Featured Voice Teachers Near Burlington, NJ

Christian K

Christian K

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I like to challenge my students when I feel they should be. I also try very hard to showcase them whenever possible to show the community the great talent that is amongst us. I would have to say my main approach to teaching is figuring out what works best for each individual student, seeing as though everyone learns differently and at different paces. Forcing a student to learn something when they don't want to is something I do not allow, I can only encourage but not force. The student must love and appreiciate what he or she is working on and that is what I believe leads to success and love in music. 

Benjamin D

Benjamin D

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I am a passionate young instructor who loves to share music with new students. I graduated from West Chester University in 2014 with a BA in Musical Theatre and a Minor in Music. After graduating, I moved to Center City, Philadelphia - where I continue to teach students today. I have sang all over the world, whether it be through choirs or theatre, and I know the opportunities and the job that musicianship can bring to people. My focus is very much on performing the song with acting as much as it is singing, to create a fully realized performance - this helps musicians better connect with their audience, and strengthens multiple areas of performance.

Deborah B

Deborah B

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For beginning piano students who are children, I usually start with Faber and Faber methods and performance books.  I supplement with other solo materials as the student progresses.  For beginning adult piano students, I use Alfred's Adult PIano Method.  For the more advanced students, music is typically chosen from a variety of sources, so that the student is playing music that is challenging and enjoyable. Voice students generally begin with the basics of voice technique and singing.  Songs are chosen depending on the student's area of interest, ranging from classical, opera, musical theater, pop and more.  Students are taught how to expand their range, improve tone, proper breath support and how to produce a tone that is healthy and natural. I have a lot of experience performing in musical theater and music directing musicals and I specialize in coaching students for musical theater auditions and college auditions.

Elaine F

Elaine F

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As a musical theatre performer, voice teacher and coach, I have learned the singer’s paramount need is to maintain vocal health and consistency of performance.  This is achieved by laying a foundation of solid vocal training, focusing on the healthy functional use of the voice with emphasis on the following aspects to develop a secure singing technique: ·         Determination of correct voice category and range ·         Proper breath support and natural resonance ·         Alignment of body and larynx ·         Relaxation of the jaw, tongue and pharynx ·         Correct diction and articulation ·         Ear training exercises ·         Repertoire selection appropriate to age and voice type ·         Interpretation-integrating text and musical expression

Kendra B

Kendra B

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I have Essential Elements to start out with band instruments, but I also use etudes from many other method books, including some that my colleagues have compiled. I think its important to cover bases using method books, but I think it's also important to keep students engaged with repertoire that interests them. No matter how old you are, if you have music that is not inspiring, it is much harder to diligently practice. So each student will have different tastes and goals. Solo repertoire for all levels are usually engaging and appropriate.

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