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Wilder Music
from 23 reviews
  • 46 hires on Thumbtack
Heather L.
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We've worked with Jeff for 5 years. He taught my son how to play guitar, piano and violin. His lessons were professional and he was able to teach on my son's level to keep him eager to learn more. Jeff became family over the years. We're blessed to have had Jeff's incredible gifts/talents/knowledge deposited into our son. We highly recommend Jeff for any age and level.

David Johnson Music
from 17 reviews
  • 19 years in business
  • 25 hires on Thumbtack
Anna N.
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David is a very talented, patient, and informative instructor. I enjoy classes with him because he gives helpful practice techniques to build my skills and still knows how to make lessons relevant to my learning goals. He is also very positive and supportive of my progress. Thanks David!

Bill Jones
from 13 reviews
  • 13 hires on Thumbtack
Travis J.
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Ii have been looking for a classical guitar instructor for quite some time now and I feel very fortunate to have found Bill Jones. His knowledge and experience shines through in his instruction. I have been playing the guitar for just over a year and felt as though I had a great deal of knowledge, but had a hard time applying it. In just our first session, Bill was provided me with the tools to create more productive practice sessions. Just after two days, I can see positive results from my studies. I highly recommend Bill. Thanks again

  • 22 years in business
  • 7 hires on Thumbtack
Lisa H.
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Cindy taught my two sons in a Let's Play Music class for young children. Wow, she is amazing! My children loved her, and learned so much. She had great energy and made each child in class feel special. Cindy was great at keeping the class engaged--quite a task with a class full of young boys! It was also a treat to listen to her lovely voice. My kids loved "Miss Cindy," and our next teacher couldn't quite live up to her. Whether for group classes or private lessons, I wouldn't hesitate to recommend Cindy.

Jesus Palominos
from 6 reviews
  • 3 hires on Thumbtack
Stephen S.
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Jesus was very organized and focused. He seems like someone who actually knows how to teach, which, ini my recent experience, isn't all that common among guitar "teachers." I'm very excited about going forward with these lessons.

  • 14 years in business
  • 2 hires on Thumbtack
Jorge P.
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Gil is a very patient teacher. He has just the right combination of passion and knowledge for the subject that he makes every lesson very deep and also very entertaining.

Angel Fire Music Studio
from 5 reviews
  • 10 hires on Thumbtack
Gary A.
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My children had rarely seen a piano before visiting Dr Lees. 20 minutes later they were playing a duet variation of a classic piano piece. I was pleasantly surprised and simply blown away. We are now set up for lessons with her. I am very pleased with this teacher thus far. I've been interviewing many individuals and my children, 5 & 7, engaged and responded so well to Dr Lees. What a great find,degrees in music, child psychology. It's almost too good to be true. She is warm, creative in her teaching approach, exceptionally patient, intriguingly talented, and ultimately she can yield results. My children absolutely love and respect her, interview process done! She is a diamond in the rough!

Riley's Music Lessons
from 2 reviews
    Daniel G.
    Verified review

    I took guitar lessons from Tim for about a year, and Tim was my favorite guitar teacher. He is a very passionate teacher with a love for music. While I was learning with him he encouraged me to learn music theory and introduced me to many other genres of music to learn and play. While teaching he was very helpful and patient with any problems I had. I would recommend Tim to anyone wanting to learn how to play.
    from 1 review
      Anne C.
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      My son has been taking voice lessons from Mr Foran on and off for four years. I find Mr Foran to be very professional. His lessons are challenging, yet fun.

      • 1 hire on Thumbtack

      I have been a professional guitarist, songwriter, and teacher for over 20 years. I specialize in ear training, song breakdowns and various tones and styles utilized in rock.

