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Teaches Beginner, Intermediate
Teaching since 2012
Arts Administration (music emphsis) & Minor in Orchestral Music from Westminster College
Hey everyone! My name is Bobby, I'm a 30-year-old Salt Lake native. I studied at Westminster College and have a minor in Orchestral percussion.
I've been teaching for over 7 years both young and old students and I'm looking to teach beginner/intermediate drum students.
I focus on teaching students to learn how to read drum music, drum kit, beats, fills, songs, and rudiments.
Thank you so much for looking!
A drummer from Salt Lake City, Utah. I have worked with numerous bands and have recorded with artists all over the western coast of the U.S. I graduated in 2014 from Westminster College in Salt Lake City, Utah with a minor in Orchestral Percussion. I can teach students how to read drum sheet mu
Teaching since 2003
Teaches students 5 and up
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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. I love to have students try music from different styles, and also teach basic music theory and ear training skills.
I am very patient, and like to pay close attention to see what works best for each individual student. If a student is interested, they can participate in my periodic recitals (currently online) for performance opportunities. I also encourage my students to take advantage of local piano contests, and to see live piano performances.
I offer in person or video lessons, whichever you prefer.
The way I teach, a student can be playing songs very quickly, even while working on basic skills and learning how to read music. I love opening up the world of the keyboard and how to match it to what you see on the ...
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 11 to 18
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate
Teaching since 2011
Evan B.Book Now
Music lessons with me will be structured, but fun and always entertaining. Through Trombone, my students will learn about life and skills that can be applied not only on Trombone but for other challenges they face in life.
Hey, there! Thank you for looking over my profile. So happy that you picked this quirky instrument. I'm overjoyed that you're now wanting to take time to concentrate and tapping into the secrets of this simple instrument. With my decades of experience I welcome you to this journey to learn how many
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate
Associate of Arts in Music Performance from Musicians Institute College of Contemporary Music
Teaches students 8 and up
Experienced guitar teacher of 13 years available for eager students of all experience levels and ages! I structure my lessons so students learn what they want to learn, while also building a strong foundation of rhythm and ear training skills. I specialize in harmony and theory, typically use Hal Leonard books, and also have the following tools available to use during lessons: analog and digital recording equipment/studio, sheet music, stings and basic guitar set-ups. I can't wait to meet you!
Daniel was born to play music. He's on the path the be one of the greats! A true student of music, his influences are never-ending. As a result, he is a true jack of all trades. He can be heard playing anything from classical, folk, jazz, rock, reggae, punk, psychedelic, metal, and solo fingerstyle
Speaks English, Spanish
Awarded Outstanding soloist from West Mesa Jazz festival- Albuquerque. NM
Teaches students 5 to 18
The human voice is a delicate, sensitive instrument. I can teach you better ways to use yours. I can help with proper posture, breathing, maintenance, warm-ups and more! I can help you get a great performance consistently, and help you maintain your voice.
I am a lifelong lover of music and education. I will use my 41years of performance experience to show students how to play guitar, bass, or sing, but more importantly, how to enjoy those things! I believe music is, first and foremost a source of joy, and my lessons are designed to bring that abo
Speaks English, ASL
Awarded Oustanding Soloist from Bernard Mathews
Music-Education and Performance from New Jersey City University
from rock to Jazz the electric guitar can easily be used to learn almost any genre of music
Christopher J. has been playing guitar for 14 years and has studied and performed genres such as classical, jazz, cumbia, Latin, Spanish, Brazilian, rock and pop. He has performed with many different artists/bands and has composed for a variety of styles. While in high school Christopher studied C
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My daughter is 14 years old, is on the lower end of intermediate ability for piano and has a background in clarinet. Kelvin was wonderful. A great all around teacher. From technique to conveying confidence to teaching you how to convey your emotion through your music, Kelvin does it all. What a wonderful teacher!"
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Really good teacher, learnt dance, acting, & voice."
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