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Elijah R

Elijah R

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Hello! I am a friendly musical person who loves teaching and sharing the gift of music. I've been teaching for over three years now and love to help others grow in their pursuits. I recently just graduated from San Jacinto college, where I've had many master passes with great musicians such as Joseph Schenck and Victor Wooten. I specialize in jazz, but can also teach classical, blues, rock, pop, and composition. I am also good at musical arrangements, transpositioning, and music theory.

Andrew D

Andrew D

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I began teaching 5 years ago while living in Austin, TX after the record deal that my project held fell apart. What may have started as an extra way to earn income quickly became a love and a passion. Playing music for people is an excellent way of sharing it, but teaching brings it to an entirely new level. There is nothing quite like seeing a musical newcomer unlock something within themselves that they may have not even realized was there. Over the course of my teaching career I have brought many new performers into the world of music. A couple of my former students have even begun to teach as well. Tempering good practice and learning habits with energetic fun can make for the perfect blend to crafting a new, or experienced, musical mind.

Raymiah J

Raymiah J

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As a strong believer of the KIPP mission and vision, I work hard to instill the truths spoken to me behind the process of getting to and through college, constantly reminded by the words of Marianne Williamson that “our greatest fear is not that we are inadequate, but that we are powerful beyond measure.” There are 2 things that I believe in regards to education: 1) All students can/will learn. 2) It is not whether or not you are smart, but rather HOW you are smart, citing Gardner's Theory of Intelligence.

Juan A

Juan A

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My way of working with a student is completely personalized. Each person is a unique and independent universe. After determining what motivates the student to learn an instrument and also knowing their profile and their relationship with music prior to this, I develop a daily, weekly and monthly plan with the same student, I establish the level of commitment that the student Is going to put in the training and project, along with him, some goal or objective attainable according to his commitment. Generally, by achieving goals, plans are reevaluated and new goals are established. Music transforms all boundaries and I believe winners!

Ryan R

Ryan R

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I am a father of two young daughters who share my passion for all types of music (so far). I've had many credits on several studio albums ranging from hip hop to country, and most genres in between. I believe that with discipline and perseverance, virtually anything is achievable. I am extremely motivated, very optimistic, and I absolutely love being in leadership roles. It is because of this affinity for leadership that teaching is something that I love to do. Aside from loving music, I'm also a decorated veteran of the United States Army.

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