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About Daniela D.

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Houston, TX
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I'm Italian mother tongue and I able to give my lessons in Spanish and English. I also teach Italian diction for singers.

About Daniela
I am an Italian opera singer. I have almost twenty years as an international soloist, teaching private lessons and master classes in Universities. I gave master classes internationally at the CNA (Mexico City 2009), at the University of Guanajuato (Mexico 2012), at the University of Costa Rica (2013) I am specialized in Italian Romanza and in the genre of Song (Lied, Chanson, Canción, etc) and most in genera in also in Opera. My methods to teach includes the description of the respiratory and phonatory, set position of voice, set of breathing (support), exercises in vocal technique and the study of ancient arias, Songs and Opera Arias.

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Active in the international field, I have been guest singer in various theaters and festivals in Europe, United States, Mexico and Costa Rica. Among the most important recent commitments, I was gu
est soloist at the “Instituto Nacional de Bellas Artes” and the “Festival Internacional de Música Contemporánea M.Enríquez” in Mexico City, with the Boca del Rio Philharmonic Orchestra (Mexico), Oaxaca Symphony Orchestra, Aguascalientes Symphony Orchestra (Mexico), Puebla Symphony Orchestra (Mexico), Guanajuato Symphony Orchestra (Mexico), and Heredia Symphony Orchestra (Costa Rica).

As a soloist my most important recent activities include the American premiere of the chamber version of the opera DeCachetitoRaspado by Juan Trigos at the Rialto Center for the Arts in Atlanta with Bent Frequency Ensemble (2015). By the same composer, has been remarkable my participation as a guest soprano in the world premier and recording for iTinerant of the works Cantata Concertante No. 3 Phos Hilaron (2013), and Symphony N. 4 Nezahualcoyotl Icuicahuan (Songs of Nezahualcoyotl) for soprano and orchestra, with texts in Nahuatl by Nezahualcoyotl (2016), and also my participation as a guest soloist with the orchestra Carlos Chávez in Mexico City and at the Eastman School of Music of Rochester, NY. As a chorister I sing with the Houston Chamber Choir since August 2016 and occasionally with the Houston Grand Opera since January 2017.

I studied voice in Italy with M.Trombetta and specialized with Paolo Barbacini, C. Desderi, T.Krause and M.Sighele in opera repertoire, E.Battaglia and L.Gallo in German Lieder, and Dorothy Dorow in interpretation of first XXth Century repertoire.
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Victoria Matthews November 19, 2016
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I am buying lessons for my 13yr old daughter for Christmas. We meet with Daniela today, Emma had her first formal training and there is no way I could have hand picked a better person for my daughter. I look forward to possibly seeing my daughter sing around the world one day :) Thank you!
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Daniela D.

Daniela D.

Houston, TX 77044
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About Enrico C.

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Los Angeles, CA
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I am a native Italian speaker who has been teaching and tutoring for several years.

I love to teach and to guide my students on a journey that is not only about grammar, language, but also a cultural and idiomatic one.

Join me in this learning adventure of my language and country.

About ENRICO
I am a native Italian speaker with a several years of experience in teaching Italian and English. I am a very easy-going, open-minded, professional person. I like to teach because it gives me the opportunity to meet new students, share my knowledge as well as my culture and experience.

I started tutoring back when I was attending the university in Verona, Italy. I was tutoring English, Math and some other subjects. Later on, I continued teaching English while I was working in other fields. In 2009 I moved to Los Angeles. For a couple of years, I taught ESL in a college, and in the meantime I tutored Italian to private students. Since 2009 I have been tutoring students both on the English and Italian subjects.

I really believe that in teaching, a language a primary focus should be on life skills. Not being an English native-speaker,
I learned how important it is to be able to express basic needs and to perform primary activities. However, it is important to consider other points like grammar, reading, writing. I also think that no matter what a teacher should always take into account the needs of the students and subsequently I plan my classes reflecting on the student's demands.

As to the different approaches and materials that I use, I suppose that it is important to change them frequently in order to keep the classes more interesting. Of course, there are some exceptions. For instance, in the past I taught for a while TOEFL and for that type of classes I used more traditionalist and academic methods and materials.

