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Teaches students 8 to 80
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Music Performance from Berklee College of Music
How do you write a great song?
Start with a song you love.
Learn it, take it apart and study it from top to bottom.
Use some of what you learn and write a soundalike, or combine it with elements of other songs you know and try making something new.
Record, perform, share and reflect.
One song at a time, you figure out how the process works, and you'll shock yourself with what you write and sing.
That process gets tough, but I've been through it many dozens of times (and counting) and I'm here to share what I know and help you discover your process.
Over the last five years, I've helped students go from zero experience to finishing their first song in less than a month.
I've also helped more experienced students break plateaus in their songwriting and release singles or EPs that stand head and shoulders above their previous work.
I'd love to help you write your first song, or your best one yet- shoot me a message and we can get started!
My musical life started at the piano when I was four. I've spent the last five years helping students understand the sounds that speak to them and bring them into their own music-making. I spent my early years playing piano, then picked up the saxophone, which took me to Berklee College of Music,
Masters of Music from The University of the Arts
Teaches students 12 to 86
Teaching since 2006
Music Theory is essential for every well-rounded musician. A musician should know why something sounds good. Simple theory includes note names, reading music, melody, and rhythm. Complex theory includes how extended chord structures relate to each other, Serialism, and harmonization.
Vince first encountered music theory when he began playing trumpet and reading music. He learned the basics; notes, scales, triads, key signatures, and time signatures. Later (especially when he first studied guitar and piano), Vince studied intervals, exotic scales, and chord progressions. At college and graduate school, he formally studied advanced music theory as applied to tonal harmony, twentieth century music, and jazz.
Often, theories are built upon other theories and thus support each other. Vince teaches the basics up to more advanced theoretical concepts - to any musician regardless of instrument - how they can be successfully applied in practice.
Vince privately teaches trumpet, guitar, electric bass guitar, arranging, composition, music theory, ear training, and improvisation to students of all ages and levels. “Basically he’s the go-to cross-genre horn-blowing utility man of the Philly scene” (John Vettese, WXPN’s The Key). Vinc
Teaches students 5 and up
Vocal Music from Aaron Copland School of Music at Queens College
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate
Learn classical singing technique including breathing, diction, phrasing, musical terminology, and more.
I am a professional singer, beatboxer, audio engineer, and music director who specializes in contemporary a cappella music! I graduated from the Aaron Copland School of Music at Queens College with a Bachelor of Arts in vocal music. I’m also an experienced actor; I can help build confidence in you
Teaches students Male: 8 and up; Female: 7 and up
Child Development & Urban Environmental Policy and Planning from Tufts Univeristy
Experienced crocheter of 15+ years available for eager beginning students of all ages! I structure my lessons so students learn what they want to learn, while also building a strong foundation of basic stitches. I recommend having the following tools available to use during lessons: Crochet Hook, Yarn, Darning/Tapestry Needle.
My grandmother taught me to knit when I was 11 years old, and after taking a few years off I picked up the hobby again in my 20s. Now in my 30s I am an avid knitter - there are always several projects on my needles (I need one I can travel with, one I can do while watching TV, and usually one I'm ma
BM in Voice Performance from Eastern Illinois University
Teaching since 2015
Teaches students 10 and up
As a classically trained vocalist with undergraduate and masters degrees in vocal performance, I have well grounded classical training, but my experience in traditional and contemporary musical theatre makes me a well-rounded vocalist who is comfortable in all styles! I hope to create well rounded musicians who are not only confident singers but also have knowledge of music theory and general musicianship!
I'm a voice and piano teacher based in Charleston, Illinois but I'm surprised all the time by how quickly my students have taken to online lessons! During my time at EIU I studied a lot of opera, classical music, and musical theater, but I also find great joy in contemporary musical theater and p
Speaks Arabic, German, French, English
Master's degree in Public Affairs from Sciences Po Paris
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
My strong interest for languages oriented me towards a "Literature Baccalaureate" for which I studied - among other fields - German, English, Ancient Greek and Latin, and graduated Summa cum Laude in 2010. After high school, I went on to study for five years at Sciences Po Paris, France's elite school for social and political sciences.
Learning about the hidden history of words and the construction of sentences has always fascinated me, and I strongly believe that this is what makes the difference between a regular native speaker, and one who can actually transmit his knowledge of the language. Writing and speaking a proper french is not enough. When it comes to teaching, one has to be able to explain the "why" behind each word, idiom and grammatical rule, because that is how we remember best. Combined with a burning desire to understand movies, songs and books in their original version, this method makes wonders. Because as my best teacher once told me : “ We get into a culture ...
I'm a native of the south of France who loves everything that comes with learning and teaching a new language, ranging from basic grammar to literature, including oral conversations about pop culture. My strong interest for languages oriented me towards a "Literature Baccalaureate" for which I s
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