As a musician I have performed with Rhianna, Lionel Richie, Ricky Martin, Chris Brown, Kimbra and Vernon Reid (Living Colour).
I was ranked one of the ‘Top 20 Millennium players’ by ‘Drumscene magazine.
I have appeared in ‘Modern Drummer’ (U.S.A), Rhythm (U.K), Percussion (Italy), and ‘Newsbeat (Canada) magazines.
One of my biggest achievements was performing with Australia’s number 1 artist Vanessa Amorosi at the ‘Grand Final’ in front of 100,000 people. Also sharing the bill with ‘Men at Work’ and ‘INXS’.
Hello, my name is Carlos, I’m from Madrid Spain, I’m 29 years old and I’m a piano teacher. Recently graduated from Berklee College of Music, I have more than 10 years of experience teaching piano to people of all ages. Due to the pandemic, I started to give my classes online via zoom, and the result is just as satisfactory. Do you want to learn to play the piano? Contact me
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I am a drummer, music educator, and producer from San Diego, California. My first encounter with music happened when I was a kid. My family and I moved into a house with a piano, and I taught myself how to play.
In High School, I joined the concert band percussion section, which was the beginning of my passion for drums. Even though I had a later start than the rest of my classmates, that did not stop me from chasing my dreams. Practicing non-stop to catch up to the level of the section and taking private drum lessons really helped out.
By the time I was 18 years old, I had gone to community college originally as a business major but found myself uninterested and decided to study music technology. That same year I joined my first female rock band and performed many gigs. Over time, those experiences helped me develop an ear for creating beats and producing music.
Even though I specialize in playing and teaching drums, I have an associate’s degree in music technology and a Bachelor’s in Music Production from Berklee College of Music.
I am currently in The Pumps, a pop-rock band with all female members. In addition, I do freelance session drum work and perform gigs for bands needing a drummer. Over the past few years, I have built a big audience on her social media and have made numerous connections.
Hi there. I am professional musician born in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
Besides being a professional Guitar player, I am also a Viola Player in an Opera House´s Symphony Orchestra in Buenos Aires.
I have also studied Classical Guitar, Violin, Piano, Composition, and Orchestral Conducting in my country`s national conservatory. But I am primarily a pop music player, and I love Pop/Rock music.
I have toured worldwide playing music as a guitar player, arranger, and violin player.
My specialty is fingerpicking guitar, and it is in that topic I can help you better achieve your complete skills and develop your talent.
You can see some videos of me playing below in the Discover more about me section.
I am a classically trained pop/R&B and Latin vocalist, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist with a double bachelor’s degree in music education and vocal performance from Berklee College of Music. I am also a published children’s author. My goal is to make a difference through doing what I love and showing the world that blind people are as capable as everyone else. I hope to inspire future generations to pursue their dreams and be successful in the same way that I have, because I know that anything is possible, and giving up is never an option. As an artivist and music educator, I will be able to make a difference by using my reach as a Puerto Rican Spanish speaker to crush stereotypes by sharing my experiences across cultures and doing what has not been done while advocating for all of the communities I represent. I aim to be the first blind Latina artist at the forefront of the Latin music industry. I am confident that I can lead, I can achieve, and Ican be the one who alters the way people see.
Juan Camilo Arboleda is a Grammy-nominated composer/arranger/orchestrator. He got his music degree with a master’s in musical composition from the Pontificia Universidad Javeriana in 2009. Since then he has worked on feature films, video games, and TV. He has also worked with top artists making arrangements for live concerts and CD releases.
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My mother was a high school music teacher. Thanks to her, I was introduced to music at a very young age. But despite all of her efforts and encouragement, I wasn’t very interested in music initially. Instead, like any young man from a small, rural town in Eastern Canada, I had big dreams of playing professional sports. I was around 10 years old when I finally decided to give music a try and started to play drums and classical percussion. A couple of years later, my favorite uncle gave me a mixtape of songs from some of his favorite recording artists like Miles Davis, Weather Report and UZEB. Some of you Gen Z’s out there may not recognize all of these names, but neither did my friends at the time. But the point is, I took one listen to that mixtape and I was hooked. I suddenly realized how exciting music could be. These guys were killing it. They were playing fast, loud and I had never heard anything like it in my young life. What I also realized was that if you just close your eyes and listen carefully, you can be totally transported by music, transported to imaginary worlds. Simply listening to the music gave me a real interest in it, and that’s when I started dreaming of a potential career.
