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Voice Lessons San diego, CA

Voice Lessons in
San diego, CA

Musika has been offering San diego 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 San diego Voice Teachers

Natanael M

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I consider myself to be very professional. I love to please my students in not only teaching the necessary skills to execute the instrument but also encouraging them to play the songs and genres of their choice when applicable. I am a Berklee College of Music Graduate with a Bachelor in Film Scoring Major and a Minor in Piano Performance and Vocal Technique. My experience lies as a piano and background vocal performer for many of the great Salsa and Latin Jazz artist as Luis Enrique, Gilberto Santarosa, Ismael Miranda, Andy Montanez, Tito Rojas, Frankie Negron, Issac Delgado, Michel Stuart, Melina Leon, N’KLABE, NG2, Chocolate Almenteros, Charlie Sepulveda, Humberto Ramirez, Elias Lopez, Luis Perico Ortiz, and many others.

Kia P

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I am a musician, composer, teacher and author. I graduated from the NYC "Fame School"- Fiorello H. LaGuardia HS of Music and Art. I studied music theory and composition at Mannes Conservatory, NYC and received a BA as a Music Major from Aaron Copland School of Music/Queens College/CUNY. I took Graduate courses studying Special Ed/Music Therapy at Lehman College, NY. After in depth research with creating highly motivational music programs for all ages as well as for children that had ADD, Autism, or Aspergers, I was awarded a grant from the Grammy's to write a book.  I have traveled to Europe and the far east teaching creative music workshops. I have been teaching beginner, intermediate and beginner-advanced piano and vocal coaching for 25 years. Teaching music is a way of life. I believe we are all creative individuals. The key is to express ourselves fully through music and enjoy the journey as we learn and grow in our musical expression. 

Rebecca L

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Hello, I have several names to go by, choose one and I promise to respond--Rebecca, Becca, Bex-- take you pick! I am a graduate of Cal State University, Fullerton with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Music Education, and have recently completed the teaching program to recieve my teaching credentials. I have an extreme passion for music and teaching and am anxious to share it with my students. Music has always been a part of my life. I have been singing in choirs since I was in the sixth grade. My high school and college choirs, under the direction of Robert Istad and John Tebay, have given me the opportunities to sing for performances at the Hollywood Bowl, Greek Theater, Staples Center, Nokia Theater, and the Honda Center. I have had the privilege to perform with a variety of artists such as Andrea Boccelli, Beck, John Williams, Grizzly Bear, and Eric Whitacre, as well as perform with the LA Philharmonic and the Pacific Symphony. International performances have given me the opportunity to study and sing around Italy, German, and Austria. I have been studying voice with the help of Katherin Rundus, and Linda Leyrer, and my professor Teri Watson has monitored my progress in piano. Music is what I live for each day and it is what has inspired me to continue to pursue a career in teaching. I cannot wait to share the joy that music brings with my students. 

Emily S

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I am a music instructor who has a great passion for music and teaching.  I have been playing the piano and singing for 23 years and am eager to share my knowledge and experiences with my students. In 2010, I received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology from UCSD.  I continued to study music independently in and after college, and in 2014 I completed Certificate of Merit, Level 9, for piano, which includes a comprehensive music evaluation and written theory test. I have been writing music since age 7, and in 2013, I released my first solo piano CD on iTunes of my original compositions. 

John D

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I am veteran pianist, accompanist, conductor, and voice teacher with over 20 years of experience in private instruction in addition to the University setting. I bring years of performance experience to my students in addition to a solid technical foundation for a well-rounded learning experience. A native of Rhode Island, I started teaching and performing in Providence. My studies took me to Michigan, and upon graduation I taught in Ohio at the Ottowa Hills Conservatory in addition to a private studio while working as the assistant conductor at Toledo Opera. Eight years later, I moved to NYC where I founded the Westbury Conservatory and spent over a decade conducting across the country, in a variety of genres, from Opera and Symphonic works to the Jackie Evancho Tour. 
 
 

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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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Risk-Free Trial Lesson

We stand behind our teachers. If you are not 100% satisfied with your trial lesson, the lesson is FREE. Go ahead give it a try, you really have nothing to lose.

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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

We are straightforward folks here at Musika. You pay for lessons, that's it. Choose from our pay as you go monthly billing or opt for a set of lessons.

 

More Information About Voice Lessons

A healthy body makes a healthy voice. Achieve both when you eat right, exercise and rest. Your diet is one of the best things you can do for your voice. Try to eat plenty of fruits, vegetables, lean proteins and whole grains, and limit sweets. Then drink plenty of water rather than sugary or caffeinated drinks. For exercise, perform aerobic activity every day. It builds your body-™s core and strengthens you for singing. Rest your body by sleeping enough at night. You-™ll also want to rest your voice so it remains strong. When your body is healthy, your voice is healthy too.
Musika offers one-on-one, in-home singing lessons that are designed specifically for each individual student. Whether your lesson takes place in the studio or at home, students will get the exact same lesson content, with the only difference being the location. Parents will find home singing lessons a much more convenient option for their child, as it saves the time and costs of transporting their children to and from the studio. Younger students will find that learning to sing in the comfort of their own homes greatly benefits their development as they are learning in a supportive, secure and familiar environment.
The focus of singing lessons will be to teach students how to sing using proper technique in a safe way. Students will work on a variety of different vocal exercises than are designed to build strength, coordination and power to the voice. Students will learn how to bridge and connect their vocal registers in order to expand their vocal range, add vibrato to their singing and learn how to properly support the voice in order to sing long passages and create a strong, full sounding vocal tone. For students with pitch problems, teachers can work through specific exercises to address such issues and get students singing on pitch. Students will learn how to put the various techniques and exercises that are taught into practical use by singing songs. The techniques taught can be applied to a variety of musical genres, from Metal to Pop. Students can also learn music theory and vocal physiology.
Have you always wanted to be a singer? You are never too old to learn how to sing or to become a better singer. Musika offers individualized adult voice lessons geared to your needs. Learn to sing Pop, Jazz or Classical music, or prepare for a national competition like American Idol or X-Factor. Expand your vocal range or learn how to choose songs that compliment your voice. No matter what your musical goals are, our professional instructors are here to help. We train you to become a better singer whether you-™ve just started singing now or have been singing since you were a child.
We advise that young students looking to take singing lessons do so at no younger than 11 years old, as they have yet to reach vocal maturity. Learning good vocal habits early on prevents the risk of injury or fatigue or possible misuse of the voice in the future. Students will also benefit from learning key skills like proper breathing techniques, hearing and recreating pitch and performance techniques. They can also prepare for exams, rehearsals and competitions. Learning how to sing is also good for their overall development, as they will improve their concentration skills, raise their self-esteem and confidence, develop and positive, hard-working attitude as well as a habit of self-discipline through regular practice and lessons.

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