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Michael B

Michael B

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Michael's approach to voice training is grounded in physiological and developmentally appropriate techniques.  While this does not necessarily preclude any particular style of music, he believes very strongly that vocal health and well-being should take precedence in one's study of singing and that it is good for students to gain a diverse musical experience.

Kristin B

Kristin B

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I am always very positive. I want lessons to be fun and exciting for my students. Music is a wonderful gift and I love sharing that gift with others!!

Lou D

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.).  I also have had formal vocal training from Matt Kramer (Saigon Kick). I am certified to teack Piano, Guitar and Voice beginner and intermediate levels.

Dwight H

Dwight H

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I've been teaching private music lessons since I first started college in 2004. I've taught at community centers, afterschool programs, and music stores since graduating in 2008, and started my own home studio about 2 years ago. 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. I encourage students to draw from many genres of music, and not limit themselves to one style or method of playing. I feel that through a synthesis of all the elements of music, students can find their unique sound and reach their true potential as musicians.

Jennifer T

Jennifer T

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My teaching experience began during college as I was a section leader for my colligate choir. I started offering private lessons to students interested in learning privately but were not music majors. I continued after graduating to build a strong studio that celebrates each students' individual talent and sound. I have been teaching full time for over three years. My students come from all types of backgrounds, ability and age. The youngest student, is 6 and the oldest is 76. Musical learning never ends and it certainly is not limited to the young!

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