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Alison H

Alison H

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My approach to students and lessons is very personal - not only do I want to understand each student's personality/temperament and life situation and use that to shape my approach, but I want to open their minds to the variety of ways that music overlaps so many other disciplines and life interactions.   If I have an adult working in a highly analytical field, I want him to see the patterns and mathematical foundations within music, and yet use music as a launching pad to explore creativity and spontanaeity.   If my hour is spent with a precocious child or an unmotivated teenager, I find both the fun and structured elements of music, and relate it back to things they know and love.  I work to open their eyes not only to the present, but the future - teaching them how foundational concepts of music can be hugely influential in developing them into well-rounded, disciplined, yet creative teens and adults.   I seek to know my students, and for them to know that I care about them, while still focusing on the study of music for our time together.  My students will never say, "We just don't do anything!" in our lessons.  But they will also never think I am cold or impersonal. Always, I am seeking to understand a student's present identity, diagnose weaknesses and strengths in knowlege and discipline, and then work to stimulate her mind and develop her into a well-rounded artist and citizen.    

Raissa Z

Raissa Z

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As being a student of some great singers, teachers and Maestros of Bel canto style of singing here and in Italy, I am a strong believer and practitioner of that school. Just like any other instrument, ours is one and the same, no matter what style we choose to perform. The only difference is- we, as singers, must build our instrument as well as learn how to use it at the same time. if built wrong, it wont work, or last. And just like Guarnieri or Stradivari violins are the best violins out there, the Bel canto school, in my ( and many others) opinion, is the best method for building true, strong, healthy, and lasting voice. Once you have a good, solid instrument, use it in any style or genre you want!

Andrea R

Andrea R

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I am a caring and passionate voice teacher who loves teaching what I've learned, as well as the passion and love I have for music, to students. I graduated from Austin Peay State University in 2013 with a BS in Vocal Performance. I was in a world renowned children's choir back home in PR, called San Juan Children's Choir, for 10 years. With them I got to travel the world performing. That was one of the most enriching experiences ever. I have performed several operas with the Opera workshop at Austin Peay State University. I love to perform on stage.

Jamie W

Jamie W

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I am a violin/viola and voice teacher in Carolina Beach. I also teach Introduction to Music classes for young children, designed to be taken with a Iparent. Your child will beer introduced to singing, piano, violin, and guitar as well as rhythm and reading music through games and activities. Voice lessons include basic piano/keyboard skills with music theory, and all of my lessons incorporate music history, sight-reading, and ear-training. 

Martin S

Martin S

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I began giving voice lessons during my graduate studies to both young singers and older beginners who wished to sing for reasons of self-fulfillment. This is clearly a large gap in spectrum here and I had to learn quickly how to adapt from lesson to lesson, as you can imagine. No matter where you fit on the spectrum, I feel confident in my ability as a teacher to quickly and astutely assess where you are, what could use improvement and creating a plan together to achieve whatever your definition of success may be. One element that transverses across the aforementioned spectrum is the joy one should always keep close while singing. This joy for singing is precious and is an astounding indicator for how things are going. I believe the teacher-student relationship should be challenging and should stretch the boundaries of ones' comfort zone, but should never assault ones enjoyment of their art. 

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