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Featured Voice Teachers Near Ontario, CA

Jannel R offers voice lessons in Ontario, CA

Jannel R


...I tailor my instruction to the students wants, needs and abilities. It's a creative environment every week and I make it fun and rewarding. We set goals for each week and I review what they want to learn on a regular basis. ... Read More

Jamison S offers voice lessons in Ontario, CA

Jamison S


...This type of jumping around is pretty routine even with students without special needs, so maintain a flexible but focused teaching style. It's a bit of a tightrope, but a walkable one. ... Read More

Joss C offers voice lessons in Ontario, CA

Joss C


...Each student is treated as a unique individual and are brought to rise to the challenges they gave themselves with my caring passion for the art of music making and my respect for the student. ... Read More

Chris T offers voice lessons in Ontario, CA

Chris T


...I have been told since I was a young teenager that I had a gift for teaching, and in doing so I have found my calling in life, and I believe you will love the lessons we have, and you will be able to accomplish more than you ever dreamed!... Read More

Ana C offers voice lessons in Ontario, CA

Ana C


...I started my teaching experience back when I was studying at Music Academy, as my Professor would give me students he had no time to work with.... Read More

Kevin W offers voice lessons in Ontario, CA

Kevin W


...I personally believe that music and practicing should be fun. Motivation is key when learning an instrument, and by exposing the student to their preferred musical style will allow them to work even harder at their skills.... Read More

Feef M offers voice lessons in Ontario, CA

Feef M


...And then there are students who hear and play by ear. I work to determine how best you learn, and then we move in your direction. I am left-handed and have learned to accommodate as well as individuate.... Read More

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