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About Heather M. L.

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Saint Augustine, FL

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Playing the piano is so much fun. My piano students learn how to read music, play with proper technique, and express themselves musically. More importantly, they learn to believe in themselves and their own strengths. We'll begin our learning journey together by discussing your specific goals. Each and every student's lessons are customized to his preferences.

About Heather M.
More important than my conservatory education and my experience as an educator and a performer is my passion for teaching music and acting and my undying belief that anyone can learn to be a musician and an actor. I'm currently available to teach lessons in my own St. Augustine home studio and online around the globe.

I'm a cum laude graduate of Westminster Choir College in Princeton, New Jersey and a winner of its merit scholarship.
After performing with the New York and Royal Philharmonics, the New Jersey and Virginia Symphonies, the American Boy Choir and the internationally renowned opera star, Andrea Bocelli, studying opera and piano at Westminster Choir College and performance art and improvisational acting at East Carolina University in North Carolina, and appearing in shows and pageants across the east coast, I found my life'
s work in 2003 when I began teaching music.

I've successfully taught hundreds of different students since 2003, from 5-year-olds with special needs to middle-aged professional opera singers, from a professor in Saudi Arabia to a 65-year-old doctor of music, from kids of Radio Disney to students of the famed Actors Studio in New York, from busy stay-at-home parents to retirees with bucket lists, from CEOs to touring singer-songwriters.

I've created and led a workshop about singing called, "The Whole Body Singer". I've written dozens of articles about music and music education for the blog at TakeLessons.com.

My extensive knowledge of the voice has encouraged and empowered hundreds of singers and prepared many of them to win competitions, pageants and auditions, as well as roles in operas and musicals.

Having both taught myself piano and received formal training at a conservatory has prepared me to teach almost anyone how to play.
The intensive training and education that I received at Westminster Choir College in songwriting, music theory and sight reading has benefited my students at every level.

My current work as singer and keyboardist in the acoustic rock duo, Timberwood, has strengthened my knowledge of a broad range of styles and genres. I have a strong commitment to continuing my education. That's why I recently (2014) studied songwriting online with the Berklee College of Music in Boston.

In the lessons that I teach, I'm flexible, positive and encouraging. While I want my students to have fun and love music, not dread it, I expect hard work and persistence. I am caring, patient, nurturing, and compassionate. In piano lessons, I usually allow the student to choose a piece with which to warm up and then move on to technique and repertoire. In voice lessons, I usually warm up the singer and discuss technique and sight singing before focusing on song choices. Joan Frey Boytim wrote a book for voice that I like to use, and I like the Estelle Liebling exercises for the more advanced singer. Hanon exercises are a big part of my piano curriculum, and I enjoy the Bastien and Alfred books for young and old. I have used completely random songs pulled out of a piano bench and a karaoke CD for kids. I will use almost anything I can get my hands on if it means effectively teaching music.
Acting lessons consist of exercises and games that apply learned concepts, and monologue and audition coaching. Parents, siblings and spouses are always welcome to observe lessons quietly.
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· Singing · Online
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E. February 8, 2018
· Jazz Voice · Online
Great first class with Heather - good online technology.
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tforma@gmail.com January 31, 2018
· Acoustic Guitar · Online
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About Barry M.

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We will work on basic piano techniques (crossover patterns, hand positions, etc) while working on specific music pieces to improve your piano playing skills

About Barry
Hello! A little about me... I have a Bachelors Degree in Music, 15 years of performing experience, and 10 years of teaching experience. I would love to share what I've learned to help you find your authentic sound. I try to approach each student individually vs treating everyone the same, catering to learning styles and willingness to learn. I hope to see you soon!

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I think everyone is born with the capacity to sing, with their own unique voice. I think often times we "get in our own way" and hold ourselves back from truly realizing our potential. I would love to help find your true voice so that you can do anything you want, whether it's singing in the shower or in front of thousands of adoring fans at Carnegie Hall!

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Practice rooms with upright pianos.

*** Travel Equipment ***
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here is no piano, we can work from the mp3 player or a cd player and make it work!

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I specialize in Jazz voice, improvisation (scatting) and Broadway singing. I am also trained in Acting.
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Ellaree L. March 1, 2017
· Broadway Singing · In studio
i like berry alot and i want to continue singing with him
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Kennedy L. February 9, 2017
· Singing · In studio
Very good instructor....
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Barrett January 13, 2017
· Broadway Singing · In studio
Barry was polite, insightful and wasted little time in getting to work. Truth be told I was running behind due to traffic and he was professional and patient. So far a joy to work with.
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About Michael Douglas J.

