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Louise Ryan is wonderful Louise Ryan is wonderful! She is an excellent teacher and I am very much enjoying my violin lessons.
My two (2) kids go to this school for Piano Lessons. It's a great school with teachers who care and they even got (ONE) of my kids to actually play correctly and she now likes playing the piano. They are strict but have real concern for the students and offer a great environment to excel. I would recommend Donna Lee and her Music School anytime. A+++++++
Vivian is a very driven instructor who wants her students to succeed. I appreciate that she is direct and willing to push me even outside of our scheduled lessons. Her methods include leading by example, hands-on adjustments, and verbal and visual cues. She is also understanding of various learning styles and will adjust according to the student. The in-home studio is very clean and spacious, with a piano and other instruments. Because she doesn't share the space with other instructors, there aren't many distractions like people coming in and out. Occasionally the other household members will pass by, but they mind their own. Overall, I am thoroughly enjoying the first month of instruction under Vivian.
I have been with Bella Music Studios for five years now, and cannot begin to describe what a wonderful experience I've had with everyone there. I've been with various studios and teachers and theater troupes before, and none of them have felt more like a legitimate family than Bella Music Studios. The owner, Jo Ann Maddalena, is the kindest person you could ever hope to meet. She wrote me a beautiful reference letter when I applied (and got into) a performing arts school in Hollywood. I've had two different vocal teachers there (April Orchard and Jean Carlos Lopez) and both of them were patient and talented and made me a better performer than I ever was before. I've had such a wonderful experience at Bella that Jo Ann recently decided I was ready to try teaching voice there myself! I'm still new to it, but I've had one client there, and it's been so rewarding. I practically lived at Bella Music Studios for three summers, and it's like a second home by now. I was in three shows with their theater troupe, and they were all professional level performances that I had so much fun doing. Bella Music Studios is a fantastic place, and I highly recommend it to anyone looking for quality, well-priced music lessons of any kind for any age. Whether you're looking for voice, piano, guitar, trumpet, etc. you're getting the best of the best here.
I have had my daughter in music lessons with MUSICSTAR for three years now and she absolutely loves it. She is making amazing progress and looks forward to each lesson. The teacher is wonderful, very inspiring and organized. We enjoy the free recitals and look forward to many more!
David Vera, the CEO of this music company is very personable and helpful in accepting Raymond as a new student. Raymond's private instructor arrived on time in David Vera's home for the guitar lessons and he encouraged Raymond, a twelve year old student, in music. I highly recommend this music company to give guitar lessons to elementary students. We are grateful for their help.
She is very good at teaching and communicating with students. Definitely recommend her to my friends.
I've worn a lot of different hats. As a music educator, I've run the music gamut -- from competitions to public performances, writing, video and print production of performances, and public speaking. You name it, I've done it. I'm extremely motivated, organized and disciplined. You have to be to taught at many schools, and it's important to note that I never had a dissatisfied client or put on a poor performance.
I am a strings teacher on Lancaster ca. I teach violin viola and cello. I have been playing violin for 16 years and teaching for seven years. I have a B.A. degree in Music and religious studies. I teach the Suzuki method and supplement with other materials as needed. I mainly teach beginners to intermediate. The cost of lessons is $20 per half hour lesson.
We specialize in guitar Lessons for younger children. We focus on music reading, chords, songs, and classical music. We also teach piano and violin. You have no instrument? Then, no worries! We rent guitars and violins for $20-$25. You can apply the rental fee to own the instrument if you decide to purchase!
My students receive the highest quality instruction there is! With over 35 years of experience teaching and performing, I can serious music students the expertise they need to succeed.
I am a music major at CSUSB. I offer violin lessons to young students and adults, beginning level with violin. The student can either come to me, or I can go to them.
Bertrand's Music has been providing music lessons and services for over 30 years. Prior to opening the store, Mr. Bertrand was a band and orchestra director in the San Bernardino and Poway school districts for 15 years.
The Suzuki method is a method of teaching music that was conceived and executed by a Japanese violinist and pedagogue, Shin'ichi Suzuki (1898-1998), dating from the mid-20th century. The central belief of Suzuki, based on his language acquisition theories, is that all people are capable of learning from their environment. The essential components of his method spring from the desire to create the "right environment" for learning music. He also believed that this positive environment would help foster character in students.
We are serving Fontana, Riverside, and the Inland Empire, CA. Randa Lee's School of Voice & Music instructors are dedicated to developing the creative and productive potential of every student. We strive to create a fun and productive learning environment for students of all ages and levels. Our teachers are specially trained, full of fun, and love music and children. Randa Lee's School of Voice & Music offers individual voice lessons and music lessons in piano, guitar, keyboard, saxophone (tenor and alto), harmonica, fiddle, flute, mandolin, penny whistle, music theory and more.
I am a multi-instrumentalist who offers lessons in classical piano, modern piano, violin, viola and music composition. I am a dedicated music education and performance major in college and the principal violist in the Mount San-Jacinto Community Orchestra. I really hope I can share my passion and knowledge in music with you or your child!
My areas of concentration include all genres of music, ranging from classical and opera to musical theater, pop, jazz, and country. For vocalists, I will help increase your range, breath support, confidence, and learn to belt the right way. For pianists, I help with music theory, sight-reading, improvising, and more.
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 provide a fun and safe learning environment. I work with the individual to make them meet their goals no matter how demanding. If you want to tackle that song that you love and become better on your instrument, I will be there for you pushing you in the exact direction that you need to go because I've been there. If you want to learn more about how to read and write music, I can help you make those symbols come to life and sound beautiful. The curriculum I will provide will have you feeling ready to perform.
I am a Suzuki certified violin teacher (level 4) who graduated from the Cleveland Institute of Music in 2012. I recently moved to Los Angeles, and I'm open to take students who are dedicated and looking for quality over quantity. I am a firm believer that every child can learn to a high level given the proper environment.