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My goal is to help you unlock your full musical potential by tailoring your lesson experience to your unique interests and goals. Your lessons will be a balance of technique and creativity. My studio is equipped with pro sound gear
I encourage all of my students to read standard notation, but it isn't necessary if you would prefer to learn by ear.
*** Specialties ***
-I'm comfortable teaching most styles, including R&B, Jazz, Blues, Gospel, Funk, Rock and Metal. I try to encourage all students to learn the basics of music theory, so you can understand the music you learn.
-I use a wide range of method books. I also use books that I have authored, which have been used in music programs in Baltimore area private schools and charter schools.
Verified Student · Bass Guitar · In studio
Verified Student · Bass Guitar · In home
Verified Student · Acoustic Guitar · Online
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Graduates of my studio have been admitted to prestigious conservatories such as Oberlin Conservatory, Manhattan School of Music, Rutgers Mason Gross School of Music and others and have won many competitions thr
I have a deep love and appreciation for music and I enjoy teaching my student (from beginners to very advanced or adults). All levels are welcome! My studio is geared towards the motivated student seeking a well-rounded enjoyable, yet detailed, music education that focuses on both excellence and artistry.
Special emphasis is placed on building and maintaining a strong classical music base, which is the foundation for all other styles and techniques found in music. Additionally, students are exposed to learning concepts in ear training, sight singing, music theory, music history, folk music and improvisation. This enables students to be exposed to other areas of music such as composing, arranging, conducting, etc., thereby giving each student the unique opportunity to branch out and explore endless opportunities.
All teaching is conducted in a supportive yet challenging environment. Each student is encouraged to think for themselves and develop their own judgment through the development of their ear and musical comprehension.
Student recitals I arranged once or twice a year to showcase my students talent and progress and encourage their love for music.
I also organize other activities for my students such as Master classes and Music mind games (for younger students). I have a group class "Building music and memory skills" designated for children age 4 to 6 (children learn basic concepts in music theory and ear training before starting playing an instrument).
I offer a half hour lesson for beginners, a 45 min. lesson for intermediate an an hour lesson for intermediate to advanced students. Above all, I strongly encourage enjoyment of music.
Music should be played from the heart with passion and excitement.
WHEN YOU START TAKING LESSONS YOU WILL NEED:
a violin with bow and strings in playing condition, rosin, a kun shoulder rest (the right size for your instrument) and a music stand - see chart bellow for the right size violin and bow or contact me for the best way to measure your child.
4/4 (Full Size)-11 years to adult
3/4 violin and bow- 10 to 11 years
1/2 violin and bow- 8 to 9 years
1/4 violin and bow- 6 to 7 years
1/8 violin and bow- 5 to 6 years
1/10 violin and bow- 4 to 5 years
1/16 violin- 3 to 4 years ( average kids)
1/32 violin and bow- 3 to 4 years (petite kids)
If you have any questions please contact TakeLessons.
Verified Student · Violin · Online
Verified Student · Violin · In home
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My name is Travis, and I have been playing trumpet for 17 years. I have been teaching for 8. I love working with new students, and became more focused on private lessons during my Sophomore year in college. Speaking of which, I earned a Bachelors of Music in Trumpet performance from the University of Maryland College Park.
While there, I played with the Wind Orchestra, Symphonic Orchestra and Jazz Band. I am also a regular performer with the Prince Georges Phil Harmonic.
As each student is different, so is my technique and teaching method. Generally, I have students work
Verified Student · Piano · In studio
Verified Student · Trumpet · In home
Verified Student · Piano · In home
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I also tutor in the Humanities, with a specialization in Creative Writing, vocabulary and grammar. Whether I'm helping students raise their grades, teaching them American Sign Language, or helping them master vocals, guitar and keyboards, it's always a great privilege!
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Studying in London under a full scholarship to the Royal Academy of Music, Guy takes a unique approach to teaching trumpet. At the Academy, he was a student of Rod Franks (principal of the London Symphony), Mark David (principal of the Philharmonia), James Watson (former principal of the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra and Covent Garden Opera), Howar
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