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Vincent C

Vincent C

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I am a guitarist, songwriter, vocalist, and a producer.  I have three cds out and one in Germany with my  own rock band at www.Vitalpointmusic.com, myspace.com, and facebook under “Vitalpoint Rocks”   I've obtained two master degrees one in music and in education, as well as a PhD in Music education   I've had my music produced by Badfingers Joey molland, which was the first band signed to The Beatles' Apple Records recording lable, and have also performed with the Del Vikings, Ben E. king, The Mamas and papas, and recorded with Al Greenwood from Foreigner in addition to many local groups.   I've written two instructional books for both guitar and vocals, and I'm currently writing a third. I also have plans to record another cd      

Marilyn S

Marilyn S

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I feel like music is our greatest form of self expression.  The voice is the most intimate instrument, because it is a physical part of you and each voice is as unique as the student's fingerprint.  Teaching voice, to me, is like helping a student to unwrap a beautiful gift they have been given.  It is imperative that the voice student and teacher trust one another, for without a relationship of trust the student will not fully be able to open the gift and see what's inside themselves.  Piano is easier, in that it is outside of the body, but I do try to help the student think of it as an extension of self.  In all my teaching, I encourage the student to express the music for which they have the greatest passion.  Allowing the student to progress at his or her own pace, I help shepherd the musical discoveries by setting realistic goals for each lesson.  If the student is young, the parent is a welcome addition to the musical discovery process, and I educate the parent and the student so they can best help each other during practice at home.  Whatever the age, I always praise a student's hard work and the courage it takes to open themselves up to success at developing musicianship.  

Eleanor P

Eleanor P

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I currently teach voice, piano, and music theory lessons at three music schools in New York City: 1. Two Bridges Music School   2. Little Chopins Inc. 3. Bronx House  

Joshua D

Joshua D

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My approach to lessons differs significantly from student to student. After initial skills and vocal health assessments, I choose repertoire for them bases upon their abillities, age, and musical interests. While I think that vocalises and technical exercises are important to the learning process, I believe it is essential for students to be singing music that they are passionate about at all times. In this way, they can learn to love the process of improving. I supplement lessons with vocalises, either taught to me through previous teachers or from books by pedagogues such as Vaccai, Siebel, Marchesi, etc., as I see necessary.

Jason W

Jason W

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With over ten years of experience as a songwriter, performer, teacher, and recording artist, I have harnessed my passion for music, using it as an effective tool in empowering youth and adults from all over the world to build self-confidence through self-expression. Most recently, I developed a community music learning program which serves to give back to the community through music lessons and workshops that create accessibility and opportunity for beginners to pick up an instrument or write a song, to build upon musical self-expression. As a singer/songwriter, I have released several albums, teaming up with producer James Sabella (Marcy Playground, Nine Days), vocalist Angela Workman (Stevie Wonder) and percussionist Steve Holly (Paul McCartney).Additionally, I have successfully funded and organized several US tours garnering support from national press and college radio stations. Additionally, I have organized and performed at various fundraising events, raising money for children affected by life threatening illnesses as well as communities affected by natural disasters

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