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Instruments: Guitar, Bass Guitar, Ukulele
...Since my mid-twenties income has come exclusively through music; teaching students, performing as a guitarist (classical, jazz, and popular styles), enjoying occasional arranging, composing and other creative opportunities. ... Read More
Instruments: Guitar, Electric Guitar, Acoustic Guitar
...I can teach by ear or reading music. I try to keep it simple at first,and add harder lessons to the progress of the student and i try to learn from the student to because i'm still willing to grow . ... Read More
Instruments: Piano, Guitar, Saxophone, Flute, Recorder, Piccolo
...Lessons will include tone work, scales, technical exercises, etudes, and solo repertoire that are appropriate for the student's stage of development and area of interest. All instrumental students will also study body alignment, instrument position, and posture, and in addition to this, woodwind students will study the awareness of the breath and breathing techniques. ... Read More
Instruments: Piano, Guitar, Drums, Bass Guitar, Electric Guitar, Acoustic Guitar
...I started teaching when I first got my drivers license in order to maintain an income that was related to music. I quickly learned that I was quite decent at explaining concepts and connecting with students on different levels.... Read More
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