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Voice Lessons Wilmington, MA

Voice Lessons in
Wilmington, MA

Musika has been offering Wilmington 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 Wilmington Voice Teachers

Jacque C

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Teaching for 20 years both privately and in educational facilities. Still records and performs live. originally from Chicago, moved to Boston to attend Berklee College of Music. Has lived in the New England area since 1987. Currently lives in Foxboro, Ma. Has an in home studio as well as can travel local to a student's home.

Kaoruko P

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Vocal teacher (all levels), piano teacher (for beginner-intermediate level) Singer, piano accompanist, band leader, arranger. Ms. Pilkington performs, teaches and gives clinics in New England area as well as her native country, Japan.   She teaches vocal technique for CCM. (Contemporary Commercial Music: Musical Theatre, Pop, Rock, Jazz, R&B, Folk, Country and others) as well as Jazz voice (style, improvisation) Her objective of teaching vocal technique is healthy, organic and strong voice production.   Diploma in Vocal Performance, Berklee College of Music. BA in drama, Nihon University College of Arts.         Somatic Voicework™ Level III Certified instructor.   Jazz Voice Faculty, The Rivers School Conservatory Voice instructor, Berklee College of Music Summer Program (2011) Voice Instructor, Boston Conservatory (2008-2011)s  

Ann A

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I have taught private vocal and piano instruction on the West Coast for over 10 years, and relocated to the Boston area three years ago. I am passionate about music and music education, with special emphasis on building performance confidence.

Bulent G

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Described by The Times Herald-Record, New York, as a "firm bass- baritone", and by The Boston Musical Intelligencer as "outstanding dramatically and musically", I am a classical singer with international credits, at home in diverse genres from opera to art song, Broadway to The American Songbook, spirituals to jazz and pop. I am also a professional drummer, pianist and instructor. 

Gordon B

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I'm passionate about music. I've written, conducted, and performed music as a multi-instrumentalist. I've also taught privately (on a number of concert band instruments) and written on the subject.
 
 

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More Information About Voice Lessons

You can achieve a healthy voice if you take care of your body. Start with a balanced diet. It includes whole grains, vegetables and fruits, not processed foods or sugar. Then drink water rather than caffeinated and sugary beverages. Limit alcohol, stop smoking and don-™t take illegal drugs. Exercise every day for at least 20 minutes. As you run, bike or swim, you increase your fitness level and your body-™s ability to fight illness. Finally, rest your voice and your body. Avoid yelling or cheering, get enough sleep at night and limit stress when possible. With your healthy body, you have a healthy voice.
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.
During singing lessons, students of all abilities will learn and develop safe, effective vocal techniques that can be applied to a multitude of musical genres and styles. Students will learn how to properly warm their voices up by working through various exercises such as sirens, lip rolls and trills and vocalizing various vowel sounds along to different scales. Lessons will cover topics such as vocal physiology and how the voice works so that students understand what a particular exercise achieves. Students will learn how to increase and strengthen their vocal range by learning how to bridge and connect their voices through the vocal break or passagio and into the head voice. Students can also work on their tone and breath support, and start applying these various techniques to singing actual songs. Students will also learn things such as music theory, song interpretation and style development, and can prepare for gigs and auditions.
Our lessons for adults are focused around teaching vocal technique with the specific aims of the student in mind. Many adults are just looking to improve their singing for their own enjoyment.We also teach students who are auditioning for talent shows such as American Idol, or who are preparing for exams, recording sessions or gigs. Adult students may want an honest, professional assessment of their voices, as family or friends - well-meaning as they may be - are often not an object judge. Learning to sing can be a good boost to confidence, develop all-round musicianship and is open to adults of all ages.
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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