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account Shane Bingham
Shane Bingham
Georgia, United States of America
CommonTime user since Aug 2021
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languageEnglish
Artist Statement
I am music. I am my expressions of self unapologetically. I am not my past, but my past has taught me about who i've become. I am fully present in what the present is teaching me. I am confident in who I will be tomorrow because I love who I am today. I love being a creative... I love teaching others how to discover and harness their creativity. Being a creative allows us the opportunity to expand with the universe and continue to build and craft new worlds on any canvas we choose to paint on...
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Artist Profession and Specialisations
Instrumentalist
Electric Guitar, Guitar
Vocalist
Composer
Insturmental Arrangements, Music Creation, Creating Loops
Arranger
Music Engineer
World Music
Music Producer
Music Direction, Alternative, R&B, Rap, Hip Hop, Electronic, A cappella
Film Music
Rock Musician
Music Improvisation
How to Improvise
Music Mixing
Recording Artist
Style
Music Editor
Editing Software
Music Therapist
Performing Music, Creating, Music Psychology, wellness
Jingle Composer
Rap Artist
Vocalist, Composer
Pop Artist
Rock, R&B, Rap, Hip Hop
General Music
Skills, Music appreciation
Hip Hop
Session Formats and Fees
Meet and Greet arrow arrow
A short introductory session with the artist to help you decide if they are a good fit you and your learners. This session type can also be used to familiarise yourself with our session interface.
10 minutes | Free
Private Lesson arrow arrow
A private lesson with the artist to learn the technique of a craft. Suggested class size: 1 to 2 students.
30 minutes | $50
60 minutes | $100
90 minutes | $150
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An intensive session between the artist and a small group of advanced students or emerging professionals. The goal of a master class is to work learners through the technique, presentation, or analysis of a craft, and engage deeply in the mastery of an art form. A master class is 3 hours: a 2-hour master class with a 1-hour follow-up within 1 to 2 weeks of the masterclass to see how the participant(s) applied the guidance and feedback. Suggested class size: up to 8 students.
3 hours | $500
Please register as an Educator, Arts Organization or an Individual to book an Artist Session.