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I had my diagnostic session with Gene yesterday, and I'm so thrilled to be working with him! He found my trouble spots with the first 10 minutes, and had me do some exercises to correct them so my brain/body could start to grasp the concept. I've taken voice lessons before, but this is the first time I actually felt like it was targeted at my specific needs. He's funny, insightful, and easy to work with! I'm excited to think about where my voice can go!
Big Chirp was very helpful and speedy in finding a qualified person to teach voice lessons to our grand daughter. However, the child's mom is not ready to have lessons for her daughter--so we just have to wait until she is ready.
Laura was very professional and high in value to my daughter Victoria‘s needs and understanding and outgoing to help Victoria in her voice lessons and open to what Victoria’s interests are In the song she is Interested in I highly recommend her for any student job well done
I have enrolled my 6 year old for violin lessons with Dolce Studio. Two Lessons and my son has taken a liking to the instrument and the teacher Ms.Emily is so encouraging & supportive. She knows how to draw out my son who can be very reluctant to try in the face of a difficult task. Thanks to the wonderful Brenda Bedell for all the initial ground work in setting up the violin teacher for us! Highly recommend the studio for music lessons.
I've taken 6 voice lessons with Kylah and couldn't be happier. As someone who was very self concious about my singing abilities she has created a very comfortable learning envrionment. The progress we have made in 6 lessons has been awesome.
Tara is a fantastic vocal coach! She is very knowledgeable of her craft and has practical, real-world experience as a singer and performer. She is also warm and encouraging. As an untrained singer, who is now the lead singer of a band, I was intimidated to take vocal lessons, retroactively. Tara made me feel comfortable and welcome. More importantly, she instilled a sense of confidence in me that changed my singing for the better! I highly recommend working with her. It's fun and effective!
I have been taking guitar lessons from Nick recently, and he is great! Very patient and explains things in a way I can understand. Doesn't jump down your throat the way some instructors do. Know he also teaches voice and keyboard lessons, and believe they'd be a good bet too. I would definitely recommend him!!
I have only had one lesson with Damian so far, but I can see already that he is extremely knowledgeable and fun to work with. Just want to add that I have been taking lessons for 10+ yrs, with 8 different instructors so I do have experience forming judgments about the quality of the instruction I receive.
We had a free trial with Kristen and she was amazing! She has a variety of games she does with the kids keeping them very entertained. The kids have fun while learning. The kids both learned a song on their first lesson! She is GREAT!
Chantel has the perfect combination of enthusiasm, love of music, teaching ability, and innate ability to connect with kids that works great for my daughter, who has been taking voice lessons from her for several months now. My daughter is inspired to practice at home, and she looks forward to every lesson with great anticipation. I highly recommend Chantel to any parent looking for a great voice teacher for their kids. While we don't have direct experience with her husband Derek's instrument lessons, we know several parents whose kids take guitar, ukulele, etc from Derek and love him as well.
Working with Chris is and adventure in personal discovery and development. As a retired research librarian I had to asky myself why. -- Actively Diagnostic -- Chris found out for himself where I actually am. We started with a (very) short music / singing history, a directional goal based on what I hoped to do, then actual breath and sound work to find out what my breath and sound was at that very moment. He even used that diagnostic process to begin to help me become aware of what I’m doing now. For example, to breathe in a specific way and notice what happened, and describe it. Then breathe a different way and compare it. Already I was learning the physical awareness I need to develop. -- Discovery not Dogma.-- After the first month of lessons I still haven’t been told what ‘the right way’ to do something is. At least not by Chris. My whole body is telling me what it prefers to do when I’m not telling it to things ‘my’ way. -- Experiential Learning. -- The beginning for me is to learn to feel breath in my body, to be aware of where it is and how it moves, and what happens to other systems in the body. A new version of learning to rub your tummy while patting your head. -- Collegial and Collaborative.-- I’ve begun to think of lessons with Chris as a series of experiments with comments on results of each step, repeating steps as needed, then again with variations. Chris may be the ‘lead investigator’ guiding the experiments, but as co-experimentor I have the dual role of being the subject and a primary observer (aka ‘student’). I’ve asked Chris to repeat an experiment so I see what it looks like from the outside, and to get a better idea of the process. -- Awake and Aware.-- Or as I’m more used to calling it - mindfulness. I check in with my body several times a day to see what the breath and body systems are doing at that moment and relate it to the lesson and earlier check-ins. There is a (nearly) daily practice session, focused on 1 to 3 points that emerged from the work in the last lesson. ** Though it’s been only a month since I began working with Chris, I find not only chages in vocal qualities, but some of the principles are creeping constructively into other areas of life (including saxophone lessons). - - - When considering the review consider also the reviewer background: Age 59, my last ("real") music lesson (piano) was 51 years ago, and my last music class was in 6th grade (almost 50 years ago, when we played soprano recorders for a few weeks). Truly a beginner!
