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Chris A offers voice lessons in Austin, TX

Chris A

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...Chris was a member of UNT's A Capella Choir, ranked among the top five undergraduate choirs in the nation. He has worked with numerous acclaimed performers and voice teachers including Laurel Miller, Lella Cuberli, Richard Croft, Dr. ... Read More

Darrell V offers voice lessons in Austin, TX

Darrell V

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...30+ years performing experience: baroque, classical, jazz, orchestral, march, gospel, blues, folk, bluegrass, big band, country, rock, metal, theater, pop, punk, Americana, avant-garde, grunge; Solo, small combo, large band, and orchestral experience. 20+ years teaching experience: guitar [Spanish, acoustic, electric], electric bass, voice, piano, keyboard, woodwinds [specializing in saxophones], percussion, violin, brass, composing, arranging, songwriting, recording, management; ... Read More

Alan E offers voice lessons in Austin, TX

Alan E

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...It also includes some great classic repertoire. For guitar, I start beginners with basic chord and strumming patterns, as well as finger exercises geared towards developing the ability to play scales and simple melodies. ... Read More

Daniel C offers voice lessons in Austin, TX

Daniel C

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...My favorite book for beginning singers is the 24 Italian Songs Arias. A lot of good habits and technique can be learned through repertoire. In my voice lessons, I'll focus on breathing, resonance, singer's health, good practice habits, musicianship, pronunciation/diction, and performance.... Read More

Odyessey F offers voice lessons in Austin, TX

Odyessey F

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...I'm a passionate music educator that loves teaching music to people of all ages not their musical background. In 2011 I graduated for Huston-Tillotson University with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Music Education.... Read More

David L offers voice lessons in Austin, TX

David L

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...No matter the age or experience level of the student, I like to get them playing steady, complete sounding music within the first month. It may sound a little daunting at first, but I truly believe anyone is capable of playing music.... Read More

Chrissy W offers voice lessons in Austin, TX

Chrissy W

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...Some featured roles include portraying Phyllis in Gilbert Sullivans Iolanthe, Despina in Mozarts Cosi fan tutte, and Susanna in Mozarts Le Nozze di Figaro. In the spring of 2009, I was a featured soloist for Charpentier's Midnight Mass at the UTSA Masterwork Concert, and again in 2010 for Handel's Messiah.... Read More

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