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Sierra S

Sierra S

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 I have been teaching in the Columbus area for 7 years.  I have studied piano and voice for 23 years performing and had experience auditioning for and performing in musical theater, opera, and contemporary settings.  I currently reside with my husband in Westerville where we run one location of my studios.  I also teach out of a church in Lewis Center where I lead worship.

Dustin S

Dustin S

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I am an advocate for putting the music in the body.  I studied with a professor for 6 years who was an expert in Dalcroze Eurhythmics which focuses on singing with gestures and dancing out rhythms and melody lines. I love solfege and incorporate it every chance I get when learning a piece.  For example, Kodaly Methodology singing with hand signs, which is a good practice for all ages.  When it comes to singing, it's not always easy even with just one person looking at you.  It is my job to make lessons as comfortable and relaxed as possible. I believe positive reinforcement and encouragement fuels the students and keeps them engaged.

Sarah G

Sarah G

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Whether you are just beginning your vocal adventure or you have had previous experience, you can count on me to help you along the way!  I love performing and I will help you work through any issues you may have.  Honestly, most confidence is built through practice and positive self talk. We will work together on this so you will shine your brightest!!!  I want you to grow as a vocalist and feel proud of your accomplishments!

Will T

Will T

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My teaching began in the late 1990's as professional musician in the United States Marine Corps teaching new Marine Musicians how to double & triple tongue and play minor scales as well as Greek Modes.I enjoyed the challenge of teaching someone a skill or technique. My reward is watching the lightbulb come on and them master the new skill.   I have played professionally for over 15 years and taught flautists during this time. I loe to have a un and laid back lesson that reinforces skill all while keeping the fun in the lesson.

Nathan O

Nathan O

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I have been teaching private and group lessons on voice and guitar for the past 10 years.   I conduct several ensembles currently including two church choirs, a contemporary worship group, a handbell choir, and a competition men's a cappella (barbershop) chorus. I actively perform with several groups ranging from an internationally ranked barbershop quartet to Ohio's only professional choir.  I apply my experiences with these groups to find the ideal lesson plan for each student.   I encourage regular practice, a consistent lesson schedule, and performance opportunities.  Much like my performance experience, I believe that a combination of classical, contemporary and jazz selections make for an effective learning experience for the student. 

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