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Jason F.

Baltimore, MD

About Jason

I have been teaching and performing as a full time career since 1994. Over the years, I have developed an approach to teaching that is customized to the needs and interests of each of my students. I will help you set up musical goals, and then use your preferred learning style to help you achieve those goals.

*** Lesson Details ***
Musicians think, learn, and create in many different ways. Some are visual learners, preferring to learn by studying diagrams and reading notes. Others learn intuitively, simply by listening, imitating, and then creating. My objective is to find the lear
ning style which works best for each of my students. I can help you set up musical goals, and then use your preferred learning style to help you achieve those goals.

*** Specialties ***
I'm comfortable teaching any style, from bluegrass to jazz, blues, rock and metal.
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Patrick M. June 7, 2015
Guitar · In studio
Verified Student
Though I was only able to take lessons with Jason for a couple months due to an unexpected move, I was able to learn a lot from him. I came in with very little guitar experience and no background in music. His lessons are very accommodating and I felt I walked away a little bit better every time. Jason is a great guy and it is easy to share your goals and ideas for the future with him. When working with Jason it felt like a team effort in order to help me reach my goals. In the short time I took lessons with Jason I learned a lot about the guitar and I am excited to build upon the music career he helped me to start. A definite Recommendation.
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Tom H. August 26, 2014
Guitar · In studio
Verified Student
Jason is a phenomenal instructor. As an older student who is not musically inclined and is just picking up the instrument seriously for the first time, I was apprehensive about taking lessons. Jason has made the process interesting, fun, and informative.

I have only been taking lessons for a few months and beyond learning songs, Jason has given me instruction on guitar maintenance (beyond the everyday care of the instrument) and music theory. I think his holistic approach to playing the guitar really sets him apart from other instructors. I always come away from each lesson feeling that I learned something new and valuable.

Jason really caters to the individual learning styles of his students. I travel often for work and he has found ways for me to continue to learn, even if I don't have my instrument with me. He is also tremendously knowledgeable and patient. If a certain style of learning doesn't seem to be sticking, he will find new and creative ways to teach until the idea resonates with the student.

I feel very fortunate to have found Jason as an instructor. I unreservedly give him the highest of recommendations.
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April G. May 22, 2014
Guitar · In studio
Verified Student
The location is great (right by my house), his scheduling is flexible, online payment takes no time at all and perhaps best of all Jason is a great guy, very professional yet very personable and down to earth.

There is no doubt that Jason is a phenomenal guitarist. Very inspiring and encouraging. His guitar abilities are one of the best I have seen in person. Lessons are fun, interesting, and helpful. I have only been taking lessons for a little more than a couple months now, but I already see improvement.

It is great to take lessons with somebody who is both patient and encouraging at the same time. He is especially good at recognizing if the pace is getting too fast/slow and adjusting for that. I consider myself fortunate to have found such a good teacher.
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Jason F.

Pasadena, MD 21122
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$26 / 30-min
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Robert D.

Annapolis, MD

About Robert

Hey there! I've been performing music for as long as I remember. (I used to give concerts for all the family gatherings!) I've been formally performing in music for over 30 years. I have formal training and 8 years of teaching experience. I teach with positivity, patience, and perseverance and help you express the music in you!

*** Lesson Details ***
All of my lessons are customized to your needs, preferences and goals. No matter what instrument or skill level, I'll take you through the basics and help you build solid practicing fundamentals. I'll also help you develop your performa
nce and, depending on how serious you'd like to get, I can also teach you to read music and learn music theory as well! I balance learning and technical skill with fun and self-expression.

*** Studio Equipment ***
I have a dedicated music room, stocked with guitars, basses, and practice amp, keyboard and computers with recording software.

*** Travel Equipment ***
Keyboard, practice amp, and/or instrument cords. I expect the student to provide his/her own instrument, and prefer they have an amplifier for electric instruments.

