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Melissa M offers voice lessons in Baltimore, MD

Melissa M

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...She also studied piano for many years, and has experience as an accompanist and vocal coach.Other than her pedagogy training and the typical university diction and literature curriculum, she also took 14 years of French, and lived in a German-speaking country for the better part of a year studying the language. ... Read More

Sammy H offers voice lessons in Baltimore, MD

Sammy H

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...Mr. Huh has made operatic and concert appearances with companies nationwide. Institutions include Washington National Opera at The Kennedy Center, Maryland Lyric Opera, Washington Concert Opera, Chautauqua Opera Company, Aspen Opera Theatre Center, Opera Camerata of Washington, The In-Series Opera, The Virginia Consort, Maryland Opera Studio, Washington Opera Society, Juilliard Opera, Central Maryland Chorale and President's Residence at University of Maryland. ... Read More

Anthony T offers voice lessons in Baltimore, MD

Anthony T

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...For begining student I typically start with a book called Essential Elements. I supplement some of the things in the book with other literature and hand written exercise to help enhance learning experience. ... Read More

Donovan D offers voice lessons in Baltimore, MD

Donovan D

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...I have met and played with many famous and unfamous musicians, and find that the highest amount of talent is undiscovered and uncultivated. That's where I can come in to help you hone your craft!... Read More

John C offers voice lessons in Baltimore, MD

John C

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...If we can work together on a particular piece of music or a song that a student wants to learn, then there is a goal to accomplish and it is fun to reach that goal!... Read More

Benny C offers voice lessons in Baltimore, MD

Benny C

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...I have a passion for teaching with two years of experience at Stone House Jam Academy in Bel Air MD. I would love to teach anyone who is willing to learn.... Read More

Gregory P offers voice lessons in Baltimore, MD

Gregory P

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...Later on, students will learn to read music in-depth--not merely replicating what's represented on the page exactly as-is, but with a broader and deeper understanding of the movements and relatativities taking place within the music, while building an ability (and feeling of mobility) to experiment with re-harmonization, substitutions, and alterations of all sorts.... Read More

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