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Frank S offers voice lessons in Boston, MA

Frank S

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...It is better to practice in shorter increments multiple times per day rather than long dragged out sessions which my become tiring and inefficient. Its is better to rehearse when your rested and feeling fresh. ... Read More

Rhea D offers voice lessons in Boston, MA

Rhea D

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...I started teaching voice because I love to sing, and I enjoy sharing my love of music with others. An important part of my early professional experience has been teaching performing arts enrichment classes (voice, acting, creative writing, spoken word, visual arts, etc.). ... Read More

Jessica P offers voice lessons in Boston, MA

Jessica P

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...In my experience, a student is ready to take lessons when the passion is there themselves! I have taught eager 4 years and adults; the practice dedication is about the same if they are truly motivated! ... Read More

Elif C offers voice lessons in Boston, MA

Elif C

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...For that reason, I create my teaching material after meeting my students. Although I have a lesson plan that includes the fundamentals of music, I adjust the way I teach the material in response to my students needs, interests and temperaments.... Read More

Alexandra P offers voice lessons in Boston, MA

Alexandra P

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...I am a very positive and fun individual, and I will always try my best to make your voice lessons not only productive, but a great time!... Read More

Charity K offers voice lessons in Boston, MA

Charity K

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...As students become proficient in the basics, I will lean into their musical interests and teach what they love, helping them reach their musical goals and beyond.... Read More

Anna J offers voice lessons in Boston, MA

Anna J

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...After so many years being the student myself, my teaching goals are essentially to take the best parts from each teacher I've studied with throughout the years, meld it into something new, and still continue their lineage and legacy.... Read More

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