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Nathan B offers voice lessons in Saint Petersburg , FL

Nathan B

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...Then I attended a local community college in New England where I received my certificate of music and from there I went on to  the University of Massachusettes where I received my associates of music education degree. ... Read More

Guillermo L offers voice lessons in Saint Petersburg , FL

Guillermo L

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...I focus on breathing and comfort singing. I use different warming up exercises for every person, depending on their needs. I am always excited when one of my student make progress, wheter is big or small. ... Read More

Betty S offers voice lessons in Saint Petersburg , FL

Betty S

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...I teach proper hand position and posture, work on scales, basic music terminology and playing technique. All voice students work on breathing, standard vocal exercises, age appropriate repertoire and interpretation. ... Read More

Christine H offers voice lessons in Saint Petersburg , FL

Christine H

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...I've performed in a variety of roles and settings, including opera houses, to concert halls, to coffee shops, to parks, and even private salons. I believe music should be accessible to all and work very hard to make that a reality.... Read More

Judi P offers voice lessons in Saint Petersburg , FL

Judi P

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...I told them it is all in the technique . My vocalizes are the same for every one . It is like an athelete warming up for a game.... Read More

Camila F offers voice lessons in Saint Petersburg , FL

Camila F

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...I began my musical journey at 5 years of age with the piano, and since then I have picked up a few brass instruments and classical/jazz singing.... Read More

Sandra C offers voice lessons in Saint Petersburg , FL

Sandra C

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...I ask students what they most would like to work on or accomplish and help them set realistic goals with skill building exercises to practice. I offer positive affirmation and understand that the joys of music are important beyond a competitive aspects.... Read More

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