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Teaches students 8 and up
Teaching since 2021
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate
Steven C.Book Now
I am able to teach beginner guitar or bass lessons and beginner music theory along with the guitar or bass lessons. If you choose an hour lesson, the first half an hour will be on playing the guitar or bass and the second half an hour will be on music theory. You will have to schedule time on your own to practice and I will have an email address for you to contact me if you need to or send me paper work because the lessons are online.
My name is Steve and I have been playing guitar since 2013. I teach the basics. I have taught ages 8- 45 from the very beginning to the intermediate stage. I started off with drums in 2005 and moved to bass guitar and then started playing guitar. I started playing in bands as a bassist and took a
Speaks English, Russian
Teaches students 5 and up
Master Degree from Saint Petersburg Conecervatory, Russia
I have St.Petersburg Conservatory Master of Music (Diploma with Honor) My teaching experience began after Conservatory. I teach piano at the Music School for gifted children. I teach harp at Hight special music school of the St.Petersburg Conservatory. During 20 years I teach piano and harp at my home studio. My mission is to nurture creativity, perseverance, focus, musicianship and the limitless potential of every student. I 'm looking piano and harp student of all ages.
I am a very experienced harpist, holding over 20 years of experience. I have performed in over 4,000 concerts and have had the privilege of performing as the Principal Harpist at St. Petersburg Opera Theatre and Mariinsky Theatre in Russia. I also hold a Master’s degree in Harp from the St. Peters
Awarded Army Achievement Medal from U.S. Army
Master of Music in Instrumental Pedagogy, Bassoon from Belmont University
Teaches students 8 to 80
Lee is an accomplished bassoonist who specializes in working with new and developing bassoon players. Lee can direct students to the best bassoon reeds and accessories, as well as advice on preparing auditions for all-state.
Lee uses the New Weissenborn Method book and offers a comprehensive digitized library of solo pieces, standard bassoon literature and orchestral excerpts.
Lee received a Master of Music degree in Bassoon Pedagogy (Belmont University) and graduated from Loyola University New Orleans (Bachelor of Music Education), where she performed as principal bassoonist for both orchestras.
Lee also graduated from the U.S. Armed Forces School of Music and served as a Bassoon Player in the U.S. Army with the 1st Cavalry Division Band. She currently performs with several orchestras and bands in the greater Los Angeles area.
Minimum age: 8 for ukulele 10 for guitar/bass guitar 12 for bassoon Lee Q. has a master's degree and comprehensive experience in music instruction and performance, including solo performance, orchestra, concert band, folk/bluegrass orchestra, chamber ensembles, rock/blues/folk and cover ban
Teaches students 5 to 70
Teaching since 2007
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Matthew A.Book Now
Do you what to play piano by Ear? With my method you will be able to play piano in no time. Learn scales, chords, music theory, for beginners, Intermediate and advance students.
I am a pianist, song writing, and composers. I grew up playing music as a child in church. I was apart of jazz band in College, where I learned to foundations of music theory. I enjoy teaching each of my students, and I will make sure each students learns the foundation of music. I teach all genres
Associate of Arts Degree from Mesabi Range Community College
Teaching since 2006
Teaches students 5 and up
Gordon L. began playing music at a very early age but didn't begin to learn the saxophone until he was in fifth grade. Gordon's interest in music grew when he began to work sound systems for bluegrass bands and eventually he started to experiment more with music. Soon after he would pick up gu
Speaks English, Spanish
Associate´s Degree Guitar Performance from Musicians Institute
Teaching since 2005
Graduated from several renowned music schools in the world.
Berklee College of music affiliated (Fermatta)
15 Years teaching professionally makes me charismatic, nice, patient and cheerful, I can teach any age. Singing, Guitar and Piano. Also, years as a working musician in the music industry allows me to teach you what you need to succeed in the music industry, or maybe you just want to learn a few song
He’s very informative, explaining the why and the how, and doing so in a way that’s easy to understand. It’s helping me establish the foundations of musicality while working on the physicality of developing my muscles, mind and body, to be successful with this new skill.
Aside from the art/skill of singing, Rene has been patient and flexible with my nomadic lifestyle, which can be susceptible to weather, connectivity, and a myriad of other disruptions. I don’t wish him another student in my circumstances, but he’s been willing to work with mine!
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