I have nearly thirty years of experience working with students of all ages, both in private and group settings. I have also taught in Latin America - in Spanish.
I started playing with the Suzuki method at age 5. I have been teaching cello to ages 5 to adult for over 8 years. While not a concert or symphony level player, I have been providing quality lessons and guidance to beginners and intermediate players of all ages and interest for years. As with all of my lessons, I provide a core curriculum as well as customizing to the student's needs and interest. From Bach and other Suzuki classics, to modern favorites like The Beatles or Pirates of the Caribbean.
Music lessons for all ages and levels on guitar, bass, violin, cello, ukulele, banjo and voice/singing. Private studio in downtown Redmond. I have been teaching for over 10 years, performing and recording as a singer/songwriter/guitarist for over 25 years. Berklee College of Music alumnus. All styles of guitar, classical, jazz, blues, rock, acoustic, electric. Suzuki method violin and cello as well as fiddle and folk styles. Lessons at comfortable retail location in downtown Redmond, Allegro Music Lessons.
I utilize a wide range of methods and approaches, Fiddlers Philharmonic, Mark O'Connor Method, String Basics, Jazz Philharmonic, solos & scales
I enjoy teaching jazz, classical, fiddle and pop music. I create a warm rapport with students, which helps them make progress and enjoy music along the way.
Violin and viola teacher for classical, jazz, fiddle tunes. 18 years experience teaching school orchestra, 22 years private lessons. Teach many types of learners: gifted and lots of strategies to help those with learning challenges. I lived in India for a year, so I am encouraging and supportive of multi-lingual families. I love music and enjoy the chance to share this with others. Quotes from students: “With this artful blend of soul and solid technique, Leah is able to both impress and inspire students to become ever better musicians. ”~Heather Morgan, Violist "As an adult student, Leah was both an example and an inspiration, able to fuse my prior experience in music with the intricacies of playing a new instrument. I felt encouraged and motivated to practice on my own."~Cary ...
After graduating from the Juilliard School of Music I played with the New Jersey Symphony for 3 years and then moved to Switzerland where I was Principal cellist with the Beil Orchestra. I have spent 30 years teaching cello with good success. I enjoying helping students getting better. I teach the rudiments of the bow arm, bow grip and how to change the direction of the bow.
I graduated from Juilliard (BA) and played 3 years with the New Jersey Symphony after which I moved to Europe where I was Principal cellist with a Swiss Orchestra ( Biel ). I teach the Leonard Rose bow arm technique. I believe he had the best bow arm in the business. I work with the bow arm first with beginners and advanced players to get a better bow grip, bow stroke and bow change. The rudiments are important!
I have been playing the cello since I was 11 and started teaching in 2010. I use a hybrid Suzuki method, that introduces learning music a little earlier. For more advanced cellists, we concentrate on advanced methods and etudes to refine the craft.
Hello, I'm Douglas, a 25 year-old cellist and composer living in Seattle. I have been playing cello for 14 years and have been composing for 10. I started teaching lessons in 2010 at Texas Tech University where I graduated with my Bachelor's of Music in education and composition in 2013. I then moved to Seattle to attend the Seattle Film Institute and graduated with a Master's in Film Composition in 2014. Since then, I have spent my time scoring several short films and video games, as well as writing arrangements for a video game orchestra. Feel free to check out my website. douglasyassen.com
I am a college student ready to teach cello! During the academic year I go to the Oberlin Conservatory and I will be a Junior in the Fall. I teach cello with a focus on technique. I believe that specific technical habits can greatly improve one's ability to play more efficiently and more musically. I went to high school at Roosevelt in Seattle and played in the Symphony Orchestra. My former cello teachers include Mara Finkelstein and Nathan Whittaker. At Oberlin, I study with Catharina Meints.
Hello! I am a baroque cello and viola da gamba student at the Oberlin Conservatory of music (I will be a Junior in the fall). I can teach "normal" cello lessons or I can teach baroque/historical cello lessons (that is if you happen to have a baroque cello!). If you play a "normal" cello and just want to learn more Baroque era music and how to play it well, then I would make a great teacher for you. Since I'm a college student, I can only teach lessons in Seattle over the summer, as I will be returning to Ohio in the fall. I am probably best qualified to teach beginners of any age, intermediate cellists, high school students, or college students who may be pursuing cello as a hobby.
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