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Sierra S offers voice lessons in Cleveland, OH

Sierra S

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...I have been teaching piano 20 years ago as a first job out of a small church in Millersburg, Ohio. I had been taking piano since I was three and had been doing competition piano. ... Read More

Will T offers voice lessons in Cleveland, OH

Will T

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...My lessons focus on trouble areas identified during the initial lesson. I would develop a plan of attack setting realistic goals that are both measureable, realistic and obtainable to achieve. ... Read More

Katrina R offers voice lessons in Cleveland, OH

Katrina R

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...If my students do not have a particular song or songs picked out then I assign songs, trying to adhere to the student's interest, during the second lesson. ... Read More

Jesse B offers voice lessons in Cleveland, OH

Jesse B

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...My intention is to make learning to play the guitar fun. Motivating students to practice brings me joy because I know starting out is tough. Teaching others comes effortlessly to me because I'm doing what I love.... Read More

Jonathon S offers voice lessons in Cleveland, OH

Jonathon S

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...You should began to see growth after the first month. Sometimes sooner depending on the student's age and readiness. My goal to have the student learn something new every week and be able to demonstrate it back to me the following week.... Read More

Will E offers voice lessons in Cleveland, OH

Will E

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...Before I begin teaching a student, I sit down with them and discuss their musical goals, their lifestyle and vocal habits, and what music they listen to for fun.... Read More

LaWon S offers voice lessons in Cleveland, OH

LaWon S

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...I encourage this by setting realistic goals for my students at each lesson. Acknowledging accomplishments helps fuel a students desire to progress, and makes students eager to learn more.... Read More

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