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one lesson. So far going good.
I have been taking piano lessons from Ms. Bev for over 8 years now and she has been nothing but kind and helpful. I have learned music technique, history, and theory from her and I have improved greatly since I began taking lessons at the age of 8. She is very fun and incredibly passionate about music.
During the past year of lessons Sandi has: * Encouraged me to expand my range and through her choice of vocal exercises enabled me to reach notes beyond my expectations. * Helped me to understand the importance of clear diction and how to improve diction. * Taught proper singing posture and breathing exercises that helped me to avoid straining my vocal chords. Now my voice has a richer tone that is improving. *
The best music school in all of Orlando and I think we have tried them all. Two of my kids and my husband take Piano and Guitar lessons with Elite Music Instruction. Very professional teachers.
My daughter has been taking private vocal lessons from Ken since she was 8 years old and she is now 14. We have obviously been pleased with his ability to teach and protect the voice. Some coaches are simply in it for the money, but Ken is not. He honestly cares about his students and he is extremely motivated by his passion of teaching to help each student reach their full potential while protecting their most valuable asset, their vocal chords.
Minnie is skilled with working with children from Kindergarten and on. Very patient and knows how to tailor the curriculum to help the little ones learn. She has a vast background in entertainment, voice, guitar and piano which was nice to have my daughter exposed to while taking piano lessons with her.
Kristen is THE BEST. She has made me feel confident and comfortable every step of the way. She has a unique way of explaining concepts and ideas that makes learning very easy. She makes each practice practical. You can tell she really knows her craft and also that she cares, and wants you to learn and understand. I've had lessons from others in the past, and never learned anything. But with only three lessons so far, I've learned more with Kristen than 3 years in music lessons. I think that she has a true calling and passion in teaching. She listens and personalized her lessons to your specific goals. I am truly finding my own unique voice with each lesson. I'm excited each time we meet and I get better each time! I highly recommend anyone, of any age to work with Kristen.
I have always wanted to sing but never pushed myself to actually take singing lessons. Kiana helped me with breathing techniques, and really improved how I sang! Childhood friends that thought I never had a chance at singing decent told me I actually sound good! I wish I was still in Orlando so I could've continued lessons with Kiana :)
Piano lessons with Angelia are always great fun! She teaches you the basics, how to read music and gives you a good foundation to build your musical abilities on top of and it quite open to exploring your interests in different types of musics. Works with you to help you get where you want, whether it be a specific song, technique, or genre you want to learn. Thank you Angelia! :)
Maria is an amazing vocal coach. Very talented, very friendly, excellent teaching skills and enthusiasm for the craft. She is highly recommended for anyone looking to learn singing, anywhere from beginner to advanced. A+
~ VOICE/MUSIC THEORY LESSONS IN YOUR HOME!!! ~ Berklee College of Music graduate offering private voice and music theory lessons - All ages and levels are welcome!!! Rate = $25-$35/hr (depending on distance traveled to your house) If you are interested in this training either for you or a family member/friend, please feel free to reply with information about you or them, and you'll receive a response within 24 hrs!! Here are some guiding questions: - How old are you? - How long have you been singing/playing? - What is your educational background in music? (i.e.: Have you taken theory courses before, are you a musician by ear, etc.) - Instruments you play - Do you own a piano/keyboard? - In what area of Orlando do you live? - What do you expect to get out of these lessons? Classes are offered on weekends and can be scheduled Fridays 4:30pm-8:30pm, Saturdays 9:00am-8:00pm, and/or Sundays 9:00am-8:00pm. Students usually get the most out of these lessons if they take at least one class per week, and they may last anywhere from 30 minutes to a few hours, especially if the student is preparing for a vocal performance (i.e.: talent shows, voice competitions, etc.). ***Guitar and piano lessons are also offered for voice students interested in learning self-accompaniment*** Looking forward to hearing from you!!! :)
Vocals Learn to scream (metal) without damaging vocals. Learn to sing aggressively (rock) without damaging vocals. Learn to sing in key, and harmonize (and how to "dub" vocals) with your own voice or another vocalist (pop). Learn warm-up exercises, proper control, how to transition from your "chest" voice to your "head" voice through slides and deliberate melodic changes. Guitar Learn rhythm guitar acoustic or electric Learn to shred electric leads or subtle fluid legato acoustic leads and everything in between Learn how chords are built and structured with respect to key Learn scales and modes and how to improvise over a progression Songwriting Learn how songs are structured and how to write a memorable "hook" Learn how to add "depth" to a song with leads and various arrangements Learn how to create a vocal melody with respect to the key of the song Learn how to manipulate syllables to incorporate words into songs
Kevin has an amazingly obvious love for music and for his students as well. His high energy and good humor, makes students of any level feel comfortable and relaxed. Not only is he a phenomenal singer, he has a great talent for understanding what your overall goals are with your lessons. He knows the voice and I think that is the strongest quality in a vocal teacher. Thank you Kevin, you are wonderful to work with.
