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Speaks Italian, German, French
Awarded NATSAA National Finalist, Burt Coffin Award from National Association of Teachers of Singing
Teaches students 10 to 70
Students will learn how to present their repertoire with healthy technique, appropriate stylizing, and intentional dramatic choices. Instruction will include how to move on stage, how to develop organic acting, and how to work onstage with other singers. Students will also get practice performing in front of others
*all lessons are always taylored to be appropriate vocally and dramatically for age, voice type, and ability
Hello! My name is Serena! Music shapes my life and has made me the person I am today. My experience in training in opera, musical theatre, jazz, and pop has expanded my musical skills and knowledge. Not only have I been trained in performance, but I have also studied music history, music theory
Serena is very professional, communicates clearly, and is excellent in her craft. It is unfortunate that due to other family affairs, we are unable to continue with her.
Teaches students 15 to 80
Teaching since 2007
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
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The study of music is never ending. Composing and arranging are about exploration of what is possible not what has been done. It's important that every composer frees their selves to make mistakes because it's among those mistakes cool stuff is discovered!
Every rule in music is made to be understood, followed, broken, and reinvented. Every composer should be hungry for knowledge and unencumbered by perfectionism as perfectionism kills creativity.
Remember, all music tells a story otherwise.... it ends up in elevators and hotel lobbies!
Come share my passion for music as theatre because there is nothing more beautiful than a new work.
Music is simply part of my blood and for me music is theatre, drama, tension, release, story and this is why I love musicals so much. My first instruments were ukelele and guitar when I was about six years old and I was in choirs before kindergarten all the way through college. In Jr. High I ta
Speaks English, Russian
Music from University of Washington
Teaches students 4 and up
Hi, my name is Tanya and I have been teaching piano lessons since I was just 16 years old! What started as a fun activity during my childhood, turned into a lifelong passion.
I love teaching kids of all ages and figuring out different ways to make the lessons fun and enjoyable.
I was lucky enough to grow up with a mother who taught violin lessons all of her life. Watching her teach has been very educational and inspiring.
So excited to work with you or your kids!
Hi! I'm Tanya, and I have been playing piano since I was just 6 years old! Music has become the biggest part of my life, transforming it in the best way possible. My mission as a teacher is to pass on this passion and love for music to all of my students and everyone around me. I can't wait to w
Teaches students 5 and up
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate
Teaching since 2014
-Berklee College of Music Almuna
-Interlochen Arts Academy Graduate
Classical piano is very beautiful. Your fist homework assignment is to listen to it regularly to begin to understand it. Piano is a very logical instrument. I will break everything down for you in a simple way for you to understand. We will learn different styles and genres to make things interesting. We will learn how to write a song, play along to a track and learn to play by ear and by reading music.
I am excited to get to know you and help you grow in your talent!
Leah, a teacher, singer/songwriter, musician, entertainer and Berklee College of Music graduate. 30 minute online lessons are accepted. If interested please call Takelessons and inquire about that. She loves teaching and loves her students. Her main joy in teaching is watching her students grasp
B.M. Music Performance (Classical Guitar & Lute) from West Chester University
Awarded Fernandez Scholar from University of Denver
My goal as a teacher is to help my students play music and achieve their individual goals while getting the best possible sound from the guitar. After a musical foundation is established, I have found that technique is learned best when in tandem with repertoire that supports it. While I encourage my students to explore various and any genres of music, I do request that my students are open to learning technique as it equips the student with the skills necessary to tackle any genre of music.
Zachary Grim enjoys a multifaceted career in performance, teaching, and research. His programs, which focus on the music of the 20th and 21st centuries, have led him to collaborate with variety of venues and organizations such as the Newman Center for the Performing Arts, Society of the Cincinnati,
Teaches students 7 and up
Teaching since 2010
I am a high school choir director and have experience working with all voice types, ability levels and experience -- and I love every single one of them! One of my favorite aspects of teaching private lessons is that I get to find out and help shape my students' goals, whether it be recording their own music, auditioning for music programs/competitive music scholarships, or simply gaining confidence as a singer! The sky is the limit and it's important to me that I am helping each student in the unique ways that they need!
I am a pianist, singer, choral director and lover of many different genres of music from classical and jazz to musical theatre and indie/folk. I graduated from John Brown University in Siloam Springs, Arkansas with a Bachelor's of Music Education, emphasis in Piano. If you are studying voice wit
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