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Instruments: Piano, Voice
...The ideal age range to start seriously studying voice is high school. So for high school students and up, I start with the fundamentals such as posture and breathing and go from there. ... Read More
Instruments: Piano, Saxophone, Flute, Clarinet
...I have over20 years of teaching experience, and over30 years experience in music theory and performance. Iamcurrently performing with a number of local ensembles, orchestras, and jazz bands on top of my private teaching. ... Read More
...Every student is different, therefore I adapt the student in function of his ability, knowledge, capacity and their own goal. ... Read More
Instruments: Piano, Voice, Cello, Bass Guitar, Keyboard
...If a student loves Disney songs, then you can bet that's going to be an assignment. In addition, if, for example, a vocal student loves to sing rock songs, then you can also assume that I will not be assigning a lot of operatic pieces.... Read More
Instruments: Piano, Saxophone, Clarinet
...It's a great pleasure to teach beginner students for over a year and help them develop those first fundamentals of music. I try to find a method book that suits their skill level and focus initially on learning simple songs suitable for performance, as well as some initial ear training and improvisation.... Read More
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