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I highly recommend GreenTree and Sidney!! Coordinating piano lessons and other artistic endeavors with Sidney was an effortlesss and pleasant task. He made it happen and initiated some remarkable lessons. GreenTree is on speed dial for our next visit to OC.
Coastal Music Studios....hmmm. where do I start! We began with Coastal Music Studios about three years ago when my two daughters took a "free" week-long music summer camp. I was so impressed by the hands-on learning that was taking place that I knew I needed to look into this place a bit closer. Found out that they not only offered the music camp but also a '"free" children's choir, which both my girls have attended. I quickly set up an appointment to see if my girls would like to take music lessons. After that meeting, one daughter began piano lessons and the other voice. Mr. Andy and Ms. Pam have been absolutely amazing with regards to my girls' and their music experience. They are patient, knowledgeable, engaging, and caring. Those qualities are extremely important to all children, but when you have a child with special needs, it becomes even more so. My daughter is deaf and has been taking piano lessons with Ms. Pam for the past 2 1/2 years. On my daughters first lesson, Ms. Pam had researched cochlear implants and already had a plan in place to ensure that my daughter would get the most of her lesson. And then there's my other daughter, spunky, feisty, and full of piss and vinegar, and Ms. Pam knows how to deal with that, too! We cannot thank them enough and appreciate all that they do for all children to bring a love of music to their hearts. I would highly recommending Coastal Music Studios, you cannot find a better studio!
Omar is very professional and patient. My daughter is enjoying her cello lessons.
The slow progression at school was the reason why I decided to put may daughter up with a private teacher, whom Linda seems to be the right fit. My daughter was never corrected for her fingering while playing the cello at school, until Linda did so. It took my daughter 6 months just to play 1 piece of music at school, let alone reading the music sheet for the cello comfortably. And she was the only cello student at school too! Linda is not only very knowledgeable musically, but also very talented as she plays many different instruments. Overall, very productive 1st class with Linda.
Louise Ryan is wonderful Louise Ryan is wonderful! She is an excellent teacher and I am very much enjoying my violin lessons.
I am so glad to have found Jessica. She is patient, observant, helpful, and so encouraging. I was unsure how online cello lessons would work, but this is the ideal format for me. Jessica is able to observe form and offer gentle suggestions as well as instruction on sound. I highly recommend Jessica and am sure that with her help, even an old, slow returning cellist will soon be enjoying playing complex music. Finally, Jessica has been very flexible with my crazy schedule lately. An awesome person and great instructor.
My son started taking piano lessons from Kelly a year and half ago. Since then, he has blossomed. We'd tried a franchise center before discovering Kelly but quickly discovered that a minimum of piano playing is actually done there. At 7, he needed the basics first and she made it so easy and fun for him. Now 9, he took and passed the ABRSMs at Cal State LA last fall, becoming one of the youngest to do so out of 600 students. Recitals are offered twice a year, allowing kids to present their work to an audience. The kids enjoy playing, thanks to her patience, passion and persistence. We highly recommend Kelly Pedroza and Elite Musique.
Felix has been teaching my son now for 6 months and "wow" what a difference. My son is now included in the orchestra section that performs at the theatre plays. ( only expeienced and well taught students get this opportunity. Felix has not only given my son the proper instruction on how to play a cello, but he had to re teach him some previously taught (incorrectly taught) finger positions . That was not a easy task because my son has autism. Felix is a professional and patient and I do recommned him highly. Check him out on u tube , amazing!!! Signed, 1 proud Mom
I’m an undergraduate student at USC and I’ve been playing cello for more than five years, although I’ve taken lessons for less than two. I’ve worked with Juliette for about seven months, and it has been a worthwhile learning experience. I recommend Juliette as a cello instructor to anyone committed to studying the cello. Juliette works with me for one hour per week, and each lesson, we work on scales, exercises, and pieces. She varies the amount of time we spend on each depending on what she believes I need attention that week. The exercises emphasized strength and flexibility in each hand as well as bow control, shifting, and thumb position. She is very patient with my progress (and the occasional lack of it); there have been times when I struggled to develop the correct technique, rhythm, or concept for a particular piece, passage, or exercise, and she didn’t get frustrated as some other teachers do. When we work on pieces, Juliette provides many valuable insights regarding note articulation, phrasing, bowing, and more. She has helped me on reading rhythms, subdividing, training my ears, and learning music theory. Juliette is a talented performing cellist, so she is busy with her own practicing and performances, but she is flexible and accommodating. Whenever she needs to travel for a performance, she lets me know well ahead of time so we can plan around her schedule as well as mine. There have been many weeks when something unexpected came up in my schedule, and she was able to reschedule our lesson. Her flexibility helps me keep on schedule with my goals in music as well as focus on my other responsibilities when they are overwhelming. Juliette is always on time for my lessons and hasn’t canceled any without notifying me days in advance. Her prices are also reasonable given her level of education. During our lessons, Juliette often reminds me that, “You are your best teacher” because she only sees me once per week, whereas I am with myself whenever I practice. However, given the opportunity to work with an instructor, Juliette is an excellent choice.
