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Big Chirp Studio
4.9
from 30 reviews
  • 10 years in business
  • 44 hires on Thumbtack
  • Top pro on Thumbtack
Lori T.
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I'm just getting started setting up voice lessons with Big Chirp Studio. Based on my experiences so far, I can tell this will be a good fit for me.

Dolce Music Studio
4.9
from 17 reviews
  • 8 years in business
  • 38 hires on Thumbtack
Binu E.
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I have enrolled my 6 year old for violin lessons with Dolce Studio. Two Lessons and my son has taken a liking to the instrument and the teacher Ms.Emily is so encouraging & supportive. She knows how to draw out my son who can be very reluctant to try in the face of a difficult task. Thanks to the wonderful Brenda Bedell for all the initial ground work in setting up the violin teacher for us! Highly recommend the studio for music lessons.

Studio of Cassi R. Jones
4.9
from 12 reviews
  • 13 years in business
  • 25 hires on Thumbtack
Nayeli S.
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My daughter has enjoyed her lessons with cassi. She feels she is learning as they go. Cassi has been easy for my daughter to understand music notes & hold a long note. Extremely friendly.

Kristen's Piano Studio
4.9
from 9 reviews
  • 14 years in business
  • 21 hires on Thumbtack
Jennifer S.
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We had a free trial with Kristen and she was amazing! She has a variety of games she does with the kids keeping them very entertained. The kids have fun while learning. The kids both learned a song on their first lesson! She is GREAT!

  • 8 years in business
  • 5 hires on Thumbtack
Caomhán '.
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Working with Chris is and adventure in personal discovery and development. As a retired research librarian I had to asky myself why. -- Actively Diagnostic -- Chris found out for himself where I actually am. We started with a (very) short music / singing history, a directional goal based on what I hoped to do, then actual breath and sound work to find out what my breath and sound was at that very moment. He even used that diagnostic process to begin to help me become aware of what I’m doing now. For example, to breathe in a specific way and notice what happened, and describe it. Then breathe a different way and compare it. Already I was learning the physical awareness I need to develop. -- Discovery not Dogma.-- After the first month of lessons I still haven’t been told what ‘the right way’ to do something is. At least not by Chris. My whole body is telling me what it prefers to do when I’m not telling it to things ‘my’ way. -- Experiential Learning. -- The beginning for me is to learn to feel breath in my body, to be aware of where it is and how it moves, and what happens to other systems in the body. A new version of learning to rub your tummy while patting your head. -- Collegial and Collaborative.-- I’ve begun to think of lessons with Chris as a series of experiments with comments on results of each step, repeating steps as needed, then again with variations. Chris may be the ‘lead investigator’ guiding the experiments, but as co-experimentor I have the dual role of being the subject and a primary observer (aka ‘student’). I’ve asked Chris to repeat an experiment so I see what it looks like from the outside, and to get a better idea of the process. -- Awake and Aware.-- Or as I’m more used to calling it - mindfulness. I check in with my body several times a day to see what the breath and body systems are doing at that moment and relate it to the lesson and earlier check-ins. There is a (nearly) daily practice session, focused on 1 to 3 points that emerged from the work in the last lesson. ** Though it’s been only a month since I began working with Chris, I find not only chages in vocal qualities, but some of the principles are creeping constructively into other areas of life (including saxophone lessons). - - - When considering the review consider also the reviewer background: Age 59, my last ("real") music lesson (piano) was 51 years ago, and my last music class was in 6th grade (almost 50 years ago, when we played soprano recorders for a few weeks). Truly a beginner!

  • 7 years in business
  • 1 hire on Thumbtack
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My teaching techniques really zero in on bringing out each student's individual and unique sound in as healthy a way as possible. I teach how to apply classical techniques to any style or genre of music to give you a supportive base to go from, or in other words give you all the rules and how to apply them so you know exactly how to bend them in order to achieve your style. I am strong in communicating these techniques to any age group. I regularly teach students ages 5-35. I do well to get the goal aspect of a lesson while keeping it fun and personalized. I also have a background in fitness and hold several certifications, so I understand the concepts of movement and alignment (such as Alexander technique) best to support your singing.

