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Chris A

Chris A

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I have successfully brought begining singers that had trouble matching pitch to competition-level singing abillity within a year. I have also worked with more advanced singers who could sing well in one genre but wanted to learn a new one. 

Jamie T

Jamie T

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I've been teaching voice and piano, both privately and in public schools, for 12 years in the Austin area. I have taught all ages and styles and am open to any kind of music. I believe in practice and routine as a foundation to learning, but also improvisation and experimentation. I learn best across multiple media and I LOVE using the internet and a variety of applications to supplement my student's studies. My goal for all students is a very rounded music education, with great fundamental techniques and practice habits for their instrument.

Julianne B

Julianne B

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I instruct students by drawing upon practical teaching experience in both the public education and private settings. These experiences total fifteen plus years and enable me to draw students out and adapt to their learning styles quickly. Some things I love most about teaching are helping students develop their voice, their confidence, and seeing them experience personal growth. I make time to play briefly during students' lessons as an example of my own practicing. I also make sure I perform at recitals in order to motivate them to continue learning piano and/or vocal repertoire. I think sharing my own experiences during my childhood and college instruction is an important part of letting students know I have been where they are in their own studies. I love sharing the finest points of music compositions and helping students develop tools that will enable them to learn to become strong pianists or vocalists. Generally, I teach only one area, however, I have learned to develop an approach for teaching piano and voice concurrently for both children and adults who have goals of learning both instruments. I have recently begun to develop singing materials for very young students aged five through ten so they can enjoy choir and/or transition to actual vocal technique beginning at age eleven. I strive to balance between nurturing and holding students to a standard of excellence. I make sure to provide a focused lesson in a friendly and supportive manner.

David L

David L

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The first thing I like to do is get to know you, the music you enjoy and your goals. I always come prepared to lead, but in a way, I like to begin by following the student's lead.   In addition to learning from you, I intend to present you with new information, to try and broaden your musical tastes and teach you how to be an active listener.      

Keeley H

Keeley H

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I started teaching voice part-time in college, and once I graduated took on a full time position teaching privately in my home studio, student’s homes, and in schools in Round Rock. Implementing the motivation and lesson plan to practice regularly is an important skill that can be learned while still having fun. I provide students the tools to help overcome stage fright, gain confidence, integrate performance technique, and feel better about singing while learning their favorite music! Students of mine have made the All-Region choir, All District auditions, choir solos, musical roles, and sang the national anthem for organizations. I am obtaining my master's in Vocal Performance and Pedagogy, where I am taking classes specifically designed for teaching private voice lessons.

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