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About Me: I believe in a well-rounded music education including basics such as technique, theory, reading, and rhythm. These are the building blocks to further studies in all musicalread more...
Education: Performance / Jazz Studies (MM), University of North Texas 
About Me: I am a patient, dedicated and enthusiastic teacher who strives to make learning to play the guitar fun and exciting. Your musical goals will drive the design of the lessons.read more...
Education: Bachelor of Music Jazz Guitar Performance (BM), Manhattan School of Music 
About Me: I have lots of experience teaching beginning, intermediate, and advanced students, as well as professional performers. I am patient and detail oriented, and I communicateread more...
Education: Performance Diploma in Piano Perfromance (MM), Hartt School of Music 
About Me: The Important Stuff: I believe that every student "teaches" him or herself. The instructor is merely a guide to discovering the voice that speaks from within all of us. Itread more...
About Me: Professional musician/educator, composer, producer. Professional engagements with Jazz Duos, Trios, Quartets, and Big Bands, Show Bands, Pit Bands, Orchestras, Pop, Rock,read more...
Education: Bachelor of Music Jazz Performance (BM), William Paterson University 
About Me: I was born and raised in Brooklyn NY and when the 60s rolled around I immediately became hooked on The Beatles, Dylan, The Stones, The Kinks, The Hollies, The Young Rascals,read more...
Education: Music Theory (BA), Long Island University 
About Me: KARISA M. (Soprano), a native of Ohio, studies under Prof. Elem Eley and Christopher Arneson at Westminster Choir College of Rider University in Princeton, New Jersey whereread more...
Education: Master of Music in Voice Performance and Pedagogy (MM), Westminster Choir College 
Education: Music (AA), County College of Morris 
About the Piano
Upright pianos, also called vertical pianos, are more compact because the frame and strings are placed vertically, extending in both directions from the keyboard and hammers.