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Speaks Russian, English
Awarded Bachelor of Music, summa cum laude from University of Central Florida
Teaching since 2014
I am currently teaching most piano lessons online. I am also available for a few in-person lessons in my home studio, if certain safety precautions are followed... more about that at the end of this section.
Whether your lessons are online or in person, a typical lesson with me will include things like this:
-The student plays what they have practiced, and we work on any difficult areas and techniques for playing better.
-I introduce new lesson material, asking questions to make sure my student understands.
-We work on music theory, sight reading, good posture, and helpful practice techniques.
-I expect my students to practice every day, just as I do. It is the only way to become proficient.
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For online lessons, you may use the online platform provided by TakeLessons, or we can use Zoom. Most of my students are using Zoom.
You will need to order lesson books before your first lesson. Please contact me after you sign up to discuss
My name is Melody Cook. I began learning to play the piano when I was five. My mother had a piano and some books. I loved the piano and I mostly taught myself. As an adult, I finally received professional musical instruction when I studied music at Valencia college and the University of Central
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate
Teaches students 5 and up
Teaching since 2009
currently working with 2 drum clients
Will Fletcher Instruction has been going strong since 2009. New students starting this year are doing great along w all the older, more musically advanced students. I want you to play music. I don't care how we get there as long as on your specific instrument you want to learn, you are making music.
Education from Johnson University
Teaching since 2013
Teaches students 10 and up
Want to learn bluegrass, old-time, or Irish fiddling? With 18 years playing fiddle and 10 years teaching, I have the experience to help a beginner gain basic skills or an advanced student analyze bowing patterns, moving double stops, and more. From the student who is picking up the fiddle for the first time to the fiddler who’s been playing their whole life, I hope to inspire a love for traditional fiddle music and culture.
I was first inspired to play the fiddle by my grandfather, Tom Smith. Many of my cousins started learning traditional instruments around the same time and we had a lot of fun jamming at family gatherings and at music festivals in our home state of Indiana. In 2015 I was proud to carry the family tra
Bachelors of Music : Violin Performance from Arizona State Universtiy
Teaching since 2006
Teaches students 3 to 80
With 15 years of teaching experience and over 20 years performance experience, I have dedicated my entire life to the violin and finding innovative, creative, and effective ways of teaching and learning. In my studio, students of all ages, levels, and backgrounds are welcome! I have experience teaching beginners (both child and adult) all the way to students at the university level. I strive to create lessons and materials that cater to the uniqueness of each student and their goals. A love of music and the instrument will always be at the forefront of the learning experience!
Violinist and teacher Clarice Collins has established herself as a highly respected pedagogue and versatile musician of the 21st century, with a repertoire spanning music across genres and periods. A graduate of Arizona State University, where she studied with acclaimed professor Danwen Jiang, she r
Speaks Dutch, English
Teaches students 5 and up
Guitar Institute of Technology from Musician's Institute
Whether you're a beginner or more advanced, age 5 or 500, in my experience, with even a few minutes of consistent daily practice anyone can learn music. Maybe your goal is to simply learn to play your favorite songs or maybe you want to learn to write your own music, improvise, or perform live. Li
Bachelor's Degree from William Paterson University
Awarded Deans List from William Paterson University
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Hello! I'm Dax L., As a coach, my approach is kind, down to earth, and non-judgemental, but I make sure to give constructive criticism because without it, you cannot and will not improve. I have studied with a wide array of different acting coaches. I am also a producer, director, and screenwriter. Now having finally had the privilege of being the casting director for the film I produced, I have invaluable knowledge to share with you on what to do and what not to do when auditioning (both self-tapes and in person) if you choose to make one of our lessons an industry coaching lesson. For acting coaching, I have helped actors have that "WOW it finally makes sense" moment, where they understand what they had been lacking all along.. unpredictability! In my opinion, the things an actor needs to do to stand out in an audition is be unpredictable, believable, and fully focused. I am super excited to team up with TakeLessons and I hope to be your new coach!
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Dax Lily is available for online lessons in the categories of teaching acting to beginners, teaching acting specifically for the camera, teaching actor’s and performers how to stand out on social media as well as organically grow their social media presence. Dax has been acting for over 19 years a
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If you know the V-Roys, Smokin’ Dave and the Premo Dopes, Superdrag and Dixie Dirt then you’re definitely from Knoxville, Tennessee. Even though the neighboring city Nashville is one of the country’s primary music hubs, the city of Knoxville is also a breeding ground for up-and-coming musicians and it is clear this city has its fair share of musical talent. However, we think that there is still room for someone to help place Knoxville among the top American music cities. Who knows, if you’re passionate and driven towards building a career in music then that person may just be you.
Of course for you to do that you should first ensure that you have an adequate music education. For this reason we recommend that you consider taking our Knoxville music lessons with one of our certifie
d TakeLessons music teachers. A few our music programs include the following instruments: guitar, the violin, saxophone, singing, however we offer many more. Although unlike many other music academies we also offer music lessons covering music theory, performance and recording so our students have access to a wide variety of lesson types. In addition, this allows students who take our Knoxville music lessons to develop the repertoire required to peruse a career in music. Furthermore, our skilled instructors will help to guide you along the way ensuring you have a fun, entertaining and engaging experience.
We are confident that our talented music teachers will help bring out the very best musician in you. In fact, with our TakeLessons FirstClassTM experience we guarantee it, and if we don’t meet your expectations we’ll help you find a new teacher or refund your entire purchase. So what are you waiting for? Sign up for one of our Knoxville music lessons and start your music career today.
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