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Camille C offers voice lessons in San Francisco , CA

Camille C

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...Piano Adventures Julie Johnson - Basics of Keyboard Theory Ashleigh/Snell - Fundamentals of Piano Theory MTAC Syllabus - Certificate of Merit Program Wee Sing Disney Treasures Drum Rudiments ... Read More

Gina P offers voice lessons in San Francisco , CA

Gina P

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...My teaching experience began in undergrad, our teachers started a vocal pedagogy class in which we were required to have a student. Also in undergrad we participated in a studio repertoire class where we would sing for one another. ... Read More

Yehoshua J offers voice lessons in San Francisco , CA

Yehoshua J

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...I'm a lover of music and want those who pursue music to be as well! I am passionately motivated as a musician, minister of music, and singer. ... Read More

Michael S offers voice lessons in San Francisco , CA

Michael S

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...I have a great and sincere love of all things music.  I have devoted my life to private studio teaching for over 10 years.  I had the opportunity to study voice and opera at the San Francisco Conservatory and The Boston Conservatory.... Read More

Fiona C offers voice lessons in San Francisco , CA

Fiona C

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...However, I encourage them to play Classical music, which is very useful in developing good techniques in piano playing. I also encourage students to pick their own music.  The most important goal is that students are learning music from different time periods, and is having fun.... Read More

Brandan S offers voice lessons in San Francisco , CA

Brandan S

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...By listening to feedback I ensure that tailor my lesson to the students needs. Encouraging exploration of sound, emotion, and everything else that is tied to music ensures that students stay engaged and have a positive experience.... Read More

Loralee P offers voice lessons in San Francisco , CA

Loralee P

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...That being said, I am always exploring new ways of teaching in my lessons, because every students is different. I am not a strict teacher, because I want my students to be at ease, but I do follow a curriculum that leads us down the right path and it always ends in progress!... 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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