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Kara B offers voice lessons in Lubbock, TX

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...I began teaching private lessons in high school. I would have middle schoolers meet me at the high school and teach from there. I fell in love with teaching at that point. ... Read More

Gordon W offers voice lessons in Lubbock, TX

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...What I consider to be my crown achievement is hearing from parents who told me that the overall academic performance of their children had improved since they began taking lessons from me. ... Read More

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