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I love helping flutists of all levels set and achieve their goals. My teaching is focused on building a strong foundation of fundamental skills, getting curious about music and flute playing, and learning how we can tell our stories through music. A bit about me: Hailed by Gramophone as a “sensitive and virtuoso performer,” flutist Kaleb delights audiences with his commanding presence, brilliant technique, and thoughtful interpretations. Is an active solo and orchestral musician, and has performed with the Colorado Symphony Orchestra, the Grand Junction Symphony Orchestra, and the Grammy Award winning Albany Symphony Orchestra. He appeared as a soloist and as the conductor of the Colorado Flute Orchestra at the 2017 National Flute Association convention. Awards and honors are First Prize at the Bruce Ekstrand Memorial Competition, The MPIMC Prize at the Marina Piccinini International Masterclass, Winner of the Tuesday Musical Association’s Competition, and Winner of the Baldwin Wallace Concerto Competition. He has appeared as a concerto soloist with the Baldwin Wallace Symphony Orchestra, under the direction of Dwight Oltman and twice with the University of Colorado Early Music ensemble, working with Music Directors Zachary Carrettin and Robert Hill. As a teacher and clinician, has been on the faculty of the Baldwin Wallace Community Music School and The Joyful Noise Neighborhood Music School. Received his Bachelor’s degree from the Baldwin Wallace Conservatory of Music, a Master of Music and a Doctor of Musical Arts from the University of Colorado Boulder, where he was a graduate Teaching Assistant, member of the graduate woodwind quintet, and lead TA for the College of Music. His principal teachers include George Pope, Christina Jennings, Damian Bursill-Hall and Andrei Pidkivka. His other significant influences have been Brook Ferguson and Amy Porter. Debut album, Grieg: Violin Sonatas for Flute, with pianist Nathália Kato, is available from MSR Classics.
Transverse flute · Music theory · Flute (recorder)
Hi there, I am Sendi, professional violinist based in the U.S. I am offering violin lessons for beginners and professionals. I have 6+ years of experience as a teacher. I am highly skilled violinist who has performing experience as a soloist, chamber, and orchestra player. I have been working as a concertmaster and a leader of different orchestras under a baton of great conductors such as Gianandrea Noseda, Jukka-Pekka Sarasate, Claudio Vandelli, Lahav Shani, and many more. I have an experience in orchestra auditions and I can help you to learn any orchestra excerpts. I love ensemble playing and solo performances and I have great experience in both. I have performed as a soloist in Carnegie Hall (New York), Opera America (New York), Baruch Performing Art Center (New York), Kimmel Center for Performing Arts (Philadelphia), Rock Hall (Philadelphia), National Opera and Ballet Theater (Georgia) and many more. I have given 10 solo recitals and can help you to prepare a program and present to the audience the strongest aspects of your violin playing. As an orchestra player I have been working with Philadelphia Virtuoso Symphony Orchestra (2022), Temple Composers Symphony Orchestra (2021-2022), Pan Caucasian Youth Symphony Orchestra (2019), International Youth Orchestra-Academy in Bayreuth (2015-2018), and many more. I am the winner of many national and international competitions and can easily help you to get your goal! I can and would be glad to help you to succeed in your career or just learn to play for fun! I believe any person can make a dream come true and I'd be more than happy to help you! Don't hesitate and contact me anytime with any questions! Best of luck!
Music theory · Violin
Group and Private Snare Drum/Drum Set Lessons. I draw upon my decades of professional international performance and recording experience with Grammy Award winning artists, Rock and Roll Hall of Fame groups, NYC Broadway subbing and acclaimed artists in nearly every genre of contemporary music to provide structured drum lessons which will enable any committed student to rapidly improve their drumming skills. LESSON GOALS AND METHODS Lesson Goals develop and improve drum set and snare drum techniques develop and improve drum set coordination and independence improve rhythmic reading skills, sight reading and drum chart reading improve drum chart interpretation skills in various genres and formats explore and develop playing skills in various genres of contemporary music through progressive exercises and examples provide listening and analysis examples of influential drummers and drumming styles improve time awareness and time keeping develop personal drumming creativity Drum Methods in depth study of the practicing of Gary Chester “The New Breed” as taught by Gary Chester selected studies in the Dawson Method (Ted Reed “Syncopation”) studies in Stone/Morello/Gladstone “Free Stroke” studies in Moeller Technique studies in rudimental drumming: Charles Wilcoxon Classical Snare drumming studies: Whaley/Cirone/Peters/Delecluse Rock Drumming styles and performance Jazz Drumming studies and performance Afro-Cuban and Brazilian Drumming styles and performance Funk/Motown/R&B Drumming studies in Gary Chaffee “Time Functioning” Drum-Play-A-Long Studies in various styles I am current member of the Percussive Arts Society international Education Committee. I have been teaching drumming to interested students all of ages and abilities for over thirty years; from beginner drummers, high school, college students and adult beginners to working professional drummers who seek to improve on their skill sets. I am currently an adjunct professor at Drew University, County College of Morris and Passaic County Community.
Drums · Jazz music
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Piano for everyone! A cool skill for a lifetime. :) (New York)
I started to play the piano again after 15 years. I enjoyed the class with Kristine a lot. She is very kind, patient and funny person. It feels like she is adopting her teaching style to the respective student. I am confident to get up to speed on the piano quickly with her help.
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