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Teaches students 15 to 80
Music Composition from Cornish College of the Arts
Teaching since 2007
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Songwriting is the conveying of both lyrical and emotional ideas in the most effective way for the audience. No lyric should ever exist without purpose, repeating of words or phrases should drive home their meaning or create emphasis on an idea. Clumsy text setting can distort your meaning or leave your words unheard. The music and lyrics must play together in an effective manner in order to create the best possible song. This is a process often overlooked in the pop world leading to decades of misunderstood songs, vapid bubblegum pop, which of course snowballs into a perception of this is how songs should be instead of this is what songs could be.
I want to help you hone your craft so that you can stand among the greats. In a world of technical laziness, I hope to show you how to shine.
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
Awarded First Place, Musical Theatre from National Association for Teachers of Singing
Bachelor of Music Education- Voice from Colorado State University
Teaches students 4 to 80
Hello! I have a passion for helping students feel empowered and confident through the use of their voice, whether personal or professional. As someone who has struggled with and recovered from a vocal pathology, I feel that I have a unique perspective on the emotional taxations and challenges that vocal work can bring up. I strive to use compassion and the "love and logic" methodology with all of my students. I am passionate about voice pedagogy and voice science, and use a more anatomically based approach in my teaching, rather than metaphorical.
I received my master's degree in voice performance from the University of Northern Colorado in 2017, and hold a bachelor's in music education which I obtained from Colorado State University in 2013. I am a performing mezzo-soprano in a variety of genres, and I have a passion for teaching many different styles including classical, jazz, and musical theater.
I teach ages 12 and up!
Hello! My name is Brittani, and I have a passion for helping students feel empowered and confident through the use of their voice or piano lessons, whether personal or professional. As someone who has struggled with and recovered from a vocal pathology, I feel that I have a unique perspective on
Speaks English, Spanish
Associates of Arts in Performance (Drums) from Musician's Institute
Teaches students 4 and up
I want to make sure my students have a good time learning drums but I also want to make sure they learn a lot..! I always make sure to ask my students what they want to learn and what their favorite music is... after that, I figure out what type of lessons to plan out.
Thanks so much for your interest in starting music lessons with me. I’m so excited to share my passion for music with you! As Lao Tzu said: “Music in the soul can be heard by the universe." Lesson details: My main goal as a teacher is to help my students reach their goals. If my student wa
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Teaching since 2000
Teaches students 5 and up
The bassist of a band is, in my opinion, the unsung hero of most ensembles. That’s why I try to instill in every bass student a sense of who they are in the ensemble and the importance of their role.
I would say that I teach bass guitar from the perspective of an upright bassist, that is I focus on getting the student to learn the correct pitch names (rather than fret numbers) of the positions they play in. I think that is one of the secrets to becoming a versatile bassist in any genre of music.
My name is David and I'm a professional musician who just moved to North Austin. I came from Cincinnati, where I went to the University of Cincinnati College Conservatory of Music, taught dozens of students at all levels and played regular gigs every weekend. I have been teaching for over fifteen y
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Teaches students 9 and up
Associate's in Guitar Performance from Southwestern Illinois College
Sight reading, finger exercises, scales, theory (varies on level of student), a song/excerpt that will match the students level, as well as allowing them to choose something to work on for future learning.
Hello! My name is Todd. I've been playing music for most of my life. My first instrument was a Casio keyboard when I was about ten years old but I moved over to guitar as a teenager and fell in love with it. I recently graduated from Webster University with a BA in music after receiving an AA in gu
Todd has already taught me basic concepts on my ukulele, & I’m playing.
It’s wonderful to have a challenge like this right now.
Todd is very patient with me, & he has a great sense of humor!
Teaches students 10 and up
Bachelor of Commerce (Accoutning) from Curtin University
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate
A fun approach to learning that focuses on techniques and songs performed by some of the world’s greatest and most well known artists.
Want to see how you can play your favourite rock/pop songs, or maybe shred some scales and arpeggios or play the blues and classic rock? Bruno Mars, Taylor Swift, Shawn Mendes, Justin Bieber, 21 Pilots? AC/DC, GnR, Nirvana, Blink 182, RHCP, Weezer, Pink, Joe Satriani...Check out my demo video of th
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