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Bachelor's of Music: Saxophone Performance from University of Minnesota
Teaches students 8 to 85
Awarded Yamaha Young Performing Artist Classical Saxophone Winner from Yamaha
Professional saxophonist, trained at the nations top music schools, I teach students of all levels and ages, whether just beginning or an experienced player. I have a great amount of experience in both classical and jazz and have been playing for about 21 years myself. I currently teach saxophone at Austin Peay State University and Tennessee State University, but truly enjoy working with students of all ages and abilities!
In addition to helping students establish solid fundamentals, I can help you reach your goals, whether that be through working on classical solo repertoire, jazz and improvisation, band music, preparing for a competition or audition, and more. I try to make lessons fun and enjoyable for the student.
If you don't live near me, online lessons are a great alternative to in person lessons. I have had success teaching many students of various abilities and ages throughout the country and abroad online! I have taught online students from 26 different states and 3 ...
I am a professional musician/teacher with over 14 years of experience teaching private lessons to students of all ages and abilities. I have a Doctorate degree in music from the University of Colorado, have two additional graduate degrees in music, from the University of Michigan and Northwestern Un
Speaks Spanish, English, Spanish
Music and Education from Johnson University
Teaching since 1993
You've always wanted to learn the drums but never knew where to start. Well now you do. We start with basics of drums and rhythm and build into Rock and Country Genres. From Drum sets all the way down to small hand drums, we have you covered.
My name is Gabriel. I have been playing and teaching for over 35 years both piano and Voice, Theater, Songwriting, Film, Stage Acting and so much more. As a Music Major and Christian Education major at Johnson Bible College. As a Student you will find that learning to play and sing can be fun a
Speaks Chinese, English
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate
Violin Major, Piano Minor from Baltimore School for the Arts, Baldwin-Wallace Conservatory, Mark O'Connor Fiddle Camps, CA College of Music, Colburn School of Music
With over 30 years of teaching experience, Jennifer is available to teach piano in person as well as virtually. What puts her above the rest is that she is able to custom tailor music instruction towards each individual student's goals and needs.
Featured in concert by WILLIE NELSON and recipient of the LA Music Awards' 'INSTRUMENTAL ARTIST OF THE YEAR', Jennifer A. graduated from the Baltimore School for the Arts, studied violin performance at Baldwin Wallace Conservatory in Cleveland and performs throughout the world. With over 30 years of
Associate of Music from Pierce Community College
Teaching since 2014
Teaches students 7 to 70
Learn some fun songs on this great sounding instrument! We might even sing a few together
I am a jazz guitarist based out of beautiful Los Angeles, California. I received and Associate of Arts degree in Music in 2015, and have been pursuing a bachelors in Jazz Studies since then. While in community college I really grew into my own as a musician and discovered that I love jazz and th
Teaching since 2016
Teaches students 16 and up
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Wondering about Plato's forms? Have questions for Socrates? Thinking about Descartes? Getting political with Hobbes and Rousseau? Perplexed by Maimonides? Mystified by medieval religious mystics? I can help! If you are in or struggling with history, philosophy, political theory, or religious studies classes, I'm your guy. From close readings of texts to large analysis of movements and ideas, I can help you get a handle on those tricky thinkers of the past and their heady ideas.
I have a PhD from the University of Chicago and have taught philosophy and religious studies classes that span all of Western history at several universities, including small liberal arts colleges, secondary campuses to state schools, and the "Ivey Leagues." I have a passion for philosophy, religi
Speaks Spanish, English
Bachelor of Arts w/Concentration in Jazz Studies from University of Indianapolis
Teaches students 5 and up
This course is designed to introduce students to the techniques of sound production including basic recording, mixing and editing techniques.
Concepts to be covered include: DAWs, session procedures, sound waves, acoustics, signal flow, mixer operation, and effects processing.
I am a GRAMMY Nominated educator, trumpeter, guitarist, bassist, pianist, singer/songwriter, composer/arranger, drummer and recording artist. I graduated from University of Indianapolis with a Bachelor’s of Arts with a concentration in Jazz Studies and the University of Cincinnati College Conserva
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