So far, and I haven't started my first lesson yet, they are very easy to work with and very flexible with my schedule.
As an adult starting piano lessons again after (eep!) 3 decades, I have to say that studying at McLaughlin School of Music has been a very gratifying experience. My teacher David Mesquitic has just the right touch. He is able to both encourage and challenge someone like me who has "just enough" knowledge to be dangerous but not enough to have mastered certain essential concepts for pop/jazz piano. Huge props to Matt McLaughlin as well. He has created a very warm and welcoming space in which to take lessons and definitely paired me with right teacher. I am thrilled to have found the McLaughlin School.
Elliot Liebman exceeds expectations at every turn. This guy has ears like no other. His vocal coaching was very helpful and allowed me achieve my full voice for my recordings. If you're looking for help arranging your song, (strings, woodwinds, brass, vocal harmonies) look no further. To top it all off, he is competent with recording software and instrument/vocal microphone placement. Highly Recommend!
I am a former student of Florence Birdwell (Oklahoma City University) and William Steven Smith (Oklahoma Christian University). I am an opera and musical theater performer with years of experience, including Oklahoma City, Tulsa and Houston Grand Opera. I do Summer stock with Lyric Theater of Oklahoma, stages and Main Street Theater and opera in the heights in Houston. I am new to Austin. I teach beginners to advanced singers. I have reasonable rates.
I have many years of singing in choirs, voice lessons, concerts, recitals, and church. Lead worship at a bilingual church, both congregational and youth services for nine years. Just recently achieved an associates in Voice Concentration, and am continuing my bachelor's degree in voice and a minor in opera. I have a lot of experience in one-on-one lessons with children and teens.
I not only have extensive experience working as a performer, I back my love and passion of performing with adequate musical knowledge. As a former student at UNT, one of the most prestigious music programs in the Country, I have acquired the musicality that it takes to be equipped as a teacher to others. Although it is easy for any individual to profess their love for music and want to share that with others, it is not so easy to be effective in teaching music if you are not fully equipped to do so. I am easily approachable, and believe that it's not about what level you are at musically when you come to me as a student, but what level you can and WILL reach if you have the commitment and passion to do so! I feel that everyone has the capacity to learn how to sing and enjoy creating music.
The following are my tutoring credentials and technical qualifications: * Over 10 years of private piano instruction * Bachelor's degree in biomedical engineering from the University of Texas * Previous employment experience with a.I.S.D. as a math and writing instructor * Professional songwriter and composer * More than three years resident musician and DJ for various venues in Austin, TX * Professional studio vocalist and session pianist
I teach private lessons, mostly piano/voice and some acoustic guitar. I play piano and sing, mostly 60s to 70s and some 80s to current, classical, standards/Broadway, rock/pop and light jazz. I have a big song list with lots of variety.
I teach Bharatanatyam, an Indian classical dance form. Bharatanatyam is an intricate, difficult and exquisite dance form, but I know that under my instruction, my students will compete at the top.
I teach voice lessons to all ages of children and adults. I have a degree in music from the University of North Texas, and I teach all styles of music.