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Patrick W offers voice lessons in Alexandria, VA

Patrick W

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...I attained my M. Ed. in leadership and supervision at Antioch University. There I learned how better apply my teaching methods for more beneficial outcomes.  My most recent employment, with Nashville Public Schools (Music City!!!), afforded me the opportunity to teach modern band. ... Read More

Alex A offers voice lessons in Alexandria, VA

Alex A

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...I am very passionate about music, and I try to motivate my students towards a similar love of music of all styles and genres. In 2014, I have completed my studies at Boston University, where I completed a PhD in Musicology with a focus on jazz of the 1930s and 1940s. ... Read More

Dwight H offers voice lessons in Alexandria, VA

Dwight H

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...The most satisfying moment as a teacher is when a student finally "gets it", and for students, I find that lessons are the most fun when the student feels capable and not overwhelmed. ... Read More

Kareem E offers voice lessons in Alexandria, VA

Kareem E

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...If thought this way, then the time we have together will be focused on taking students to the next step of their potentials. Listening to your own voice is the first step to developing your personal technique and artistry.... Read More

Sun K offers voice lessons in Alexandria, VA

Sun K

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...Encouraging regular practice on a consistent schedule is one of the key points I like to emphasize for younger students, as it tends to help the student progress and gain a passion for the instrument.... Read More

Harry W offers voice lessons in Alexandria, VA

Harry W

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...I use Bastien Piano Basics for young and older beginners, as well as supplemental books from Alfred Piano and Hal Leonard. For intermediate students, we begin building a repertoire together of pieces the student enjoys and plays well.... Read More

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