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Jannel R offers voice lessons in Santa Ana , CA

Jannel R

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...I love teaching students of all ages a variety of instruments and styles...from 3 year old twins taking piano lessons to an 85 year old woman taking organ lessons. ... Read More

Radina V offers voice lessons in Santa Ana , CA

Radina V

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...If you want me to accompany you, please bring a lead sheet and/or lyrics of the song you want to work on. All lessons are recorded and given to the student to conveniently practice at home between each lesson. ... Read More

Talia G offers voice lessons in Santa Ana , CA

Talia G

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...From 2001 to the present, I have prepared lessons to privately teach music and languages. I assisted foreign students with diction, reading and writing In 2007, for the Eutonic School of music I also assisted in recitals, and accompanied students on the piano. ... Read More

Lainie P offers voice lessons in Santa Ana , CA

Lainie P

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...I don't want my students to be entirely dependent on me. I like to give them exercises to do on their own in between lessons so that time doesn't go to waste and they can see quicker improvement with their own practicing.... Read More

Matt D offers voice lessons in Santa Ana , CA

Matt D

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...Shortly there after, I moved to Los Angeles and attended the LA music academy on a scholarship. Perfroming all over the country and the world has been one of the greatest experiences of my life.... Read More

Tania S offers voice lessons in Santa Ana , CA

Tania S

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...Nothing is more rewarding! I am an easygoing and encouraging teacher who is always welcoming to my students. Every lesson will be filled with victories that will spur you on to the next goal.... Read More

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