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Erin R

Erin R

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I try to find out what each student is interested in and I guide them from there.  I like to encourage each students unique style.  I make sure the music is appropiate for the age and level of each student. I believe in positive reinforcement with productive vocal exercises to build on their strengths and improve their weaknesses.  

James B

James B

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I have two Masters degrees in music and am a conductor as well. I am passionate when performing and when teaching.  I have performed opera and oratorio as well as folk music, Broadway, and a little Pop! My brother is a Country Singer. My daughter is a Soprano at Juilliard pre college.

Catherine H

Catherine H

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I began teaching private piano and voice lessons in the Boston area after college, and taught for eight years at after-school programs. I learned my style from my mother, who taught piano out of our home when I was growing up. She would try to make learning the basics fun and would choose pieces to work on that were musically interesting for kids, so that once they mastered the notes, they would enjoy playing it for themselves and for friends. She also taught me the importance of learning fundamentals well and not skipping important steps, so that when the student is more advanced, they will not have to go back and unlearn bad habits in order to play well. In addition to private lessons, I also taught as a part of a teaching artist group that worked with public school classes to help kids write and perform their own music. It is amazing to see how creative and accomplished kids can be!

Brian M

Brian M

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I grew up in a musical family and began with the piano and violin then took up singing when I was 15. I found that I could excel and after living two years in Bolivia, came back and studied voice with a well traveled professional baritone in Seattle. He encouraged me and then I was able to apprentice at the Lyric Opera in Chicago for 2 years. It prepared me to be a professional singer, which I have done for over 30 years. I have sung over 60 leading roles in opera but also have sung a dozen roles in Broadway musicals, something I like very much.

Ashley W

Ashley W

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Music is a powerful tool in expanding one's understanding of academics, emotions, and culture; among a variety of other things. I began studying music in a performing arts academy at the age of 10. While there, I studied saxophone, cello, double bass, and voice. I continued to major in music throughout high school. While there, I studied within the jazz ensemble, wind ensemble, concert band, marching and pep bands, and saxophone quintet. I also took theory and APH theory, and began composing original pieces. I studied music in college for a year before deciding to study independently.

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...Cecilia Bartoli Joyce DiDonato Aretha Franklin Edith Piaf Mary J. Blige Tenor: the highest male voice. The typical tenor voice has a range between the C one octave below middle C, to the C one octave above middle C (C5). The qualities of the tenor voice can range from “sweet and demure”- common for romantic songs, to loud and belting, which is often used in pop music. Notable Tenors: Matt Bellamy Andrea Bocelli Luciano Pavarotti Justin Timberlake Elton John Baritone: a male voice whose range lies between the Tenor and Bass ranges. The range for a baritone is usually the second G below middle C to the G above middle ... Read More
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