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Featured Voice Teachers In Connecticut

Here are just a few of the many teachers offering voice lessons in CT. Whether you are looking for beginner voice lessons for your kids, or are an adult wanting to improve your skills, the instructors in our network are ready to help you now!
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Kodylynn P

Instruments: Piano, Voice, Music

No matter what their goals are, we always find a way to meet and surpass them. Although I am a classically trained soprano, I have experience both singing and teaching Musical Theatre and contemporary styles of singing. I am open to helping my students achieve what interests them and makes them happy. While I expect my students to practice and get better during our time together, I also hope to foster an environment where they can feel that they can relax, have fun, and make mistakes. Read More

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Emily T

Instruments: Voice

I am an intrepid, versatile mezzo-soprano whose life and vocal work go hand in hand. First and foremost a singer, I have dedicated myself to experimenting and refining my own voice and vocal potential. Born and raised in Connecticut, I began singing formally at the age of thirteen and followed that passion to my Bachelor of Science in Music Education from Western Connecticut State University, where I focused on classical art song and operatic aria. Read More

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Matthew V

Instruments: Voice, Drums

My teaching has enabled me to work with young musicians of all ages and skill types. The approach I take is technique driven, while at the same time, expressive, musically sensitive, and fun! Voice students will learn English and foreign language diction, ear training and sight-singing, proper posture, stage presence, confidence, and healthy vocal production suitable for all styles of singing. Drum students will learn the importance of snare drum rudiments, how to read drum charts, the nuances of various styles, as well as, develop dexterity and increase muscular function and independence. Read More

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Lauren G

Instruments: Voice, Violin, Electric Violin, Music

For all of my students, I let them pick a song (vocal) or piece (violin) that they would like to sing or play. This way I can analyze what level they are on. For my voice students, I start with vocal warm-up exercises of the different vowels. It helps me to understand their range as well as tone of voice. For my violin students, I usually stick with the Suzuki Method, or Essential Elements books, if they are in the more beginning stages. Read More

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Robert K

Instruments: Piano, Guitar, Voice, Drums

When a beginning student pushes a key down on the piano, sound comes out this is unfortunately not true with guitar. In the beginning it can be quite challenging for students to use their left hand to guide the right finger to the right string to the right position on the string while simultaneously using their right hand to guide the pick to the right string and plucking it and this is all for one note! Read More

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