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Erika S offers voice lessons in Denver, CO

Erika S

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...Music pieces and techniques may include portions of method books, classical pieces, popular songs, and self-written songs. I teach beginners to read music (even if they cannot read words yet) and to play creatively, by ear (even if they can already read music.) But most importantly, I help students learn to play music for FUN. "Practicing" is called "Playing at Home," and I encourage finding non-stressful ways of sharing one's love of music with others. ... Read More

Teresa W offers voice lessons in Denver, CO

Teresa W

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...I ask all of my students to be prepared for their lessons with a notebook and pencil for lesson notes and assignments. I ask them to bring any materials they have and will often recommend books and supplemental material I have had success with. ... Read More

Stuart W offers voice lessons in Denver, CO

Stuart W

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...A huge part of becoming a better singer has to do with building confidence. Confidence comes from having little successes and getting in touch with one's own natural sound. ... Read More

Kevin G offers voice lessons in Denver, CO

Kevin G

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...My teaching style has been described by students as such: "Natural, with a focus on healthy singing," "concentrating on developing techniques specific to each genre of music," and "always fun but still really helpful!" I emphasize becoming self-sufficient as a musician so that my students can become great musicians outside of the lesson environment.... Read More

Vickie S offers voice lessons in Denver, CO

Vickie S

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...The most rewarding thing is watching a student achieve their goals. Therefore I tend to help them set realistic goals for each lesson and allow them to progress at his/her own pace, all while having fun doing so.... Read More

Giorgia G offers voice lessons in Denver, CO

Giorgia G

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...  Since I was 8, I studied cello and chamber music with several teachers all over Europe, and I performed intensely in festivals and seasons as a chamber and orchestra musician - particularly in Italy and Sweden - between 2008 and 2011.... Read More

Lauren E offers voice lessons in Denver, CO

Lauren E

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...I have been singing and playing piano for as long as I can remember, and have performed with a variety of different groups and ensembles throughout the United States, including tours with the esteemed Luther choirs.... Read More

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