Teaching music is my passion, and my lessons are ALWAYS upbeat and positive! Lessons are 100% tailored to you - YOUR goals, music background, and musical tastes. I have a Doctorate in Music Education, a Masters degree in Orchestral Conducting, and a decade of experience playing professionally for orchestras and teaching hundreds of students of all ages!
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Private 1 on 1 Guitar, Piano, and Clarinet Lessons to children age 5+ and Adults of any age. I work with a lot of children who have ADHD and Sensiey disorders. I’m very efficient at keeping little ones focused during their lessons and teach them in a way where they learn but have lots of fun. I have several agony students that have never played piano or another instrument before. They absolutely love lessons and are some of my favorites to teach! Several of my adults have early onset Alzheimer’s and arthritis. Piano genie improve memory function and build of muscle and flexibility in the hands and wrists. Music can help both children and adults with emotional release and helps with reading, writing, math, and spelling. There really is no downside to music so give it a try today! I teach in my studio and also travel to students home to teach. I hope to hear from you and to start you on this wonderful journey.
Guitar · Piano · Children's music
Learn how to compose music from a professional award-winning classical composer. In addition to composing, Chris also works with students on music theory and music technology - including notation programs, MIDI sequencing, DAW's, recording, and more. Online over Zoom, Chris lets students choose what kind of projects they would like work on, and then workshops those compositions with the student from their original idea to a completed work. He is flexible in his teaching and works with students who have a background in reading music as well as those who do not read notated music and want to learn how to compose music in a DAW like Garageband, Logic Pro, Cubase, or Ableton. Chris also has a rich background teaching Music Theory at both the high school and college levels. He has prepared over 50 students for the AP Music Theory exam as well as taught college courses in more advanced music theory.
Computer generated music · Music theory lessons · Music composition
I have been a professional guitarist, songwriter, and teacher for over 20 years. I am happy to work with students of all ages and I teach most styles of music. I work with each student to create lessons that follow their interests and help them play their best. I have a master's degree in music and I teach at University of the Arts. I teach in person at my home studio and sometimes travel to the student's home. I also teach by Zoom and Skype.
Music theory lessons · Jazz music · Guitar
Hymns and anointed worship songs are the key components of worshipping God with instruments. Learning to worship and glorify God can be fun and enjoyable, but it also involves hard-work and practice. Worshipping God with instruments isn't only about what you do when you are playing, but also what you do when you aren't.
Often considered to be the musical instrument most similar to the human voice, the cello offers students a challenge with rewards that will last a lifetime. Students of all ages and musical backgrounds will have the freedom to explore their own creative visions and musical interests while receiving a firm foundation in proper technique and repertoire. Schedule your first lesson today!
Music theory · Cello
Clarinet classes, music reading classes. I have more than 10 years of experience as a clarinet teacher with students from an early age and with no previous musical knowledge. I also give musical initiation classes to children from 4 years old, for them I like fun classes where they learn by playing, dancing and singing.
Children's music · Music theory lessons · Clarinet
Many of students that I teach contact me after frustrations that they encounter while trying to learn how to play songs on their own. My solution is to always rationalize and simplify difficult songs according to your current abilities. This practically means that almost in every case my students are able to play songs they like from the very beginning. Furthermore, my goal is to use every song as a template and practically teach you how to recognize certain repeating patterns underlying each of them. In simple words, instead of spending tons of money to learn every song from scratch, you will become equipped to recognize these patterns and learn similar songs on your own. Let’s make something clear – music is not so complex as it appears to be. Some concepts just take longer for you to fully comprehend them. The sooner you start recognizing and understanding the principles behind each of the songs you play, the faster you will develop. At the end, the goal of everyone is to enjoy and have fun, and your progress means more excitement for me!
Voice lessons are a necessary tool to be able to improve your skills. I am teaching these classes to help students advance in their vocal skills and training. In this lesson, you will learn proper techniques for the style you prefer, and how to use your instrument and not harm it. We will go over everything from good warm-ups, to training with specific songs.
Hello! I am a Baltimore-based violist studying at the Peabody Institute of Music. My primary goal in teaching viola is to help people make progress as efficiently as possible, with whatever intensity feels right for them. I encourage scales and a small technical regimen for sound production and conditioning, to go alongside practicing repertoire using a method that makes it simple to play cleanly and expressively. Understanding the logic great compositions are built with is essential for making that music truly come to life, so I am a big proponent of teaching music theory as a part of lessons. For beginning students, developing a good musical ear and enjoying exploring the possibilities of the viola always comes first.
