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Keith B offers voice lessons in Philadelphia, PA

Keith B

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...During my time there, I enjoyed made performance opportunities in the DC Metro area. This allowed me to get a sense of what good, young voices sound like at the beginnings of their careers. ... Read More

Anne A offers voice lessons in Philadelphia, PA

Anne A

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...I am deeply passionate about teaching voice and feel that teaching is really my greatest gift. I have been teaching private voice for 18 years and am grateful each time I have the opportunity to contribute to someones musical growth. ... Read More

Max V offers voice lessons in Philadelphia, PA

Max V

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...Over time I may even have them bring in pieces they may be interested in and work with them on understanding how they can incorporate these fundamentals and newly learned skills into the music that they love. ... Read More

Nora B offers voice lessons in Philadelphia, PA

Nora B

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...With that comes a joy of doing it on your own and for themselves not for anyone else. Lessons in my studio are to compliment each students experiences and desires.... Read More

Matthew F offers voice lessons in Philadelphia, PA

Matthew F

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...I believe that each student needs to set their own goals and therefore I like to go at the pace my students prefer. While I am happy to help set some basic goals and will assign work to do outside of our lessons, I believe that long term goals are our own.... Read More

Lauren F offers voice lessons in Philadelphia, PA

Lauren F

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...I earned my Bachelor of Music degree in Voice Performance in 2010, also from Westminster Choir College in Princeton, NJ. Since 2005, I have studied with esteemed Metropolitan Opera soprano, Sharon Sweet.... Read More

Gabrielle S offers voice lessons in Philadelphia, PA

Gabrielle S

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...After college, I lived in New York City for 5 years and then Los Angeles for 5 years, while teaching voice and working as a professional singer. I have recently moved back home to South Jersey and can't wait to continue my passion for teaching voice.... Read More

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...the Kodály approach, and most elementary music pedagogical approaches. If you walk into a music classroom, there are times where it may seem chaotic or unfocused to the naked eye. So much learning takes place in ways that don’t feel like learning to students, which is the basis of their appeal. Take for example, a game many children play inside and outside of the music classroom, “Ring Around the Rosie.” There are so many reasons to play this game, and not always for inherently musical reasons. First and foremost, making a circle can be tricky. When it’s time to move ... Read More
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