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Anne B offers voice lessons in Seattle, WA

Anne B

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...I pick repertoire that facilitates the learning of these skills, including folk songs, musical theatre, opera and art song. I use music in English, Italian, French and German, and I incorporate the works of numerous different composers and eras. ... Read More

Evelyn H offers voice lessons in Seattle, WA

Evelyn H

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...I have 3+ years of teaching experience and specialize in teaching very young children. I am capable of teaching as young as 4 years old. I also specialize in teaching music theory. ... Read More

Matthew H offers voice lessons in Seattle, WA

Matthew H

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...But even if you don't want to play professionally,maybe you just want to learn a few chords, licks,songs, for yourself, or to impress friends.That's ok too! ... Read More

Peter B offers voice lessons in Seattle, WA

Peter B

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...Not all students are looking to develop advanced skills. Some are only interested in gaining enough skill to enjoy recreational playing. Also, everyone learns a little differently and, although I'm not a formally trained educator, I've learned a lot about being present and aware of the needs of each individual in order to facilitate their musical goals.... Read More

Jon C offers voice lessons in Seattle, WA

Jon C

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...I love seeing and sharing my students passion for music. I can be rather silly and love to laugh, but I also believe that excellence is a habit.... Read More

Sphie H offers voice lessons in Seattle, WA

Sphie H

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...As a professional musician, I have invested the past twenty-four years of my life to learning and growing in live performance, pop songwriting and entertainment. I started teaching in 2004 and have enjoyed offering both public and private education in performance, technique, theory and songwriting.... Read More

Tara C offers voice lessons in Seattle, WA

Tara C

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...I'm a pianist and singer-songwriter who wants to inspire others and share my excitement and love of music! At an early age, I joined the church choir and now sing and play the keys for my local church worship team.... Read More

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