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Michelle P offers voice lessons in Washington, DC

Michelle P

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...I began teaching lessons part time nearly 20 years ago during my undergrad years, and have been teaching in my home studio ever since. I believe that everyone can learn to sing, that each student is unique, and that singing should be a joy. ... Read More

Darius S offers voice lessons in Washington, DC

Darius S

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...I then create a curriculum based on that assessment, which includes music theory, building repertoire (including music that interests the student), and music history/literature. I also encourage the student to engage in music competitions/auditions and student recitals. ... Read More

Lou D offers voice lessons in Washington, DC

Lou D

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...I have been playing guitar and singing for 20 years. I have formal guitar training from John Jennings (of Mary Chapin Carpenter) and Tom Giata (One Life to Live, All My Children, etc.). ... Read More

Sammy H offers voice lessons in Washington, DC

Sammy H

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...I am an experienced and effective instructor who loves working with students of all different backgrounds and sharing my knowledge of singing. I have trained with voice teachers including Marlena Malas (vocal coach of Luciano Pavarotti) and Gran Wilson.... Read More

Alesheya F offers voice lessons in Washington, DC

Alesheya F

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...I give each student the room to express his or herself freely. I try to find out what inspires the student and successfully tailor my instruction to their wants and needs.... Read More

Matt N offers voice lessons in Washington, DC

Matt N

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...But without the passion to learn it can also be tedious and painful. It’s hard work. So my format is getting the student up and running.... Read More

Reginald C offers voice lessons in Washington, DC

Reginald C

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...Adult students I have taught typically want to learn to do two things: 1) accompany themselves on an instrument while singing a popular song or 2) learn to play with others ... whether that be a jam session during a jazz set ... or playing behind someone else that is singing or playing a lead instrument.... Read More

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