To all potential students,
I believe that my education in vocal technique and my 10+ years of performing either solo or with an ensemble can be an asset to you.
I’ve had 3 years of formal vocal training from High School and College, have studied music theory as a music major in college, and am well versed in a wide variety of music, whether it be disco, musical theater, R&B, and rock. With all that I teach, there ... See more
I'm a junior and currently pursing a degree in engineering with dual minors in computer science and mathematics. I am passionate about math and like to attend math conferences as well as participate in my schools math club. I enjoy teaching and explaining things to others.
A scientist with over 10 years of laboratory experience, working in environmental industrial medical and research laboratory settings. Tutoring experience at SUNY Potsdam, SUNY Oswego, and Skidmore College. Library setting is preferred. Subjects General Chemistry, Pre-Calculus, and Environmental Science.
Hello! Originally from Boston, MA, I moved to NYC in 2011 to study Mathematics and Music at New York University, graduating in 2015. I began privately tutoring math and music theory while in college, and since graduating I have worked as a professional tutor both privately and for several companies throughout the city. My specialties include Mathematics, English and Writing, Spanish, Study Skills, General Homework Help and Music Theory. I strive to enable all students to reach their academic potential, ... See more
I am a communications art major specializing in English, Literature, Music, History, Financial Literacy, Bible, and Test Prep! Taking students of any age. I love seeing kids grasp concepts that used to give them a hard time. It's so fulfilling to know that someone is more equipped to succeed in life partially due to my help. I believe I can offer a fun an relaxed environment that makes it easy to learn.
Computer consultant, small business owner, and friend. I've lived life with a passion for learning and teaching anything I've learned. As a slow student myself, I understand a little extra help from a passionate teacher, mentor or role model, goes a long way.
Hi my name is Zachariah. I graduated from The University of Buffalo in 2013, my area of expertise is Geoscience and Geography and mapping. I am also quite knowledgeable in a number of other areas. I'm kind of new to tutoring but I looking forward to helping people in meaningful way with this site. Thank you.
My specialty is vocal instruction. I also teach Ukulele, guitar, piano, theory, and musicianship. Math: basic through beginning algebra is also a strength. After determining your primary objective, my approach to teaching is to begin with fundamentals. A strong foundation is key to true comprehension. That being said, my aim is to keep learning fun and engaging.
Let's work with clear goals and targets.
There are not shortcuts to become a great player but if you take lessons you can save a lot of time, don't waste your time doing things wrongly, I can help you reach your goals.
1) We will work on your technique and you will be able to play anything you want. These are some of the techniques that I can help you to master: Alternate Picking, Economic Picking, Hybrid Picking, ... See more
I have a PhD in Musicology (Music & History), in addition to an MA in World Literature specializing in Japanese Literature. Raised in Japan, I am bilingual in both written and spoken Japanese. I have over 10+ years of teaching experience at the University-level, in addition to tutoring experience. If you are looking for help with polishing your written assignments, or preparing for an exam, I can help you get the results you are striving for! I am friendly, approachable, ... See more
Do you want to join a band? Does something about playing the guitar and making music with people that share the same passions intrigue you? No matter how old or young you are it’s never too late to learn an instrument. Private guitar tutors can make all the difference. Working with a guitar tutor can be so much fun and rewarding. Learn to enjoy and play all sorts of music like jazz, R&B, blues, pop, rock, and classical styles. Guitar tutoring can help students keep up with their bandmates or get in touch with their musical side. Every student wants different things from guitar lessons but our tutor will help them narrow it down. For instance, a student might want to learn the electric guitar and be in a band but discover that they actually enjoy the acoustic guitar much better. When you find a guitar tutor they will make sure you or your child get the most out of each and every session.
The guitar is one of the first instruments that any musician should learn, so it is a great start for your child. Playing the guitar is a tough instrument to learn but it can set the foundation for a career as a future musician. If your child learns from one of our music theory tutors, they will start to see improvement and begin to enjoy playing. This will set them up to potentially work in the music business later on in life. Once they realize they like playing the guitar as they get older they might dive into other instruments and it all starts with what they have learned with one of our tutors. There are plenty of chances that will be opened up to your child once they start working with a HeyTutor tutor.
