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About Hallie C.

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Tampa, FL

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Nothing else tingles the spine like a beautifully executed masterwork performed by an excellent flutist. I have been lucky enough to have been trained by some of the world's most renowned flute performers and teachers, and love to pass on their and my own knowledge to new generations of flute players. I will help bring out the best in every flutist, from a raw beginner, to the most advanced music major student seeking to improve their skills.

Things you can expect to learn in Flute lessons are:

Posture
Breathing Techniques
Phrasing and Musicality
Ear Training
Audition Preparation
Stage Presence and Performance
Music Theory
Music History

Ages 4 and up.
20 minute lessons are for children aged 5 and younger only, please.

About Hallie
Having grown up in a musical family with her mother a professional violinist, Hallie has been exposed to the joys of music since childhood. She learned how to play Suzuki piano at the age of three, and later percussion and string instruments from when I was six years old, and has playing and making the world more beautiful ever since, first attending Interlochen Arts Academy, then later went to Prague Conservatory and Czech Budweiss Conservatory. She has played professionally with the Prague Film Orchestra, and even more recently has been a teacher for the Flutes and Strings classes at Unison World School in Dehradun, India.

Currently Hallie is the teacher for the strings program at Sunlake Academy of Math and Science, a teacher for her own private studio based in Tampa, FL, as well as a freelance musician.

*** Lesson Details ***

My approach to teaching varies with the age level of each student. With younger students, imitation is often one of the best methods of learning and I prefer the Suzuki method for students up to age 8, especially with strings. For older children and adults, learning music notation and basic music theory for a full understanding of musical language are more important to get them to the level where they can learn any music that they want to play for fun. For students who wish to excel in their school band, a more practical approach with technique specific warm-ups and exercises seems to be the best in general.

*** Studio Equipment ***
The In-Studio lessons are taught in the living room which includes music stands, sheet music, whiteboard, video recording equipment and microphone, and seating for parents/students. No pets. Parking in driveway. Siblings are welcome.

*** Travel Equipment ***
I will provide metronome, and tools for minor instrument repair. Students should provide their own music stands and sheet music.

*** Specialties ***
Suzuki method, Hrimaly, Taffanel et Gaubert, Patricia George
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Amrita September 19, 2018
· Flute · Online
She gives good feedback works well with student
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Nicole B. July 17, 2018
· Violin · Online
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karen January 15, 2018
· Fiddle · Online
Hallie was great. Very easy to take a lesson online and fun!!!!
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About Abby V.

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Saint Paul, MN

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At age 12, I wanted to play piccolo in a marching band. though I was soon to be inspired by the amazing young musicians of the Seattle Youth Symphony and camp Orchestras under Maestro Vilem Sokol. Then thrilled to join them after having the good fortune of training with the then Seattle Symphony flute/piccolo players- Sidney and Adele Zeitlin, I began as a classical flute and voice major at WWSU in Bellingham.
My growing attraction to theater, then jazz, led me to Seattle UW San Francisco S U drama departments, while studying and playing every improvisational style of music from Brazilian to free form and pop/rock with many artists such as Paul Horn, Bobby McFerrin, Mark Murphy, Chuck Sher (Sher Music publisher), touring with renowned bebop vocalist, Jon Hendricks from the west coast to NYC,

Since then, I have performed voice, flute, and picollo in my own and others' numerous classical, jazz, pop, and theater ensembles, for over 45 years, teaching flute and voice since age 17 at

About Abby
IMPORTANT NOTICE: ** Because my private lessons are sporadically scheduled between other teaching, all lessons for age 12 and over are a minimum of one hour.

Due to my maternal grandfather's career as a Chicago vaudeville orchestra leader, from early childhood, the performing arts have been in my blood. Starting to study classical flute at age 12, then playing in the Seattle Youth Symphony Orchestras and taking professional jazz/classical flute workshops/master classes, I've been teaching and playing all styles of flute music professionally since my 20's.

