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Teaching since 2017
French Major and TESOL Minor from Union University
Jasmine B.Book Now
My name is Jasmine and I'll be your English teacher!
Why you should choose me:
✔️I have more than 4 years of teaching experience in person and online!
✔️I have taught in 5 countries: Vietnam, Cambodia, France, the USA, and Morocco!
✔️I speak French (I have just recently received my DELF B2) and some Spanish which we can use if you have questions
What you should expect in class: ☆REAL PROGRESS and improvement you can notice! ☆All materials provided for you, including homework ☆Live feedback in our shared Google Doc during the session Choice of four classes: ✏️General English Course - structured lessons including all skills
Teaches students 5 and up
Teaching since 2011
Our lessons will be relaxed and fun. I take pride in tailoring my curriculum to the needs and goals of each individual student- This helps me make sure that you are learning at a pace that feels comfortable for you, yet challenging.
We will work together to develop both your musicianship and creativity. I am a firm believer in music being a healing and mind-opening practice. One of my primary goals while teaching is to give my students an outlet to express themselves in a healthy and meaningful way. Let's get started!
Topics we can focus on together:
- Strumming/finger-picking patterns
- How to sing and play at the same time
- Songwriting/Recording techniques
- Lyric Writing
- Stage Presence
- Exploring different musical genres
Hello!, My classical training began at age 10, when I started to play the viola. From there, I was able to translate my musical skills to violin, guitar, piano, voice, composition, and songwriting. Originally a biology major at SUNY Purchase College, I quickly became restless knowing that I was u
Speaks German, Swedish, Danish, Norwegian, Russian, English
Teaching since 1993
Awarded 3rd Place, Clash Of The Choirs from Clash Of The Choirs, TV4 Sweden
Highly saught-after. Some of Dan’s past students have been finalists in televised talent shows and now enjoy professional music careers. For example, Sofia Olsson, (”True Talent" Finalist, Sweden), Feridah Rose ("Denmark's Got Talent" Semi-Finalist), and Rasma Freimane ("Top Overall Vocalist", Tech Music School, London) —see videos.
Now you have an opportunity to learn from acclaimed producer, composer, pianist, and vocal coach, Dan whose resume includes studio recordings, Radio- and TV broadcasts, and concerts in venues such as the Presidential Palace of Ukraine, the Latvian Cabinet, the nationally televised talent show, ‘Clash Of The Choirs’, Christmas Spectacular, Coca-Cola Holiday Caravan, Northwest Folklife Festival, and Leavenworth’s 50th Anniversary Christmas Lighting Festival. Dan has performed in 30+ countries on four continents, and his music is available on Apple Music, Spotify, Amazon, etc.
Dan holds a Bachelor of Science and a Master of Science from Uppsala University
Highly sought-after. Some of Dan’s past students have been finalists in televised talent shows and now enjoy professional music careers. For example, Sofia Olsson, (”True Talent" Finalist, Sweden), Feridah Rose ("Denmark's Got Talent" Semi-Finalist), and Rasma Freimane ("Top Overall Vocalist", T
Teaching since 2019
Contemporary Improvisation & Music Theory from New England Conservatory
I believe that anyone deciding to learn anything about music is a beautiful thing, and I'm excited to share what I've learned with music-makers at any level. I am familiar with many styles of music and want to help you get wherever you want to go. Beginners welcome!
My approach to both playing and teaching the guitar is grounded in aural training - that is to say, using our ears to learn what it is we like most about our favorite music, and then learning how to make those sounds ourselves. I am interested in helping people learn how to ‘sound like themselves’ - to pursue their own musical interests, select their own repertoire and maybe write their own material, eventually. I am as comfortable exploring advanced questions of fretboard harmony, technique, and music theories as I am sharing the first joyous chords a beginning guitarist will learn.
As a guitarist, I have extensive experience performing jazz, rock, folk, and improvised musics. My teachers have included Joe Morris, ...
I am active as a guitarist, a singer-songwriter/producer, and a composer. I graduated from the New England Conservatory of Music in May 2019 (B.M., Contemporary Improvisation - minor in Music Theory - Pi Kappa Lambda Honors Society). I also attended Oberlin College for two years, where I took course
Speaks English, French, Gujarati, Music
Bachelor of Music (BM) from Eastman School of Music
Awarded 2004 Excellence in Performing Arts or Literature from FEZANA
Includes Algebra 1, Algebra 2 and College Algebra. Lessons may also be arranged via Skype.
Music Director of the Chicago Philharmonia Orchestra since 1985, Farobag has also served as Managing Director of the University of Chicago Performing Artists Series from 1989 through 2002 and principal conductor of its resident professional ensembles. A skilled interpreter of Baroque literature as w
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Awarded Mentorship from Society of Composers and Lyricist
Colton D.Book Now
Experienced NYU Film Scoring Professor that specializes in contemporary composition.
Here you will be able to learn a wide range of compositional styles and techniques, from classical composition to making interactive music for video games.
All ages are welcome, as the only requirement is that you have a computer and are willing to learn new material!
Not only will you learn the fundamentals of music theory, composition, and orchestration, you will also learn about the technologies needed to have a successful career in this decade!
We will be creating a lot of new music together and within two weeks you will have a professional sounding track that you can be proud of and share!
I am a Composer and Pianist based in New York City. My background as a classical and jazz trained pianist, music director, and music administrator contribute to my understanding of the collaborative nature of music-making. I work with a wide variety of media, like film, video games, and dance. I bel
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