I think I was around 13 years old when I did my first recording session. I was playing bass and drums on a local commercial jingle. Since then, I’ve had the opportunity to perform, record and collaborate with some of the most acclaimed artists of the French Canadian and European music scene. I’ve even played with some of my heroes. Remember I mentioned UZEB earlier? I actually got to play with these guys and other Jazz giants from Montreal and Europe! That’s the power of music!
Following my years of being a professional musician in Montreal, I was offered the job of Musical Director for a big circus production called Cavalia Odysseo. For 7 years (1700+ shows) I enjoyed traveling North America with incredible artists from around the world, sharing the music of the show with millions of spectators in major cities across the U.S., Canada and Mexico. And most importantly, I got to play music every day with incredible musicians who became like brothers and sisters to me. One of the most unique aspects of music is that it brings together a global community. Learning music, for me, has been about a lot more than acquiring the skills. It brings you into a world filled with fascinating people from all around the world and from all walks of life. This is what I treasure most about music.
I am a classical musician of over 20 years gone Nightlife and Event DJ.
Growing up I had dreams of teaching my love of music and performing.
I attended Mason Gross School of the Arts at Rutgers University for Music Education and Music Performance. Though I had wonderful opportunities and had many great performance experiences around the world, I also had a life changing realization. I no longer wanted to pursue my dream of being a music teacher like the many that inspired my love for my entire life.
Fast Forward to post-college and I had nothing. I had no job or any prospects to do anything with my life.
It was the art of DJ’ing that helped me rediscover my love of music. What was once a thing I very rarely dabbled in as a kid (Not many people had access to gear!), became the main tool used to express anything and everything I ever wanted to feel. Music became fun again.
Not only was I able to do something that was fun and enjoyable, but I was able to do it for a living.
I was a DJ almost every night for over 10 years after that.
As a DJ, I didn’t just learn about how to mix and scratch, and sample. I didn’t just learn a lot of useful computer skills. I didn’t just learn about how to brand myself and get booked. I learned about how to make peace with my surroundings and with myself. That is the true art. DJ’ing is you and you are the DJ.
As an instructor at Music 4 Humans, I hope to influence the DJ’s of today, tomorrow, and beyond to not be discouraged by today’s state of the nightlife. There are plenty of mediums to play online, as well as in the private event sector, and I am certain nightlife will come back as awesome as it always has been. I was just so lucky and fortunate to have gotten to do a little bit of everything in my career as a professional. And no matter what your goal is as a DJ, I hope that it helps you learn and grow. Now is a great opportunity to learn this art form, and I look forward to sharing my experiences to help you become the DJ you’ve always wanted to become.
I was born in Vargas, Venezuela, began to study violin at the age of 7 years old.
I have studied in the Latin American Violin Academy in Caracas, Vzla with the Master Francisco Del Castillo. I have a Title as a violin performance from Simon Bolivar Conservatory of Music. I also received my Associate degree in Soloist Violin performance.
I played during 5 years as member of 1st Violin of the Simón Bolívar Symphony Orchestra of Venezuela under conduction of Gustavo Dudamel and Diego Matheuz. I have participated in differents International and National Tours.
I had the opportunity to performance with important international conductors as a Simon Ratle, Maxime Pascal, Christian Vasquez, Dick Van Gasteren.
I Played in different masterclasses with extraordinaries Masters as a Guy Braunstein, Thibault Vieux and Alexis Cardenas.
In 2021 I received a special mention in the Medici International Competition.
Hello, my name is Daniel, I am a Venezuelan tuba player and teacher currently living in the United States. I am experienced from large ensemble playing to smaller chamber and soloistic, I’ve held the principal chair in a full-time job, I am also an experienced teacher I have worked with students ranging from beginners to advanced, some of my students have won professional and youth orchestra auditions in Latin America, and some have gotten into college-level schools in the United States and Europe. I’ll be happy to help you to improve and answer all your questions to the best of my ability.
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