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Jessica B offers voice lessons in Rochester, NY

Jessica B

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...I love understanding what makes each individual unique; so I really listen to them and design a curriculum based on their likes; challenging them to appreciate all styles of music; and encouraging them to become fluent in various genres, time periods and methods. ... Read More

Benjamin M offers voice lessons in Rochester, NY

Benjamin M

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...My time in school helped me to understand the necessity of properly developing musicianship as well as the technical skills required to play an instrument. This leads to more valuable and enjoyable lessons for the students. ... 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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...Whether it is Suzuki, Gordon, Kodaly, Orff or Barry Harris, I draw from all the methodology to help all students reach their comfort zones. I will also teach how to practice your instrument-something that is often neglected.... Read More

Phil H offers voice lessons in Rochester, NY

Phil H

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...My Mother went to Eastman school as i did. She was a pianist.... Read More

Alexandra H offers voice lessons in Rochester, NY

Alexandra H

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...Teaching should be fun for both the teacher and student! I truly believe that the teacher should learn as much from the teacher as the student learns.... Read More

William R offers voice lessons in Rochester, NY

William R

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...For my older students I share practice routines with them that they can use at home, and try to make them aware that when it comes to practice, what they put in to it is what they will get out of it.... 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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