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Voice Lessons Washington, DC

Voice Lessons in
Washington, DC

Musika has been offering Washington 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 Washington Voice Teachers

Ashley K

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  She specializes in teaching elementary, middle, and high school students musical theater and classical music.  Current students are singing songs from Beyonce, Usher, Disney, Show Tunes, Debussy, Faure, Mozart, GLEE, and so much more.

Stephanie B

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I teach voice up to an intermediate level and piano at a beginning level. I have performed several lead roles in operas and been a featured soloist both at the Peabody Conservatory and at regional opera companies around the country. I have sung in numerous choirs in the Baltimore and DC area, including the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary, Chizuk Amuno Congregation, and the Washington National Cathedral.

Michael B

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Michael T. Brown is a diverse performer, equally comfortable with everything from operatic literature to Scottish folk songs. On stage, he is regarded as a strong actor with a rich voice, and he is known for being a quick read. His opera roles have included Captain Fitzbattleaxe from Gilbert and Sullivan's Utopia Limited, Dr. Blind in Die Fledermaus, Monostatos in Magic Flute, Peterman in M. Choufleuri, and numerous chorus and supporting roles. He has also performed in Scottish folk and folk rock bands as a singer, guitarist, Irish bouzouki player, and recording artist. He has earned a M.M. in Vocal Pedagogy at Catholic University's Benjamin T. Rome School of Music and a B.M. Ed. from Gordon College in Wenham, MA. 

Carrie G

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Carrie graduated from The Peabody Conservatory in French horn performance.   After grad work at SUNY Stony Brook and studying with the horn teacher from Julliard, she realized classical music was too competitive for her tastes.  She went on a soul-searching journey to find her true calling and with a driving need to write intensely inspired songs and lyrics, she became a singer/songwriter in 2001. She released her solo album in 2003. The album clearly shows the transformation of a classical musician into a songwriter with tone poem-like songs. Her second album was released in September of 2008.  The album reveals a truly seasoned artist, poet and musician and features her full band. Carrie teaches both voice and guitar and has maintained an active studio for many years.

Kristin B

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I am a very enthusiastic and educated instructor who loves teaching students about music. In 2004, I graduated from Berklee College of Music with a dual-Bachelor's Degree and have been teaching privately since 1998. I have been performing since age 8 and have had the pleasure of playing and teaching internationally.
 
 

Why Choose Musika

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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

To sing your best, focus on your body-™s health because you really can-™t sing your best when your body isn-™t functioning at its best. To improve your health, spend time resting every day. Get plenty of sleep, and protect your voice from overuse. Then eat food that fuels your body. The best diet includes fruit, vegetables, whole grains and lean protein. Limit sweets, alcohol and caffeine, and drink as much water as you can. Strengthen your core and lungs with daily aerobic exercise and physical activity. As you keep your body strong and healthy, your voice will be healthy too.
Musika deals primarily with home lessons for students. The location is the only difference between our in-home lessons and our studio lessons. As they do not have to travel to their lessons, home singing lessons can be highly convenient for those parents and students with a busy schedule. For younger students in particular, having vocal lessons in the comfort of their own home can be of great benefit. They will feel more safe and relaxed in familiar surroundings, allowing them to focus on learning and enjoying their singing.
Our teachers create a customized lesson plan for every student, so no two students' lesson plans will be identical. Topics covered during Musika's voice lessons may include, but are not limited to: proper breath control technique and how to support your voice, how to read music, how to interpret various styles of singing (classical, jazz, pop, etc.), performance tips and techniques, how to overcome stage fright, and most importantly, learning to enjoy music and express yourself through singing!
First time and veteran adult voice students benefit from Musika lessons. Our experienced instructors train adult singers to breathe properly, project their voice and protect their vocal cords. With regular lessons, you improve your vocal range and tone. We also specialize in any genre. Learn classical vocal techniques or master all the modern pop styles. Use lessons to prepare for a competition or to sing better at home. You-™ll find exactly what you need when you take adult voice lessons in your home or in our studio. Then achieve your musical goals whether you-™ve taken voice lessons for years or are a beginning student.
Singing is a fun activity kids enjoy doing in front of their mirror as they dream of becoming the next great talent. Their voice must be protected, though, from damage and strain. That-™s why we recommend that kids wait until puberty to start formal voice lessons. Around the age of 11 or 12, a child-™s voice is mature enough to participate in regular vocal lessons. Our instructors teach students of all ages, but we prefer waiting until a child-™s voice has matured. By waiting, the risk of damage or strain is minimized so a child can successfully perform in front of the mirror or on a national stage.

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