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Rene T.

Miami, FL

About Rene

Knowing at the age of 5 that music was my life, by being brought up surrounded by praise music and gospel, my early exposure to music helped me to find every Instrument and style just my thing! I want
ed to play everything and learn all aspects of music. I started with singing in the children's choir and then developed into piano and music theory. At the age of 12 I began to learn classical guitar, and at 15 took on various styles like Flamenco, Jazz and Rock. I graduated from High School having played in the school band achieving recognition In national Institutions Like IAJE (International Association for Jazz Education) and state band finals. I was also composing from a very early age, and at 18 released my first album (self-titled) which can still be heard and purchased today through various music outlets, since i have released over 15 albums with various ensembles and bands. In college I already knew from my previous experience that I wanted to teach and pass on the joy that music brought to my life. I studied Music Theory and Jazz and finished my degree in Music Education. I have been teaching all in all for about 14 yrs. And I have enjoyed every minute I have spent with my students learning as much from them, as them from me. I am looking forward to meeting new and eager students who really want to bring their inner music out to share with the rest of us music aficionados! and develop their skills to the peak of their abilities.

*** Lesson Details ***
My teaching method ranges depending on the student. I believe in my experience that everyone learns differently, therefore everyone develops at their own pace. I try to find key strengths in each student and expose this to their advantage, using their abilities to further develop their skills, this method has shown the most promising results and students usually find themselves playing and performing just a couple of months after their first lessons. Part of my method involves a lot of performance and recital opportunities to help break any fears and inhibitions a student may bring with them. Music is about sharing, so an early exposure to this method helps to strengthen and stabilize a core acceptance of a students style and path, giving them and those close to them a very clear picture of their development and achievements.

*** Studio Equipment ***
Has all instruments at both his home and college studio

*** Travel Equipment ***
I provide lesson material, song charts and a progression scale. I require student to have an Instrument and recommended technique literature.

*** Specialties ***
My classical training began in High School with Influences in Segovia, and Romero I studied classical for 4 yrs. and trained in Jazz and Improvisation with performances In Big Band and group ensemble. Also sang and played in the school gospel choir.

****Personal Statement*****

If you needed a reason

There is no question that music touches us instantly and activates images, emotions and memories that linger with us throughout our lives. As a casual listener or an obsessive music elitist, there are times in our lives when we get blown away by a sound so unique our entire body vibrates and resonates with the touch of something out of this world. I can honestly say when this happens to me I feel as close to a spiritual connection than anything I have experienced otherwise. I believe it is these exact events that have triggered my need to be completely involved in the making, performing and consuming of music. The creative process, to me, is the single obvious reason we exist in this world. We create and share, learn and interpret, build on previous ideas and inspire others to perfect upon this process. It is no doubt a very humbling experience to realize you are part of it all. During this process you come to realize how important you are as an Individual, how there is no other vessel like you in this world, nor has there ever been or ever will. You are here now and your voice, your talent, your gift is an instrument to the great choir of the human spirit. No one but you can relate this, a reason to be, to create, to give.
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Miguel J. November 14, 2016
Guitar · Online
Verified Student
Very good.
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Amadine D. September 12, 2016
Guitar · In home
Verified Student
My daughter was very happy .
Thank you Rene
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Krystal July 7, 2016
Singing · In studio
Verified Student
Perfect first lesson,i honestly feel like i will be able to develop into the artist i want to become working with Rene. Left feeling positive and motivated. Everything you would want from a coach!
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Rene T.

Miami, FL 33166
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Lorenzo D.

Miami, FL

About Lorenzo

Hi, there! My name is Lorenzo and I can't wait to meet you! I've been teaching various subjects nearly all of my life and have loved helping my students learn. I went to the University of Vermont & We
st Virginia State University and earned a degree in Communications in 2002. In addition to private lessons, I teach groups of students in schools in special interest areas. I look forward to helping you reach your goals!
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Hasel March 30, 2016
Calligraphy · In home
Verified Student
Great experience!
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Cristina G. April 24, 2015
Calligraphy · In studio
Verified Student
Lorenzo has been extremely patient and very helpful with my calligraphy lessons.
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Lorenzo D.

Lorenzo D.

Miami, FL 33130
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$55 / 90-min
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Natalia L.

Miami, FL

About Natalia

Hi, my name is Natalia Lacrete. I currently am a student at Berklee College of Music. I am Double Majoring in Piano Performance and Professional Music, with my Concentration being Music Business, and
minoring in Performance Studies in Latin Music. Prior to attending to Berklee, I attended Miami Dade College Kendall Campus, where I received my Associate of Arts for Music. I have been playing the piano and singing for 16+ years. I also play the drums. I am an outgoing person, determined and ambitious in pursuing my goals.
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Natalia L.

Natalia L.

Miami, FL 33176
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$20 / 30-min
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Michael K.

Miami, FL

About Michael

I've been playing guitar for over 10 years and studied Jazz guitar performance in college. When I teach the instrument I like to give my students the tools and knowledge (music theory) to enable them
to play any style of music. Additionally, I have been practicing tap dance for about 2 years, under the teachings of Dr. Nina Martin. I focus on rhythm and using tap as it is, a percussive form of dance. As the student's technique progress, we then focus on choreography and dance elements. I also teach various subjects in science. I believe the quest for knowledge and creativity is important, but we need a little guidance at times. It is important to me that my students fully understand the material before progressing forward. Being a student myself, I understand the struggles, and will work hard to make sure you overcome any obstacles. I am available if there are any questions, and can be contacted via email during outside of class time.
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Michael K.

Michael K.

Miami, FL 33174
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$25 / 30-min

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