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Megan K offers piano lessons in Buffalo, NY

Megan K

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...I structure my lessons to fit the needs of the individual student. Lessons will encompass a variety of activities to help the student improve in technique, sound production, and all aspects of reading music. ... Read More

Kristina B offers piano lessons in Buffalo, NY

Kristina B

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...For intermediate and advanced singers, I also like to use Schirmer's Twenty-Four Italian Songs and Arias, and G. Schirmer's First Book of (Soprano) Solos series. We will start off lessons with warmups to prepare the body and voice, as well as to extend the vocal range and practice specific skills. ... Read More

Evan L offers piano lessons in Buffalo, NY

Evan L

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...I have performed with nationally touring bands and individuals while living both in New York City and in Syracuse NY, and have performed on cruise lines. Since relocating to Western NY, I have been a journeyman, playing both solo and with existing groups, like KickStart Rumble, DJ Crespo, several members of RadaRada and as many of Buffalo's finest performers in fun and unique venues. ... Read More

Daniel G offers piano lessons in Buffalo, NY

Daniel G

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...Practice frequently. Just as important as how much time you spend when you practice is how often you practice. For instance, practicing for 8 hours over the course of 2 days is rarely as effective as practicing 8 hours over the course of 4 days.... Read More

Stephen V offers piano lessons in Buffalo, NY

Stephen V

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...It is rather simple and effortless to practice singing, albeit with some effort and frustration, which in a short time, will pass and become easier and easier.... Read More

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