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Megan M.

Gaffney, SC

About Megan

I love teaching ALL ages, from beginners to professionals. Because EVERYONE can sing. Yes, everyone.

I have experience working with all styles of singing, though my expertise is in Classical and Broadway.

I offer private lessons beginning at age 7, and I love to offer classes for younger children when I have enough interest.

I have many versatile strategies and offer a unique approach to singing that promotes self awareness, improved posture, and many other benefits beyond merely learning to sing!!!

***In-Home Lesson Equipment***
If you are interested in in-home lessons, you mus
t have a piano or keyboard (5-octave minimum) in your home, as well as a music stand. All other equipment will be provided by the instructor.
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Megan M.

Megan M.

Greenville, SC 29615
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$20 / 30-min
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Michael Z.

Spartanburg, SC

About Michael

Play Guitar All Over The Fret Board! For Guitarists of all ages who are beginning, advanced and even for professionals playing by ear, who want to understand the theory behind playing all over the fret board. I am teaching my own eye opening method (book in the works) that will guarantee success in short time if you are willing to learn I am not teaching a particular genre - once you understand my method you may come up with your own!
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Michael Z.

Michael Z.

Spartanburg, SC 29307
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$35 / 60-min
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Jonathan D.

Greenville, SC

About Jonathan

Jonathan is available for in-studio and online lessons and coaching.

"If it sounds good, it is good."

Jonathan has a BA and MMus in voice performance and has been teaching privately and in schools for well over 15 years. He currently holds an adjunct professorship at Anderson University. In addition to private voice, piano, and instrumental instruction Jonathan has taught bands and choirs on multiple levels for 12 years. Jonathan's breath of experience has enabled him to develop an understanding of common learning traits.

"If a student isn't having fun, I'm doing something wrong"

Jonathan is comfortable teaching students of all ages including special needs students, and he has developed a practice message that devils the efficiency of each hour of practice time.

"Practice makes permanent."
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Jaelan C. June 18, 2015
Singing · In studio
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Very clean and cooperative instructor
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Jonathan D.

Jonathan D.

Greenville, SC 29615
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$30 / 30-min
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Matthew W.

Greenville, SC

About Matthew

Percussionist, Timpanist and Drummer
Pre-College Division at Carnegie Mellon University
Undergrad Studies at Slippery Rock University
Post Grad Studies at the Brevard Music Center
Teachers
Timothy K. Adams Jr. - Former Principal Timpanist of The Pittsburgh Symphony
Orchestra
Jack DiLanni - Pittsburgh Civic Light Opera (CLO), Pittsburgh Ballet and Opera
Orchestra
Paul Evans - Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra Extra, River City Brass Band
David Glover - Drum set and Percussion professor, Slippery Rock University
Conrad Alexander - Percussion professor, Ithaca College
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Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra, Long Bay Symphony, Butler Symphony
Orchestra, McKeesport Symphony, Pittsburgh Civic Orchestra, Pittsburgh
Philharmonic, Greenville Symphony (PA) and Wilmington Symphony Orchestra.
Celebrity Cruises - Reading Drummer on Millennium Ship
Over 50 Broadway shows in the Greater Pittsburgh Area as a Drummer and/ or
Percussionist/ Assistant Musical Director
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Matthew W.

Matthew W.

Greenville, SC 29615
starting at
$20 / 30-min
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Shurajit G.

Greenville, SC

About Shurajit

Shurajit Gopal, a professional Carnatic Music Vocalist, hails from the culturally rich city of Chennai (Madras) in Tamil Nadu, South India.

He has had training in South Indian Classical Carnatic Vocal Music for over 18 years from five maestros in Carnatic Music.

He began his initial training, along with his sister, at the age of 7 from his mother Smt. Meenalochani Gopalakrishnan, who is a prodigy in Carnatic Music herself. Shurajit then learnt music from Shri. Baluswamy Dikshitar, Shri. Ramnath Sharma, Shri. Pattamadai S. Krishnan, and Shri. T. K. Padmanabhan.

Shurajit sings for live
Bharatanatyam dance recitals as well.

He now imparts training in Vocal Carnatic Music and Bhajans to beginners and advanced level children and adults in the South Carolina Upstate as well as online Skype and FaceTime. His specialty in teaching music is the personalized and customized approach that he has for students according to every student's learning pace and ability.
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Koriander July 3, 2015
Indian Classical Vocal Music · In studio
Shurajit is an expert in the venerable tradition of Carnatic music. He takes care to make sure that I'm doing things correctly, whether it is sight reading, pronunciation, counting talam and, of course, vocal rendition. He will never cut corners! Yet all is done in a spirit of joy and respect for the student whatever their cultural background or level. As an adult student, born in the US, who had no prior experience with Carnatic vocals, I find that the challenge of learning this rich and complex music is exciting and fun. I have deep respect for the spiritual traditions with which it is infused. Shurajit is an excellent communicator, he cares about his students, and he enjoys teaching. I highly recommend Shurajit as your first call if you are thinking about lessons for your child or for yourself.
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Venkatesh June 29, 2015
Indian Classical Vocal Music · In home
Shurajit Gopal is by far the best Carnatic vocalist and teacher in South Carolina, perhaps the best in the Southeast of US. I live in Columbia, SC but I drive to Greenville every weekend to learn Carnatic vocal music from him. Although he offers Skype lessons for remote learners, face 2 face lessons is invaluable and worth every bit of it. Shurajit gives his all to a dedicated, devoted student and takes a very personal interest in the student's technical development. He makes sure that the student never goes off key and that he/she maintains clockwork precision on Talam. Shurajit makes learning Sangathi-variations so much fun. Sometimes when the variations don't land on the beat as it is supposed to, he devices creative methods so students are able to pick it up. It's like the American Idiom "there are multiple ways to skin a cat". Furthermore, I admire Shurajit because he is very personable and approachable. If you desire to be an "authentic" carnatic singer, @shurajit is the place to go.

-Venkatesh
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shinoo June 28, 2015
Indian Classical Vocal Music · In studio
my daughter and I had classical training for 4 years and really enjoyed his lessons, we learned a lot of songs and learned how to sing, my daughter being young benefited more and every time she auditioned for a musical , she ended up with the lead role!. I highly recommend anyone who wants to sing or wants to train their voice to consider him, the kids love him and so do the adults -he is a great teacher and wonderful person to know!
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Shurajit G.

Shurajit G.

Greenville, SC 29615
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