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Ametra E offers voice lessons in Spring, TX

Ametra E


...I enjoy working with students and all audiences, but my reward comes when I can see the skills and talents of my students, progress and develop with a hope for them to become life-long musicians... ... Read More

Theresa M offers voice lessons in Spring, TX

Theresa M


...My focus is on the individual student- I evaluate the needs and goals of my students and taylor my lessons to achieve those goals. Vocally, being a professional singer, I have a firm foundation in vocal pedagogy, so I can sing vocal jazz and rock music, as well as show tunes and operatic arias without hurting my voice. ... Read More

Dozie N offers voice lessons in Spring, TX

Dozie N


...Every student has the ability to learn and understand music at any level, as long as the teacher knows how to key-into that ability of that student, in order to teach the student. ... Read More

Sean S offers voice lessons in Spring, TX

Sean S


...Before teaching I was always sharing ideas and my approach with my peers and anyone who wanted to listen. My jump into teaching music as a job started after high school teaching drum lessons at Music Arts and All About Music Arts in the Houston area.... Read More

Gary B offers voice lessons in Spring, TX

Gary B


...My degree is in Trumpet with a piano and voice minor from HBU.... Read More

Rebekah C offers voice lessons in Spring, TX

Rebekah C


...If my students are clearly not passionate about the song that we are working on together in lessons. We are not going to get very much done.... Read More

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