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About Devin C.

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Greer, SC
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About Devin
Hey Folks! My name is Devin! Since I was 21, I haven't worked a day in my LIFE! That's right, want to know how? Because everyday I have the privilege of teaching, recording, and performing MUSIC! Not only that, but I get paid to DO IT! That's not a job, that's a dream come true! If this sounds like something you want to do, I'm the teacher for you!

I began playing guitar at age 7. By the time I was 13 I was a bonafide prodigy! I attended the Fine Arts Center of Greenville, SC where I was awarded several acknowledgments of advancement and achievement. Upon graduating High Shcool, I attended Belmont University in Nashville, Tn to study Guitar Performance with a minor in Music Business. It was at this time I began to teach in my spare time. During my time at Belmont, I not only learned how to hone my craft, but also how to diversi
fy my talents in order to make the most out of my passion. While in Nashville I had the privilege of writing and recording with some amazing talent, I toured and performed, as well as ,taught. After graduating with a B.M. in Guitar, I relocated to Greenville, SC where I began working at a local music store in the Greenville area as the Head of the Guitar Department. Currently I am in the process of opening my own business in May! The business will be a service oriented business with a very minimal inventory of strings, picks, drum sticks, etc... Unlike many businesses that offer music instruction, my job is to teach and prepare my students, not figure out how I'm going to sell the Squier guitar I just took in on commission. The services I'll be providing will include, but are not limited to, private and group lesson packages in voice, piano, guitar, bass, and drums, Rock, Classical, and Jazz Ensemble groups, Fine Arts Center Prep Courses, Music College Entrance Exam and Audition Prep Courses, I'll also have monthly Guitar Maintenance Courses, DIY pedal and amp building clinics, and that's just the beginning! The unveiling of my pièce de résistance, is one you won’t want to miss!
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Geoff March 23, 2018
· Guitar · In studio
Best guitarist I've been around and super easy to learn from. Breaks down techniques and theory so simple that anyone can pick it up quickly with ease. Enjoy the time he has spent teaching me and can't wait to master some more.
Highly recommended!!!!
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Lumberslinger March 15, 2018
· Electric Guitar · In studio
Devin is a fantastic guitar instructor. He is very patient and understanding. Devin's passion for playing and teaching the guitar radiates from him. It will have you excited to learn and keep going. I highly recommend Devin as a guitar instructor!
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Gabi March 15, 2018
· Acoustic Guitar · In home
Devin is a great teacher!
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Devin C.

Devin C.

Greer, SC 29651
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About Steven B.

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Elk Grove Village, IL
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I have been studying and performing music for 20+ years. After majoring in music at College of Dupage in Glen Ellyn IL, I went to step up my level of study at the Percussion Institute of Technology (P.I.T.) at Musician's Institute in Hollywood, CA in 2001 attaining a Performance Certificate from my time studying there.

Moving back to Chicago after L.A. in 2002 proved to be the right move as this is when I began my teaching career. With 13+ years of private and group music instruction experience, I have worked with Hix Brothers Music, Naperville Music, Roselle Music, Streamwood Park District, Roselle Park District, Schaumburg Park District, After School Enrichment Solution's Guitar Stars, Band For Today, Guitar Fundamentals, Chicago Guitar Instruction, Schaumburg Music Academy, Music Makers of Western Springs, Clarendon Hills Music Ac
ademy, and also maintain a private clientele. Well into a thousand lessons taught, students have stayed with me for up to 7 years. You, the student, will gain all the experience I have gained from my 20 years of study, performance, and instruction.

Performing with various bands in the 2000's, I pinpointed my style and mastered my technique that gave me many performance opportunities regionally and nationally, noting most current act U2 tribute Vertigo USA.

I am co-founder of the music licensing production company Blue Shade Music, co-writing with astute musicians in the Chicago area for music libraries in Florida and California currently.

With national and international touring experience, I was featured in an exclusive interview for Online Drummer in August of 2011 sharing my knowledge and experience of music and drums.

Thank you for reading, and I hope to have a fun and educational time with you!

