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Voice Lessons Essex County, NJ

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Featured Voice Teachers In Essex County

Here are just a few of the many teachers offering voice lessons in Essex. 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!
Alex D

Alex D

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

Let start from the ground up! With a beginner guitarist or bassist I want to both keep them excited about learning and teach the the fundamental necessary structure required to develop into a one of a kind musician. I use finger training and strengthening techniques to get the students physical ability in tip top shape, along with innovative chord ideas and mental understanding techniques. Most importantly by the end of every lesson even the first one I leave my students with a cool riff to play to show them that what they are learning is truly working, I believe this will keep students engaged in the learning and keep them working harder for the next lesson. Instead of working from boring books I like to jump right into the genre that student is most excited about and imply techniques from other genres along the way! Along with this I like to give a bit of historical knowledge and opinions so the student truly learns the roots of what they love the most. 

Loreto A

Loreto A

Instruments: Piano, Voice

I love helping people discover their unique potential and passion for music! It is important to me to understand the complete student; by learning about what inspires a student, I am able to be a better teacher to that student. The music teacher-student bond can be very special, and I strive to make meaningful, positive relationships with all of my students.  I am enthusiastic and encouraging to my students, and I am always sensitive to individual needs and learning styles. In lessons, constructive criticism is always coupled with a positive note; this is an important, delicate balance that's crucial to motivated music learning. Small achievements are praised, because I believe that little steps help us to reach those bigger goals. 

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...

Colleen K

Colleen K

Instruments: Voice

Teaching Methods: Traditional classical method

Teaching Styles: I like to make lessons fun and engaging in addition to being educational.

Mark C

Mark C

Instruments: Voice

Teaching Methods: Learn how to make a secure beautiful sound. We will talk about the basics of singing…Breathing, support, and shaping a proper vowel. To be a secure singer, you need to develop beauty, quality, and healthy production of the tone throughout the voice. We will work on proper breathing, support (they are different), “placement of the voice”, verticality of the sound and vowel modification. Although proper singing is similar for everyone it isn’t exactly the same for everyone. That’s why you need a teacher with a good ear. Then we can apply what we learn technically to the music that you sing.

Teaching Styles: My teaching style is based on the goals of the student. If you are thinking about college or conservatory... to major in voice to prepare a college audition of appropriate literature that will enhance your audition and your likelihood of acceptance at the college or conservatory of your choice. If you are a college student... I provide university level training for college students. If you require training including technique, repertoire, and performance, with the goal of a professional career.

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