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Customized lessons to the students' needs and goals.

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- T.E.F.L. Certificate for Teaching English as a Foreign Language

- Italian Native Speaker with a several year experience in teaching Italian

- M.A in Foreign Languages and Literature (English and French)

One of my greatest passion is to cook. I was extremely lucky to be taught and introduced to the art of cooking by my grandmother. She was born at the beginning of the previous century and she lived in different cities so she got accustomed to different traditions and shared them with me. I love to cook for smaller groups, using traditional Italian ingredients to prepare simple, but exquisite dishes that belong to the tradition of my native country. If you want to experience some real Italian food, you are definitely in the right hands. Just sit back, relax sip a glass of Italian wine while I cook for you and I share my art.
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Elvia G. September 23, 2016
· Italian · Online
Enrico is a fantastic professor of the Italian language, he's advanced in his teachings, if you like to cook Italian food Enrico shares that in common.
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Elvia G. March 22, 2016
· Italian · Online
From the get go I knew I had found the perfect teacher,
Enrico is a motivating teacher.
He challenges you to learn what you need by reading and discussing interesting materials he sends .it isn't just not doing verbs exercises and tenses but actually participating in actual situations as if you were in Italy .
Enrico quickly helps you get over the nervousness that students experience when reading out loud and discussing the meaning of words in sentences and their uses.
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Josepha Seletz January 16, 2016
· Italian · In studio
Studying Italian with Enrico for a little over 1 year. He is a fantastic teacher; carefully prepares special learning material each week to augment textbook and encourages conversation and culture. He has special talent for teaching that makes grammar and conversation easy to understand
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About Christopher S.

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I speak a high intermediate level of Italian so if you are looking for lessons and you are just beginning I would love to help.

About Christopher
Hello! Hola! Benvenuto! My name is Christopher S. and I am a classical guitarist, composer, polyglot, and experienced language and music teacher.

I am a recent graduate with a Masters of Music degree from the New England Conservatory of Music in Boston, MA. There I studied with the world-renowned guitarist Eliot Fisk who is a direct student of the legendary guitarist Andres Segovia.

Currently I work part time teaching 12 students guitar at the University of South Carolina, in Columbia. I also I teach ukulele, Spanish, Italian, and English to a variety of students online. At the same time I am pursuing a Doctoral degree from the university to strengthen my skills as a guitarist and expand my knowledge as a teacher for higher education. I have also just completed my debut album titled, "Anima - The Music of Spain and Italy for the Gu
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This album is a tribute and memorial to an amazing journey I had traveling and living in Europe for 3 years.

After I graduated from my undergraduate degree, I realized that in order to better my skills as a musician and become the guitar teacher I wanted to be I had to travel abroad. I moved to Seville, Spain where for three years I studied the art of classical and flamenco guitar.

I studied with a international known Spanish guitarist named Francisco Bernier at the Conservatory in Seville. During this time I was also teaching English as a second language to high school and middle school students. From traveling and spending so much time in Europe, I also developed and studied my love of languages and I became fluent in Spanish and Italian.

The experienced was an experience of a lifetime and I made many friends working and living abroad that to this day, I still keep in contact with.

If you are interested in having lessons with me, please contact me and we can begin learning the art of making beautiful music or learning the beautiful languages of the Mediterranean! "Hasta pronto!" "A presto!" and "Speak to you soon!"
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Ernie M. August 1, 2016
· Ukulele · In studio
Christopher helped me pick up the ukulele and get me from a beginner to an intermediate level and was learning how to pluck by the end of my 5 lessons!
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Rachel June 2, 2016
· Ukulele · In studio
Christopher was very friendly, organized and patient. He made playing the ukulele really easy to understand! Would highly recommend.
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Joyce M. May 25, 2016
· Italian · Online
Good explanations.friendly, good humor. Helpful with pronunciation
And mysterious Sentence structures
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About Martina Z.

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I have been teaching Italian for 3 years in British public and private schools. My students develop not only knowledge of the language but also understanding of the Italy. I am passionate about my country and I like to teach Italian for that reason! With a degree in teaching I have learn to use a variety of learning methods to best suite my students: mnemonic, musical or using movements. Languages don't need to be boring!

