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Bachelor of Fine Arts from Cincinnati Conservatory of Music
Teaching since 2004
Teaches students 5 to 70
BFA in Music Theatre from Cincinnati Conservatory
Opera performances with Lake George Opera Company and regional performances in the Boston area, Albany, NY, and New York City.
I am a professional singer and actress with opera and musical theater credits. Singing is my passion! I love to sing, and I LOVE to teach others to sing! The human voice is the most natural instrument of all, and helping others to bring out the beauty of the natural instrument that lies within th
She is a pleasure to learn from and to spend time with!!
Teaches students 7 and up
BA - Piano Performance; BA - Composition from University of Hartford - Hartt School
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
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Music is all about you. My piano lessons are dedicated to you, refining your abilities, sharpening your ears, and incorporating enhanced levels of creativity. With a background also in composition I have a wide experience in not only performing but writing music, which gets me in close and personal to the inner workings. I have a wide range of knowledge in history and repertoire to engage students outside the realm of normal and often overplayed repertoire.
Especially during major world events, the need for art and mediums where humans can express their emotion are of vital importance. "Practice makes proficiency” - this is true for music as well as life. Mistakes are inevitable but it is mistakes that allow us to grow and achieve greater things. I will patiently and effectively work with you to refine the mistakes and achieve proficiency in your journey through music.
I am extremely personable and am an excellent listener. I graduated from the Hartt School and went to the New
Jonathan Weir graduated Magna Cum Laude from the Hartt School of Music with a degree in Piano Performance and Composition. Jonathan has been playing Classical Piano since a young age and has studied under Maggie Francis, piano faculty at the Hartt School. The discovery of Classical Piano also led hi
BA Film Scoring and Synthesis from Berklee College of Music
Teaches students 6 and up
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate
I've been playing guitar and piano since I was little. I've been playing music professionally since I was 16 and can cover many styles of music. Berklee College of Music graduate.
I really love teaching and try to incorporate new techniques and technologies into my lesson. It comes down to getting to know you and making the lessons relevant to you.
I've been a professional keyboard player for over 30 years. A graduate of Berklee College of Music, I'm able to teach music from many different perspectives. I like to get to know my students and tailor their lesson to their interests and goals. I can competently teach Pop, Jazz, Classical, Ear T
Teaching since 2007
Aerospace Engineering from UCLA
Basic Engineering Concepts like Statics, Fluid Mechanics, Physics, Calculus, Lab Reports
I'm a graduate of UCLA School of Engineering with a B.S. in Aerospace Engineering. I have a passion for explaining how the physical world works through math and physics along with 11 years of tutoring experience in those subjects, test prep, and mentorship programs. The teaching strategy I believe i
Speaks Japanese, Spanish, English
Music Performance - Guitar from University of St. Thomas
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
I have been working as a professional engineer since 2004, working both as a freelance engineer & as an employee of Bobby Vee's Rockhouse Productions since 2011. Whether it's recording a full rock band, voice-overs or a live polka band, we'll discuss strategies & approaches for capturing the sounds, signal path, preamps/compressors, discerning the layout of & using patchbays, as well as a plethora of mixing/mastering tactics (panning, levels, A/D/A conversion, effects, etc.)
My name is Alex. I'm a multi-instrumentalist (guitar, bass, Oud, bouzouki, keyboards, voice, drums, flute, etc.), composer, performer, recording artist, arranger/orchestrator/transcriber, recording engineer/producer & music educator. I graduated from the University of St. Thomas "Cum Laude" in 2
Teaching since 2005
Awarded Guitar Player Of The Year from California Country Music Association San Diego Chapter
Teaches students 10 and up
I tailor my lessons to the individual student. I strive to help my students accomplish their goals and above all have fun!
I'm an active member of the San Diego music scene. I have performed throughout the U.S. and Canada as a member of several touring bands. I have extensive studio experience with my own projects, and as a session guitarist. I teach many styles including blues, rock, funk, R&B, and country. I was nam
We generally focus on electric guitar - Blues, Rock and Jazz, but I know Joe teaches many acoustic-oriented clients as well. I highly recommend him.
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Joel is a great teacher. He has patience, keeps on track, gives good feedback, and knows all kinds of music. He has taught me bass, and vocals. I am a lead in my school musical and I owe it all to what he has taught me! I would recommend Joel for anyone who wants to learn about music. He is a very good, reliable, professional... all the stuff you look for in a teacher."
For classical piano, I worked a bit on the Adagio from the Moonlight Sonata, the Eb Major Nocturne and the Adagio from the C major Mozart Concerto, and also the first Invention.
I dedicated more time to the improvising and ostinato practice. While my pedaling improved, it still has a ways to go before I can play some of the classical piano repertoire.
In any case, it was a lot of fun and I learned a lot!
Thanks very much!"
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