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Kevin F.

Memphis, TN

About Kevin

I have had a fairly diverse musical background, including playing with bands and orchestras, as well as participating in choral groups and opera. I have a master's degree in music performance for wind conducting, and a bachelor's degree in music with an emphasis on piano performance. I have taught private lessons for several years now and I love every moment with my students! I have a real passion for sharing my knowledge and experience with others, both failures and successes. I believe everyone has creative potential, and I believe music is a real universal art form that anyone can tap into if they want. Above all, making and creating music should also be fun! *** Lesson Details *** I try to keep my lessons professional but comfortable too. I don't yell at students for messing ...

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Delma B. May 4, 2015
Piano · Online
Verified Student
Kevin is great. He is very patient, understanding, friendly and very kind. He is and was always willing to work with my schedule and always had good feedback. He never made me feel like I was doing things wrong. He always was very encouraging. I can't wait to take classes again with him. thanks!
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Francy M. October 21, 2014
Piano · Online
Verified Student
Hello, Mr. Kevin is a very professional, fun teacher I will recommend him to anyone.
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Anthony B. October 7, 2014
Piano · In studio
Verified Student
Great instructor. Very knowledgeable and patient. Will recommend to others.
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Russell R.

Germantown, TN

About Russell

My name is Russell "Rusty" R. I have been a professional guitarist for 25 years. During the past 25 years I have managed the area's largest music stores. I opened a Guitar Repair Center and became a "Certified *Fender Guitar Technician" . My experience with other musicians on stage and in the studio is without parallel. A "school" cannot duplicate real world experience. I understand the frustrations associated with finding the right person who understands how to treat you as an individual. A great instructor will not teach out of a book, they will write a book for you. A real Education in "playing guitar" is much broader than what you can learn from a book. I can help you understand the guitar in a practical and logical way, how to become a "guitar player" - not just how to ...

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SusanD2 July 16, 2012
My daughter Margaret is taking lessons from Rusty. He is excellent with her. This is totally new to her. He is very patient and precise in his explanations during his lessons. Margaret really enjoys having Rusty as a teacher.
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AlfredC June 12, 2012
Alex Loves the lessons and motivated

Mr. Russell is teaching Alex with some great materials. It helps him building a solid foundation for his future playing.
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jarvism March 22, 2012
I would. Like to say. That russell has taught me alot. I enjoy our sessions i always have something new under my belt when i leave his studio. Russell is a great teacher i can tell he has a passion for music and enjoys teaching. He really takes his time in teaching and making sure that i understand. I highly recommend russell to any aspiring musicians. Because of russell i have accelerated very quick.
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John S.

Collierville, TN

About John

I have been teaching young people and adults how to play musical instruments for over 20 years. A lot of my students are well on their way to a rewarding future with music, some as professionals and others as hobbyists. In addition to being a teacher, I am also a professional performer who has worked in a wide variety of styles and I have a Masters degree in music composition and theory. One of my main specialties is working with very young students and total beginners. There is a special skill to teaching young children that can only be developed through experience. For the older student, or the student who already has a musical background my specialty is helping you learn the styles that have always been of most interest to you. I can also help older students gain a broad ...

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Ed M. March 31, 2015
Piano · In studio
Verified Student
My 9 year old son came from School of Rock, which was organized chaos, to now where John has implemented a real strategy for him to learn faster and to focus on reading notes. My son has retained his interest and is excelling under John's guidance. I would highly recommend John for students of all ages.
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Dreanna A. June 10, 2014
Guitar · In studio
Verified Student
John is Awesome! John adjusts his training style to the needs of the student and encourages along the way! After three lessons I honestly feel this is something I plan on pursing for the long run!
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CharlesC April 4, 2012
Patient

John have been very friendly and patient person .. He can teach my son a great music .. I am looking forward to see my son gets alot of skills and be a pro rock star!!
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Kerry H.

Memphis, TN

About Kerry

I'm a member of the greatest musical fraternity, Kappa Kappa Psi! I graduated from Bethel University with a degree in music education. I currently work as a middle school band director and enjoy spending my free time playing frequent gigs on my saxophone. I Would consider myself a high energy teacher and I feel that students learn the most when they are having fun.

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Dennis B. April 24, 2015
Saxophone · In home
Verified Student
Great instructor breaks everything down so you can understand it
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Nicole N.

Memphis, TN

About Nicole

Nicole is an accomplished young musician, adept as an orchestral musician, chamber musician, and instructor. She is currently in her 3rd year studying under Lecolion Washington at the University of Memphis. For the past 2 years she has held the principle bassoon position in the University of Memphis Chamber Orchestra and in the University's Wind Ensemble. She also has had the opportunity to play with many different orchestras in the Mid South such as the Jackson Symphony, the Balmoral Chamber Orchestra, and the Memphis Reprotory Orchestra. Additionally, she enjoys playing along side multiple churches and orginizations throughout the Memphis area. Mrs. Neeley is very involved in teaching the next generation of bassoonist by maintaining a studio in Memphis, TN. For more information ...

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