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Joseph E offers voice lessons in Honolulu, HI

Joseph E


...During my 14 years in NY, I had about 34 private students in addition to my students at the college. These students were prepared for state contests, recitals and I worked with plenty that just wanted to experience the love of music. ... Read More

Philip S offers voice lessons in Honolulu, HI

Philip S


...I have taught at the University and High School levels and enjoy working with beginners as well. I can share with you my knowledge and experience as a performer, composer, and lover of music. ... Read More

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