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Rebecca T

Rebecca T

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I use exercises from "How to Train Singers" by Larra Browning Henderson. I studied with her personally. For the piano, I use the Alfred books. They offer a variety of books for students of all ages. Regardless of instrument, I place a strong emphasis on technique and can also offer training in theory.

Evy O

Evy O

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I studied Pedagogy at New York University and have kept learning as a teacher by attending various voice teaching seminars and conferences in NYC and I still train vocally with my long time teacher.  Since 2006 I have taught voice lessons and tailored each lesson to the individual student.

Rona P

Rona P

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In the beginning of my teaching, I was more focusing to pre-k and children but now I am welcoming to all ages and be able to teach. I sometimes choose some text books to teach but I sometimes edit and have my own music scores to explain to students. Since this is not a group lesson and this is more like individual lesson, I am more focusing to read each students' style quickly and guide them to the next level from what they can do for the present.

Sarah H

Sarah H

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I began teaching part time in September of 2015 with a handful of private students in Midtown Manhattan. This has since grown and I have worked with experience levels ranging from never-before-sung to moderately advanced students. Since the technique I utilize is based in creating healthy sound, it can be applied everywhere: the emphasis of relaxing and expanding one's body-awareness makes it applicable to everyone including those who have been studying for years, or are even choosing to continue study with another teacher simultaneously.

Neda L

Neda L

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I am very passionate about teaching voice, piano, and music theory to students who love creating music. In spring of 2016 I graduated from NYU with an MM in Musical Theater and Advanced Certificate in Vocal Pedagogy, and was Adjunct Professor during my time there as well teaching non-voice majors. I received my Bachelor of Music in Vocal Performance (classical). Back in November, Tony Award winner Victoria Clark chose me to work with her in a masterclass at New York City Center and I was beyond honored to work with her in that safe space.

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