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Connie is very down to Earth and easy to talk to! I felt very comfy sitting down to my first piano lesson. Having no experience as a 33 year old woman, she has the patience of an angel. I look forward to many more sessions with Connie! ?
This studio answered almost immediately after I posted my project about flute lessons. Extremely polite, and punctual.
He is great with a variety of personalities and learning styles. Students will have fun in their lessons with Yohance and learn a lot at the same time. His love of music is contagious. I would send any student to him!
My son is 12 years old and he is taking saxophone lessons with John Tracy. He is thriving and is already better than anyone else in his band class. My son enjoys working with John. I personally have played clarinet for over 30 years and can clearly tell that John really knows what he is doing.
All 3 of my sons take music lessons from Mr. Maines and they love it! Thank you Maestro Maines Studio!
I may have taken a little while to get a group together for the piano group class. But everything goes well. Everyone's so friendly and helpful in the Conservatory! I'm glad I made the decision to come here. I recommend anyone who's interested in learning piano to come here!
My family has been taking music lesson from Abby Peck for several years now. We have always been extremely pleased with the overall product that Abby (Evolution of Music) has provided. She is highly skilled and talented, but she also has a gift of keeping her music real, down to earth, and very heart-warming!! Abby is a true joy to work with and we are truly grateful for the beautiful gift she shares with us!!
Very satisfied with the entire experience. THe lessons are going wonderfully.
Kiarah is an incredibly talented pianist and piano instructor!! She doesn't just teach you how to play piano...she teaches you how to make music!! She makes sure her students not only learn how to read music, but also makes sure they learn technique and proper form when playing in order to avoid hand and wrist injuries. She also holds recitals each year which are unlike any others I've attended. Her students are taught how to perform professionally in front of an audience. Both of my boys absolutely love lessons with her. I've used several teachers in the past and nobody compares to her!
We switched to piano instruction with Miss Leah Hunt this year, and have been delighted with the progress that our twin girls are making. Leah has an engaging, youthful personality that translates well to working with young people, but she is also a very serious piano teacher. I am surprised weekly at how much my kids look forward to their lesson, how hard they are willing to work for Miss Leah, and how painless the whole process is. Meanwhile, they are gaining by leaps and bounds. As the person who practices with them, I appreciate how clear their weekly assignment is, how legible Miss Leah's handwriting is, and how interesting the pieces she assigns are. My girls always look forward to playing on her beautiful Steinway, and love her studio. I would not hesitate to recommend Miss Leah to any student that wants to learn excellent technique, a varied and interesting repertoire, but have fun doing it.
My grandchildren love taking lessons at Creative Keys and especially enjoy performing at the recitals. I'm looking forward to seeing how much they'll grow musically over the coming years!
We are going on our 3rd voice lesson with Cherylann and are very pleased and happy with our choice! She is very sweet and patient with my 6 year old while teaching her the fundamentals of signing. My daughter literally waits in the driveway for her to arrive!
Excellent first lesson.
Piano lessons with me are both fun and a hard work, when me and my students are having quick and good results when it comes to playing the piano. I am sharing my passion to music with the others.
Private piano lesson A beginner will read music in less than 6 weeks Theory, technical and performance 4 recitals a year Auditions annually
My name is Justin E. Walden, and I am from East Tennessee. My musical heritage stretches back to age 8 when I first started to learn how to play the guitar from my dad. He was the greatest musical influence in my life and still is. After exploring the guitar, I decided to venture out and try the banjo, then the mandolin, and finally the violin. I never really got into sports during my childhood, but I sure drove my parents crazy with squeaky strings when I first began to play. EXPERIENCE By and large, my full-time musical career started at around age 12 when I began playing with my family band, The Crystal Road Band. During my stint with my family band, I performed on average of 150 bookings per year. Here I alternated between instruments to fill in the gaps of lost members to maintain the full sound of the music. After 8 years of on-stage performance and studio sessions, I gleaned many insights on musical styles and concepts that have helped me in my musical career. While performing with my family band, I was able to also perform with some of the most talented performers such as Paul Williams & the Victory Trio, Doyle Lawson & Quicksilver, and many other great artists. GENRES PERFORMED Traditional | Americana | Classic Rock | Folk | Country/Bluegrass | Hip Hop | Pop | Contemporary Booking can be done directly via CONTACT page. I currently perform and teach music lessons in the Tampa Bay Area. I also am available to perform for studio sessions. Please use the Contact tab for more information. Also, please subscribe to my YouTube Page for video updates. More will be coming soon! There are also audio files listed here as well. Sign up for the mailing list to keep with the latest information. Thank you for visiting the site. - Justin Walden
A lot of music teachers only focus on technique and theory. And a lot of teachers just show people how to play songs. We show individuals how to do both. Having fun playing songs and knowing technique and theory are equally important, because if you just learn songs, you'll only know how to do that and not really know how to play an instrument. While technique and theory are important, it can be boring and frustrating to focus primarily on that. At New Tampa Music Lessons, we balance musicianship and fun by making sure that with each lesson you are challenged with a new technical or theory concept, but always end with something fun such as your favorite riff or song. We use a variety of method books to accomplish this and encourage students to bring CDs or their iPod to their lesson to learn their favorite tunes.
I concentrate on a working foundation which can then be built upon. In that foundation I teach a healthy technique that can be used throughout your musical endeavors.
I am a Berklee College of Music graduate in production and writing, as well as voice and musicianship. I also have an advanced audio engineering education. I believe in the power of music to effect the world around us. I teach my students what they want to learn. I like to help students move along at a good pace, which enables them to begin playing songs almost immediately. Music should never be work. Music is Play. If it ever feels like work, I will stop doing it. My classes are fun and relaxed. Come join me and discover just how much joy music can bring to your life and the lives of those around you.
We provide lessons at beginner and intermediate levels. We work with groups for music theory, piano, and vocal training. We offer a special training for keyboardists using electronic keyboards, midi, and music workstations for music composition. Training is available for worship/music directors.
I have been playing music for over 10 years. I am a professionally trained vocalist, as well as avid guitar and piano player. I have played in bands ranging from blues/rock to jazz/church.