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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!
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 ...
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 ...
I was a Theater Arts major at Trinity University where I took part in several productions, including Cabaret, Trojan Women, Chemin de Fer and Die Fledermaus. AT San Antonio Little Theater I performed in No, No, Nanette and Philemon. As a student at UTSA, I performed in Trial by Jury, Boris Godunov, Iolanthe and the Madrigal Christmas Dinners. I was hired by UTSA as a paid performer in the Madrigal Christmas dinners from 1984 to 1989. From 1989 to 1995 I taught Music and Drama at Converse Elementary. In the 1990's I performed in The Magic Flute and Don Giovanni as part of the San Antonio Festival. I have done freelance work over the years as a performer for special events. As an elementary music teacher and secondary choir teacher, I have produced and directed numerous programs and musicals. I have taught acting and public speaking to a number of students.
My name is Tim and I live in Schertz, Texas. I hold a BM and a BME from UTSA and an MM from Texas State. I also studied drama for 3 years at Trinity University. I have been a music teacher for 24 years. I have taught elementary music, secondary choir and college level music courses. I have performed in operas, musicals and plays in San Antonio and I have sung at Carnegie Hall in New York. I studied voice with Herald Stark and guitar with David Underwood. I have led a professional singing group and a professional dance troupe. I have composed choral music which has been performed in San Antonio and entered into international competitions. I have spent years learning techniques to help students sing in tune and learn how to read music. I have experience teaching students of all ages from ...
I do not have much experience in acting but I do enjoy doing impersonations (of people I know and various notable people) and reenactments of various movie scenes. Given my years of immersion of the human condition, I can help you develop as an actor by giving you honest feedback on anything you are working on or would like to work on. I am confident in my ability to discern what is natural and what is forced.
I have experience tutoring students as well as working with individuals individually and in groups, as an undergrad intern, a cognitive skills trainer, and a counseling student. As an undergrad intern, I worked with elementary school children as a tutor and a mentor. As a counseling student, I have worked with various populations, from children to adults to older adults in hospice care, as well as individuals suffering from a mental illness. This diversity has given me an all around kind of perspective when it comes to working with individuals and has especially helped me further develop my approach to working with individuals. My approach is one that is peculiar to the individual. As an auto-didactic learner, I believe that everyone has their own way of learning; therefore,
I am specialized in Training through Stanislavski and Hagan training.
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.
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.
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 ...
"Steven is very professional and extremely helpful. He always has a smile on and is serious about helping you phrase the music. I would highly recommend him to anyone."
"It's been really exciting so far! Jordan has been so helpful, so knowledgeable. I could not have found a better instructor and I'm getting better and better every day."
"My daughter's wedding was weeks away and I had never been able to dance a step. With Jenny's help, I came further than ever before in such short time in any subject."