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Barry L offers voice lessons in Charlotte, NC

Barry L

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...PIANO, FLUTE, SAXOPHONE and VOICE             I have been active in the music industry for over 40 years as a teacher and performer, along with holding positions as musical director, arranger, accompanist, and in show production. ... Read More

Raissa Z offers voice lessons in Charlotte, NC

Raissa Z

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...I use an integrated style of lesson that is custom-made to each individual student regarding his/her voice type and needs, as well as different areas of music language that need more studying, like theory, music notation, solfege, rhythm, basic piano technique, ear training. ... Read More

Robert C offers voice lessons in Charlotte, NC

Robert C

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...He has sung and has appeared in concert as a soloist on several recordings with the Symphonic Orchestra of Minas Gerais. Robert lived and was a vocal coach in San Francisco from 2008 to 2012 at Blue Bear School of Music and was involved with several music projects in the Bay Area pursuing his passion for coaching, songwriting, singing, producing and recording. ... Read More

Danette D offers voice lessons in Charlotte, NC

Danette D

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...I also homeschooled my own children. I am a teacher. It is how I think and behave.I love to learn, and I also love helping others love learning.... Read More

John H offers voice lessons in Charlotte, NC

John H

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...I help buildmuscles that will aid in this as well. It is all about whatever worksfor the student too, because if one thing works for one student, itmay not work for another.... Read More

Matthew M offers voice lessons in Charlotte, NC

Matthew M

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...As lessons progress, the curriculum becomes more challenging. Depending on each students abilities and goals, I will most likely one of the following methods: Faber, Alfred, John Thompson, or Suzuki.... Read More

Martin S offers voice lessons in Charlotte, NC

Martin S

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...For beginning students, breath, tone and and musical literacy are of paramount importance; we also learn the basics of singing in languages that are good for the developing voice, like Italian, and of course English.... Read More

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