*** Lesson Details ***
Practicing everyday with an occasional day off is very important in the student's progress. I always say 10 minutes is better than 0 minutes.

For DRUM lessons, the student can expect to learn:
*to read music notation and music charts
*to read drum notation
*songs by real bands
*timekeeping via a metronome
*hand technique and foot technique
*rudiments
*all styles of music
*double bass
*drum grooves and drum fills
*marching band/concert band material (if involved in school)

For PIANO lessons, the student can expect to learn:
*to read music notation
*to read music charts/lead sheets
*music theory
*intervals
*chords and inversions
*chord progressions
*scales
*fingering
*styles of blues, jazz, pop, rock, and traditional
*songs you wish to learn

For GUITAR + BASS lessons, the student can expect to learn:
*to learn to read music notation
*to learn to read a music chart
*music theory
*scales
*chords
*chord progressions
*fingering
*styles of pop, rock, and blues
*songs you wish to learn

*** Travel Equipment ***
I provide no equipment. The student must have an acoustic or electric drum set, a practice pad, a music stand, a metronome, sticks, curriculum book(s), headphones, an acoustic or electric guitar, and an acoustic or electric piano.

*** Specialties ***
Rock, Funk, Blues, RnB, Soul, Country, Jazz, Latin, Pop, Metal

**Travel available for in home lessons up to 15 miles pending location, scheduling, and availability. 2 weeks or more notice is required for discontinuation of lessons.**
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Caryn October 17, 2017
· Guitar · In home
Steven is very patient with new beginners and explained things thoroughly. He gave me the necessary tools to practice on my own until our next lesson .
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A.M. August 26, 2017
· Drum · In studio
Steven was beyond helpful. He is always prepared and open to as many questions as you can think of. And if you don't fully understand the answer, he'll take the time to answer in different ways, so that you're on the same page. He was also very helpful in setting up the lesson times and locations.

It was my first time trying the drums and I didn't have a drum set yet. Steven took the time to sit down with me and discuss which drum sets were good for the price.

Overall, this was a great experience!
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Melanee J. October 9, 2016
· Guitar · In home
I'm a true challenge since I am very green with little music capability. Great introduction with plenty to work on.
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Steven B.

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About Kendra R.

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Hendersonville, NC

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Hello. My name is Kendra and I have been performing and teaching professionally for over 25 years. Utilizing the Suzuki curriculum and supplemental methods, I like to provide a solid technical foundation as well as tailor each lesson to my students' personal musical interests and goals including classical, Irish and Bluegrass fiddle styles, jazz, blues, and popular music.
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Dylan February 6, 2018
· Violin · Online
Thank you Kendra for the wonderful lesson. I look forward to the next!
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Audrey January 19, 2018
· Violin · Online
Kendra is amazing!!!! So happy & encouraging!!! Has patience for questions and if you don't understand something right away!!!! I'm loving my violin lessons!!!!
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John January 12, 2018
· Violin · Online
I'm an older, experienced player that has had some specific problems after returning to violin after a long hiatus. I was concerned most with my vibrato and a bouncing bow. Kendra zeroed right in on those problems and they were resolved in just three lessons. Kendra is patient, knowledgeable and perfect for an adult player at any level. I imagine she is fantastic with younger players, as well.
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Kendra R.

Kendra R.

Hendersonville, NC 28739
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About Tania M.