  • 14 years in business
  • New on Thumbtack
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  • 18 years in business
  • New on Thumbtack
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Pfluger-Rock School of Music offers private, weekly music instruction in a clean, safe, fun, and family-oriented environment. We have been serving the communities of Pflugerville, Round Rock, Hutto and North Austin, Texas since 2000. Please note, all lessons are taught in our studios. TEACHERS DO NOT TRAVEL TO STUDENTS HOMES. Our experienced and educated music instructors are more than great musicians; they are also enthusiastic about teaching music and providing you with the skills to enjoy music for a lifetime. We offer lessons for: - Guitar - acoustic and electric - Piano - Electric Bass - Drums - Voice - Violin - Flute - Saxophone Tuition is $108 per month for a 30 minute private lesson once a week. We offer each student an environment that inspires them to learn in a musical community that shares their love of music. All styles of music can be taught. For more information, please see our website or call us and press option 2 for 24-hour recorded information. Please note, all lessons are taught in our studios. Our teachers do not travel to students homes.

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We offer the best prices and value for music lessons in Round Rock! We offer lessons in guitar, piano, drums, voice, violin, cello, and viola. The tuition is $95 per month ($105 for violin, cello, and viola), which includes the occasional 5th lesson of the month. We don't auto charge your credit card for the monthly tuition, and if you need to miss a lesson, we give tuition credits if a make-up lesson cannot be done.

  • 5 years in business
  • New on Thumbtack
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I teach Bharatanatyam, an Indian classical dance form. Bharatanatyam is an intricate, difficult and exquisite dance form, but I know that under my instruction, my students will compete at the top.

  • New on Thumbtack
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I teach private lessons, mostly piano/voice and some acoustic guitar. I play piano and sing, mostly 60s to 70s and some 80s to current, classical, standards/Broadway, rock/pop and light jazz. I have a big song list with lots of variety.

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I teach children about the wonderful language of music in a fun and engaging peer setting. We learn music theory, how to read music/songs, and play musical games together to ensure the kids always want to continue learning.

  • 37 years in business
  • New on Thumbtack
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I have decades of experience performing as a guiatrist, sideman and session players for some of the industry's largest names.

  • 19 years in business
  • New on Thumbtack
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The website provided is actually for my original music, but you can hear plenty of keyboards on it, especially Red Rose and my vocals. I have a bachelor's in music (applied piano) from UT, and I have studied at The Sweelinck Music Conservatory in Amsterdam, both on scholarships. I've been teaching since I was 14, more regularly starting at the University. I love to work with all ages! I have some students who come to my place, while most of them I drive to, to teach. I live in the Four Points area. Most of my students are in Steiner Ranch and in the River Place neighborhood. Within reason and if my schedule allows, I'm happy to drive to your home to teach. I honestly never met a student I haven't enjoyed teaching! I like teaching the basics for beginners, while teaching to play by ear. From classical to classic jazz, pop, and rock, I love to work with different tastes while trying to introduce music you or your child might like. I've taught everywhere I've lived: Ann Arbor, Amsterdam, Seattle and the surrounding areas. I am back now in Austin, teaching and performing. I welcome any questions. If you happen to live in the 78748 area, we might be able to arrange lessons on Saturdays before my church gig. I'm also the music director (choir, piano, and organ) for a Catholic church in that neighborhood. They have a beautiful piano. Please contact me for serious inquiries. Thanks.

  • 23 years in business
  • New on Thumbtack
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I am a fun and creative piano and voice teacher for all ages and skill levels! I believe in making music lessons enjoyable! I am not a stuffy, strict piano teacher that slaps your hand with a ruler if you hit a wrong note! I do have curriculum and structure, but I encourage my students to express themselves through music. For piano I teach a strong theory base with reading but also integrate ear training and improvisation. For vocals I teach vocal techniques that can transfer to any genre of music the student is interested in. I hold two recitals per year and work on performance skills with each student prior to the performances.

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