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Jonathan E offers voice lessons in Denver, CO

Jonathan E

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...I've played trombone since 1998 and have performed professionally since 2002 across the entire spectrum of genres and venues. I have had the opportunity to perform abroad in Thailand and Brazil with such groups/acts as the Bangkok Big Band, Eduardo Proenca, Peter Montalbano Septet, Diamante, and the FarUp Band. ... Read More

Lilly S offers voice lessons in Denver, CO

Lilly S

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...For voice, I assess the student's natural gifts and ear and capitalize from there. Starting with breath control, posture, and pitch control, then advancing to mouth placements, diction, and emotion. ... Read More

Eric F offers voice lessons in Denver, CO

Eric F

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...Valuable life lessons come from playing a music instrument. Focus, discipline, love and commitment, ability to adapt and work with other people, be more social and active in community. ... Read More

Vickie S offers voice lessons in Denver, CO

Vickie S

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...Music has always been a big part of my life and sharing and teaching others is just the icing on top of the cake so to speak.... Read More

Matthew G offers voice lessons in Denver, CO

Matthew G

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...I am a composer, song-writer, pianist, and guitarist. I have been writing, performing and producing music for well over a decade in addition to teaching. I am also an experienced singer, though I have never had formal training in this (only intuitively).... Read More

Jeanne T offers voice lessons in Denver, CO

Jeanne T

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...I teach adults with one or two method books, and quickly teach them how to play some polished music using chords and other easy techniques. I teach composing from a young age, it's not only fun, but encourages learning music from a creative angle.... Read More

Ryan S offers voice lessons in Denver, CO

Ryan S

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...I'm a passionate musician from a small town in Missouri. My love for music started at a young age and I'm happy to say much of my personal and professional time has been spent surrounded by it.... Read More

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