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Daniel H offers voice lessons in Yonkers, NY

Daniel H

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...I especially enjoy varied religious settings, for example as concertmaster of the holiday orchestra at St. Martin of Tours in Amityville and cantor at Atikva Tsentr in Kiev. ... Read More

Sarah H offers voice lessons in Yonkers, NY

Sarah H

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...Students are also encouraged to go at their own pace, and bring in any material that inspires them - the best singing is done when it's enjoyable! ... Read More

Jeffrey A offers voice lessons in Yonkers, NY

Jeffrey A

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...The most important thing is that the student should be having fun, because music is fun! There is work involved, but at the end of the day, music should bring a smile to your face and if you are not having fun with music, then I am not doing my job. ... Read More

Paul L offers voice lessons in Yonkers, NY

Paul L

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...In the subsequent 10 years I have worked both at home and abroad with some of the world's great conductors (ex. Lorin Maazel, James Conlon, Sir Andrew Davis) and companies (ex.... Read More

Marco P offers voice lessons in Yonkers, NY

Marco P

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...My teaching style is fun and engaging. Music has to be a pleasure, both to perform and learn. In my classes even exercises are fun, interesting and stimulating; they're not just some boring tasks, but rather something that the student is actively interested in practicing and learning.... Read More

Jonathan H offers voice lessons in Yonkers, NY

Jonathan H

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...In addition to being a teacher, I am also an actor and have performed with the College Light Opera Company, VHRP Live!, and the Ohio Light Opera.... Read More

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