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Featured Voice Teachers Near Oceanside, CA

Narissa R offers voice lessons in Oceanside, CA

Narissa R


...I graduated from Philippine Women's Universitythe Bachelor of Music degree in Piano Performance Music Education. I have had the opportunity to teach Piano for Non-Music Majors in San Diego State University. ... Read More

Larry M offers voice lessons in Oceanside, CA

Larry M


...As a teacher, I always got to perform WITH my students, which other teachers don't get to do. Those are cherished memories--both mine and my students--because we did it together. ... Read More

Sheryl G offers voice lessons in Oceanside, CA

Sheryl G


...I love teaching and connecting on a personal level with my students. My singing experience dates back to high school where I sang in concert choirs as well as an award winning jazz ensemble. ... Read More

Jeanette F offers voice lessons in Oceanside, CA

Jeanette F


...I love to reward my young students for their hard work and practicing. I give praise for every accomplishment and teach you about your mistakes to make them accomplishments.... Read More

David E offers voice lessons in Oceanside, CA

David E


...I have been enjoying doing this for 20+ years now- all ages and levels. I have also performed in many different multi-dimensional bands and I am a recording artist.... Read More

Tori S offers voice lessons in Oceanside, CA

Tori S


...For beginning students, I focus on building a solid foundation of vocal technique (including: breath, resonance, posture, register, and diction). We build this foundation through singing pieces that the student is familiar with and lots of vocal exercises.... Read More

Joyce L offers voice lessons in Oceanside, CA

Joyce L


...Once this has been accomplished on a single note, next we do descending lines this way, and finally, the tune of your choice! 3. Your body remains relaxed with your brain (and abdomen) doing all the work!... Read More

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