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Guitar lessons with Noel through Reverb, fantastic! Super pleased:)
Andrew is flexible in terms of his time and in terms of meeting the student where they are. That said, he is also good about creating firm assignments for each lesson. We have enjoyed learning violin - our first foray into music - with Andrew.
I would like to send this letter in support of Tom Lopez and his music lessons through the Universal City Music Studio. My son Jacob Bissell has been a student of Tom's since his days in the band at Kitty Hawk Middle School. At that time, Thomas was teaching Jacob drum techniques to supplement the lessons at Kitty Hawk Middle School. Jacob ended up his Middle School tenure as an honored/awarded musician with a great foundation in music. Jacob moved on to Judson High School, and auditioned for the marching band. He won a spot on the Judson Drum Line as a bass player. He held this position for two years, even though he could have moved to "snare position" his second year, but stayed on bass to help the Director. Around this time, Jacob was starting guitar lessons with Mr. Lopez. After two years with the Varsity Judson High School Band, Drum Line, Jacob decided to take a break from the marching band. At this time, it was found that Youth Orchestras of San Antonio (YOSA) needed a percussionist. An audition was arrainged with YOSA, and Jacob was awarded a percussion seat with the Philharmonic Orchestra (YOSA's number one performing orchestra). He held this position with YOSA during his Junior and Senior years at Judson High School. His Senior year of high school, Jacob had to be in the music program to be eligible for YOSA, so he talked to the orchestra director at Judson HS. The Director needed a bass for the orchestra, so Jacob accepted the position. He started the semester in the Beginner Orchestra. With his excellent musicianship, he learned the instrument and was moved to the Honors Orchestra. He did receive honors for this position. All this time, Jacob had continued taking music lessons and having recitals with Thomas Lopez. Jacob had continuisly been a student of Tom's since middle school at Kitty Hawk. Now it was time to think of college. Jacob had thought that "Music Thearpy" was an area of study he wanted to pursue. Looking at the information from Texas colleges, only two in the state offered music therapy. One was in Houston, and the other was the University of the Incarnate Word, in San Antonio, Texas. After applying, and going through Music School auditions with the Director at Incarnate Word, he was awarded a Music School scholarship and an academic scholarship. With the substantial scholarship money, he accepted the spot on the Incarnate Word music school roster. I would like to congratulate Thomas Lopez for instilling in his student Jacob, the musicianship needed to advance to the level he has. He is active in the Incarnate Word Chorale, so he is learning about another instrument- his voice. Jacob is active in two bands- Disposable and 16 Psyche. As well as writing music, singing (fronting Disposable), he is currently teaching himself piano. I want to add links below to several of Jacob's performances. If the links get lost, you may find performances on YouTube by searching the names of the groups, and looking for "YOSA presents Carmina Burrana," where you'll see Jacob's senior slide on the screen behind the orchestra, at the beginning credits. While in YOSA, Jacob was with the first group to perform in the new Tobin Center, appearing twice about a month before Paul McCartney played the venue. Jacob has performed with nationally known artists while in the Youth Orchestras of San Antonio, and went on tour to Canada with the organization. Thanks again Thomas, for bringing out the best in your music students.
Craig is a violin teacher with many years' experience ( he started playing violin in grade school) and is very easy to be around. I think he knows how to help a serious student get where he or she wants to go.
Violin teacher. Fun and knowledgeable! My 8 year old loves going to lessons!
So far, and I haven't started my first lesson yet, they are very easy to work with and very flexible with my schedule.
I have been taking lessons from Mary for a few months now and have made a lot of progress as an adult beginner. She is always encouraging and motivating. I would definitely recommend her for anyone at any age who is considering violin lessons.
Ruby Jane has worked with my eight year old daughter for two years now on violin, guitar and voice and I could not recommend her more highly. Her talent as a musician speaks for itself, (if you have not yet seen Ruby and the Reckless live, you should check out her schedule right now) but it translates into her teaching. Her love for music is contagious and her passion for passing on that love of music is apparent. She inspires my daughter daily and they have the best rapport. Ruby Jane is her hero!
As an adult starting piano lessons again after (eep!) 3 decades, I have to say that studying at McLaughlin School of Music has been a very gratifying experience. My teacher David Mesquitic has just the right touch. He is able to both encourage and challenge someone like me who has "just enough" knowledge to be dangerous but not enough to have mastered certain essential concepts for pop/jazz piano. Huge props to Matt McLaughlin as well. He has created a very warm and welcoming space in which to take lessons and definitely paired me with right teacher. I am thrilled to have found the McLaughlin School.
Robyn has been an excellent violin teacher for 2 of my kids, and she is part of the reason we consider remaining in Austin. Her positive and patient manner of approaching even the wiggliest, goofiest child shows how gifted she is in working with children. She holds a relaxed learning space, gentle yet serious, with clear boundaries to respect lesson time, and is attentive to the finest details to ensure excellent violin technique, while encouraging improvement in every lesson. We are very happy with the progress our children have made under her direction!
CP very quickly assessed my strengths and weaknesses and with just a few tweaks has unlocked my violin playing! Props for her ability to tailor the work for the students needs. Also a very gentle but honest professional manner. I am glad I choose her.
We are very happy with her teaching. She is an excellent violin teacher. She is nice and motivate her students. We like her teaching style.
Allison's string studio offers individual Suzuki violin and viola lessons to students of all ages and abilities in the Pflugerville, Round Rock, Georgetown and Austin Texas areas. Weekly lessons focus on technique, musical games, phrasing and dynamics, music theory, mind and body awareness while playing, duets, and bow distribution, just to name a few. My goal is to work with students' aspirations while making lessons productive, creative, and fun! Please explore the website to learn more about Allison Sargent and the Suzuki philosophy.
I teach piano, voice and violin lessons to all ages. I create my lesson plan to be custom to the student, but make sure fun is always involved!
Hello Everyone. I'm a professional master of the violin/viola, and I can teach and give lessons. I've got a special method for you to learn fast and keep you interested.
I have a doctorate degree in Violin Performance from the University of Texas at Austin Butler School of Music where I was the teaching assistant to professor Brian Lewis for many years. My students have won top prizes in International and National competitions. My students have also received outstanding ratings from judges at solo contests (region and state wide) Students of mine have also been accepted into the top colleges and conservatories around the country.
Wee teach beginner through advanced violin lessons. Learn music theory, how to read music and much more.
I specialize in teaching children (ages five and up), middle school students, and high school students but also enjoy teaching adults and intermediate players. I pride myself in developing individualized lessons to meet the needs of each student. We may meet for lessons in your home for a convenient, fun and safe learning environment. My main mission is to teach students to love music.
I am a teacher that will drive to your house to teach in your own home. I'm a young and passionate teacher that is hopefully inspiring and motivating for students learning experience.
I offer affordable, private violin or viola lessons for just $45 an hour out of my San Antonio home. I will teach you the skills needed to play for church, to perform in weddings, or to play in an orchestra. I can teach you to play by ear as well as by sight-reading. Lessons include instruction in music theory, notation, technique, style, and violin care. Lessons can be tailored to the particular style you would like to learn: classical, fiddling, jazz or contemporary. I charge $35 for a half-hour lesson (recommended for students under 10 years old) and $45 for an hour-long lesson. I will help guide you as to what kind of violin to rent or purchase. For a free consultation, call me.
Hire a guitar instructor like Brandon if you want a talented and patient instructor. This guitar teacher has been in this profession for several years.