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Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Awarded Iowa All State Orchestra from Iowa High School Music Association
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Hello! I've been teaching violin and piano for 10+ years to students of all ages. I love helping beginners learn about the fun world of music, and helping intermediate/advanced students hone their skills.
I have a minor in music from Brigham Young University and have played in many different orchestras. I was All State in orchestra for 4 years during high school, and was concertmaster of the Brigham Young Symphony Orchestra. I also played with the Bradley University orchestra in Peoria, IL.
I am very patient and pay close attention to see what works best for each individual student. I love to have students try music from different styles, and also teach basic music theory and ear training skills.
If a student desires, I also like to get them involved in group playing opportunities, and hold periodic performance recitals.
I offer in person or video lessons, whichever you prefer.
Hello! I've been teaching violin and piano for 10+ years to students of all ages. I have played violin for 41 years and piano for 43 years. I am very patient and flexible. I like to pay attention and see what kind of things work best for each student. I love to have students try music from diff
Teaches students 17 and up
Teaching since 2001
Awarded Critics Circle Award from San Francisco Bay Area Theatre Critics Circle Award
If you you are a singer looking to book shows get in here! I am a Musical Theatre Person from wayyyyy back! I cannot wait to work with you. Bring me your material and let's work on it. We will work on your vocal technique and your performance. I am an artist development coach so be prepared to have absolute attention paid to YOU. I work with music artists in my studio and I am available for studio coaching sessions. I work with artists in the Bay Area, Los Angeles and virtually. You are going to love this work.
If you're preparing for an audition for a conservatory or university or show, see me. Bring your prepared material and we will break it down and work on it and make sure you are ready. Preparation & confidence is vital. Let's give you these things. I can work with you virtually.
Kathryn K I am happy to offer committed actors, executives, engineers and speakers private sessions to strengthen your performance and ignite your work. I specialize as a Method Acting Coach addressing technique for film, stage, on camera work, audition technique, monologue, scene study, script
Speaks English, some Spanish
Teaching since 1978
Awarded 4 Year Full Scholarship, Outstanding Musician Award from Manhattan School of Music, De Anza Community College
Hi, My name is Geoff and I' m here to teach you the Cello. I offer Technical studies, Solo pieces, NYSSMA, Scales and Arpeggios, Bow Technique, Symphony Repertoire, School Orchestra and other ensemble work and Reading skills. My students do great at NYSSMA, All County as well as LI String Festival. What I teach you, you' ll take with you for ever. Let' s get playing!
Hi, my name is Geoff and I play Double Bass, Bass Guitar, Cello and Piano. I played full time in a Symphony orchestra for 20 yrs., began playing Piano in 1963, Bass Guitar 1970, Double Bass 1977 and Cello 1982. I prescribe lessons complete with Solo, Ensemble, and Technical Playing and Reading Skil
Speaks Italian, Spanish, English
M.Ed. from University of St. Thomas
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
I have competed and performed in several continents around the globe and have been coached by the best and most renowned bagpipers in Canada, the US, Australia, New Zealand and the UK. A teacher by trade, I have the tools you need to succeed with this instrument, whether you are just beginning or are an advanced player.
We will focus on the fundamental skills needed to make your music a joy to hear! I hold a Master's degree in Education and know what it takes to raise your playing to a higher standard. Message me to see if we could be a good match!
Ever since I was 8 years old, I have loved playing the bagpipes. The instrument was not easy at first - and admittedly I wanted to quit taking lessons early on - but by persevering through the initial learning curve I took off with it and my life has honestly never been the same since. My hope is t
I have taken five lessons with Anthony and have very much enjoyed his passion and teaching style. He is patient and non-judgmental and has a very thoughtful process for learning bagpipe techniques.
I appreciate that he sends me a video demonstration of what we just covered in the lesson to fall back on.
Anthony played thunderstruck by AC/DC for me once and it was simply amazing.
Susan Skye B.
Teaches students 6 and up
Associate of Arts, General Studies from College of the Mainland
Teaching since 2013
Susan Skye B.
For beginners, I will help you understand the basics and find your voice, and begin to sing different styles of music.
For intermediate students, I will teach you more advanced concepts and identify and hone problem areas.
For advanced students, we will work on fine-tuning both your voice and your repertoire to make you as well-rounded and flexible a singer as possible.
About Susan Skye
I started singing when I heard the musical "Cats" at age 8. I decided I wanted to sing like those people, and that's exactly what I did: I sang my little heart out until I had a great voice. At age 11, I was asked to play the bassoon in the school band, which also required piano lessons. This
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate
Teaching since 1996
Associate's Degree in Theatre Performance from MacEwan University
There are arguably more jokes about "singers" in the jazz community than there are about drummers (or even trombonists)! These jokes arise because so many jazz singers don't think of themselves as musicians; as part of the band. And we need to change that!
As jazz vocalists, we need to learn more than just songs. (Although, of course, we learn lots of songs!) We learn musicianship, how to communicate with a band, how to make charts/lead sheets in your best keys, and a great deal of jazz music etiquette. In addition, of course, we learn about improvisation, a key component of singing in the jazz idiom.
Once you are comfortable with the idea of singing (and leading a band) through a few songs, we will attend a jazz jam in Tucson to experience it for real!
I'm a passionate professional vocalist and a fourth generation music educator. With 20+ years of professional performing, coaching and teaching experience under my belt, I emphasize rhythm and musicality alongside technique and note reading. I always set myself the goal of learning what makes a mus
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