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Brigid M offers voice lessons in Philadelphia, PA

Brigid M

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...First and foremost, learning any musical instrument should be a fun experience. With this in mind, each person's lesson is subjective and progresses according to the student's learning style; a beginning 5 yr old student's lesson will look much different that a beginning 14 yr old student's lesson. ... Read More

Margaret Y offers voice lessons in Philadelphia, PA

Margaret Y

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...When I was studying at Temple University, I continued to give concerts and operas ("Hänsel und Gretel", "La finta giardiniera"). I am active voice teacher and on my way to become a professional performer. ... Read More

Nora B offers voice lessons in Philadelphia, PA

Nora B

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...I pass along my love and passion I have for music to my students. I have been lucky to have taught all levels of learning. grades Kindergarten through adults. ... Read More

Dana M offers voice lessons in Philadelphia, PA

Dana M

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...I am currently one of the cantors at my home church and I also sing in a community choir where I've been given the amazing opportunity to do solo work for them as well.... Read More

Andrea S offers voice lessons in Philadelphia, PA

Andrea S

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...My teaching experience started in my junior year of college in Quito- Ecuador. During the summer of 2015, I did a seminar on YogaVoice to singers of different levels at "Fundacion Armonia." I was able to worked with several students and help them fix some technical problems related to their singing.... Read More

Mason E offers voice lessons in Philadelphia, PA

Mason E

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...My teaching style is very transparent; I want my students to recognize what we are working towards and how close they realistically are to that goal. This way, the student and I are working together to achieve a greater understanding of their instrument!... Read More

Francis M offers voice lessons in Philadelphia, PA

Francis M

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...I like to keep my lessons fun. I realize that technique can be dull and dry at times but is a necessity in learning music. I like to mix technique with songs and styles of music the student is interested in so they get a full understanding of why technique is important and how it applies to songs and musical selections that are of interest to the student.... Read More

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