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Daniel K offers voice lessons in Akron, OH

Daniel K

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...The link below is from that production, where I served as vocal music director and pianist for the band. I am a very accomplished pianist/accompanist, and my students benefit from my ability to coach them directly from the piano while playing for them. ... Read More

Andy P offers voice lessons in Akron, OH

Andy P

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...I belive music is the universal language. It doesnt matter what type of music you play, the theory is all the same. When you learn a song, the theory should be learned as well. ... Read More

Zack R offers voice lessons in Akron, OH

Zack R

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... I always give students attainable goals for the next week, and a few long-term goals.  I find these goals help keep the student on task from week to week and give them something to keep striving for. ... Read More

Ryan L offers voice lessons in Akron, OH

Ryan L

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...The hardest thing to master on the bass is the balance of good intonation and good time. Rhythm is the key to music and if the beat is not strong and felt within you then you are not really playing.... Read More

Matthew R. B offers voice lessons in Akron, OH

Matthew R. B

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...I'm confident in my ability to cater my skills in each student's direction. My students, their parents, and my employers often commend me on my patience and adaptability.... Read More

Xiaoyang Z offers voice lessons in Akron, OH

Xiaoyang Z

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...I have teaching experience until now. I taught voice lesson at CSA for choir kids. I am also teaching piano for some kids now. I love music and I will share the essential technique for voice and piano to students.... Read More

Rowanne A offers voice lessons in Akron, OH

Rowanne A

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...My teaching style is based on love, patience, kindness and understanding. My priority is to create a safe space for students so that they can express themselves freely and authentically.... Read More

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