Voice Lessons Maricopa County, AZ

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Featured Voice Teachers In Maricopa County

Here are just a few of the many teachers offering voice lessons in Maricopa. 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!
Tyler B

Tyler B

Instruments: Voice

I may be a new teacher, but I am dedicated to doing my best and helping my students succeed to their full potential. I have read many books on the voice, the body, and how to teach lessons, and am fully able to apply them to lessons. My style is experimental, so me and my students will be learning and applying new concepts every lesson.

Michael T

Michael T

Instruments: Voice

Teaching Methods: I believe that each students is at a different level so you have to tailor everything based on that.  I believe that reading music is extremly important in the development of singing as well as enjoying music.  I believe that each student should know key signatures as well as what notes are on and off the staff.  For all students I focus on the following: Breath, Correct Vowel Placement.  I believe that if you have solid breath foundations then you can produce purer vowels and in turn if you have purer vowels then you have longer lasting and easier breath production.  There are obviously more factors than just these two, but I find that if you can do those two things well then getting the others aspects of singing come much easier.

Teaching Styles: I encourage lots of questions from my students.  I will also ask them to tell me what they felt in there voice when I ask them to do something.  I believe that the voice teacher is only as good as his student can understand what they are actually being asked to do.  I set goals for my students, and ask that they practice every day for at least 30 minutes on various things that I may ask them to work on such as scales or a new song ect. 

Gerry D

Gerry D

Instruments: Piano, Guitar, Voice, Drums, Bass Guitar, Synthesizer, Harmonica, Lap Steel Guitar, Banjo, Ukulele, Mandolin, Recorder, Conga, Latin Percussion

Teaching Methods: I write all my own lesson materials focusing on what the student needs to know to play, understand, and enjoy music to achieve their goals. I have used several method books in the past but find them all limited or focused on styles or technique that is not what the student wants or needs to learn. I can teach from any established method if that is preferred, but instead enjoy challenging the student to understand what music is and how music is played on their chosen instrument, not just to read.

Teaching Styles: I have a very personal and relaxed way of teaching that helps each student enjoy and advance on their chosen instrument at their pace. I prefer 60 minute sessions to have the time to fully evaluate and advance from the previous lesson and to move on to new material. I use the student's preferred style of music to teach them how to play, and expand their styles and technique from there. I teach private one-on-one lessons or can arrange group classes with other students of like interests.

Michael G

Michael G

Instruments: Piano, Voice, Trumpet, Trombone, Saxophone, Flute, Clarinet, Drums, Euphonium, French Horn, Tuba, Mallet Percussion, Oboe, Bassoon, English Horn

I've developed and presented stimulating lessons plans that covered a wide range of topics and fostered music appreciation. Also, I instructed students in the technical aspects of music. I conducted rehearsals, put on shows and played at assemblies, evaluated students progress, and offered one-on-one after-school help to ensure each student is able to understand the materials and develop his/her skills.  I believe that I instilled a sense of music appreciation and I believe that I encouraged students to expand their interests. I believe that I raised the levels of student’s participation levels, demonstrated cultural diversity in music, and enhanced my students’ academic and social skills. 

Megan G

Megan G

Instruments: Piano, Voice, Saxophone, Flute, Clarinet

I like to have a balance in my lessons between fun and challenge.  I do this by setting realistic goals each week for my students, dependent on their level of perfomance and the pace that they are progressing.  Not everyone will progress at the same pace, and I feel that it is more important for a student to master a particular lesson than to move quickly through the lesson book.  I want my students to be able to experience the satisfaction that comes from working hard at something.  My ultimate goal is to not only foster a love and appreciation of music in my students, but also to develop a strong work ethic and sense of accomplishment.  

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