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Featured Voice Teachers Near Redmond, WA

Here are just a few of the many teachers offering Voice lessons in Redmond . Whether you are looking for beginner guitar lessons for your kids, or are an adult wanting to improve your skills, the instructors in our network are ready to help you now!

Daniel W offers Voice lessons in   Redmond, WA

Daniel W

Instruments: Piano Guitar Voice Drums

I am a dedicated teacher who understands the enormous value of music and have devoted my life to it. I care deeply about my students and thier musical dreams. I graduated from Baylor University in 2011 with a degree in Music Theory and Jazz and then went on to pursue a Masters in Music Composition at the University of Houston. All the while I've continued to hone my skills as a drummer and I have been fortunate to play with dozens of artists in every genre from classical and jazz to gospel, rock, and country. Read More

Yolandi C offers Voice lessons in   Redmond, WA

Yolandi C

Instruments: Piano Guitar Voice Violin Cello Viola Trumpet Trombone Saxophone Flute Clarinet Drums Bass Guitar Harmonica Ukulele Recorder Electric Violin Fiddle Double Bass Keyboard Electric Guitar Classical Guitar Acoustic Guitar

I feel each of my students are unique. I love watching my students' level of musical understanding progress. I love seeing the dedication and determination begin to heighten as the lessons progress. Within each lesson I point out areas that need to be worked on as well as areas of improvement. Seeing one's progress is the most important element to me for my students. Therefore, I like to record my students quarterly for a few minutes within a lesson to show the mass amounts of improvement they will accomplish. Read More

Dan T offers Voice lessons in   Redmond, WA

Dan T

Instruments: Guitar Voice Trumpet Harmonica Ukulele Recorder Acoustic Guitar

I try to make the learning fun and interesting for my students. My goal is to have them look forward to their next lesson and make learning their instrument something they value. I believe every student progresses at their own pace. I make sure the lesson is at a level they can handle, but challenging enough to give them a sense of accomplishment when they achieve success. Music can provide lifelong benefits of building confidence, self discipline, improved brain functioning in the area of math and reading, and the enjoyment of performing their skill with other musicians. Read More

Ryan E offers Voice lessons in   Redmond, WA

Ryan E

Instruments: Piano Guitar Voice Trumpet Trombone Bass Guitar Ukulele Recorder Orchestral Percussion Electric Guitar Acoustic Guitar

I'm a passionate music educator with considerable experience as a teacher and performer. I graduated from the University of Arkansas in 2005 where I studied music education with an emphasis on trombone. Since graduation, I have been fortunate to have many opportunities to conduct, perform, and teach music. I play a many different instruments and perform many different genres and styles. Whether it be conducting student ensembles, performing in small clubs, or singing with a chorus at Carnegie Hall, many of my best life experiences have been because of music and I want to guide my students toward their own great musical experiences. Read More

William R offers Voice lessons in   Redmond, WA

William R

Instruments: Piano Voice French Horn Music

I am a creative artist specializing in piano and composition with a deep passion for teaching and sharing the joy of this work with others. I have lived a musical life since my earliest memory. Growing up in the church with both of my parents as pastors, I found musical mentors, teachers, and guides who have shaped my entire life. I graduated Summa Cum Laude from St. Olaf College with a Bachelor of Music in Composition degree. Read More

Anne B offers Voice lessons in   Redmond, WA

Anne B

Instruments: Voice

I've taught voice at Northwest University for the past 5 years. In 2010, I joined the faculty of the Bellevue School of Music, and last fall began teaching at the Gene Nastri Community School of the Arts in Mukilteo. I also conduct a church choir. I believe strongly that it is important for anyone who sings to study classical technique, regardless of what style of singing they wish to do. It is the best way to maximize the potential of the voice, and to keep it healthy in the long run. Read More

Jon C offers Voice lessons in   Redmond, WA

Jon C

Instruments: Piano Guitar Voice

My teaching methods depend on the instrument, age and experience of the student, and the goals for the lessons. Every student will develop a solid base of fundamentals and music reading that grows into study of a variety of styles of music. Read More

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