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Featured Voice Teachers Near Kansas City , MO

Jacob B offers voice lessons in Kansas City , MO

Jacob B

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...However, I have many exercises and resources to aid in the lessons. The first few lessons may seem tedious, as I usually spend this time becoming familiar with my student and his or her voice. ... Read More

Josiah M offers voice lessons in Kansas City , MO

Josiah M

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...After we have touched on those techniques we will move in to the performance portion of the lessons and how to connect with the song and then being able to portray the message of the song clearly and efficiently to the audience so that they can connect to the emotions that are coming from the song. ... Read More

Alison D offers voice lessons in Kansas City , MO

Alison D

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...Music is at the core of each of us, and it's so crucial to find success in developing that part of us. I focus on student success, no matter what that looks like. ... Read More

Lingzi Y offers voice lessons in Kansas City , MO

Lingzi Y

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...In my family, both of my mother and my grandmother are voice teacher. Speaking about myself, I've been starting my teaching since I was a freshman in China Conservatory.... Read More

Marina G offers voice lessons in Kansas City , MO

Marina G

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...I am classically trained in piano and vocals, but I can teach many other styles. I believe that when a serious teacher interacts with a creative, ambitious student the musical results can be magical.... Read More

Hadiza S offers voice lessons in Kansas City , MO

Hadiza S

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...The ultimate goal for me is to help my students develop a life long love and passion for music. I want my students to develop a first- hand appreciation for the creation of music and use it as a way to problem solve in other aspects of their lives.... Read More

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