Featured Voice Teachers Near Austin, TX

Sara K

Sara K

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I keep my lessons very relaxed.  I want the student to feel comfortable.  This does not mean, however, that I do not hold high expectations for my students.  I hold the students responsible for their own progress.  If they don't practice, they do not improve.  I make sure they and their parents (if applicable) know exactly what they should be working on each week, as well as areas that need improvement.

Daniel C

Daniel C

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My teaching experiences have been positive, fun, and I've built good relationships with my students. My favorite part about teaching is seeing singers gain confidence in their singing ability and hearing their voices grow. I belive that any learning experience should be fun above all things. I learn a lot from my students, and I encourage them to take risks and opportunities to make them into better musicians. One of the most important things for me is putting my students out there and exposing them to new opportunities that will further enhance their singing and musical ability.

Odyessey F

Odyessey F

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For beginning students we work on the fundamentals of musics such as music theory, rhythmic notation, and techniques. Once the student has comprehend the fundamentals of music then I will introduce solo repertoire appropriate in preparation for a recital performance. In meeting with the adults we go over the goals to achieve and work towards them. I will try to find certain genres of music the student is interest in and focus the lesson of that particular genre. My overall goal is to develop great musicians.

David L

David L

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I teach guitar, piano, bass guitar and even upright bass. If it's a tutor you are looking for I can also teach music theory and appreciation. I have a knack for teaching young people, probably because when I was young when I started my musical journey. I've been very successful at inspiring a student's love of music and instilling the patience required to take on the challenge of playing an instrument. I also have experience teaching children with special needs such as ADHD and the Autism Spectrum.  

Melody C

Melody C

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As mentioned, I began teaching in my teenage years and to this day, it is one of my greatest passions. Equipping someone with new ways to express their love for music and emotions inside is absolutely thrilling to me! While i have mostly taught private lessons, I have also taught for a couple different music companies as well and had great success with my students! I find it very easy to “find the connection” right off the back with my students and they seem to respond very well to my personality and teaching styles.

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