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Noaide G offers voice lessons in Arlington, TX

Noaide G

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

Barbara D offers voice lessons in Arlington, TX

Barbara D

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...I have trained choirs and soloist and taught singing lessons for more than 10 years. I also have trained praise dancers and trained, accompanied instrumentally and toured an All City Children's Choir throughout Tarrant County for many years. ... Read More

Lauriann C offers voice lessons in Arlington, TX

Lauriann C

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...Just like homeschooling, students will learn individually at their own pace. Students must enjoy their lesson. Sometimes the students may find it discouraging but it is my mission to give them acknowledgment in their accomplishments and nurturing so they can continue to flourish and be the best musicians they can be. ... Read More

Dayne H offers voice lessons in Arlington, TX

Dayne H

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...Whatever it is that you may desire to explore, be it music theory, improvisation, composition, instrumental techniques, playing in a group setting, or just learning your favorite song, it would be an honor and a delight to provide lessons that are enriching, engaging, informative, and most importantly, fun!... Read More

Scott S offers voice lessons in Arlington, TX

Scott S

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...My music teaching began when, in 1992, I limited myself to playing duets with a Trumpet playing friend. We arranged 50 hymns as Duets for Trumpet and Bass Trombone.... Read More

Christina H offers voice lessons in Arlington, TX

Christina H

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...I first found my love of singing when I ran across Andrew Lloyd Weber's the Phantom of the Opera. I feel in love with Christine's voice and would sing along to the soundtrack every single day.... Read More

Allison A offers voice lessons in Arlington, TX

Allison A

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...I also listen to the students and find out what repertoire and styles they would like to work on. I also think it is important to help build the confidence of the student.... Read More

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