As a teacher, I focus equally on formal technique and personal expression. Mastering correct form provides the foundation, upon which a student's capacity for the latter may grow. I view our time together as an opportunity to encourage musical and personal growth. My goal is to encourage discipline while fostering creativity. Maintaining the student's interest by adapting my teaching methods to every individual is an important focus, as is engaging the student by allowing him/her choice in the material we learn in lessons. This not only facilitates a cooperative environment, but also allows me to tailor my teaching style to the student's interests, strengths, and learning preferences. My tuition for private instructions are as follows: * 30 minutes for $25 * 45 minutes for $37.50 * 60 minutes for $50 I believe music theory is an important focus for a student to understand how tones relate to each other in any piece of music. These relationships will be explored aurally, visually, and tactilely in all lessons. In teaching, my goal is to encourage students to learn and grow independently. In my studio (or your home), mistakes are opportunities for improvement. For the duration of our lesson, you (or your child) are in a nurturing zone of freedom of expression. Join me in an exploration of personal talent and creativity. Education and Experience A member of the Honors Program (top 2%) and one of nine Cornell Scholars in her graduating class, Nicole pursued concentrations in Violin and Vocal Performance, as well as Ethnomusicology. Nicole served as co-concertmaster of the Rollins College Orchestra and String Ensemble for three consecutive years under the direction of Dr. John V. Sinclair. She was selected to perform the Winter from The Four Seasons by Vivaldi with the Rollins College String Ensemble at the Christmas Vesper services to a capacity of audiences of community members, students and faculty at the Knowles Memorial Chapel. Nicole has studied violin with Joni Roos and Alvaro Gomez, protege of David Oistrakh. She has performed as a soloist with the Rollins College Gospel and Concert Choirs and studied vocal pedagogy and performance with Dr. Edmund Leroy and Dr. Lori Lovell. At Rollins, Nicole studied piano with Dr. Gloria Cook and has received training in classical, as well as Latin and jazz styles. Nicole has studied classical guitar for seven years and especially enjoys playing a repertoire of boleros and flamenco. Nicole's interest in world music led her to publish a senior honors thesis, "Cultural Fusion of Music Constructs: A Look at Hybrid World Styles", in analyzing the effects of globalization on traditional, ethnic musics. She has published research in the Rollins Undergraduate Research Journal, where she also served as music and anthropology editor for three years. Nicole has performed with the Rollins College Bach Festival Society Orchestra, under the direction of Dr. John V. Sinclair. She has also performed with the Florida Space Coast Philharmonic under the direction of Dr. Candler Schaffer and Richard Hayman. Niocle is experienced as a studio musician, recording vocals and violin at Wright Entertainment Group Studios (Justin Timberlake) with producer Will Baker (India Arie, Pink). She has performed as a soloist at the White House, Bob Carr Performing Arts Center, Amway Arena, and Hard Rock Live. As the grand prize scholarship winner of the Hard Rock Academy, Nicole performed at XL 106.7's "Red, Hot and Boom" at Crane's Roost Park for over 6,000 concertgoers. Nicole has an experience instructing elementary and middle school students in piano and guitar ensemble classes and currently teaches at Lakemont Elementary, Hillcrest Elementary and Orlando Science Middle School. She also instructs over 30 beginner and intermediate private-lesson students of all ages in violin, voice, piano and guitar. Her additional experience includes teaching private and group lessons in violin and piano at The Christ School and serving as a music instructor for the Rollins College Summer Day Camp. She is fluent in both Spanish and English. Nicole offers bilingual music education.
Mr. & Mrs. Fleck both received Bachelor of Music degrees plus one year's study toward their Masters (on full fellowship) at the renowned Eastman School of Music, Rochester, NY and both received the coveted Performers Certificate from that institution. Mrs. Fleck studied there as a younger student in the Preparatory Department of ESM as a budding concert pianist. The lure of New York City proved too strong for them to complete their masters degree....Bill was invited to join the Metropolitan Opera Studio...the touring wing of the parent company...and both he and Lynne went on to establish themselves as talented professional performers for several years in NYC before being invited to relocate to San Francisco to join Western Opera Theater, again, a touring company associated with the San Francisco Opera Company....they've both done a bit of touring! When those engagements were terminated (nobody stays with WOT more than three years) and a faculty position opened up at CSU, Sacramento, Bill applied and was appointed as assoc. Professor of voice and opera at that school. When his professional engagements took him out of town, Lynne was a natural choice to provide the students with the instruction they needed....the students actually benefitted from the slightly different perspective of soprano and bass-baritone voice examples. As all good things do, the job came to an end because of the lack of an advanced degree and the Flecks moved once again, this time to the Boston area where Bill had established himself as a regular with the famed Boston Opera under Sarah Caldwell and also where he secure a position as voice/opera teacher at the University of Lowell. When he got too busy with rehearsals at the Boston Opera, guess who again filled the gap left by his absence....you got it...Lynne! Well, after a few years went by, Bill was tapped to join the Metropolitan Opera as a regular artist, meaning that he performed several times a week in both supporting and featured roles, while "covering"....read "standing by"...for the lead roles which were performed by international stars. Lynne had quite a number of piano students coming to their home in Ridgefield, CT during this period. They just recently moved from CT to New Smyrna Beach where they will not miss, one bit, the ice and snow of New England