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Voice Lessons Decatur, GA

Voice Lessons in
Decatur, GA

Musika has been offering Decatur 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 Decatur Voice Teachers

LaTasha D

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TashaRenee was 3 years old singing her first solo, “God Is”, at church and she hasn’t shut up since. She says “singing is just a part of who I am."  TaRe is a great eclectic vocalist that has been singing all of her life.  Although she has gospel roots, she decided to learn more about music as an undergraduate and graduate student in the Music-vocal performance degree programs.  She has been a part of several casts in Operas across the nation, with her professional Opera debut being the Strawberry Woman in Porgy and Bess in New Orleans, Louisiana.  She also studied voice in Italy and was able to perform gospel music at the Leaning Tower of Pisa and classical music at the Teatro Verdi.  Not only has she been featured among some of Classical music’s celebrities; she has also sung background for some the best in Gospel, R&B, and Country music in the business.   In the Gospel arena she has done background for Lisa McClendon, Leon Timbo, Vanessa Bell Armstrong, Karen Clark-Sheard, Vicki Winans, Marvin Sapp, Dorinda Clark-Cole just to name a few.  She has sung in the Full Gospel Baptist Mass Recording Choir, Life Center Cathedral Mass Choir, and the Louisiana State Full Gospel Recording Choir where she was also a featured soloist. She has sung background for the powerful Mrs. Ann Nesby, Eric Benet, Michael McDonald, and Wynonna Judd.  Recently she was one of the featured background singers for the AARP Songs of Soul concert at Philips Arena. She worked with such notable artists as: Debbie Allen, Ann Nesby, Chaka Khan, Pastor Shirley Ceasar, CeCe Winans, Queen Latifah, Patti Austin, Yolanda Adams, Dionne Warwick, Paris Bennett, and little Miss Jamiah from the movie August Rush.  Currently she is working on her own project that will energize and captivate the audience in a nostalgic, yet unique and unconventional way; pushing the boundaries of how we see music today! TashaRenee has also been seen in several professional movies. She was in the Lifetime original movie For One Night with Raven Symone and also apart of Tyler Perry's Madea Goes to Jail to name a few. She has acted in several traveling plays, musicals, and operas across America.  TashaRenee has been teaching piano, voice and acting privately since 1999. She has been training choirs since she was 13 years old. She brings a wealth of God given wisdom, educational knowledge and experience to the table for all of her students. Allow TashaRenee to help you perfect the gift within you!

Candace C

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Hello! I am warm and friendly, assertive when necessary, most of all I push students to go a step further in each lesson, once I see and hear what they could be capable of if challenged. I motivate and embrace each student’s originality while helping them improve and have fun! A little about me, I received a Master's in Vocal Performance with a focus on vocal technique, breath coordination, crossover vocal style, coaching, and dramatic interpretation. As a Singer and Songwriter myself I can advise on what is needed to enhance your talent and develop vocal stamina with proper vocal technique and exercises to help reduce strain and fatigue while doing shows.

Jinho P

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Jinho continues to perform as a leading baritone in opera, oratorio and concert venues in the United States and internationally. He has a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Vocal Performance from the University of Arkansas, Little Rock, a Bachelor's Degree in Theology from Midwest Theological Seminary, and his Master’s Degree in Manhattan School of Music. His most recent operatic stage performances have included: Polypheme (Acis and Galatea), Bartolo (Barber of Seville), Marcello (La Boheme), Silvio (Pagliacci), Le Philosophe (Cherubin), Figaro (Le Nozze di Figaro), Danilo (Merry Widow), Don Giovanni (Don Giovanni), Dulcamara (L‘Elisir D’amore), Sharpless (Madame Butterfly), and Count Almaviva (Le Nozze di Figaro). His recent oratorio solo work credits include: Bach Cantata #4, Puccini's Messa de Gloria, Mozart's Magnificat, Shubert’s Mass in G, Handel's Messiah, Beethoven’s Fantasia in C minor Op 80, Mendelssohn’s Elijah, and Gounod’s Gloria Messe Solenne.

Hugh B

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I am a dedicated and loyal educator who loves to teach and motive his students.  Music is my love, teaching and educating is my passion.  I graduate from Morgan State University with a Bachelors in Music (Trumpet & Voice) and Education. I've had the opportunity to study with Wynton Marsalis and Langston Fitzgerald of the Baltimore Symphony.  I enjoyed my time as a performer traveling, but, now dedicated and devote my time to education the youth though and about music.

Amber D

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Hi! My name is Amber Demery, and I love to sing! I'm an enthusiastic instructor who loves working with students and helping them to reach their full potential. I have a Master of Music degree from Georgia State University with an emphasis in Vocal Performance/Opera Studies. I also have a Bachelor of Arts degree in Music (Vocal Performance emphasis) from Tougaloo College. I've had the opportunity to travel to sing in Italy, and I also have had the privilege of working with some of the most renowned vocal instructors, directors, and coaches in the business.
 
 

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More Information About Voice Lessons

The health of your voice requires the health of your entire body to be at its best form. Many voice professionals advise that students drink adequate water, get enough rest, avoid stress, and exercise regularly. Singers are advised to not talk or scream at excessive levels on the days of performances, and to also avoid overuse of alcohol or antihistamines as they can dry out your vocal folds and make singing efficiently more difficult.
Without leaving home, learn how to sing. In-home voice lessons are perfect if you-™re on a tight schedule or need personalized instruction. A professional Musika teacher comes to your home and uses your piano or keyboard during each customized lessons. The instructor teaches you how to choose music that fits your individual voice, bring personality to a song and project your voice during a performance. You can sing your favorite genre or learn a new musical style. Make voice lessons a priority and learn to sing to fun or to earn a living. All you need are in-home voice lessons.
Voice lessons improve your singing ability and your vocal performance. Whether you want to audition for a national reality show or prepare for a theatrical performance, Musika instructors are here to help. Our professional teachers create a customized lesson plan for each student that helps you meet your singing goals. We help you discover the best singing genre and style for your voice, and we can guide your song choice. Typically, your teacher will assign you an affordable method book or other supplemental materials for practice. You can find these books at online or local music stores. A partial list of topics you will learn during voice lessons includes: Proper breathing control techniques, How to support your voice and increase volume, Voice projection tips, How to read musical notation, How to interpret song lyrics and phrases with expression and emotion, Audition and performance tips and techniques, including overcoming stage fright.
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.
When your child wants to learn how to sing, wait to begin voice lessons. The voice can be damaged or strained if you start lessons too soon because it is not physically ready to sing every day and undergo the rigorous training required during children-™s voice lessons. After puberty, or around age 11 or 12 year, most children are physically and emotionally ready for voice lessons. By following our recommendation and waiting, you protect your child-™s voice. He or she is then able to learn how to sing successfully for years to come.

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