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Gary L offers voice lessons in Santa Ana , CA

Gary L

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...I have learned from some of the best teachers in and around Los Angeles, having studied for 4+ years in the early 1990s. I love to hear good vocals. ... Read More

Emily S offers voice lessons in Santa Ana , CA

Emily S

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...Vocal longevity is a very high priority in my studio, as is having a good time. I am a firm believer that a teacher who does not help a student fall in love with their art has not done their job. ... Read More

Larry M offers voice lessons in Santa Ana , CA

Larry M

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...Sharing musical talent is so easy and so rewarding. Playing and/or singing can always have an impact on others that is not possible in any other way. ... Read More

Jean-Luc P offers voice lessons in Santa Ana , CA

Jean-Luc P

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...As they progress and grow more skillful, the repertoire becomes more complex so that there is always a level of challenge to ensure that they are both enjoying themselves and learning in the process!... Read More

Derek P offers voice lessons in Santa Ana , CA

Derek P

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...Nothing is more rewarding than seeing one of my students develop a passion for music! Therefore, its important that each student progresses at his or her own pace.... Read More

Siranush A offers voice lessons in Santa Ana , CA

Siranush A

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...The beginning is very important and I encourage them to be very mindful. At the same time, I'm very friendly and not strict cause I want to have a nice spirit around :)... Read More

Sumitra N offers voice lessons in Santa Ana , CA

Sumitra N

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...I began teaching voice in 1998, in Vienna, Austria. The following year, I was asked to teach at the Vocal Jazz Department of Gustav Mahler Conservatory where I taught for 5 years.... Read More

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