Voice Lessons Harford County, MD

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Featured Voice Teachers In Harford County

Here are just a few of the many teachers offering voice lessons in Harford. 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 A

Alex A

Instruments: Piano, Voice

Teaching Methods: I adjust my teaching based on each student's abilities to maintain a relaxed, fun, and engaging atmosphere. For younger students, I typically start with Music for Little Mozarts, which includes a variety of activities in addition to the exploration of music. For older or more intermediate students, I recommend Faber & Faber's Piano Adventures, which incorporates not only interesting musical selections, but also introduces music theory and analysis. For advanced students, I prefer to piece together selected repertoires based on music relevant to their interests; this typically includes a selection of classical and contemporary compositions with some discussion of the pieces' context within a greater scope of music history and theory. 

Teaching Styles: While achievement is important to me, I believe that developing long-term skills is a far more significant. I prefer to emphasize skill-building and retention, and always want to make sure the student is enjoying the process. I prefer to set realistic short- and long-term goals for students at each lesson, and acknowledge their accomplishments with a system of rewards. Additionally, at the end of each year, I encourage my students' participation in a studio-wide voluntary recital, which is intended to showcase their growth and development over the course of the year as well as afford them an opportunity to perform in public.

Donovan D

Donovan D

Instruments: Piano, Guitar, Voice, Drums, Bass Guitar, Synthesizer, Accordion, Harmonica, Lap Steel Guitar, Banjo, Ukulele, Mandolin, Mallet Percussion, Orchestral Percussion

Teaching Methods: As far as books go, I prefer the Hal Leonard method, especially for beginner musicians. I combine visual, audio and kinesthetic learning methods to tailor to anyone's needs. After the basics are taught or they're already learned, I assess the student's level and teach the student what they wish to learn to the best of my ability.

Teaching Styles: As far as books go, I prefer the Hal Leonard method, especially for beginner musicians. I combine visual, audio and kinesthetic learning methods to tailor to anyone's needs. After the basics are taught or they're already learned, I assess the student's level and teach the student what they wish to learn to the best of my ability.

Jordan G

Jordan G

Instruments: Piano, Guitar, Voice, Bass Guitar, Ukulele, Keyboard, Electric Guitar, Classical Guitar, Acoustic Guitar

Teaching Methods: On the guitar with kids, I usually start with simple two finger chords and simple chord transitions,I also prefer to teach reading from Hal Leonard Guitar Method 1 or Alfred's Guitar Method 1. On Piano I also start with Alfred's Method 1. I will also teach a basic C major scale and pentatonic pattern on both Guitar and Piano for the development of the fingers,dexterity, rhythm , and a basic understanding of keys. For adults the approach is the same but at an adult level, the goal is to teach the student the important fundamental's while focusing on the students goals and interest on the instrument.

Teaching Styles: I teach the way my student learns, I don't teach any one student the same, Im quickly able to see what my students interest goal's and natural skill set are. I find it more important to focus on the students strengths in the beginning(especially with children),it keeps them motivated and interested, that's the most important part of anyones development, they have to like what they are doing.At the intermediate level I begin to challenge my student, making them do thing that are close to the limit of their knowledge and abilities so that them can make it to an advanced level.

Kristin B

Kristin B

Instruments: Piano, Guitar, Voice, Bass Guitar

Teaching Methods: I start all students, regardless of age and experience, at the very beginning. I like to make sure all of my students have a solid foundation before moving on to more advanced songs, technique, and theory. I also cater to my students interests. For example, if they want to play rock I will throw in various rock songs to keep them motivated and hungry to learn. I am an encouraging and serious teacher, with an upbeat and enthusiatic personality.

Teaching Styles: 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!!

Frederick C

Frederick C

Instruments: Piano, Guitar, Voice, Drums, Bass Guitar

Teaching Methods:  For beginning students, I teach with a method that would not "reinvent the wheel" learning notes on they instrument which makes sense to them easily. A,B,C, etc.. Once the notes are know without thought, they will have knowledge of how music is taught in the industry and from lesson plans like Hal Leonard's Essential Elements. Everyone is unique (as GOD has made us) and there are unique ways one can grasp learning music..... You can do it.

Teaching Styles: It is important that each student progresses at his or her own pace.  I encourage this by setting realistic goals for my students at each lesson.  Acknowledging accomplishments helps fuel a students desire to progress, and makes students eager tolearn more. By trying to find out what imspires the student, I can successfully tailor my instruction to their wants and needs.

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