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Joong-In R offers voice lessons in Los Angeles , CA

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...His playing style is comfortable, clean, natural, and free of tension problems. Anyone can learn this great technique and benefit from it. I stress this technique on all of the instruments we teach. ... Read More

Omar G offers voice lessons in Los Angeles , CA

Omar G

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...In college my quest continued with the Orange Coast College Orchestra, Praise Symphony Orchestra, Vanguard University Orchestra as well as guitar ensembles and college choir groups. I've also taken private lessons from Dr. ... Read More

Matt D offers voice lessons in Los Angeles , CA

Matt D

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...During my time at the Unviersity of Northern Colorado, I was teaching private lessons to a half a dozen students a week. Most of my students were younger but I occasionally taught adults as well. ... Read More

Phoebe S offers voice lessons in Los Angeles , CA

Phoebe S

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...I worked with teenagers in group and individual coaching as a TA for the University of the Arts Pre-College Musical Theater Program. I taught group and individual vocal lessons and was a band leader with Beyond Rock summer camp on Long Island, NY.... Read More

Ali T offers voice lessons in Los Angeles , CA

Ali T

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...Motivation is a key enabler of the learning process in my classes. I take great care to what motivates my students and make sure we celebrate the accomplishments that push them further.... Read More

Jorge G offers voice lessons in Los Angeles , CA

Jorge G

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...I started giving Music lessons 20 years ago. I began giving private lessons and group lessons part time in the afternoons after I finish school in the mornings.... Read More

Becky S offers voice lessons in Los Angeles , CA

Becky S

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...I have a few books to help us work through technique, but try to use that technique in music that the student will be excited to practice.... Read More

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