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Emily W.

Los Angeles, CA

About Emily

I teach to help people find their inner rock star. Everyone can sing! But for many people, fear is an obstacle. I know firsthand how much courage it takes to stand up and sing. I teach to help others experience the same healing I have experienced through music. My approach to singing is informed by my education and years of performance experience. I teach my students how to embrace their fears and move through them to the other side. I also facilitate a supportive student/teacher relationship based upon mutual respect and kindness. Most importantly, I encourage my students to trust themselves
and their innate musical gifts. This develops their self confidence and ultimately leads them to their purest, most authentic sound.

I lived and breathed music and singing throughout my childhood, and I continue to today. I have over fifteen years of classical music training and performance experience. I attended California State University Northridge where I studied classical voice, art song, and opera performance. Since attaining my Bachelor of Music in Vocal Arts I have performed opera and musical theatre professionally across Los Angeles. I have since left opera performance to focus on my true musical passions: pop, R&B, jazz, musical theatre, and teaching.

**Lesson Details**
I tailor my teaching to each student's needs and desires. I teach all levels of singing, child to adult, beginner to advanced. If you are a beginner, I will quickly help you understand and access your instrument. If you are a more experienced singer, I will help you identify your opportunities for growth and we start from there. I focus on releasing tension and building a strong core foundation. You will learn how to develop consistent breath control, expand your range, and grow your voice into a powerful and beautiful sound!

**Studio Equipment**
Piano
Acoustic guitar
Music stand
ZoomH2 microphone and recording device
Musical theater/classical singer library

**Specialties**
I teach the same technique for all styles of singing - pop, R&B, jazz, gospel, musical theatre, and classical. I help my students make minor changes for each style, but the core foundational technique remains the same. I specialize in breath support, vocal chord closure, range expansion, vocal register negotiation, body alignment, relieving tension, healthy belting, emotional support, and acting for singers.
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Larry December 16, 2016
Singing · Online
Verified Student
Good teacher. She is able to make you feel comfortable singing very quickly.
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Larry December 16, 2016
Singing · Online
Verified Student
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Nomin December 3, 2016
Singing · In home
Verified Student
she is great instructor
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Emily W.

Emily W.

Los Angeles, CA 90036
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$45 / 30-min
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Samantha A.

Los Angeles, CA

About Samantha

Grammy Nominated Samantha A. is a "big voice in a tiny body." With a Bachelors in Jazz Vocal Performance from the University of the Arts, Samantha has been actively singing and performing for over 10 years. Now, a 20-something, this singer/songwriter has released her first (self titled) EP, is currently in the studio with her second EP and snagged a Grammy Nomination for her work on Blue Note Records artist Joey DeFrancesco's album, Never Can Say Goodbye, in 2011. Learn anything from breath control to songwriting to piano.

*** Studio Equipment ***
Keyboard, ukulele, microphone, recording e
quipment

*** Travel Equipment ***
*Piano/keyboard required

-has travel keyboard available if necessary
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Nicole January 19, 2017
Piano · In home
Verified Student
The lesson was informative and fun and my daughter thoroughly enjoyed it!
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brittany December 1, 2016
Ukulele · In home
Verified Student
lessons are always fun and my boyfriend and I have learned a lot :)
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Natalia October 29, 2016
Singing · In studio
Verified Student
She was very friendly and made my daughter feel comfortable.
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Samantha A.

Samantha A.

Los Angeles, CA 90034
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$45 / 30-min
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Sara J.

Los Angeles, CA

About Sara

Sara J originated from Pasadena, CA where she began her musical studies at the age of 7. Not only was she involved with her school's music programs, she performed with groups such as the Crown City Symphony (formerly known as the Crown City Chamber Players) and the Pasadena Summer Youth Chamber Orchestra, and took violin lessons for five years with violin instructor Roberta Wilcox.

After transferring from Pasadena City College, (studying with, violinist and conductor, Andrei Ganea and, member of the Los Angeles Philharmonic, Paul Stein) she received her Bachelor's of Music degree in Perform
ance from the University of Redlands under the instruction of Pavel Farkas. In April 2014, she graduated from the Master's of Music program at the University of Redlands earning a degree in Violin Performance under the instruction of Jeanne Skrocki.

