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Dearborn Heights Singing Instructors

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  • 3 years in business
  • 41 hires on Thumbtack
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Alexis P.
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I loved the musical teacher she was such a sweetheart it was amazing. Although I would say that it's kinda pricey for singing lessons but oh well that's what happens when you decide to take them.

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Paper Bag Production
4.9
from 18 reviews
  • 27 years in business
  • 39 hires on Thumbtack
  • Top pro on Thumbtack
Denise M.
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I am taking voice lessons with a focus on musical theater from CJ. He is prompt and comes to my home (outstanding in the winter). He is talented, experienced and personable and I look forward to my lessons!

J-RO School of Music
4.8
from 29 reviews
  • 12 years in business
  • 59 hires on Thumbtack
Rachel W.
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Josh has a very warm, inviting and professional personality. I was scared to death of taking singing lessons but I decided to face my fears and just do it. Josh made the environment very comfortable. He was very patient, not judgmental, very informative. He helped me establish goals with my lessons and I could not be more excited to see where this journey takes me. Thanks again Josh!

Maestro Music Academy
4.9
from 7 reviews
  • 4 years in business
  • 28 hires on Thumbtack
Thumbtack Customer
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My daughter loved her trial lesson for voice. She felt very engaged with Ms. Rebecca. Place is very warm and child friendly.

Forte Music School
5.0
from 10 reviews
  • 12 years in business
  • 24 hires on Thumbtack
Sam M.
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We gave my Dad Jazz guitar lessons for Christmas. He is an experienced amateur guitar player who is 51 yr old and wants to take his playing to the next level. He is an engineer that needs to feed his creative side. He said it was the best gift ever! Thanks for all of your help!

The Fielder Studio of Music
5.0
from 11 reviews
  • 2 hires on Thumbtack
Gina P.
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I studied with Mrs. Fielder for four years. I started taking voice lessons when I was a freshman in high school and continued my voice lessons throughout all of high school. Not only did Mrs. Fielder get to know me as a student, but she really knew who I was as a person. My vocal technique improved substantially. I learned how to sing in classical, musical theatre, jazz, opera styles in a healthy way. If certain songs were not fitting my voice, she was flexible and I always felt comfortable telling her how I felt about the music I was singing. Mrs. Fielder is very knowledgable about the repertoire she finds for her students and about the voice. She teaches a wide range of students differing in age and gender. She taught me proper ways to not only sing, but to take care of my voice if it was tired from long rehearsals from school musicals, if I was sick, or vocally tired. She was supportive every step of the way; including solo and ensemble, school musical auditions, NATS, and college auditions. She encouraged me to love my own voice and be confident in all of my performances. I learned so much about musicality and myself as a human being. I am now minoring in music at Michigan State University. If it wasn't for Mrs. Fielder, I would not be the singer/performer I am today, let alone the confident woman I am today. She is an inspiration and you will be one lucky student if you have Mrs Fielder as your teacher.

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We offer music for all occasions. We provide piano, organ, vocal, and saxophone lessons. We also do piano tuning, organ repair, and instruments repair. We have a five-piece band.

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I love dance I have plenty of experience and I'm willing to show those who are dedicated to dance my special moves!

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I provide voice lessons and autoharp lessons. I'm classically trained, perform in a band called The Thornbills, and can teach a wide variety of vocal styles. I specialize in vocal harmony/ear training as well. I charge $25.00 per half hour and $45.00 for a full-hour lesson from my home. You need to add $10.00 if I travel.

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We offer very affordable private lessons from a senior of the Fraser Performing Arts Career Academy. We are specializing in voice, piano, music theory, and sight reading techniques. We charge $10 for half hour and $15 for full hour.

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I help people free their own voices and release the constriction that blocks expression. I have had students on both American Idol and The Voice. I work with every level of singer, the beginner from 8 years old to 70 and everyone in-between.

