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Teaches students Male: 12 and up; Female: 10 and up
Teaching since 1991
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate
Dawn H.Book Now
Learn how to make glass beads using traditional lampworking techniques. The beginner’s class will teach you how to use a torch to melt and shape soft glass around a mandrel, strike glass, anneal the beads in a kiln and clean the beads.
The intermediate class will teach you how to work with stringer, dot placement, encasement, and reduction.
I am an artist, teacher and lifelong learner. I love learning new techniques for my art and working with new art mediums. There are times when my experiments fail. But that's okay, because it's all part of learning. Once I've mastered something, I enjoy passing my knowledge on to others. I love
Speaks Canadian French, French - Canadian (Quebec) French, Australian English, American English, British English
Several Schools from Various
Awarded Songwriting Award from Beat100.com in the UK
Fingerstyle, Chords, Advanced Theory, Getting it Under Your Fingers Fast. Songwriting, and recording. I also teach Guitar Repair, Setup and Maintenance.
New 6 Month and One Year Courses Taught: 1. Radio Introduction Personality Broadcasting. 2. Guitar Studies Advanced 3. Music Industry 4. Advanced Composition 5. Sound Design 6. Abelton LIVE 7. Premix Setup and Post Production 8. PR and Promotions Business Background: I worked for Eddie Van Hale
Awarded Third Place, World Championship of Public Speaking - Regionals from Toastmasters International
BFA Theatre from University of Southern California
Teaches Elementary, Middle School, High School, College
Being effective as a communicator is more important than ever. Not just in delivering great talks, but in writing engaging and dynamic speeches so that you stand out magnificently. I can teach you how. Contact me today!
Mr. S is an accomplished public speaker (Third place in the Regionals for the 2006 Toastmasters World Championship of Public Speaking and over 40 wins in various speech contests). He is also an avid, and successful poker player. By profession, Mr. S is a distinguished corporate, communication an
Awarded 2nd Place Winner - Solo Division from 2014 Rondo Young Artists Competition NYC
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Teaching since 2015
Brooke E.Book Now
Hi, my name is Brooke! I graduated Summa Cum Laude from NYU with my degree in Violin Performance and recently graduated from Northwestern University's Bienen School of Music with my Masters in Violin Performance. I have been playing violin for 20 years, beginning with the Suzuki method at a young age. I have extensive experience performing solo repertoire, chamber music and orchestral pieces and have performed in venues such as Carnegie Hall and the Rudolfinum in Prague.
My teaching philosophy is aligned with the Suzuki method — I believe that every child can! I grew up with the Suzuki method and have received training as a registered member of the Suzuki Association. Every person can learn music and I would be honored to part of your musical journey. I have 5+ years of teaching experience and working with various ages. I am a firm believer in starting children at a young age with a strong emphasis on good set up, posture and technique. However, I teach classical music to various ...
Brooke began playing the violin at age three and studied at the Northern Virginia Suzuki Music School with teachers David Strom and Ronda Cole. Shortly after moving to New York, Brooke continued her studies with Juilliard instructor, Lucie Gelinas and enrolled in the Lawrence Eismen Center for Prepa
Speaks limited usage), Spanish (For singing, Italian (for singing)
Awarded Choir Regionals from National Association of Teachers of Singing (NATS)
Teaches students 7 and up
You want to learn or improve musically or artistically. You live near me or somewhere thousands of miles away. Online lessons can be surprisingly beneficial. I use novel methods for tracking progress, assigning lessons, sharing links, videos and more. In-home and in-studio are great fun and much is accomplished. Within the first few lessons, your piano playing, singing or calligraphy will improve dramatically. Every problem has a solution! I specialize in helping students who are stuck. With my great love for music and art and my love for my students, success is just around the corner.
Open up to your own unique voice. Play piano with energy and freedom. "With singing, your body is your instrument. Helping you become all you can be as a performer is my number one goal. Protecting your voice is a close second as we work to strengthen your vocal range and the quality of your sou
Speaks Italian, Spanish, French for musical purposes
Teaches students 5 and up
Awarded Winner NJ State M.E.C. Piano Competitions from Music Education Council, NJ
I help students prepare for any type of audition whether it is vocal/piano, classical piano or contest preliminary auditions.
I hold a Bachelor of Arts from Rutgers University with a minor in music and an emphasis on music theory. I have studied classical piano extensively for over 20 years and jazz piano for over 10 years. I studied jazz improvisation with world-famous jazz guitarist, Ted Dunbar, Rutgers University Mason
My child had one previous lesson with Paul. It is true that she was not following his directions and his frustration was quite obvious.
On my second visit I was appalled by Paul’s behavior. Again my child wouldn’t sit down on the bench correctly. Verbatim this what occurred next, I quote: “This is not going to work out. Get out of my house NOW, NOW!(Screaming, like I was going to prolong this). I have better things to do than waste my time with your daughter. I don’t want to take your money.
It is true that my daughter can be difficult when approached in an authoritarian manner. However, my daughter is not yet six and Paul brought my daughter to tears. Surely this behavior was at best inappropriate and says more about the person Paul is than about my daughter. A simple “ May I have word with you in private” would be a mature way to part company. Not throwing a 6 year out of your house because you are frustrated. I was horribly offended by his manner and attitude. No way to treat a 6 year old.
This man has no patience with young kids. I would stay away from this teacher unless your child has some experience with piano. Definitely not child friendly.
Normally I do not post reviews unless something extraordinary happens This is one of those: extraordinarily bad.
An apology is in order if this poor excuse for a “teacher” has any understanding of the unnecessary hurt he has caused.
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