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My lessons plan is detailed and I use affective methods such as recording. At the end of every lesson, we video/
*** Studio Equipment ***
Studio room, guitar, recording equipment, seating for parents.
*** Travel Equipment ***
I provide a guitar
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Hard Rock, Blues, Country, Metal, and R&B.
I have played 1,000 shows over the years and using the skills I've learned and developed I've only had to cancel 2 shows because of losing my voice.
· Singing · In studio
He kept her engaged the whole time and she really enjoyed what she was learning. She can't wait for her next lesson with him!
· Guitar · In studio
· Guitar · In studio
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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'm so excited to be in Music City! I just moved to Nashville from New York City where I worked with Broadway performers and kids auditioning for some of the most competitive performance schools in the country. I'm confident I can help you achieve your music goals, whether they be learning to produce a powerful, resonate, healthy sound with your voice, becoming proficient in piano from everything from Bach to Billy Joel, or writing clear, catchy songs that will have a big impact on an audience.
Please check out my bio below and feel free to ask me any questions about lessons with the "Ask a Question" button.
Hope to be working with you very soon!
Natalie is a composer/lyricist, pianist, vocalist, and music educator born in Irving, TX and raised in Annapolis, MD. She has a Master of Music in mus
In addition to music, Natalie has also studied child and adolescent development, psychology, and music education. She has been teaching music students of all ages privately and in classrooms since 2006. She personalizes her instruction to fit the learning style of each student, focusing on technique, theory, and repertoire while making sure the student does not lose his or her love of music in the process.
As a composer, she has written for both the piano and the stage and is listed in The Directory of Contemporary Musical Theater Writers at Contemporary Musical Theater.com. She wrote the music, book and lyrics to Deployed, which premiered off-off Broadway at the Abingdon Theatre Company in November 2013 and played again at the Gene Frankel Theatre in January 2014 to sold-out audiences. It was featured in the Musical Theater Factory’s 4x15 in March 2015 and continues to be developed. Other work includes: Hall Pass ("Flyers and Fryers," Grace Church School, produced by Blake McCarthy), The Big C (songs, Dramatists Guild), "Performance Anxiety" (music/lyrics, The Flea Theatre, Raw Impressions Musical Theatre Marathon),The Music of Natalie (The Duplex), and "Movement to Contact" (score, Veteran Artist Program PSA). She has served as rehearsal pianist for the New York Musical Theatre Festival, and accompanist and music director for NYU’s Tisch School for the Arts.
· Songwriting · Online
· Piano · In home
· Singing · Online
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
I play the banjo, do all forms of arts, and have a never-dying crave for traveling. I lived in Brazil and Finland for a little while. I have a talent in learning new languages and am passionate about teaching them.
I have taught Chinese to people of all age. I specialize in teaching listening and speaking. If you would like to take lessons with me in person, then I am good at teaching reading and writing as well. My strength is in my patience for my students. I understand that learning a new language, especially Chinese, is not an overnight progress. As a language learner myself, I emphasize with the frustration, yet the excitement of learning the language and the cultu
So trust me! Let yourself or your child be in good hands.
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· Mandarin · 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.
· Mandolin · In studio
· Guitar · In studio
· Acoustic Guitar · In studio
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I'm an architect, wanting to share some of my harp and french skills with you.
I come from a familly of musicians, my siblings and I use to play together.
In the recent years, when I was no more taking harp lessons, i played in a university simphonic orchestra, wonderfull!
I recently tought my husband french who never took any french class, and I think any of you could do it!
I'm known to be very nice, but also determined and disciplined in my work.
Looking forward to meeting you!
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· Clarinet · In home
Music is a wonderful way to convey emotions that can't simply be put into words as well as a great way to express yourself. My goal is to help you build confidence to feel like the best version of YOU and to build healthy, lasting habits so that you might be able to sing or play for your whole life.
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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Looking for a pick me up? Music teacher Willy M. put this great list of easy ukulele songs together that are sure to turn your frown upside down... Ive had bad days; youve had bad days, it seems that sometimes theres no escaping them. Its like the wise sage once said, it rains on the just and the unjust. Well, you can sit around and sulk, eat a pint of ice cream and watch movies that make you cry your eyes out, or you can learn these five easy ukulele songs that will brighten any … Read More
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