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I recently started taking guitar lessons with Josh and it's been a great experience. He is flexible with both your learning style and schedule. In the past I have had difficulty finding a good teacher, but I would recommend Josh to anyone, and he's inspired me to start piano as well. Thanks!
We found a great fit for my daughter and her vocal lessons! She walked out of her first session with new enthusiasm! Thank you Brian and Vivianna!
My 5 year old started piano lessons with Tom a few months ago and I'm very pleased with her progress and his patience! He's accommodating to our schedule and a great teacher. He explains things well in a way she understands and did I mention he is patient?!?!? I'd definitely recommend him as a piano teacher, and we're hoping in a few years, my daughter will learn how to play the guitar with him too.
Have had two bass lessons with John so far. He is a good teacher - very knowledgeable, good listener, and patient. He has a good way of helping learn technique as well as helping work on songs too. Highly recommend!
Amber communicates with us clearly and regularly. She is helpful in getting our child back on track with lessons, provides written instructions for practicing, and has a pleasant demeanor.
The owner is very nice and helpful. Jeff, my daughters bass teacher is a cool guy who has lots of knowledge.
I’ve taken lessons from John for months. I’m a fairly new lead guitarist for our band. My progress has amazed my bandmates in how I now add to the melody of songs using chord inversions and fills. My soloing is more imaginative, soulful and melodic. I especially like the way John tailors his teaching style to my unique needs, always demonstrating the practical application of the theory he explains. Highly recommended.
My 12-year-old daughter had been wanting a guitar for a while, so I got her one for her birthday. After a couple days of watching online videos about how to play, she seemed to lose interest. I guess it was too complicated, or boring, for her. I decided to try to find her a teacher, which is how Brian became my daughters guitar teacher. This has turned out to be the best decision. Brians teaching techniques are excellent. He knew right away how to keep my daughter interested in playing, without her getting bored. From the very beginning he started teaching her to play her favorite song. That made a big difference in my daughters motivation to practice. To my great surprise, she started to practice on her own at least one hour every day. Brian integrates guitar playing techniques (which can get boring) with playing songs, both at the same time. I think this is an excellent approach, especially for kids. My daughter now looks forward to every lesson. Communication with Brian is wonderful: he is never late, and if something does come up, he always notifies me well in advance. Lessons normally last 30 minutes, but if Brian sees that my daughter needs a little more time, he always stays longer to make sure that she understood everything in the lesson for that day. Margarita
Ken began playing the guitar about 25 years ago. He has found himself in just about every musical situation conceivable. He maintains a busy schedule of teaching, recording and live dates. He performs and composes with his jazz/fusion trio, Slice of Pi, which is currently recording a follow-up to their debut CD. He also performs with rock group Merge. Over the years, Ken has performed with a wide range of artists and bands. He has also been involved in studio recording projects and commercial music and has written guitar method books, addressing improvisation and theory for the guitar. Ken frequently hosts clinics, demonstrating technique and theory. He studied jazz and classical guitar at Wayne State University and theory and composition at Oakland University. Ken studied under acclaimed guitar legends Joe Fava and Paul Abler. Currently, Ken teaches theory and guitar instruction privately. Some of his many influences include jazz, fusion, rock, funk, classical, progressive, and world music. Several notable musicians were key in Ken's development such as John Coltrane, J.S. Bach, Shawn Lane, Frank Zappa, Joe Satriani, Jimi Hendrix, Eddie Van Halen, and Miles Davis. Ken is a reputable guitar instructor, college educated, and professional musician. He has made teaching and performing music not only as a passion, but also as a career.
We offer very affordable private lessons from a senior of the Fraser Performing Arts Career Academy. We are specializing in voice, piano, music theory, and sight reading techniques. We charge $10 for half hour and $15 for full hour.
