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Jeff is awesome and my son LOVES his music lessons! Jeff is great with kids and his instruments, he is a talented teacher and motivates our son!! Winning combination!! Excellent investment!
I recommend Dylan and his team to anyone (child to adult) interested in music instruction. My 11 year old daughter takes singing lessons from 333 Music Studios, and everyone (my wife, my daughter, and myself) couldn't be happier. 333 makes learning music (voice or instrument) fun, and my daughter can't wait till the next lesson. 333 has great instruction, too, teaching my daughter (an me since I'm there) music fundamentals and techniques. My wife, my daughter, and I shopped around to three other potential instructors/companies and 333 impressed us most. We're glad to have found them!
I've been seeing Nancy for a couple of months now. Prior to this, I tried online training and videos. It took me a while to decide that in person voice lessons might help. However, once I got in there my doubts were completely over. She has taught me techniques that I really thought only belonged to people with a natural ability to sing. I've found they're techniques that can be used in any type of singing and most importantly they can be learned. What attracted me to Nancy's classes originally was her classical training and performance singing background. Her prices were competitive even when the comparison was with other peoples' online prices. She was the only one that responded when it came to my intake forms because 1. I didn't know if I wanted to take more than one lesson. 2. I only wanted to do half hour lessons. 3. I am somewhat introverted. I've stuck with Nancy because I've learned something each time I go to class. I'm able to sing notes that I thought were not possible for me. The resonance in my sound has become wonderfully colorful. She teaches out of her own home studio. It is a comfortable environment where we can sing and practice. She gives us the tools, encouragement, correction and confidence that we need from our teachers to thrive. This is the teacher you've been looking for. Learn how to use and care for your most available, complex musical instrument, your voice!
I've just started lessons with Teague and he's already proving that you CAN teach an Old Dog new tricks! He meets me at my level and passes along tips and tricks to undo some bad habits and relearn proper techniques. I eagerly look forward to further progress.
My son is thoroughly enjoying lessons and I appreciate that he is engaging my son on his own level rather than forcing a certain methodology
Dennis does amazing work. He will help you get over any aphrension you may have regarding music and will work with whatever musical tastes you have. He specializes in voice and piano and comes from a theater background but he was able to help me be comfortable enough to sing karaoke with this when I would not even sing in the car or shower by myself before. Thank you for all your help, Dennis!!
Sean responded quickly to the post for lessons. Very professional and helpful. Did great with my teen daughter who didn't want to be there in the first place (I just wanted her to try it). Personable, able to meet her at her level. Taught in her language (teen language) which was effective. Highly recommend Sean and want to come back with my son, who actually wants to learn.
I have three kids taking music lessons from Sam and we previously attended "Music Round." Sam is great with my kids. She really knows how to bring out the best in each one of them. She worked with my daughter who has some special needs to find just the right type of lesson, patiently trying a couple different instruments until we finally settled on voice lessons.
First meeting/lesson: no charge to you. This meeting will determine whether we might have a favorable "student/teacher" relationship. Future lessons: pay only what you can afford to pay me, or the amount you feel the lesson was worth to you. I am humble and have always believed in the "reap/sow" factor in life. If you were born with a "gifted ear", I will teach you how to first tune your guitar to the song you are wanting to learn - that will enable you to actually FIND the basic guitar chords being played in that song.
I'm a music teacher in Spokane, Washington. My services stand out because of my flexible, easy-going teaching style, along with my experience singing for countless ensembles and playing piano, guitar, and brass instruments for many years.
The mission of the music center is to provide affordable, quality music lessons for all. We have an educated, experienced faculty that will guide each student to musical success. We're located on the beautiful, park-like Mukogawa Fort Wright campus in a stately 100+ year old brick building overlooking the Spokane River. We teach voice, violin, viola, cello, double-bass, guitar, bass guitar, ukulele, mandolin, piano, trumpet, saxophone, flute. The music starts here!
According to Heinrich Heine, "where words leave off, music begins." I offer piano lessons for the beginner student new to music. We'll start at the very beginning and move forward at steady pace comfortable to each individual student. The students will focus on the skills and technique needed to play the style of music that interests them the most.
Kevin Wakefield combines his broad musical experience, his knowledge and aptitude for technology, and his distinct musical vocabulary to create a fun, unique, and comprehensive learning environment for all ages that will have you sounding like the pros sooner than you ever imagined.
I am a music teacher with a bachelor's degree in music education from K-12. I teach piano, saxophone, clarinet, flute, recorder, and music theory. I also have background in the Orff music method and enjoy using instruments to teach group general music lessons. I love to tailor your instruction to your needs and desired result.
I have studied the Suzuki method and am currently attending school at Spokane Falls Community College. I am earning my associate of fine arts in music. I have taught piano lessons for 2 years, and I absolutely loved it! I need to find a way to earn some money and since this is something that I love, I am all for it! I will travel to you as long as I can do so on a bus route! Starting the second week of January, I will also be providing lessons at Music City on Tuesday/Thursday from 2-6 and on Friday from 4-6. I can read music well, and we start off in this method with teaching children to train their ears! We do not start reading music right away, but it will come!
I pride myself in providing a fun, safe, and educational environment where students can excel, experiment and grow into a well round pianist! I teach my students music theory, sight reading, to read, write and at proficently. In addition to the method books that I use for lessons I have prizes, competitions, games, and various other fun activities that I add to lessons to help keep your student interested.
I am a college student who is looking to give lessons to all levels of guitar players for $10 per 30-min lessons. I know music theory, classical guitar, rock and numerous soloing techniques. Improve your musical ability within weeks!
If you are trying to make your voice rock, then look no further. I can teach you a wide range of singing styles. I specialize in rock and metal vocals, but I am also into most music. I'm always looking to push the envelope.
Over the past eleven years, Scott has enjoyed an active career as a performer, composer, accompanist, and instructor. The diversity of both his educational and professional experience have left him well versed in a wide variety of musical settings. Though Scott's first love is jazz and blues guitar, he also has had the opportunity to play with a number of Northwest based rock and indie groups as well as to compose and accompany for the Seattle dance community and the James Knapp Orchestra. As a young musician, Scott was hired to play in the pit orchestra for Stage Door to the Future, a theatre program for youth with Eastern Washington University's theater department. Scott studied composition and music theory at the University of Oregon (Eugene, OR) where he also became well versed in ear training. He later transferred to Cornish College of the Arts where he completed his BFA in performance. Scott has recently founded the group Soul Trauma, an original rhythm and blues group that debuts his role as a lead vocalist. His wide range of experience has left him with great appreciation for many different styles and disciplines. Scott has worked extensively with students of all ages as a freelance guitar instructor; a substitute teacher at Discovery School, a K through 6th grade institution (Spokane, WA); and as a guitar instructor at Musical Mind Studio (Mercer Island, WA). Watching his students progress over time and find themselves in their instruments is one of Scott's great loves. As a teacher, he constantly strives for a one-on-one relationship with each student, always searching where his experience and skills can best serve the individual. Above all, Scott has a great passion for his craft, and he hopes to share his experience with many others. I look forward to working with you! Scott Williams
I have been teaching piano for over 40 years and have my BA. I am all about the hands-on approach and have a real knack for teaching people how to master the piano.
Learn basic skills, finger picking, tuning, styles, cords, learning songs, 5string or 4string and 6 string guitar electric or acoustic I have been playing bass and guitar for over 30+ years and have everything I need to teach right in my own home one on one. Or anywhere you want it to happen. the important thing is to get started so you can improve your skills and start having fun playing your favorite songs.