Voice Lessons New Jersey

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Featured Voice Teachers In New Jersey

Here are just a few of the many teachers offering voice lessons in New Jersey. 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!
Zac T

Zac T

Instruments: Piano, Guitar, Voice, Drums, Bass Guitar

The particular style I teach is a repatitous style.  During lessons I have students go through exercises and pieces until they get it down, no time wasted.  This way the lessons are the most benificial and most rewarding for both the student and the teacher.  

Margaret K

Margaret K

Instruments: Piano, Guitar, Voice, Ukulele

It's important to me first that my students enjoy their lessons. This means learning at their own pace, offering poisitive feedback, and using music they prefer. With this combination, they usually find music lessons fun and educational!  

Mike M

Mike M

Instruments: Guitar, Voice

I would first establish the level of my student and figure out which direction suits them best to achieve there own personal goals. Someone first starting off , We would first concentrate on finger strength. Excercises that are fun but also help build the neccasary tools. Basic chords , scales , and basic strumming is a good example of where i would start a guitar student. Beginners of voice lessons we would be concentrating on breathing excercises and scales at first. Fun singalongs always sets the tone also for great progress!!  

Christian K

Christian K

Instruments: Piano, Voice, Saxophone, Flute, Organ, Piccolo

I like to challenge my students when I feel they should be. I also try very hard to showcase them whenever possible to show the community the great talent that is amongst us. I would have to say my main approach to teaching is figuring out what works best for each individual student, seeing as though everyone learns differently and at different paces. Forcing a student to learn something when they don't want to is something I do not allow, I can only encourage but not force. The student must love and appreiciate what he or she is working on and that is what I believe leads to success and love in music. 

Jamian B

Jamian B

Instruments: Piano, Voice

I primarily teach my own method through both voice lessons and piano lessons. I assess each students capability and then set forth a lesson plan moving forward. 

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