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Caitlin C.

Winters, CA

About Caitlin

I am a professional violinist and violist living in Winters, CA, frequenting Sacramento and the Bay Area. I have a passion for performing many different styles and instruments and want to share that with my students! Nothing makes me happier than igniting the drive for music in my students and seeing what music can do for them. I have Bachelors and Masters degrees in music performance from the University of North Texas and the Eastman School of Music, and I am Suzuki trained. I have spent most of my life surrounded by Suzuki teachers and students and am very comfortable with the method! I also
love to teach with the traditional methods and am willing to find what works best for each student individually.It is most important to me that the lessons are fun! I find that everyone learns best when they are engaged and truly enjoying themselves. Each and every student should be able to experience what learning music can do for them, and I wish to pass along my knowledge and passion in every lesson.

*** Lesson Details ***
Expect lots of questions! I love to engage my students by asking them questions about their own playing. We learn together, solve problems together, and play together. The lessons are about YOU. I am willing and able to change my teaching style based on what will yield results most efficiently and with the best quality. A lot of my teaching is done with the Suzuki violin books. If there are any specific songs or pieces you want to learn, we can make that happen! In our first lessons, we will decide together your personal, individualized goals and how to achieve them the best way.

*** Travel Equipment ***
I have my own instruments and teaching materials/books. I supply tape for fingerboards and bows as well.
I expect students to have their own instruments and to buy the music books (most likely Suzuki) that we use in their lessons so they can practice.

*** Specialties ***
I am Suzuki trained and can teach all levels in the Suzuki method. I can also teach traditionally, without Suzuki method if the student/parent prefers. I also specialize in Baroque performance practice, and can teach Baroque violin, baroque viola, and viola da gamba.
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Jose O. March 19, 2015
Violin · In home
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Being the parent of a 5 year old daughter, my wife and I were quite careful on choosing what we considered to be a good violin teacher, especially given the fact we would be bringing this person into our home (in-home lessons). From the beginning Caitlin demonstrated being capable of teaching a child, making every effort to make classes fun, and to encourage our daughter to practice. Her professionalism, patience and dedication were visible in all her lessons. We were quite sad to hear she was moving outside of NY. Searching for a new teacher proved quite difficult as she set the bar quite high.

In summary, Caitlin not only met, but exceeded our expectations. I highly recommend her.
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Caitlin C.

Caitlin C.

Winters, CA 95694
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Colin G.

Fairfield, CA

About Colin

UCLA Herb Alpert School Of Music Grad

Music Outreach Scholar

Ascap Foundation Scholar

GLUCK Fellow

Colin James G. is one of the most decorated and progressive young music educators in California. He has taught hundreds of students in schools both public and private institutions all throughout California. He is now pleased to be offering private lessons to a limited number of students.

Colin recognizes the individuality in music and in musicians. Therefore, in order for a student to really absorb the most from his lessons, he forms highly structured lessons plans tailored sp
ecifically to the students needs, while still maintaining the basic curriculum that every musician needs to know. The skill level does not matter: from beginners to advanced levels, there are things Colin can teach a student to elevate their drumming to the next progression. Equally as important, Colin always maintains a very exciting and encouraging environment for the student to grow and become their best, because at the end of the day, a teacher is supposed to provide the inspiration so that the student can end up teaching themselves.
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JenniferK3 May 10, 2011
Really enjoyed the lessons and feel happy with my progress every week. Colin obviously has the skills AND he knows how to teach them. A really nice person and instructor :)
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Colin G.

Fairfield, CA 94533
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$40 / 30-min
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Fredric M.

Davis, CA

About Fredric

12 Years of experience with piano. 10 years of Saxophone. Centered in Davis, Ca. would be willing to teach most anyone within a 20 minute drive of campus.
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Nate July 26, 2015
Piano · In home
Fred used to bike to my house just to give me lessons. Fantastic teacher who is very dedicated.
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Riley July 26, 2015
Piano · In home
I was fairly experienced and still learned a thing or two from Fred. Helped me review some songs I had forgotten.
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Derek July 26, 2015
Piano · In home
Fred makes piano fun! Would highly recommend to other students.
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Fredric M.

