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Benjamin M offers violin lessons in Rochester, NY

Benjamin M


...At that point I also had a small private studio. In college I gained lots of valuable experience teaching in classrooms of all sizes, skill levels and socio-economic statuses, while continuing to maintain a private studio. ... Read More

Phil H offers violin lessons in Rochester, NY

Phil H


...Although I am pleased at a student progress, humanity is vast and always surprising me. Each of us are indeed unique and revered. Even as we learn we can enjoy all the leaps and bumps along the way. ... Read More

Adrian J offers violin lessons in Rochester, NY

Adrian J


...The way you practice reflects on how much enjoyment you get from playing and how well you perform at recitals/auditions, etc… I spend a significant amount of time, especially with new students, on the art of practicing. ... Read More

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Piano Tutorial For Complete Beginners master some piano basics while teaching you theory at the same time.   Middle C, steps and note names on the piano   Many traditional pianos have 88-key keyboards, but you’ll stick to playing just one octave (an octave is a set of eight white keys). The first thing we’ll show you is where middle C is located on the keyboard. From this spot, you’ll learn every note name on the piano:       The piano’s keyboard is built off of repeating sets of white and black keys. The distance between one note (this includes white and black... Read More

Understanding Lead Sheet Notation

...lead sheets. If a jazz musician doesn’t know a tune, they’ll read it from a lead sheet in a rehearsal or performance situation. When jazz musicians compose tunes, sometimes they’ll write them out (at least initially) using lead sheet notation. Singers/Instrumentalists/Pianists: Lead sheets are used in several other genres of music other than jazz. Lead sheets are used often in popular music by singers or other instrumentalists with piano/guitar accompaniment. Some examples are: a singer performing a song from a Broadway musical with piano accompaniment (or full band accompaniment), a violinist performing holiday songs with piano, or people singing music at church ... Read More

Types of Guitars: Acoustic, Electric, and Everything In-Between

...string acoustic guitar.   Classically strung acoustic guitars utilize nylon strings 3-6 of the strings. These nylon strings have a much more traditional and mellow sound, and they are much easier on your fingers. They allow for easier legato techniques, and these are the preferred strings for classical and flamenco style guitar playing. Because of the easier play-ability of these strings, intricate, fast, and complex riffs and patterns can be played more smoothly and effectively. These guitars are often smaller than their steel-strung counterparts, and as a result, they usually aren’t as loud. Generally, when playing a classical acoustic guitar, you position the ... Read More

Parts of an Opera: A Quick Beginner's Guide

...operas and overtures were able to get off the ground.   Parts of an Opera: The Early History of the Overture   The word “overture” comes from the Latin word “apertura.” You may be familiar with the English word “aperture,” which refers to an opening or a hole. Considering the origins of the word, it comes as no surprise that “overture” is often used to describe the instrumental opening of an opera prior to the beginning of Act 1.     The roots of the opera Overture begin with the first surviving opera, Peri’s L’Euridice in the year 1600 (it ... Read More

Opera Voice Types

...they handle higher passages better than typical dramatic baritones. For a Verdi example, listen to the title role in his opera Nabucco; for a non-Verdi option, try Scarpia from Puccini’s Tosca.   Bass-Baritones fill the gap between the traditional baritone tessitura and that of a bass. In short, these baritones have to sing lyrically in the baritone range while producing bass-like resonance in the lower tessitura. Wagner wrote demanding bass-baritone roles in Der Fliegende Hollander and the Ring Cycle, among others. Bass-baritone and basso cantante roles often overlap–we’ll get to basso cantante in a moment.   Bass At last we come to ... Read More
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