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Stuart W offers voice lessons in Denver, CO

Stuart W

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...I've had two students compete on American Idol and other various international talent competitions. One of my greatest joys, is to work with fresh, new and eager students and to watch them grow as performers. ... Read More

Eric F offers voice lessons in Denver, CO

Eric F

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...I do expect my students to practice, as it is the only way a student will improve and grow to love music even more. I encourage my students to get involved in any talent shows at school, as well as any competitions and recitals available in the area. ... Read More

Vickie S offers voice lessons in Denver, CO

Vickie S

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...For beginning voice I start with the fundamentals and breathing techniques. For beginning Clarinet lessons I start with the basics and fundamentals from assembling and disassembling the instrument along with proper cleaning, Storage and proper placement of fingers for playing and basic breathing techniques. ... Read More

Daniel A offers voice lessons in Denver, CO

Daniel A

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..."Live" practice would be an ideal way to describe how I teach. I never encourage too much of one practice or rote memorization. The mind consolidates information more quickly and makes many more neural connections through variety and "new stimuli." Many practices in our culture can be boring and lack efficiency because they lack these basic principles.... Read More

Christine H offers voice lessons in Denver, CO

Christine H

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...I am a Lebanese-American soprano who has performed opera, musical theater, concerts, and recitals in the United States and the Middle East. I have performed many operatic roles in Florida and Colorado, including Dalinda in Handel's opera Ariodante, and am looking forward to be playing the role of Maria in West Side Story with Eklund Opera.... Read More

Megan G offers voice lessons in Denver, CO

Megan G

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...Student's should never feel like they are being punished for not understanding a concept, and should instead feel supported and comfortable asking questions and taking the time they need to fully understand and master the techniques of their chosen instrument.... Read More

Lauren E offers voice lessons in Denver, CO

Lauren E

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...I have a couple semesters under my belt of private instruction as well as piano. I also continued leadership roles in college, including section leader, choral officer, assistant conductor, and director of two choral ensembles.... Read More

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