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Jennifer G offers voice lessons in Denver, CO

Jennifer G

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...Additionally, I'm known for making lessons fun and letting students work on their current favorite songs in addition to my own suggestions. I will even sing along with you until you feel comfortable! ... Read More

Teresa W offers voice lessons in Denver, CO

Teresa W

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...The excellent education that I received at ISYM, proved to be a critical influence on my desire to succeed musically and academically. I earned 14 scholarships for college and returned to The University of Illinois where I received my Bachelors in Music Education with Instrumental Specialization and became certified toteachBand, Choir, and Orchestra for Grades K-12. ... Read More

Kathryn R offers voice lessons in Denver, CO

Kathryn R

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...I love working with students of all ability levels and ages! Each lesson is so different depending on what background the students has, what genres of music they like, voice type, etc. ... Read More

Stuart W offers voice lessons in Denver, CO

Stuart W

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...I believe in Keeping it Fun! We get to play. Playing is a big part of the creative process, in that it involves experimenting and finding new ideas, thoughts, and processes that work best for each individual and that will lead to the perfect practice and the excitement of performance.... Read More

Daniel I offers voice lessons in Denver, CO

Daniel I

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...I focus on ear training and theory most especially at first lesson. My methods vary on a case to case basis.Beginer to advanced level grade placement consideration.... Read More

Matthew G offers voice lessons in Denver, CO

Matthew G

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...Naturally, my method will adapt to each student's needs. This will depend firstly on what style of music we are working to develop. Next, I will base my approach on the students level of abilities.... Read More

Ryan S offers voice lessons in Denver, CO

Ryan S

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...I love knowing what my students are influenced by and strive to set realistic goals and expectations so they can gradually see themselves where they want to be.... Read More

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