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Teaches students 5 and up
Teaching since 2009
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
currently working with 2
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
He really knows his music and can teach in a way that gets my son directly into actually playing music, which is exactly what I was after.
He’s really flexible and can take anything and turn it into something good.
The pace was spot-on, matching perfectly the maximum my son could understand at the time.
I think my son learnt the absolute maximum he could in that short space of time and he learned a LOT.
Speaks German, Russian, English
Teaches students 4 and up
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Experienced music teacher with nearly 10 years experience teaching students of all ages and abilities from beginner to advanced. I also have experience teaching music to students with special needs, including autism and total vision impairment. I begin accepting students at age 4 and teach students up to age 99+. With lessons from me, you'll learn to read music, develop your ear for hearing music (ear training), music theory, and technique with a goal of getting you playing your favorite style of music in the quickest time possible. I can teach you to play whatever style you wish. I can even help you learn to compose your own music! To accomplish that, I use a variety of learning aids and games to assist you in learning to read music and understand the deeper concepts of music theory. I incorporate the use of rhythm and percussion instruments to help you learn and understand the more complicated rhythms of music. I taylor my teaching style to each individual student's needs, learning ...
I grew up in a musical family. My mother was a piano teacher for 20 years, and my father could play any instrument he decided to pick up. From as young as I can remember, music was always surrounding me. I came to love it in all its forms and styles. I began playing piano when I was a little girl,
Speaks Russian, English
Teaches students 10 and up
Awarded Ima Hogg Young Artist Competition from Houston Symphony
Get ready for a truly rich and rewarding experience. Maria studied at the Moscow Conservatory with Viktor Merzhanov. She is a 4th-generation pupil of Franz Liszt and 6th-generation of Beethoven. She was one of the fortunate few (Garrick Ohlsson among them) to study with Roberto Eyzaguirre, who was a student and friend of Claudio Arrau, one of the 20th-century's greatest pianists. Arrau studied with Martin Krause, who was one of Franz Liszt's final pupils. Liszt was taught by Carl Czerny. And Beethoven was Czerny's teacher. Through this great lineage, learn an incredible technique that will enable you to play the music of your dreams!
Maria was born in Moscow, Russia. Her mother was a piano teacher and started Maria playing at 4. She studied at the legendary Moscow Conservatory with Victor Merzhanov. In the US, she won the Houston Symphony Ima Hogg Young Artist Competition and debuted with the Symphony performing Beethoven's Thi
The technique Maria teaches emphasizes using the weight of the body to produce sound while keeping the hands and arms relaxed and fluid, which not only produces a most beautiful and expressive tone, but protects the body from injury. Although similar to the Lhevinne technique, Maria’s technique takes it to higher level. Many piano teachers do not teach a technique but, in my opinion, solid technique is critical for an advanced student and best learned from the beginning.
Maria is patient and detail oriented and teaches all aspects piano with mastery. I highly recommend her.
Speaks Italian, English, Russian
bachelor's degree, voice from Curtis Institute of Music
Teaches students 5 to 60
Anastasiia S.Book Now
My name is Anastasiia and I am a Russian mezzo-soprano pursuing a masters degree at the Curtis Institute of Music.
I believe that everyone has the ability to discover the full potential of their voice. I will teach you the foundations of vocal technique to achieve full freedom of your sound to get the most natural vibration and color of your personal voice. We will focus on exercises that will prioritize and preserve the health of your voice through core training, breath exercises and vowel placement.Let’s build you a healthy instrument so you can enjoy singing as much as I do!
With beginners I will also focus on ear training and ways to learn music more efficiently.
My name is Anastasiia and I am a professional opera singer, currently finishing my masters degree at Curtis Institute of Music in Philadelphia. I recently performed at Opera Philadelphia in their production of Magic Flute, Tancredi and Carmen. I've been a studio artist at Wolf Trap Opera for 20
She is phenomenal at explaining techniques in a way that you'll understand, which is so important. I look forward to continuing to improve with her help!
Speaks Sign Language, spanish, english
Teaches students 4 to 40
Music AA from San Jacintio College
I have taught piano to all ages in beginner to intermediate.
Welcome! I am experienced in trumpet, french horn, trombone, and piano, trumpet being my main instrument, been playing both approximately over 25 years. I have an Associate degree in Music education. I have self-taught myself to sing alto, guitar, handbells, organ, and percussion for approxima
Teaches students 10 to 40
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate
Teaching since 2015
Jeremiah S.Book Now
My name is Jeremiah and I have many years experience performing and teaching the viola. My education includes a Bachelors of Arts in Music from University of the Pacific's Conservatory of music. I am currently an after school music director for an elementary school district. My lessons include a wide variety of learning targeted to your level as a viola player. Together we will assess your skill level and come up with a plan and goals for you to achieve. I am always happy to help someone learn the viola because we need more viola players in the world!
Hello prospective students, I am a current after school music teacher and have been performing Viola for 20 years. I have extensive performance experience. I have been part of California Orchestra Directors Association, Tulare Kings Merit Educators Association, University of the Pacific Conservator
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As a beginner and first meeting she is very professional and a good teacher and learned so much."
I have been taking Guitar and Ukulele lessons from Eric for over a year and a half and couldn't be happier! I am an adult student with a very busy and at times hectic life. I started taking guitar lessons with Eric as a way to relax and learn music which I love. I received a set of lessons as a birthday gift, I have truly enjoyed the lessons and Eric's teaching style ever since.
Eric has a calm demeanor and is very knowledgeable in his craft. He is patient beyond his years and is very focused and in tuned with his students. I find myself getting better with every practice and lesson due to Eric's teaching ability. He knows how to motivate and bring out the hidden talents in his students, which is extremely impressive.
Eric teaches in a comfortable and non-threatening environment. He is calm, confident and patient with his students. He understands that each student is an individual and makes the needed adjustments that benefit that student. It's obvious that Eric loves what he does and it shows in his teaching and attitude. He is upbeat and positive which makes learning from him very easy.
I have spent most of my adult life as a trainer/instructor. Eric is a great example of a teacher who knows what he is doing and cares about the progress of the student. Eric is the ideal teacher if you are interested in learning and appreciate music."
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 certified 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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