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Meghan R offers voice lessons in Madison, WI

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...I'm a writer, performer, teacher, audio techie, producer, director...a jack of all trades music person. ... Read More

Ashley M offers voice lessons in Madison, WI

Ashley M

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...To me, performing and teaching are intertwined, enhancing each other. The more I develop my teaching skills, the better my understanding of my own performance practices and vocal technique will be; the stronger my performance skills become, the more I will be able to relate to my students experiences and be a more well-rounded resource for them. ... Read More

Zach K offers voice lessons in Madison, WI

Zach K

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...This will be the basis of my book-sourced material, but I'll also combine real world knowledge and help the student through whatever songs or structures they're personally interested in that may not be covered in the book materials. ... Read More

Kevin K offers voice lessons in Madison, WI

Kevin K

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...I help students with auditions, competitions, and recitals. I love to nurture my students to build confidential and I like to challenge them so that they can reach their full potential.... Read More

Caroline H offers voice lessons in Madison, WI

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...I began teaching private music lessons a decade ago as an undergraduate music student. Working at a community music school, I volunteered to teach piano lessons and lead the choir.... Read More

Ray C offers voice lessons in Madison, WI

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...Ray has been hailed by Opera News as, "terrific!", the New York Times praised, "Ray C. was effectively cast...a solid professional with vocal elegance." The Taconic Press acclaims him as, “an exceptional voice…leaving audiences cheering…" with his performances being, “ardent and utterly convincing." The New York Sun said of his stage craft: “Ray C. makes the most of it, combining savvy stage business with a warm voice…expertly straddling that razor thin line between parody and poignancy…scored a direct hit." While the Berkshire Review simply calls him, "...Perfect!" His travels have led him to make appearances with Grandview Opera (General & Co – Artistic Director), the Light Opera Company Of Salisbury (General & Artistic Director), Prelude to Performance (Associate Conductor), Amore Opera (Principal Conductor), the Opera Orchestra of New York, New York Grand Opera, Connecticut Opera, Connecticut Concert Opera, Greater New Britain Opera, Berkshire Opera, Bardavon Opera, Jacksonville Lyric Opera, Opera Ischia (Italy), Bronx Opera, New Rochelle Opera, Amato Opera, Bleecker Street Opera (Associate Conductor), Regina Opera, Long Island Opera, the New Britain Symphony Orchestra, the Brooklyn Philharmonic, the Staten Island Philharmonic, the Belleayre Music Festival, American Opera Preview, in collaboration with artists and staff of the Metropolitan Opera, at Carnegie Hall, Bechstein Hall, Merkin Hall, Symphony Space, and Avery Fisher Hall at Lincoln Center. ... Read More

Jonathan M offers voice lessons in Madison, WI

Jonathan M

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...I learned how to play guitar and bass because whenever my bandmates were out of town, I couldn't record anything, so now I can be my own band!... Read More

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