      • 13 years in business
      • 1 hire on Thumbtack

      One of America's most creative and dynamic young harpists, Dr. Vanessa Sheldon holds a BM and MM in harp performance from the California State University Los Angeles, where she was named the CSU system's youngest to receive a graduate degree. She earned a Doctorate of Musical Arts in Harp and Musicology from the University of Arizona, where she was the graduate teaching assistant to Dr. Carrol McLaughlin and assistant director of the world-renown HarpFusion. She has also been honored as the University of Arizona's youngest doctoral graduate, receiving her degree at age 19. Highlights of her international tours include concerts in Shanghai, Seoul, Madrid and the Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C. In addition to playing for such notables as Oprah Winfrey, Maya Angelou, Tippi Hedren, Barbara Sinatra, and Florence Henderson, she has appeared as a guest artist with world-renowned cellists Michael Cameron and Masatoshi Mitsumoto as well as the Anderson String Quartet and recently shared stages with Barry Manilow, Lucie Arnaz and Il Divo. Concertizing locally and internationally as well as providing harp and piano entertainment for select public and private events, Dr. Sheldon specializes in composing and transcribing virtuosic as well as nontraditional music for harp in addition to premiering new works for her instrument. With a solid background in classical music, Dr. Sheldon's mastery of harp technique and artistic vision allows her to perform a variety of music spanning Celtic, Latin, pop, jazz, and rock genres. Enjoying the challenge of reinventing music for harp, her interpretations encompass such diverse artists as Frank Sinatra, The Beatles, and Adele, jazz standards including Harlem Nocturne and In the Mood, show tunes, ragtime, and even legendary rock anthems such as Stairway to Heaven. Dr. Sheldon currently teaches music theory, history, piano and harp as the Assistant Professor of Music and Department Coordinator at Mt. San Jacinto College in San Jacinto, CA, and offers private harp, piano, music history and theory instruction from her studio in Palm Springs, CA.


      Taught myself guitar and drums, singing writing performing ect. also had guitar class in highschool, i stand up go outside play and sing every day all day, i make money everywhere I go, I have many books about music, 4 guitars, tons of equipment, i know alot of theory which is necessary to learn, am always free, happy great with kids, adults. I have tons of music equipment and tools for learning, I will take the time and effort on my part fully seriously and not rest until you are satisfied, I am great teacher, I should have a degree in a couple years i got college money, Highest CAHSEE math score in riverside county, I play sports , skate, Music is everyday part of life, i work hard and smart, I am your answer to guitar, drum, performing, writing learning repair, stringing, tuining, and singing mastery


      I am an experienced guitar teacher for all playing levels: beginners and advanced students. Prior to settling in Palm Springs, Ron was employed by the Gibson Guitar Company as a product specialist to demonstrate Gibson instruments at key dealerships throughout midwestern states.


      I am a music teacher in Coachella Valley, teaching piano, guitar, bass, drums and ukulele. I have a bachelor's degree in music performance and a master's degree in music composition. I teach 30 students weekly and additionally teach The History of Rock and Roll at College of the Desert.


      I'm a talented person who teaches freestyle dancing, parkour and singing to anyone who wants to take their skills to a more extreme level. I just found this website. I never taught anyone to do what I do. All I can say about me is, I never shared my talent to teach others, but I am a skilled dancer, so I'm the best deal for dancing you can find in Los Angeles.

      • 20 years in business

      I take my students progress seriously and personaly. I want to have them playing and able to read music quickly. I will spend extra time with them if needed and pinpoint their weakness and strenghts to help them advance their progress.

      • 11 years in business

      I love to make unique ways of learning. I have a home studio, so I like to record music progressions personally to give the students a backing track to practice to. I can do any styles or genres.

      • 35 years in business

      If you're a budding guitarist and you want to learn all styles of music, then I am your man. I will give you all the tools from acoustic to electric, rhythm and lead guitar and from soul, funk, pop, and jazz. In about 15 weeks, let me get you up and you'll be running to play in a band.


      University and privately trained opera singer and jazz guitarist is currently accepting hourly students. I have been trained by LA Opera's finest voice teachers. References are available upon request.


      This is our a new business. I am friendly and smart person. I am a Mexican with a degree in Medical Assistant. I am a 60 years old women and I like meet people, so maybe this job is for me.


      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!

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