Vocal study began at age 15 with some great artists/educators in SF, Seattle, and Europe, including Bobby McFerrin, Mark Murphy, Broadway singer Adrian West, David Tigner- SF Opera, Davida Kagan-Seattle Opera, and Roland Wyatt-
Manhattan Transfer coach /NY Academy of Dramatic A
rts. Through many years of teaching experience, I've developed a very successful, uniquely simple 8 part method to help cross cultural individuals/groups of all ages , styles, and levels, sing optimally from their hearts. The necessary basic vocal techniques can be taught effectively in 4 to 8 lessons, though integrating the technique into your own style takes longer and can continue throughout one's lifetime.

With a BA in Theater Arts from San Francisco State University, and over 50 years directing, acting, and musical experience, including the last 15 years also working successfully as an ESL educator, and 4/1/2018 to present, math and English tutor for Best Brains learning center, I have gained the confidence to help almost any student achieve their educational and/or professional goals.
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Alida December 6, 2017
· Singing · In home
Good teaching philosophy, experienced, patient and kind.
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Jason November 8, 2017
· Singing · In studio
Excellent teacher on the subject
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Elizabeth D. July 15, 2017
· Singing · Online
Wonderfully encouraging and knowledgeable.
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About Amanda D.

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Baltimore, MD
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I teach flute lessons in the heart of Mount Vernon, just a few blocks away from the Peabody Conservatory in Baltimore, Maryland. With four years of teaching experience and a wealth of creative knowledge gained from my time at Oberlin College and Conservatory, my teaching caters to every age and ability. In addition to studying at Oberlin (and now Peabody) I grew up in a very musical household, and have two younger siblings.
I love working with all types of students, whether they’re preparing for college auditions, just beginning the flute, or only looking to play for fun, and I also have experience with students with special needs. Please contact me through this website if you would like lessons, and I will respond within a day!

About Amanda
New York-born Flutist Amanda is a versatile performer active as a soloist, orchestral and chamber musician. Amanda was most recently named the first place winner of the National Society of Arts and Letters Woodwind Competition in Washington, DC. She has also received first place awards in the Best Mozart Performance category of the global Great Composer Competition Series, the 2014 Central Ohio Flute Association Young Artist Competition, the 2013 Rochester Flute Association Emerging Artist Competition, the 2012 Donald E. Webster Scholarship Competition, and the 2012 Stefan Scholarship Competition. In 2015, she was invited to participate in the Third International Maxence Larrieu Flute Competition, taking place in Nice, France, and was one of only three flutists invited from the United States.
Amanda is currently a substitute flutist wit
h the Canton and Firelands Symphonies, and appeared as a guest principal with the Canton Symphony for their March 2018 Masterworks Concert. During her studies at the Oberlin Conservatory of Music, she was principal of the Oberlin Orchestra, and performed in the orchestra at Chicago Symphony Center as a part of their 150th-Anniversary tour. At Oberlin, Amanda appeared frequently as an ensemble-member for faculty concerto recordings. She has appeared in the Schikele Bassoon Concerto and the Augusta Reed Thomas Bassoon Concerto released on the Oberlin and Naxos labels on the album Full Moon in the City. She has also appeared in recordings of the Carter Flute Concerto and the Trigos Guitar Concerto No. 1 (forthcoming releases). In addition to her orchestral opportunities at Oberlin, Amanda has attended the Pierre Monteux School and Festival, the Miami Summer Music Festival, and the Bach Institute at Emmanuel Music.
To supplement her love for performing, Amanda has also been active in the field of Arts Administration. Co-founder of the Oberlin Flute Association, Amanda spent two years bringing prominent flute artists to Oberlin. This included advertising in the Cleveland area, managing a strict budget, and organizing all details of the artists’ visits. She also worked at the Oberlin Concert Productions office as assistant director and program editor, and was administrative assistant with Oberlin Conservatory Summer Programs. She is currently a staff member in the Peabody Career Services office, providing professional development support for students at Peabody.
She has recently graduated from Oberlin College and Conservatory, where she received a Bachelor of Music in flute performance and a Bachelor of Arts in biology as a part of the college’s double-degree program. She is currently pursuing a Master of Music at the Peabody Conservatory, under the guidance of Marina Piccinini.
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Ozge Y. February 10, 2018
· Flute · In studio
She encourages, she finds analogies to explain, she is more patient with me then I am with myself. She also explains the terms, gives tips on how to read the notes. She is able to identify the mistakes and give the right advice on how to improve. Her advice on how to practice made all the difference for me. I started with a giant cookie bite sized embouchure and within a few lessons I have managed to make it smaller thanks to her instructions. There is hope for me afterall.
Looking forward to playing a duet with her without me making a mess. Thank you Amanda!
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Mike August 28, 2017
· Flute · Online
Amanda is an outstanding teacher. She inspires and challenges me to play pieces I did not think I could play. She is able to take difficult passages and break them down step my step so I can learn how to play them properly. I am sure I would not be playing as I am now, if it weren’t for Amanda’s skilled teaching. She is also friendly, makes the lessons interesting and fun and is very professional. I have taken lessons both in person and on Skype and she excels in both modes.
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About John R.

