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Featured Voice Teachers In Bergen County

Here are just a few of the many teachers offering voice lessons in Bergen. Whether you are looking for beginner voice lessons for your kids, or are an adult wanting to improve your skills, the instructors in our network are ready to help you now!
Ildiko R

Ildiko R

Instruments: Voice

Teaching Methods:  Though I learned a lot from great, international professors and musicians, now I use my own method in teaching. I use different tools and I make my students use their imaginations. I believe in high-level classical training.

Teaching Styles: At the beginning of taking voice lessons almost everyone is nervous a bit or a lot. I try to release the tension. I like to surprise my students with funny exercises but at the same time I am a very serious observer to follow what happens in the student's voice. The human voice is a miracle. Everyone's voice is different from the others just like the fingerprint. Your voice shows your mood, your health, your physical conditions and your emotions. Dare to show all of them to me...

Aaron K

Aaron K

Instruments: Piano, Voice

Teaching Methods: I try and teach according to my system.  For singing I begin with basics of breathing and move on once the student has shown proficiency in understanding that concept.  For piano students, I work through Alfred's piano series.  I try not to let my students skip steps, as gaps in knowledge can create problems down the line.  However, I always try and have songs that they can work on while going through the basics to keep things interesting.

Teaching Styles: I like to keep things fairly light hearted in my studio.  Most of my students start studying music because they think it would be fun and I try and make my lessons fun.  I like to let my students choose songs that they enjoy (with some guidance from me) so they have something fun to work on.

Ileen Z

Ileen Z

Instruments: Guitar, Voice

I first taught guitar at the unlikely age of ten. To my surprise, my first student became very proficient very quickly and still plays today. The idea that anyone has the potential to do something well really sold me on teaching. There are standard ways to learn this instrument, but when a reliable method falls short, it's up to a qualified teacher to get their students to achieve their goals. The guitar has a poor reputation as a serious instrument, when it fact it is quite difficult, even physically un-natural to play. Bad habits can not only set you back, but take a great deal of time and effort to un-do, and can even cause physical pain or damage. I can't understate the importance of selecting a guitar teacher who has extensive experience with physical technique, and how it can free the guitarist from sluggish learning, frustration and most musical limits in their playing.

Mike M

Mike M

Instruments: Guitar, Voice

I would first establish the level of my student and figure out which direction suits them best to achieve there own personal goals. Someone first starting off , We would first concentrate on finger strength. Excercises that are fun but also help build the neccasary tools. Basic chords , scales , and basic strumming is a good example of where i would start a guitar student. Beginners of voice lessons we would be concentrating on breathing excercises and scales at first. Fun singalongs always sets the tone also for great progress!!  

Charles C

Charles C

Instruments: Piano, Voice

I began studying music at age 10.  By twelve years old I began serious study and practice on the piano.  By 15 I was playing weekly church services on both organ and piano.  I attended both Rutgers College and Berklee School of Music in Boston, where I continued my studies in piano, jazz composition and arranging, voice and performance. After graduation I began a career as a professional pianist, choir director, and teacher.  I have worked countless venue for the past 30 years.  

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