About Martina
I am an Italian living in Las Vegas since 2013. I have started teaching in 2010, first as an outdoor instructor and then as a language teacher in both private and state school in the UK, and as a private tutor in the USA. I am passionate about languages, in particular my mother tongue Italian, and Spanish, because they open new doors and allow for better communication and intercultural understanding. I aim to engage my students with a variety of teaching techniques to keep them interested, challenged and having fun!

I love the outdoors. I am a climber, ski instructor and a professional photographer.
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Sofia Z. June 26, 2017
· Italian · In studio
We stayed focused and I feel like we made lots of progress in just 45 minutes.
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Kirsti A. November 5, 2016
· Italian · In studio
Martina is a fantastic teacher.
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Stephanie H. October 10, 2016
· Spanish · In studio
Professional and very patient! I know she will be great for my son.
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About Christine J.

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Although I was born in NY I speak Italian fluently. I speak Italian at home because my grandmother does not speak English. I am also a certified teacher so I will be structured and organized.

About Christine
My name is Christine and I am a substitute teacher in the Carmel School District. I recently graduated with my Maters in Special Ed and hold my NYS teaching certificates in both Elementary and Special Ed 1-6. My substituting career has allowed me to work in a variety of classroom settings such as the ENL, self-contained (Autsim classrooms), Reading, Math Intervention and in the general ed classrooms. I am looking for temporary summer jobs and I am ready to help your child become a confident student. I can provide a resume and references as well.
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Christine J.

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About Daniel N.

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I am originally from Rome. Born and raised in Italy. I graduate in Natural Science from University of Bologna in 2011. I moved to the USA to peruse a Master Degree at Temple University.

About Daniel
My name is Daniel Nicoletti. I am 34 years old. I am married with one son of 18 Months. I love soccer and Italian food. I am currently serving as a Business Manager in Philadelphia PA.
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Daniel N.

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About Leonardo C.

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Ciao! Sono Leonardo. I am from Northern Italy, near Turin and Milan. My passions are food, reading, and traveling. When I lived in Italy, I was a pasta producer by trade so if you're interested in cooking, we can discuss that as well.

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I am from Northern Italy, I have a degree in Communication and Marketing from Università degli Studi di Torino.
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Leonardo C.

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About Giorgia C.

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Learn italian in New Orleans or online!
I'm a native speaker, born and raised in Italy, where I got my BA and MA in Foreign Languages. I lived abroad for a while, and I'm currently a PhD student in New Orleans.
I will help you learn anything you need in italian: from simple conversation, to advanced grammar or pronounciation, all levels are welcome! I'd be also happy to introduce you to italian culture and litterature if that interests you.

About Giorgia
I'm an italian girl, I was born in Rome where I lived till the age of 19.
I then moved to a smaller town named Viterbo (you should totally google it, it's so pretty!) where I attended college. I graduated with my BA in 2014 and my MA in 2016. I studied Foreign Languages (French and German, but I'm also fluent in English, and speak good enough Spanish. I like to brag).

During my time in college I traveled a lot and got a chance to study abroad, first in Germany, then France, and I did an internship in Belgium. So much fun!
I moved to Las Vegas in 2016, got addicted to gambling so I had to leave (I'm kidding, I can't even play poker), and recently moved to the beautiful city of New Orleans where I'm doing my PhD in French Studies.

In case this wasn't clear, I am passsionate about languages, cultures, and literature!
In college I wa
s part of a language exchange program, so I taught Italian to many american college students, and got to practice my English and Spanish with them as well. I did the same while I was in Germany, I gave Italian conversation lessons in exchange for German. So no matter what your language background is, I can help you learning Italian the best way for you! Of course that implies letting you know that no italian knows what Alfredo sauce is, and that if you order a Pepperoni in Italy you will get a pizza topped with bell peppers, so be prepared to reconsider your beliefs!

If you are already a pro and just need some practice, I'd be happy to give pure conversation lessons.
I love traveling, going to the gym, I am a tv show-junkie, I like to read, to watch movies, to cook, etc. We can talk about all this and about anything you like or want to practice on!
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Giorgia C.

Giorgia C.

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