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BA in Psychology from UTPA
Teaches students 14 and up
I love teaching people how to play songs they enjoy! I'm not too focused on music theory, but am more interested on giving you the tools to play your favorite songs! Playing guitar doesn't have to be difficult or boring. Whether you want to play the Beatles on an acoustic guitar, learn your favorite Metallica riffs or even learn the basics to play at church...I'm your teacher!
Hi! Music is my passion and, apart from my family, is my world! I play guitar, bass and sing. I have been playing since I was 12 years old and been teaching others since I was 15. I have recorded five albums with bands of my own and several albums as a studio musician. I have also played in most of
Teaching since 2009
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Teaches students 9 and up
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Hello Everyone! I have been teaching for over 10 years now (private lessons, drumline tech, Percussion Director at 2 different 6A High Schools in Texas).
All Ages Welcome!
Lessons are customized and catered to the needs/goals of each student!
Bachelor's in Music Education, Texas State University, San Marcos, TX
- Studied with (2011-2016):
- Robert Lopez (Austin Symphony Orchestra)
- THE Butch Miles (Count Basie, Frank Sinatra, Sammy Davis, Jr.)
- Wayne Salzmann, II (UT-Austin, Eric Johnson)
Master of Music in Jazz Studies, University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA
- Studying with (2020 - ):
- Peter Erskine (Weather Report, Stan Kenton, Steps Ahead, Diana Krall)
- Will Kennedy (The Yellowjackets)
Louie Pereira is a musician, composer, arranger, and educator from South Texas. He is a graduate of the School of Music at Texas State University, receiving his Bachelor’s in Music Education in 2016. In his time there, he was a member of the Wind Symphony, the Symphony Orchestra, the Jazz Ensemble,
Awarded High Achievement Award from HANDS ON MUSIC SCHOOL
Bachelor's degree in Recording Engineering and Record Production from Long Beach City College
Student Learns How to Perform with Other Musicians as well as How to prepare for a Recital,Music Competition or a Concert.
Also how to exert optimal control of their instrument in order to produce the precise musical effect they desire.
Improve their technique by Practicing Patterns of notes with natural,minor major and chromatic scales and Arpeggios.
I been playing the guitar professionally for over 20 years. In that time I had the good fortune to perform and record with some really good musicians. I've played in various bands ranging from rock to jazz and flamenco. I received my bachelor's degree in recording engineer and record producer fro
Bachelors of Music from University of Brigeport
Teaches students 18 and up
Teaching since 2009
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I have performed in many ensembles, bands, solo, in orchestras and more. I have performed hundreds of concerts at places like Toads Place, Bridgeport Bluefish Stadium, The Shubert Theater.
I've been a teacher and a freelance musician for over 8 years. I've done everything from: teaching in private schools, composing for video games, jingles, commercials, film scores, short videos, being a studio musician, going on tour and more. I love music deeply and would love to teach and s
Teaches students 18 and up
Awarded Fischoff National Chamber Music Competition from Fischoff National Chamber Music Competition
Bachelor of Music from Cleveland Institute of Music
I have a lot of experience with the Suzuki method as a teacher and also a player having started with that myself. However unless the player or parent specifies that they want strict Suzuki, I go with my method which involves Suzuki but also other methods. I was not strict Suzuki and it definitely worked for me as well as students of mine!
My name is Erica and I have been playing violin for 19 years and teaching for 8. I have a violin performance bachelor degree and Suzuki Teacher Certification for books 1-10 from The Cleveland Institute of Music. During my time teaching in the Suzuki program I worked with 15 students at different
Teaches students 5 and up
Teaching since 2017
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I'm a singer/actress/dancer and I started teaching because it brings me great joy to help students -- quite literally -- find their voices! I teach the pop, broadway, and classical techniques and place a large emphasis on musicality.
Typically in a lesson, I'll start off with technique warm-ups, and then we'll work on a song of your choice. Even if you have no plans to perform the song any time soon, I've come to understand that working on pure technique alone will only get you so far - in order to sing well, you must first... sing!
We can work on the same song for as long as there are improvements to be made and lessons to be learned. On that note, I am by no means a pianist... I play a bit, but don't usually do so during voice lessons. I prefer to focus on YOU and not the piano with which I might've tried to accompany you :)
I hope to be singing with you soon!
Music is my whole life :) I'm a singer, songwriter, actress, dancer... and voice teacher, of course. I've tutored kids in a variety of school subjects, but singing is my favorite thing to teach! I love seeing the growth in students as they gain a better understanding of their voice and find th
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