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Featured Voice Teachers Near Escondido, CA

Matt S offers voice lessons in Escondido, CA

Matt S

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... I've worked with most styles of music before, and arranged music for many as well, so I'm very comfortable helping students with a variety of disciplines and interests. ... Read More

Sheryl G offers voice lessons in Escondido, CA

Sheryl G

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...I've had the privilege of being part of the vocal teaching team for our gospel choir, as well as serving on the worship team, teaching introductory voice classes, conducting the children's Christmas choir, and other aspects of the arts ministry ... Read More

Phoebe S offers voice lessons in Escondido, CA

Phoebe S

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...I am qualified to teach all the way through Suzuki book 10 if the student prefers a more classical approach. Ear training is fundamental in my approach to all instruments and styles. ... Read More

Kevin Y offers voice lessons in Escondido, CA

Kevin Y

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...No judgements, no rushing. Everybody learns at they're own speed. I set realistic goals and encourage students to find they're own style of expression. Learning music should always be fun.... Read More

Ruben M offers voice lessons in Escondido, CA

Ruben M

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...I started teaching in January of 2014 and havent stopped since. In the almost 4 years Ive been doing this, Ive enjoyed growing and developing as both a teacher and musician.... Read More

David E offers voice lessons in Escondido, CA

David E

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...I started teaching music in my College days starting in 1999. I truly believe that peaople learn better when their is a consistent element of fun within the music!... Read More

Noah R offers voice lessons in Escondido, CA

Noah R

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...Each and every student receives custom lesson plans because every individual has different needs, goals and learning styles. That said, in every case there are still fundamental concepts which must taught in order to ensure the best possible foundation for future learning, growth, and success.... Read More

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