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Featured Voice Teachers Near Fresno, CA

Lia M offers voice lessons in Fresno, CA

Lia M


...By the time I went to Fresno State, I wasn't able to teach nearly as much, and probably needed teaching, myself! The experience of voice lessons made me quite humble, and it made me a much more rounded person in my art. ... Read More

Marc M offers voice lessons in Fresno, CA

Marc M


...Singing is a skill that can be learned, however, it needs to be learned with proper care with your vocal anatomy in mind. The body is the instrument, so take care of it! ... Read More

Paul N offers voice lessons in Fresno, CA

Paul N


...I think it is important for students ask me questions when they not really sure about something so that they go home being able to practice and understand better. ... Read More

Raymond H offers voice lessons in Fresno, CA

Raymond H


...I have been involved in many non-musical endeavors through the years, including computer programming and analysis, project management, sales, customer service, law, and church ministry (both musical and teaching or preaching).... Read More

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