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Cincinnati, OH

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I have been teaching flute for almost 20 years. I have a doctorate in flute performance and have done training and extensive research in body mapping and efficiency of body use. I take a very holistic approach to teaching and playing the flute. Each student is a person, an individual unlike anyone else. Every body is unique and therefore will play the flute differently than other flutists. When I teach, I aim to get to know the whole person in order to effectively work with the flutist. I work to get to know how each student learns and processes information. A flutist cannot become a good musician without making the journey their own. My goal is to give every student their own individual path to reach their goals, while also giving them the tools to use in their own teaching of individual flutists. I emphasize these specific areas in my teaching: the physical aspects of flute playing, including playing position and posture, breath control, sound and tone production, projection and ...

About John
Flutist John Ross is an accomplished soloist, educator, chamber musician, and orchestral performer. He taught on the faculty of West Virginia State University and currently teaches for the Music for the Sake of Music summer program in Green Bay, WI. He has been principal flute of the Italian-American Opera Festival Orchestra (CA), the Charleston Chamber Orchestra (WV), and has also performed with the Muncie Symphony, Tallahassee Symphony, and the Charleston Light Opera Guild. Dr. Ross has appeared as soloist with the WVSU Wind Ensemble, the Florida State University Symphonic Band, and the orchestra of Music for the Sake of Music. His flute ensemble Silver Lining Flutes toured around Costa Rica in Spring 2017, performing and giving masterclasses as part of the Promising Young Artist of the 21st Century series. His folk trio Cuttin' Bracken
has performed throughout northern Florida, including multiple performances at the Florida Folk Festival in White Springs, Florida. Dr. Ross attended West Virginia University (BM and MM), Ball State University (AD), and Florida State University (DM), studying with Joyce Catalfano, Thomas Godfrey, Francesca Arnone, Mihoko Watanabe, and Eva Amsler. He is also an Andover Educator in training, pursuing a certification in body mapping.
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Nancy S. February 6, 2019
· Flute · In home
John was very good w/me. He knows my goals & was able to help me. He gave me some practice sheets. I will do that everyday.
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Rebecca November 26, 2018
· Flute · In studio
Dr. John Ross is an excellent teacher! He helped me take the music I was preparing to record to a whole new level. He has so much knowledge and can present that knowledge in a way that is approachable for students of any level. I am so thankful I got to study with him!!!
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Michael November 20, 2018
· Flute · In studio
John is an outstanding player and pedagogue. Over a number of years, I've observed John work with students of incredibly diverse backgrounds, ages, and skill levels. With each and every student, John connects with the individual, finding what will help that person rise to their fullest potential as a flute player. Technical progress is a given when studying with John. Additionally, students consistently enter his lessons eager to learn and leave with a renewed drive to grow. I cannot recommend John highly enough.
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About Courtney D.

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Denton, TX

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My name is Courtney DiMarco, I’m 18 years old and one of my strongest passions is making music, whether it be through flute, piccolo, or conducting. I was a member of my high school’s Wind Ensemble on flute and piccolo and I made All-Region a few times. I was also one of the top auditoning conductors at one of the Phantom Regiment audition camps.

About Courtney
My name is Courtney and one of my strongest passions is making music, whether it be through flute, piccolo, or conducting. I was a member of my high school’s Wind Ensemble on flute and piccolo and I made All-Region a few times. I was Drum Major my senior year and I was also one of the top auditoning conductors at one of the Phantom Regiment audition camps. In addition to music, I am a Deaf Education major at TWU. I took three years of ASL in high school and was a TA for ASL 1 my senior year. I am a member of CAID at TWU and use sign as my secondary language often.
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About Rachael F.

