Voice Lessons Bergen County, NJ

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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!
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.

Kelsey R

Kelsey R

Instruments: Piano, Guitar, Voice, Violin, Viola, Trumpet, Trombone, Flute, Clarinet, Drums, Organ, Synthesizer, Ukulele, Recorder

For beginning students, I incorporate music that is meaningful to the student while also building a strong technical foundation. For advanced students, I work with the students on a balance of fun and challenging repetoire that will push the student to meet their performance goals. 

Alex D

Alex D

Instruments: Guitar, Voice, Drums, Bass Guitar, Electric Guitar, Classical Guitar, Acoustic Guitar

My teaching experience branches back about seven years informally, and two years professionally. In 2014 i began giving private lessons for both individual musicians and full bands in studio prep. I have taught all ages and skill levels with the main focus on improving skill levels, building instrument confidence, and simulating the creativity of new and upcoming song writers. I have been a ghost writter for multiple bands over the last year and have written a total of 100 original tracks over my entire musical career. But above all things the real experience needed to teach your student is keeping them both engaged in the lessons and there instrument of choice and that is were i can really shine. i find that having innovative and creative approaches to playing is what makes the difference between a Teacher and a personal music guide to take you through all of the wounderful steps of becoming a real musician.    

Deborah B

Deborah B

Instruments: Piano, Voice

For beginning piano students who are children, I usually start with Faber and Faber methods and performance books.  I supplement with other solo materials as the student progresses.  For beginning adult piano students, I use Alfred's Adult PIano Method.  For the more advanced students, music is typically chosen from a variety of sources, so that the student is playing music that is challenging and enjoyable. Voice students generally begin with the basics of voice technique and singing.  Songs are chosen depending on the student's area of interest, ranging from classical, opera, musical theater, pop and more.  Students are taught how to expand their range, improve tone, proper breath support and how to produce a tone that is healthy and natural. I have a lot of experience performing in musical theater and music directing musicals and I specialize in coaching students for musical theater auditions and college auditions.

Ryan H

Ryan H

Instruments: Piano, Voice

I have been teaching ever since the second year of my graduate studies at the Cleveland Institute of Music  3 years ago and have continued teaching privately since that time.  I do encourage my students to practice every day, suiting their needs and schedule.  Whether I am teaching piano or voice, I like to teach the technical aspects of the respective instrument and apply these techniques to the repertoire that I have assigned.

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