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Eric E.

Grand Rapids, MI

About Eric

Hey there! I'm excited you dropped by my profile. I'm even more excited that you are thinking about taking music lessons or are planning on giving the gift of music lessons to a loved one. A little bit about me so you can understand how my teaching benefits my students: I went to DePaul University in Chicago,IL and studied Music (voice) and Religious Studies. I have been teaching guitar, voice, banjo, drum and piano lessons professionally for three years, however, I've been teaching on and off again for over ten. Through that time I've taught diverse groups of people, all with different skill levels. No matter where you are on your musical journey or who you are, I can help get you where you want to go!I also have extensive experience as a professionally touring musician. I currently ...

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Don H. April 22, 2015
Banjo · In home
Verified Student
Eric has been an awesome instructor. Very patient with me, an old guy who doesn't get to practice as much as he should be. Eric goes out of his way to find new and interesting things to try. A very good instructor and I recommend him to everyone.
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Chris R. February 9, 2015
Piano · In studio
Verified Student
Eric is a great teacher. He is clearly passionate about music. He has been so patient with me and spends as much time as we need when I struggle with some aspect.
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Erica B. February 9, 2015
Piano · In home
Verified Student
He's doing a great job at teaching my son and keeping his attention. We're very happy with his progress so far.
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Elizabeth B.

Grand Rapids, MI

About Elizabeth

I am an up-and-coming classically trained singer living in Grand Rapids, MI with a passion for teaching. My goal is to help my students become good musician while spreading to them the joy and love of music. I have a Bachelor of Music from Grand Valley State University in Vocal Performance and a Master of Music from the Chicago College of Performing Arts in Voice Performance. From humble beginnings, I have maintained a busy studio since 2011. Since then, I have helped dozens of students excel and grow as singers several of whom have gone on to study music in college. **** Due to time constraints and construction traffic in Grand Rapids, I am no longer able to offer lessons from your home **** ~What can you expect in our lessons?~ I strive to help my students become independent ...

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Sue W. April 19, 2015
Singing · In studio
I have learned a lot and have had a lot of fun studying with Elizabeth. She is kind, knowledgable and helpful. I really wanted to work on reading music because it had been a long time since I've sung. She was very patient with me! She always makes our lessons fun but challenges me to always do my best. After working with her for a few months I felt more confident and tried out for a solo with my choir, which I got! I would highly recommend Elizabeth to anyone who wants to work on reading music and learning how to sing better. She's the best.
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Beckie H. December 14, 2014
Singing · In studio
Verified Student
I have been taking lessons with Elizabeth for the last 6 months and I couldn't be happier. Elizabeth is a wonderful teacher. She is very knowledgeable and passionate about singing and teaching. Elizabeth designs classes around my strengths and weakness in order to help me to become the best singer I can be. Although she critiques the things I do incorrectly, she also praises me for what I do correctly. When she critiques my singing, she pairs it with singing exercises and warm ups to correct what I'm doing wrong. My singing has improved so much and I have become so confident in my singing that members of my church choir have complimented me. Also, I am buying several lessons with Elizabeth for my mom as a Christmas present. I have learned so much from Elizabeth and I look forward to continuing my classes. Thank you, Elizabeth for being an amazing teacher!
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Paula H. December 10, 2014
Singing · In studio
Verified Student
My teenage daughter said the Elizabeth has been extremely kind and helpful. She has helped her build her confidence and overcome her stage fright. Elizabeth is very knowledgeable and has helped increase my daughter's vocal range greatly.
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Mark B.

Fruitport, MI

About Mark

I have over 30 years of experience with the guitar and would be happy to share my knowledge with you. Lessons are given in my home studio in a relaxed and casual setting. I instruct basic music theory, guitar playing techniques, and how to properly practice. I also go into guitar setup and maintenance, how to properly care for and get the most out of your instrument. A guitarist should know his guitar....intimately! I will teach you how to properly tune, intonate and service your instrument. Additionally, I like to touch on the intangibles of being a musician and to help any student eventually have the confidence to perform well at a live venue. Playing for an audience is a big part of why many of us picked up the guitar in the first place....we want to perform! I can help you ...

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Mark B. April 18, 2014
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I've only been playing the guitar for a year or so, but I didn't really make much progress until I started lessons with Mark. Having a good teacher like Mark has helped me stay motivated and inspired to get better on the guitar. With his help, I've progressed faster than I thought possible. Regardless of who you choose, find yourself a good teacher and you'll be glad you did...I am!
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Jessica F.

Grand Haven, MI

About Jessica

I'm an experienced and highly referred piano teacher looking for new students in the Grand Haven area. Previously I had over 30 loyal students for 6 years in Chicago, and was one of the most in-demand teachers at “Piano Lessons In Your Home” (a national company with chapters across the US). I like to provide lessons that are highly educational while still being fun, to fit all methods of learning. My preferred method of teaching is a combination of traditional method book (progress-based, with classical influences – leading into classical piano), AND pop/rock/songwriting/chord-based music theory. Most students make great progress long-term with me and stick with piano through all kinds road bumps using this approach. I think this is basically because I'm not willing to be a “mean” ...

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Val L.

Spring Lake, MI

About Val

Val has been teaching Piano and Kindermusik for over 10 years. She began teaching private piano lessons while living in Hazelwood, MO and after moving to North Liberty, IA in 2008, she opened MusicEveryday and quickly grew from 2 to 23 students per week. In 2011, she joined Marek Szmyrgala as a piano teacher at Music4Life in North Liberty and added another 13 students to her weekly teaching schedule. All of her students had a variety of interests in music from classical, to jazz, to pop and even wrote their own music. Val prepared her students for 2 recitals every year and several students participated in the Music Development Program, all earning First Class Honors. The foundation of my teaching philosophy is the awareness of how different every person is in the way that they learn.

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Titus B. May 10, 2015
Piano · In studio
My son Noel started learning Piano from Val. Because of Val's teaching he is able to learn Piano very quickly, even though we don't have any music background. Val is a wonderful teacher, we would highly recommend Val.

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