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Voice Lessons New port richey, FL

Voice Lessons in
New port richey, FL

Musika has been offering New port richey 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 New port richey Voice Teachers

Tramaine D

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I am a singer/musician/songwriter and arranger who entered the music scene at a very young age.  By the age of five (5) I was harmonizing with my two (2) older siblings singing Gospel.  I began playing the organ and piano by ear at the age of nine (9), it was and is a gift from God.  From that time till now I have learned and sat under many teachers.  My playing and singing has become well groomed and for that I will always give all glory to God for his kindness in giving me these gifts. 

Nick S

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I am a very motivated instructor who loves sharing my love and passion for music.  I graduated from Glenwood High School in 2004.  I then went on to Western Illinois University where I studied jazz on trumpet.  I also went to Lincoln Land Community College with a Jazz performance major on trumpet and piano.  I taught choir at Lanphier High School during the main choir teacher's medical leave.  I played at Walt Disney World in 2005 as a fill-in on trumpet.  I have traveled across the country and internationally as well.  I have opened for and performed in major national acts across the country.  My teaching career started in early 2001, including private instruction in piano, trumpet, and voice.

Mickey G

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My passion, discipline and determination to be professional at all costs helped me to graduate from BIT, and Pasadena Music Academy, and immerse myself into the music scene as a gifted multi instrumentalist concentrating on bass.  I can sight read, play by ear, arrange music, and play any style or genre. I have toured with international artists who have inspired me to continue performing throughout my life.

Gian-Francesco F

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I was born in the United States but I grew up in Italy where my parents are from.  I was given my first classical guitar when I was 3 years old.  For the next 9 years it was just another toy in my room but I became very familiar with the instrument. At the age of 12 I started my formal music training, first with a foundation of piano and then moving on to my favorite, the guitar.  I took weekly classical guitar lessons for the next four years from renown teacher Giovanna Verna, in Casamassima, Italy.  This included learning solfeggio, how to read music aloud first and then by playing it, attention on posture in the classical approach, working on mastering a collection of material from the european classical guitar academic repertoire, and performing it twice a year as a culminating stage of the learning experience for that semester. My first experience playing with a large group of performers was when I joined my church choir as one of the accompanists.  My new guitar instructor, Fabio Nanna, focused on folk-style strumming techniques, rhythm guitar, and all the basic chords including the painful barre`. In my last years of high school I joined my first rock band and therefore started playing the electric guitar.  My third guitar teacher, Antonio Macino, taught me everything about blues pentatonic movable scales, power chords, and how to solo over the basic rock song structure.  Along with recording in the studio, playing in front of people with my own band was one a new wonderful experience and one of my favorite of all times. I have been performing live with bands or solo since 1992 in Italy, California, and Florida.  I released three albums which are available online under Gianfranco Ferri: Luce(2002), Ridgewlker(2009) both instrumentals, and Strega(2005) with my band of the same name.

Nathan B

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Music is my life, I love to perform, teach, and write music. It gives me great pleasure to share my gift with my students and to be able to know that I was there to help lead them in the right direction towards thier musical goals and acheivments. I am a seasoned musician with a background in muisc starting at the age of 10 when I learned to play the guitar. At the same time I was learning percussion and drums in grade school. Two years later, I started singing and piano lessons from my musical mentor and friend Margery Heinz. I started my musical studies at a summer workshop coarse athe the University of Southern California where I studied Jazz performance. Then I attended a local community college in New England where I received my certificate of music and from there I went on to  the University of Massachusettes where I received my associates of music education degree. Later I would attend Berkley college of music for a summer program where I studied compostion and jazz.
 
 

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More Information About Voice Lessons

Your voice is only as healthy as your body. That-™s because you can-™t sing your best if your body is unhealthy, sick, tired or stressed. Improve your vocal performance by caring for your physical health. Eat a balanced diet, and drink plenty of water. Quit smoking, don-™t take illegal drugs and limit alcohol. Strengthen your core, including your lungs, by performing aerobic exercises every day. Rest your body with a good night-™s sleep, and reduce stress during the day. You-™ll also want to rest your voice, which means limiting yelling, cheering or screaming. To keep you voice healthy, keep your body health.
Taking voice lessons in your home is a great way to enhance your musical skills without ever leaving your living room! As long as you have a piano or keyboard available, we can arrange for a teacher to come directly to you. Our professional teacher will help you learn the songs you want, and enhance your vocal skills, including the range and tone of your voice.
When you want to learn how to become a better singer, you need voice lessons. Musika instructors are trained in every genre and style, including Classical, Country and R&B. We can help you prepare for national auditions or local competitions. You will receive customized lesson plans based on your musical goals and previous experience. As part of your lessons, you will learn how to protect and project your voice. You-™ll learn how to interpret songs, add emotion and read music. Before you audition or perform, we-™ll teach you how to manage stage fright. In addition to these topics, learn: How to enjoy and express yourself with singing, Breath control techniques, Vocal cord protection, Voice projection techniques, Vocal volume improvement, How to read music, Genre and style interpretation, How to add emotion to songs, lyrics and phrases, Performance techniques, including how to cope with stage fright.
Whether you-™re a first time voice student or have been taking lessons for years, adult voice lessons help you reach your musical goals. Instructors from Musika come into your house, or you can go to their studio. Each lesson is packed with practical singing tips geared specifically to you and your needs. You can learn how to care for your voice, control your breathing and choose songs that fit your voice. We even prepare you for local performances or reality show auditions. Your singing will improve, and you will feel more confident when you take adult voice lessons.
Most kids don-™t like waiting for anything, but they should wait until after puberty to take voice lessons. Their vocal cords aren-™t mature enough for voice training until puberty hits. We recommend kids wait until they are 11 or 12 years old to start voice lessons. By waiting, the risks of vocal strain and damage are reduced. Your child -˜s voice will be physically prepared to handle the training exercises and professional instruction our trained instructors provide. Your kids may not want to wait until they reach puberty, but they will benefit from delaying voice lessons until their vocal cords mature.

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