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Greenville, SC

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I have been playing the violin for more than 20 years but my love for teaching started about 10 years ago! I became fascinated with teaching as not only I have learned so much about myself as a musician and person but most importantly I have learned how to help my students become better musicians.
As we are all so different, I believe in exploring and experimenting with the way we learn. My approach to teaching the violin is based on the student's needs, desire, and, finding the best way to help them develop as musicians. I do not use a specific method of teaching as I believe one needs to be flexible and malleable with each individual student. I work with each student until we get the results desired.
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Andrew December 7, 2016
· Violin · In studio
Tania has been a great teacher for my son. He started learning violin with the Suzuki method and studied with a Suzuki teacher for about four years before stopping lessons. He became interested in violin again in middle school and decided he wanted to take private lessons while in 7th grade. Tania had no trouble getting him back on track, picking up with some Book 2 pieces and moving on to Book 3. She has helped him with his bowing, vibrato and shifting, and his sound has really improved. She also has helped him learn to read better and has introduced some basic music theory into lessons. My son really likes his lessons, and feels that he is learning what he needs. Overall, I like her approach, which I think works very well for this level. She is an excellent musician, and this comes through in her teaching.
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Andrea G. June 7, 2016
· Violin · In studio
My first lesson with Tania met my expectations. She did an assessment to determine where I am in my learning and what I know. She gave me great pointers and we worked on a short piece alone with a Major scale. I look forward to my next lesson and expect to progress tremendously under her instruction.
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Delia March 31, 2016
· Violin · In studio
I had such a wonderful experience with Tania as my violin teacher. I minored in music at Florida State University and was lucky enough to be her violin student for two years (August 2013-May 2015). Tania was extremely patient and encouraging, and was very skilled in teaching me how to balance focus on technical details as well as on the "bigger picture" of emotion and musicality. In my opinion and experience, Tania's greatest strength as a teacher is being very adaptable to her students' needs. When I was preparing for an important audition, her expectations and demands were where they needed to be in order for me to succeed. Months later, when I was approaching exams and graduation, she recognized that practicing every day was not my priority at that time, and she adjusted her teaching style so that I could still improve and use music as a constructive and creative outlet during those stressful times so that I could excel in my examinations.

From lesson to lesson (and in-between!), she succeeded in her best efforts in connecting with me not only as my teacher and as a fellow musician, but also as a fellow human being, pushing me to fulfill my potential in each and all of these areas. I highly recommend her as a teacher!
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Tania M.

Tania M.

Greenville, SC 29615
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$35 / 30-min

About Ariel M.

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Greer, SC
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About Ariel
Over the past 10 years Ariel has been privileged to work with many students both young and old. She holds a Bachelor's degree in Music Pedagogy and is presently pursuing her Master of Music degree in Piano Performance. As a classically trained pianist, her goal is to share everything she gains with others.
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Ariel M.

Ariel M.

Greer, SC 29650
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$30 / 30-min
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About Hannah M.

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Gastonia, NC

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Hey there! My name is Hannah, I have been teaching piano for about 7 years, and over that time had 15 students. They were all completely new to the piano (and music in general), but over time were able to read music, understand simple technique/theory, and play music both at home and in church. I love being able to take a completely new student who is willing to learn, and see him/her learn to enjoy (yes, enjoy ;) playing the piano.
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Susana October 15, 2017
· Piano · In studio
My kids absolutely love Hannah as their piano teacher. She relates to each one individually and on their maturity level. They are always eager for lessons and to be with her. All three started out with no music knowledge and have learned exceptionally well how to play. I’m so pleased with how they love her and want to learn because her.
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KCS September 22, 2017
· Piano · In home
We loved having Hannah in our home to teach our children each week. She was always cheerful and the kids warmed up to her quickly. They learned so much and in a fun way! She was always prepared and on time.
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Renee September 22, 2017
· Piano · In studio
Hannah is an awesome piano instructor. My daughter Cadence loves her. Hannah plays the piano beautifully. Her method of teaching has helped Cadence catch on really well.
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Hannah M.

Boiling Springs, NC 28017
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About David F.

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David Freeman, 21, currently attends The Juilliard School in New York City, pursuing a bachelor of music degree in tuba performance. His primary teacher is tubist Alan Baer, of the New York Philharmonic. Before his acceptance into Juilliard, David studied and worked with many professional musicians throughout Los Angeles, CA. He has had the privilege of taking lessons, attending master classes, and performing with some of the world’s best tubists including Jim Self, Roger Bobo, Norm Pearson, Jeff Anderson, and John Van Houten. He studied primarily with freelance trombonist Amy Bowers, of USC.

