Our selection of this week's best teachers. Find your teacher
Alice is professor at The University of Missouri and shares her vast experience as soloist, chamber, and orchestral musician to help you from technique to finding your muse.View teacher
Sarah is assistant to Reinhold Friedrich at Karlsruhe University and a truly passionate and motivating, friendly teacher. Her pupils range from 5-60 years.View teacher
The principal flute of the Munich Philharmonic is a fantastically motivating teacher, ready to help with technical, musical issues as well as audition training.View teacher
Evan teaches Jazz at Berkeley and the California Jazz Conservatory and was grammy-awarded with The Turtle Island Quartet. Whether fiddle, gypsy jazz or blues - with Evan you'll discover an entirely new musician within yourself.View teacher
The Principal Clarinet Swedish Radio Symphony and previous Principal Clarinet of Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra is a highly praised teacher, giving Masterclasses all around Europe and sharing his vast experience and passion for the clarinet.View teacher
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“I had a lot of fun, but I also believe I improved even with just one meeting. After the lesson and some practice, my band conductor even gave me a compliment on my oboe playing!”
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