Music composition · Music theory lessons · Viola
All of the students in Amy’s Piano Studio are trained using a multifaceted approach that includes the study of repertoire (classical, folk, jazz, and more), etudes, technical skills, ear training, sight-reading, theory, composition, music history and performance practices. All of these skills lead to the development of well-rounded, versatile musicians! Learning an instrument is beneficial for many reasons: aside from the obvious enjoyment one gets out of playing beautiful music, working at a skill week after week helps young people build confidence, increase memorization and focus, create and work toward goals, and become self-directed learners. These are not just skills that musicians need to have—these are useful skills for all areas of life!
Keyboard (music) · Piano · Children's music
Private cello lessons for beginner to advanced intermediate students, with solo and group performance opportunities available. Lessons may be offered in-person or via a virtual platform to accommodate remote learning. Teaching will focus on the Suzuki method but may also utilize Essential Elements. Lessons can also be tailored to the students' preferences and particular learning styles as well as focus on specific performance requirements for school or other outside orchestras or performance groups.
Music theory lessons
Trusted teacher: I specialize in teaching piano, both classical and jazz styles, also music theory and music accompaniment. I teach beginning piano as well as intermediate and advanced playing concepts. Students may also request to learn how to play in the style of their favorite artist, learn to become proficient enough for college entrance, recital performance, and can get help with music composition as well.
Music theory · Jazz music · Piano
Trusted teacher: This class is for students wanting to perfect different aspects of their film composition technique. I am a film composer working in Hollywood under the name of PHAR. On the tech side of thing : - Discuss your home studio equipment, your production (Logic, Cubase, Ableton or Pro Tools), your plugins, kontakt libraries, mockup creation, custom templates, live recording, mix, mastering, export STEMS etc. Composition : - Serving the picture, tempo maps, beat mapping, time signatures, attention to sound design and dialogues, harmony techniques, use of modes, orchestration, film music history, arrangement, use of instruments, electronic music, synthesisers (hardware & vst, modular) Live recording : - Relationships with filmmakers, demoing, MIDI clean-up to export to Sibelius or Finale, STEMS to Pro Tools for live prepping, role of the composer during recording session, conducting, mix and record hybrid pieces (combining live instruments and samples). Business - Importance of networking, giving your price, legal/tax, writer's share, film business, expansion advice, commercial techniques, communication, IMDb credits, website creation. Each class is designed for the student's needs.
Audio production · Music theory lessons · Music composition
Vlad attended Jacobs School of Music at Indiana University on a scholarship and graduated with a Performer Diploma in Violin Performance. He also holds a Master of Music degree from Glenn Korff School of Music where he studied on full graduate assistantship with prof. David Neely, a former student of esteemed Joseph Gingold. Vlad has over 15 years of experience playing in professional orchestras and chamber groups. His experience includes The Bolshoi Theatre, Moscow State Philharmonic, Lincoln Symphony, Owensboro Symphony, Austin Symphony, Houston Latin Philharmonic, San Luis Potosi Symphony in Mexico, Sioux city symphony, etc. During his studies, Vlad took various masterclasses with reputable soloists and chamber coaches. Vlad has experience teaching in public schools and preparing violin students for regional and state competitions and orchestra auditions where they receive awards and top chairs. He started violin lessons online as an alternative option for in-person lessons. And for those who cannot afford to take lessons due to far distance. His teaching method allows students to grow musically and technically and play with ease and inspiration. Thus, his approach differs on a student and is customized, depending on everyone’s level and preparation. Vlad focuses on posture and technique first, to ensure that the student plays freely and without tension, since its vital to build proper foundations and skills for further growth. Violin Lessons Online are taught via Skype, Zoom, or Facetime.
Learn sax, clarinet, or flute. Ben uses an individualized practice plan for every lesson that caters to the students’ needs. Lessons cater to the student's needs. The curriculum includes the following array of skills: Instrumental technique, improvisation, composition, and repertoire building of both jazz and classical pieces. Many of Ben’s students have gone on to study at music schools. Some have even become professional musicians! Currently, all lessons are taught on "Zoom."
