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Matthew G offers piano lessons in Fontana, CA

Matthew G

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...For percussion, I have performed with many star attractions like Aretha Franklin, Tony Bennett, Frank Sinatra, Jr. and Joni Mitchell, to name a few. ... Read More

Taylor M offers piano lessons in Fontana, CA

Taylor M

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...My teaching style differs from student to student. With the younger students, it's all about fun. The goal is to make playing music less of a chore, and instead, have it be something they enjoy just as much as playing video games or soccer. ... Read More

Michael R offers piano lessons in Fontana, CA

Michael R

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...Music theory, composition, history, industry; you name it! I've got you covered. My students have made the California All-State honor and jazz bands and some have even gone on to pursue careers as professional musicians. ... Read More

Zacharie A offers piano lessons in Fontana, CA

Zacharie A

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...For beginners, I like to use affordable books such as "Standard of Excellence" or "Essential Elements." For intermediate and advanced students, I will present materials based off of the student's interests.... Read More

Jeffrey S offers piano lessons in Fontana, CA

Jeffrey S

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...I provide in-depth guidance in style, interpretation, harmony, and performance. I create my own lesson plans which are tailored to the students abilities and taste in music.... Read More

Oanh L offers piano lessons in Fontana, CA

Oanh L

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...I'm an passionate and enthusiastic music teacher. Music is the passion of my life, and I always want to share it with young children. Currently, I'm pursuing a AA degree in Piano Performance at El Camino College.... Read More

Yu H offers piano lessons in Fontana, CA

Yu H

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...My knowledge of music is extensive and I am a skilled teacher who brings concepts to life in creative ways. My student teaching supervisor and professor both commended me on my ability to pass my genuine enthusiasm for the subject matter onto the children.... Read More

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...opera!   The Singers   Imagine walking home after community or high school choir rehearsal and someone exclaiming to you, “Wow! What a beautiful coloratura voice!” You would probably be confused.   Most of us don’t go beyond the typical bass, tenor, alto, and soprano choral designations, but in opera, there are terms that describe fullness of voice as well as the range. Here is your guide to opera voice types, from the light and athletic “coloratura” soprano voice to the thunderous “basso profundo.”     Female Opera Voice Types   The Soprano Just in case the opera voice types weren’t challenging... Read More

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...and warmer vocal quality suited to lyrical roles, while dramatic profundo basses will sing in a more “thunderous” manner. An example of a lyric basso profundo role would be Rocco from Beethoven’s Fidelio. Duke Bluebeard from Bartok’s Bluebeard’s Castle and Mephistopheles from Gounod’s Faust would demonstrate true dramatic tendencies, and Wagner also wrote significant Basso Profundo roles into his Ring Cycle.   Are you interested in finding out what your true voice type is? Sign up for a risk free trial lesson with one of the professional teachers in our network. If you would like to learn about the history and structure ... Read More

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...next two notes, the next takes the next two, and so on until they get to the end of the piece. Is this solo playing? Yes. But it is solo practice in the comfortable setting of keeping on your toes and keeping the game going. Are the parents watching, like an audience? Sure. But why worry about it? Having Mom and Dad positively supporting you is always welcome. When the child is involved in music making, he is developing a terrific level of concentration and confidence in his skills.   Suzuki Group Concerts Now, lessons and group class are great ‘starter’ places to begin ... Read More

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... When starting out, most drummers (and parents) don’t know what is included in the setup of the five piece drum set. The most common configuration for a drum kit used in rock and pop music is the five-piece drum set, the number five referring to the number of drums in the kit (snare drum, bass drum, two high toms, and a floor tom). Along with the five drums, there are usually two cymbals and a hi-hat stand. There are many different set-ups for drum kits, but the standard is the five-piece. In addition to the five piece drum kit, most drummers require other drum and percussion accessories. The drum that is most used is the snare drum. It is the most prominent and ... Read More
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