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Experienced piano teacher of 15 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 piano skills. I specialize in performance skills and typically use the Alfred Adult or Beginner books.
I have played piano since age 5 when I began playing by ear. I learned to read music much later in my life and have gone on to work in many different capacities as a pianist in the professional world. I have worked with many cabaret artists as musical director, arranger and accompanist. Most notably, Debbie Boily's "Thank You for the Music"a one woman show with me at the piano, recorded live at Ovations in June 2004 Houston, Texas and subsequently performed in France, England and New York.

About Michael Douglas
I maintain very active performing and teaching careers. I have private voice studios on Long Island and in Manhattan and have taught singers and pianists in every genre of music for the last 28 years. I was on the faculty of New York University in the Music and Music Professions Department for 5 years. I was a coach in the Banff Centre's 'Voice through body and movement' workshop. Throughout my career as a vocal coach, I have worked with many cabaret artists as musical director, arranger and accompanist. Most notably, Debbie Boily's "Thank You for the Music"a one woman show with me at the piano, recorded live at Ovations in June 2004 Houston, Texas and subsequently performed in France, England and New York. Most recently, I recorded an opera with Jazz legend Anthony Braxton and a Jazz CD with Fred Ho. I have recorded operas in progress fo
r Atlantic Records and new works of composers on the BMI label. As a performer I won the prestigious Jessie award for "outstanding performance by an actor in a leading role" for my creation of the Marquis in "120 Songs for the Marquis de Sade" in the world premiere co-produced by Modern Baroque Opera and Vancouver New Music. My international debut was in Sweden, singing the lead role of Director in "Kafka's Chimp" by Welsh composer, John Metcalf. Originally from Hawaii I now reside in New York where I garden and raise chickens. Experience
Fall 2000-2006 New York University NY, NY
Vocal Instructor for undergraduate and graduate students in the Music and Music Professions degree programs.
Instructor of Italian Diction
Music Director/Vocal Coach for ODIN, a new rap opera.

Spring 2003-2014 State University of New York at Stony Brook Stony Brook, NY
Vocal Coach for chamber groups for performances, which begins with selection of repertoire and continues to final dress.

Summer 2002-2004 Banff Centre for the Arts Banff, Alberta
Guest Lecturer/Vocal Instructor working with each singer individually for festival opera productions as well as attended rehearsals and production meetings.

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I endeavor to teach you a natural and easy vocal production; to teach you a good solid technique of singing and to help you develop confidence and a polished delivery as a singing artist on and off the stage.

Our work together is an intuitive journey of discovery. Your participation in giving feedback about what you are experiencing during our sessions together as well as what happens in your practice sessions and in your performances is an invaluable tool for us to discover and develop your voice.

Practice: I encourage you to practice 20 minutes a day. An hour is ideal. Singing is like anything that you want to master: it improves with work and investigation. The voice is a curiously individual element of each person and aside from the basics of technique no two voices work the same. Our work together is to develop your unique voice and to discover how it works. Working outside our sessions on a regular basis will help you take ownership of your voice and technique.

Auditions/Performances: Please bring all music that you plan to sing in public to your sessions well in advance of the performance. We need time to investigate the music and its demands together; it will make you more confident and polished in your presentation.

In our Vocal sessions you will learn…
…how to use and blend the entire range of your voice.
… a healthy and free voice management.
1) You want to know what to expect from your vocal instrument on any given note and on any given word.
2) Training makes singing technique second nature; training relieves struggling to get the sound out and allows more focus on the performance.
3) Training allows for more tone coloration, a wider dynamic range, a full use and blending of the registers and greater stamina.
4) Extensive training and practical voice work gives a singer with long-range career aspirations the tools necessary to succeed in an incredibly competitive business. Whether the music is rock, pop, jazz, rhythm and blues, country, musical theater or classical, the trained singer can better meet the demands of a life on the stage as a singer.

*** Studio Equipment ***
Dedicated Music Space, music stand, grand piano, three windows

*** Specialties ***
Onstage singing: I have 29 years experience on the operatic, music theater and cabaret theatre stages.
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Jenna M. February 18, 2018
· Singing · In studio
Unbelievable teacher and mentor.
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George January 25, 2018
· Singing · In home
a great teacher. demanding and has enormous knowledge of the subjects. I'm very happy with him.
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Ken T. January 19, 2018
· Singing · In studio
For those of you who are nervous getting started, Michael is the one for you. He made me feel at ease during our first lesson. He also showed me things I could do with my voice right away, which i found shocking. He has been great at boosting my confidence and getting me to that next level. I definitely recommend Michael for anyone who is looking to start singing!!
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About Aaron W.

