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Teaches students Male: 5 to 21; Female: 5 and up
Master of Music, piano performance and pedagogy from East Texas State University, Commerce, TX
Sharing the joy of music has been my passion since childhood. I began studying piano at the age of 4 and have been performing since the age of 6. After graduating from the Royal Conservatory of Music of Toronto, I began teaching. I continued teaching, performing and accompanying while completing
Speaks Mandarin, Cantonese, English
BA in Music from Arizona State University
Teaching since 2010
Young multilingual (English, Cantonese, and Mandarin) piano and violin teacher who combines the formal traditional Eastern style of teaching, and the fun approach of Western style of teaching into his music lessons.
Fun lessons but also challenging
- I believes that fun lessons are easy to gain young student interest, but it often lack to give them motivation. In the lessons, I often challenge my students, let them be self-motivated and become a better musician.
- I focus lessons on teaching proper techniques with their instruments. With my experiences in taking lessons from American, Chinese, and Russian teachers, I learnt a great spectrum of techniques and like to teach what I had learn.
Learning pieces and other related topics
- Playing pieces and songs is only a small piece of playing an instrument. In lessons, I also teaches proper music theory, and ear-training.
I haves students from age 4 to retirement age. Early beginner to preparing for college ...
I was born in Hong Kong, China. I have been studying music with a dual focus on piano, and violin since the age of 8. I Graduated with a Bachelor's degree in Music with a primary focus on piano performance from Arizona State University. I also hold a violin performance diploma from Trinity College
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Teaching since 2009
Teaches students 5 and up
I understand that each person learns differently and has different musical goals. Because of this, I do not teach everyone the same. I do not teach out of any specific book or teaching program. Instead I design lessons around the student and their own personal style and goals. I feel that this creates a more motivating and driven curriculum and makes lessons more enjoyable for myself and my students.
My name is Andrew. I am a private guitar teacher in the Puyallup,WA area. I have been teaching professionally in the area for the past 6 years, and have been playing and studying the guitar since I was 11 years old. Music is my life, and teaching people to play this music on guitar is my passion. M
Teaches students 5 to 30
Teaching since 1999
Bachelor's Degree / Bachelor of Music - Conservatory of Music - Concentration: Studio Composition from State University of New York College at Purchase
For blues guitar the first thing I do when I meet a student is to interview the student and find out why they want to learn how to play the guitar and what are some of their goals. Then I find out what style of music they would like to learn. I have the student come up with ten songs they would like to learn. I take this information and structure future guitar lessons around the essential elements of these songs. I design each lesson to teach the specific skills required to learn those songs. I create an organized binder guitar workbook and having a teaching degree I create all of the lessons to meet each students individual needs that include lessons on theory, technique, chords, rhythm, scales, arpeggios, songs, song form, and exercises etc. I use a color coded method to teach scales, chords and theory that I created that help students not only understand scales but also they are able to see visually where chords come from. I break down each song into easy digestible parts so ...
Hi my name is David and I love and enjoy teaching guitar lessons to students of all ages and I come to your home for lessons. My goal in life is to enrich people's lives with music. The first thing I do is interview the student and find out why they want to play the guitar and what are some of thei
Teaching since 2013
Teaches students 5 and up
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
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I like making learning the guitar fun for anyone eager to learn. I know about the patterns on the fretboard that is unique to its tuning system. I am also familiar with arranging music and I know quite a bit of music theory to help you write your next hit song. You can count on me to help you achieve your guitar goals.
Hi, are you looking to improve at guitar? Well, I can show you the things you need to know to get started being a great guitar player. I want you to achieve your musical goals and I'm sure you can get through with my help. I am a very patient teacher and will work hard to get you to where you need
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate
Music Technology from Berklee College of Music
Teaches students 7 and up
Includes note reading, technique and curated lesson plan.
Bridget is a Portland, OR based folk-pop songwriter, music teacher and registered yoga teacher. Bridget graduated from Berklee College of Music and Emerson College in 2017 with degrees in music technology and acting. She spent much of her undergraduate time working in venues and theaters, writ
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It’s definitely not New York or Los Angeles, but the city of Olympia has its own set of musical talents to be proud of - including Nirvana and Sleater-Kinney just to name a few. On top of that, Olympia also has a vibrant music scene. Rainy Day Records and K Records, one of the city’s independent recording labels, are famous for both indie and alternative music. With the city’s growing music scene, it’s no wonder that Olympia is ready for new musical talent. Who knows, if you have the talent, passion and drive you could be their next rockstar with a little help from the TakeLessons team.
If you agree with us, then you’ve come to the right place. However, before becoming a full-fledged musician, we suggest you enroll in one of our Olympia music lessons. At TakeLessons we will teach
you how to play your favorite musical instrument with proper technique. You can learn how to play all sorts of instrument s including the guitar, drums, piano, and violin, to name a few. On top of that, we also offer music lessons for singing, dancing and acting. For those who want to further their music education our Olympia music lessons also feature programs on songwriting, music recording, as well as music performance. Once you’ve finished your lessons with one of our certified TakeLessons music teachers, we’re confident that you will have the foundation you need to kick-start your career in music.
So, if you want to become famous like Nirvana, be sure to enroll in one or our Olympia music lessons. Give us a call at 877-231-8505 and let one of our student counselors help you book your first lesson. It’s quick, easy and your satisfaction is 100% guaranteed. So what are you waiting for? Sign up and join today!
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