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I find Micheal to be an excellent teacher. He is very knowledgeable and skilled, and is able to communicate his ideas effectively. I also appreciate that he reaches out (via email) to recap our lesson! I am very impressed and would recommend him to anyone seeking out a guitar/bass/music theory instructor! Nancy Tepper
I have been taking bass guitar lessons from Geoffrey for almost three months. He is a talented musician with a passion for helping others learn the joy of creating music. He is incredibly patient and kind; honestly, I couldn't have found a better fit for an instructor. I find it a true delight to work with him!
Erick Gilbertson was my piano instructor for six years. It was only after I'd graduated high school and left to study abroad that I no longer was able to continue lessons. Erick was patient, supportive, respectful, and greatly encouraging. It is because of him that I first began to write music, and it is with the 12 Media Music studio that I first recorded my own compositions. Erick offers a friendly and professional environment as well as inspiring creative musical opportunities. I received instruction in music theory, composition, performance, and business. Absolutely 5 stars!
Darcy is a talented and intuitive pianist and music director. We've worked on a few projects together and I was always able to depend on her getting things done in a timely and professional manner.
Flexible in lesson times and able to do both my children's lessons at same time with different teachers. Friendly people.
Marty is very patient and explains music as well as guitar. I like this very much being detail minded. He makes lessons fun and personable. Great Guy!
Emily was my piano teacher for one semester during my sophomore year in college. She was able to answer any music theory questions I had, gave me warm ups to work on my form and general piano knowledge and gave me fun assignments to work on week to week so that I was more excited to practice piano. My only problem with the experience was that it was so short lived.
We have ask John Stevens to share his music with our church on several occasions and have been very pleased with his performance and his style and vocals are great. He does a verity of Music , he can do allot of different styles. We look forward to his concert here in Sprague River this fall.
Working with Joe had been awesome so far he's a really great teacher and I have enjoyed the lessons so far and hope I can learn lots more!!
I'm retired and wanted to learn to play piano and understand music theory. Several months of weekly lessons with Gus gave me a good start. I took a break to improve my practice habits and look forward to resuming lessons with Gus soon.
Daniel is knowledgeable, patient, and personable. He catered each lesson to my individual progress and learning speed. His prices are very reasonable and he even provides a discount if you pay for a whole month of lessons at once. Unfortunately, I had to stop attending lessons due to a schedule change at work, but if I had not, I would still be going. I would absolutely recommend Daniel to anyone who is interested in learning more about music!
Works well with kids, always on time, convenient in my home lessons. Teaches according to the learning style of my son.
David is a wonderful violin teacher abounding with creativity to channel his extensive music knowledge into his students. My daughter has been taking lessons for eight years since her kindergarten beginning and it never ceases to impress me with all that she has learned with the help of David Burham. During this time we have also seen many of his beautiful repairs, re-hairs, and constructions of many violins and violas. His craftsmanship and teaching both show his expansive love for music.
Nancy Tepper has been an outstanding piano teacher for me over the past several months. She is extremely good with beginner adult students, tailoring the music and approach to the adult taste. I have really appreciated her expertise, friendly demeanor, patience and flexibility. I have learned a lot with her as a teacher! I would recommend her to others with no hesitation.
We teach music in a professional setting with instructors who have years of education and experience. We try to make the learning process as fun and comprehensible as possible.
I teach basic and advanced lessons to students who want to evolve in their playing and develop techniques and dynamic approaches.
Lessons at my home, or yours, from a Grammy and Indie nominated musician. I've been a professional folksinger, musician, and performer for over 45 years, and I am the recipient of a 2012 Oregon Folklife Network Traditional Arts Apprenticeship Grant to teach banjo. For $35, no particular time limit (If you pay for four at a time, I will knock $5 off the price of each). Flatpicking and fingerpicking guitar (Travis style, and dead-thumb). Frailing banjo, and old time two and three finger style banjo picking (no Scruggs style if you please) mandolin, dobro, autoharp, mouth harp (straight and cross harp). I play blues, bluegrass, Western swing, old-timey. I have forty years of experience. I've played with just about everyone such as; Ramblin' Jack Elliott, Utah Phillips, Pete Seeger, Malvina Reynolds, John Hammond Jr., Jay Ungar, Joe Craven, Brownie McGhee, Faith Petric, Anne Feeney, Andy Cohen, Paul Geremia, Dave Van Ronk, Joe Ely, Roy Book Binder, Steve Goodman, David Amram, Snuffy Jenkins and Pappy Sherrill, Paul Siebel, Brian Bowers -- You can check out my website. I am also available for performances and recordings. Give me a call, and we shall talk. No text messages please. You may watch my video from the Oregon Folklife Network that I did for my Traditional Arts Apprenticeship Grant. Thank you. Mark Ross America's most famous unknown folksinger
I offer down to earth explanations of various techniques and strategies for guitar and basic music theory. Step by step, I will guide you through the process of learning things like scales and chords, and explain how and why they go together to create a cohesive learning experience that will leave you with a thirst for more.
Spotswood Piano Studio strives to provide creative musical instruction that will unleash the potential of young musicians by doing the following: * Capturing and maintaining their interest. * Affirming and developing their unique abilities. * Expanding their musical knowledge through hands-on activities and technology. We believe in the following: * Every child deserves the opportunity to discover the joy of making music. * Musical instruction is best tailored to each student's unique interests and learning style. * Learning to play an instrument should be fun and challenging! Spotswood Piano Studio offers the following: * Private piano lessons * Group music lessons focused on theory, music history, and music appreciation * Fabulous themed studio-wide recital in May * Availability for lessons in your home
Become a complete musician. Learn how to play, compose and improvise music. Learn all your chords, scales and arpeggios. Learn your theory and even compose a symphony if you feel so inclined, or you can learn wild things and go down and impress your friends.