Teaching from beginners to advanced players, the structure is usually divided in 4 sections: Reading, technique, improvisation and request (whatever the student wants). I like using things that the student already knows and expand on it, give new ideas based on the previously understood information, such as 2 note per string scales and 1 note per string arpeggios.
I'm a musician and sound designer with a B.M in Electronic Production & Design from Berklee College of Music. I've been playing bass for 11 years and teaching for 4. As a bass player, I have a strong background in contemporary jazz concepts and modern bass techniques. As a sound designer, I have the skills to reproduce and create virtually any sound.
My students benefit from my formal training in jazz and classical guitar in college. I provide a student with build blocks such as chords, scales, right and left hand technique. My aim is to get music to come for the student as soon as possible to keep it fun.
I have studied bass privately throughout middle and high school and now continue to do so as an undergraduate at the Frost School of Music. Throughout high school I was not only playing professionally, but also giving bass lessons to beginning and intermediate level players.
My name is Michael Bravos, Guitar Player and Music Producer. I would like to share with you my knowledge and love for music. I can teach Modern Music theory through the use of the guitar to guitar players, or through the theoretical way for other instrumentalists.
8th Semester at Berklee College of Music majoring in Performance and self-studying arranging and composition Self Taught Experience tutoring in theory and playing My lessons involve going through your weakness and teach you ways to help fix them instead of forcing topics. I go by what the student wants to learn and what I think you need to help in.
I am a 21 year old male who has a background in classical guitar. My training started in junior high and continued on to high school. I can teach to all ages and all levels. I can help with music theory, technique, writing, and reading in acoustic guitar, electric guitar and electric Bass. My methods of teaching consist of adapting to each individual with patience.
I started music by taking private violin lessons as well as classes in the 4th grade. I was active in church and school choirs for many years and played percussion in my Jr high school band. At the age of 15 I picked up guitar and within 8 months I had my first paying gig.
I have a BA in Classical and Jazz guitar Performance as well as Music education. I have also studied extensively with private instructors from the age of 9 on. I continue to practice and perform regularly as well as attending seminars, lectures etc concerning performing and teaching.
I graduated from Liberty University in 2016 with a Bachelor of Music degree in Jazz Studies and I am currently a Graduate student in Music Education. My Music theory lessons focus on the level of the student and meeting their needs for study. My instrument lessons focus on the development of reading music, improvisational techniques, and listening.
I recently left a popular, Grammy Award winning gospel vocal quartet called the Blackwood Quartet and want to share my knowledge of performing with enthusiastic students who are ready to learn. Although I teach voice, I earned a BA in Music with a concentration in Instrumental Music Education from the University of Mississippi.
Mark Catalano is an American multi-instrumentalist and singer-songwriter. Born and Raised in Youngstown, Ohio, Mark’s focus has always been music. In and out of school, Mark spent most of his time learning everything he could about performing, writing, and recording music. Mark was heavily involved in Boardman, Ohio’s Grammy award winning public school music program.
Throughout high school and afterwards I have been studying music in all kinds of fields, weather it is performance, history, theory, or even as little as general music. And still am to this day, I keep on an everyday practice. I will normally start my lessons with a general idea of what music really is, and if it is an instrument then I specify the body parts of the instrument, and it's background.
My name is Travis McInerney and I give guitar and bass lessons ranging from basic chords and progressions to intermediate-advanced solo and lead technique, songwriting tips/lessons, and cover song tutorials for anyone who wants to work on their guitar playing! Focused on the rock, metal, and blues genres but all genres welcome! Just tell me what you would like to work on and lessons will occur...
Berklee College of Music alumni offering private electric bass/music theory lessons in the Boston area or online. All levels from beginner to advanced in any subject and style of music that the student wants to learn. Sebastian will respect your goals and help you become the best musician you can be regardless of your favorite style.
Creating and delivering a customized and skill-level appropriate lesson plans for students ranging in age from pre-teen to adults. With more than 13 years of experience I am Adept at teaching jazz, classical, reggae, classic/contemporary rock, country, folk/acoustic, and pop music.
I am an active musician in guitar, bass, songwriting and performing. I provide beginner and intermediate lessons to students of all ages. I will tailor my approach based on each students' abilities and musical goals. My mission is to make learning music fun, engaging and rewarding.
Hi. I'm Jeff. A British guitarist living in Cambodia. I moved here for a change of lifestyle and to persue dreams and happiness. :) So far it's not bad :) I am offering guitar lessons to all levels, from beginner through to expert. I play electric rhythm/lead and acoustic strumming/fingerstyle and am well rounded on styles and techniques.
Learning more about Bass Playing every day MM JAZZ PERFORMANCE | RUTGERS UNIVERSITY, NJ | 2015 BFA JAZZ AND CONTEMPORARY MUSIC | THE NEW SCHOOL, NY | 1998 POST GRADUATE JAZZ | THE GUILDHALL SCHOOL OF MUSIC AND DRAMA, LONDON | 1987 I am sensitive to the goals and abilities of each student but always want to see them working on their technique to produce a great sound in tune and in...
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My name is Vincent Gray, I'm a graduate of Florida International University. 30 years plus teaching guitar, bass, music theory and composing. I use different methods and my own lesson plans or a student choice. I design my lessons for the student.
I have been instructing 5 year old to 75 year old students for 23 years now and have an excellent reputation at making my students working thinking musicians. NOT GUITAR PLAYERS. A guitarist that has no limitations and knows no such thing as styles of music. A Guitarist That Will and Can Play Anything they want.
I studied music at the University or California and taught orchestra in High school, middle school and elementary school for 42 years!! I have worked at music camps and have performed in many orchestras. My major instrument is Double Bass.
Bachelor of Music Degree with Major in Performance at Berklee College of Music. Focus on Guitar. For the last 18 years, I've played guitar in all styles within popular music and have experience teaching them, as well as 1 year now also teaching classical guitar.
I have studied both Classical (Bachelors) and Jazz (Master) and have played many types of music. Studying these different approached gave me a broad view of music, bass/double bass and theory. I'm very organized and methodic, since I had the fortune to study with great teacher. I focus on technique, sound, improvisation, repertoire, compositions and I'm open the student's interests.
Hi there! If you want to learn anything related to music theory, songwriting, guitar, bass, or audio, you've come to the right place! I'll teach you music through analysis, ear-training, technique, repertoire, improvisation, and much more. I'm an active and incredibly experienced musician who loves to teach one-on-one.
I went to Oberlin where I earned a bachelors degree in music, and followed up with masters degree from the Jordan College of Fine Arts. Whether a student wants to play in an orchestra, a pop band, or just for fun I make sure every student leaves with an appreciation for music.
In addition to studying classical guitar in college I have also performed live for over 25 years. I have extensive songwriting and studio experience and have worked as vocal coach, band leader, worship leader and stage manager. I love all styles of music but specialize in classic rock, soul, country and blues.
I'm a Berklee College of Music alumni, as well as a degree in music education from UMass Lowell. I use a number of different method books for different students, as well as customizing the material to include music theory, ear training, repertoire, and technique. I run my lessons very informal and personal, relaxed and friendly.
I am the founder and leader of the Westchester based rock band Rat Race Choir. I play 4 instruments fluently and also have music computer skills such as recording, and song writing which I am also available for. Though I live in Carmel , NY, I am originally from White Plains, and I am fine coming down to Westchester County.
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