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Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Teaches students 8 and up
Awarded NAMED Music Scholarship from Northeastern Illinois University
Playing country music is blast. My favorite artists to teach are Vince Gill, Willie Nelson Emmylou Harris and Chet Atkins, but I teach contemporary country music as well.
We’ll go into style specific rhythm and lead playing as well as learn to play some of your favorite country songs note for note.
Henry is a guitarist who is an active performer and teacher in Chicago. He has played with Grammy winning musicians, popular wedding/corporate bands, local independent artists, award winning musicals, and played many solo guitar concerts for restaurants and private events. Henry plays and teaches
Speaks Hebrew, English
B.A Mus from The Newschool for Jazz
Awarded Jazz performance award 2014 from America Israel Cultural Foundation
As someone who suffered a lot from stage fear and anxiety in auditions or concerts, throughout the years I've explored different ways to control my reactions to stress and fear with the help of the knowledge I've acquired through my studies in psychology, meditation and Alexander technique.
I'm really passionate about sharing this knowledge and helping other people preparing best for a focused and relaxed audition which is a key for success in performance world!
An award-winning Jazz violinist and a graduate of The Newschool of Jazz, I would love to offer you my unique approach to learning this incredible and versatile instrument. Through ear training and improvisation we will learn how to master the instrument whether you're interested in playing classica
Speaks Spanish, Filipino (Tagalog)
Bachelor of Music in Voice Performance from California State University, Long Beach
Teaches students 7 to 60
I believe that learning music is one of the greatest gifts that people can obtain and achieve in life, because if builds self-confidence, provide happiness to ourselves, and appreciate different cultures. Through singing, it has the power to touch the empathy of people through communication of words as singers deliver these texts within their sounding voice.
Having the talents in music is not predetermined whether you have them or you don’t, but I firmly believed that musical talent is a skill that can be learned and enriched. Through hard work and practice, I do agree that everyone can achieve these skills and become an exceptional musician. It is in my environment as a voice instructor to encourage and uplift my students through the very best of their capability by learning wide variety of songs while maintaining healthy vocal production throughout their instructions.
Through my previous mentors, I had received voice instructions with intense and thorough understanding of ...
I am a Classical-Trained Singer and Scholar based in the Southern California area. I am an active performer in the concert and opera theatre stages across the United States. I graduated with a Master of Music in the Historical Informed Performance with an emphasis in Voice at the Longy School of Mu
Speaks Spanish, Italian, Portuguese
Teaches students 8 and up
Diploma in Professional Music from Berklee College of Music
I like to show my students how the guitar can be a small orchestra. The possibilities of sounds and colors that it can provide is unknown to other instruments and that is what makes it so great. Unlike the piano where a small hammer hits the strings or the violin where the bow frictions them, we have to produce the entire sound on the guitar with our own hands. The process is more personal and, even though it can be harsh at times, it is always satisfying. I also try to bring a more creative part of music when studying the instrument, which keeps classes more dynamic and interesting. I bring my own experiences so that the students can relate in different levels of difficulty.
I'm a professional guitarist, composer and arranger. I graduated from Berklee College of Music with a Diploma in Professional Music. I started playing electric guitar and then expanded also to the classical guitar, which has broaden extensively my approach to different styles of music. Each styl
Music Education from Towson University
Teaches students 9 to 30
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate
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Towson Music Ed major with a focus in jazz and Commercial guitar with performance experience in a variety of different settings and genres such as jazz, alternative, funk, emo, rock, etc. One on one and classroom teaching experience.
Learn how to play the songs you've always wanted to
Develop your ear in order to play songs you hear on the spot!
Apply theory and learn the inner workings of a variety of songs and tunes
You will receive student specific lesson plans and hand outs free of charge to help improve your playing
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Hello! my name is Quinton and im a jazz guitarist and music instructor operating out of Baltimore, MD. Groups and ensembles i've performed with include the AACC small jazz combo as well as my own trio who has played at numerous locations across Maryland including Fort Meade, 49 west, and numerous
Teaching since 2015
Teaches students 5 to 75
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I have been a professional guitarist for the past 7 years, but am still young enough to remember what it was like to begin! I absolutely love music and love getting the opportunity to share it with others! Lessons with me will be fun, motivating, and questions are always welcomed! I teach at a pace that matches you and will get you playing the music you love! I'm excited to work with you!
Hello! I've been a professional guitarist for the last 7 years! I absolutely love music and thoroughly enjoy sharing it with others! Helping students reach their guitar goals and grow as musicians is a great passion of mine! I teach at a pace that will match you and questions are always welcomed! I
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I have taken about a dozen voice lessons with Asuka over the past two months. She helped me successfully audition for a the Oratorio Society of New York (a well known large chorus in NYC) and then once I was in the chorus helped me learn a very difficult choral piece by Mendelssohn and also the Mozart Requiem. Asuka is a FANTASTIC voice teacher!! She understands how the voice works and how you can improve your vocal technique, and is able to convey that to you. Most importantly, she is incredibly kind, supportive, encouraging and positive. Several times I was quite frustrated and discouraged and she always stayed cheerful and told me not to worry or give up. Without her I would not have made the chorus or learned the music as well as I did. I recommend her VERY HIGHLY!!!"
In the time I have been studying with Tim, I have done more than I thought I ever could. I went from a frustrated beginner guitar player to having enough confidence to play on stage with some of Tim’s other students and I am now looking forward to what I will be able to do on the guitar instead of being frustrated with what I can’t do.
Tim is a talented and passionate musician as well as a knowledgeable and very relatable instructor which is a rare combination and he's also a really great guy and any student of any age or ability will benefit from studying with him."
He gave me exercises I could practice at home."
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