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Kimberly H offers voice lessons in Minneapolis, MN

Kimberly H

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...I try to strike a balance between music lessons being serious and being fun. I expect my students to practice almost every day and I expect that the parents will be part of keeping them accountable for scheduling that practicing. ... Read More

Robin M offers voice lessons in Minneapolis, MN

Robin M

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...My approach is to make learning fun. I bring markers and stickers and other visual aids to create a unique learning process. I like to use games and sayings to help remember things, many of which I've developed over the years. ... Read More

Lauren V offers voice lessons in Minneapolis, MN

Lauren V

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...I enjoy all styles of music and have taught people as diverse as rappers to classical singers. On keys, I am trained classically but also know how to teach you to read charts. ... Read More

Deanna D offers voice lessons in Minneapolis, MN

Deanna D

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...I am a classically trained musician and relish singing folk, jazz, and other popular styles of singing. After graduating with my masters in voice performance from University of Nebraska - Lincoln, I decided that the Twin Cities would a fantastic place to extend my love for teaching and get back on the stage.... Read More

Rachel F offers voice lessons in Minneapolis, MN

Rachel F

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...I took American Sign Language Classes Level 1-4 and Deaf Culture, all of which worked to sharpen my already-clear communication skills. I discovered that becoming an interpreter was not exactly "my calling" and began expanding my degree to study Child Development and work with children.... Read More

Kirsten T offers voice lessons in Minneapolis, MN

Kirsten T

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...This makes it so much more productive when I see them in their next lesson! I like to make music fun so that my students will be excited to learn more!... Read More

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