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Featured Voice Teachers Near Pomona, CA

Jamison S offers voice lessons in Pomona, CA

Jamison S


...Most students learn the most by doing/playing. In my students notebooks, I always create a well-defined practice routine for every lesson, consisting of three to six items. ... Read More

Orgena R offers voice lessons in Pomona, CA

Orgena R


...My style is first and foremost FUN! I believe singing should be enjoyable and free from stress and tension. Students learn in a loving, holistic and supportive environment to bring out their best sound. ... Read More

Jorge G offers voice lessons in Pomona, CA

Jorge G


...Hard work and passion pays off. I m grateful for all the work and collaborations but for some reason I fell very proud to be able to expand my knowledge in music to the point of learning hundreds of instruments. ... Read More

Dave S offers voice lessons in Pomona, CA

Dave S


...With guitar on the other hand, it's enjoyable to see repetition of chord shapes up and down the neck and learning bar chords really helped me learn that.... Read More

Marie H offers voice lessons in Pomona, CA

Marie H


...I have also spent a great deal of time working with kids ages 6-15. I have found in my time teaching that music is most valuable when appreciated both creatively and technically.... Read More

Sumitra N offers voice lessons in Pomona, CA

Sumitra N


...Since I mainly work with teenagers and adults, I like to start with Alfred's Adult's Piano Courses. I like to find music that the student is interested in and to put together solo repertoire that they enjoy playing.... Read More

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