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bobby f. Warren, OH

About bobby

I have over 25 years of music teaching experience. I am also a professional musician playing over 100 gigs a year. I can teach you every thing you need to be a competent player. I teach all styles of guitar- Metal, Rock, Blues, Shred, Fingerstyle Classical, Music Reading, & Theory. Vocal styles from Melodic to Extreme Metal growls and screams. I am a PATH Certified Therapeutic Horseback Riding Instructor. I can work with riders with special needs and able bodied. Specializing in Western Style. Beginner - Intermediate RIDING LESSONS WILL BE AT STUDENTS LOCATION

Ashle P. Warren, OH

About Ashle

Hello, my name is Ashle P. I am a passionate musician willing to teach children the basic technique needed to be a talented singer and/or pianist. I have worked with children for as long as I can remember. I have plenty of patience and love to work with young children. I started singing and playing piano at the age of 4. Patient and loving instructors made me want to be the best I could be. I would love to instill that same passion in the hearts of your children. At a very young age I was a part of Spivey Hall Children's Choir in Atlanta, GA. We performed many concerts in Spivey Hall based out of Clayton State University. This was a very exciting time for me. I was pushed to learn the breathing technique and enunciation needed to be able to sing classical music. After my time ...

Rick M. Youngstown, OH

About rick

I give Acoustic and Electric Guitar, as well as Ukulele lessons for all ages. All lessons will be designed around what the student's desire to learn is. This can include ear training, reading music, basic strumming, fingerstyle as well as whatever is decided. Lessons are also available at my location or the students choice off location. Feel free to contact me with any questions.

Sierra M. Youngstown, OH

About Sierra

Sierra Jordan M. is in her fourth year at Dana School of Music majoring in Vocal Music Education with a minor in Oboe. She has received the prestigious ‘National School Choral Award’ and ‘John Phillip Sousa Award.’ Sierra is currently the recipient of the Founces Luley Scholarship, Youngstown Opera Guild Scholarship, Dana School of Music Scholarship and other music and academic scholarships. During her time in Youngstown, she has performed as a soloist with the Wind Ensemble, District 5 Chamber Choir Festivals, several masterclasses, masses and recitals. Currently, she performs as a freelance musician in the Warren-Youngstown and Cleveland areas and teaches voice lessons at Liberty Lesson Center. As A voice teacher, she specializes in vocal health for longevity and artistry. ...

Michele D. Cranberry Township, PA

About Michele

Hello! I have been playing drums for 25 years. I started taking lessons when I was eleven and took them for almost six years. My drum teacher was a really cool older guy who taught me a lot. He is the one who told me, "don't let your right hand know what your left hand is doing!" That was the most helpful piece of advice I got when learning. I also had a female drum teacher who was amazing. It was really cool to learn from another female drummer. She was better than anyone I even heard before. I always figured after learning drums and playing for a while I would end up giving lessons, too. And so, here I am. Drumming is fun, let's do this!

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