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Zero travel time is great for a busy schedule.
Typically priced lower than local lessons.
Online students stick with lessons as long as local students.
I have greatly enjoyed Melanie's investment with my child. She has loved taking lessons as well as learning the art of singing and songw
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Guitar: Almost all styles: electric and acoustic; Jazz, Rock, Blues, Fingerstyle, Folk, Bluegrass, Lap Steel and Slide too!
Songwriting: I know, no one can actually teach songwriting; but i can help you with yours-song form, rhyming, harmony and more.
Studio Production and Techniques: Understanding your DAW, FX Plugins, mixing, mastering and more.
I am currently also a freelance musician in Nashville, TN. You may see me playing various instruments in my own group “Mary & Your Choice of Sides” or other groups such as: A Man Called Stu, the Highjivers, The Bullhorn Boys, The Zimmerman Twins, The Willies, Bailey Dee, Paul Burch, Woody Pines, Art Adams, The Dead Man’s Carnival, Jane Rose & the Dead End Boys, Lane Kristian, etc.
*** Studio Equipment ***
Bring your own saxopho
Studio has keyboard, chairs, stand, stereo.
*** Specialties ***
Technique and sight-reading
Training for WSMA Solo & Ensemble competitions, auditions preparation, college entrance auditions, college scholarship auditions
Specific application of theory to various styles of music including jazz, blues, rock, americana, R&B, dixieland, swing, ska, etc.
Performance confidence coaching
· Flute · In studio
· Piano · In studio
Unfortunately, I had to cancel the rest of my lessons with Mary because I was becoming too busy with work to stay committed to my lessons and practice. If I ever take lessons again I'll definitely sign up with Mary again, zero complaints.
· Clarinet · In studio
When you sign up for lessons, you'll fill out a question sheet of what your goals are, what your favorite types of music, and your experience. Then I will customize your lessons to accomplish your goals in the shortest amount of time. You will be working on 4-5 things per week which includes: 1. Te
I have a very high retention rate with my students with an average of 4 or more years, but I have LIMITED available of spots available. Sign up today! Lessons are first come, first serve!
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(for ages five and up))
I teach a variety of styles from classical to popular music. Whether you want to learn Bach or Alicia Keys, our teachers are happy to help you become the pianist you want to be. I will show you the fundamentals of sight reading, technique and theory, but they will also incorporate your favorite songs into your lessons. You do not have to have a piano at home to take lessons. A simple full size electronic keyboard will suffice for the first 6 months. We do recommend you also to consider renting a piano at a piano renting store. I have warm personalities and enjoy sharing their love for the piano with you.
Helping students achieve goals regarding musical technique, personal creativity, and self confidence is a personal mission for Caleb and loves to teach in a personal, hands on approach.
· Banjo · In studio
· Ukulele · In studio
· Banjo · Online
Tim began playing harmonica at the age of thirteen. In addition to the guidance and nurturing he received from his musical family, Tim studied with harmonica greats Cary Bell and Jerry Portnoy. He also completed courses in music while earning his bachelor’s degree with honors from Kent State University in Ohio. In addition to harmonica, Tim is a fine singer, songwriter and guitarist. An expert blues player, he is also accomplished in the folk, rock and country genres. Before moving to Nashville in 2015, Tim was regarded as one of the finest harmonica players in New England.
· Harmonica · In studio
· Harmonica · In studio
· Harmonica · Online
That is not to say that he is not constantly challenging you. But he does it in a way all great teachers do; he communicates efficiently and effectively. Hence, it's pretty easy, if you put in the time, to make incredible strides with your harp playing. Highly recommend signing up!
My name is Michelle Knopick. I am a graduate from Belmont University with a Bachelors in Commercial Voice and an emphasis in Music Business. I also have an Associates degree in Music. Belmont is one of the top five most prestigious music schools in the country.If you're wondering what "Commercial Voice" is, it is the vocal study of all genres of popular music, for example pop, rock, country, R&B, Folk, Americana, etc. I am classically trained before studying different genres. Along with my vocal training, I have studied songwriting and the music business. I am very passionate about artist development and am willing to help in all aspects besides just voice and songwriting. I can help with branding, marketing, and helping you find your own sound. I can teach basic rhythm guitar and music theory for those interested. Growing up,
· Vocal Training · Online
I love music and seeing people grow, so getting to teach students how to engage in something that is so dear to me is an absolute joy. I have been playing music for over 10 years and teaching private lessons since 2014. My professional performance experience includes solo guitar gigs, rock band shows, musical theatre pit work, dance band playing, plus various gigs in Nashville, around the Eastern United States, and even in Scotland!
I do my best to make lessons relaxed. I don't ever want a student to be nervous for a lesson with me because they did not practice as much as they think they should. While I encourage as much practice as possible, I car
I graduated from Belmont University in the Spring of 2018 with a degree in Commercial Music, so I have had the "conservatory training" in regards to theory, and music history, but before college I was largely a self taught player and am now a professionally performing musician here in Nashville. My primary goal with any student will be first to help a student achieve their goals, but ultimately to teach each student to think for themselves on their instruments so that they can go on learning for the rest of their lives.
· Guitar · In studio
· Mandolin · In studio
· Guitar · In studio
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Upon graduating high school, Sam moved to Danbury, CT, where he pursued and obtained a Bachelor of Music in Jazz Studies at Western Connecticut State University. At WCSU, he studies privately with Dave Scott, and Jumaan
Over the years, Sam was also fortunate enough to build a relationship with Los Angeles studio legend Wayne Bergeron, who has helped further develop his abilities on the trumpet.
A May 2018 graduate of WCSU, Sam just touched down in Nashville, TN, hoping to continue a career as a trumpeter, teacher, composer, and arranger.
Visit me online at SWMerrillMusic.com! I look forward to working with you.
In the past 10+ years, I have performed with and recorded for upwards of 25 different bands and artists, toured the US numerous times, and currently play drums for a well-known Warner Brothers Records pop-artist and producer, with over 8 million album streams.
I use the PASS teaching system.
P.A.S.S. stands for Placement, Accent, Sticking, and Subdivision.
I use this system to develop the tools a student will need to learn, write, perform and record in any playing situation, regardless of musical genre.
I also spend time with each student working on click-track training, music theory, hand technique, proper drumming posture, melodic drumming concepts, how to think creativity on the drum kit, and
I teach my students how to play for the song they're playing and the band they're playing it with--rather than for themselves.
My goal is to get drummers on the kit, performing confidently and capably as quickly as possible, without cutting corners or ignoring their individual needs and interests.
I am passionate about music and sharing the joy of playing drums with up and coming drummers of all ages.
I was homeschooled my entire life, and love including the concepts I learned during my school years in my teaching.
This means getting to know each of my students and their individual interests so that I can put together lesson plans that are tailored specifically for each one of them.
Tailoring lessons to the individual is extremely important when attempting to keep the student excited and interested in music as the more difficult and "boring" aspects of learning an instrument arise.
My goal is to see my students leaving each lesson more excited and passionate about drumming than when they began.
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One of the most satisfying skills you can ever learn is mastering a musical instrument. Whether its a skill you pick up in school, or youve come to it later in life, the sense of achievement youll get from mastering anything from simple folk tunes to complex sonatas and studies by the great masters is almost without equal. The social element of music has been part of our society since civilization began, and without a doubt, music is the only truly international language, existing in every … Read More
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