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Jessica B offers voice lessons in Rochester, NY

Jessica B

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...I have been teaching voice and piano for ten years; beginning with my senior year in high school and now as a professional musician. I have taught at several colleges, conservatories and universities; as well as frequently engaging students in master classes of both the Opera and Music Theater genres. ... Read More

Benjamin M offers voice lessons in Rochester, NY

Benjamin M

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...That being said, hard work and perseverance are essential qualities for a beginning musician. Simply put, the more you put in, the more you'll get. I look forward to working with you. ... Read More

Joshua S offers voice lessons in Rochester, NY

Joshua S

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...I have a wealth of materials on hand to find what apporach works best for each student. For drumset and guitar I tend to work without notation and focus on the sound. ... Read More

Beverly T offers voice lessons in Rochester, NY

Beverly T

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...I also believe that each student has their own unique personality, and my job as a teacher is to adapt my teaching style to suit that individual's needs.... Read More

Jeffrey T offers voice lessons in Rochester, NY

Jeffrey T

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...I craft a music program based on every individual's strenght, weakness and most important: interests. Having taught music in public schools for over 30 years, I am familiar with almost every pedagogical method.... Read More

Shelby D offers voice lessons in Rochester, NY

Shelby D

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...When teaching, I take a very person-centered approach. I believe in meeting my student where they are in the moment, and that music lessons should be a way to foster creativity and creative expression.... Read More

Phil H offers voice lessons in Rochester, NY

Phil H

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...I have taught nearly every instrument in a standard orchestra. I have taught singing, guitars and such, music theory composing and sight singing as well as sight reading and music history.... Read More

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...of “The Imagined City,” the aim of the event was to explore the concept of urban planning and development in the diverse neighborhoods that straddle the park, Morningside Heights and Harlem, through community-based performance. At nine p.m., over two-hundred children and adults embarked on a lantern-lit procession, carrying large architectural puppets and small paper lanterns, marching to the tune of a world-premiere composition written by local composer Nathan Davis. A group holding instruments ranging from brass trumpets to plastic Melodicas, strolled near the composer, who, judging from his tousled hair, long white coat and pockets full of instruments, looked more like a kooky scientist than an established musician in ... Read More
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