Amazing Viola teacher, best I ever had. He has a clear cut teaching style, focusing a lot on technique. He goes beyond the sheet music and is very knowledgable about performance psychology. He's an active performer and is able to share his insight into the industry. I would recommend him to absolutely anyone.
A SENSE OF CARING. AND THE FACT THAT I AM 71 AND SHE FELT THAT TEACHING ME THE CELLO WOULD BE A POSITIVE EXPERIENCE FOR ME.
Coco's love of music began in China with piano and cello lessons starting at the age of 6 and eventually led to a bachelor's degree and a master's degree in cello performance from Xi'an Music Conservatory and studying under the acclaimed professor, Xiaoying Han. She also studied with Albert Roman, principal cellist of Basel Symphony Orchestra in Switzerland and has received master class training from world-famous musicians such as Yoyo Ma, Lynn Harrell, Martin Chalifour, Ning Feng and more. After performing throughout China, other countries in Asia and Europe, she moved to the United States in 2012 to continue studying cello and got her music performance certificate. She is a former cello player at Shanghai Philharmonic Orchestra and currently serves as the principal cellist for Dana Point Symphony Orchestra. She often works in Hollywood as a recording artist. For 9 years teaching experience, she is also a passionate faculty member of AVPA as well as giving private lessons to aspiring young cellists.
We are a full-line music store, and we offer lessons for almost all instruments, such as drum, guitar, bass,mandolin, banjo, dobro, zither, dulicmer, recorder, strings,violin, viola, cello, bass viol, woodwind, and brass. We also sale all those instruments and a lot more. We have a great repair technician that comes in twice a week and repair violins, violas, cellos, and bass. We have over 2500 square feet of print music, with thousand of titles in stock. We have a well-trained staff to help you through any musical request. We have been in Fullerton for over 60 years and at our current address since 1987. We think we can help you to help yourself in any musical desire.
Leah holds her B.M. in cello performance from the Oberlin Conservatory of Music where she studied with cellist Darrett Adkins and her M.M. in cello performance from the San Francisco Conservatory of Music where she studied with former member of the Kronos Quartet, Jennifer Culp. Leah became a certified teacher during her time at Oberlin and attended a workshop with renowned pedagogue Tanya Carey. In Summer 2009, Leah was awarded the Orchestral Mentor position at the Aspen Music Festival and School, which provided her with the unique opportunity to mentor and coach sixteen young cellists over the course of nine weeks. With a newfound passion for private teaching, Leah Metzler delights in helping her students grow as cellists. Her pupils enjoy her endless enthusiasm during each lesson. Leah welcomes cellists of all ages and levels and particularly encourages adult beginners to contact her. Never let anyone tell you that you are too oldÂ to learn an instrument.
Burbank Music Academy is a family owned business, our teachers are all love scanned and back ground checked, we have the best facility and the best staff, come in a see for yourself.
Altadena Academy of Music provides fun and affordable music lessons for kids and adults on almost any instrument including acoustic guitar, banjo, bass guitar, cello, clarinet, drums, electric guitar, flute, French horn, guitar, piano, recorder, saxophone, trombone, trumpet, ukulele, upright bass, violin and voice.
I have more than 20 years teaching piano to children. My multiple teaching skill ,patient and creative teaching way were proved the good result from the student's strong music foundation musicality and becoming a music lover.
I offer private cello lessons to students of all ages and levels including beginners. I have a degree in music from The Conservatory of Music at the University of the Pacific, as well as training in the Suzuki method. I am a member of the Suzuki Association of the Americas as well as Music Teachers Association of California and am proud to offer the certificate of merit program in my studio. I strongly believe that a music education is extremely valuable for a child's' academic, social and emotional well-being. I also believe in teaching in a supportive and encouraging manner.
I teach piano, voice, violin and cello lessons in a relaxed but professional atmosphere. My home studio is warm and inviting; you must love little dogs! They love kids and people in general! I teach kids of all ages, teens and adults how to read treble and bass clef, play piano, sing, play drum rhythms, or play the violin or cello. Music is healing and fun! It's a great tool to build a child's self- esteem. I have been teaching all styles of piano and voice for 40 years, including traditional music reading, rhythms, fingering for piano, and techniques for great position, pitch and tone on stringed instruments like violin and cello.
I have studied with not only some of the greats of the time performance wise but also who well known for passing on great teaching skills. Such as the great Karen Tuttle
I believe i have a gift in the fine arts and my passion to spread the greatness of music to every man and woman across the world gives me a clear and great goal to work towards.