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Michael F offers voice lessons in Omaha, NE

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...I've been blessed to have a very diverse variety of music and teaching job experiences. I began teaching private lessons as a Middle School Music Mentor with the Lied Center for Performing arts for LPS students my first year of University. ... Read More

Jaime W offers voice lessons in Omaha, NE

Jaime W

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...I have also performed in venues and companies all over the world: Thailand, Hawaii, Italy, and Austria. My goal as a teacher is to share what I have learned from the best of the best and from around the globe to help ALL my students reach their full potential and thrive as a musician. ... Read More

Annika L offers voice lessons in Omaha, NE

Annika L

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...My teaching expertise is classical and musical theater, and I believe that students can be very successful branching out to different styles from this technical foundation. I encourage my students to learn music theory as well as vocal techniques to become well rounded musicians. ... Read More

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...some finger exercises for guitarists playing at a beginning level, so feel free to move on to the next section if you’re looking for more advanced drills.   Finger Exercises For Beginners   Hand Position Exercise: The first exercise we have for you is one that focuses on playing with the correct hand position. You won’t actually play any notes here, so set your pick down and just focus on your left hand. Hold the guitar and place the tips of your fingers down on the frets, one by one. Your fingers should fall right under the metal bar at the top of each fret.... Read More

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...asking your potential teacher(s) the following questions to accurately assess how your child might do in his or her music lessons for kids and to help establish expectations:   How do you organize your lesson time? Are multiple activities involved to help break up the lesson, or is the focus based on one topic for the full duration? This question is not only important for preparing your child for what to expect in his or her first lesson but also for helping evaluate the level of flexibility allowed in lessons. Some young students thrive off of stricter, more focused lessons while others succeed at lessons that bounce ... Read More

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...it is important that all students have access to music in their primary school experience. If it has been several years since you have peeked into the elementary music room that your young students are or were a part of, I encourage you to ask questions not only of the teachers, but your elementary music students. Although it is part of what is a very busy day, and may seem more like play than work, I urge you to try and take a look at what is happening in the elementary music classroom nearest you. Remember, play is child’s work, and musical play ... Read More

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...length as a grand, and therefore their sound is relatively similar to that of a grand’s.   You’ve probably used a “studio upright” in a practice or warm-up room somewhere—they start at 43”. If you need something smaller, the “console uprights” will be less than 43” tall.   The “Spinet” is next in line for upright types of pianos, but you won’t see many of them: they aren’t made anymore. In all honesty, it’s just not a good option for anybody, unless you’re looking for a nice piece of furniture. The one benefit of this type of piano is its ... Read More
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