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Kristin F offers voice lessons in Cary, NC

Kristin F


...There is something completely satisfying about seeing a student's face light up when they understand or master a concept. Unfortunately, I've dealt with insufficient instructors in the past, and nothing is worse than feeling like it's your fault when you mess up as a student. ... Read More

Spencer S offers voice lessons in Cary, NC

Spencer S


...My elementary school chorus teacher validated my belief in my ability and encouraged my determination to create and perform music. She arranged an audition for me to the North Carolina Boys Choir and placed her professional opinion in view of those whose influence and financial capacity would determine that I indeed had the chance to be in the choir. ... Read More

Logan V offers voice lessons in Cary, NC

Logan V


...For younger students who are a member of a school band or choir, I will spend a good portion of the time working out of whichever method book and other materials they use for class, in order to make the content in congruence with their other instruction. ... Read More

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