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Kortnee L-Mc. New Braunfels, TX

I have a degree in theatre/acting and so any level from beginner to advanced are welcome! Whether you simply want to improve your public speaking skills or have a lead role in a major production, help is right here!

About Kortnee

Hi There! Today is your day to start those piano lessons! Right? Please contact me for additional availability. I have more options than are shown here. Whether I am teaching a piano lesson, directing a play or training for a triathlon, you will find that I am always full of enthusiasm and positive life energy. I look forward to helping you meet your performing arts goals. There is nothing more beneficial to your well-being and contentment than participating in the arts! When I was a little girl, I begged my parents for piano lessons.... and then flute lessons... and then saxophone lessons, and then oboe lessons... and then voice lessons.... and the list goes on and on! They couldn't keep me away from music and theatre. I studied music and theatre in college as well ...

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Belinda T. September 18, 2014
Piano · In home
Verified Student
Kortnee is a fabulous teacher! She came into our home and taught my 9 and 11-year old daughters piano once a week. Both girls thrived and looked forward to their lessons. The progress they made in one year with Kortnee was impressive. We have moved out of state and the biggest regret is that we can't find another piano teacher like Kortnee. We miss her and her enthusiasm for teaching music. Best instructor ever!
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Barbara H. February 23, 2014
Piano
Verified Student
Kortnee is amazing!!

I actually take both piano and flute from Kortnee. Her energy is contagious and she knows many styles of music. She is always ready to support what I want/need to do and can give me a tip within minutes that will help me forever. I can puzzle over a phrase or mood, and she will immediately "get it". She loves to see me have fun, and loves to help me over the rough spots.
HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!!
Kate W. San Antonio, TX

About Kate

I graduated from UTSA in the Fall of 2008, with a Bachelor of Music with a Vocal and Piano Emphasis. I have been teaching private piano and voice for 11+ years. I am fun, energetic, and patient. It brings me such joy to be able to teach children something I am so passionate about! *** Lesson Details *** Students need to practice 15 minutes a day. They are required to complete everything that is assigned to them that week, and be prepared for their lessons for the following week. A beginner usually in 3-6 months should be familiar with reading the basic treble and bass clef staff, be familiar with dynamic markings, beginning to understand basic music theory, tempo and minimal sight reading. Voice students study basic vocal technique, and learning to sing properly. *** Travel ...

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ElvaR September 7, 2010
My daughter is really enjoying her lessons. She has grown very fond of Ms. Kate. She looks forward to her lesons.Keep up the good work Ms. Kate.
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CindyG3 August 29, 2010
The best instructer I have ever had!!

If you are looking for someone who is Kind, energetic, expressive, and patient, you have found the right teacher. You can tell right away, this woman knows, and absolutly loves what she does.
Christopher S. San Antonio, TX

10 years.
Method or improv. Theater or Film.

About Christopher

I have been playing percussion for over 24 years. Schooled in the performance art of symphonic percussion, marching/drum corp percussion & world percussion. Also I have been performing live on stage and studio work on drum set for the past 17 years. Toured across the states recorded many c.d.'s and have even had songs on movie soundtracks. The knowledge I have, about the many voices each percussion instrument has, benefits my students of the percussive arts. It is very important that percussionist are everywhere loving the UNIVERSAL LANGUAGE of MUSIC. Let's work together to achieve your GOALS and BEYOND. *** Lesson Details *** Students will learn READING & WRITING of MUSIC. Very Important and easy to learn. Stick control & Technique. As well as Timing & Tuning. The first ...

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Katie S. September 4, 2014
Verified Student
very unprofessional. I was not late, but instead went to the wrong apartment. Instead of asking if I was running late or got lost, he sent me a riddle about being late: "To be early is to be one time. To be on time is to be late. To be late is to be in trouble." I'm an adult, I don't need to be told i'm in trouble. Rubbed me the wrong way.
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Joanne S. November 29, 2012
Verified Student
Great with my son...

My son looks forward to his drum lessons. Christopher's approach to teaching skills are opening my son's eyes to techniques for proper drumming which my son is receptiv to. Christopher has great with keeping on track his lessons being scheduled and has been flexible to work around our schedules.
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PaulC1 October 1, 2011
Monday drum lesson

We appreciate the work you've done with Jacob. He is practicing on his own which must mean he enjoys it. Jacob has one more week of drivers ed 10/3 and then we should be able to go back to 4:30. Thanks! Angie Collier
Joshua M. San Antonio, TX

I am specialized in Training through Stanislavski and Hagan training.

About Joshua

My name is Joshua. I currently hold a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Musical Theatre from Mars Hill University, and studied at Wayne State University's Hilberry Theatre for Graduate School in Acting/Voice. I am a current Assistant Director of VASTA (Voice and Speech Trainers Association) which concentrates on the voice in speaking and singing. I have been performing professionally for the past six years, and have been teaching for the past five. I am excited to have some openings in my schedule to finally work with new students.

Chuck R. San Antonio, TX

About Chuck

I am a comedian, performer, emcee and jack-of-many-trades who excels at teaching all types of people. My background is in theater, my degrees are in communications & psychology from University of the Incarnate Word, and my recent experience is in classroom instruction & events coordination. I taught comedy defensive driving for Funnybone from 2006-2013 and I've been a member of San Antonio's premier improv comedy troupe, The Oxymorons, since 2001. I've been the emcee for the Alamo City Rollergirls since 2007. I also help run Party 210, a local entertainment company specializing in karaoke, DJ, VJ, trivia & private parties.

Andrew H. San Antonio, TX

I have been teaching acting and related skills for 10 years. I approach acting with an emphasis on relaxation, risk-taking, characterization, and playable action.

About Andrew

Andrew H. has been teaching Stage Combat and Acting for 10 years. He is currently working with at-risk teens through the Magik Theatre's Xcellerated Theatre Program, using theatre to inspire students to change their lives. Andrew also teaches movement and stage combat at Texas State University. Andrew has worked professionally as an actor, fight choreographer, and stage combat instructor for ten years. Andrew has a BFA in Theatre from Texas State University, where he graduated Summa Cum Laude. Andrew is also an expert in Western and eastern martial arts, and blends those skills with his experience and talent on the stage to create safe scenes of realistic violence for productions all over south and central Texas. Andrew offers classes in acting, voice for stage, movement, stage ...

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