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I have been taking voice lessons from Karen for about a year and a half now and she is, by far, the best vocal coach I have had to date. She is extremely dedicated to her work and stresses the importance of good technique in every lesson. Karen is personable and has many connections within the local music industry so she always knows what competitions and auditions are being held in town. She encourages all of her students to further their talents in an extremely professional manner. Highly recommend!
Sandra is very professional motivates my daughter. I can notice the improvements in my daughter's voice after only 3 lessons.
I have been working with Kevin for a few months now and have really enjoyed my sessions. He is very flexible and really pays attention to my interests/style. I look forward to many more sessions and the ability to play a few songs with good skill in the future. I have done in-person lessons as well as video sessions and both have been great. It's nice to have the different options. Kevin is awesome!
Jillian has been wonderful. Shortly after she started teaching our 4-year old boy, my husband decided to take lessons as well. It's been such a fun process so far!
Ciara is wonderful! She's professional, approachable and overall she's great to work with. I'm excited to continue lessons with her.
Leslie is a great teacher, patient with me as a beginner and a great motivator. Looking forward to continuing my voice lessons with her.
I have been taking piano lessons from Ms. Bev for over 8 years now and she has been nothing but kind and helpful. I have learned music technique, history, and theory from her and I have improved greatly since I began taking lessons at the age of 8. She is very fun and incredibly passionate about music.
Maria Yerdon is an amazing teacher of both voice and piano. I have had experience with many music professionals, and taught both music and piano myself. It is Ms. Yerdon whom I seek out to further continue my own personal learning and development. Her passion for music is contagious and she conveys that to each and every student, no matter their experience level. It is energizing to learn from her, because she has a way of communicating hard to understand concepts in a way that makes them achievable to master. I value her as both a teacher and mentor.
I have always wanted to sing but never really had the chance. She is very flexible with time and the singing lessons are amazing and fun! We do fun activities to warm up our voices and I feel very comfortable around her. She does a wonderful job and I really enjoy taking lessons from her! ❤️❤️❤️
I immediately felt a change in my voice after just a few lessons with Ms. Karen. She is an excellent teacher, and works very professionally. With her guidance, I have expanded my range greatly and have learned many different styles of singing. I have been able to work out certain "kinks" in my voice that I'd had for ages as well. Last November, I gained a superior rating at the district Solo and Ensemble festival-- which I could not have gotten without Karen's valuable help and experience. Additionally, I have received a part in my school's musical with her assistance for my audition piece. I am very comfortable around her and I put much trust into her work. She is a very kind woman, and I feel like I can achieve anything with my voice because of her. Karen cares so much for all of her students and I am extremely gracious that I have Ms. Karen for a teacher.
Kevin has an amazingly obvious love for music and for his students as well. His high energy and good humor, makes students of any level feel comfortable and relaxed. Not only is he a phenomenal singer, he has a great talent for understanding what your overall goals are with your lessons. He knows the voice and I think that is the strongest quality in a vocal teacher. Thank you Kevin, you are wonderful to work with.
The best school in the Orlando area. I was having a very hard time finding a music teacher to come and give lessons to my children for both piano and guitar. I live way out in Windermere and no one would come out this way. Elite Music Instruction had one teacher that teachers both guitar and piano, so it made this whole thing even easier. I recommend Elite Music Instruction to all my fiends and to you too.
Music of the Heart School of Music offers very affordable Music Lessons. Percival Wallace is a very devoted piano & voice instructor with a lot of patience. Working with Percival Wallace as a Guitar Instructor has been a great experience.
We offer the following: - Vocal Lessons (Strength and Maintenance) - Audition Preparation (Working on Specific Audition Pieces) - Acting - Audition Preparation (Monologue Work)
I love teaching piano and coaching vocal students! Music is amazing! I have great success with all my students! I guarantee a learning experience that you'll love!
I am a senior musical theater major at The University of Tampa! I am home for the summer in Orlando, and I am ready to share my talents with kids who are passionate about singing and acting. "Positivity promotes creativity" is a mantra that I have stuck with for a very long time that I feel best represents what I have to share with people and students around me. I am here to provide positive insight and guidance to any child who wants to get better at singing and/or acting. Whether your child has an upcoming audition or just wants to get help on singing musical theater, pop, rock, country or jazz, I would love to help him/her get better and be the best that he/she can be. If you are interested, please contact me!
