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Teaches students 5 and up
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Associate of Arts Degree from Mesabi Range Community College
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 Italian, English
Teaches Elementary, Middle School, High School, College
Bachelor of Arts in English from St. John's University
Having to sit down and write a paper (whether it be your college thesis or a five paragraph essay for an elementary level English course) can be an intimidating and stressful if not overwhelming experience.
That's where I come in...To help you with both the assignment you are currently working on as well your writing process in general. Working on strengthening how you write will make writing easier and easier each time you do it, until you don't need my help at all.
Many people are not aware of the universal strategies and tactics that can be used to improve their writing at every stage in the process. Whether it be brainstorming, outlining, drafting, writing, editing, etc, examining your writing process together will allow us to customize every session for your needs specifically.
Outside of helping to write papers I can assist with help in English grammar, Literature, Creative Writing, and many other related fields.
Bringing a wide range of experience in Writing, English, Communication, Language, and Business, I help to make lasting adjustments that improve writing, communication, and overall efficiency over the long term. My practice started out and continues to function as an academic tutoring practice for
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate
Teaches students 4 and up
Bachelor's of Music, cum laud from Vanderbilt University
Melissa A.Book Now
Whether you want to learn to fingerpick Blackbird by the Beatles or strum basic chords to play your favorite songs, in our lessons you will learn everything from the anatomy of the guitar, how to hold it, to tips and tricks to build up calluses. Learning guitar can be challenging because of the initial learning curve (it can really hurt your fingers!), but in your first lesson, you will be strumming chords, within a couple of weeks (or faster!) you will be ready to play four-chord songs.
Your lessons will be customized to whatever your goals are, whether that be singing while playing guitar, performing, or writing songs.
Hello! My name is Melissa, and above all, I want my students to love music. Whether you have been singing for years, or you are just trying it out, I will help customize your lessons so that you can learn exactly what it is you are interested in. My students will learn proper breathing, posture, vo
Speaks Spanish, English
Teaching since 2015
Associate in Science, Music Technology from Broward College
Want to be able to read music? Interested in being able to grab your flute and play your favorite songs? Want to impress your family and friends with some flashy classical pieces? Well look no further, I will help you build a solid foundation of music theory, sight-reading, ear training, and technique while tailoring to your personal needs and goals. All ages and genres are welcome, my only rule is to have fun, so lets get started.
I am a professional singer, pianist, songwriter, and recording artist. I graduated from Broward College with an Associates Degree in Music Technology and dual -majoring in Vocal Performance. My primary instruments are Voice and Piano, but I also play guitar and trumpet. All of my students can exp
Teaching since 2020
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Teaches students 18 to 65
My main priority is to help you discover your voice and treat it as an instrument. You will learn some basic concepts as projection, breath control, pitch, and pronunciation. Alongside singing, you will also learn some basic music theory concepts so that you can truly listen to music as far as how your voice can fit into any song.
With me as your teacher, you will be taking the steps necessary to become a skilled and versatile performer in any musical setting. Once you've excelled as a solo performer, you will also learn how to sing in two and three part harmonies, as well as fitting into an acapella style ensemble, if it is applicable to you and your goals as a musician.
To all potential students, I believe that my education in vocal technique and my 7+ years of performing either solo or with an ensemble can be an asset to you. I’ve had 3 years of formal vocal training from High School and College, have studied music theory as a music major in college, and am
Teaches students 5 to 70
Teaching since 2013
Awarded Performance Award from Naval Shipbuilding Support Office
If you want to get started with guitar, I'm the one you've been looking for. I'll get you started with basic theory, then I'll gradually move on to more advanced topics. I have a good background in this subject. I've actually taught this subject to a student who already had seven years experience; he didn't know how to put chords together in the right way. Guitar can be fun!
First off, I want to mention something that potential Philadelphian students should be aware of. I can only go to certain sections of the city, and I can only give you lessons on weekday afternoons between 12-2pm. Sorry, no evening classes. I'll need time to travel between New Jersey and Pennsylvani
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