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Teaching since 2018
Teaches students Male: 11 to 15; Female: 11 and up
My goal with all my students is to help them reach their potential through building the confidence and skills to create beautiful music. I was trained classically in my early teens and became more polished in contemporary and musical theatre styles throughout my high school and college years. I especially love creating my own music and playing the guitar. I have been singing since I could talk and I am beyond excited to share the gift of music with others!
My goal for each of my students is to help them to gain confidence in themselves and their talents through improving the skills that are uniquely theirs. Every voice and every student is extremely unique and it is my quest to help each student become the singer they want to become. Each student wil
Teaching since 2011
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate
Teaches students 11 to 18
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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, Advanced
Piano Performance (Hons) from Royal Conservatoire of Scotland
Teaching since 2014
Experienced collaborative pianist and teacher, looking to expand piano studio for beginner to advanced students! With a BA in Piano Performance and 16 years of professional training under the belt, the sky is the limit for your potential as a student. Lessons are configured around personal music goals, and encourage gaining a greater technique appreciation while also seeing real progress in your musicality, sight-reading, and performance skills. Let's hit the ground running and add accomplished pianist to your skillset!
I am a professional pianist with 15 years of piano experience and currently working on a Bachelor's in Piano Performance. As a classically trained pianist and teacher who has trained all over the world, my successes have stemmed from creating fun ways to engage minds during practice and encouraging
Anastasia's knowledge is very intensive. She always has an answer for my questions be it basic or advanced questions.
Bachelor of Arts - Voice Performance from Western Michigan University
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Bridget is a professional operatic mezzo-soprano with a background in music theater and pop style singing with a passion for helping students find and develop their unique instrument in a variety of styles from beginners to more advanced students with significant prior studies in voice. She is an experienced and patient teacher who tailors each lesson to the students specific needs and goals. Bridget has sung roles with Fort Worth Opera and Kentucky Opera among other national companies and recently taught a masterclass with students at the University of Southern Indiana. She holds a Masters degree in Voice Performance from Boston University and an Artist Diploma from Texas Christian University.
Bridget is a full-time performing operatic mezzo-soprano and voice technician with a background in musical theater and pop style singing. She is a nurturing and enthusiastic teacher who tailors each lesson to the specific needs and goals of her students. Bridget is a recent Metropolitan Opera Natio
Awarded Waka Winter Classic Winner 2015 from Wakarusa Music Festival/Pipeline Productions
Teaches students 7 and up
Creative Writing from Louisiana State University
I like to make learning an instrument fun and easy to fit into your schedule!
If you're an adult finally getting around to learning your dream instrument or a child following your passion of playing music I tailor your lessons specifically to you. We look at what you want to play, pick specific songs that you want to learn, and learn the techniques you need to play these songs. It sounds simple, but it's so effective and much more fun to learn this way!
Hi! I'm Grant! And it would be my pleasure to be your music instructor. I teach all of the fretted string instruments: Guitar | Banjo | Mandolin | Bass | Ukulele I structure my lesson plans specifically around what you want to learn and how you want to learn it. We will go as slow or f
Master of Music from Oklahoma State University
Teaching since 2012
Teaches students 10 to 75
I am a professional cellist and private educator based in Los Angeles, California. I have seventeen years of cello experience, including a Bachelors in Music from the prestigious University of North Texas. I earned my Masters of Music in Cello Performance at Oklahoma State University, where my research included pedagogy and performance practice.
My former teachers include Shawn Sanders (2006-2010), Nikola Ružević (-2014) and Dr. Meredith Blecha-Wells (-2016). I have performed masterclasses for artists including Phyllis Young, Bion Tsang, Dobrila Berković-Magdalenič, Johnathan Ruck, and Kari Caldwell.
My primary education used Suzuki Method materials along with exercises by Popper and Dotzauer, and later more advanced studies such as Feuillard, Duport, and Piatti. My teaching uses these resources, in addition to personalized exercises, to help my students achieve their musical goals. These goals may include repertoire which is strictly classical, contemporary, or a blend of the two. ...
During my studies I performed with the Tulsa Symphony Orchestra through the Patti Johnson Wilson Orchestral Fellowship, with Principal Guest Conductor Daniel Hege. I worked under conductors including Eric Whitacre, Benjamin Zander, Sarah Ioannides, and Gerhardt Zimmerman, among others. I performed
I would recommend him to anyone wishing to begin or further their classical training on the cello.
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I'm a student of Steve G.'s and am in my 40's. I had previously taken classical piano lessons from the age of 7 until 18, but I wanted to try my hand at guitar. Having come from a long line of teachers in my own family, I am well acquainted with the great (but often under-appreciated) skill it requires to be a quality instructor of any kind. A superb instructor (like Steve G.) should possess the following qualities:
1. Patient: Prodigies or masters of their art often lack the ability to convey their ability on a small scale to their pupils. Steve is an amazing performer and artist, and yet he is humble enough to walk alongside you, particularly when you are establishing the fundamentals of guitar technique. He will find the areas that need work and allow you to see how a small amount of persistence can result in large gains.
2. Encouraging: Steve is always optimistic. You can feel his passion for music in every word he speaks. He has the rare gift of making you see the flashes of your own talent, and he will help you build on those. He will not only help you figure out ways to overcome your obstacles in playing, but he will also deepen your appreciation of the instrument itself. He even went with me to the store to pick out an awesome acoustic guitar!
3. Individualizing: Steve doesn't have a once-size-fits-all method of teaching. He is a very keen and observant instructor who will challenge you based on your progress as well as your natural abilities. He will get to know you as a human being and as a budding artist. He will find ways to allow you to take your own inspirations and use them to drive you forward in your musical exploration.
4. Exemplary: Steve has tremendous integrity, not only as an artist but also as a professional instructor. He is also a tremendous guitarist with a broad repertoire, and watching him play will motivate you to become even better.
I hope this review is helpful to anyone who is considering taking lessons. Sign up with Steve and you won't regret it! Good luck on your journey!"
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