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Teaching since 2016
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate
Glorie C.Book Now
I am an experienced teacher of 5 years and an experienced tutor of 3 years. I focus on conversational and grammatical Spanish as well as building conversations and working on vocabulary words.
I'm an Early Childhood Education teacher and tutor who focuses on both Spanish and English. I have experience working with children of all ages starting from preschool all the way to high schoolers. I have experience working with non-traditional school methods like Montessori and Waldorf and have ex
Teaching since 2013
Teaches Elementary, Middle School
Kayla S.Book Now
Once we figure out what level you are on...I have a creative and relaxed way of teaching math
Hi, am a native English speaker and would love to help you learn the language. I also tutor in math and other school subjects. I have tutored since I was in college. I specialize in kids, but I'm able to teach adults too. I have an open schedule so I'm flexible. Please reach out if you have any ques
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Teaches students 8 to 65
Note Reading, Modes, Arpeggios, Chord Construction, Modern Jazz Theory. Musical Pieces are used to illustrate.
I graduated Cum Laude from New York University, where I received a Bachelor of Music in Jazz Guitar Performance. I have performed all styles of music on club dates, college shows, concerts, and recording dates. I have also released a full length commercial recording of my original pop/rock music
Teaching since 2004
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Whether it is learning to read sheet music, build a repertoire, improvise solos, or learn music theory. We will put together a plan of action that is custom-tailored to your specific areas of interest! If you're not really sure but just want to be a better player, that's okay too! Students as young as 5 and older than 65 are welcome with experience levels ranging from complete beginners to prepping for professional auditions. Lessons are offered in 30, 45, and 60 minute intervals and are typically taught once per week with some students opting for twice a week or every other week depending on ambition and availability. Patrick has been teaching professionally for over 15 years and has a music degree from Berklee College of Music.
Patrick is a multi-instrumentalist whose teaching method empowers students to discover their own artistry through the vocabulary of theory, style, and musicianship. Shortly before beginning school at Berklee College of Music in Boston in 2002, Patrick began teaching private guitar lessons in his hom
Teaching since 2013
Brandi T.Book Now
Have you been struggling to master that song or are just interested in singing? I can help. I'm the eldest of 6 from a singing family. I sang in large churches my whole life and lead music for years. Everything from gospel to disney songs. Let's get you singing too!
As the eldest of 6 in a singing family, I've sang and taught my whole life. As an adult, I lead music for churches and held regular singing lessons for those that wanted to be part of the music team. I've regularly performed at churches, wedding and other events. While in college, I worked part time
Speaks German, English
Teaches students 10 and up
DMA Cello Performance from University of South Carolina
I have over 30 years of experience teaching cello. Every student has different needs; I work with you at whatever point you are at; beginners through advanced students welcome. I have a doctorate in cello. I've played cello all my life; in recent years I have learned (and can teach) 5-string cello, as well.
I recommend lessons 30 minutes in duration for beginners, particularly children. (Adult beginners can choose 30 or 45 minutes.) Students who can play longer pieces definitely need a little longer lesson so we get through everything.
I use Suzuki books for their inexpensive repertoire but I do not teach using the Suzuki method nor do I teach rote playing. I supplement these books with technique materials from Rick Mooney (Position Pieces, Thumb Position) and studies by cellist-composers of the past. If you have an interest in another area of playing, let's talk and find pieces that interest you.
I love teaching cello! I’ve spent 30+ years of my life doing it and I think I’m good at what I do. :) One of the best parts of teaching is connecting you with your dreams. I’m open to teaching music you’ll enjoy playing and I love talking about cello and my love of classical music. I’m hap
I have learnt the cello with her for over a year and a half now and I can hear that I am making progress in musical interpretation, techniques and the intonation. She’s such an awesome teacher, highly recommended!
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