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Isaac W

Isaac W

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Winland has performed with the top ensembles at Marshall University and the University of Akron. Outside of school, he has performed in the River Cities Jazz Ensemble, Tommy Money Big Band,  Huntington Outdoor Theater, Big Planet Soul, and with many other groups and ensembles.  He also teaches private trumpet and piano lessons.Currently Isaac is working with several groups in northern Ohio.

Jeff P

Jeff P

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I want my students to really learn to play the music they love. I want them to be able to play for someone or an audience. I've regularly taken my students to open mics and performance locations and have them get up in front of an audience and play along with me. I've taught students of all ages and have had many who started in their 50's and 60's and learned to play at an excellent level. I've also taught many young students one od which has won 2 Grammy's and who I perform with from time to time. I always try to find what each students wants from their music experience and work toward that goal keeping it fun and exciting.  

Andrew Z

Andrew Z

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I teach the fundamentals of an instrument at all times while guiding the student down the musical path they choose.

Andy P

Andy P

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Guitar, bass and ukelele instructor skilled in many genres of music, including, but not limited to, jazz, blues, rock and classical music.  I have over twenty-five years of experience reading and performing music.  This has allowed me to become an accomplished instructor of all ages and skill levels. My career has spanned all over the world including Thailand, New Zealand and most recently, the United States.    

John T

John T

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I am a professional musican that been playing music since I was a child in which I enjoyed sharing my experience teaching my friends so we could play together in bands. In junior high school I started playing in the school concert band until I finished high school. From their in my college career in Atlanta Georgia, I performed in many jazz concerts over the years. While I was in college I gave private guitar lessons on the side for extra credit to apply to my school credits

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