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I've been playing piano for the last 18 years, and I can teach anyone wanting to start out for the first time, or people who are interested in continuing their piano education.

About Aaron
I recently graduated from UCLA with a Bachelor's degree in Music with an emphasis on trumpet performance. I'm currently teaching and working with my time between now and when I begin a Master's program. I am also a trumpet player in the Army National Guard, and am very active with gigs and playing taps with the Army.
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David D. June 17, 2017
· Bugle · Online
Aaron is a great teacher! I enjoyed my lesson today with him and look forward to my other lessons!
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JB June 2, 2017
· Trumpet · In home
As an instructor Aaron is outstanding. He's professional and has impressive attributes being a UCLA grad and participating member of the armed forces; but more so, he's encouraging to his students and in our son - he positively encouraged a passion for the trumpet and a high regard for music in general.
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Byung April 26, 2017
· Trumpet · Online
I love to play music instruments.
I am about between intermediate and advanced with violin.flute and cello.
My main purpose to learn trumpet is to play trumpet solo in christmas music at church.(lots of needs but so rare to see good trumpet solo specially amomg asian.
I have a problem to get into this booking.
Please anybody give me a call or email me.
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About Richard W.

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I played piano for Brigham Young University's Dance Department for 7 years - sight reading or playing without any music for Ballet and Modern Dance classes. I think sight reading is one of the best piano skills to have because you can play whatever you want in a fraction of the time. So my goal is to get students there. Most people aren't looking to become concert pianists, and my goal isn't that. It's to help them play well enough to really enjoy it and be very satisfied with their progress.

About Richard
My goal is to help students ENJOY the piano by finding ways to make it easier and doable. I have a very useful approach in helping students become self sufficient to sight read very well, to see patterns, understand music theory to either help them play well, or to even create their own music(I compose a lot of great music as well)

I couldn't sight read very well until I was 16, but I had a great sight reading teacher that showed me how to develop it, and now I can say that I'm one of the best sight readers out there that I know. I was a ballet pianist at Brigham Young University for several years where all I did was sightread binders full of ballet/classical music. I play for choirs, church congregations, jazz bands, or musical jam sessions all the time, and I couldn't do that at all if I didn't learn how to sight read well.
I would love to help you learn the piano, and I will do my best to make learning as effective as possible. I especially enjoy teaching those who quit and would like to try again, because I know what that is like.

Concerning my musical background, I've played, arranged, and composed piano for choirs, bands, jazz combos, singers. I've been in bands all my life, and have composed for jazz bands, choirs, and orchestras at BYU and in Eastern Europe. I also play about 10 different instruments. I won two Student Emmys in Hollywood for my compositions to BYU's animations in 2010 & 2014.

I am currently writing music for video games.
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Valerie L. February 5, 2018
· English · Online
Richard is a great teacher, and is patient, always ready to answer my questions. I am becoming more confident in my conversations.
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Valerie L. December 15, 2017
· English · Online
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Rachel M November 27, 2017
· Piano · In studio
Richard is awesome with my daughter. He continues to be patient with her and with me, as often my work schedule conflicts with lessons. He continues to work with me despite the schedule conflicts. My daughter is enjoying Piano more and more, as he continues to find ways to help her learn. Thanks for all the hard work.
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About Michelle H.

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Springville, UT
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Michelle integrates music theory, musicianship, and practice/performance techniques into lessons. She believes that good technique is the best foundation and true art is built from that.
Michelle has four programs to choose from: "Wunderkeys" for beginners ages 4-6; a track for a primary emphasis on music theory and composition; "Piano Marvel" for kids who still need to realize they do want to play piano; and a track for traditional classical piano.

