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Bryan P.

Boston, MA

About Bryan

Bryan, countertenor, graduated magna cum laude from the University of California, Irvine with his Masters in Fine Arts, vocal performance in 2013. In 2010 he received his Bachelors in Music from East Carolina University in vocal performance. He received vocal instruction from Dr. Darryl Taylor, Dr. Louise Toppin, and John Kramar. His piano instructors were Dr. Keiko Sekino and Rebecca Miller. He has performed in over thirteen fully-staged operatic productions and five fully-staged musical theater productions. Bryan will start work in the Fall on his Doctorate of Musical Arts in vocal perfo
rmance at Boston University.

Bryan has traveled extensively during his career throughout the U.S. as well as England, Austria, Italy, Turkey, Canada, and the Czech Republic. He has a firm knowledge of German, Italian, and French vocal repertory, diction, and languages while specializing in English diction for the non-native speaker and/or singer.

For the past three years Bryan has held his own music studio in Orange County, CA. While there he taught over thirty students (Ages 5-45+) voice and piano privately. Additionally he taught as a TA for UC Irvine int he subjects of Music Theory, Voice Performance, and an introductory music course for non-majors.
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Ted S. April 14, 2015
Singing · In studio
Verified Student
Bryan has been great to work with. He has a lot of patience, which is important for someone like me who has a very limited musical background. He is clearly well educated in singing and is able to impart his knowledge to his students. I believe that anyone who takes lessons with him has the potential to greatly improve.
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cathy L. November 23, 2014
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Bryan's concentration & stick-to-it-iveness is amazingly good!
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Bryan P.

Bryan P.

Waltham, MA 02452
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$32 / 30-min
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Christien B.

Waltham, MA

About Christien

Hi! I recently earned a degree in Early Music Voice from the Longy School of Music of Bard College, and have studied voice with private teachers intermittently over the past two decades. I would like to aid those students who are interested in learning about music from medieval, Renaissance, and Baroque periods.

I also have a Master's in Cello Performance, and can teach cello at the beginner to upper intermediate level! My experience in teaching is with modern (standard) cello, but I can also teach the basics of baroque cello (with gut strings and a baroque bow). Gut strings can be finicky
, but their sound is warm and expressive. If you are interested to know more, just drop me a note! Another instrument I can teach is the Viola da Gamba, a very interesting early 6- or 7-string instrument with gut strings. (That's the instrument I'm holding in my profile picture!) This instrument is a bit like a cello crossed with a guitar. It's played with a bow, but the neck has frets. Playing the "gamba" (or "viol") can be a gymnastics workout for the left hand, but once you get the hang of it, you can play beautiful chords. This is the instrument that is featured in the French film "Tous les matins du monde".

Aside from music, I have taught English as a Foreign and Second Language (in Bulgaria with Peace Corps, in New Mexico with Berlitz, at the U. of New Mexico). I would be very pleased to help students of any age with reading, listening comprehension, and writing!
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Itai September 1, 2016
Cello · In home
Verified Student
Christien is a wonderful teacher! She is patient, caring, interesting and generally great with kids. It was pleasure to have her as our 8 y/o daughter's first cello teacher.
Thank you!
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Josie June 28, 2016
Cello · In home
Verified Student
Christien is a fantastic instructor!
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Sofia April 7, 2016
Cello · In studio
Verified Student
She is excellent, my daughter loves her lessons. I have noticed a lot of improvement. Highly recommended.
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Christien B.

Christien B.

Waltham, MA 02453
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Paloma P.

Brookline, MA

About Paloma

Hola! I am Paloma, I am from Spain and I have been living in Boston for the past three years. I am currently in the Pd.D. Program in Spanish at Boston Universty, where I am also an instructor of Spanish.
I have tutored students since I was an undergrad. Prior to moving to the States I completed a Master in Education at the University of Zaragoza and I taught in a Spanish high school.

I love teaching Spanish and the culture(s) that come with it. If you are thinking about starting the language, you want to improve your grammar and vocabulary or you would like to become more fluent, we can
work together!
I also love teaching to children.
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Sharon R. November 6, 2016
Spanish · Online
Verified Student
I had such an amazing first lesson, i cant wait to meet again next week. .
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elizabeth September 25, 2016
Spanish · Online
Verified Student
Very helpful and tailored lesson to my needs.
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Aline May 28, 2016
Spanish · Online
You should definitively choose Paloma as your spanish teacher ! Her classes are great and really motivating, she adapts all the classes to your needs. I learned the basics of spanish very quickly thanks to her teaching skills, even though I had no experience with spanish.
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Paloma P.

Paloma P.

Brookline, MA 02446
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$50 / 45-min
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Michael G.

Lexington, MA

About Michael

I graduated with a 4.0 from Lexington High School, one of the top public high schools in the country. I got a 2380 out of 2400 on the SAT and did very well on AP tests and the SAT Subject Tests. I attended Harvard College where I graduated with a 3.98 GPA and a major in Economics. I now run a tech startup which makes educational apps for patients at hospitals. I am a good listener and work to personalize my teaching so each student gets the most out of it. If you work with me once, I think you'll see I'm good at what I do.
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Lee T. October 23, 2016
GRE · Online
Verified Student
Sharp and knows exactly what he's doing.
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Jen October 1, 2016
GRE · Online
It really helped. Clear, good advice. Helped me get quicker and more accurate
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Marc September 30, 2016
LSAT · Online
It just really helped. He has a nice way about thinking about these problems. I feel like I'm much quicker and better at this.
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Michael G.

Lexington, MA 02420
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Celia X.

Waltham, MA

About Celia

Hi all, my name is Celia, and I am a senior with an international background at Brandeis University. I have a double major in Business and Economics with a minor in French. The two subjects that I am especially good at are economics and languages. Currently, I am a Teaching Assistant for a microeconomic course at Brandeis, and I am able to speak four languages: Mandarin(Native), Cantonese(Native), English(Proficient), and French(Advanced). I am very outgoing and sportive, and my favorites sports are snowboarding and salsa dancing. I started my first teaching experience as an English Tutor, and
I enjoyed helping students with my knowledge and learning strategies! I believe that motivation, strategies, and persistence are the keys to master a subject, so I prefer to inspire the interests in a student and then present my strategies for efficient learning. if you have any special needs for classes, please let me know in advance so that we can come up a course that just works for you!
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Celia X.

Celia X.

Waltham, MA 02453
starting at
$40 / 30-min

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