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Featured Voice Teachers Near Sacramento, CA

Here are just a few of the many teachers offering Voice lessons in Sacramento . 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!

Wendy D offers Voice lessons in   Sacramento, CA

Wendy D

Instruments: Voice

I am an energetic instructor who loves to share my love of music and theater with my students. I graduated with a theater degree from UC Irvine, but have significant musical/voice training as well. I was a professional musical theater actress for 10 years and also spent 4 years performing on Cruise Ships in revue companies and as a headliner. I have performed in Carnegie Hall and all around the world. Read More

Sydney Rose C offers Voice lessons in   Sacramento, CA

Sydney Rose C

Instruments: Piano Voice

My teaching experience begins when I apprenticed under my Choral teacher in high school and she would ask me to work one on one with certain singers that needed extra help. I started teaching private lessons part time at 17 and continued all through college. I have been consistently teaching students in my home for the past 5 years. I am a firm believer that in order to truly excel in anything you must have a classical foundation. Read More

Kimberly B offers Voice lessons in   Sacramento, CA

Kimberly B

Instruments: Voice Violin

I've been singing my whole life and playing violin since I was 9. I'm a motivated and passionate teacher and student with tons of experience in a plethora of orchestras, choirs, shows, symphonies, quartets, small groups and many more. I've soloed in almost all and held roles such as concert master, section leader, competition winner, soloist, guest soloist and lead role in many. Read More

Julie H offers Voice lessons in   Sacramento, CA

Julie H

Instruments: Piano Guitar Voice Ukulele

Julie has been a highly valued music teaching professional for 17 years privately, and in schools. She also writes and performs her own music. She is gifted with understanding individual learning styles and abilities, and is very intuitive and precise with diagnosing and correcting voice production issues. Encouraging and inspiring, she has been commited to helping students realize their full potential, and has helped them to select and audition for college programs, plus various theatre and chorus groups.My performance styles are folk, country, rock, and blues. Read More

Andy L offers Voice lessons in   Sacramento, CA

Andy L

Instruments: Piano Voice

I sang in both the classical and jazz choirs, and was percussion section leader in the Concert and Symphonic Bands, where I worked with Susan Hamre in organizing an annual High School Honor Band event, with guest conductor/composer Gary P. Gilroy. I also sang as a soloist with the ARC Orchestra as a winner of the 2016 Concerto/Aria Competition. At CSUN, I currently study composition with Liviu Marinescu, A.J. Read More

Tony S offers Voice lessons in   Sacramento, CA

Tony S

Instruments: Piano Guitar Voice Drums Bass Guitar Conga Electric Guitar Djembe Classical Guitar Acoustic Guitar

I began teaching Guitar and Piano during college as a way to expand my playing and teaching skills. Over the years I gained extensive knowledge of teaching techniques and how to work with students at all levels, ages, backgrounds, and understanding of theoretical music application. I handle my students with care, respect, and motivate them through positive reinforcement of their milestones while learning. Moreover, I have taught guitar and piano to over 200 students in the last decade - many have pursued careers in music, and some have even surpassed my accomplishments. Read More

Susan J offers Voice lessons in   Sacramento, CA

Susan J

Instruments: Voice

I do create my own custom lesson plan for each student depending on their age, experience and desire. I include acting, vocal warm ups, tongue twisters, song selections and audition prep and stage presence and microphone use. I send each student a specifically designed program that will best suit their needs and is age appropriate. Thus, they have a lot of material to practice from vocal warm ups, tongue twisters, different musical genre including all types and a vast selection of acting scripts, commercial copy, monologues, vocal warm ups, tongue twisters, different musical genres including all types from them to choose from. Read More

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