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Speaks German, English
Bachelor's Degree from Curtis Institute of Music
Awarded 1st place winner from Irving Klein International String Competition
Every student is unique, so I will tailor the lessons to you and make it fun! I'm passing on to you the training I received from the very best master teachers of the violin. Stringed instruments are challenging, but I believe in enjoying making music at every level, while establishing a strong foundation in good technique. For learning fundamentals of music theory and ear training, we will play various rhythm and improvisational games. I have extensive background in European classical music, and I've also done quite a bit of improvisation, some fiddling, and electric violin and viola. Whether you want to be the next Joshua Bell or the next Lindsey Stirling, I can help you improve your playing. I will help you sing, dance and tell a story through your violin or viola.
Born into a musical family in 1966, I have extensive performance experience as a classical violinist and violist, and I've been composing my own music since 2000. I am very grateful to have studied with some of the finest teachers of violin, viola and chamber music, and I graduated in 1990 from the
Teaching since 2011
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Teaches students 5 and up
I have been teaching for about 8 years with students ranging from beginner to advanced. All ages are welcome! I also welcome all different styles of music from rock, to jazz, and even classical. Each lesson is catered specifically to the student. I want each student to be able to reach their own specific goals, while having the time of their life!
Drummer Sean C., 31, started playing at age 7 when he began studying with Mark Foster, a local free-lance percussionist in the Denver area. After high school he enrolled at the Colburn Conservatory in LA, where he studied with Jack van Geem, former Principal Percussionist of the San Francisco Sympho
Sean really knows percussion. I've witnessed this both during lessons and when my family watched him perform with the Lone Tree Symphony. Sean is wonderful with kids. Although my son has attention issues, Sean is extremely patient, and he is able to efficiently redirect and focus my son. With Sean, music lessons are enjoyable. He has taken the time to get to know my son and how my son learns. I feel like the lessons are tailored extremely well for my child's abilities. Best of all, Sean is just a wonderful person. He's easy to talk to and has a great sense of humor. My son looks forward to his lessons with Sean each week. You won't find a better percussion instructor!
Awarded 2022 Calendar Entry from Indie Treasure
Teaches students Male: 5 to 30; Female: 5 and up
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
Speaks Russian, Spanish
Language and Literature from Baptist University of the Americas
Teaches Elementary, Middle School, High School, College
I love teaching, and I love Math. I've been preparing students to succeed in the GRE (Quantitative and Verbal) for the past 10 years and my students score between 280 and 320. I use the student's book or my own materials. I love working with students of all ages and experience levels and I can't wait to meet you!
I love teaching, I can teach you at where you at and take you where you need to be. I only need a student with the desire to learn and to practice. I like to help students realize they have the intelligence and ability to solve the problems on their own, they just need the right direction. Nothin
Speaks I speak English.
Bachelors of Music Education, all level certified from Texas Tech University
Awarded Best Pledge Mu Phi Epsilon from Texas Tech University, School of Music, Fraternities
I can teach basic music theory, scales, chords, note names, values. I've been teaching music for 30 years plus
Elem Music Teacher with a BA from Texas Tech. I have taught piano lessons since 1991. I have had personal piano studios in every town I have been in. I taught for 12 years in Whitney Texas as I taught at Whitney Elem. I taught 5 more years out in Round Rock Texas, through Musika. and other pla
Speaks German, English, Italian
Teaching since 2006
Awarded Department Performance Award from William Paterson University
Learn the basics of bel canto technique or improve upon your foundation through vocalizes, various technical exercises and building your repertoire. With this foundation, you can learn to sing musical theatre in a healthy way for longevity and optimal success. Whatever your singing goals are, together we can accomplish them and give you the tools to succeed!
***BB Studio is extending its online lesson hours to meet you where you are! Starting a new musical hobby and practicing wellness or receiving life or organization coaching is a great way to combat boredom, regain control of your life and stimulate the brain!*** Hello, my name is Brenda! It is ni
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