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Bulent G

Bulent G

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I started teaching voice and drums in the mid-1990s, and piano in 2009. In addition to my private studio, I taught voice at The Boston Conservatory. I enjoy teaching, and view it as making music together in a learning environment. Lessons are both disciplined and fun. 

Frank S

Frank S

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My teaching style is customized to the student.  I encourge working with scales, rhythms, solfedge (do, re, mi, fa) improvisation, ear-training and also working with and learning songs. Depending on the needs of the student I then move into more advance techniques such as intonation, phrasing, and sight reading.

Jessica P

Jessica P

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I consider myself to be a positive person who loves to laugh. I feel that music is an expression of oneself, so learning should be fun and be full of success. For beginners, I set small goals to start then add on more as I see thae student can handle more. For intermediate and Advanced students, I challenge them, but also make sure they are playing/singing things they like. I hope to foster a love in music, and bring out the musician in all of them.

Christine Elise C

Christine Elise C

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My teaching experience began in high school, when I started teaching small classes of children ages 3-13 at my church. I continued to develop my teaching abilities in college, when I directed a small choir. My favorite part of directing that choir was the one-on-one sessions (fun on ones, as my singers called them). These one on ones were dedicated to developing each member's individual voice and grasp of vocal technique, so that I could be certain that all of the singers were singing healthily. With my students I like to tackle some classical repertoire in order to hone technique and some modern or musical theater repertoire to be sure my students are having fun learning music!

Rhea D

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.).  In addition to private and group instruction for students of all ages and various genres, my work as an educator also includes: ·  designing courses and conducting workshops and panel discussions in the fields of arts, education, and business/ entrepreneurship ·  training teachers in writing and implementing academic and recreational arts lesson plans ·  managing, directing, and producing educational, cultural, and arts performances and special events   My voice students (at all levels of development) engage in learning about: Vocal Anatomy and Voice Health, Respiration and Breath Control, Sound Waves and Vibrational Energy, Rhythm, Pitch, Tone, Melody, Harmony, Timing/Phrasing, Posture and Presence, History and Culture, and more!

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