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Diane P offers voice lessons in Washington, DC

Diane P

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...I attended Berklee College of Music in Boston prior to moving to Los Angeles.  There, I would work with some industry greats like Richard Druz, Lenny Greene and Frank Zappa.  I absorbed their skills, talents and techniques.  After singing with many bands in the area, I found gospel music and joined a church with Pastor Rowena Frisco in Inglewood.  Frisco taught me what gospel music was all about and I have carried it with me ever since. ... Read More

Brittany M offers voice lessons in Washington, DC

Brittany M

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...For beginning students I stress the importance of reading music, so I heavily work on their rhythmic and melodic vocabulary. I am not set on a particular methods book because I am a firm believer that all students learn differently and some methods work better for some than others. ... Read More

Javvieaus S offers voice lessons in Washington, DC

Javvieaus S

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...I have been teaching piano and voice lessons for a short period of time (since September 2014). I began teaching both piano and voiceat the George Street Music School in York, PA to beginning and intermeditate students. ... Read More

Dwight H offers voice lessons in Washington, DC

Dwight H

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...I like to teach the rudiments, as the fundamentals of music and of one's instrument provide the solid base upon which all else is built, though I also stress creativity for all my students.... Read More

Natalie G offers voice lessons in Washington, DC

Natalie G

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...Understanding and being able to interpret the history of a piece is just as important and learning it, how are you to convince an audience without knowing it for yourself?... Read More

Sun K offers voice lessons in Washington, DC

Sun K

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...Performing all over the Northern Virginia and several states has been one of the greater experiences of my life as a musician, and I've had the opportunity to play both at the Performing Arts Concert Hall in Virginia, as well as music teacher as several performances as the principle pianist with Va Youth Orchestra.... Read More

Alesheya F offers voice lessons in Washington, DC

Alesheya F

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...In 2018, I graduated from Morgan State University with a Masters of Arts in Music. As a musician, Performing around the world has been one of the greater experiences of my life.... Read More

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