follingstad. I earned my Bachelor of Music degree in Piano, Professional Studies from San Diego State University. I plan to pursue a Master of Arts degree in Piano Pedagogy and/or Music Theory in the near future. I have been professionally teaching piano since February 2008 when MuzikAdict Piano Studio was established. I am a believer in balanced musical training. I currently reside in San Diego and keep busy teaching piano and practicing my own repertoire. I am an active member of the Music Teachers Association of California, San Diego Branch. My 40+ students participate in various programs which include but are not limited to ...
From Seattle to the Baltimore/Washington DC area, and now San Diego, Ariana has been teaching woodwinds to a wide variety of ages and ability levels. Ariana holds a Doctorate of Musical Arts from the University of California, San Diego and both Bachelor and Master of Music degrees in Performance from the Peabody Institute of the John’s Hopkins University. She began her musical career on alto saxophone in her elementary school beginning band, and quickly added flute and clarinet to her practice. As a performer she is experienced in classical, jazz, and theater, appearing at numerous venues and festivals around the US and in Europe. Along with performing, Ariana is truly passionate about teaching and sharing music. The encouraging, nurturing technique of her former teachers strongly ...
Learning Flute With Juya! [Biography] Juya received her Master’s Degree in Flute Performance from Steinhardt School at New York University, where she studied with the distinguished flutist Keith Underwood. Participating in many renowned ensembles, she has accumulated experience as an active chamber performer and soloist for over 16 years. She earned the positions in NYU Philharmonic and Fu-Jen University Wind Orchestra (Taiwan) as Principal Flute, and as Second Flute in Fu-Jen University Symphony, China Youth Corps Wind Orchestra. Recently, Juya moves to California to pursue her flutist career and dedicate to music education. 8 Years of Teaching Experience Beginners through Advanced San Diego Area If you are interested in learning and improving flute performance. DO NOT
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Adrián : Born on October 17, 1975, and raised in Chihuahua, Chihuahua, México, Adrian T. grew up surrounded by the traditional music of Central America from Danzón, Boleros and Rumba, to Son and Mambo. Adrián began developing his musical ability starting at the age of eleven. He was inclined to play the tenor saxophone and the flute with an understanding of classical music and a distinct attraction to jazz, and five years later chose to take on the clarinet. His grandmother, a "Danzón Nut" according to Adrián, urged her grandson in that direction, but the young player was adamant towards a newfound paragon for himself: John W. Coltrane. 2001 was a year that would have a profound impact on Adrián’s music. While pursuing Sociology and Music Studies at The University of Texas, El Paso, he
I've been teaching the flute for 10 years and I am comfortable working with all age groups and ability levels.
Several of my students have participated in San Diego Honor Band as well as San Diego Youth Symphony. Preparation is the key to success, and I specialize in coaching students for auditions.
I also focus on duets and tone studies to help you unlock the beautiful sound of this instrument.
Music theory is an integral part of each lesson (as well as some basic piano concepts which can be very useful to woodwind players). Jazz conception and improvisation is also a specialty!
My studio is conveniently located near the 805 in North Park. There is in-studio seating for parents and we've also got a Starbucks right next door.
Lesson via Skype or Apple Facetime are available on Saturday and can be great for out-of town student or for those living in rural areas.
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I've been teaching woodwinds (saxophone, flute, and clarinet) for the past 15 years and enjoy the one-on-one interaction with students of all ages. Music is one of the last professions that is truly learned through apprenticeship. Having a good private teacher is absolutely essential to your growth and development! Over the years I've amassed wide variety of concepts and materials to speed your learning process and keep things FUN. I've taught all ages and abilities: new beginners (elementary and middle school level), older students just picking up the horn again, conservatory-bound high school students, amateur professionals, marching band & drum core kids, retirees looking for a fun hobby, professional musicians looking to expand their jazz knowledge, and more. We'll start at your ...
The focal point of my lessons are almost always technique and tone. Each lesson you can expect to be playing with a tuner and metronome. I highly recommend that all my students have a tuner and metronome, especially the beginners. I cannot begin to emphasis how important it is to have the proper technique when learning a new instrument. My goal is to provide the student with the proper foundation needed for them to be successful as they continually progress.
My background includes playing the flute for 17 years including 4 years in the Marine Corps Band. I have attended and graduated from the Armed Forces School of Music. I have performed in a variety of professional bands to include concert, marching, and jazz band. I also can provide assistance to students attempting to learn piccolo.
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