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I'm happy I chose to take drum lessons with Gabriel."
Michael is very flexible, always working with us to adjust the schedule when needed. We rented drums at first (which we were able to do through Michael - I asked, he provided; no pressure sales), but when we were ready to purchase, he helped us find the right set. Michael even helped us get a reduced price through a local music store.
I can't say enough good things about our experience with Michael. The best testimony that I can give is that my son loves to practice his drums every day, without having to be asked!"
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Currently, I teach middle school band and have done so since 2015.
Completely self-taught on guitar.
16 years of formal music education.
23 years of experience on trumpet.
Numerous high school and collegiate instrumental and choral ensembles.
8 years of teaching private lessons.
Becky has played and currently plays with many local groups in the greater Milwaukee area. Some groups of note include: Brew City Big Band, The Moonlighters Orchestra, Wauwatosa Community Concert Band, Tosa Jazz, Shorewood Summer Community Band, and more. Becky also frequently plays in pit orchestras for local musical productions for theater companies such as Sunset Playhouse, DSHA (Divine Savior Holy Angels) Theater, Shorewood Players, Port Washington Players, University School of Milwaukee Theater and more.
In addition to performing, Becky i
Becky tailors her lessons to each individual student's needs, interests, and goals. She strives to make music fun for every student!
*** Lesson Details ***
Becky tailors her lessons to each individual student's needs, interests, and goals. She has significant experience coaching students to prepare for the WSMA Solo & Ensemble music festivals, State Honors Ensemble auditions, MYSO auditions, UWAY auditions, college auditions and more.
Becky strives to make music fun for every student regardless of their ability!
*** Studio Equipment ***
Private studio space. Chairs. Music Stands. Piano. Music. Metronome. Tuner. Personal instruments.
*** Travel Equipment ***
Music. Music Stand. Metronome. Tuner. Personal instruments.
*** Specialties ***
Preparing students for the WSMA Solo & Ensemble music festivals, State Honors Ensemble auditions, MYSO auditions, UWAY auditions, college auditions and more.
Jazz Ensemble, Concert Band, Orchestral, and Classical performance and more.
Instruments taught and performed: Flute, Clarinet, Bass Clarinet, Alto Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone, and Baritone Saxophone.
· Flute · In home
· Flute · In studio
· Flute · In studio
I try to teach what the students are interested in and make it fun and interesting so that they learn the lessons and their favorite songs. Every student is different and needs to be taught in a way that makes learning easy and fun for them.
I have a passion for all people and all ages and am blessed to be able to teach from the very young, (ages 2-5 Toddlermusik lessons) to teens and adults.....all the way to senior citizens. I've had many older students all the way up to a 93 year old gentleman who is taking singing lessons and asked me to put music to his lyrics. We have recorded over 50 songs together.
I started playing trumpet in 5th grade and knew that music was for me. I also liked playing with drums and piano also because they seemed exciting. I've competed in WSMA (Wi
I started playing the guitar and bass guitar when I was 13 and have never stopped practicing and performing since. I also have done a lot of writing, recording, producing, and have a Pro Tools Studio for students to use.
***College and Teaching***
I began teaching music lessons in college and enjoyed it very much. I received my B.A. in Music from the University of Wisconsin, Stevens Point. There I was very much involved with guitar, piano, voice, trumpet, and being in bands and writing music. After receiving my B.A. I also took 3 years of Education classes at the University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee. I write, produce, and perform my music along with performing with bands around the Midwest.
***Life in Music***
After receiving my B.A. in Music, I continued teaching and opened up my home studio. After a year and a half I had enough students that I was able to quit my factory job and teach music full time. I've been teaching, performing, and writing music ever since.
***Performing and more***
I have been on stage performing music since I was 11. In school band, marching band, competing in music competitions, and in bands touring the Midwest.
I have recorded many CDs with bands and on my own. My most ambitious project was a CD of my original music called, "Girls". I've performed my music and promoted it by being interviewed on Milwaukee radio stations along with internet music sites such as CD Baby. It is very exciting talking on live radio about my music and my passion. It is also even more exciting, and scary, playing my music live on the radio, lol.