Flute (recorder) · Clarinet · Saxophone
PIANO Accepting new students ages 3 - adult in studio or online! We use Alfred curriculum for all levels, supplementing with theory & music the student is interested in. Options to declare classical specialty, graded exam track, and/or recreational music during lessons. Lessons are student-interest and goal directed, meaning you direct your own lessons and what you want to learn in addition to curriculum.
Music composition · Music theory lessons · Piano
This class is geared towards students who already possess a fundamental understanding of music and wish to develop an understanding of jazz harmony, improvisation, theory as well as stride, solo comping and ensemble performance concepts. While the course offers instruction on the piano only, it can be tailored to be predominately theory based allowing for students of other instruments to apply. It should be noted that this course generally puts a strong emphasis on transcription and interpretation of those transcriptions, If you unfamiliar or uncomfortable with the process of transcription, do not hesitate to join. Part of this course is designed to help you develop the tools necessary to begin or improve on your transcribing abilities.
This class is all about perfecting your drumming techniques and chops to make you a stronger, faster, more creative and more confident drummer. I have been drumming for 15 years and I have played on drum lines (tenor drum) and in many types of bands including, Jazz, folk pop, rock, metal and progressive. I study drummers like Matt Garstka, Gavin Harrison, Thomas Pridgen, Matt Mcdonough, Danny Carey, Steve Judd and many others in that progressive vein, I will focus on practice techniques to build chops and well and techniques to separate limbs and master the polyrhythm. I believe my class will have useful and easy to understand information for drummers of all levels.
Drums · Sound (music) · Percussion
Marcos - New York, NY$81
Trusted teacher: I am a graduate of the Royal College of Music in London, where I lived since 2009. Individual lessons enables me to tailor and adapt my teaching to every pupil's needs; helping them to learn the repertoire or skills that each individual requires. I cover styles such as classical, contemporary, pop, jazz and film music. I have prepared and entered pupils entry exams/auditions of conservatoires and music colleges of Spain and Europe as well as for composition competitions as I have won more then 30 awards myself and have been adjudicator of some composition competitions. I was also a professor in the Music faculty at Madrid's 'University Centre TAI', the Trinity Music Academy in London and The Conservatoire of Barcelona I
Music theory lessons · Music composition
Learning to play a musical instrument is a very important skill that will give you or your child a greater understanding of the arts and appreciation for any kind of music. This course is designed to teach aspiring cellists to become musicians, straight from their home! Young or old, beginner or advanced, in search of a career or hobby, this is the perfect place for you!
Music theory · Keyboard (music) · Sound (music)
Alberto - New York, NY$30
Trusted teacher: Hello! My name is Alberto. I am a clarinet player who graduated from Codarts University of the Arts (Rotterdam). I am specialized in Classical Music, though I can teach also Jazz in a beginner to intermediate level. I have always had a deep interest in chamber music, teaching and improvisation and I would like to be able to show you this passion. The focus of my lessons is to show the possibilities of music, adapting to the student needs, going from clarinet technique to theory, other styles of music such us Klezmer, Jazz, basic piano, as well as learning how to play the bass clarinet. But the most important thing is to find a path for each student, so do not hesitate to contact me if you have any questions and feel free to share your thoughts, I can adapt to your personal goals!
Jazz music · Music theory · Clarinet
Trusted teacher: I am Spanish, I am 34 years old and I am a teacher of Music for children, I speak intermediate English and I am studying the German language. I offer my services to teach Guitar, singing, piano and Spanish classes. I could also be interested in working hours as a babysitter and music teacher. Playing to Learn !!
Piano · Guitar
Music theory lessons · Guitar · Violin
I specialize in online lessons using facetime, zoom or skype. I teach all ages in a fun and engaging way. All you need is a keyboard and a device with the internet. I began playing the piano at six. I have a passion for music and continued playing to play in the GMTA State Piano competition. After completing my degree at the University of Pennsylvania, I continued to play and teach. I have 10 years of teaching experience and love working with children. I use the Faber method for my beginning students. I enjoy working with children who are beginning to learn the piano. My students range from age 4 to adults. I like to make my lessons fun and engaging. I teach to share my passion for music. My students develop their ear, sight-reading, and comprehension. I work to create well-rounded students, sharpening their theory and expanding their musical skills. I live in Del Mar. *Teacher with the Royal Conservatory of Music *Multiple Subject California Teaching Credential
Sound (music) · Music theory · Keyboard (music)