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Denise R. Palm Springs, CA

About Denise

I'€™ve always had a love for music. When I was 8 years old, I taught myself how to read music before my first piano lesson because I was so excited to learn. I continued taking piano lessons throughout my school days and became involved in choir in high school. When I began college I decided to study business. I auditioned for choir and realized that my dream was to become a music educator. I graduated from Point Loma Nazarene University with a Bachelor of Arts in Music. I studied piano, voice, clarinet, and music education. I had a lot of experience playing the piano and singing that I decided to learn the clarinet and join the concert band so I could have band experience. I was also involved in hand bell choir and continued to perform with the choir after I graduated. After

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Michael S. April 14, 2015
Singing · In studio
Denise is a very easy going teacher. Denise is very relatable to my teen daughter an I love how punctual and attentive to our lesson schedule Denise is. Great teacher!
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Brian F. November 7, 2014
Singing · In studio
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Denise has a very peaceful demeanor about her that makes children feel comfortable and at ease. My daughter enjoys the instruction she receives, and the way she receives it from Denise. I would recommend her to anyone looking for a comfortable environment for their children to learn.
Vanessa S. Palm Springs, CA

About Vanessa

A concertizing musician since age 9, I hold a Bachelor’s and Master’s of Music in instrumental performance from the California State University Los Angeles, where I was named the CSU system's youngest to receive a graduate degree. In 2005 I earned a Doctorate of Musical Arts from the University of Arizona, where I was the Graduate Teaching Assistant. I have also been honored as the University of Arizona's youngest doctoral graduate, receiving my degree at age 19. I have performed as a member and guest soloist with countless chamber ensembles, orchestras, and bands across the United States. Highlights of my international tours include concerts in Shanghai, Seoul, South Africa, Madrid and at the Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C. In addition to playing for such notables as Oprah ...

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OscarG May 22, 2011
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So far Dr Vanessa is doing an excellent job, my daughter really enjoys learning with her.
Breanna J. Hemet, CA

About Breanna

My name is Breanna, I have been playing piano and taking piano lessons for seven years since the age of fourteen. I am currently enrolled in the music program at Mt. San Jacinto College, awaiting to get my A.A. in music. I believe I have the sufficient ability to transfer my knowledge of playing the piano to my students via techniques that I have learned along the way through my own piano lessons such as different techniques in helping to build hand independence, proper fingering and posture, general knowledge of music theory such as the way scales, chords, melody and harmony work and also reading and composing music. I've always had a passion for both music and teaching, not only do I want to make great music, but I want to help others learn to create great music. I have both the ...

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sarah C. June 19, 2014
In home
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Ms. Breanna is very patient teacher. She's teaching my 9 and 5 year old children. She makes it fun and interesting for kids this age to learn about music. She even goes beyond her time. Thank you!
Dennis T. San Jacinto, CA

About Dennis

I have been a guitar player for 40 years. I play blues, country, folk, and pop. My approach to teaching the guitar is unique and fun. I do not teach an endless series of lessons exploring scales, chords, and music theory. I teach the guitar by way of teaching the student specific songs which highlight a particular area of music theory. In this way, the student becomes familiar with elements of music theory without being bored to death being taught dry music theory lessons. A student's curiosity about music theory is inspired when he or she begins to question how songs he or she is learning are put together. I believe that teaching the guitar in a fun and meaningful way requires that the lessons be memorable and inspiring, and teaching my students songs from the first day inspires ...

Theresa J. Palm Desert, CA

About Theresa

Theresa J. has been teaching private lessons since 2012 and is currently available to teach lessons at her studio, and online. Ms. J has helped students accomplish healthy and free vocal singing (in all genres), confidence in the ability to perform on stage, and building self-esteem and focus all while becoming a better musician and singer. Attending the University of South Carolina, on scholarship as a Vocal Performance Major, Ms. J. studied underneath Metropolitan Opera star, soprano, Janet Hopkins. She also attended the Manhattan School of Music Summer Voice Festival as a student of Metropolitan Opera, mezzo- soprano, Mignon Dunn and later earned her degree in Education from Chapman University. As an expert in her field of performance and voice, Ms. J. looks forward to helping new

Beck B. Beaumont, CA

About Beck

I am a 41 year old female, who has studied piano for over 30 years. I am excited to teach students even just beginning. I have had some great experiences with teaching and have learned adaptive teaching styles for various learning styles. I've noticed that many children are eager to learn. I would enjoy starting to teach your beginner or for those who already have a few years experience. My background is that I started taking music lessons at (6 years old- violin).. but then progressed to piano at around 11. Since then i studied piano lessons for 6 years or so, and also had taken lessons for flute and had begun the band. I am a rather reserved person, but enjoy working with students the best one-on-one.

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