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Jacquelynn W offers voice lessons in Pittsburgh, PA

Jacquelynn W

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...I chose musical works that are challenging and targeted on improving the individual student. Each student is different and should be treated as such I like to make sure that my lessons are engaging and fun to each individual I teach. ... Read More

Joseph V offers voice lessons in Pittsburgh, PA

Joseph V

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...My methodology follows a template: I will first establish a firm grasp on the fundamentals before moving my emphasis towards precise intonation and rhythm. I will then focus on giving students the creative drive and the tools to be masterful artists of their instruments so they are better able to bring a story to the notes on the paper. ... Read More

Catherine C offers voice lessons in Pittsburgh, PA

Catherine C

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...Interest in movement to music, exploring various instruments and "found sounds," and singing all indicate interest in developing natural fascination with rhythm and pitch. For piano lessons, students must be able to count three random items and count to five reliably on fingers and toes. ... Read More

Kaitlyn S offers voice lessons in Pittsburgh, PA

Kaitlyn S

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...I look forward to watching my students learn and mature in their music. It is important that each student feels comfortable and not rushed in their learning progression.... Read More

Lauren F offers voice lessons in Pittsburgh, PA

Lauren F

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...As students advance, these vocalises become more and more advanced. The technique built in the vocalises eventually infiltrates a singers' repertoire, and appropriate repertoire choices are extremely important and made thoughtfully.... Read More

Sarah R offers voice lessons in Pittsburgh, PA

Sarah R

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...When assigning vocal repertoire, I first like to find out what sort of music the student is interested in and also what their goals are in taking voice lessons and assign repertoire accordingly, but I also like to begin with songs from Schirmer's 24 Italian Songs and Arias book to strengthen basic breath support and a vocal line that is connected to good breath support.... Read More

Lindsay M offers voice lessons in Pittsburgh, PA

Lindsay M

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...I have been a church accompanist since I was 13 years old, and since then have accompanied for many soloists, school choirs, and musical theater groups. I even played keys in a few jazz bands!... Read More

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