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My name is Anne and in 2008 I received my Bachelor's Degree in Music Education with a Vocal Emphasis from Oakland University in Rochester, MI. I have taught privately for four years. I hope to use my experience with performing solos and singing in a variety of ensembles and well as my knowledge of vocal technique, music theory, ear training and piano to best aid my students in improving their voices or beginning their piano study. I also hope to use my experience as a voice coach and my understanding of learning theories to best teach each individual. I have trained under some of the most prominent names in the metro-Detroit area, many of whom have performed around the world in opera and musical theatre productions. I have also performed in productions throughout the metro-Detroit area. I use many of the same methods that my voice teachers used on me, and that have allowed me to grow into a professional singer. I teach a classical method of vocal technique. The classical method is the foundation. It is up to the individual just how he or she would like to build on it. However, I have experience with a wide variety of genres, besides classical, and would be happy to impart this knowledge to my students. My goal is to provide high quality instruction to students of all ages in order to help them express themselves musically to the best of their ability. Voice: I am a kind and welcoming teacher! I understand that everyone's voice is personal and unique. I strive to bring out the best that your voice has to offer. I like to create a comfortable, but on task environment for my students. This is so that they will free to share their most precious instrument with me: their voice. I understand that students of voice need continued support to develop the vocal mechanism. The first lesson is not an audition, but a 'getting to know you' session. After completing some paperwork, we will get you started with what you came to me for- singing. On this first lesson we simply do a few vocal warm up exercises. This is so that I can get a feel for your voice and so that I will be able to create a personalized program tailored to your vocal needs. I may also ask you to sing a song that you already know- such as Jingle Bells- in both high and low keys so that I can get a sense of what songs would best suit your voice. Following this, if there is a song that you have worked on in your past singing experience, I would encourage you to bring it to this first lesson so that I can get even more of an understanding of where you are at vocally. Aside from the first day, the usual curriculum consists of theory, warm-ups, sight-reading, and repertoire. Music Theory is the study of music notation and the rules which govern composer techniques. Depending on the age and experience of the student, they will receive a theory book from which they will do lessons independently. We check these pages and go over any questions the student has at the beginning of the lesson. This is like the students music homework. Warm-ups are simple voice exercises that serve multiple purposes. The first is what the name implies: to warm up your voice. Much like when you warm up your muscles before exercising, your voice also needs to be warmed up. Second, this is a perfect opportunity to work on breathing, posture, tone and resonance, that you can then apply to all music you sing. Sight-reading is learning how to read music through the vocal instrument. With my help, I will teach you to sing music on a page just by looking at and understanding the musical notes. This is essential for singing. This helps to develop the ear and also allows you to understand the notes that are above the words that you are singing. My goal with this is that you will come to not need me at all- that you will be able to look at a piece of music and be able to sing it, with out any professional having to play or sing it for you. That being said, the majority of your lesson will be spent on learning actual music! As stated before, I teach a classical foundation. Many students find classical music to be more taxing when it comes to technique, which is what makes these songs perfect for improving technique. For those who wish to concentrate on musical theatre, we often concentrate our efforts equally on musical theatre and classical. For those who want to do popular styles, we usually do throw in a song of the students choosing every few weeks. This could be any genre- pop, jazz, rock, r&b. As you progress we will move to more challenging or unfamiliar repertoire. It is through new, interesting repertoire, that you will not only improve your voice, but also expand your horizons as you explore and perform new genres that you may not be familiar with. Piano: I will start you off with different method books depending on age and interests. I will insure that you get experience with composition, improvisation and listening along with theory, technique and performance training. I will also give you ample opportunities to perform through contests and community events, if you chose to do so. I hope that you will consider voice or piano lessons for yourself or for a family member or friend. I tailor lessons to individual students and will make them fun and worthwhile.

  • 1 year in business
  • New on Thumbtack
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I'm extremely patient and outgoing! I started teaching privately in June '17, and have crafted my pedagogy since but always kept a student-center philosophy. My experience with various age groups, instruments, and types of students means a large "tool-box" of skills by which to teach.

Wardell Music Studio
5.0
from 3 reviews
  • 5 hires on Thumbtack
Emily N.
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Kara is an excellent piano teacher to my nine year old. She knows how to bring out the best in her, how to keep her engaged and challenged, and she will modify her curriculum and teaching techniques to suit your child. We are thrilled with our daughters progress and confidence, and that is thanks to Kara.

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I am a Detroit-based singer/songwriter/arranger and producer. I've been teaching voice since high school where I began directing a 70-voice choir and singing in a traveling gospel group w/a fully-appointed band. Since then, I have been teaching others how to sing, as individual performers and in a group setting. Though my primary focus is working with choirs and praise teams, in a church setting, I also currently provide vocal instruction to individuals, groups/ensembles/praise teams, and choirs, covering areas such as: learning to sing melodies, learning to sing in harmony (from basic to complex), learning how to interpret songs/lyrics and to connect with an audience, learning how to sing ad-libs, learning how to perform duets and how to use proper placement of ad-libs. Proper breathing technique, rhythm, conducting/directing and working with musicians in a choir setting are also taught.

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