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Antony Z

Antony Z

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Antony has a lot of experience as a performer and teacher. He has sung with Washington National Opera, Washington Bach Consort, and Handel and Haydn Society and performed over 30 roles in opera/musical theater. He is also a singer/songwriter. Antony has taught at Shenandoah Conservatory, College of Southern Maryland, and the Levine School of Music. He has also maintained a private studio in voice, guitar, and piano since moving to Northern Virginia in 2004.

Gregory H

Gregory H

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I try to make sure every lesson is fun, high energy, and very focused. I use exercises, games, visuals and even online media, to ensure a fun atmosphere. I also implement awards to acknowledge accomplishments. 

Samantha A

Samantha A

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Although every student is different, I typically start with Fundamentals. I firmly believe the key to healthy, full singing lies in the basics. Then we'll begin to work on solo repertoire that is appropriate to the student's ability and age level. With all my students, I think it is important to learn and strive to improve, but also have fun!

Sammy H

Sammy H

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Learning to sing is a rewarding and worthwhile endeavor and I approach my students very individualistically. I assign my student vocal exercises and repertoire and provide clear and thorough instruction to keep lessons fun and engaging! I challenge my students to practice and perfect the assigned homework and songs so that we may keep improving every week. 

Heather C

Heather C

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It truly is a joy and privilege to share my love of music to my students. In 2011, I graduated from George Mason University with a Bachelor of Music degree in Vocal Performance. For GMU Opera, I was given the opportunity to participate in the performances of 'A Christmas Carol', 'Amahl and the Night Visitors', and 'La boheme', as well as Carolina in the studio scenes of Cimarosa's 'Il matrimonio segreto.' I've also performed at the Kennedy Center for chorus, solo, and ensemble performances as well as perform for church events and conferences in the DC Metro area. Music is my passion and performing (whether in a studio, church, or on stage) is where I feel at home most!

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