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I could go on and on about how wonderful and talented Jeff is. I am a singer and he has done jobs for me that range from simple to incredibly (to me!) complex. Putting existing songs in different keys, notating/transcribing a song with accompaniment from only an audio/CD (four selections were Chinese Mandarin pop songs), writing obbligato lines for existing pieces, writing a full piano part to a melody line, and doing it all efficiently, economically and creatively. He can original write music in any style, and it's all beautiful. And he's a really nice guy! I worked with Jeff in the Desert Carolers quartets. He was an excellent mentor and one of my favorite colleagues.
Chad is a very accomplished singer/performer and vocal coach and is well educated in all aspects of vocal coaching. He coaches well in the proper care and use of using your voice in singing and encourages students to new levels of singing with a varied repertoire of music. He is an accomplished performer with styles such as Opera, Broadway tunes, Americana, "Oldies" and Pop.
Spending every Thursday evening taking music lessons with Leah was one of the best parts of my childhood. I began taking piano lessons when I was 6 years old and continued to take them until I graduated high school. Growing up, I learned so much from Leah about music theory, playing techniques, and life in general. Leah is one of the friendliest people I've ever had the pleasure of meeting, and I highly recommend her to anyone looking to take music lessons. She's supportive, creative, and constantly smiling. If I could give her more than 5 stars, I would!
Jena, is an amazing teacher, song writer and musician. She is always on time to her appointments, very dependable, knowledgable and talented.
I have been working with voice instructors for 30 years and Monique has taught me tricks with breathing and tongue position that not only challenge me but leave me feeling like I've had a physical work out. I would highly recommend her to anyone looking to increase vocal range and breath support.
Alexandra was on time and really worked with my daughter to engage her. the exercises were simple enough that my daughter could easily do them anytime.
Love her program. She has been wonderful working with our Grandson who takes voice lessons at her studio.
Are you seeking someone who offers singing lessons for beginners? This expert is a good choice. This professional singing instructor has over 10 years of field experience.
Everyone has a voice, but through perseverance, the voice blossoms. In my lessons, you will learn techniques as well as performance and most importantly, how to have fun with your voice. First lessons are free, second lessons are for $15.00 per hour for ages 5-9, $20.00 per hour for ages 10-18, and $25.00 per hour for ages 18 and above.
On my website I have several "stand outs" and I'm proud of my accomplishments. I feel that I deliver by encouraging everyone at any age that THEY CAN DO IT! I also let them know that it takes work and dedication. I am only the vessel that can suggest. It is still their practice and hard work that pays off.
We are a retail music shop for guitars, bass, banjo, mandolin, violin, saxophones, clarinets, voice and more. We also feature a fantastic lesson program staffed by amazing local professionals.
I work with each student individually to set achievable goals and create a fun, challenging curriculum. I have a distinct ability to convey musical knowledge to each student in the way that they will best understand. Being a certified yoga teacher, as well as personal trainer has taught me how to see what people need, and give it to them.
Fundamental Principles There's a line that Henry Higgins sings in My Fair Lady, when reminiscing about Liza Doolittle. It could apply not just to a person, but also to a voice -- indeed to all singers' voices: her joys, her woes, her highs, her lows. The voice, being an organic part of us, is subject to all the "joys and woes" that we humans are. Some days it's on; some days it's off -- just like its owner. Nevertheless we love, nurture, and work with what we have. How do you handle a singer? First and foremost, meet him or her with dignity, respect and a measure of gentleness and compassion. Teach and exemplify patience. Celebrate the students' accomplishments. It has been in my experience that when students feel accepted and in a safe place, they can be free to experiment with and develop their instrument. They truly do flourish. Pedagogical Principles * I believe in setting a series of short-term goals with each student, so that the progress we expect is attainable and measurable. * I believe in using a series of exercises that start out simply, enabling the individual to practice the rudimentary systems for healthy use of the voice freely and well. These exercises are geared toward encouraging the student to best "feel" their bodies and their voices from the inside as opposed to listening and trying to make other adjustments to good, pure and secure technical principles. These simple exercises also help to align the body, voice and mind in preparation for more vigorous singing. * Exercises of greater difficulty are then used, which carefully and methodically stretch the student's voice in all the necessary directions. They are frequently given an exercise CD, tailor-made for them, with which to practice the exercises daily. * I strongly believe in the use of the Vaccai book and vocal method but believe that it must be taught with great expertise and care. When done so, it is invaluable to a student's technical progress. The exercises, while short and accessible, provide