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Mandy B offers voice lessons in Alexandria, VA

Mandy B


...In summer of 2012, Mandy was a studio artist with Chautauqua Opera for their summer season and has a large resume of other operatic performance experience. She has a wide knowledge base of music, but specializes in Classical, Jazz, and Musical Theater. **Photo by Roy Cox ... Read More

Michael B offers voice lessons in Alexandria, VA

Michael B


...Michael has over 8 years of experience teaching students from age 6 through adult, from directing large ensembles (70+) to private lessons. He specializes in teaching singing, but also has taught beginning guitar and piano lessons, composition, music theory and history, and digital recording. ... Read More

Frederick C offers voice lessons in Alexandria, VA

Frederick C


... For beginning students, I teach with a method that would not "reinvent the wheel" learning notes on they instrument which makes sense to them easily. A,B,C, etc.. ... Read More

John C offers voice lessons in Alexandria, VA

John C


...Prior to this, I obtained a Master of Music degree from Peabody in 2007, and a Bachelor of Music degree from the University of Arkansas in 2004. I have had performances of my music in Baltimore, New York, Seattle, Cincinnati, and Fayetteville, AR.... Read More

Natalie E offers voice lessons in Alexandria, VA

Natalie E


...I have a Bachelors of Music in both Voice and Flute Performance from the University of California at Santa Cruz, as well as a Masters of Music from the USC Thornton School of Music.... Read More

Cammeron W offers voice lessons in Alexandria, VA

Cammeron W


...I want them to learn how to play so they can express themselves. By playing the piano, one can use positive or negative energy to reduce excessive pressure.... Read More

Alex T offers voice lessons in Alexandria, VA

Alex T


...In addition to theatrical roles, I also hove over a decade of choral experience including concert, symphonic, and madrigal choirs as well as vocal jazz. I amd the librettist of the short opera PETROV, which, in 2019, had its international premiere in Belgrade, Serbia.... Read More

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