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Featured Voice Teachers Near Oyster Bay, NY

Here are just a few of the many teachers offering Voice lessons in Oyster Bay . Whether you are looking for beginner guitar lessons for your kids, or are an adult wanting to improve your skills, the instructors in our network are ready to help you now!

Steven J offers Voice lessons in   Oyster Bay, NY

Steven J

Instruments: Piano Voice

Hello My Name is Steven , I am a classically-trained singer with over 5 years of private teaching experience. I am extremely passionate and motivated by teaching and learning. I am currently working on my masters at Brooklyn College. I continue to seek out new and exciting musical opportunities. Though I'm classically trained, I prefer to teach Broadway, pop, and jazz. I enjoy performing with my church choir and The Nubian Conservatory. Read More

Anna W offers Voice lessons in   Oyster Bay, NY

Anna W

Instruments: Piano Voice Violin Viola Electric Violin

My teaching style is all about getting the student to love music! There is nothing else that will be a greater and more honest motivator than loving what they are doing. Singing, games and dancing are great when the little ones get distracted or discouraged. I make sure to let everyone know that music isn't easy; it's hard and takes a lot of hard work and practice. But it is worth every minute of being able to play anything you desire. Read More

Samyukta R offers Voice lessons in   Oyster Bay, NY

Samyukta R

Instruments: Voice

I teach vocal technique to students of all ages and genres. For beginner students I work on each of their registers (chest voice, head voice, mix and flageolet) emphasising range and flexibility to begin with and then adding strength work as we progress. The student and I will choose repertoire appropriate to their level while still posing a challenge to apply their newly learned technique in the context of singing a song. Read More

Amy G offers Voice lessons in   Oyster Bay, NY

Amy G

Instruments: Voice

I graduated as a full scholarship student from the Manhattan School of Music with a Bachelor of Music and a Master of Music pending. I have performed extensively throughout Europe and the U.S., and in every major concert hall in NYC including Carnegie Hall, Avery Fisher Hall, Merkin Concert Hall, St. John the Divine and many other landmark locations. Some of my credits include: NY Philharmonic, Brooklyn Philharmonic, New Philharmonic of NJ, Czech Radio Orchestra, Vienna Chamber Orchestra and many others. Read More

Stephanie J offers Voice lessons in   Oyster Bay, NY

Stephanie J

Instruments: Voice

I began teaching private lessons while I was at Carnegie Mellon University. I teach my students how to make sound and to breathe correctly. By teaching a healthy way of singing, students are less likely to damage their vocal chords later on in life. Regular practice on a consistent schedule will help the student to progress and therefore allow them to move on to more challenging music. I like to give a basis of classical music and classical voice technique which the student can then use for whichever genre they prefer to sing. Read More

Melanie Z offers Voice lessons in   Oyster Bay, NY

Melanie Z

Instruments: Piano Voice Violin Cello Viola

Violin/Viola: String Builder, Strictly Strings, Introducing Positions, Wohlfahrt, Sitt, Kayser, Fiorillo,Kreutzer, Flesch, etc. Cello: String Builder, Strictly Strings, Introducing Positions, Klengel, Popper, etc. Piano: Thompson's Methods, Piano Pieces for Children, Alfred's scales and arpeggio exercizes Voice: Vocalises, 24 Italian songs and arias, Vaccai, Marchesi, Lutgen, supplemental exercizes, English, German, Italian, andFrench diction. Read More

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Barbara S

Instruments: Voice

If you play more than one instrument, how did you decide to start playing the second? (Or 3rd, 4th, 5th, etc)!
I play the piano to accompany my singing. And now I accompany my students’ singing, which I prefer over using recorded accompaniment tracks. I can respond to the singers’ decisions on a moment-by-moment basis and guide them in the dynamics of the piece in the heat of the moment.

Does music run in your family? Tell us a little about your musical family members.
My grandmother had a grand piano and had been trained as a classical musician. When she moved out of her house, she left her piano to me. Her daughter, my mother, was the kind of church alto that choir directors prayed to work with. She had a strong rich smooth alto sound that blended well and could sight-read harmonies. She also loved rhythm, and even though she was given piano lessons as a child, as an adult, she bought a large organ and played Latin songs with a “rhythm ace” that gave her a selection of drum beats she could choose from. She loved it!

Why did you choose your primary instrument?
I sang all the time. And was the only one in my high school class of 660 students to be accepted into New Jersey All-State Chorus in both my Junior and Senior year. I performed with the chorus both times.

What musical accomplishments are you most proud of?
The success of my singing students. Their college acceptances, their original recordings that receive radio airplay. And having the opportunity to work with Deke Sharon (The Father of Contemporary A Cappella). You can see us in the photo above at the Highlands A Cappella Festival in our matching red staff T-shirts. One of my students (Dan Purcell) won several awards during his college a cappella days and became president of his Ithaca College Men's A Cappella group his senior year. His success brought both he and I to attention of the national a cappella world. Deke Sharon has since praised my book "Singing: Body and Soul" on GoodReads.

When did you decide to become a professional musician? Was it a gradual decision or was there a defining moment for you?
Originally, I wanted to go to St. John’s University in Annapolis Maryland because they were based entirely on a Classic Text program. After all the Honors English classes in high school, I had my eye on that kind of education from the beginning (and later fulfilled that goal at NYU Gallatin). But a few months before graduation, I entered a statewide High School Forensic Tournament at Monmouth State College that included two dramatic competitions. I entered both – with a monologue from “The Fantasticks” (starting with the sly “El Gallo’s” introduction to Luisa, while putting ribbons in my hair, and then turning around to appear as 16-year-old “Luisa” herself). Then in the pairs competition (with a fellow actress from my acting class) I played 60-year-old “Queen Elizabeth” from “Mary Queen of Scots”. I performed both roles, 3 times that day, alternating between 16 and 60 with no make-up changes – and won First Place in the state in both categories. The judges said this had never happened before. I couldn’t ignore my acting skills, and I so love to sing – so Musical Theater was the solution.

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