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Marissa S. Woonsocket, RI

About Marissa

I am a recent graduate of Rhode Island College with a degree in both Music and Musical Theatre. With my music degree, I strongly focused on musical theatre pedagogy as well as classical music. I also trained extensively in dance and acting which I believe has helped me tremendously when teaching voice. I also have studied piano for the past 10 years and continue to train in voice. My approach to teaching, whether it be voice or piano, is one with care and concern for the student. Each student is an individual and will take in knowledge in different ways. I always like to cater my teaching to whatever the students needs are. This requires observation and experimentation on my part. When I find what works, it makes for a more productive lesson for my student and I. In voice, I have a ...

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Mike C. February 12, 2014
Piano
Verified Student
Excellent Teacher for my 6 year old Son

Marissa is a terrific piano teacher. She has tons of patience and a great way of connecting with my son. He is a 6 year old boy who is very active and she is able to hold his attention and keep him interested in piano. It has been incredible watching his skill and confidence levels grow after each visit with Marissa. I would highly recommend Marissa to anyone with a young child who wants to learn piano.
Kathleen F. North Kingstown, RI

About Kathleen

I began playing flute as a child and have continued with it into adulthood. After graduating high school, I attended CCRI and obtained an Associates Degree in Music, and now I am attending RIC as a Music Theory and Music History student. My two main instruments are Flute and Bass Clarinet. I am in a variety of small ensembles at school and currently the second chair Flutist for the RIC Wind Ensemble and Orchestra and first chair Bass Clarinetest RI Wind Ensemble. *** Lesson Details *** In lessons, I find it important to work on tone production, technique, etudes for concentration, and a piece that student and I pick out together. I also like to incorporate a little theory in the mix so student understands what they are reading. Most of all, I want the student to feel relaxed and have ...

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Steve S. November 24, 2014
Clarinet · In home
Verified Student
Kathleen is dedicated, positive and timely. My daughter likes learning from her and I am glad I hired her.
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Kathleen F. February 26, 2014
Flute
Friendly and Skilled

My daughter has been taking flute lessons from Katie since September. She is very friendly and has helped my daughter improve her skills and technique greatly. She gets 5 stars!
Lou V. New London, CT

About Lou

I've been teaching acoustic and electric guitar for 25 years. All ages, children and adults. I minored in Music at Roger Williams University. Studied theory, ryhythm, piano, voice and flute. I performed throughout the New England area for 20 years as a solo singer/guitarist. I have both teaching and performing experience. I started performing (lead vocalist) in 8th grade, got chosen as best male vocalist/guitarist in my Senior Year of highschool.

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Lou V. October 2, 2014
Guitar · In studio
I am in my 60's and all my life I've wanted to play guitar. Lou has made that dream come true for me. It's been only a year of taking lessons with Lou and I am already playing many of my favorite songs. I remember at the beginning when I doubted if I would ever really play a song and Lou kept telling me "you will be playing sooner that you think". Then it all started coming together and I now play with my friends and I can't express how thankful I am for Lou's teaching style which has allowed me to learn chords, rhythm patterns, songs and even finger picking. It don't get any better than this.

R.W. of Massachusetts
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Lou V. October 2, 2014
Guitar · In studio
My son and I have been taking guitar lessons from Lou for two years now and at the beginning we didn't know anything about playing guitar. Now, we know over two dozen of our favorite songs, chords, rhythm patterns and he's presently teaching us about finger picking. He has not only made my son and I learn how to play guitar but has given me another opportunity to enjoy doing something with my son and all of this adds up to an outstanding teaching job by Lou.

Bruce and Alex of Massachusetts
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Lou V. October 2, 2014
Guitar · In studio
I started taking guitar lessons at the age of 13 from Lou. When I first began my lessons I never imagined I'd be able to play like I can now. Now I am 16 and completed three years of lessons and I enjoyed all 3 years. Each year I found I progressed more and more and that's all thanks to Lou's teaching style. He is an amazing instructor. My favorite artist is Taylor Swift. He taught me how to play so many of her songs I lost count. I feel I am ready to advance in music theory and playing if I want to continue my guitar studies in college. I highly recommend him.

C. L. of Massachusetts
Melanie R. East Greenwich, RI

About Melanie

My life has been all about music, certified public school teacher, lecturer of music at university level, private studio instruction. I grew up, 1 of 7 children. We are all musicians in performance and education. I am passionate about individual students achieving highest level of their ability. With encouragement, modeling (keeping my skills at their highest ability), opportunities for performances, and group lessons, inspiration comes with the students' experience. Music theory is integrated into each lesson along with singing skills. I teach harp as well as piano, strong skills on both instruments. I have a Bachelor of Science degree specialized in music education and a Master of Music degree in performance, harp and piano. Thank you for your time and consideration. I am looking ...

Ryan M. Slatersville, RI

About Ryan

Graduated in May 2014 with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Music from Rhode Island College. Studied extensively with Professor Joseph Foley, receiving training in Jazz and Classical trumpet and flugelhorn playing. I have over ten years of both playing and performing experience. I am able to incorporate Ear Training and Music Theory into trumpet lessons, and strive to create an well sounded musical experience.

Mark D. Smithfield, RI

About Mark

Mark is a local Rhode Island musician/bedroom producer specializing in in-the-box, minimalist electronic music. He releases music online under the name Ark Arsenal. Ark Arsenal has been accepted to the following music libraries for potential placement in films, commercials, and TV shows: Audiosocket | Soundscape Media | YouLicense | Scorekeepers With over five years of experience producing music in the Ableton Live environment, Mark can tailor lessons to beginner- and intermediate-level learners alike.

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Joe S. February 15, 2015
Ableton · In studio
Mark is a self-taught Ableton guru. This makes him very aware of various difficulties the self-motivated newcomer may face. I had already played with Ableton on and off over the years prior to taking lessons with Mark; he is quick to recognize what I already know and focus on the gaps in my knowledge. He's also just a really nice guy who you will undoubtedly end up chatting about your favorite artists with after the lesson concludes. Give him a try if you're looking for flexibility in how you learn and when you are able to meet.

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