She has performed with orchestras like the Coachella Valley Symphony, Redlands Symphony Orchestra, and Pasadena Summer Youth Chamber Orchestra. She is also involved in a Piano Trio and has performed as a Colonial Fiddle Musician on Riley’s Farm in Oak Glen at the Hawk’s Head Tavern. You may also find Sara playing many events as part of a string quartet throughout the Coachella Valley, Inland Empire, and Los Angeles county.

Ms. J is very passionate for music and tries to instill that same passion into her students by teaching them both the technicality and musicality of different pieces. She believes that when one learns how to play an instrument, one must also learn the principles of music in general. When a musician knows every facet of a piece they are playing, performing the music becomes a deeper experience for the performer and audience, whether that piece be a Beethoven Concerto or Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star. She strives to help the students become very knowledgeable, not only in playing the violin itself, but also in music theory, history, ear training, wise practicing, and performance etiquette.
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Diane B. November 11, 2016
Violin · Online
Verified Student
I'm enthusiastic about upcoming lessons! She's a very positive, uplifting person!
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Sally V. October 23, 2016
Violin · In home
Verified Student
Sara is wonderful. She is nice, respectful and patient. We are very happy with her. She teaches my daughter new songs. My daughter (13) is also part of school orchestra. . Sara helps with any questions she has and provides her tips to do it better. highly recommend her.
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Grace R. October 8, 2016
Viola · In home
Verified Student
Sara is really nice and Grace had a great lesson today.
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Sara J.

Los Angeles, CA 90004
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starting at
$20 / 30-min
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Mark V S.

Van Nuys, CA

About Mark V

Mark V has been “Specializing In Melody” since the age of 5 when he discovered his natural ability to play and create catchy tunes by teaching himself the harmonica by ear. He went on to learn the accordion at 10, the piano at 12, MIDI and synthesizers at 15, the guitar at 30, and a long list of other exotic instruments along the way, completely by ear. He has collected rare synthesizers since 1984 and has well over a 100 in his collection. Mark V is also Pro Tools certified and has been teaching Pro Tools, MIDI, music production, composing, keyboard techniques & sound design since 1998 hav
ing won numerous academic awards. Mark V has a BA from UCSC in an individual major of Audio/Visual Composition. He wears many hats including his first passion as a prolific composer, BMI/BMG songwriter, producer, sound designer, Pro Tools editor, MIDI expert & programmer, writer, consultant & teacher inspiring his students to become better than they ever dreamed possible all while having FUN!
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Tim B. July 10, 2016
Accordion · Online
Verified Student
Mark has been an excellent teacher. Although I haven't played the accordion very long, my steady improvement, following his lessons, has been very enjoyable. I can feel my confidence building as well. I'm looking forward to continued progress with Mark.
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Daniel Laner March 31, 2016
Pro Tools Software · In studio
Mark is the best at what he does. I took a pro tools class with him and left feeling like a master. His hands on teaching style is unbeatable.
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Stephen March 18, 2016
Pro Tools Software · In home
Phenomenal experience. Mark is not only a consummate expert when it comes to Pro Tools, he is a highly skilled teacher, extremely professional, and a great guy. As someone with a PhD and a background in teaching and instructional design, I know something about effective teaching and Mark is truly a cut above--organized, patient, engaging, articulate, focused, helpful, illustrates his points with colorful anecdotes, offers useful ways of remembering the information... Mark, thanks for sharing your knowledge as well as your enthusiasm for ProTools.
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Mark V S.

Mark V S.

Van Nuys, CA 91401
(7)
starting at
$60 / 45-min
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Claire G.

West Hollywood, CA

About Claire

My name is Claire and have a Master in Music Performance from California State University Fullerton. I am also French and arrived in August 2010 with a full scholarship to study music. I have Master degree in clarinet performance, am currently playing in a professional clarinet quartet, studying with a member of the LA Phil and hoping to get my doctorate in the next five years.

I have the experience of teaching private clarinet lessons in France since 2006 and in America since 2010 and am seeking clarinet students of every level and age. .

I have also studied piano for a few years and ha
ve the experience of teaching private piano lessons in France and America.

Finally as I am from France, I have taught French since I arrived here and can help you get ready for exams and midterms.
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bob M. December 2, 2016
French · Online
Verified Student
My lesson was great and I enjoy working with Claire.
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Claire G.

Claire G.

West Hollywood, CA 90069
(1)
starting at
$25 / 30-min

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