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They found the perfect match for my daughter's voice lessons teacher!
My shy 14 year old daughter has been taking lessons with Arlys for several months. Arlys keeps my daughter focused with a sense of playfulness and fun. I have watched my daughter's singing confidence grow. I highly recommend Arlys for voice lessons.
Amazing! So much more than any simple music lessons.
My daughters love piano and voice lessons with Michael Kullik
my experience with piano lessons with Ms Diane are fun and amazing...
She is very nice and worked really well with my 12 year old daughter. Hired her for more lessons.
CJ is an amazing teacher. My daughter has been with her for almost two years now and she keeps completing her method books and moving on to the next. CJ is kind, pleasant, and a wonderful musician and has helped my daughter to become very good at the piano.
Mary is a very patient teacher. It is nice that she has her business in her home. It makes it feel more quaint. Her lesson cost is reasonable. She makes learning enjoyable through her coaching. I would highly recommend Mary for anyone of any age for piano lessons.
Amanda is an excellent teacher. Unfortunately I had to stop lessons for personal reasons but will definitely go back to her when I can.
My teenage daughter began voice lessons 2 years ago and almost immediately saw improvement with tone, breath control and musicality. She has gained almost an octave in her range. Angela has supported her outside of lessons by attending her school vocal events and has been very encouraging.
Laura is very skilled about both the anatomy of the voice and technique. She has a beautiful voice and works with each individual to help them achieve their best. She is very flexible as to style and teaches the individual tools for them to rely on.
Candis and her team do a great job for music lessons!
I am a professional vocalist in the Twin Cities who also has a knack for academics. I have been tutoring students in music, math, writing, and Spanish since my high school years, and my bachelor's in music, anthropology, and psychology from Macalester College has only further fueled my passion for teaching.
As a professional voiceover artist, I work from my home-based, fully equipped digital studio voicing promos, liners/tags, radio/TV commercials, corporate narration, documentary and e-learning/educational web-based projects and voicemail systems. My voice has been described by many as real, warm, strong, gravelly, and neighborly. Turnaround times are 24 hours with the ability to delivery files in any format. I look forward to working with you. Contact me for a quote.
I serve both adults and children and teach piano and voice and acting lessons. I specialize in preparing students to audition for choirs or theater productions. I especially love teaching piano to older adults. I have been an actor and a singer, singing with the Minnesota Opera Company for many years.
I can teach people how to sing, play guitar and viola. I can provide 30-minute to an hour-long lessons, and I travel to you or you travel to me.
I am an experienced teacher of 30 years, with a master's degree in music education. I am an MMTA member and with award-winning students. I have studied with some of the best teachers in the Midwest. Private music lessons in my home and opportunity to participate in ensembles are given.
I have a fun learning environment and strong lesson plans that provide a positive experience for people of all ages.
I am one of the most skilled and accomplished guitarists in the country. You can see me on you tube at: scott fraser guitar.
Little Abundance Lessons provides education in a wide range of musical skills to beginner and intermediate students looking to expand their horizons. Whether you need guitar, drums, ukulele, bass guitar, piano, or vocal lessons, Little Abundance will design a custom approach each month to assure your progress. There has never been a limit to the things we can learn about music. Music Theory alone is an abundance of information. Yet no matter how much we learn, there's little we can say to properly describe our passion for music. I can only hope to pass part of that passion on to others. The following things are what to expect as a student with Little Abundance Lessons: 1. Being treated as an individual, with unique desires and needs 2. Progress with physical and intellectual control of your instrument 3. Motivation to practice (and love practice) 4. Excitement for your next lesson
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