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Juan Z offers voice lessons in Paterson, NJ

Juan Z


...I have been teaching for a year an a half in public schools and privately either in person or online. I have done concerts all over Europe, Mexico and the USA. ... Read More

Karen D offers voice lessons in Paterson, NJ

Karen D


...By the time they've completed "Teaching Little Fingers...." and have learned single-octave C major, A minor, G major and E minor scales, we're ready to move on to John Thompson's First Grade Book. ... Read More

Alan S offers voice lessons in Paterson, NJ

Alan S


...The most important things in my opinion are warmup techniques, breath support, examining correct space, finding the lift in the soft palate, and letting go of any tension, especially in the jaw area, as it is not a part of the process! ... Read More

Carl P offers voice lessons in Paterson, NJ

Carl P


...I started teaching private lessons in high school. I taught guitar, bass, piano, voice, and songwriting lessons at Biryukov Academy of Arts and Music for 5 years for both kids and adult beginners.... Read More

Virginia C offers voice lessons in Paterson, NJ

Virginia C


...Several of my vocal students have auditioned and obtained prominent roles in various musical theaters on Long Island. Most recently, one of my vocal students was accepted into IMTA (International Modeling and Talent Association) and upon auditioning was selected by talent scouts for several roles in commercials and advertisements.... Read More

Alexis S offers voice lessons in Paterson, NJ

Alexis S


...After I feel my students have progressed with fundamentals, I introduce solo material on a need basis. For my adult students, my approach is similar. My goal is to keep lessons interesting, challenging, and entertaining.... Read More

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