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Teaching since 1996
2 Yr. Degree in Drums/Drumset from M.I.(Musicians Institute)
Awarded scored 1 on snare drum from Utah State
Teaching students how to play with bands and read music are both important. I've played over 30 years and taught over 20 of those years. Grooves, coordination, reading and soloing are all aspects of what I teach from mostly my own books. I combine having fun with the commitment of practicing into a well rounded learning experience. I have recitals for students to show off their talents 1-2 times yearly. I'm versatile in teaching new drummers or advanced students. I look forward to our lessons.
I've played drums about 30 years and taught lessons about 20 of those years. Each student is different and I've evolved my lessons to accommodate teaching each student. My background consists of all styles of Drumset, marching band, rock bands, soloing and Troopers drum corps. Also playing in jazz,
Teaches students 5 to 18
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate
Teaching since 2009
Fun beginning lessons with a teacher who cares about their students. I’m willing to come to you or do it remotely. I have 10+ years of playing experience and teaching. I took 5th place at the International Women’s Brass Conference in my age group in 2015. I love teaching and want to support the “aha” moment. I will help you become more confident and excel.
I teach my clients in a creative and comfortable space in their home or remotely. I love teaching new students to help them feel comfortable with the instrument and to succeed. I have been playing for 10+ years and have a lot of experience teaching privately. I currently only have one student sinc
Teaching since 2018
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Teaches students 6 and up
Got the quarantine blues? Nowhere to go - nothing to do? Let's rock! There couldn't be a better way to spend your time than playing the guitar. It is beneficial to your mind and soul, and can lead you in many positive directions in life. My goal is to help cultivate excitement in my students, and to keep learning fun and interesting. We will focus on what it is that gravitates you to the guitar, and break down what you will need to learn to gain the freedom you are looking for. My aim is that you will always continue to pick up the guitar on your own out of the joy of playing, instead of feeling like you have to. The guitar doesn't have to be a rigid instruction, it is fun, free, creative and different for everyone!
Hello there! My name is Pat, I live in Provo, Utah and I absolutely love playing the guitar! Besides studying the instrument over the past 16 years, I've played in countless bands and have performed in over 1000 shows in my lifetime. Some notable concerts I've played: Bonnaroo, Austin City Limit
Teaches students 8 to 80
Teaching since 2011
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate
Tawai F.Book Now
I teach my students songwriting methods and later give them an opportunity to record an original song in my home studio. Each student's journey is unique. Together we go through 5 of their favorite artists and we learn from them while embracing originality.
Hi, Tai here It' so good to meet you! I'm excited to help you to learn guitar and to write songs. It warms my heart to see a fellow guitar player/ student light up after learning what it is their artistic heart wants to learn. Whether it is writing a song or learning to play your favorite songs.
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate
Teaching since 2017
Teaches students 5 and up
Tyler D.Book Now
Want to learn Clarinet with a real Performer? I have 10+ years experience performing in bands, clubs and cruise ships on the sax, clarinet and keyboard. Working with Jr. High students weekly, I understand the common pitfalls that students face. I have the belief that by developing your ear and the basics you can learn the basics you can be more than a good clarinet player, but a great musician.
If you're looking for an experienced virtual music teacher and performer I'm ready! I currently work in two Jr. High schools as the woodwind instructor helping and teaching in sectionals and one on one. I am known for my ability to help students to win superior ratings at Solo and Ensemble nights, i
Teaches students 8 and up
Teaching since 2021
Flute Performance from Brigham Young University - Provo
Kaitlyn R.Book Now
I'm currently studying Flute Performance at BYU. I have had much success with competitions throughout high school. I earned a 1 at State Solo and ensemble, I won the concerto competition with the American Heritage Philharmonic Symphony. In 2017, I made 1st chair in the All-State Band and was awarded #7 on the Billboard Charts as the principle chair with the American Heritage Philharmonic Symphony. I'm currently principle chair with the Wind Symphony at BYU. I would love to help you reach your dreams and aspirations with playing the flute! I offer $20/hr flute lessons and the first lesson is FREE! Email, call or text message me to sign up today!
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