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Speaks English, Chinese
Vocal Pedagogy from New York Vocal Coaching
Teaching since 2019
Singing is a SKILL that can be learned. Come learn with me!
Contrary to the popular belief that singing is an innate talent whether you are born with or you are not, singing is a skill that could be learned just like driving. The mechanism of voice production could be separated into chunks and trained accordingly.
I am classically trained vocally, with an intensive vocal pedagogy training certificate that requires more than twenty hours of vocal teaching analysis/observation and more than thirty hours of voice teaching in-depth training at New York Vocal Coaching with its founder Justin Stoney. Yes, I am a voice technician that knows how the voice works and ready to help you hone your own voice!
With me you can learn about:
* Singing in tune with correct pitch
* Singing in chest, chest dominant mix, head dominant mix, and head voice
* Singing without voice breaks between your different modes of vocal mechanisms
Let me help your soul flow with music! As a classically-trained singer, a piano player, a ukulele player and a native Chinese speaker, who also used to work as an engineer in the IT industry and did psychology research, my own life has been blessed with colorful and diverse experiences, and as a res
Teaches students 5 to 10
Teaching since 2017
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Experienced teacher of 4 years in on-line lessons for children in kindergarten through grade 5. Specializing in reading and math for primary school studentts. I use on line programs including IXL, GetEpic and FlyLeafPublishing. Friendly teacher known for having patience with early learners!
Four years ago I was invited to teach English on line to children in China! The company provided many workshops and training for on-line teachers and I was delighted to become a part of this organization. I taught 15-20 classes per week and enjoyed it thoroughly with great feedback from parents a
Teaching since 2017
Awarded STS Orchestral Excerpts Competition Semifinalist from Southeast Trombone Symposium
Trombone Perfomance from Indiana University Jacobs School of Music
Through my years of studying the trombone, I have learned from many of the greatest pedagogues in the world about how to cater to each student's individual needs. These teachers include members of the Chicago, Metropolitan Opera, Cleveland, Cincinnati, and Lyric Opera symphony orchestras. Using this diverse and insightful wisdom, I have learned that every student has strengths and weaknesses, and I intend to help you gain your confidence through your strengths while also improving upon your weaknesses as a player. The trombone is an exciting and beautiful instrument, and I hope lessons with me will inspire you on your musical journey as well as your own personal journey of hard work and dedication in any facet of your life.
I am a Junior Tenor Trombone Performance Major at Indiana University Jacobs School of Music. I also play bass trombone, alto trombone, euphonium, and bass trumpet extensively. While at IU, I have performed as Principal Trombone in multiple orchestras and wind ensembles, including operatic production
I highly recommend Erich as a fun, patient, and wise teacher.
Teaching since 2014
Teaches Elementary, Middle School, High School
Bachelor of Music in Clarinet Performance from University of Puget Sound
I am a math instructor, teaching small classes as well as individual lessons. I received a Bachelor of Science in Mathematics at the University of Puget Sound in 2016 and am open to all ages and all levels. I would cater lessons to the student's specific goals and strive to help them better understand difficult concepts as well as build a solid foundation for higher level math
I am a performer, teacher, and student. While working towards a Masters in Performance with the Los Angeles Philharmonic's Burt Hara at Cal State Fullerton, I have subbed with local orchestras as well as participated in recording projects in Orange County. At the University, I performed with the win
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Teaching since 2012
Teaches students 7 and up
As a teacher, I enjoy cultivating joy and curiosity through cello and believe in creating a warm, open environment for students to develop into inquisitive lifelong learners! While I work with students individually to come up with their own goals, some of the core objectives I have for my students is to develop solid technique and tone quality as well as expression and satisfaction through creating music. I use a variety of tools for learning from standard technique books and classical repertoire to fiddle tunes and rote learning. I believe every child and adult is musical and am excited to explore the cello with you!
I've worked in various settings with students of all ages, from beginning elementary school cellists to high school students preparing for college auditions to adults seeking to learn a new instrument. As a performing cellist, I was a member of the Danbury Symphony Orchestra for several seasons and
Aerospace Engineering from UCLA
Awarded Bank of America Mathematics Achievement Award from Bank of America
Master in all calculus concepts. Can identify student shortfalls and address them through the subject fundamentals approach and by tying in real world applications for easier grasp of material.
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
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