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Michael J.

Visalia, CA

About Michael

I have been involved in music all of my life. As a child I played trumpet in band and sang in school and church choirs. My favorite movies were musicals and they still are my favorite. Music was my ma
jor in college, which included singing, dancing, acting and playing musical instruments. I like all types of music. As a school teacher, I taught 3rd. grade through high school, everything from band and choir to musical theater. I also taught private students, of all ages, piano, guitar, voice and most of the wind instruments.

*** Lesson Details ***
My students can expect to learn the basics of music theory, such as melody, harmony, key signature and rhythm. I want my students to have fun by learning the kind of music they like best while learning to appreciate the kind of music that will develop their musical skills. Piano books like John Schaum and guitar books like Mel Bay's Guitar Method are good books to learn to read music and learn the proper way to play your instrument. Scale exercises are important for instrumental, as well as, vocal students. I use a practice log and CD-DVD recordings of my students so they can see and hear their progress. At the end of 6 months I want my students to play their favorite songs in 3 different keys. C, G and F Major.

*** Studio Equipment ***
Designated music room: Two keyboards, guitars, sound equipment, PA system, computers, seating for parents (he encourages it!)

*** Travel Equipment ***
Students need their own inst. I have one of every inst. to demo. except piano and guitar which I have 2 of each.

*** Specialties ***
Open-minded to all music. I specialize in performance. I help my students with their look, as well as, their sound. I know how to bring out the best in my students.


Sean W. June 23, 2016
Saxophone · In home
Verified Student
Enjoyed 1st lesson on learning my 2nd instrument.
Tod B. August 4, 2015
Clarinet · In studio
Verified Student
It’s one thing to have the gift of teaching music, which Michael does. It’s another, entirely, to be able to relate to young students in a way that fires them up and keeps them excited.
Tod B. June 26, 2015
Classical Guitar · In studio
Verified Student
We couldn't be happier with Michael. His passion and expertise are what you'd want from a teacher (clarinet + guitar), but beyond this, he's a kind, patient man who really took the effort to reach my son outside of just the lesson. This made a huge difference when it comes to keeping my son engaged.

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Michael J.

Michael J.

Visalia, CA 93291
starting at
$30 / 30-min

Brendan B.

Springville, CA

About Brendan

As a performing artist, I understand the many challenges that learning and communicating a new skill (such as learning a new language or studying music) presents. However, with years of experience, I
have learned how to master many of them, and to teach others how to overcome their own difficulties by encouraging the teacher within each of them.
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Brendan B.

Brendan B.

Springville, CA 93265
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$35 / 30-min
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Diane B.

Fresno, CA

About Diane

My degrees are in psychology (BA) and law (JD). Studying psychology, I learned that children have learning styles related to their personalities. For instance, children with high levels of energy seem
to learn better when actively engaged as they learn, and more introverted children don't like to be put on the spot, but they do want their teacher's attention and they enjoy interaction with one person at a time. I also learned that categorizing concepts helps with memorization, which is how I scored at the 94th percentile on the Verbal section of the GRE, plus I've learned some tricks for performing complex calculations quickly. I've taught Reading and Math to students in kindergarten through 5th grade in Oakland, California. I've also tutored college students for an undergraduate psychology class, and later law students for their criminal law class. I taught the 4 and 5 year old Sunday School class at my church throughout my teen years, so I'm quite familiar with this age group.
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Diane B.

Diane B.

Fresno, CA 93727
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$17 / 30-min
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Andrew G.

Clovis, CA

About Andrew

Andrew has been teaching private lessons since 2010 and is currently available to teach lessons at his studio or online, traveling to your location is acceptable upon attendance in person to his studi
o so he can get to know you a little more. Your lessons will be tailored to your needs not my own, I will adhere to your goals and help you refine them for long-term success

Andrew has helped students with beginning piano, advanced vocal techniques, refine their performances, and revealed the understanding, reason and motivation behind performances. Also he has educated students on introductory video productions methods, how develop a brand and introductory marketing. Lastly, Andrew has helped students create basic-moderate web design through word press, and how to keep it updated and current on your own. Andrew will give you the essentials you need to start creating/performing in any of these environments and pursuits.

Andrew received his musical training at Azusa Pacific University in 2014 where he received a Masters of Music in Composition with an emphasis in Film & Television writing. As an expert in his field, Andrew looks forward to helping new students achieve their goals. Andrew's teaching style is relaxed, understanding, and full of patience.

Again, for students who would like me to travel to them, I am asking that you please sign up and attend one lesson in my private studio before traveling arrangements can be made.


Jim M. October 18, 2016
WordPress · Online
Verified Student
Andrew was a good listener, and was able to address my unique issues regarding WordPress. He was also good about telling me when he didn't know the answer...which is more important to me...a man must know his limits. Thanks.
Debbie A. October 7, 2016
Christian Gospel · Online
Verified Student
Down to earth type of teacher! Encourages you and makes you feel you can do it!!!
Robbie Latorre September 23, 2016
Piano · Online
My daughter loves to learn and listen what the teacher teaches her. The teacher shows her the piano books and teaches her step by step. He is wonderful teacher! He provides me the ASL interpreter and explains to me what she learns. He is so friendly! I would highly recommend him to teach you how to piano.
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Andrew G.

Andrew G.

Clovis, CA 93611
starting at
$25 / 30-min

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