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Amelia B offers voice lessons in Chula Vista , CA

Amelia B

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...As a classically trained vocalist and graduate of Berklee College of Music, I specialize in utilizing contemporary repertoire as a vehicle for teaching solid technique. Depending on the individual goals of the student, lessons can consist of any combination of the following: technique, music theory, sight reading, vocal workouts, diction, interpretation, stage presence, leading a band, etc. ... Read More

Betsy F offers voice lessons in Chula Vista , CA

Betsy F

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...Vocal students are encouraged to pick songs from whatever genre sparks their interest.  With violin and viola I use the suzuki method of training and follow the books and lessons, and I use other books to supplement scales/technique.  If a student already has musical literature I am very open to using that to build a specific curriculum for that student. ... Read More

Annie H offers voice lessons in Chula Vista , CA

Annie H

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...My teaching style is more colloquial than most. I prefer and enjoy an environment that promotes expression of the student where we can learn from eachother. I understand the uniqueness of each of my students and cater to their needs be it attention span, shyness, learning speeds,etc. ... Read More

Sharmay M offers voice lessons in Chula Vista , CA

Sharmay M

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...I've had the honor of singing all over the world, including making my Carnegie Hall Debut as the Alto Soloist in Vivaldi's "Gloria." I maintain an active performing career as a mainstage artist.... Read More

Ishmael M offers voice lessons in Chula Vista , CA

Ishmael M

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...I learned to play piano, organ and to compose music at Cuyamaca. Self-taught in guitar. I have played in venues such as House of Blues-San Diego, San Diego Zoo and Chicano Park's 47th Anniversary.... Read More

David E offers voice lessons in Chula Vista , CA

David E

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...There are also recitals and open mics that I like to arrange for my students to showcase everything they have learned and bring joy to themselves and the audience alike with fun performances!... Read More

Mariantonia L offers voice lessons in Chula Vista , CA

Mariantonia L

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...For my beginning piano students, I like to start with Alfreds performance books and music theory to help assist the note and music reading. My cello students that are still in the beginning stages I like to have using the Suzuki books to help work towards more advanced music and skills.... Read More

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