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Voice Lessons Charlotte, NC

Voice Lessons in
Charlotte, NC

Musika has been offering Charlotte Voice Lessons since 2001. Our voice teachers create customized lesson plans for each student, and help you bring music alive one note at a time!

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Featured Charlotte Voice Teachers

Alison H

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Alison has played the piano and keyboard since 1981, at the age of six.  She grew up studying classically in West Virginia, working with renowned instructors and performers in the state and competing in concerto and other competitions. She began to understand playing by ear as she studied theory in high school and then at university, and now is proficient at playing by ear, accompanying, and transposing, as well as having significant experience as a professional accompanist in many venues.  Her bachelor's degree is from Indiana University. She has been a professional musician since 1999, working as a choral composer, instrumental arranger, performer, accompanist, teacher, and worship director.    Alison's musical pursuits have been focused on performing and teaching as a pianist and vocalist for the last five years.  She has been the rehearsal accompanist and orchestra pianist for professional theater companies in the Midwest. She has provided event music for such varied clients as the Alzheimer's Association, Atos Origin, Inc., and Fidelity Insurance.  She has performed at the Cincinnati Music Hall and the Aronoff, art museums, and prestigious restaurants and conference centers.  She has also been recognized by clients and online for her ability to create the perfect atmosphere for a wedding ceremony. She also has had a thriving studio of piano and voice students of all ages.  

Robert C

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Robert is a classically trained singer and an actor. Growing up in North Carolina, he was active in a variety of musical styles since childhood. Robert studied theatre from a young age at Charlotte Children's Theatre and for a while at the University of North Carolina School of the Arts, shortly after he received some vocal training at the University of Illinois Champaign-Urbana. Robert was active as a professional singer, actor and vocal coach in the music community of ... Brazil from 2002-2008. Prior to Brazil, he spent several years in Germany singing opera in a Cabaret theatre, in Seattle singing, writing and recording a hybrid style of rock and country music, and in North Carolina directing young singers in a variety of opera performance pieces. He has sung and has appeared in concert as a soloist on several recordings with the Symphonic Orchestra of Minas Gerais. Robert lived and was a vocal coach in San Francisco from 2008 to 2012 at Blue Bear School of Music and was involved with several music projects in the Bay Area pursuing his passion for coaching, songwriting, singing, producing and recording. He recently moved back to Charlotte N.C. and is working as a soloist and singing instuctor.  The core of his teaching deals with the singers process of presentings oneself wholly from a place of minimum effort.  "Whatever you want to sing, posture, relaxation, diction and coordination are essential, and above all things a willingness to understand the language of music".

Amber M

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I have an extensive ensemble background including choir, wind band, marching band, horn quartet, competitive drum and bugle corps, and I have also had a few solo guitar, voice, and horn performances.  I am a general music teacher in public schools in Union County, and have been loving my job here for the last 4 years.  at my current school, I have established and direct my own student chorus, and I have happily held individual lessons for my chorus and band students after school.  Before this, I taught elementary school-age children in summer camp, was a lead teacher at a preschool for children ages 1-5, and taught solo French horn students from local high schools throughout my college career.  I have not yet had the opportunity to teach adults, although I think I would enjoy it, using my skills to break down the toughest musical passages into simple and easy-to-understand instruction.  I have a wonderful, supportive fiance' and a beautiful, talented daughter who turned a year old in February, and we are expecting our second child in August 2014.  We have two dogs and a cat, who all enjoy spending their days out in the sunshine.

Danette D

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I have been experiencing the love of playing and performing music for 40 years and still find it challenging to this day.  Music is a journey of the senses which can open and expand our minds. For the first 11 years of my musical journey, I journeyed hours and hours in the discovery of the rhythms, notes and expression but I journeyed in solitude.  What a wonderful joy was awaiting me when I discovered how much fun it was to make music as part of an ensemble or as I like to think of it, a team.  A musical team can be a band, an orchestra, a chorus, a church choir, a quartet, or a duet, and in all cases it is exhilarating to make music with other people. I hope that I can guide and encourage my students to learn to enjoy this journey that can provide a life time of adventure, social interaction and creativity.

Andrea R

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I am a caring and passionate voice teacher who loves teaching what I've learned, as well as the passion and love I have for music, to students. I graduated from Austin Peay State University in 2013 with a BS in Vocal Performance. I was in a world renowned children's choir back home in PR, called San Juan Children's Choir, for 10 years. With them I got to travel the world performing. That was one of the most enriching experiences ever. I have performed several operas with the Opera workshop at Austin Peay State University. I love to perform on stage.
 
 

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Convenient

People are busy these days, we get that. So we work around your schedule, giving you the option of taking lessons right in the comfort of your own home.

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Musika Qualified Teachers

Our instructors have been hand-picked for their high standard of musical excellence & love of teaching.

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No Hidden Fees

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More Information About Voice Lessons

It requires strength and coordination to sing with good, safe technique. For the voice to function at optimum levels, there needs to be good vocal fold closure throughout the vocal range, with steady, consistent airflow passing through the folds. Vocal fatigue or irritants such as mucus can make vocal fold closure difficult, and shouting or poor aerobic capacity can make airflow inconsistent. It is therefore important to be mindful of physical fitness, diet, general health and technique with regards to the voice. The voice needs plenty of rest, regular practice and warmups and water to perform in a safe, healthy manor.
Your voice is the one instrument that accompanies you wherever you go. Polish it with in-home voice lessons. Professional Musika instructors arrive at your home ready to teach you how to choose songs that fit your voice, maximize your singing performance and care for your instrument. All we need is a piano or keyboard, music and your willingness to work. Whether you sing classical, country or R&B, we help you polish your voice. Prepare for a professional performance, an appearance on a reality singing competition or a solo at a local event when you take in-home voice lessons.
During voice lessons students will start the wonderful journey of improving and developing their vocal skills. This will focus on learning to read music, how to support your breathing for singing, and how to enhance your performance and audition skills.
Taking vocal lessons at any age can be highly rewarding and great fun. Students often take lessons with various aims and goals in mind. Some students want to learn how to increase their vocal range and will have lessons and exercises planned to achieve that particular goal. Some students would like to improve their singing ability in order to feel confident enough to audition for talent shows, competitions or to join a band or choir. It is quite common for students to take vocal lessons purely because they love to sing and want to improve for their own enjoyment.
Students can have fun learning how to sing from as young as 11 or 12 years old. As students of this age are approaching puberty, their voices are not fully matured, so care must be taken not to place too much pressure or strain on the voice for fear of risking injury. That said, through lessons and practice, students can learn safe vocal techniques, how to look after their voices, develop their ability to hear and recreate pitch and work on their musical theory. Students can also improve their concentration levels, confidence and self-esteem.

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