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Featured Bass Teachers Near Utica, MI

Here are just a few of the many teachers offering Bass lessons in Utica . Whether you are looking for beginner guitar lessons for your kids, or are an adult wanting to improve your skills, the instructors in our network are ready to help you now!

Scott B offers Bass lessons in   Utica, MI

Scott B

Instruments: Piano Guitar Voice Bass Guitar Keyboard Electric Guitar Acoustic Guitar

I love seeing my students gain passion and find success when they learn a riff or a chord, because I know how I felt when I did it. It inspires you to learn more. I like to use the method of telling them something they did fantastic, something they could work on and end on something they really did awesome on. I want to know what inspires the student and what they want to play. Read More

Evan H offers Bass lessons in   Utica, MI

Evan H

Instruments: Piano Guitar Bass Guitar Synthesizer Keyboard Electric Guitar

Hello! While playing music is one of my favorite thing in the world, it doesn't seem to compare to teaching others how to make music. I'm a University of Michigan student who loves producing and jamming out. I started my musical career at age 10 with the cello, but pretty quickly changed to the piano. My formal education is lacking, but I've spent the last 12 years learning theory and performance through books, articles, and lots and lots of trial and error. Read More

Michael H offers Bass lessons in   Utica, MI

Michael H

Instruments: Piano Guitar Bass Guitar Organ Synthesizer

I have a degree from Wayne State University where I studied Jazz Guitar and Music technology.  I've played in bands ranging from Big Band Swing to Country to Punk Rock playing guitar, bass and piano/keyboards.  My studio is equipped with two amplifiers and the ability to record the student for playback. This provides a chance to hear oneself. In addition to this I have a library of sheet music including instructional books. Read More

Timothy M offers Bass lessons in   Utica, MI

Timothy M

Instruments: Piano Guitar Voice Trumpet Trombone Drums Bass Guitar Organ Synthesizer Double Bass Euphonium Tuba Orchestral Percussion Keyboard Electric Guitar Classical Guitar Acoustic Guitar

I like to give fun, free feeling lessons. While I go into each lesson with a goal in mind, I enjoy going on brief tangents for life lessons, performance tips, or applicable and funny stories. I am known to be very animated and energetic as a teacher and I have learned that students feed off of this energy, allow us to be more productive which results in outcomes that are significantly greater. I like to focus on fundamentals and excellent musical character before working into repertoire and I have had a great deal of success with my students, having used this approach. Read More

Andrew P offers Bass lessons in   Utica, MI

Andrew P

Instruments: Bass Guitar Double Bass French Horn

I have performed all over the globe for communities from San Francisco to New York to Ykaterinburg, Russia. My main instruments are bass, electric bass and French horn and have a background in all forms of improvised music as well as classical and orchestral repoertoire. My experience in the Air Force Band from 2006-2014 reinforced the skills necessary for professional musicianship that I cultivated at several fine music schools. Some famous venues I've played include Avery Fischer Hall, NY, and Shoreline Amphitheater, CA. Read More

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Joel R

Instruments: Voice Bass Guitar Double Bass

What advice do you have about practicing effectively?
Practice where you have privacy, sometimes you have to belt the note to get it and knowing your sister is in the next room sometimes makes us want to hold back. Don't be afraid to try something new and just go for it. If it doesn't come out right then that is new material for our next lesson. Don't be afraid of the mirror. Use it to watch your body react to the things we talk about in lessons. And practice your breathing. I want you to breathe from your diaphragm so often that it becomes the only way you breathe.

Did you have a teacher that inspired you to go into music? How did they inspire you?
I have had the amazing opportunity to work with many incredible teachers. My vocal coaches Frank Pitts, Bruce Bennett, and Sandra Dudley have all become great friends of mine. They have never stopped pushing and believing in me even when I didn't. And now I am an international selling recording artist. Also my earlier teachers like Mr. Alan MacNair pushed me to get here. He was the first person to be honest with me about the work that was to come as I began music school. I would not be here if it wasn't for the many (too many to list) teachers who have inspired me.

Why did you choose your primary instrument?
I didn't it chose me. Isn't that so cheesy to say. I started as a bass player, I always sang as well but I chose bass. I took lessons and had success in orchestras and bands as a bass player. But my desire for music was never enough so that lead to guitar and piano which lead me to harmonica and accordion and bagpipes and banjo. I kept picking up instruments and the one constant was that I was singing. Singing just made sense to me and I could be fully responsible for my instrument. So I became a singer and a teacher.

What do you think is the hardest thing to master on your instrument?
The simple most difficult thing to master when it comes to voice, especially in commercial styles is that what you hear is not what you get. What I mean by that is that the sound of resonance in your head is not the same as the sound coming out of your mouth. The task at hand then becomes mastering the feeling, singing by feel and muscle memory, knowing the right placements and vowels. That, I believe, is the hardest part of mastering voice. If not the hardest it sure doesn't make a whole lot of sense.

If you have a Music Degree, what is it in (Performance, Education, Musicology, Theory, Composition, etc) and why did you choose that degree?
I have a Bachelors of Music Degree from Belmont University. I majored in Vocal Preformance with an emphasis in history and pedagogy. So what that means is I have a degree in pop styles of singing. Commercial music would be pop, rock, country, folk, jazz, r&b, rap/hip-hop, modern musical theater and anything you hear on the radio. The history part means I am a music nerd and find it interesting to know useless fun facts about singers. The Pedagogy part means that I studied to learn how the voice works on a physical level and the theoretical side of how to control it.

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