*** Specialties ***
I teach in all genres, but have experience in rock, alternative, pop, jazz, and even music theater.
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Susan C. May 6, 2015
Singing · In studio
Verified Student
My 10 year old daughter has been taking singing lessons from Robert for 4 months. Her singing voice has improved immensely as well as her confidence in her own voice. She has thoroughly enjoyed each lesson with Robert and always comments on how quickly the lesson time passes by. She also talks about how much she has learned from him.
Overall we have both been thrilled with the experience of taking lessons from Robert.
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Cyn T. February 4, 2015
Guitar · In home
Verified Student
Robert is really great! Very attentive and thoughtful. Awesome teacher for my daughter.
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jason R. February 25, 2014
Singing
Patient, kind and effective teacher

I've had nothing but positive experiences with Robert! We've worked together for over a year and I can say my voice has improved as well as secondary benefits like my breathing. What I love about Robert is how he teaches, he helps my confidence, courage and faith in my abilities. In my work I use my voice everyday, often I am speaking in front of a large crowd. The lessons have really helped with speech, volume and enunciation. BTW I do all my lesson with Skype, which I believe is a great way to do it.
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Robert D.

Annapolis, MD 21409
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$27 / 30-min
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Liesl S.

Chesapeake Beach, MD

About Liesl

I graduated from Grove City College in May 2010 with a Bachelors of Music in Music Education.

I am currently on a Parental Leave of Absence from my position as Director of Choral Activities at Patuxent High School in Lusby, MD where I conducted 4 choirs, taught Guitar and AP Theory, directed the Glee Club, and served as Musical Director for the school's Spring Musical Productions.

American writer Joseph Campbell said, ”The job of an educator is to teach students to see the vitality in themselves. ” I believe that my role as your teacher and adviser is to help you find your voi
ce and connect to your instrument. Music is a universal language that takes our human experience to a higher level and I hope I can help!

*** Lesson Details ***
Music should be enjoyable, so my number one goal is to bring joy to you, the performer, and to your potential audiences. I encourage you to communicate with me about your musical preferences and goals in your role as a music student.

My lessons follow a format each week. We begin with warm ups and technique building, followed by an in depth look at grade appropriate music selections that appeal to you, the student. Through practice, you will be given the tools necessary to reach mastery on each selection with dedicated practice.

In a vocal setting, warm ups consist of breathing exercises and vocalises. I teach in depth classical technique and explore the physiological aspect of vocal production and how it relates to classical music as well as to jazz and pop genres. We will work on vowel shape, vocal placement, and breath connection that will give you the tools you need to be successful in a variety of vocal genres.

Skill building assignments will be assigned weekly to help you form good practice habits that will set you on a pass towards success!

*** Studio Equipment ***
Lessons will be held in my home where we have a digital piano available. Quiet neighborhood, available parking, one dog.

*** Specialties ***
I am currently on a Parental leave of absence from Calvert County Public Schools where I worked full time as a choral director and specialize in choral performance. My Chamber Choir girls qualified for the Maryland State Choral Festival in the Spring of 2012.

I specialize in classical singing technique.
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Nan M. March 31, 2013
Guitar
Verified Student
Liesl is a wonderful guitar teacher

Liesl is a wonderful guitar teacher, knowledgeable, and works well with new students--such as myself. I would recommend her to anyone who wants to know the basics to more in-depth musical guitar knowledge.
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Beth F. January 10, 2013
Verified Student
Motivating and Excellent Teacher

Leisl is a highly motivating instructor. I highly recommend anyone interested in guitar, voice, piano. My daughter is learning guitar for the first time and we are so impressed with the lessons.
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Roy W. October 17, 2012
Piano
Liesl easily imparts her love for music to her students.

Liesl interacted well with our 9 year old granddaughter. She kept her on point and interested in learning the various skills necessary for a new student to sight read music. Our granddaughter had had three previous teachers who gave in to her excuses for not sticking to task or practcing. Liesel is upbeat about music and imparts that to her students.
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Liesl S.

Liesl S.