numerous, important technical hurdles that when mastered, lead to measurable, appreciable vocal growth. Practical Observations I teach with the Italianate vocal school of breathing, placement, steadiness and evenness of tone. It seeks to achieve clarity and purity of vowels through the use of bel canto exercises which demand flexibility from all voice types. I guide students toward repertoire that is age-, temperament-, facility- and fach-appropriate. I instruct voice students in a safe and practical way to learn new music that is voice sparing but still technically advantageous. It is the way I still learn my own music. One must be able to pronounce/say all words well, translate well, learn all rhythms and notes quietly, speak the words in rhythm and with a legato treatment of vowels. Only after these aspects are in the command of the pupil should they begin to put their voice to it and begin to work technically and for style and interpretation. I believe that when the learning of a piece is broken down into smaller sections, one can fully concentrate on singing each in turn, and not on having to conquer all aspects of the whole piece at once. Attempting the latter can lead to faulty technique, which then must be unlearned. I employ a style that is gentle, but firm; always mindful of the highest of vocal and performance standards. When it comes to professional-level aspirations, I tend to leave no stone unturned in terms of a student's overall "package." My objective is to enable them to feel well prepared and confident in all aspects of their self-presentation, singing, auditioning and performing. Finally, I am well schooled in the care of the human voice. I have more than a few good workarounds for illnesses and know how to manage one's vocal "joys, woes, highs, and lows." I readily share my hard-earned knowledge and experience with my students in order that they might maintain healthy instruments and positive attitudes. New students enjoy a special introductory rate: three lessons for $150. I am located in Santa Barbara, CA.
I am a voice teacher/vocal coach with 17 years of experience working with private clients, as well as in classroom settings and for theater groups. I love my work and enjoy taking my clients' voices to levels they previously thought unreachable. My students range from six years of age through adult, and I work with beginners and advanced vocalists. If you are wanting to take your singing to the next level, I can help you get there.
I have a master's and bachelor's degrees in music. I've been playing guitar in many styles from blues to metal for over twenty years now. I have studied voice for over fifteen years and performed professionally in styles from classical to soul. I am a trained teacher, and I have helped beginning to intermediate students of all ages and backgrounds. I offer patient and comprehensive lessons which are personally tailored to each individual student's learning goals. Do you want to learn how to sing your originals while playing? I can help. Do you want to learn how to melt faces with a guitar solo? I can help with that too! I can even help you set up and record a good, pro-sounding demo CD. Hit me up.
I am 22 years old and I have been singing and taking voice lessons since age 13 when I began working with my local opera. I emphasize proper technique, as well as how to recognize keys and key signatures on the piano and basic solfege. Additionally, I can help prepare people for auditions and give feedback on their performance. I charge $20 for a half hour and $35 per hour. If you would like to work on a song, please bring a recording.
I still perform live...and Have my student join me when there ready...
I can help you gain skills in the following: * Rhythm acoustic guitar * Vocal performance * Trumpet performance * Personal computer skills * Basic Spanish skills
I teach private singing lessons as well as group classes for all ages and abilities and from beginning level to advance. I specialize in developing habits for long term vocal health and improvement, preparation for auditions, dealing with performance anxiety, and improving stage presence. I specialize in a diverse repertoire of vocal performance and have extensive experience in vocal coaching as well as leading vocals for a variety of music styles.
Teaching fundamentals for a reasonable rate! I can travel to you, and I have lots of experience with kids.
I am as independent of a musician as you will ever fine. I am completely self motivated, and my style is unique. If you're exclusively looking for a teacher to guide you through the standard classical approaches I'm probably not your guy, but if you're looking through a teacher who is knowledgeable and mindful of theory and technique while recognizing the value of exploration and playfulness in music I might be your right guy. My goal is to draw my students closer to their own creative passions.
My years of professional experience in both teaching and performing, with people from around the world, and a diversity of languages and cultures. My teaching style is tailored to the individuals specific needs . it is very detailed. I know how to truly listen and recognize what a person is seeking. and have keen sense of how to support that person in creating what it is they want from their lessons. So they can draw a sense of fulfillment and accomplishment from their training, their work and their investment :-) Helping and guiding people to find their own joy in their unique and individuated creativity. Seeing them express themselves with confidence. Being part of the journey as they learn to trust themselves and allow their inner light to shine, through whatever it is that they love doing.