I, and my associates are all professional musicians, performers and artists of various talents. Personally, I have toured the U.S., Canada and Bermuda, performed on Cruise Ships and been offered contracts to perform on Broadway and record for Geffen records. I also hold a Black Belt in Tae Kwon Do and taught music in a local private elementary school. I have performed with several famous artists, and I know the value of learning how to do things properly from the beginning, before developing habits that will slow you down in the future.
Are you interested in taking your music to the next level? Have you always wanted to write your own songs, but didn't know where to begin? Tackle those creative demons, and sign up for lessons today! I offer lessons in person or via Skype! No matter where you live, we can connect via the internet and help you reach your creative goals. Contact me today for a free trial lesson! I excel in helping people reach their creative potential and have particular expertise in songwriting. My approach is fun and interdisciplinary. Do you want to learn to sing, as well as play guitar? Do you need help with your lyrics or song structure? Well, I can help! Spencer Michaud: - Singer/songwriter/performer - Bachelors of arts in creative writing and music - Washtenaw Community College songwriting instructor - Day Jams National Music Workshop instructor - Regular performer at The Annual Jeff Buckley Tribute Concert in Chicago, IL - 12 years of professional teaching experience - 17 years of playing experience - Musical theater experience - Well-versed in rock, blues, jazz, r & b, funk, folk and finger-style guitar All ages and levels are welcome. I offer half-hour or hour lessons. Daytime hours are available for adults and home-schoolers. I also offer flexible after-school scheduling, an interdisciplinary approach and a fun and supportive atmosphere. Learn to write your own songs! Lessons are available in person or from home via Skype. Call today for a free trial lesson!
Do you wanna learn a little guitar? I have knowledge of chord structure and techniques, ranging from blues to jazz. Also, I know a little on music theory!
I'm a patient, compassionate and kind teacher.
I am a double bassist and bass guitarist in the Ann Arbor/Ypsilanti area. I recently completed my MM in improvisation at the University of Michigan and received my BM in music performance from the University of Wisconsin, Madison, in 2010. I have extensive experience in many styles, including classical, jazz, rock, folk, klezmer, Balkan, metal, and more. I have led many ensembles and have recorded and toured as a sideman for folk and indie artists. My primary areas of performance are contemporary classical music and improvised music that pushes the boundaries of what music can be. I have a passion for the history of music and am comfortable working within many idioms in order to give students a foundational basis to build from. As a teacher, I am excited to work with students to find the music they really love to play and help them delve into what matters most to them. The primary goal is to be able to make music that is as rewarding as possible. I am happy to work with students on orchestra repertoire, jazz standards, and any other prescribed material but would also work on composing original music, improvising, and expressing what is meaningful to them as individuals. The bass is an unlimited instrument -- no style is unavailable to you!
Lessons are available for students of all ages and ability levels. I can travel to your home or you can come to my home (drum set and marimba are available at mine). Lessons are for all different kinds of techniques: rock and jazz drum set, rudimental/marching band drumline techniques, concert and orchestral, etc. Lessons cost $20 for a half hour and $40 for an hour. You can do an hour lesson every other week or a half-hour lesson every week. We will work out a schedule with whatever will work for both of us.
I am an award-winning piano instructor with 14 years' experience in teaching classical piano. I also teach jazz, improvisation and other styles. Lessons include sight reading, theory, technique, ear training, performance classes, piano literature, music history as well as learning to jam and have fun at the piano. I work with kids of all ages and learning styles.
I provide home-study music instruction. Learn to play piano and guitar. I also provide vocal and demo production for songwriters and starting artists. I have 40 years of experience in performing, songwriting and live performances as well as full-service recording.
I am providing Metropolitan Detroit with expert private and formal vocal and instrumental music education services.
I give lesson to all ages and levels for piano, voice, music theory and wind instruments. I am a licensed teacher for K-12 music with a bachelor's degree.
We offer music for all occasions. We provide piano, organ, vocal, and saxophone lessons. We also do piano tuning, organ repair, and instruments repair. We have a five-piece band.