I have been teaching for over 2 decades. Students take lessons for:
* guitar (electric / acoustic)
* music theory / ear training
* studio recording / songwriting
I also give kindermusik lessons to 2-5 year old all the way up to senior citizens 70-93. I play parties, concerts, and Nursing Home performances.
I am experienced as an online (Skype) instructor, and I have taught online lessons worldwide. I've witnessed great results from my online students (both national and international).
I hope I can help you with all of your musical goals and get you going in a positive musical direction.
· Drum · In home
· Guitar · In studio
· Harmonica · In studio
I have 15 years of experience playing in bands with a wide variety of music styles. I also have experience with song writing and recording as well as performing. I can help you learn to play Pop, Rock, Classical, Country, Bluegrass, Folk, Heavy Metal, and Thrash Metal music.
If you have any questions, just ask. Don't forget to click the "GREEN BUTTON" to get started right away!
· Acoustic Guitar · In studio
· Guitar · In studio
· Acoustic Guitar · In studio
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I have a very wide range of musical interests, from classical to folk/fiddle music, Irish and Scottish music, pop, funk, rock, heavy metal, and many more. I hope to use my many interests to appeal to the varied musical interests of all of my students while continuing to teach important terms, traditions, and similar aspects of all music in our lessons.
As a cellist, I began as a Suzuki Strings student under Charlene Melzer in my hometown of Racine, WI, and continued my musical training within the Suzuki tradition. I studied privately with Martha Veto in Racine for seven years before attending Illinois Wesleyan University, where I studied under Dr. Nin
In 2011 I won the Racine Young Artists Competition and performed solo with the Racine Symphony. I received Honorable Mention in the Milwaukee Symphony Young Artist Auditions in 2012 and 2013. At Illinois Wesleyan, I won the 2016-17 Henry Charles Memorial Concerto-Aria Competition, and performed Tchaikovsky's "Pezzo Capriccioso" with the Illinois Wesleyan Symphony Orchestra. I love to continue working on my own craft so that I can always be the best possible musical model for my students.
I believe that all people of all ages, backgrounds, and identities are capable of making quality music. My goal is to help each student find his or her musical identity and use it to create meaningful, lifelong experiences for all people!
I believe that learning music should be a positive experience, and that learning to play an instrument greatly enhances the quality of one’s life. While teaching you or your child how to play the violin, I will also incorporate musicianship skills such as music theory, technique, ear training, and sight-reading. Above all, I will always maintain a positive learning environment. I will be using a combination of Suzuki method techniques and other methods (such as Mimi Zweig and Paul Rolland principles) and repertoire. For more info, go to my website at silverflightstudio(.)weebly(.)com (without the parentheses).
My availability is somewhat flexible, so send me a message if you would l
· Violin · In studio
· Violin · In studio
· Piano · In home
· Piano · In home
I work full-time as a school psychologist, and love playing piano in my free-time to de-stress. I am someone who believes in the importance of technique and theory, but sees the enjoyment and therapeutic nature of learning to play an instrument and making music as the most important part of all.
I have played the piano since I was 7 years old, and growing up I participated in piano competitions, accompanied for choirs/soloists, was employed as a church pianist, and played at several weddings. I am experienced in playing various kinds of music, such as contemporary, classical, and jazz.
I am willing to work with all ages, but would particularly work well with school-aged children and children with special needs due to my years of experience working with those populations. I am very easygoing, patient, fun, and am determined
I look forward to working with you!
Voice students can expect to improve their tone from week to week by learning healthy vocal technique. I have taught all ages and skill levels, and specialize in teaching younger children to sing in a vocally healthy way. Students learn about releasing tension, good breath support, placement, head/chest voice and mix, as well as solfege and ear training.
I have also been playing pi
My passion is teaching kids to sing in a vocally healthy way by building on basic foundational techniques such as good posture, good breath support, ear training and release of tension. As a child, I was told often that singers were born, not taught, and I am here to tell you that I learned how to sing well during my college and grad school years, and was not a "born" singer! I learned so much about healthy singing in school that I wish I had known when I was younger, so my personal goal is to install good vocally healthy habits in all of my students.
· Singing · In home
· Piano · In studio
· Vocal Training · In studio
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