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Rebecca H offers voice lessons in Corona, CA

Rebecca H

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...I've been teaching in the greater Los Angeles area for almost 20 years, teaching students from ages 4 - 92 (yes, really! 92!). Levels range from beginning to professional, with advanced students having won scholarships and awards. I encourage all of my students to learn the language of music; to learn about their instrument and the best means of expression using that instrument.  For the past 8 years, lessons have been supplemented with an annual holiday recital where students have the opportunity to perform, which is an important part of the learning process! ... Read More

Adrian R offers voice lessons in Corona, CA

Adrian R

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...I believe that creating a system for singing that instills confidence in how a person presents themself vocally, offers a framework by which a person can simultaneously express themselves through the music. ... Read More

Steve B offers voice lessons in Corona, CA

Steve B

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...Its not always going to be easy and they will fall and stumble and when that does happen (and it will) I will be there to show them how to pick themselves up. ... Read More

Kimberly M offers voice lessons in Corona, CA

Kimberly M

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...As stated previously sight reading will be enforced in my studio as well a weekly ear trainings to really appreciate excel you as a musician and your music knowledge.... Read More

Addy S offers voice lessons in Corona, CA

Addy S

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...I will help guide you towards repertoire that will help expand your knowledge of how your instrument works and inspire you to keep exploring and learning. Much will be guided by your goals as a musician.... Read More

Billy C offers voice lessons in Corona, CA

Billy C

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...I started out teaching group sessions for local singers in Southern California at no cost for 4 years starting in 2013. Eventually, students from the group classes started to seek me out for individual lessons and I was also invited to be the lead vocal coach for a singing competition called ETTV Top Stars held by ETTV America in 2017 as well as 2019.... Read More

Cesar B offers voice lessons in Corona, CA

Cesar B

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...My approach to singing comes from the Bel Canto school of singing. Bel Canto is Italian for beautiful singing and while I was trained this way, I believe in meeting students at their vocal level and build from there.... Read More

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