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Speaks Spanish, English
B.A. Contemporary music from USFQ College of Music
Teaching since 2015
I am a teacher with several years of experience, and I think that every student can develop their own voice on the instrument. I’m always trying to find new ways to play and teach, and also make music learning fun.
I am a professional jazz guitar player. I graduated from USFQ College of Music in Ecuador, and got my Master’s degree at the New England Conservatory of Music. Also, I’m currently studying music education. In the past couple years, I’ve recorded two albums as a collaborator, and had one tour throug
Teaches students 8 and up
Teaching since 2005
The ukulele is a creative adaptation and redesign of the machete de braga, a small stringed instrument that was introduced to Hawaii by Portuguese immigrants in August of 1879. The Hawaiian people fell in love with the sound of the instrument and named it “ukulele" because the fingers of the performer dancing around on the neck and strings as a song was played resembled jumping fleas. Ukulele means jumping fleas in the Hawaiian language.
Since the ukulele is related to a European instrument and the guitar from Spain, the relative tuning is the same. It should be tuned a perfect fourth up from a guitar, so the first string is tuned to an A, second string should be tuned to an E, third string will be a C, & the fourth string should be tuned to a G an octave up. Most ukuleles have a fourth string that is an octave above what the normal progression would be of most stringed instruments. If your G string is not tuned an octave up it’s a larger size than the average ukulele G string ...
Jesse H. plays guitar with The Mar Dels, one of San Diego’s best-known dance and party bands. But he’s more than just a rock-and-roller — he’s studied jazz and classical guitar with other master musicians. His lessons focus on developing: - Right and left hand technique - Finger picking and
Speaks English, Spanish
Sociology / Psychology from Illinois State University
Teaching since 1996
I have been playing, writing, and recording guitar for almost 23 years. Absolutely love it!
I absolutely love teaching music! After over 20 years of teaching, performing, writing, and recording in all styles/genres, it continues to be a great adventure. It is a joy to pass this on to others...especially seeing my students that never touched the instrument going on to be very proficient
Speaks Spanish, English
Teaching since 2016
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
My method is centered around having my students consistently learn new material, while retaining what they have learned. I’m sensitive to making sure they are challenged while also giving them material that will enable them to succeed. I customize each lesson to meet the needs and interests of each student. An example of a 45 minute lesson commonly includes the first 5 minutes being dedicated to checking in on how the practice went, and answering any questions the student may have about the material. Then there would be 15 minutes of review which would consist of finding which parts of the material are most challenging and finding the most effective way for the student to practice those parts and perfect the material. After that, there would be a three minute pause during which the student would listen to the new piece (whether it be material I introduced or material they suggested) so they can write down everything that they enjoyed and perceived about the new piece. Then there ...
I'm an Argentinian/American musician who decided to pursue music as a career when I was 8 years old. I had just seen Al Green perform at the Apollo and was awed by the incredible impact and joy music can have on people. With the support of my parents, who are musicians as well, I began studying wit
His methods are crative and rigorous.
He will also percive and acompany you through your needs as a student.
Speaks French, Italian, German, English
Teaching since 2004
Awarded Semi-Finalist from Schlern International Music Festival
Whether it is improving your speaking voice, working on stamina, pitch matching, or just a better singing quality, I am here to help you sing (or speak) confidently and healthily. I work with all levels and goals
Welcome to my studio! I love getting to know all of my students and helping them achieve their goals. One of my favorite things about teaching is that I can meet musicians (that's you!) at all different levels and with varying interests. Whether you want to learn to sing pop, broadway, classic
Speaks English, Spanish, French, Italian, German
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Teaches students 7 and up
Hi! I'm glad you've found my teaching profile! I'm excited to get to know you. I have been teaching for 25 years, have 2+ advanced degrees in vocal performance, and worked as a professional chorister and soloist for 16 years with the BEST ensembles in Los Angeles. I've sung with the best and that means I know how to help you go from where you are to where you want to be IN NO TIME! Come on in! Let's get started...
My passion is helping you accomplish what you want to do and get you where you want to go. I LOVE teaching and laughing and giggling with my students through every lesson. I am intensely interested in how the voice works and presents itself in each new student. * I have performed in and can teac
My 8-year-old daughter and I took lessons with Mrs. Marti together for almost a year. During that time, we progressed together from "oh Lord that's not the right pitch at all" to being able to sing beautifully harmonized duets together. My range now extends well beyond what I ever thought possible.
I highly recommend Marti for anyone who is seeking a highly qualified and extremely competent vocal coach who teaches lessons catered specifically to you and your needs. A+!
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The term “Fiddle Tune” is very broad, and can be defined several ways. It could be simply: a tune that is played on the fiddle. It could also be defined more specifically as: a short piece of traditional music with a repetitive form of at least two parts. This article will answer the question, "what are fiddle tunes?" We'll talk about what fiddle tunes are, where they’re found, and other important information about how to learn and play them. So, Just What Are Fiddle Tunes, Anyway? In …
By Alani Sugar
When it comes to playing the guitar, there are many different kinds of styles you can explore. Of course, you’ve probably heard of acoustic and guitar songs, but then there is also jazz, country, funk, and blues guitar music, among many other styles. On top of that, you may discover the world of classical guitar music. But what exactly is classical guitar music? Classical guitar music most often refers to a style of guitar music that was popular in the 1700s and 1800s. To perform this …
By Suzy S.
Learning guitar scales prepares you for the fun of playing riffs and solos. If you know your scales but you don't know how to take the next step, try one of these tips from guitar teacher James W... You have 7 notes to choose from and the following 7 steps will help you in ways you cannot even predict. Most guitar players learn the basics such as the 5 basic major scale patterns in G major and go on to learn them in the other major keys as well. Perhaps you know what a pentatonic scale is in …
By Megan L.