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Bachelors degree from Texas State University
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Teaches students Male: 16 and up; Female: 13 and up
The techniques that I employ will allow the singer more ease of vocal production and therefore an enhanced quality of sound. This leads to an Improvement in both tone and pitch.
Timothy, tenor, hails from San Antonio, Texas. Most recently, he was praised by the Houston Chronicle for his depiction of Nadir in Les Pêcheurs de Perles at Opera in the Heights. Soon after that he was engaged to sing for the San Antonio Opera as Ralph Rackstraw in H.M.S Pinafore. In the fall of 2
Timothy is a very, very good teacher. Extremely knowledgeable. Keeps the lesson moving while still providing excellent feedback. Very patient as well. Highly recommend.
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate
Teaching since 2006
Teaches students 7 and up
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I am a passionate cellist performing across Texas as well as a string educator. One of my favorite things to do is help students grow into confident musicians.
Hi! My name is Christina and I am a cellist of over 22 years. I am a passionate cello instructor teaching for over a decade to many students apart of school programs as well as in my private cello studio. I am the proud of owner and founder of Cello Vida, a string ensemble performing for weddings a
Teaches students 6 and up
Master's Degree in Harp Performance from The University of North Texas
Teaching since 2011
Hi, my name is Sonja!
I've been teaching harp and piano for several years in the D/FW metroplex. My passion is to help students discover and develop their love for music! My teaching philosophy is to cater to each student’s individual needs, all the while keeping a fun, positive, and forgiving learning environment. I offer musical instruction on note reading, technique, theory, aural skills, music history, etc. along with fundamental life skills including responsibility, time management, self-confidence, and professionalism.
I can't wait to work with you!
Hi, I'm Sonja! Thank you for considering me to be your teacher! Here are some characteristics that set me apart: Teaching Philosophy - My teaching philosophy centers around a fun, positive, and forgiving approach to learning. I cater individually to each student’s needs, and craft specific and
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate
Teaches students 5 and up
Teaching since 2014
Chase W.Book Now
Starting on violin 15 years ago, my journey through musicianship has been thorough and enriching. I have made a point from day one to understand all forms of music from several angles, from the intuitive "natural" approach, to the more theoretical, all the way to understanding the physics of sound and sound cognition. While this many angled approach came purely from my passion for music, 6 years ago when I started teaching it became my most valuable tool.
As a teacher, I use my wide and multifaceted understanding to best craft lessons to serve your learning style to learn whatever it is you want to learn!
Teaching from my personal studio also provides me with the advantage of being able to make professional quality play along tools in real time, which you will then have access to after your lesson, boosting your personal practice time in a way that suits you!
Hello! I am an experienced guitar and bass player, with extensive recording and performance history. In the 15 years I've played guitar, I have been teaching for the last 6 and it is one of my favorite outlets of music. I absolutely love sharing my craft and finding what it takes to get a student
Bachelor of Music, Voice Performance from University of Toledo
Teaching since 1998
Instilling and nurturing a love of music and developing musicianship are why I’m a voice teacher. I earned my Master of Music Education degree in 2012 from Boston University, which has furthered my love of teaching and given me even more resources to draw from. With all my students, I emphasize
Teaching since 2006
Awarded Keynotes Scholarship Recipient. from The Keynotes Scholarship Foundation
Teaches students 3 and up
During the first lesson we will get acquainted and you can tell me about your history with the instrument and what you would like to learn. Then I will come up with fun technique building exercises so you can play with ease. Then we usually work on a goal piece. For the piece I will give you practice methods and ways to play through the pieces with a beautiful tone. Viola is fun and expect to have a great time!
I began playing the violin at age 7 and I have enjoyed every moment since! I switched to the viola at age 19 and pursued both a bachelor's and master's in Viola Performance from the Cleveland Institute of Music and the New England Conservatory of Music. Music is always a journey and I have been luc
My husband and I were extremely pleased with the progress our son Thomas made with Dan. Thomas started playing last year and was progressing faster than the rest of his third grade class which is why we were looking for a private teacher to help him along. Before taking lessons with Dan I had a hard time getting Thomas to practice. Thomas has begun practicing all on his own because he has been genuinely inspired. Dan is a true professional who always on time and in a good mood to teach. He was so patient with Thomas and developed practice techniques unique to Thomas's situation. Dan is more than just a violin teacher, he is dedicated to inspiring each student to love music. Thanks Dan!!!
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