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Awarded Yamaha Young Performing Artist Classical Saxophone Winner from Yamaha
Bachelor's of Music: Saxophone Performance from University of Minnesota
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
I teach students of all ages and abilities. I have a number of clarinet students, one of which went on to major in music education and is now a band director.
If you don't live near me, online lessons are a great alternative to in person lessons. I have had success teaching many students of various abilities and ages throughout the country and abroad online ! I have taught online students from 26 different states and 3 other countries.
I am a professional musician/teacher with over 14 years of experience teaching private lessons to students of all ages and abilities. I have a Doctorate degree in music from the University of Colorado, have two additional graduate degrees in music, from the University of Michigan and Northwestern Un
Speaks Spanish, English
Bachelor of Arts, Music and Political Studies from Bard College at Simon's Rock
I am a professional cellist with a graduate degree in music and extensive performing and teaching experience. I look forward to working with you or your child to help accomplish your goals and have fun making music! Lessons are tailored to each students needs and abilities, and I have vast experience working with students of all ages and abilities, from elementary students to college students. I teach online and in-person lessons.
I can provide private lessons for beginner-intermediate level violin and viola students who are in elementary-middle school. I also provide beginner-advanced cello lessons for students of all ages.
Jessica L. is a professional teacher and cellist with a Master of Music in Cello Performance and a Certificate in Arts Administration from the University of Colorado Boulder. Jessica holds a Bachelor of Arts from Bard College at Simon’s Rock and a Texas teaching certificate in music education. As
Speaks Spanish, English, Spanish
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate
Teaching since 1993
This is a Preschool class offered. I have taught this Rhythm and Pulse class to children as young as 1 year old and I teach up through 6 years old depending on the child.
What I work on is helping the student build Rhythm, and Pulse (or Tempo) For this age group the children are getting hands-on play with up to 15 different instruments. Each lesson reinforces each other to help the student develop what are called "Preplaying" Skills.
These skills include but are not limited to:
Fine Motor Skills
Gross Motor Skills
And SO MUCH MORE.
My name is Gabriel. I have been playing and teaching for over 35 years both piano and Voice, Theater, Songwriting, Film, Stage Acting and so much more. As a Music Major and Christian Education major at Johnson Bible College. As a Student you will find that learning to play and sing can be fun a
Speaks Spanish, English
Teaching since 2003
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate
I have been a musician for 29yrs. with Alto Sax being my Primary Instrument. Being a Woodwind player I also play Flute, Clarinet, Trumpet, Trombone, Baritone, Tuba, and Percussion. I have performed in many large/medium/small venues with many Bands and Ensembles throughout my career. I have also, been a Georgia Certified Teacher, member of Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia Fraternity, and member of the Music Educators National Conference for 14yrs. Most recently as an educator in Clayton County I performed with other musicians at a County production of "The Wiz".
I have lead others and taught them before ever having my own classroom as a leader in High School and College. It has greatly pleased me that my students have had many accomplishments in many groups. These vary from various Honors Bands, the Atlanta Youth Symphony Orchestra, and many High Valued Sch
B.A. Music from California Polytechnic State University
Teaches students 7 and up
Teaching since 2005
After years of playing, I know how to break down the guitar and teach it to anyone willing to learn. I take the 80/20 approach to learning guitar and will get you up and playing in no time. Lessons will teach you the following:
* songs you actually want to play
* how to read music and guitar tablature
* chords and progressions
* music theory
* guitar technique for all styles to make you a well-rounded player
* learn how to write your own tunes and jam in any style with anyone
Like most guitarists, I had always wanted to play the guitar as a little kid. Luckily, my parents finally caved to the request (ok ok, incessant begging) and I began my guitar journey at the age of 11. After now 20 years of playing and 12 years of teaching, I am excited to share my experience and th
Teaches students 5 and up
Music Education - Instrumental from Florida State University
Teaching since 2021
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Learn basic to intermediate music theory fast! My lessons are very easy to understand and I provide tools for my students to carry on in not just music, but all subjects.
Hello! I provide informative lessons for beginners and intermediate players for all ages. I have been studying the bass for 8 years. I specialize in classical playing. I have a passion for not only playing, but teaching the bass! While I only teach classical bass, I love all genres of music!
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