David's past teaching experiences include giving masterclasses, private lessons, and coaching small to large ensembles at a high school level. As a former drum major, David led/conducted his band frequently, preparing them for performances and com
petitions. He has a great amount of experience in audition preparation/success, as it is his most specialized subject. During his high school years between 2010-2014, David took over 15 live auditions on the tuba, earning himself a 100% success rate. He landed spots in ensembles all across California including Pacific Symphony Youth Orchestra, All-State Orchestra (both CODA and CBDA), All-State Winds, All-Southern Winds, and many more. During his summers, David attended Idyllwild Arts, where he landed the first chair spot two summers in a row by live audition, and won the orchestra spot by recorded audition during his final summer. Because of his dedication and strong preparation, David won a spot in every college he applied to including Juilliard, University of Southern California, San Francisco Conservatory of Music, University of Colorado Boulder, and California State University Long Beach.

Though he is a full time student and member of the Juilliard Orchestra, David also has had many performance opportunities outside of school. In 2014, he performed the Vaughan-Williams Tuba Concerto with the Pacific Symphony Youth Orchestra, and since then, he has had the pleasure of performing with the Brooklyn Symphony, Mannes College, Weill-Cornell, Park Avenue Chamber Symphony, and the Altino Brothers at Carnegie Hall.

David's brass quintet, Apex Brass, regularly performs in prestigious venues all across New York, including Alice Tully Hall, New York Supreme Court, Morgan Library, and various museums. In the summer of 2017, the quintet took off to Japan, where they competed in the 9th Osaka International Chamber Music Competition. Shortly after, Apex was invited to Tianjin, China, where they performed at the ground-breaking ceremony for the new Juilliard-Tianjin campus, and gave a recital at the Tianjin Conservatory.
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Dan C. January 23, 2018
· Tuba · In home
David is a truly superb teacher! I was in a bit of a unique situation where I had to learn tuba for a specific performance. Never having played tuba before, (or any brass instrument, for that matter) I was a bit worried. I took some lessons from David, and within two weeks, I got my chops together. David's instruction gave me the confidence and abilities that I needed to perform in a rather high pressure setting. Highly recommended.
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David F.

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About Christina F.

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Hi, my name is Christina and I am age 27 with a University degree in a piano emphasis! I am of German descent but I am from the US. I greatly enjoyed teaching students of all ages and seeing their excitement when they learn something new! I also have a great appreciation for different cultures around the world so I love working with International students and seeing them enjoy lessons as well!
I also love speaking and tutoring Spanish language and ESL. I am excited to hear from you and let me know if there are any questions I can answer! For committed students only,let's chat!!
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Christina F.

Christina F.

Simpsonville, SC 29681
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$42 / 30-min

About Nicholas F.

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Greer, SC
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Hey there! I graduated from the College of Southern Maryland with an Associates Degree in Music, specifically Percussion. I've studied with Micah Levy and David Constantine of the President's Own Marine Band and performed with the Southern Maryland Concert Band and the College of Southern Maryland Latin Ensemble, Ritmo Cache.

I have been playing percussion for fifteen years with a particular passion for the drum set. Some of the styles I love to play and teach are Progressive rock, metal, jazz, indie rock, funk, Latin, and world. When I'm not playing percussion I also enjoy dabbling in guitar, piano and my own compositions.
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Nicholas F.

Greer, SC 29651
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About Monty C.

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Greer, SC
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I am currently Professor of Jazz Guitar at Clemson University and I teach privately at my house and at Carolina Prep Academy in Greenviile, SC (Grades 1 - 5). I perform with many bands in the Upstate and throughout the SC, NC, and Georgia areas.

I have been teaching for 20 years and have taught all levels of music. My specialty is beginners along with helping intermediate and advanced players grow. I can teach students from 5 years old to adults. I teach musicality, rhythm, ear training, music reading, playing by ear, songs, and many other aspects of music.

I am interested in music recording and have a recording studio at my teaching location for folks who are interested in the technology side of things.
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Monty C.

Monty C.

Greer, SC 29651
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