After 30 years of requests for voice lessons, tenor Tim Kaufman is now offering his expertise in teaching. From the Orlando Magic to the Washington Redskins Tim has traveled across America and around the world using his vocal talents. He is trained in the art of Bel Canto which allows him and students to sing in any style they choose. Don't let the price scare you away. Why drive a pinto when you can drive a luxary vehicle?
I am a high school choral, piano and theater teacher who has studied the arts at the post-secondary level. I thoroughly enjoy all aspects of the performing arts, and I strive to instill a passion for the performing arts within my students.
~ VOICE/MUSIC THEORY LESSONS IN YOUR HOME!!! ~ Berklee College of Music graduate offering private voice and music theory lessons - All ages and levels are welcome!!! Rate = $25-$35/hr (depending on distance traveled to your house) If you are interested in this training either for you or a family member/friend, please feel free to reply with information about you or them, and you'll receive a response within 24 hrs!! Here are some guiding questions: - How old are you? - How long have you been singing/playing? - What is your educational background in music? (i.e.: Have you taken theory courses before, are you a musician by ear, etc.) - Instruments you play - Do you own a piano/keyboard? - In what area of Orlando do you live? - What do you expect to get out of these lessons? Classes are offered on weekends and can be scheduled Fridays 4:30pm-8:30pm, Saturdays 9:00am-8:00pm, and/or Sundays 9:00am-8:00pm. Students usually get the most out of these lessons if they take at least one class per week, and they may last anywhere from 30 minutes to a few hours, especially if the student is preparing for a vocal performance (i.e.: talent shows, voice competitions, etc.). ***Guitar and piano lessons are also offered for voice students interested in learning self-accompaniment*** Looking forward to hearing from you!!! :)
Mr. & Mrs. Fleck both received Bachelor of Music degrees plus one year's study toward their Masters (on full fellowship) at the renowned Eastman School of Music, Rochester, NY and both received the coveted Performers Certificate from that institution. Mrs. Fleck studied there as a younger student in the Preparatory Department of ESM as a budding concert pianist. The lure of New York City proved too strong for them to complete their masters degree....Bill was invited to join the Metropolitan Opera Studio...the touring wing of the parent company...and both he and Lynne went on to establish themselves as talented professional performers for several years in NYC before being invited to relocate to San Francisco to join Western Opera Theater, again, a touring company associated with the San Francisco Opera Company....they've both done a bit of touring! When those engagements were terminated (nobody stays with WOT more than three years) and a faculty position opened up at CSU, Sacramento, Bill applied and was appointed as assoc. Professor of voice and opera at that school. When his professional engagements took him out of town, Lynne was a natural choice to provide the students with the instruction they needed....the students actually benefitted from the slightly different perspective of soprano and bass-baritone voice examples. As all good things do, the job came to an end because of the lack of an advanced degree and the Flecks moved once again, this time to the Boston area where Bill had established himself as a regular with the famed Boston Opera under Sarah Caldwell and also where he secure a position as voice/opera teacher at the University of Lowell. When he got too busy with rehearsals at the Boston Opera, guess who again filled the gap left by his absence....you got it...Lynne! Well, after a few years went by, Bill was tapped to join the Metropolitan Opera as a regular artist, meaning that he performed several times a week in both supporting and featured roles, while "covering"....read "standing by"...for the lead roles which were performed by international stars. Lynne had quite a number of piano students coming to their home in Ridgefield, CT during this period. They just recently moved from CT to New Smyrna Beach where they will not miss, one bit, the ice and snow of New England
Vocals Learn to scream (metal) without damaging vocals. Learn to sing aggressively (rock) without damaging vocals. Learn to sing in key, and harmonize (and how to "dub" vocals) with your own voice or another vocalist (pop). Learn warm-up exercises, proper control, how to transition from your "chest" voice to your "head" voice through slides and deliberate melodic changes. Guitar Learn rhythm guitar acoustic or electric Learn to shred electric leads or subtle fluid legato acoustic leads and everything in between Learn how chords are built and structured with respect to key Learn scales and modes and how to improvise over a progression Songwriting Learn how songs are structured and how to write a memorable "hook" Learn how to add "depth" to a song with leads and various arrangements Learn how to create a vocal melody with respect to the key of the song Learn how to manipulate syllables to incorporate words into songs