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Music Theory from Las Vegas High School
Teaching since 2000
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
If you are ready to start taking your music skills SERIOUSLY then stop wasting time and money on teachers who don't fully understand the instrument or subject matter themselves. My name is Russ and I have been playing guitar professionally for 20 years and teaching music and producing records for over 15. I have a Platinum #1 Billboard charting record under my belt, worked with artists such as Mac Miller, Sean Kingston, Red Velvet, Lifehouse and more; and have composed music to 100s of your favorite TV shows! Feel free to browse my official website for a full list of credits.
Want to learn to shred guitar? Produce beats? Write your own songs? Dive into theory? Record yourself? This page is the one stop shop. Feel free to reach out with any requests or questions!
Russell is an American Platinum-Selling record producer / songwriter / and guitarist based in Los Angeles, CA. With his first #1 Billboard record under his belt and previous clients such as Mac Miller, Sean Kingston, and Red Velvet, Russ has found endorsements and support from major music companies
Speaks German, French, Italian, Spanish
Teaches students 8 to 70
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I was a talent manager from 1999 to 2002 and worked for casting directors CSA’s on films such as “61” HBO directed by Billy Crystal and “Hardball” with Keanu Reeves and Diane Lane by Paramount Pictures and more. I have toured, booked my own tours and my audition screenings for talent. I also owned my own management company called Matrix Talent who worked on the films and more, Michigan State University and also my own booking agency On The Run Entertainment who worked with WGRD and promotional agencies for talent.
My name is Aziza P. and I am a classically trained mezzo-soprano singer from the Grand Rapids, Michigan area. I have been studying voice for over 20 years and I am your classic underdog who rose to the top by competing for grants in college for voice, performing in honors recitals, and touring the
Speaks Spanish, English
Teaches Middle School, High School, College
Awarded Krebbs World Music Scholarship from Florida State University
I have a BA in Hispanic Studies and am currently earning a Masters degree in Ethnomusicology from Florida State University. I am well-versed in the study of culture, and I am intimately familiar with foundational anthropological philosophies and ideologies. Ethnomusicology is a study that essentially combines music and anthropology, so this is my principle career focus. I will structure lessons around your goals and the ways in which you learn best. My lessons are meant to be interactive, engaging, and fun! If anthropology is not a subject you are fond of, I will work with you to make it interesting based on things you are passionate about. I hope to hear from you soon! :]
Hi, there! My name is Elisa and I can't wait to meet you! I've been teaching private lessons since 2012 and have loved helping my students learn and/or improve their flute playing and improve their general understanding of music. I also really love helping students learn to articulate their ideas on
Jazz Composition from Berklee College of Music
Teaches students 4 and up
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
With private teaching experience and a degree in Jazz Composition & Professional Music from Berklee College of Music, Granville adopts the teaching methods of the accomplished performers and educators who instructed him, such as the late Joe Morello(Dave Brubeck), Terri Lyne Carrington (Grammy Award winning artist), Dave DiCenso(Hiromi, Josh Groban) among others.
Granville's curriculum centers on the building blocks; great technique to empower flexibility in his students. He uses methods perfected by Alan Dawson (The Rudimental Ritual), Gary Chaffee (Odd Time Stickings), Sanford A. Moeller (The Moeller Technique), and other great teachers while employing methods he has found successful through his years of teaching.When necessary, music theory elements are employed to teach song form, dynamics and overall musicianship.
Granville is also a composer, producer and touring artist which will aid in creating focused progress if and when the decision to grow in a career direction is ...
I operate in the music arena as a touring musician; a Music Director for musicals, jazz ensembles and choirs; a composer & songwriter; a band teacher at my local elementary school, a private instructor and a producer with a degree in Jazz Composition and Professional Music from Berklee College of Mu
Awarded 2022 Calendar Entry from Indie Treasure
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Teaching since 2012
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Drawing is a fundamental art skill and is the building block for all art mediums. Anyone can draw, but it takes an artist to stick with it for the long haul. You can turn any line or shape into a drawing, but specific artist techniques, tips and tricks will take your artwork to the next level.
I've been an artist all my life and one of my favorite things to do is draw. I use both traditional materials like pencil, graphite, charcoal and more to create art on sketch or tracing paper, illustration board and more, but I also use Illustrator to create digital drawings. I've have drawn several logos and images on paper first, and then turned them into digital artwork for paying clients.
For the past 10 years, retired Graphic Designer and Production Artist Stacy Schilling has been teaching students privately and in group classes how to use the graphic design software programs Adobe Dreamweaver, Illustrator, InDesign and Photoshop, and programming languages HTML and CSS. More importa
Teaches students 6 to 70
Teaching since 2003
Reading Treble staff, chord shapes, improvisation, finger technique, tablature reading and composition.
Over the course of my musical career, I have had the opportunity to learn from many musicians. I am skilled at taking complicated ideas and conveying them in an easy to understand manner for my students. My passion is being able to share my knowledge and experiences with you so you will be able to
There was some confusion with the 'take lessons' website in that it scheduled my lesson for CST when both I and Ruben are in PST. I didn't spot it until 'day of' and Ruben was gracious and flexible in still being able to do the lesson at the later time. Not his fault and I appreciate his willingness to adjust his schedule once the issue was realized.
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