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Speaks French, French
Bachelor of Arts in Music (Vocal Performance) from University of Maryland, College Park, MD
Awarded ASCAPlus Award for Songwriting from ASCAP
Gospel singing is all about singing from your heart and your faith. I help you master this gospel singing technique.
Gfire has been teaching and performing music full-time for over 25 years. Based in Austin, Texas, the "Live Music Capital of the World," she offers voice, piano, songwriting, yoga, folk guitar, and DJ'ing lessons to students from 5-105 and she specializes in sculpting her lessons to the strengths a
Speaks English, French, Arabic
Computer Engineering from Florida State University
Teaching since 2012
I can teach you how to easily become fluent in playing the songs that you love. Play by ear while learning the skills that make playing piano easy and effortless.
Alex Boulos built his talent on his home piano listening to his father's compositions. He won an international competition of piano played by ear from David Sides Playground Sessions when he was 13 years old as well as many other talent shows and contests. Alex started giving piano improvisatio
Teaching since 2000
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate
Phillip S.Book Now
I have 20 years experience performing and teaching bass in a variety of styles. I have my undergraduate degree in classical bass performance, and am also a freelance bass player in Austin, TX.
I try to cater lessons to the individual student. Lessons will be relaxed, and I always try to find an approach and style that works well for you.
Greetings! I'm a professional freelance bassist living in Austin. I have my bachelor's degree in music performance from the University of Northern Colorado. For the past 8 years, I've been working full time as a rhythm section mercenary, performing music in Austin and around the US ranging fr
Bass guitar performance from Musician's Institute / B.I.T.
Teaching since 1995
I work with beginning, intermediate, and advanced bass players, helping them to understand how music works, how to get the sounds they want from the bass guitar, and how all of it relates to music they like.
I'm a professional bass player in Austin Texas, the Live Music Capital of the World. At one time or another I've played just about every style of music, and I have more than a decade of teaching experience. I love 'opening doors' for students, helping them understand how music works and how they can
I play left-handed, and he is the first teacher to not hassle or try to sway me to be anything but me.
He has been playing 40+ years, and proven his commitment through study which culminated in graduating from the Bass Institute in Los Angeles. He brings a level of both scholastic and practical knowledge which is well worth the price of admission.
Rob is going to provide a level of knowledge and personalized coursework that is absolutely not going to be had elsewhere. Due to my location, we conduct the lessons online. I will say it has not been a hinderance. I started lessons with tempered expectations, but Rob has continually gone above and beyond.
Anybody looking to deep-dive into the culture, craft, and practice of playing bass would be extremely well served to seek out Rob.
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Teaching since 2017
Ian L.Book Now
Barry Harris, the great Jazz pianist, and educator says, “I have such a ball in my classes, and I learn so much from my students. They probably don’t realize that I come to school here, too. I’m just the oldest member of the class. I wish everyone could experience the blessing of learning new things all the time.”
The above statement describes how I feel when I am teaching. I have been playing and performing for over 20 years in many capacities, and still, music continues to teach me new things every time. Not only do I want to share that experience with you, but I also want to guide you into having that experience for yourself.
I started on the violin when I was about 8 years old. I began with classical music, studying in the Suzuki method. I loved my time in the Suzuki method; I wasn’t always the best student; however, in hindsight, I am incredibly grateful for the experience with my teacher, the method, and the strong
Speaks English, Mandarin, German, Cantonese
Teaches students 4 to 70
Bachelor of Music from Colburn School of Music, Los Angeles CA
Students of all ages and levels welcome! Teaching experience of 12 years from all corners of the world!
Ms. L. studied with Margaret Hair in Australia and has made several appearances performing in the United States, Canada, Germany, Asia and Russia. Previously, Leanna attained a Bachelor of Music at The Colburn School Conservatory of Music in Los Angeles, California, where she studied with John Perry
If you're a serious student, considering music as a career, or in any competitive sense, Leanna is an irreplaceable ally with the skill to push you further than you may have thought possible. Absolutely recommend.
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Paul is a great teacher, soft spoken, very good person, his skills are first class, from the moment I started I felt comfortable, and ready to sing, his teaching has been superb"
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My son who is 7 yrs old now loves his teacher, Ms. Kristina. I see my son enjoying every lesson with her. He is learning correct breathing exercises while doing vocalization. After, he sings a song that likes. Sometimes, it is difficult to teach children because of their moods but Ms. Kristina can make every lesson for my son fun and enriching. He's been doing great for a 7 yr old."
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