Featured Voice Teachers Near Sacramento, CA

Kimberly B

Kimberly B

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I use Suzuki as a push off point for violinists. But I will teach anything a musician would like to learn and have music for almost all styles. I usually will begin vocalists with any song they are interested in learning and can recommend books more tailored to their needs and goals upon meeting.

Lee H

Lee H

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My teaching style is person-centered, down-to-earth, and intensive. I derive wholehearted joy in my work with students as we develop the bond of trust necessary for learning and as students build confidence and achieve success!

Elizabeth P

Elizabeth P

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I inspire other students to pursue their dreams. If they want to pursue music as a full time career, I will encourage that as well. If they are interested in learning or writing a song, I wil assist with that. 

Khemya M

Khemya M

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My teaching experience dates back to 1996, when I began teaching lessons to children in at-risk communities in dance and music, while going through school in Oakland.   I then continued in Stockton, CA, where I developed music and dance programs in the Recreation Centers, and later developed my own non-profit organization.  I began writing my own grants to teach classes in after-school programs, and in 2013, while attending my music program, I began instucting private music classes in classical guitar, beg. piano and beg. voice.   I have great fun instructing children, adults and youth with challenging lives.  I also work in music therapy with youth that have been difficulties in ADHD, Autism , etc.   It has been the greatest experience in my life giving music to others and motivate them to the study and artform of music.

Tim W

Tim W

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Before I start working with any client, I find out exactly why they've sought out vocal lessons and what their goals are. Then It all starts with breathing. The student will learn how to properly excersize the correct muscles when singing, and then will vocalize with the piano. We must start with pitch! Then there will be songs to learn that both the student suggest and I pick, based on what I think will help their development most. There will be bi-weekly master classes that students have the option of attending to perform for other students, and learn from watching (This is a big learning tool). But as I said it is optional. The student will always be working toward their goal while enriching their musical taste.  I really enourage live performance, and will provide ample performance opportunities. This of course will go through parents first in regards to any students that are minors.

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