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Kyle S offers voice lessons in Portland, OR

Kyle S

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...In Portland I've been volunteering every week at Nonprofit Music Schools around town to help underprivileged kids, and expose them to the joy of music, as well as teaching at School of Rock. ... Read More

Lee E offers voice lessons in Portland, OR

Lee E

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...I am an instructor who recognizes music as a powerful symbol of humanity and the dramatic emotional effects it has on people. I thoroughly enjoy sharing these experiences with my students, helping them to grow and become more acquainted with all that music has to offer. ... Read More

Blossom P offers voice lessons in Portland, OR

Blossom P

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...Emphasis in Music Theory in a fun and engaging environment and activities.Have a positive attitude in providing the learning environment to small children. ... Read More

Michael K offers voice lessons in Portland, OR

Michael K

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...I'm a musician first and foremost.  This means that it is not my 'job', it is my life!  The first concert that I produced was when I was 16 years old, and it featured the legendary jazz clarinetist Woody Herman and the Thundering Herd.  Since that time, I have been performing, conducting, producing concerts, composing music and teaching students.  I have performed with a wide variety of classical and jazz and pop musicians: from The Brubeck Brothers, Diane Schuur, Preservation Hall Jazz Band and Melissa Manchester; to the Oregon String Quartet and Dubrovnik Symphony Orchestra.... Read More

Kristin H offers voice lessons in Portland, OR

Kristin H

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...I love all of the arts and wish to share my love and knowledge with students of all ages. I have had the privilege of working with some of the most amazing professional in the music and opera industry.... Read More

Emily L offers voice lessons in Portland, OR

Emily L

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...I have given masterclasses at Harvard University, ASU, Wellesley, Kenyon, and many other K-12 schools across the country. I was fortunate to have had many inspiring and dedicated teachers and mentors in my life, and I'd love to be that person for my students.... Read More

Francisco B offers voice lessons in Portland, OR

Francisco B

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...I am an expert in making lessons fun and enjoyable. singing should be easy and simple.   When my students are prepared to sing, I encouraged them to go to competitions and to perform as much as they want. I also encourage them to be creative and compose their own songs.... Read More

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