Music Lessons Washington Heights , NY

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Heather B

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I am a flutist originating from New Jersey, but now living in Queens. I graduated with a Bachelors in Music Education and Performance from Manhattanville College and I am currently pursuing my Masters in Music with a concentration in Ethnomusicology from Hunter College. I can be found frequently performing on the flute and the alto saxophone in and around the New York City area. I have been fortunate enough to study with great teachers who have a gift for inspiration, and I have been actively trying to pass this passion on to the next generation of musicians. Because of this, I keepe a busy teaching schedule, accumulating students from New Jersey, New York, and Connecticut, traveling to my studio in Queens.

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Daniel J

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New York-based musician Daniel Jamieson grew up in Toronto, Canada. He currently works as a free-lance composer, conductor, woodwind specialist, and educator. Daniel's writing commissions span a variety of styles including jazz, pop, and musical theatre. He leads a 10 piece jazz ensemble, the “Daniel Jamieson Tentet” and his own big band, the “Danjam Orchestra.” Daniel’s acclaimed 2011 debut release, SUDDEN APPEARANCE, places him at the forefront of the current crop of young big band leaders. The project was produced by Jim McNeely and featured John Riley on drums. Since then, Dan has attained international recognition for his work as a composer, arranger and conductor. He has collaborated with Joe Lovano (Coltrane Ballads Project), Kurt Elling, Marcus Miller, Ingrid Jensen, Vince Mendoza, the Toronto Symphony Orchestra, the Savannah Philharmonic Orchestra, and the Metropole Orchestra. In 2009, Daniel received a Latin Grammy nomination for Bobby Sanabria's TITO PUENTE MASTERWORKS LIVE, which features Daniel on lead alto. Specializing in saxophones, clarinets, & flutes, Daniel has extensive pit-work experience including on-Broadway, off-Broadway and regional productions as a music director, orchestrator, and musician. Credits include: The Music Man, Chicago, How to Succeed in Business, Ragtime, Song Man Dance Man, Urinetown, & Scrooge in Concert.   Dan attended the Claude Watson Arts Program at Earl Haig Secondary School and participated in the Humber College Community Music School Program. Daniel holds a Bachelor of Music degree in Jazz Performance from the University of Toronto where he studied with Alex Dean & Tim Ries, as well as a Master of Music degree from the Manhattan School of Music where he studied with Dave Liebman & Jim McNeely.

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Tabitha G

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In 2007, I graduated from Baldwin-Wallace Conservatory with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Flute Performance and in 2011, I graduated from the Universtiy at Buffalo with a Master's in Music Education (NYS Certified Music Educator).  I am constantly looking for new inspirations to positively affect my flute playing, which is why I love to teach!  The experiences I've had with my students have helped me grow as a flautist and educator.  I've performed throughout Cleveland, OH and the Greater Buffalo Area and now, recently moved to NYC to continue my career.  Currently I can be found in New York City performing with the Brooklyn Symphony Orchestra and Utopia Opera Company (principal flute) as well as actively subbing with the Manhattan Symphonie Orchestra.

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Andrea R

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I have been teaching three kids and teenagers since my sophomore year of college. Ever since then, I have learned that I absolutely love teaching music! I have always liked working both kids and young adults around my age equally and I find it easy to be energetic and enthusiastic as a teacher with my students. Just this year in 2014, I graduated from Stony Brook University form the studio of Carol Wincenc with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Flute Performance. I have performed in many types of places, such as Carnegie Hall in 2011 with a wind ensemble and in Italy, in which I was part of an instrumental ensemble and the college choir. I have had various teachers and music directors in these settings whom I have learned so much from. I try to pass everything I have learned from them onto my students!

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Greg S

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After completing my bachelors degree in 1998 at UC San Diego, where I studied with ground-breaking improvisers George Lewis and Bertram Turetzky I moved to New York City and began teaching privately, as well as performing with a variety of groups, including: the Hungry March Band, the Zagnut Cirkus Orkestar, Ansambl Mastika, Raya Brass Band and Sherita. In 2010 I began working towards a graduate degree at Queens College under the classical saxophone virtuoso Paul Cohen. In addition to helping me improve my facility with the saxophone, Paul helped me develop a solid pedagogy for the instrument. At Queens I also devised a curriculum for the Queens College Balkan Music Ensemble, a group which I founded and directed for one semester before graduating in 2012.   Since completing my masters degree, I've continued teaching privately, and performing with my groups, Raya Brass Band and Sherita. I perform around 80 shows a year, both in the New York Area and touring nationally. Venues where I've peformed include: Lincoln Center Out of Doors, Kennedy Center Millenium Stage, Philadelphia Museum of Art, New York Gypsy Festival, Atrium at Lincoln Center, Golden Festival, Joe’s Pub, Le Poisson Rouge, and Webster Hall.    

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