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Lessons for students ages 6 to 70. Students learn pieces they WANT to play.
Hi! I'm Steve Mora and I teach guitar both beginning classical and rock/metal as well as bass guitar and piano. If you practice daily and follow my teachings exactly you will get results and find yourself playing guitar in no time and using the correct technique and fingerings. You will also find yourself able to read basic musical notation and be able to improvise using chord substitutions and the proper scale/phrasing. I customize the lessons according to what each student is wanting to master from teaching visually to reading notes or tabs. I look forward to hearing from
I help you develop an ear for music. I love to listen to a melody and repeat it on the guitar. From there I notice the _____, and then I can figure out the _____. If you wanna know more, give me a try for at least one lesson. I promise you will learn something.
Mike graduated from the Berklee College of Music in Boston MA. on a four-year scholarship, while there he received the Outstanding Achievement Award in Instrumental Performance as well as other awards. Mike was asked to join the faculty at the prestigious Berklee College of Music in 2002 and has written a music book for the College distributed by Hal Leonard publishing as well as authoring a writing and production course for Berklee's successful on-line school.
In addition to the saxophone, Hamilton composes, produces, plays keyboards, and bass. He has produced recordings for Interscope, and
My passion is music especially teaching piano and accompanying. I have more than 50 years of experience in teaching and about 30 years as an accompanist. I belong to the El Paso Music Teachers Association (EPMTA) and the Texas Music Teachers Assocation (TMTA). I am presently the accompanist of the St. Mark's United Methodist Church Choir and the Franklin High School Choir. I was the accompanist of the Ballet El Paso at the University of Texas at El Paso, the rehearsal pianist for the Opera and Zarzuela companies of the university, and also for the program Opera on Wheels. I was also the conduc
Karla Urias is an experienced music teacher who offers private lessons to students of all ages and performance levels. This goal-oriented professional teaches singing, piano, opera voice, musical theater, music theory, music performance, audition prep, and more.
My philosophy is that learning music should be an enjoyable experience. Lessons should be like a therapeutic experience that enriches your life.
Music changes people's lives, and I've seen it happen. I have even seen improvement in my students with Autism. Learning to play an instrument can be one of the most rewarding things you can do in your life.
My favorite part about what I do is the beautiful relationships I have built with my students and their families.
My exposure to music began at the age of 9 when I began playing violin. In college I was involved in the vocal program an