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Mary A offers voice lessons in Newark, NJ

Mary A


...I have performed in Nashville and in New York City which has been one of my greater experiences as a musician, and I have had the opportunity to play at Jazz and Country Western clubs. ... Read More

Sivan A offers voice lessons in Newark, NJ

Sivan A


...I motivate and encourage my students to work and practice as a fun aspect - to let help them develop themselves both musically, physically and also spiritually. ... Read More

Raphael A offers voice lessons in Newark, NJ

Raphael A


...I am very open to musical interpretation and enjoy finding meaning and personal connection to the music, so I appreciate constant conversation and communication within my studio. ... Read More

James H offers voice lessons in Newark, NJ

James H


...Since moving to the city, I have been cast in several plays and musicals, a young artist opera company, and currently, I am performing with the Metropolitan Opera as a supernumerary.... Read More

Brianna B offers voice lessons in Newark, NJ

Brianna B


...I'm a fun and upbeat female in my twenties! I enjoy having fun with my students and making them feel comfortable and able to be themselves! I think true improvement is only made when this is accomplished.... Read More

Sidhant S offers voice lessons in Newark, NJ

Sidhant S


...For any student, I analyse what they want. It solely depends on the level of experience and the stylistic journey the student wants to go on. The basics of warm-up remain the same across all styles.... Read More

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