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Camille C offers voice lessons in San Francisco , CA

Camille C

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...3-4 new pieces a week incentives for consistent practicing eartraining, theory, and history included during the lessons ... Read More

James D offers voice lessons in San Francisco , CA

James D

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...The fact that I also play live gigs about 4 nights a week gives my students a chance to see me play live and get inspired, something that is really necessary to keep a student motivated for years. ... Read More

Willa G offers voice lessons in San Francisco , CA

Willa G

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...I strive to find new music my students will fall in love with, and am constantly learning new music to help them play their favorite songs at their current level. ... Read More

Shari J offers voice lessons in San Francisco , CA

Shari J

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...It's all about where each student is at -I will meet them right there. My primary concern is that my students are having fun while in the learning process, and that I am working toward their vocal goals.... Read More

Stefan F offers voice lessons in San Francisco , CA

Stefan F

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...Developing relationships also aids in understanding what you or your child's learning style is and in creating realistic short term and long term goals lesson plans. All in all, my teaching style is rooted in basic human respect, kindness, accountability and teaching the focus building, healing energizing nature music has.... Read More

Evelyn S offers voice lessons in San Francisco , CA

Evelyn S

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...I encourage setting realistic goals and finding ways to consistently inspire and motivate my students to propel them forward in their studies. Each student is unique and I am thoughtful to let this uniqueness shine through week after week.... Read More

Lauren G offers voice lessons in San Francisco , CA

Lauren G

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...I firmly believe that every student is different and therefore has their own learning style. it is very important for me to understand what their learning style is so that I can cater to that in our lessons.... Read More

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... Knowing the best age to start music lessons for each instrument is a crucial part of a child’s musical development. In many cases, a child may be ready to start an instrument but may not have the physical means to fully explore the instrument: not enough lung capacity for a wind instrument, a pre-adolescent voice, lacking dexterity in the fingers, and so on. Below is our chart indicating the ideal age to start learning a specific instrument. The Best Age to Start Music Lessons By Instrument Piano 4-5 Article: Best Age for Piano Lessons Guitar 7-9 Article: Best Age for Guitar Lessons Drums 7 and up Article: Best Age for Drum Lessons Voice 12 and up Article: Best Age for Singing Lessons Saxophone 7-8 Article: Best Age for Saxophone Lessons Flute 7-8 Article: Best Age for Flute Lessons Clarinet 7-8 Article: Best Age for ... Read More
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