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Featured Voice Teachers In Virginia

Here are just a few of the many teachers offering voice lessons in VA. 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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Sean H

Instruments: Piano, Guitar, Voice, Bass Guitar

Incorporating all of the above elements and making sure to progress at each students particular pace of development is key. Read More

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Roxanne C

Instruments: Piano, Guitar, Voice, Ukulele, Keyboard, Electric Guitar, Acoustic Guitar

My teaching experience goes back to my college days, as I began teaching private adult lessons for my Studio class 5 years ago and have been teaching privately ever since. For the past year, however, I've been an elementary music teacher in Washington, D.C. I am certified to teach Pre-K-12th grades in public schools, although I usually coach adults privately. I now live in Richmond and gig around the area frequently at weddings, churches, and local venues/theatres. Read More

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Emily T

Instruments: Voice, Music

I am an evidence-based voice teacher. This means that I approach teaching from an anatomical point of view. I value the importance of science and knowledge of how the voice works. For all students, I begin with finding relaxed positions and strengthening exercises. It is important to find your voice! I prefer to talk to singers about what they like in their voices and what they’re specific goals are. Read More

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Kiersten K

Instruments: Voice

I have a very large tool box of methods, strategies and exercises. I like to begin by hearing from my student what the specific goals are. I put together a structured plan specifically for that student, so we can work toward achieving those goals. Lessons are often structured in 2 parts: 1) actual singing and song work, 2) exercises. The exercise portion can include ear training and sight singing components as well as vocalises. Read More

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Nelia M

Instruments: Voice

Each student is different. My teaching style depends on the need of the student. However, generally, I will start with technical exercises to help the student work on a particular skill that can be used in a variety of songs (ex. tone production, vowels, diction). Then the next part of the lesson would be focused on a particular song. I also am happy to work on music theory and music literacy skills with students. Read More

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