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Matt S offers voice lessons in Escondido, CA

Matt S

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...I use the teaching method as previously described, and try to tailor my style for each student. Everyone learns, practices, and progresses uniquely -- so it's part of MY job to figure out the best approach to help each of my students. ... Read More

Sheryl G offers voice lessons in Escondido, CA

Sheryl G

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...My greatest desire is encourage my students, and impart a love of music in them. It's important to me to teach students not to have an attitude of perfectionism, but to embrace each phase of their growth; to get out and learn by doing. ... Read More

Sharmay M offers voice lessons in Escondido, CA

Sharmay M

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...For beginning piano students who are children, I usually start with Hal Leonard's Essential Elements. Once the student has progressed to have a grasp of the fundamentals, I slowly begin to introuduce solo repertoire in anticipation of their first recital performance. ... Read More

Andrew F offers voice lessons in Escondido, CA

Andrew F

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...I have frequently taught songs for language learning, and in religious education. I am currently taking violin lessons, and am active in singing and playing violin/fiddle with a small group.... Read More

Jeanette F offers voice lessons in Escondido, CA

Jeanette F

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...At Branchburg School of Music I was a private voice and piano teacher age toddler to adult. I taught group Pre-K music classes there weekly. I was also the administrator handling scheduling and booking.... Read More

Jorge C offers voice lessons in Escondido, CA

Jorge C

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...As a social service for my university I gave lessons to kids, and conducted choral pieces with senior students and adults. I encourage my students to be a better musicians by being better persons, because that's the only way to grow as a good singer.... Read More

Joyce L offers voice lessons in Escondido, CA

Joyce L

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...Currently I sing a combination of pop and classical in church as well as teach fitness in Encinitas. I have written books on singing and American diction as well as having recorded with symphonies and jazz bands.... Read More

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