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Teaches students 5 and up
Bachelor of Arts in Music Performance from University of Minnesota
Teaching since 2010
Haley U.Book Now
I am a freelance violinist with several years of experience working with kids of all ages. I love working with students new to the violin, or music in general!
I am a professional violist and I graduated with my Bachelors of Arts in Music Performance degree from University of Minnesota in 2015. There, I studied with Korey Konkol. My favorite way to perform as a violist is in a pit orchestra, for musicals or operas. I am a member of the Central Texas Phi
Speaks French, French
Awarded ASCAPlus Award for Songwriting from ASCAP
Bachelor of Arts in Music (Vocal Performance) from University of Maryland, College Park, MD
In country music, it is all about connecting with the lyrics you are singing in an honest and musical fashion. I help you master this country singing technique, at all levels, beginning to advanced.
Gfire has been teaching and performing music full-time for over 17 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
Bachelor of Music in Classical Guitar from Webster University
Teaches students 7 and up
Teaching since 2009
Learn to navigate the waters of guitar accompaniment!
Learn to play music that you love. I offer customized lessons based on your interests and the things you most want to learn. Using proven techniques from years of performing, teaching, and research I help my students make consistent progress while having fun. ***Areas of study*** Performance
Speaks English, Mandarin, Cantonese
Bachelor Degree in Contemporary Piano from University College Sedaya International
Teaching since 2009
Wanna learn your favourite song?
Wanna be a singing pianist/keyboardist?
I've been performing in cruise ship and various cafes and clubs for more than 10 years, a bachelor degree of contemporary piano and diploma in classical piano recital.
Specialise in teaching pop piano and focusing on understanding chords. Because you can play almost any song when you understand chord.
Specialise in teaching pop music. Had 10 years experience in performing as a pop music musician. Graduated with a Bachelor Degree (Hons) in Contemporary Piano. Experienced with teaching children from age 5 to working adults.
Teaching since 2015
Bachelor of Arts in Music from Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania
Teaches students 9 to 85
Winner of the 2017 Outstanding Musician Award at Bloomsburg University, Steph is excited to teach students of all ages who want to improve their playing! She wants to help students learn and develop their fundamentals: tone, articulation, sight-reading, posture, etc. She would also be delighted to teach a student who is an absolute beginner! We will work out of flute methods books, etude books, and/or specific repertoire picked by the student.
Hello! My name is Steph and I can't wait to hear you play! I will absolutely enjoy teaching you regardless of your age or playing ability. :) Beginner students: We will mostly work on pieces out of Kathy Blocki's flute method books as well as exercises composed by myself to make sure your fundam
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate
Teaching since 2019
Teaches students 5 and up
Joshua R.Book Now
I will provide basic chord structure, strumming, and fingerpicking techniques. I will focus less on scales, theory, etc. and more on the songs themselves.
I learned the guitar backwards, meaning I learned songs first and figured out how they worked later on. This is the most fun way to learn.
Get into the good stuff first and find the "why" later.
If you like to sing as well, I can specifically focus on getting you prepared to sing while you play. This is a separate skill that requires a different part of your brain. This came very naturally to me, and I will teach some tips and tricks.
Hello! My name is Joshua Robert. I am a full time singer/guitarist based in Cleveland, Ohio. I have been performing for 15 years. I lived in Nashville, Tennessee for 3 years and moved back to Cleveland in 2018. I learned a ton about performing for large audiences and how to learn songs very
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I've been taking lessons with Ed for about 8 months.
Ed is teaching the flamenco basics and techniques, and also makes sure he adds in some easier items so that I can see progress. The lessons are comfortable - Ed has an easy going personality that makes the lessons comfortable and enjoyable.
Very pleased with Ed as my instructor"
Gabe is a great teacher to get students started learning their basic skills on piano, drums, guitar or bass. He is really patient and takes the time to make sure the student really learns each specific skill. Gabe picks out exercises that make learning new skills fun and even arranges the students favorite pop tunes to help fit in with the skills being taught. Gabe really makes lessons fun and helps students learn the songs that keep them excited about playing!!"
I've never left a lesson feeling disappointed with my ability, something I experienced with other voice teachers. I feel confident in my voice and I owe that all to Melissa. For instance, during one lessons I was feeling a little off. Rather than getting frustrated she helped me focus on great ways to approach singing when not feeling your best. Dr. McCann rocks!
If you are looking for a voice teacher new or experienced I would definitely recommend Dr. McCann. Top notch lessons and overall awesome woman!"
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