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Douglas A.

Middlebury, CT

About Douglas

Doug, 27, is quickly becoming one of Connecticut’s most up and coming drummers and teachers when it comes to Connecticut drum lessons. A graduate of Western Connecticut State University (WCSU), Alley obtained a Bachelor’s of Science in Music Education with an emphasis in classical percussion in 2011. Studying under the tutelage of Dave Smith and Patrick Smith (New Haven Symphony), he would eventually obtain his Connecticut State Teaching Certification the following year in 2012. At WCSU, Alley vigorously studied all of the major percussion instruments. He focused most of his energy on snare drum, marimba, and timpani, but also fell in love with playing all of the percussion accessories. Spending hours each day practicing various orchestral excerpts on different percussion ...

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Dale B.

Wallingford, CT

About Dale

Dale R. B. is a private teacher, musician, conductor, clinician, and rising composer for video games from West Hartford, Connecticut. He is currently accepting new students and teaching private lessons in piano, guitar, percussion, and composition for students of all ages in both Hartford and New Haven counties. Dale received his Bachelor of Arts in Percussion degree from the University of Connecticut in May of 2012 and was an active member of both the university's Winds and Percussion Ensembles. In his studies, he has taken advanced courses in composition, orchestration, conducting, percussion technique, and brass technique. He has 13 years experience in percussion, 15 years experience in guitar, and 22 years experience in piano. Dale's teachers include Nancy Campagnola, Ronald ...

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Nicole W. March 18, 2015
Drum · In home
Verified Student
Dale has been very patient with our son. He went from not being able to play at all to playing full rhythms. Jack has learned a lot from Dale and really enjoys working with him.
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Gail G. August 16, 2014
Piano · In home
Verified Student
My son seems to be picking up learning quickly from Dale
thank you
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Kristian R.

Waterbury, CT

About Kristian

How far are you looking to go with your vocal talent? Let's get there together, lesson by lesson. Develop your sound, expand your range, learn to harmonize, become a riff machine, whatever direction you want to go in, let's take the vocal journey together. I have over a decade of experience and have trained all sorts of people. You can travel to me or I'll come where you are. Rates are affordable and discounts are available for lessons scheduled in a block of multiple sessions. Currently serving the CT area. Born on Christmas Day 1980, Kristian R. has been writing songs for over a decade, his first composition coming at the age of 15. Kristian grew up in a small church in Harlem NYC, where he nurtured and developed his talents for singing, song writing, keyboarding, and production.

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Manna B. November 6, 2014
Christian Gospel · Online
Verified Student
Kristian is a great instructor! Very patient, encouraging and knowledgeable about singing. I've learned a lot in a very short time and have heard improvements in my voice already. I would definitely recommend Kristian as an instructor.
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Kert C. July 23, 2014
Singing · Online
Verified Student
Kristian is patient and thorough with his training. I am still taking lessons from him. At the rate we are going, I see myself developing my vocal abilities significantly. He can help build confidence and vocal strength. Great teacher!
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Elissa F. July 21, 2014
Christian Gospel · In studio
Verified Student
Kristian is a great teacher. Very professional. He does an assessment of where you are and then helps you to get to where you want to be. The whole time assuring that you are having fun doing so. I appreciate his expertise and the fact that he is willing to push me beyond what I think I am capable of.
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Chelsea C.

Wolcott, CT

About Chelsea

Hello! I'm friendly, passionate, and very knowledgeable - with plenty of experience on stage and in the recording studio. I have studied voice with famous teachers like William Riley (known for teaching Whitney Houston and Celine Dion) , Jan Smith (known for teaching Usher, Justin Bieber, Rob Thomas, Jill Scott, Keyshia Cole, India Arie.. ) and Producer John Poppo (credits include NSync, Toni Braxton, Mariah Carey, Michael Jackson), and am excited to share what I've learned along the way! My Goal as a Teacher: *To provide students with the knowledge and skill set necessary to properly sing without injury or strain, and the confidence to perform without doubt or inhibition! *To create well rounded vocalists with solid technical foundation, emotionally connected performances, ...

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Valerie S. May 15, 2015
Singing · In studio
Verified Student
Chelsea is very knowledgeable and professional. She is such an easygoing teacher and wants to help you achieve your goals. If you want to get better musically I wholeheartedly recommend getting a lesson in with Chelsea.
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Ariel C. April 25, 2015
Singing · In home
Verified Student
She was kind and seems to know what she is about.
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Celine C. April 23, 2015
Singing · In home
I brought my daughter Kaylee to Chelsea because she loves to sing and write songs, and she's gotten so much better at both now. She loves Chelsea and talks about lessons all week long. Kaylee has gained so much confidence and has never been more excited about music and it's because of Chelsea. We couldn't have found a better teacher!
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Jonathan F.

Waterbury, CT

About Jonathan

My name is Jonathan and I love to play guitar and teach guitar! My specialties are: Contemporary, Rock, Blues, Pop, Gospel, RnB, Funk, and Jazz. Check my profile for lesson examples! I've been playing for 10+ years and guitar is still a big part of my life, in fact my love for the guitar led me to find my wife who is also a musician and teacher! I love to teach Beginners, Intermediate, and Individuals with special needs! Anybody can play the guitar, my mission is to prove it! Beginners please read: My teaching style is very direct and to the point. I won't confuse or intimidate you with a bunch of music theory, in fact I make sure that my student understands the technique and can play it with confidence. This makes my lessons perfect for beginners and intermediate players looking to ...

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