Featured Voice Teachers Near Buffalo, NY

Sarabeth M

Sarabeth M

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My music studio is one that encourages collaboration, excellent technique and quality musicianship at every level and ability.  I work with each student to set realistic goals so I can tailor lessons to guide him or her to achieve those goals.  It is important to discover what inspires the student, so he or she and I can work together to grow musically. We will celebrate achievements together and stay focused on developing into people with a passion and love for music!

Rebecca S

Rebecca S

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I'm an energetic and passionate instructor, who loves working with students of all ages and levels to share my love of music, and encourage growth! I am currently entering my final year of undergrad in Music Education at SUNY Buffalo State, with a classical voice concentration. I enjoy singing jazz as well in the surrounding Buffalo area, and have performed with the Buffalo Philharmonic Chorus.

Kristina B

Kristina B

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I love to see my students building confidence in themselves as musicians. A connection with music is a lifelong journey, and I am pleased to help my students progress, no matter where they are along this path. I like to help my students set realistic goals and to give them the support, skills, and encouragement to reach those goals. 

Amy G

Amy G

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Fortunately, while attending graduate school I was given the opportunity to teach as an associate professor of voice at the Conservatory level.  I worked with many different age groups as well as vocal styles.  I encouraged my students to perform in a recital at the end of the semester to help them strive for their personal best.  It was so wonderful to see how improved everyone was at the end of the year.  Although some were nervous my students always thanked me for the opportunity to get up infront of their family and peers to push themselves to the next level.  I am hoping to grow a studio of eager individuals who are willing to try new things.

Brett S

Brett S

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I focus on the student as an upcoming musician. I recognize their weaknesses and strengths and I conduct my lessons around what they have learned and what they need help learning to accomplish their goals.

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