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Voice Lessons Diamond bar, CA

Voice Lessons in
Diamond bar, CA

Musika has been offering Diamond bar 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 Diamond bar Voice Teachers

Tara D

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 Tara Rose Davison is been involved in music her whole life. Her father is a professional composer and her mom is a professional dancer. Thus she was lucky enough to be surrounded by the arts since infancy. She began her piano studies at age 5 and knew she would be a musician from the very beginning.  Tara has garnered much success as an opera singer, performing throughout the United States and Internationally in roles such as Queen of the Night in Die Zauberflöte, Cleopatra in Giulio Cesare, Rosalinda in Die Fledermaus, Sister Rose in Dead Man Walking and Giannetta in L’Elisir d’Amore. By the age of 21, she was the youngest finalist in the Metropolitan Opera National Council Western Region Auditions.  In the same year, Tara was introduced to the under-recognized genre of art songs with classical guitar accompaniment. From that moment on she was hooked. In September of 2006, during her first year of graduate school, Tara began her classical guitar studies with Masakazu Ito of the Lamont School of Music. Ever since her first lesson she has been passionate about classical guitar and has shifted her focus from opera by devoting herself to the study of music for classical guitar and soprano. Less than three years after taking her first classical guitar lesson, Tara gave her debut recital of art songs for soprano and classical guitar, performing both a singer and classical guitarist. She has since made an annotated bibliography of all works for voice and guitar and in 2010 released her first album, Love Songs & Lullabies from Spain and South America for Soprano & Classical guitar.  Tara has received scholarships from the Metropolitan Opera National Council, Society of Singers, Phi-Beta, Palisades Symphony and Westside Junior Philharmonic.  She has performed in master classes with William Vendice, John Hall and Blanche Thebom.  She received a Bachelors of Music from California State University at Northridge in 2006 and a Masters of Music from University of Colorado at Boulder in 2009.  While studying at University of Colorado, Tara was the sole recipient of the Berton Coffin scholarship, the highest honor for any music major.  Tara Rose currently performs recitals of music for classical guitar and voice around Southen California and studies classical guitar with Matt Greif and Scott Morris at Cal-State University Dominguez Hills. She is also working on a second album, Ariette Italiane, which will be released in 2013.

Adrian R

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I am a singing-actor who enjoys performing and passing on my knowledge of singing to others.  I graduated from the University of Southern California twice, earning both my masters and bachelors degrees from the Thornton School of Music in vocal performance.  My career so far as given me wonderful opportunties to sing in Europe and in well respected music festivals in the United States, such as the Aspen Music Festival.  

Joong-In R

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I am a classical trained musician. I was brought up in Bloomington Indiana, the home of the no.1 rated music school in the States (by the teacher's association). Ever since I was 10, I was involved with the University music life. I had the fortune to study with Janos Starker - perhaps the greatest cello technician in the world! His playing style is comfortable, clean, natural, and free of tension problems. Anyone can learn this great technique and benefit from it. I stress this technique on all of the instruments we teach. I was the best teacher in Los Angeles area for producing the most competition winners of SYMF a few years back (cello).  

Jose O

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My name is Jose and I'm an L.A. native. I've been singing for over twenty years in a variety of styles including classical, jazz, musical theater, pop/rock, R&B, and World Music. I have a very patient and approachable teaching style and my lessons are catered to each student's needs. In my opinion, there are no dumb questions or answers but those that were never uttered. I work with both children and adults and with people from all different backgrounds. Music is a beautiful gift to humanity, but like any gift, we have to open it and open up to it in order to see its benefits work wonders in our lives.

Jennifer W

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I am a creative and nurturing instructor that possesses a Masters in Music Education and over a decade of practical experience.  I graduated from Azusa Pacific University, and have enjoyed teaching at the collegiate level for the last several years.  Participating in the International Tour of "How the Grinch Stole Christmas",as well as in multiple regional performances at the Geffen Playhouse, Crystal Cathedral, Disneyland, Moonlight Ampitheater and many others, has given me the skill and experience that I love to impart to students!  I enjoy working with all skill levels, and helping students achieve their personal and professional goals!
 
 

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More Information About Voice Lessons

Singing is a physical endeavor that requires effort, strength and coordination. The muscular of the voice is very delicate so it is important to sing using safe techniques. Forcing or pushing the voice is a common cause of vocal fatigue and should be avoided. Check for tension or constriction in the throat, as this is sign of bad technique. The extrinsic muscles of the voice (neck, jaw and cheeks) should be relaxed and there should be no discomfort of pain when sining. The best way to avoid vocal fatigue or injury is through warm ups, sleep and hydration
With in-home voice lessons, discover the depth of your singing talent. A Musika professional will offer personalized instruction in the comfort of your home. Learn to sing R&B, master Opera or prepare for a competition. All you need is the desire to learn, an effort to practice and a piano or keyboard. The instructor helps you find songs that fit your voice, and you can learn better control and projection. It doesn-™t matter if you-™re a professional or a novice singer. You will learn something new each time without leaving the house when you participate in voice lessons at home.
Voice lessons will focus on developing proper breathing technique and vocal technique and ways to improve your singing. You will learn how to support and project your voice, you will learn how to read music so that you can read the melody of the singing line. You will also learn how to interpret different styles of music, performance techniques, how to emotionally interpret song lyrics and phrases. The most important thing you will learn in voice lessons is how to express yourself through singing!
Adults of all ages and abilities are welcome to start taking singing lessons. Learning to sing is a great way to develop your musicianship, confidence and self-esteem, and is a fun and rewarding skill to learn. Students who have specific goals in mind such as range extension, learning to correct pitch problems or to correct bad vocal habits and technique, can achieve these goals with our expert vocal coaches. Many students just want to learn to sing for their own enjoyment and love of singing, or would like to join and a band or singing group. All lessons are customized with these goals in mind.
Young children who have not reached vocal maturity must be careful when considering taking singing lessons. Over working the voice at such as young age risks causing strain and damage to the vocal folds, which are very delicate. As such, we recommend students start lessons at no younger than 12 years old. Students at this age can learn safe, effective vocal techniques that will prevent learning and developing bad singing habits in the future. They can also develop their critical hear, music theory knowledge and understanding of techniques such as supporting the voice with good breath management and skills like vibrato.

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