Chesapeake Beach, MD 20732
(3)
starting at
$33 / 30-min
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Jan E.

Annapolis, MD

About Jan

Jan grew up playing music on the piano, singing in the local Methodist Youth Group Choir, and playing various instruments. He also studied formal music theory at the Washington Conservatory of Music. In middle and high school, he continued to participate in choral singing and played saxophone in the school jazz ensembles. Jan continued to study music theory at the collegiate level, was in three choral ensembles, and took formal vocal training. He began to learn the guitar during this time as well, and shortly after graduating in 2005, started guitar instruction. Since then, he has participate
d professionally in many local ensembles ranging in styles from modern rock to jazz and blues. He recently finished up an original music project, The Booby Traps, which performed locally and regionally, having the privilege of performing at the Purple Fiddle in West Virginia and the 4-A-Cure Fest in Bulls Run, VA; hosted by TV personality Jim Vance. They recorded at the illustrious Omega Studios in Rockville, MD, and produced a music video for an original song named ‘Cruisin’. Omega has been a recording Mecca for artists like Prince and Elton John for decades. They won the Sound Off Live competition in 2013 and were featured artists at Baltimore's esteemed Artscape Festival; a three day event boasting an estimated 300,000 attendees! In addition, Jan produced an event with the legendary NightHawks in the summer of 2014 at Bethesda Blues and Jazz Club. This fine supper club is a historic theater in the heart of Bethesda, MD recently renovated to the tune of $8 million dollars. Currently Jan is involved in an original Pop Rock group from NYC, and will be recording and touring with them in the near future!
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Michelle Harris H. March 28, 2015
Acoustic Guitar · In home
Verified Student
great teacher, I love the way he interact with my son, making sure they understand each other. he takes the time to understand how my son learns and listen to his questions. He finds the easiest way to bring the lesson across and ensure that the practice time is chosen by my son so he feels he is a part of what going on and he his responsible for his learning. I will have no reservation in recommending Jan. He is great
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Christina B. November 10, 2014
Guitar · In studio
I was Jan's previous lesson manager, and he was reliable and enthusiastic! Good with kids of all ages. Jan personalizes lessons for each student and patiently works with them to progress to their musical goal.
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Sarah K. November 5, 2014
Guitar · In studio
Jan is easy to work with and a great musician!
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Jan E.

Annapolis, MD 21401
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starting at
$20 / 30-min
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Randy W.

Odenton, MD

About Randy

I graduated the University of Houston in 1985 with a degree in Music Education specializing in percussion. Whether symphonic, pop-rock, rudimental, Scottish, Celtic or world styles I am proficient and hope to be your instructor. I have taught privately for 30 years, been a band director, performer, including producing 10 albums with my band - The Rogues - and was a member of the Hamilton Pipe Band in Houston when they were the first bagpipe band from the United States to win the World Pipe Band Competition in Grade 3. I also have experience as a drum and bugle corps instructor.
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Deb June 30, 2015
Bodhran · In studio
I met Randy many years ago when he was playing with the Rogues at the MD Renfest. He is a great teacher and taught me some bodhran basics in the little spare time he had between shows. He is very patient and encouraging. If you are interested in learning the bodhran, dumbek, djembe or full kit, I highly recommend that you seek him out.
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Pam June 30, 2015
Bodhran · In home
Being an older student with a different learning curve than younger students, Randy tailored my lessons to meet my special needs. He was patient beyond expectations when I was having trouble grasping a difficult concept. He is a true professional and dedicated to passing on his musical knowledge. I had to stop taking lessons for a while due to a broken arm, but I plan on continuing them in the future.
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Pam June 30, 2015
Drum · In home
Randy has instructed me on bass drum and bodhran, and on general drum theory. He is a rare combination: very knowledgable and highly qualified, with lots of real-world experience, AND very patient and willing to teach his students at the level they can understand.
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Randy W.

Odenton, MD 21113
(4)
starting at
$35 / 30-min

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