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Teaching since 1997
Teaches students 6 to 75
Ed.M and MA in music education. piano pedagogy from Columbia University, NYC
-Current Adjunct Faculty at Tidewater Community College, Norfolk Campus -Former Adjunct Piano Faculty at Old Dominion University, Norfolk, VA -Former Piano Faculty at Levine School of Music, Washington DC -Former Music Theory and Piano Faculty at New School University, Mannes Pre-College Div, NY
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Teaches students 9 to 65
Teaching since 2005
BM Music Performance, BA Jazz Studies from University of Connecticut
I can help a student who is new to the instrument or review fundamentals with a less experienced student. I don't typically teach this instrument beyond an 8th grade level.
I received my Doctorate of Musical Arts from Rutgers University in January of 2017, and have over ten years of professional teaching and performing experience. Whether you are just starting out on a horn or have a few years under your belt, I can help you realize your musical potential and show you
As a colleague of Chris' I can heartily recommend his teaching to any trombonists wishing to hone their skills as musicians. Chris focuses on the individual needs of each student, working to tailor his lessons to meet their specific needs and face their unique challenges. His attention to detail and patience helps each student build a strong foundation in musicality and fantastic brass playing. I recommend him highly as both a superb educator and performer!
My son is 12 years old, has been playing Trumpet and Flugelhorn for about 5 years, and he needed a private instruction to take his music to the next level. He has made great progress under Chris' guidance, and his easy going manner has made our son feel very comfortable with the lesson environment. He is very talented, and would highly recommend Chris for anyone looking to further their capabilities.
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Teaches students 5 and up
I studied viola with a myriad of amazing teachers that really cared about my future.
I have taken many pedagogy classes in college and after.
I LOVE the Suzuki method because it introduces not just technique but how to "make" music. Such as phrasing and dynamics.
I just moved back from Japan after teaching there for 4 years.
Hello Potential Students, I am a disabled veteran, military spouse, mother of three children and nature enthusiast. I studied viola at Boise State University and Psychology at The University of Idaho. I perform regularly with 3 symphonies in the Southeast Virginia area and run a farm. I mo
Teaches students 4 and up
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Music & Communications from Appalachian State University
Experienced piano teacher offering customized lessons based on the needs of the student. My ultimate goal is to create a lifelong love of music through piano, whether that means Beethoven sonatas or broadway classics.
I am a professional piano and music teacher located in and around the metro Atlanta area! I strive to make music fun and engaging for all students. Whether you are interested in pop styles, classical or ear training, I'm happy to help set up a custom plan and schedule to meet your goals. I offer in
Speaks English, Russian, Ukrainian
Teaches students 7 to 60
I teach violin at beginners to advanced, I have 33 years experience of teaching and performance. I've graduated from National Pedagogical University in Ukraine where I've been classically trained on the best musikal traditionals.
I am a professional violinist. I graduated from Kiev State University in Ukraine with a Masters of Music, in classic violin, voice, chorus conductor. I studied classical violin for 17 years and I have 32 years experience with children and teenagers of different ages as well. My students c
Teaching since 2002
Awarded Concerto Competition Winner from Azusa Pacific University
Bachelor of Music in viola performance from Azusa Pacific University
Enjoyment and engagement precede technical study— always!
Why are you drawn to this instrument, piece of music, or performance situation? We will study all of the things you’d expect: scales, exercises, études, and repertoire. But I like to think I add more value than the notes on the page. And learning to play an instrument is all about reflecting your joy of playing it to the world! Precision is necessary but first is passion. This is why we always begin with enjoyment and engagement.
I consider the whole person I am teaching. I like to approach playing any musical instrument with the whole mind and body. You’ll learn how to most naturally hold and play your instrument with as much ease as if you were simply walking down the street. Only with ease can we play these instruments for life!
Without any musical training at age five my gut told me that I had the innate ability to understand music & that I would make music for the rest of my life. This thought has become my truth. It is this truth that drives me to inspire & teach others in cultivating their own musical truth. Some wa
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