If your student is in high school and wants to join the band, playing guitar can be incredibly challenging. In most high school bands they only have a small number of guitar players so you have to be the best, especially if you are enrolled in a school with a fantastic band. If this is the case, and your child is worried about their status within the band they have probably told you “I need a guitar tutor.” When they have this realization they will be able to start learning the necessary skills to make sure they are in their school band. There are a plethora of benefits to playing in a school band and one of them is the opportunity to get a scholarship. If your student wants this to happen they have to be not only the best at their school but also the best within the pool of thousands of applicants. Working with a one-on-one guitar tutor will put them in the best spot to reach their goals and become the guitar player they aspire to be one day.
If high school band is not what you are into but simply want to join a band, you know that you need to get better each day. Practicing each day is something that is imperative to the growth of any musician, but if you are in school or any other activities it might be something that slowly stops being a priority. Not because you don’t want it to be, but being in high school can be overwhelming as is not to mention balancing your outside band. A “guitar tutor near me” or “guitar tutoring near me” will keep you honest and make sure you put in the time no matter what else you have going on.
Sometimes you just need someone to push you and make sure you are putting in the work to make sure you are getting better. Because when you practice you want to make sure it is focused on improving your skills, not just messing around and doing what you are already great at doing. Our tutors will be able to critique you and pinpoint your weaknesses so that you progress each session. This way when you rehearse with your band and start doing live shows you will see the results you need to consider yourself a serious musician. Learning to play guitar later on in life can help you get rid of stress in an artistic manner. Or if you work in music but never learned how to play guitar, working with a music tutor can help you learn the basics so you can add on to your repertoire. Our tutors do not care where you are on your journey to learn the guitar, they just want to help you reach that goal.
Hello! I received my Bachelor's in Industrial and Systems Engineering from Georgia Tech, and my Master's in Applied Mathematics and Statistics from Johns Hopkins, where I was a TA for two years in various statistics and probability courses. I also have extensive experience using R and Visual Basic for Excel, if you need programming help.
I am currently a PhD student in Industrial Engineering at Northwestern, and I do a little freelance consulting, but that does mean my ... See more
I'm a UCLA grad (magna cum laude) with years of interdisciplinary experience specializing in approachable and engaging tutoring.
I've worked in in criminal law, screenwriting, SAT/ACT test prep, and even UCLA graduate student program admissions (shh, don't tell!)
I'm passionate about teaching, and I'm known for my fun, engaging tutoring style and my ability to adapt to my students' needs. Whether you need a tutor to walk you through the basics or push you ... See more
I’m a cantor, musician, music producer and a rabbinical student. I’m a leader in the Polish nu-klezmer scene and together with my group perform Yiddish and Hebrew songs, as well as songs of own authorship written on biblical and rabbinic motifs. Since 2009, together with the band, I have performed many times in different countries in Europe - Poland, Sweden, Germany, Ukraine and Romania. I have recorded two CDs and produced two music videos. While living in Poland, ... See more
Born and raised in Santa Monica, I have a cherished relationship with my music community. To me, music is my escape into another world, and it is something that has allowed me to enjoy life with a newfound presence - living life in the moment. I enjoy helping others find their passion in music and I enjoy helping other people achieve their music goals with a good understanding of technique and the paths that lead to musical freedom.
Violin is ... See more
I tutor for a variety of standardized tests, academic subjects, and general study skills. My primary specialty is the SAT & ACT, with 14 years of experience working with several of the largest test prep agencies, various smaller agencies, and as a private tutor. I've helped many students get accepted to Ivy Leagues and prestigious schools, and hope to help you do the same.
Working with me, you'll get:
1-on-1 tutoring sessions, catered to students' specific strengths ... See more
I will be certified with the Association for Applied Sport Psychology as a Mental Performance Consultant this summer. I specialize in helping you to understand learning through mastery, effective motivation, building confidence, how to properly structure goals, and develop mental skills to deliver your best performance! These skills learned in sport translate into academic performance settings and anything that demands your best (music, dance, drama, chess, speech, etc.).
