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Jennifer S offers voice lessons in Philadelphia, PA

Jennifer S

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...While I do recommend my beginning students start with a classical foundation, I also teach a variety of contemporary commercial music (CCM) styles including pop, Music Theatre, and country, among others. ... Read More

Megan M offers voice lessons in Philadelphia, PA

Megan M

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...I will encourage and try new ways to explain or demonstrate a skill that the student is having difficulty with and I will be extremely enthusiastic about their accomplishments. ... Read More

Mike M offers voice lessons in Philadelphia, PA

Mike M

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...My teaching style is a non pressure , have fun while learning approach. I try to show the therapy music can provide if you stick with it. We will enjoy watching amazing progress together and go with the students taste in music as a good place to go with song choices. ... Read More

Alex D offers voice lessons in Philadelphia, PA

Alex D

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...I want to build a course that reaches your every desire of whatever musical path you decide to take. Instead of just teaching the basics I run my courses like a college every student chooses a major genre to want to play and a minor.... Read More

Queade D offers voice lessons in Philadelphia, PA

Queade D

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...I also play piano (intermediate level) as my secondary instrument. In order to comprehend music theory, I use piano as my point of reference because I am a visual learner.... Read More

Sami Z offers voice lessons in Philadelphia, PA

Sami Z

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...Everyone moves at there own pace. I try to point out specific improvements to my student as I see them. It can help to set small goals and work towards them.... 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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