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Featured Voice Teachers Near Tampa, FL

Here are just a few of the many teachers offering Voice lessons in Tampa . Whether you are looking for beginner guitar lessons for your kids, or are an adult wanting to improve your skills, the instructors in our network are ready to help you now!

KeriAnne N. J offers Voice lessons in   Tampa, FL

KeriAnne N. J

Instruments: Piano Voice Music Keyboard

KeriAnne N. Jelinek, Soprano 3405 Waterwood Ct. Valrico, FL 33596 813.955.5669 813.593.3682 KeriAnneJelinek@yahoo.com www.KeriAnneJelinek.com EDUCATION Bachelor of Arts | Voice Performance | Cal State University, Fullerton Associate of Arts | Voice Performance | Yuba College Post-Baccalaureate Voice Studies | Shoreline College, El Camino College, Fullerton College OPERA SCENE ROLES Chorus | Tosca | Opera Tampa Chorus | Anton Coppola Gala | Opera Tampa Susanna | Le nozze di Figaro | California State University Chico Lay Sister | Suor Angelica | California State University Fullerton Despina | Cosi fan tutte | Yuba College First Lady | Die Zauberflote | Yuba College SOLOIST EXPERIENCE Soprano Soloist | Memorial Service | January 2019 Opera Soloist | Beach Memorial Service | November 2018 Soprano Soloist | Old Time Pottery Grand Opening | August 2018 Opera Soloist | Opera on Tap | July 2018 Soprano Soloist | Memorial Service | 2018 | June 2018 Soprano Soloist | Wedding Service | 2018 | April 2018 Soprano Soloist | St. Read More

Kathryn C offers Voice lessons in   Tampa, FL

Kathryn C

Instruments: Piano Voice Ukulele Recorder Keyboard

My methods are unique and created to fit the individual musician, because we all learn differently! For beginners, I incorporate elements of Orff and Kodaly. For the young beginner musician, I like to use games to hone in and sharpen aural comprehension. For intermediate and advanced pianists, my go-to piano repertoire comes from Nancys and Randall Fabers Piano Adventures. For vocalists or music theory students, I use tools straight from my collegiate, educational repertoire. Read More

Judi P offers Voice lessons in   Tampa, FL

Judi P

Instruments: Voice

My methods are based on life experience from studying with different teachers through out my career and being an AMDA graduate. I am very old school, meaning I expect them to memorize lyrics and lines, and understand what they are saying and why. I approach teaching as a teacher who still performs,and learned by doing it. I like the student to be old enough to read. I also encourage to tape their lesson for home study. Read More

Jody G offers Voice lessons in   Tampa, FL

Jody G

Instruments: Guitar Voice Electric Guitar Acoustic Guitar

My Teaching experience with playing the guitar is correlated to my experience as a Florida Teacher. I spent a lot of time using the guitar to build rapport and create positive teacher/student relationships that motivated students to achieve not only with the guitar but their academics as well. I have plenty of experience teaching students how to change chords, finger placement between frets, and surviving sore finger syndrome. Lol I encourage my students to practice on a daily basis and to focus on their right hand techniques as well as chord mastering. Read More

John P offers Voice lessons in   Tampa, FL

John P

Instruments: Piano Guitar Voice Violin Cello Viola Drums Bass Guitar Banjo Ukulele Mandolin Electric Violin Fiddle Electric Guitar Classical Guitar Acoustic Guitar

I really covered this in the above information,so continuing in more detail,it really depends on each individual student,their level of ability and age that determine the course of study.It also depends on the instrument.Some instruments like piano,violin or viola,books are more practical because the music is notated.With most fretted instruments,music is written in tableture which was originally used for the lute and brought back i think in the 1970s.Its easier than reading music and is more practical for those instruments. Read More

Mickey G offers Voice lessons in   Tampa, FL

Mickey G

Instruments: Piano Guitar Voice Bass Guitar Double Bass

My passion, discipline and determination to be professional at all costs helped me to graduate from BIT, and Pasadena Music Academy, and immerse myself into the music scene as a gifted multi instrumentalist concentrating on bass.  I can sight read, play by ear, arrange music, and play any style or genre. I have toured with international artists who have inspired me to continue performing throughout my life. Read More

Alison B offers Voice lessons in   Tampa, FL

Alison B

Instruments: Piano Voice

I have been teaching out of my home off and on the last 25 years. I've been the master piano teacher, rock band teacher and concert director at a music performance school the last few years but I'm back to my basic love of teaching since I've just relocated to the West coast. Because progression will produce a passion for your instrument whether it's piano or vocals, I emphasize regular and consistent weekly practice at home with times varying depending on age and proficiency. Read More

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Ric S

Instruments: Voice Saxophone Flute Recorder Conga Latin Percussion Music Keyboard

What advice do you have about practicing effectively?
I find that a little bit at a time works bet. It's better to practice a few times a week than trying to get it all in on one or two days. It's also beneficial to have a personal lesson plan by which, you know what your going to work on and how you're going to work on it successfully.

How do I know if my child is ready to start lessons?
Depending on the instrument, a child can usually start as soon as they can hold, and manipulate the instrument. I've know violin students to start as early as 4 years old. Once they begin to show interest in music, or an instrument, I would begin looking in to it as to not miss that window of opportunity.

When will I start to see results?
By the first day there should be progress and a level of accomplishment. This is what I strive for from the very first lesson and every lesson there after.

When did you decide to become a professional musician? Was it a gradual decision or was there a defining moment for you?
I think it was gradual but being exposed to live music at a young age certainly had influenced me in that direction. At age 13 I was asked to play with bands that were already playing for social functions and public events, including gubernatorial campaigns and restaurants.

What musical accomplishments are you most proud of?
I can't really reference one thing in particular but perhaps I haven't really hit that milestone yet. There have been lots of cool gigs, Madison Square Garden, Radio City Music Hall, gigs throughout the US and abroad, album credits for saxophone consultation and repair, military bandsman, performing for numerous recognized artists, degrees in music, etc...thankful for all of it!

Have any of your students won awards or been selected for special honors? How have they succeeded?
I have had some students pass their auditions to move forward and become college music majors. Others have progressed to become all-state and all-county band inductees.

What does a normal practice session look like for you?
My practice routine includes long tones, to warm up my embouchure and listening to any new material in order to develop new ideas or new songs. I play very regularly so as a saxophone player I often visit songs and solos in order keep them strong. Working on tone is also a big part of it.

If you weren't a musician what do you think you'd be doing instead?
Lol, I was just talking to a friend about this. With my love of animals I thought I would've been a veterinarian. However, the pull of music was way too strong.

If you play more than one instrument, how did you decide to start playing the second? (Or 3rd, 4th, 5th, etc)!
I have always had friends that played the different instruments that I play so they became somewhat of an inspiration. However, It has also been a combination of curiosity and necessity that drove me to learn other instruments.

Does music run in your family? Tell us a little about your musical family members.
My father played Spanish style guitar. He had a considerable repertiore of classic pieces including everything from Segovia to Ramirez to Bach and even Jose Feliciano. He would would sing some childrens songs to me as well. My grandmother sang in her church choir and was always chosen to sing the arias in church. I loved to hear her singing the Ave Maria. She would also sing to me before putting me to sleep when I would come and stay with her as a child. Lots of musical inspiration for sure.

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