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Awarded Orbis Pictus Honor from National Council of Teachers of English
Teaches students 8 to 14
Teaching since 2001
When I was 9, I won a Mother's Day poem-writing contest. My first thought: "I can't believe no one else entered."
Several decades later, I *still* don't know if that's why I won, but now that I'm the published author of 80+ books for children, I do know this: writing creatively is an adventure.
It's also a must. If you are going to write at all, write with flair! (You would eat a bowl of ice cream as is, but if offered a topping, wouldn't you take it?) It makes the experience more delicious for the reader, but also for YOU, the writer. The entertainer!
This is not your typical writing session. High impact. Low stress. I make it fun and funny. My writing challenges are unlike any you've done. If you're an avid writer, this is for you. If you're a reluctant writer, same! I've worked with all kinds of kids.
Each session will involve lively discussion and mind-blowing tips...you won't want it to end. So let's get started!
When I was your age, my parents forced me to take judo. And guitar. And computing programming. And writing. But before I tried those activities, I did not know which I would like. I thought I would like guitar, but I didn't. I did not think I would like writing THAT much, but I did.
Speaks Spanish, English
Teaching since 2017
Teaches students 8 and up
When learning guitar with me I make sure the curriculum is custom fitted for you! All student's aren't the same, and it is important you find a teacher who teaches in a way that speaks clearly to you. Achieving your goals is my top priority, and making sure you have fun learning along the way is my passion!
I have been playing piano, guitar and ukulele since 2004. Since 2004 I've tutored others in music, including a high school piano class. Starting in 2017 I began teaching professionally. I evaluate how each student learns best. Set goals with them, and create a curriculum that is fun, exciting, an
Teaching since 2003
Awarded Magna cum laude from University of Redlands
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Michelle’s intention for each student is to support them to the best of her ability, in finding and cultivating their authentic singing voice, as well as their musical and performance abilities. She works with all ages and musical levels and can support the student in whatever musical style that interests them. In addition, Michelle has extensive experience working with individuals who may have fear or anxiety about singing, performing or auditioning. She is able to assist these students as they move past their fear and hesitation and truly claim their voice. They learn to cultivate and appreciate their own ability to express themselves in the world with confidence and ease. Michelle can assist with the selection of audition material as well as help those with an upcoming audition who already have material selected.
During lessons we may cover any of the following topics depending on the need and interest of the student: artistry, breath management, creative self-expression, diction,
I believe that everyone can sing, it is just a matter of learning how to use your own unique instrument. From a very young age, as a performer, I was sharing my love of the arts with others. I grew up with an immense appreciation for the self-expression and creativity that result from all forms of a
Speaks English, Music
Bachelor of Music from SUNY Purchase
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Music has many different elements that comprise it. These include but are not limited to: pitch, pulse, rhythm, melody, harmony, texture, arrangement, timbre/color, expressive qualities (dynamics and articulation), and form or structure. From these basic building blocks, all theoretical material that can be studied has come to be. This material when understood and employed can further your growth as a musician exponentially, and can assist you in writing music, sight-reading, as well as virtually any creative activity involving music.
I have spent half my life learning about the science and the math behind music (why music sounds the way it does, and how to write music to emulate thoughts, feelings, and intellectual ideas). THIS is music theory... to understand how music works on paper, and have the ability to integrate that knowledge into our own musical work. Theory can be applied in ones study of music, and in writing original compositions. It is incredibly useful in playing any ...
Hi, I'm Dr. Jonathan Saraga—professional musician and educator based out of New York City. My 30,000+ hours of experience within music is expressed through my 9 years of conservatory training, which includes Bachelor of Music, Master of Music and Doctor of Music degrees, and my work as a trumpe
Speaks English, Spanish
Teaching since 2004
Associates of Arts in Professional Music from Southwestern Community College School for Music Vocations
I have studied jazz voice mainly through college. I absolutely love jazz music and the emotional connection that singing brings it. This is my biggest passion in music.
Glynis has been reading music since before she knew how to read words. Her mother started teaching her piano lessons at age 3, and she started taking voice lessons at age 7. She learned from an early age to practice every day. She has taught all levels and ages of piano and voice for many years. Gly
Speaks English, English
Teaching since 2018
Teaches students 4 and up
I believe that learning an instrument is a journey, just think of me as a tour guide! I believe in learning at your own pace and learning the things you are most interested in. Every step is an achievement and I want to assist you in making steps that will take you in the direction you want to go.
Welcome everyone! I have a few beliefs: I believe that everyone should know how to play an instrument. Whether it is violin, ukulele, piano, their voice, whatever! Music is a part of what makes us human, and is important for personal development. I believe that no one is "too old" to star
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