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Michael G offers voice lessons in Peoria, AZ

Michael G


...My beginning students usually start with Hal Leonards Essential Elements, Accents on Achievements, Do It Play In Band, and much more. Once my student is able to grasp basic fundamentals and a healthy proper tone and technique, I will then be able to incorporate solo repertoire for future recitals and contests. ... Read More

Janet N offers voice lessons in Peoria, AZ

Janet N


...I set high standards for my students, starting where they are and encourgaing them to go beyond what they think is their personal best. I have students write goal and wish lists down throughout the year, setting small, reachable goals and then larger goals that may take longer to reach. ... Read More

Rob D offers voice lessons in Peoria, AZ

Rob D


...I believe that music is a way for people to express themselves on a deep, energetic level; that it is Life expressing through us as well, and that it is an essential part of Life itself. ... Read More

Natalya S offers voice lessons in Peoria, AZ

Natalya S


...I have particular interest in music psychology, helping pupils to overcome performance anxiety and exam nerves. I am also an experienced and versatile performer.Classical,jazz,pop and rock styles are all part of me repertoire as well as extensive experience as a performer of chamber ensemble and an accompanist.... Read More

Lauren T offers voice lessons in Peoria, AZ

Lauren T


...In college I had the privilege of traveling throughout the United States with Brigham Young University's Mountain Strings band as the pianist and supporting vocalist. Since then I have participated in music and theatre throughout my community.... Read More

Benjamin F offers voice lessons in Peoria, AZ

Benjamin F


...Composing and Songwriting has taken me around the world and has been the most rewarding experience of my life. I've had the opportunity to work with and play along side legendary artists that I've grown up listening to and admired.... Read More

Eric M offers voice lessons in Peoria, AZ

Eric M


...I may not have progressed to the point of pursuing music full-time were it not for my teacher, Frank Monaco. Frank is the one who really opened my eyes (or perhaps better, ears) to the fundamentals of music and music theory.... Read More

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...applies with with a thoughtfully crafted resume and cover letter or a dude who calls up the manager at a company and says, “Sup. I want to work at your company,”? There’s a popular misconception among musicians and non-musical folk alike that professional customs don’t apply to the music industry. This is simply not true. Like other businesses, talent buyers and venues look to work with bands that have proven experience. At the very least, a talent buyer needs to hear what your band sounds like in order to put you on a bill of other bands and artists that... Read More

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...later on in life. I teach music to kids because of the way it feels. I teach music because I want to give every child the opportunity to feel what I feel when I’m making music. Whether it’s through singing, movement, playing an instrument, or creating a new piece, there’s something for every kid who walks into my classroom. I teach because the opportunities they have in the music room are experiences they would never get anywhere else. I teach because I want my students to find joy, with one another, no matter their differences or likenesses. Music is the great ... Read More
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