Davis, CA 95616
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$15 / 30-min
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Gabriel R.

Davis, CA

About Gabriel

Gabriel (b.1988) is a composer from San Juan, Puerto Rico. He studied music composition with Alfonso Fuentes Colón in the Conservatory of Music of Puerto Rico where he earned his Bachelors degree in music composition. Currently he is pursuing his Master in Music Composition at Michigan State University under composer Ricardo Lorenz.

In 2009, Gabriel won the Contest for Music Composition for Dance organized by Andaza and was choreographed by Eloy Ortíz, one of Andanza’s main choreographers. In the summer of 2010 he presented his Duo for Clarinet and Violoncello in the Ateneo Puer
torriqueño, one of Puerto Rico’s chief cultural institution. In 2010, in Second Congress of Puerto Rican Musical Creation his work for orchestra “Un Final Frio”(A Cold Ending) was performed by the Symphonic Orchestra of the Puerto Rico Conservatory of Music under the direction Roselyn Pabón .
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Charlie C. June 7, 2015
Logic Pro Software · In studio
Gabriel is a very knowledgable instructor. He taught me how to use Logic Pro X among other music software and I now feel competent on these programs. He taught me a lot, but also gave me enough room to figure things out on my own, which is very valuable. I highly recommend Gabriel is you are looking to learn Logic Pro X.
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Yamile M. June 6, 2015
Piano · In home
One of the best piano teachers I've had. He is very patient, knows a lot about music in general, and he always brings good energy to the class. I've learned very nice songs that he has taught me, and also he gives me the option to choose the song I would like to learn (if it is in my level -medium). The fact that he is doing his Master's in Music Composition makes the approach of learning piano quite interesting. I definitely recommend he as a piano or composition teacher.
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Gabriel R.

Gabriel R.

Davis, CA 95616
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$25 / 30-min
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Sue S.

Davis, CA

About Sue

Learning the flute is a great way to explore your creativity. Flute is the one wind instrument with amazing versatility and expression. It is as comfortable in an orchestra as a jazz band.

Do you or a child you know want to learn how to play flute, recorder, baroque flute, or even piccolo? I love to teach and can help you on your or your child's path to further your music education.

I began playing the flute when I was 10 and started teaching while I was still a high school student. I started playing flute professionally as a teenager and now I have over 30 years of experience in teac
hing and performing.

I teach students of all ages. I specialize in personalized, tailored instruction with a strong commitment to making the process of learning music simple and straightforward. Each student has a unique learning style and I work with each student within their style. Your lessons are designed for YOU, whether beginner, intermediate, or advanced. Your lesson pace, curriculum, and progress are based on your strengths and learning style.

I am by vocation a musician specializing in performing and teaching flute. I have taught flute and played professionally in the greater Sacramento area, as well as in SLC, Utah and Reno, NV.
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Beth August 13, 2015
Flute · In studio
Our daughter has taken flute lessons from Sue for 3 years. These private lessons have provided our daughter with an excellent musical foundation and allowed her to develop skill in playing the flute. Sue has been very flexible in scheduling (when our busy schedule creates conflict). Most importantly, Sue has been supportive and relaxed in her teaching style to allow our very shy daughter to feel comfortable and confident in the lessons.
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Pat August 8, 2015
Flute · In studio
Sue was a great teacher, even though I only studied with her for a little more than a year. I think I was right up there with one of her favorite "hopeless causes." I started lesson with Sue when I was 65 years old, with absolutely no music background. I so regret that I didn't find Sue and undertake flute when I was much younger. She tried, and was pretty patient, but I think I was pretty hopeless.
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Yuene August 6, 2015
Flute · In studio
Sue's teaching methods are multiple - level. She is inspiring and playful. She is my third music instrument teacher (after 8 years of piano & another 8 years of violin lesson), I learned something brand new about flute and music principles.

Her rate is extremely reasonable especially considering how professional and diligent a teacher she is.

I am very grateful to be guided to her when I was looking for a flute teacher.
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Sue S.

Sue S.

Davis, CA 95618
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