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Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Teaching since 2001
After 26 years of twirling baton, 15 years of teaching baton, I have learned how to teach everything from the basics of baton twirling to cleaning and creating Advanced routines. I create unique lessons for each student. I have class content from just learning how to hold a baton to teaching students who hope to teach baton twirling on their own one day. I have worked with all age levels, and as soon as you believe your child is ready to take the leap (pun intended), reach out and contact me to set up his or her first lesson!
Hi there! You may be asking yourself if it's really possible to learn baton twirling online. I have taught over 20 students virtually in the last 2 years. When learning with me through TakeLessons, I include extra videos between lessons to break down elements, and I allow you to screen record if you
Speaks Spanish, English
Philosophy with a Music Minor from Texas State University
Teaches students 3 and up
I was raised in the Suzuki method, trained in it, and I believe in it. It is the most effective school of education for new musicians who want to learn reliably. I've been teaching it 9 years.
I can talk to you for days about the method, but I will sum it up as quickly as i can.
2: Daily Practice
4: Strong relationship between student, teacher and parent.
If the student listens everyday, practices everyday, practices what i tell them, and is made to love the music, you will learn. I've taught hundreds of students this way and when all the conditions are met, all my students have had success.
Joshua has been a musician for over seventeen years and has been teaching for nine. He is an award winning composer, critical thinker, and an straight-forward teacher. Joshua has a high standards for his students and himself. Joshua has studied Suzuki method under Dr. Paula Bird for four years and h
Teaches students 10 and up
Teaching since 2007
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Want to dance like the pros? Interested in learning the latest dance trends and develop your own unique dance style? I will help you build a solid foundation of dance theory and technique while tailoring to your personal tastes and goals. Part of my lesson plan involves me breaking down the basic movements of dance in a way that allows you an easy learning experience to build on further dance development to reach your full potential as a dancer. All ages are welcome. Shoot me a message to see if we're a good match!
I am a professional Dancer and Choreographer. I graduated from the University of Alabama with a Bachelors in Kinesiology. Dance students can expect to improve week to week in their Dance technique. Every dance has a unique rhythm; I teach students to release built up tension and apply foundational
Speaks Spanish, English
Teaches students 5 to 70
Awarded published article from Texas Music Teacher, official publication of Texas Music Teachers Association
I use the Piano Adventures series of textbooks. They contain step by step clear explanations and the music selections are excellent.
Lillian is a classically trained pianist. She is a native Cuban. She studied piano in her youth for eight years at the International Conservatory of Music and at the Raisa Olivé Musical Institute in Havana, Cuba. She completed two years of college with an Education major at University of New Or
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.
Teaches students 8 and up
Kinesiology from Chapman University
Teaching ballet has been a passion of mine since I was in high school. With many years both recreationally and pre-professionally, my goal is to reach then exceed each student's goals. We will hit the ground running with my unique approach for both beginners and advanced dancers. I have no doubt every student is capable of exceeding their potential!
Gabrielle began her ballet career at the age of 12 in Murrieta, CA. Her lessons started in Vaganova style training and later expanded to Cecchetti, Balanchine, and even Fosse style training. Soon she was training for several hours a week in ballet. She excelled rapidly and was invited to several opp
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