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Diane L offers voice lessons in Henderson, NV

Diane L


...I'm rather animate about work done outside the studio as well as in lesson sessions. Great singing is an everyday endeavor so I send home a packet of instructional materials with every lesson. ... Read More

David P offers voice lessons in Henderson, NV

David P


...I have experience in vocal coaching, original composition and vocal production. My experience and abilities are to get students and aspiring professionals ready for the world. If you want to go mainstream and prepare for American Idol, X Factor or any other major competition I am the professional to get you there. ... Read More

Ian K offers voice lessons in Henderson, NV

Ian K


...In 2013 I graduated from William Paterson University with B.A. in Music Studies with a minor in music management. In 2012 I completed an in depth internship with 5 time Grammy award winner Glen Velez. ... Read More

Alison K offers voice lessons in Henderson, NV

Alison K


...I was a teacher in the public schools, and I wanted to be able to give more one-on-one attention to students. I wanted to be able to teach in a way that uplifts students and makes them excited about music.... Read More

Daniel H offers voice lessons in Henderson, NV

Daniel H


...Being a strong believer in community service and education, I, along with pianist and friend Brandon Davis, are the co-founders of the "Arts at St. Luke" music series.... Read More

Tony P offers voice lessons in Henderson, NV

Tony P


...I enjoy doing the videos they make for me to critique. So with the use of video sharing there is documentation so the student can refer back to them in the future.... Read More

Beau A offers voice lessons in Henderson, NV

Beau A


...I love helping people learn music. I honestly believe that anyone can play an instrument with some work and everyone has a song to share. In 2012, I graduated from the University of Hawaii with a Bachelors Degree in Music Business.... Read More

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