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Speaks English, Spanish, French, Italian, German
Bachelors of Music: Vocal Performance from California State Univ. Los Angeles
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Hi! I'm glad you've found my teaching profile! I'm excited to get to know you. I have been teaching for 25 years, have 2+ advanced degrees in vocal performance, and worked as a professional chorister and soloist for 16 years with the BEST ensembles in Los Angeles. I've sung with the best and that means I know how to help you go from where you are to where you want to be IN NO TIME! Come on in! Let's get started...
My passion is helping you accomplish what you want to do and get you where you want to go. I LOVE teaching and laughing and giggling with my students through every lesson. I am intensely interested in how the voice works and presents itself in each new student. * I have performed in and can teac
My 8-year-old daughter and I took lessons with Mrs. Marti together for almost a year. During that time, we progressed together from "oh Lord that's not the right pitch at all" to being able to sing beautifully harmonized duets together. My range now extends well beyond what I ever thought possible.
I highly recommend Marti for anyone who is seeking a highly qualified and extremely competent vocal coach who teaches lessons catered specifically to you and your needs. A+!
Speaks Russian, Korean
Teaches students 5 to 50
Doctor of Musical Arts (Cello Performance) from University of Southern California
I am experienced in teaching all-level students, including the ones with special needs. I'm truly passionate about engaging & motivating students to learn through music lessons. My goal is to help them ultimately utilize the cello music for their well-being.
I received Doctor of Musical Arts degree from the University of Southern California with minor in Music Education and Master's of Music from Yale University in cello performance.
Education 2012 Aug. University of Southern California, Thornton School of Music (Doctor of Musical Arts in Cello Performamce) 2006 May. Yale University, School of Music (Master of Music in Cello Performance) 2004 February The
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate
Teaches students 5 and up
Teaching since 2014
My piano lessons are customized to meet your specific musical goals, and whether you are an adult wanting to take lessons for the first time, or a teen aspiring to make music your full-time career, I am excited to help you achieve success on the piano. My lessons are rooted in classical training, and I incorporate many contemporary techniques including piano improvisation and playing by ear.
I have played and studied music for over 15 years, performing locally and internationally in a wide variety of solo, chamber, and orchestral music settings. I've had several years of teaching experience, both through my private studio as well as affiliations with local music schools. While I lov
When I had questions or problems that we were not able to figure out between the two of us he went to his instructor to ask. He was not afraid to admit that he didn't know. He respected me as a scientist who had challenging questions.
Overall, I highly recommend Chris as an instructor for viola.
Liz Fanora J.
Speaks English, German, Spanish
Awarded Director's Award for Band from Chamberlain High School
Teaches students 5 and up
Liz Fanora J.
With 6 years of playing and performance experience, Liz shares her knowledge of ukulele in the styles of folk, pop, rock, reggae, and jazz.
About Liz Fanora
After graduating California Institute of the Arts with a multi-focus on several aspects of music including African dance, Indonesian gamelan, songwriting, recording, classical voice and piano, folk guitar, and more, Liz had the excellent opportunity to teach theater to a local musical theater summe
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Teaching since 1993
Teaches students 8 to 75
As an accomplished professional musician and teacher, I understand the musical journey. I have been teaching students ranging in ages from 7 to 91(!) for many years, from beginners to professionals. and tailor my lessons to each individual. I believe it is about the journey and enjoying the process. I include context in my teaching, giving a more holistic approach to art and music. I believe the study of music will enrich your life in many ways and that music can become a friend for life.
After all these years of playing and thousands of gigs In many genres, I still remember why I started playing in the first place. The excitement and joy of playing and exploring music should last and I strive to impart that in lessons. Of course, you need to know how to work the machine and I teach
Bob is a talented, accomplished performer who shares his in-depth professional experience and broad knowledge of music history and culture to educate and motivate. During lessons, Bob has been known to relay stories from classical-era musicians’ lives, play passages from 1930s to current jazz musicians, and impart lessons from his own performance experiences. I'm so often amazed that he has yet another fascinating example or story to illuminate a topic and provide new understanding of a concept.
Bob is a learner-centric teacher who provides creative, deliberate plans and steps to move forward, but will change course if needed to enhance success. Since I started the saxophone later in life, he often mentions the “unique strengths of adult learners” and relates adult life-knowledge to learning musical concepts. Additionally, I have long struggled with confidence in music-making and Bob has come up with creative solutions to help me overcome my own “getting in the way” of music making while keeping me on task. Along the way he has been understanding, kind, and supremely patient while working through this challenge with me.
Bob brings a keen intellect, good sense of humor, and a relaxed and fun teaching style to his lessons. I feel fortunate to have an expert and steadfast guide who encourages me to explore and have fun with music while helping me gain knowledge and skills. Do yourself a favor and call Bob to guide you on your own musical journey.
Speaks English, French
Bachelor of Science from SUNY New Paltz
Teaching since 1988
I have been working as a professional musician since 1987. In that time, I've played many roles alongside a wide range of established and emerging talent, from around the world, including band leader, accompanist, music producer, composer, arranger, co-writer, teacher, coach and mentor. Along the way, I have continued to pursue my passion for education, teaching private music lessons to amateurs, professionals and hobbyists from all walks of life.
I have been living and working in Nashville, Tennessee since March 2004. In that time, I have picked up LOADS of experience and techniques working with a long list of established and emerging Country, Alternative Country and Americana acts. I have a lot to offer in this area. I am not, however, your guy for "chicken-pickin'."
Beginner, intermediate and advanced are all welcome. I give the same attention to teaching amateurs as I do professionals. Cancellation/Rescheduling Policy: Forty-eight (48) hours advance notice is necessary to cancel or reschedule any lesson. Otherwise, students are responsible for the full p
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When I came to Francesca I had zero musical background. I wanted to learn to play the quitar so I could sing to my first grandchildren ( twin girls) coming in February. By my forth lesson I was playing 'Yellow Submarine ' by the Beatles! Francesca truly has a gift for teaching music. She loves it and loves sharing her knowledge. I leave my lesson with a smile every week."
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