Featured Voice Teachers Near St Louis , MO

Katie R

Katie R

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As every voice is different, it is important to me that the lessons I give are personalized for each student. It is always my goal to unlock the singer's true, natural voice, so that they can create their own unique music. I use a functional bel canto method that focuses on a natural expression of the voice. This ensures a healthy sound production, avoiding undue pressure on the voice. The greatest aspect of this technique is that it translates to any musical style and provides a solid foundation that can be taken in any direction.

Amy W

Amy W

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I began teaching private lessons as part of my degree program. I also worked with several different age groups during field work. I taught small groups of students to upwards of forty students. 

Michelle K

Michelle K

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I am dedicated to training beginner to advanced voices using a mixture of classical and pop techniques.  For younger students, I typically begin with just getting them comfortable to sing by letting them choose the songs they love to listen to, and using vocal techniques that are easy for them to grasp and understand.  For my pre-teen, and teenage students I work on more pre-advanced vocal techniques that they can utilize while singing the songs they love.  When I have an adult student, I like to use pre-advanced to advanced vocal techniques as a larger part of the lesson, and help them to apply those techniques to whatever projects they are already working on outside of the studio.

Rachel S

Rachel S

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I am a performer and instructor, using my experiences and love of people to share my love for music. I graduated in 2015 with a Bachelor of Arts in Music with a Voice Emphasis and a minor in Theatre and Dance. I have been blessed to have worked and volunteered as a worship leader, as well as pursued many styles of music. Through working with world-champion instructors and performing around the world myself, I have developed a strong belief that excellence in music is one of the best and most important things a person can pursue.

Timothy M

Timothy M

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I am a self taught musician that understands music theory. Most of my musical background has been in a Church setting.  I've been the music director for a large coverband that has played hundreds of corporate parties for clients like Edward Jones. I also have worked as a session player for many studios, as well as produced thousands of records. . I have taught music for 7 years privately and love to see my students be able to play a song within a month of starting lessons. I am also an active musician in the St. Louis Area.

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