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Julie H offers voice lessons in Sacramento, CA

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...I had always played piano, and then a friend invited me to try a singing class. I was one second into our first vocal exercise and I was hooked. ... Read More

Tim W offers voice lessons in Sacramento, CA

Tim W

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...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. ... Read More

Meredith B offers voice lessons in Sacramento, CA

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...My favorite thing about teaching is watching a student's face light up when a technique or an idea clicks. When that happens, I know I'm doing something right! ... Read More

Sierra Z offers voice lessons in Sacramento, CA

Sierra Z

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...With both piano and voice, I always start with basic warm ups. I have a set warm up routine for both instruments, and we go through them every single lesson, so eventually students will be able to do them without sheet music and just know what to do!... Read More

Samantha S offers voice lessons in Sacramento, CA

Samantha S

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...Most people are under the misconception that vocal lessons are a "one size fits all" and this can do more harm than good for serious professionals and aspiring artists.... Read More

Melanie R offers voice lessons in Sacramento, CA

Melanie R

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...I began vocal coaching while still in graduate school to undergraduates, preparing them for auditions. After working for several theaters, I returned to teaching voice when my husbsnd I moved to Germany in 2011.... Read More

Susan J offers voice lessons in Sacramento, CA

Susan J

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...I now teach in my fully equipped home studio in Elk Grove, CA. Encouraging regular practice on a consistent schedule is one of the key points I like to emphasize for younger students, as it tends to help the student progress and gain a passion for the instrument.... Read More

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