I use my formal education and experience in mental performance during my ... See more
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Well versed in Microsoft tools. I have also taught for 6 years both in the US and abroad, teaching Algebra 1 and 2, PE, Science, Chemistry, English and Music. I have coached both Volleyball and Basketball, as well.
Greetings! I hold a PhD in Musicology (2017). I have been tutoring a variety of academic subjects for 6 years. From novice students to graduate students, I know exactly what your professors want.
I have taught Music Theory and Musicianship, Music History, World Music, Music Appreciation, and Composition.
I have worked closely as a teacher assistant to courses such as: History of Popular Music, Introduction to Jazz, Music of Israel, and Introduction to Film Music.
The two most ... See more
My name is Claudia and I am a tutor for English/Reading, Writing, Math, Pre-Algebra, Polish, Spanish, Piano, Flute, and Art. ?✏️???? I teach K-9 grade but know many subjects!
I teach both Piano and Flute. I've been playing piano for at least 9 years and been playing the flute for 6 years. I am a high school student which makes me a more comfortable teacher to many kids as I can relate to them in many ... See more
Becoming part of a band comes with many benefits like getting new friends and being able to share a passion with similar people that are inspired in the same way as you. To get to where you want to be you have to work hard with the right tutor. Private lessons are for anyone who wants to learn a new instrument in the right way. They are even for students who are already experienced. A private tutor can help excel your child’s musical talents and set them up for more musical possibilities in their future. They can help turn you into a balanced musical superstar. You can discover what new music to learn and what the different styles are in the industry. Another benefit of working in a one to one environment is that students learn the fundamentals of playing more quickly and precisely. HeyTutor has a network of guitar tutors that are ready to help build a solid foundation with your child. Our general music tutors will work with your schedule and help you reach your guitar playing goals.
As a young child learning, a guitar comes with both pros and cons. Of course, the natural pro is that they will potentially pick up and instrument that they will be able to play for the rest of their life. However, if they are not taught the right way or in an ideal environment, they might not learn at all. Being in a group guitar session is not ideal for anyone, let along children. There are several interruptions and it is impossible for the teacher to give all of the students the attention they need to truly learn the instrument. When you work with one of our tutors your child will be matched up with an experienced professional who also has a background in tutoring. What happens more often than not is that tutors will be able to play very well but they cannot teach. At HeyTutor our tutors can do both, which puts your child in the perfect position to learn the fundamentals and much more.
If you are in a high school band or just in a band that you started with your friends, you already have the basics but need to get more advanced. When you work with one of our tutors you will be working with an individual who has experience as a professional musician. They know what it takes to have a successful band and what you need to know in order to maintain success or get your foot in the door. They will asses where you are on the spectrum of guitar playing and teach you based on the skills you have. This will help your weaknesses become even stronger so that you can be an all-around guitar player so that you can actually start taking your career seriously. Being in the music industry is one of the toughest things that you can do, but it is not impossible. But in order to reach that level of success to have your guitar playing abilities pay for your lifestyle, you need to truly be one of the best. Our guitar tutors can help you reach that level while also giving you wisdom on how to make it. You will be getting more than just a tutor when you work with a HeyTutor tutor you will also be getting a musical mentor.
Picking up the guitar as you age does not have to be something that intimidates you. As a matter of fact, it can be a fantastic way for you to express yourself artistically. But learning by yourself is challenging and group sessions are not ideal. Private tutoring sessions put you in the best position to learn and hold on to those essentials you need to really thrive. Our tutors will teach you and make sure you remember, which does not happen when you are in a group with several other students. But they will also build a practice schedule around your personal schedule and your skillset. Because if you truly want to succeed you have to put in the work even when your tutor is around. When you get one of our personalized gameplans you will start to see that progression you hoped for when you signed up. So reach out to one of our reps and let them set you up with an uber-talented guitar tutor who can bring the inner rockstar out of you.
I’ve been looking for a classical guitar instructor for a while and I’m very happy to have found Max. He’s very knowledgeable, patient and a fantastic instructor.