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Suzette R.

Monsey, NY

About Suzette

I started taking piano lessons when I was 4 and then learned the clarinet and played in the band in middle school. In high school I started playing the viola in the orchestra while still playing in the band. I had the best of all music worlds! In college I played in many school and community orchestras in places like Carnegie Recital Hall and even with the NY Philharmonic Orchestra! Orchestral and Chamber Music are my forte. I have been a string orchestra conductor for 10 years and love to put on a show to be remembered. My students have played at various day cares, nursing homes and sho
pping malls. We were even on the local Channel 12 News!

*** Lesson Details ***
A good foundation and a thorough knowledge of the basics will help you get the most out of your instrument. We work on this becoming 2nd nature and natural. Then we analyze whats going on in the music, a bit of music theory is covered. Then we concentrate on what we hear and what our audience will hear versus what we want them to hear and how do we make this always a little better. We go as fast or as slow as your individual learning needs to be. Of course the more you dedicate to preparing on your own with regular practice between lessons, the greater progress you will achieve.

*** Travel Equipment ***
I give private 1 on 1 lessons in the student's home. Students are expected to have their instrument, music, a pencil, and a notebook for keeping a practice log and for written coaching notes. A music stand is helpful. I bring a smile, lots of patience and a fun time learning!

*** Specialties ***
classical, popular
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Melissa N. October 2, 2014
Verified Student
Our daughter loves Mrs. Suzette R. We love how Mrs. Suzette R. pushes our daughter to improve and gives her the freedom to explore the music within her through the violin. She is patient and full of joy. It's a pleasure to know her and welcome her into our home.
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Christina Z. August 20, 2014
Piano · In home
Verified Student
My daughter has been taking in-home piano lessons with Miss Suzette for several months. Miss Suzette is professional, knowledgeable, and very patient. She is energetic and engages and encourages my daughter in such a way that keeps her interested and looking forward to her lessons.
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Joan P. June 7, 2013
Violin
Excellent Teacher

Mrs. Rivera gave my son private cello lessons every Saturday morning for several months. She always arrived on time and was always full of energy. Mrs. Rivera made sure that he understood the material and gave him several helpful tips. He did very well in his music classes. Her energy is contagious. My daughter would attend my sons lessons and it peaked her interest to the point where she is now playing the violin. Mrs. Rivera is a great teacher, she is patient, punctual and personable. You won't be disappointed.
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Suzette R.

Suzette R.

Monsey, NY 10952
(5)
starting at
$40 / 30-min
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Karl L.

Warwick, NY

About Karl

Karl L. - Drummer/Educator

DrummerWorld.com "Top 500" drummer
Endorsee for Yamaha Drums, Paiste Cymbals, Vic Firth Drumsticks and Evans Drumheads.

In addition to international performances, recordings and clinics, I have taught all facets of drumming privately for 20 + years.

Many of my current and former students have won countywide, regional and state competitions in both classical snare drumming and drumset in New Jersey. Former private students have graduated from Berklee College of Music, SUNY Purchase, Mason Gross School of the Arts, Montclair University, CalArts, etc.

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nce 2004 I have taught percussion at the County College of Morris and Passaic County Community College. I have also taught at Sussex County Community College and Ramapo College.

I concentrate on providing my students with the necessary tools to further their personal musical goals.

I received a B.S.S. from Ohio University and studied music performance at Rutgers University, Ohio University and Berklee College of Music, including private studies with drumming greats Gary Chester and Joe Morello. I have taught workshops, master classes and clinics in the USA and abroad.

As a freelance performer, I have performed with a wide spectrum of notable artists such as Bernie Worrell; The Fantasy Band (Dave Valentine; Dave Samuels; Chuck Loeb); The Shirelles; Ali Ryerson; Claudio Roditi; Clark Terry; the John Lee Quartet; Andy Snitzer; The Dizzy Gillespie Alumni All-Stars; Slide Hampton; Edgar Winter; Johnny Winter; Yotam Silberstein, Roy Assaf; Charlie Elgart, Michal Urbaniak; The Drifters; The Coasters; The Tokens; The Teenagers; The Real Deal Big Band and for the Broadway hit musical “Bring it On”.

As a sideman, I have appeared on countless recordings. To date I have released three CD’s as a leader: "Dancing Spirits" (1999) and "Resonance" (2007), "Constellations" with Ryan Carniaux and Mark Egan.

I am widely recognized as a veteran of the modern European Jazz scene since 1993. For a decade. I have appeared regularly with German pianist/composer Johannes Mossinger, including 7 CD releases along with Joel Frahm, Joe Lovano, Bob Malach, Boris Kozlov, Seamus Blake, Kermit Driscoll and Don Braden. Karl also performs with German vibraphonist Wolfgang Lackerschmid, along with John Lee, Cameron Brown, Michal Urbaniak, the late Attila Zoller, Randy Brecker, and in his current ensemble with Ryan Carniaux and Mark Egan.