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Topeka, KS
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Through lessons with me students will be able to learn from a young accomplices musician who has performed in both New York and the Sydney Opera House at only 17 yrs. old. Lessons will follow a strict flute pedagogy that will ensure the most out of every lesson. Though structured, an encouraging an fun environment is always key.

About Rachael
Hi. Though young, I have taught many students in the past and have performed in both New York, and the Sydney Opera House. I prefer to do lessons online over video, but an also willing to commute. My lessons are alway done in a fun and encouraging format, yet still follow a structured flute pedagogy to ensure the student gets the most out of every lesson. I am also more than willing to teach international students online. Please feel free to contact me with any questions, comments, or concerns. I look forward to working with you!
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Rachael F.

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About xiao L.

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Brookline, MA
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Hello everyone.

My name is Xiao Liu, you can call me Amelie. I am a music educator/flute performer just graduated from Boston University school of music in January.

I am offering Beginner/ Intermedia/ Advance Flute private lesson. And also Beginner music theory lesson.

I majored in flute performance in my undergraduate. I had 6 years of teaching experience in private flute studio and general music class. My students involving in many different kinds of musical performance, including solo music playing, chamber, school band and also self-recorded video making performances(One man band, pop music video making.)

My teaching philosophy is student-centered teaching. Firstly, I will encourage my students to think about their goal for the playing(Like achieve level 5 certificate of ABRSM exam, playing in the local orchestra, having fun for playing pop music), and I will help them to achieve what they want.

If you are interested in learning to play flute/ want to improve your flute ...

About xiao
I am a classically trained flutist who working as a freelance musician and flute teacher in the Boston area. I studied with previous Boston Symphony Orchestra solo piccoloist and flutist Geralyn Coticone and gained my Master’s degree at Boston University.

Flute students can expect to improve week to week with their flute playing technique including breathing, embouchure, articulations, vibrato and understand of music.

My teaching philosophy is a student-centered method.
I encourage students
1. Set up their own goal of playing (such as learning a new song, audition for a spot in the youth orchestra, pass the level 3 ABRSM/ LCM Exam, improving the playing in the school band, making self-recorded music performance video, etc.)
2. Help them achieve their goal and play the flute with joy, confidence, and expression.
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About Srishti B.

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Brookline, MA

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About Srishti
Srishti Biyani is a multifaceted artist and music technologist. She graduated with a degree in Electronic Production and Sound Design from Berklee College of Music, Boston in 2018. Trained in hindustani classical vocals and bansuri at an early age, she combines her classical music roots with her flair for electronic production. She has performed with internationally acclaimed artists such as Shankar Mahadevan, Tigran Hamasyan, Nona Hendryx.

She is one of the Ableton educators at Beats by Girlz - a non-profit organization designed to empower females to engage in music technology. She is also the lead music composer and sound designer at Creative Technologies: A Spatial Audio Experience team led by Erin Barra at the Berklee College of Music.

Srishti's artist project - LASYA, has been a platform for her original music and solo live
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About Taylor J.

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Richmond, KY

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Experienced flutist in various styles of music, specializing in teaching students of all ages! Lessons are customized and catered to the needs/goals of each student. Not only will you be playing songs in no time, but you will be building a strong foundation of note reading, music theory, ear training, sight reading, technique, and more. Let's get at it!

About Taylor
Above everything else, I am a musician.

I grew up in the hills of eastern Kentucky surrounded by a family driven by music. Both my grandfather and father performed professionally in their youth, so it is no surprise that I followed in their footsteps--althoughI took a more classical approach.

I graduated from Eastern Kentucky University with a two Bachelors of Music degrees: Music Industry and Flute Performance where I am the former Principal Flute for the Eastern Kentucky Symphony Orchestra.

My flute students can expect to improve week to week in their overall technique. I believe each student plays with a unique timbre; I teach students to release built up tension and apply foundational techniques in order to unlock their own individual sound. I can help any student to play with freedom, confidence, and expression.

I am always wi
lling to teach students of all different ages and experience levels.

My personal passion is symphonic music but I firmly believe that great technique is essential to any and every style. I look forward to meeting you and helping you to become a better musician! Let's get at it!
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Taylor J.

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