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Andy's Vocal Studio
5.0
from 41 reviews
  • 93 hires on Thumbtack
Kipley S.
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Andy is an excellent vocal instructor. In just a couple lessons I could feel myself improving in range and technique. I would highly recommend him for anyone seeking vocal instruction to improve their singing.

The Art of Shredding
4.9
from 27 reviews
  • 13 years in business
  • 78 hires on Thumbtack
Alicia S.
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My husband loved his first session and will be continuing the lessons with Blake. He said he was very relaxed and welcoming, just wants you to enjoy playing music.

Harmony Road Music Studio
4.7
from 17 reviews
  • 18 years in business
  • 42 hires on Thumbtack
Sandra C.
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I have been impressed with how quickly my 6 yr old granddaughter has picked up playing and learning notes in both treble and bass clefts, even composing simple melodies with the methods Mila uses. The group lessons have encouraged her to see herself as a competent learner; peers lend just enough challenge for her to want to join in with singing and playing. Teachers are attentive to individual needs and reward practice well done.

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Ana Lete Guitar Lessons
4.6
from 11 reviews
  • 4 years in business
  • 20 hires on Thumbtack
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Meredith B.
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Ana was very responsive and proactive in calling me to arrange lessons. Her location is perfect for me, and her resume and background are very appealing. Lessons start in a couple of weeks.

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Paige Bodily
5.0
from 8 reviews
  • 5 years in business
  • 10 hires on Thumbtack
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Jeremy O.
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Excellent teacher kids really enjoy lessons now.

  • 5 years in business
  • 10 hires on Thumbtack
Jennifer B.
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Karla is an extremely professional and talented musician. She makes learning fun and is so great with my young daughter, who has learned so much more in this time frame than I expected. Karla is an amazing teacher!

Allegro Piano Studio
5.0
from 4 reviews
  • 15 years in business
  • 2 hires on Thumbtack
Lori N.
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Our children have been taking piano lessons with Mr. Slaughter for the past 5 years. He is an amazing music teacher who passes on his love for playing the piano to his students. Our kids enjoy their lessons and have grown tenfold under Mr. Slaughter's teaching. I would recommend Mr. Slaughter to anyone interested in giving their children the gift of music. You would be hard pressed to find a better piano teacher.

Music Lessons with Esther
5.0
from 3 reviews
  • 5 years in business
  • 2 hires on Thumbtack
Kim D.
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in just three lessons, i had so much improvement, not only in the sound and quality of my voice but in my confidence in myself as i sang. loved every minute of the lessons

Marilynn's Music Studio
5.0
from 1 review
  • 2 hires on Thumbtack
Trudy M.
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She's great with kids. Very patient and kind.

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I teach my students the fundamentals of guitar to start. I make sure they know how to read music, and play simple chords/riffs. After a while, I introduce more complex techniques.

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My name is Corey Grubb, and I am offering beginner/intermediate guitar lessons for ages 13 above. I have 10 years of experience in playing guitar. I'm completely self-taught. I know how overwhelming guitar lessons can be, so I'll teach you at your pace. I'll assign homework and tunes to learn and practice until the next time we meet.

  • 16 years in business
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We provide opportunities for multi-generational lessons for students from toddlerhood through adulthood. We teach through mutual collaboration in our individual Lessons and group Hootenannies. We inspire our students to play music in their own homes, so we invite them to play music in our cozy home studio environment instead of an isolated practice room. Our students not only learn their instrument of emphasis at their lessons, but enjoy dabbling on many other instruments during the Hootenanny sessions. Hootenannies are a group learning experience emphasizing: -"Open mic” performance time -A featured instrument demonstration -A multi-instrumental jam session -Easy chord-theory application in a common key We find our approach allows our students to become true musicians as they understand how to apply their learning with group playing and transfer their skills to other instruments. We teach the following instruments: Violin/fiddle Guitar Piano Drum set Harmonica Banjo Ukulele Mandolin Cajon Shuitar & Percussion

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I provide dance classes for three years old to adult. Lessons include tap, jazz, gymnastics, creative movement, hip-hop, lyrical and ballet. I also offer piano lessons to beginners and intermediate players.

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I offer guitar lessons available in Boise area. I do private one on one lessons for $60 a month. Learn to play acoustic or electric guitar in different styles. I teach different age groups in learning to play guitar, more than just some method from a book. I had formal studies in Music Composition and Guitar at Boise State, and have 30 years experience in playing. Lessons are in a comfortable, relaxed place to have fun while learning.

  • 6 years in business
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I'm a student so I enjoy learning just as much as my students. I believe I can learn as much from them as they can learn from me.

  • 12 years in business
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I'm cheaper than most they piano teachers. I'm patient and kind. I will let my students choose their own songs for recital performance.

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Hello. My name is Craig. I have been playing guitar, drums, and bass for 12 years. I have been teaching friends and families how to play guitar and drums for the past 3 years. I enjoy helping people learn and have more than enough patience to help anybody become great at expressing themselves though the amazing universal language of music.

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I teach according to the student's needs and my main motivation is charity.

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I am able to teach piano, guitar, voice, and music lessons. I have many years of professional musical playing experience as well as 15 years of teaching music.

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Hello, and thank you for looking on Thumbtack for a private instructor! I teach piano, voice, and guitar to beginner through intermediate levels. I work with each individual and help them gain understanding and competence in what they want to do as a musician. I work with you at your own pace. I have a studio, which is not wheelchair accessible, and for those who are disabled, I will travel to you. I charge more to travel, but I charge everyone for the month in advance. At the studio, I charge $25 per half-hour lesson and $45 per hour. So for 4 weeks, that would equal $100 or $180. If there are five lessons in a month, then the price is adjusted accordingly, i.e., $125 and $225. If I am traveling to you, my prices are $35 per half hour and $55 per hour. My location is 5 minutes north of the airport and 6 minutes west of downtown Boise. The address is 355 N Orchard, upstairs in Suite 207.

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I have 35 years of experience in teaching private piano lessons and 18 years of experience teaching group and private voice lessons. I am university-trained in both piano and voice. In piano, I teach theory along with all the major and minor scales, chords, and arpeggios from beginners to advanced students. I enjoy teaching all levels and I have a fun approach to teaching beginners of all ages. I use Faber, Alfred and Bastien lesson books, plus levels 1 through 10 classical books. I also teach technique out of Dozen A Day. Voice lessons include an emphasis on proper breathing (very important), posture and relaxation, many vocalizes (vocal exercises), technique books, diction, and many enjoyable songs to sing and practice. I am positive and patient, with one of my main goals being, to help instill a great love of music in all of my students. I expect students to practice a minimum of five days per week. Lessons are $15.00 per 30-minute lesson and $22.50 per 45-minute lesson (for more advanced students), one lesson each week. I live between Franklin and Overland in Boise close to the Meridian boundary.

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