Jonathan T., a singer, dancer, and actor, was born and raised in the Philippines where I won numerous national competitions. I have been praised for my powerful high notes in national competitions in my native country, the Philippines. I'm currently working on my undergraduate degree in Vocal Performance at Brigham Young University - Hawaii, under the study of Melissa Walker Glenn. I began my singing career at the age of ten and joined local singing competitions in the www.*** ;I performed in Musical Theater productions in Brigham Young University - Hawaii, I played the role of Pepe in West side story and other productions such as Pirates of Penzance and a workshop. I studied contemporary dance, Jazz, and Hip Hop for several years, and I'm known for my versatile dancing skills. I also won a National Short Film Competition, entitled "Uniporme" for National Youth Commission, where I played the principal www.*** ; My Specialties are Musical Theatre, Diction in Singing (English, French, German, Italian, and Latin) and Music Theory. I can also teach languages such as Tagalog and English. I also teach Phonetic sounds and pronunciation in English, German, and www.*** ;
Dr. C. began studying the Violin & Piano at age 2 - he was privileged to begin his Violin studies after his 'initial' Study Session with Dr. Suzuki himself at Southern Methodist University in Dallas, Texas. Dr. Suzuki happened to be in Dallas as a guest Professor of Violin in December of 1964. After the Study Session with Dr. Suzuki, he 'highly suggested' to Mrs. C.," that young Rand begin Private Violin Instruction immediately!!". Thus began Maestro C.'s 19 year Violin & Piano training under the instruction of Mr. & Mrs. Franklin Washburn of Dallas, Texas (University Park).
Dr. Beth S. currently teaches AP Music Theory for Georgia Virtual School and she is also the AP Music Theory Curriculum Writer and Subject Matter Expert for the University System of California. Before her current positions, she was the Director of Bands, for ten years, at Southern Polytechnic State University (SPSU) in Marietta, Georgia, and received the Outstanding Faculty Award in 2011, and named Governor’s Teaching Fellow in 2012. Dr. S. earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Music Education and Horn Performance from The Boston Conservatory of Music; a Master’s Degree in Horn Performance from Oklahoma City University; and her Doctoral Degree in Music Education from Shenandoah Conservatory in Winchester, VA. She also privately teaches French horn, performs, and is the Guest Conductor with the Peachtree Wind Ensemble.
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Music theory lessons in Lauderdale, MN.
I began teaching music professionally in 2015 and since then it has become my passion. I graduated college with a degree in music and teach professionally as my primary source of income. I regularly teach guitar and bass (4 string 5 string and fretless) as well as introductory piano and even college level courses such as: music theory, composition and songwriting; all of which can be applied to any instrument. I am also confident teaching left handed students and am great with younger students. If you have any questions, feel free to call, text, or email at any time.
I am currently studying at the Longy School of Music and getting my undergraduate diploma in violin performance. I have studied the violin since I was 12 years old and have worked with many conductors, teachers, and colleagues over the course of my studies. I discovered I loved teaching when I was invited to teach at a summer program shortly after my high-school graduation, where I was designated as sectional teacher for 8th-12th grade violinists. I now volunteer for credit through my conservatory teaching young students after school.
My teaching style is encouraging and self-motivated. I am not a teacher who forces practice among students, but rather motivate students to establish their own practice routines. I do not have a specific pedagogy (Flesch, Russian School, etc.) as I did not learn a specific pedagogy. I take techniques and playing styles from many different pedagogues; I feel that this method of teaching is superior as it is flexible according to the student's needs. I also am available to teach music theory and help with the AP Music Theory exam.
I have learned how to teach under volunteer and paid opportunities shortly after graduating high-school. I was consistently placed in high chairs and leadership positions in both orchestra and band. Now I am evolving as a musician and learning how to teach, along with improving my own skills.
I began learning music theory in the 9th grade, and passed the AP Music Theory exam with a 5. At my conservatory, I often help those who are struggling with Harmony classes 1-5. I have completed all of my school requirements for Harmony 1-5 and am currently enrolled in Form and Analysis.
Whether you are a beginning adult, a student needing help with audition materials, or someone looking to pass the AP Music Theory exam, I am ready and excited to help. Please contact me with any questions you may have!
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