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Jan S offers voice lessons in Akron, OH

Jan S

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...Choral Experience: As a member of the Westminster Choir (Joseph Flummerfelt, conductor), I performed with major East coast orchestras. Representative works include: Mozart, Coronation Mass, Requiem; Beethoven, Fifth Symphony, Missa Solemnis; ... Read More

Gary L offers voice lessons in Akron, OH

Gary L

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...A must to learn proper drum playing, whether on snare drum, drumset or even axulliary perucssion instruments. Voice techniques include proper breathing, various exercises and if ok with the student, I encourage their lessons to be recorded for better practice and training purposes. ... Read More

Daniel K offers voice lessons in Akron, OH

Daniel K

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...I am an experienced and passionate teacher and performer. I hold my K-12 Music Teaching Certification in Ohio and New Jersey. As a professional vocalist, I have appeared with various orchestras and small opera companies in Chicago, Cleveland, Philadelphia, and beyond. ... Read More

Gwen B offers voice lessons in Akron, OH

Gwen B

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...I'm a passionate and motivated voice teacher who loves to inspire and share my love of singing. I am a recent graduate from Shenandoah University and received my Master's degree in Music Performance with a concentration in Voice.... Read More

Ryan L offers voice lessons in Akron, OH

Ryan L

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...Learning music is a long process where there are lots of plateaus and climbs. For a beginner it is easy to get better quickly since everything is new and can be seen as an improvement whereas an intermediate or advanced student may take longer to get to the next level.... Read More

Andrea S offers voice lessons in Akron, OH

Andrea S

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...Nothing is more rewarding than seeing one of my students develop a passion for music! Therefore, it's important that each student progresses at his or her own pace.... Read More

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