How to Find the Right Voice Teacher for the Long Run
Want to learn how to sing? Selecting a great voice teacher to take lessons with is your first step! Read on as Chicago and online teacher Ian H. shares his advice for finding the perfect teacher for you...
Finding a teacher whose philosophy fits your learning style is a huge challenge for both student and teacher. It can translate to a great deal of success or stagnancy for young artists developing their voices. Your pace of learning, entering ability, and choice of musical repertoire should
TakeLessons Community Shout Outs Week of 3/24/14
Each week, TakeLessons students and teachers send us their shout outs. Were thankful to be a part of this positive and thriving community, so wed like to share these messages with you. Here are all of this weeks shout outs!
Adam C. in Lilburn, GA wrote, "One of my star students, Angia C. just won the Concerto Competition to perform Hadyn Violin Concerto in G Major, with the Gwinnett County Youth Orchestra. Two of my professionally bound students, Kynan C. and Kathryn C., both passed their
Songwriting Tips: 11 Helpful Examples From 7 Hit Songs
Writing a catchy song that delivers a strong message can be quite difficult. Here, voice teacher Emmanuel N. shares the songwriting tips you can glean from several famous singers...
When it comes to lyric-writing and songwriting, nobody can really teach you how to do it its better to show by example. Whether youre simply writing lyrics to a song you will one day sing (or someone else will sing for you) or youre songwriting to a musical piece you found or created, you will
Take More Risks With A Lifeline! | Knitting for Beginners
Do you enjoy knitting, but only stick to patterns for beginners? Read on as Woburn, MA teacher Belynda C. shares a helpful tip to help you tackle the more complicated projects...
Have you ever looked at a particularly challenging pattern and thought, "How do people keep track of that?"
I know I have! I trended toward using the knitting patterns for beginners I found on the web. It was a long time before I felt brave enough I take on something tricky.
The first ti
TakeLessons Community Shout Outs Week of 10/13/14
Each week, TakeLessons students and teachers send us their shout outs. Were thankful to be a part of this positive and thriving community, so wed like to share these messages with you. Here are the shout outs we received this week:
Carl S. in Brookings, SD, wrote, "My fourth grade saxophone student, Brendan, is making amazing progress! He has only had three lessons with me, but he is already doing wonderful things. In our first 45 minute lesson, he was able to play a two-octave C major scal