About Michelle
Michelle H. is a classical pianist located in Springville, Utah. She has accompanied people and played solos in church and collegiate concerts, as well as judged at the Northern Utah Valley and Juab piano festivals in Utah. She obtained an Associate’s of Science in Music at Snow College in 2016 and is now at Utah Valley University to complete a Bachelor's.
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Ginger September 9, 2017
· Piano · In studio
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Ammon December 21, 2016
· Classical Piano · In home
Michelle is a brilliantly expressive pianist and so great to work with! She is always full of great insights, and always seems to know what to do to make a passage of music have a little more of that special "magic"! I find her to be always quick to solve problems and she really knows her material. She has a great personality, is always positive, very organized, and on time. I look forward to continuing to work with her!
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My approach is holistic and expressive. The first few lessons I like to have the students really get to know their instrument and learn how to use it to it's capacity. Students learn the parts of the piano as well as the ways to access their power with the instrument. I also allow the student to choose pieces that inspire him/her and I work with them on obtaining their goals of performance, sight-reading, or simple understanding of rhythm and pitch. I work with each student's learning style.

About Cara
Hello,
My name is Cara and I'm a songwriter as well as a pianist and a guitarist. I love to play for others and I love to play music. I have performed a lot of different stages including in New York City, Boston, and in Europe. I love to play with other people and I also love listening to all different kinds of music. I also have recorded in recording studios and the process was amazing!
I would love to help you on your journey to learning an instrument or how to become a more expressive and developed musician. I like to take the journey with the people I'm teaching and helping. I can give you a lot of tips that I wouldn't have known about when I was at the point you were at; I also love the pleasure of getting to hear you hone your skills and play better every week.
Feel free to contact me with your availability and your story. I look
forward to hearing from you!
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With being a member of various performance ensembles throughout the southeast, my leadership roles have molded my mindset of advisement with instruction and performance. I have the competitive edge of diversity, eagerness, and determination to fulfill the needs of any company or artist seeking guidance in developing their creativity.

About Nate
I am an innovator of fine arts and education that is interested in experiencing unique opportunities throughout a progressive lifetime. I am determined to maintain a career that promotes creativity and academic advancement in the field of visual and performing arts. My experiences with education have gained me an interest of instructional design and organizational structure as a professional consultant that facilitates the sale of education as well.
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Want to make sure you get the right start? I build a lesson plan for every student and tailor each lesson to fit their needs. We not only cover piano, but we will make sure that you establish a foundation in music theory, ear training, rhythmic studies, technique, music analysis, composition and improvisation. I have been a professional pianist for 13 years, have earned my MFA in Composition from UC Irvine, and have taught several University-level music courses. I'll be making sure that you have a solid foundation and that we'll meet your goals, be they writing your own music, playing for leisure, or preparing for the professional musical world.

About Nazo
I have been a professional pianist for 13 years. My extensive experience in the genres of Jazz, Rock and Classical music has led me to perform across the U.S. and internationally.

I have a STRONG passion for all things musical and have spent several years studying many different kinds of music.

In addition to piano, I am active in the choral world and have written music that has been recorded, published, and performed by various choirs across the U.S. I even released an album of original choral works in 2017.

Having taught for almost 20 years, my approach is to train the entire musician. We don't stop at piano; we have rhythm and drum exercises, ear training, composition and improvisational activities, and we'll be listening to and analyzing music on a weekly basis!

I've taught several University courses on music which have b
een met with overwhelming praise from students. In music theory, we'll work together to ensure you not only understand each concept, but that you'll know the WHY too.

Whether your goals are to perform professionally, major in music, or play for fun, I look forward to helping you accomplish your goals.
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Marlene February 20, 2018
· Piano · In home
He's the best ever. Nazo brings so much pleasure to our lives. The practicing schedule he gives me is not too much, considering I have children, but the exercises he assigns have made me think about music in a different way. It actually helped me reduce my stress and focus.
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Gabby February 20, 2018
· Piano · In studio
Nazo is a great Jazz pianist. He's taught me so much about improvisation and how to listen to music. We have weekly listening assignments where he sends a piece of music and we respond to it using Aaron Copland's basic elements of music: Melody, Harmony, Rhythm, Timbre.

He has introduced me to some music that I thought I would never like, but by the end, I found myself loving Classical music and seeing it in a whole new way.

He has a very structured approach to lessons and practicing. I like his way of telling you exactly what to practice for how long; the exercises he uses make sense and don't feel like a waste of time the way Czerny does.

I highly recommend him. I never thought that I would be composing, playing Jazz and loving Classical music.
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Isabel February 20, 2018
· Piano · In home
Nazo is a fantastic teacher! He introduces a variety of pieces in lessons. He cares very much about his students, and has great experience in the field of music. He makes the lessons fun (a very welcome change to some scary instructors I had), and he keeps a good pace in the lessons. He won't rush you on if you aren't ready; he wants to make sure you are comfortable with what you are working on. I highly recommend him!
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