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Kari K offers voice lessons in Chicago, IL

Kari K

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...With experience as a conductor, a musical theater director, a general music teacher, a music competition judge, a professional accompanist, and an overall professional performer...I feel that I can bring an amazing assortment of teaching methods to students who all learn differently and at a different pace. ... Read More

Emily B offers voice lessons in Chicago, IL

Emily B

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... I am encouraging yet firm and expect a lot from my students.  My lessons are fun and informative, and they help me convey my love of music!  ... Read More

Jay M offers voice lessons in Chicago, IL

Jay M

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...I am a composer and arranger, so I also like to infuse some basic music theory and compositional/improvisational techniques into my lessons. In short, I am trying to foster new artists! ... Read More

Sheri P offers voice lessons in Chicago, IL

Sheri P

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...For voice, the younger students use Patterns of Sound, with scales, theory, performance and diaphragm exercise are included. Older students start with the the Liebling lesson book after a scale testing is done to see what range they sing in.... Read More

Mark K offers voice lessons in Chicago, IL

Mark K

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...For all ages, I like to find out what my student is interested in, and guide my instruction accordingly to the keep the lessons engaging and fun.... Read More

Peter B offers voice lessons in Chicago, IL

Peter B

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...The approach, overall, is to drive toward the student's goal. When someone wants to learn how to play an instrument well enough to play in a band or orchestra, I usually consider two needs - playing music and interpreting written music.... Read More

Tye D offers voice lessons in Chicago, IL

Tye D

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...I started to understand why certain notes could and couldn't be played, why and how to use different scales. Those things are the same things I try to reveal to the students when the time is right.... Read More

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