Featured Voice Teachers Near Philadelphia, PA

Benjamin D

Benjamin D

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I am a passionate young instructor who loves to share music with new students. I graduated from West Chester University in 2014 with a BA in Musical Theatre and a Minor in Music. After graduating, I moved to Center City, Philadelphia - where I continue to teach students today. I have sang all over the world, whether it be through choirs or theatre, and I know the opportunities and the job that musicianship can bring to people. My focus is very much on performing the song with acting as much as it is singing, to create a fully realized performance - this helps musicians better connect with their audience, and strengthens multiple areas of performance.

Kara S

Kara S

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I have been teaching for several years beginning as a peer tutor during my time at The University of the Arts. I tutored voice and piano, music theory, musicianship and music history. I also have experience teaching private voice and piano lessons at two different schools and out of my home. I specialize in classical technique in both voice and piano and have expertise in crossing over between classical, jazz, popular and musical theater styles. I always make sure my students are enjoying themselves while consistently getting the foundation they need to be successful singers and pianists. I encourage my students to perform, go to auditions and have fun while they are making music!

Keith B

Keith B

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Both piano and voice students are required to become familiar with basic music theory. No worries if you are not proficient! We will get you there within the first few lessons. For piano students, I will start them with basic scales and the Hanon exercises. After the student masters a few of the beginning exercises, we will slowly begin to add repertoire that solidifies proper technique. I tend to only work with beginning piano students, as it is not my primary instrument. Students will be encouraged to bring in pieces that they are interested in learning. For voice students, I will require them to not only learn theory, but they will be required to study piano for a short period of their lesson. This is meant to help boost their understanding of musicality, theory, and aural training. We will also begin with simple vocalizes that are catered to their style of singing. If they are preparing for an audition or role, we will slowly, but effectively incorporate proper/healthy technique into their repertoire. Once a certain level of mastery is achieved, I will begin to assign repertoire to help encourage the solidification of technique. Students will be encouraged to bring in pieces that they are interested in learning.

Heabin Y

Heabin Y

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My favorite piano curriculum is Faber & Faber. Once the students have learned the basic technique, I provide them with supplemantary repertoire which will be suitable for their recital performance. I make sure that my students always are working on one repertoire that they are excited about. 

Raelee G

Raelee G

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My number one goal is to see music change the lives of my students as much as it has for me. Singing has proven to increase cognitive awareness and reduce stress. I'm a very positive person and I believe in encouraging my students while also achieving work! Music is a universal language and will be such a good thing to have in your life! I can't wait to sing with you!

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