I am a member of the electric jazz jam groups, Unit1, with Mark Egan and John Hart (JazzTimes Magazine “50 of the Top Jazz CDs for 2013”)

"Karl L. is an inventive powerhouse whose influences are many but whose ideas are his own."
-Jeff Tamarkin
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Evan R. October 4, 2014
Drum · In home
I've been studying with Karl for over two years now. I'd taken lessons from two other teachers before, and I learned more in one lesson with Karl, than in three lessons from either of them. He guides students in developing their own styles, and at the same time, teaches them how to play with proper technique. I will be auditioning for county band on snare drum, and Karl had started preparing me for the audition months ago. All in all, anyone who takes lessons from Karl will not be disappointed.
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James C. September 23, 2014
Drum · In studio
I have studied with Karl for the past 3 years. While studying with him I have become much more versatile in my playing. Karl stresses the importance of practicing and pushes one to achieve their greatest potential. If you are struggling with a certain rudiment or concept he will break it down into simpler terms that are easy to understand and build upon. It has been a great experience studying drum set with Him.
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Karl L.

Karl L.

Warwick, NY 10990
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$30 / 30-min
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Chris B.

Butler, NJ

About Chris

My name is Chris B. and I've been playing music for most of my life.

The best lesson that I've personally learned is that a musician is never done learning. Once you start believing that you know everything there is to know about your instrument, or that your style of playing is superior to others, then you've stopped growing musically. Perhaps you excel in one area of your playing but need further development in another. Personally, I've also learned that I enjoy sharing my knowledge of music with others and exposing students to new techniques and musical concepts.

I strongly believ
e that these traits are the most important aspects of teaching music to others. No matter how advanced my playing skills might progress, I’ll always be able to relate to any type of student because I’m still learning something new everyday!
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Casey May 26, 2016
Acoustic Guitar · In studio
Chris was such a great instructor! I first started lessons with Chris a few months ago and I told him I only had a limited time to learn guitar. Taking the knowledge I already had with music, Chris helped me in only a few months to pick up and to be able to jam to some awesome songs on my acoustic guitar. He is very patient and works very well with whatever level you come in as! I came in knowing only one or two chords, and now I know many more and can confidently play some songs! Since I was a crazy busy college student, Chris was also very flexible with when lessons were, which I was very thankful for! I'd highly recommend taking lessons with him!
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Janice S. April 25, 2016
Acoustic Guitar · In studio
I love my lessons with Chris! I have no music background and have always wanted to play the guitar but never got around to making it happen. Now as I am older I think why not now?! I looked around for local lessons and found Chris's site. I loved his philosophy of how he teaches an individual based on what they want out of it! His statement of "some people just want to learn to play their favorite song" sold me! So glad I found him! It's never too late to pick up a guitar!
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John Goode March 1, 2016
Acoustic Guitar · Online
My lessons with Chris were amazing!! Chris teaches at a pace that is manageable and you never will feel overwhelmed. The bast part about his approach is his ability to teach music theory and not make it boring or complicated. Chris is also great at changing the lesson plan on the fly if we stumble on to something to explore further. My guitar playing improved greatly under Chris and I would recommend him to anyone looking to take lessons.
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Chris B.

Chris B.

Butler, NJ 07405
(23)
starting at
$30 / 30-min
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MATTHEW H.

Suffern, NY

About MATTHEW

Hello!

I am a pianist, vocalist, choral conductor and music teacher. I have approximately 20 years of music teaching experience.

Through the years, I have directed and co-directed many musical theater productions. I also love being a children's church choir director and I have also taught private piano and voice lessons for many years, too!

I have a bachelor's degree in music education from The University of Northern Iowa and a master's degree in music from Teachers College, Columbia University. I have also completed Level I of the Kodaly Certification from the Hartt School at
The University of Hartford.

I received the Barnes and Noble Bookstore "My Favorite Teacher" Award and I have served on the NAFME Society for General Music as the Eastern Division Representative. I also received the "Teacher of the Year" Award from my school's PTA.

In my free time, I love to swim, hike, travel and spend time with my family. Of course, I always love to be creating music whenever and wherever I can!

I love teaching piano and voice lessons to students of any age and experience level.

I am looking forward to sharing my love of music with you!
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Allison Kempe May 4, 2016
Singing · In studio
Verified Student
Such an amazing teacher. Patient, kind, enthusiastic and encouraging. My daughter is absolutely hooked on music now. Two steps out the door after her first lesson and she exclaimed, "OK, I LOVED that!!" I can't wait to see how far she goes under Mr. Matt's direction!
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Colette April 13, 2016
Classical Piano · In studio
Amazing piano teacher!!! Patience of a saint!
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Lily Mulhall April 13, 2016
Classical Piano
So caring and flexible!
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MATTHEW H.

MATTHEW H.

Suffern, NY 10901
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starting at
$30 / 30-min
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John W.

Warwick, NY

About John

I have been playing and studying percussion, including both jazz and classical percussion, for nearly 8 years. While being active in the Warwick Valley Central School District's music department throughout all of middle school and high school, including in the WVHS Select Jazz Ensemble and the WVHS Honors Wind Ensemble, as well as several pit orchestras, I participated and excelled in musical activities both curricular and extra curricular, including working as a studio musician and receiving the Woody Herman Jazz Award in 2014 "for outstanding contributions to the jazz ensemble." I currently
study at SUNY New Paltz, where I am majoring in Music with a concentration in Jazz Percussion Performance, and I am being taught by renowned jazz percussionist Jeff Siegel.

I seek to pass on the knowledge I've gained in my experience as a percussionist to anyone who is willing to learn! I am skilled in rock, jazz, funk, Latin, and classical, and will do my best to provide useful information and feedback regarding these styles.
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John W.

John W.

Warwick, NY 10990
starting at
$20 / 40-min

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