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Voice Lessons Mcclain County, OK

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Featured Voice Teachers In Mcclain County

Here are just a few of the many teachers offering voice lessons in Mcclain. 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!
Jonathan G

Jonathan G

Instruments: Voice

I believe in teaching all students how to sing with a healthy voice technique that will allow them to sing not only classically but any other style as well. I teach with a positive attitude and always make sure my students are enjoying themselves in their lessons. Music is fun, and should be approached with a fun atmosphere. 

Mary K

Mary K

Instruments: Voice

Teaching Methods: I will also include in lessons information on basic music and musicianship. Once a student's level has been established, it is my goal as an instructor to help a student discover their true voice through the usage of the bel canto technique of singing. This technique is the most efficient form for the voice and body and allows the singer to develop their full potential. Once a proper technique has been established, the student may branch out to any genre that is desired, feeling secure in their ability to sing an abundance of repertoire without fear.

Teaching Styles: I hope to make each lesson for each student an exciting period of learning and exploration. My technique is based on operatic Italian singing, but this technique can be taken to any genre that the student wishes to explore. It is my goal as an instructor to provide my students with the technique to sing any type of repertoire with confidence and joy. I approach singing and teaching as an exploration of what a voice can do, not as a way to force any certain kind of sound. Therefore, I also strive to create an atmosphere that is conducive to experimentation and curiosity.

Ronn B

Ronn B

Instruments: Voice

Teaching Methods: For younger students, I always want to make sure our lessons stay fun, while encouraging growth at the same time, so I usually let them pick a song they like, and then I assign another to assist with their musical development. For older students and adults, we really dive into technique and vocal health, with a strong emphasis on technicalities like breath support and placement, and then use that foundation to branch out into multiple genres. Italian arias, classic musical theatre, contemporary rock - all are valid forms of musical expression and I believe singers should be equipped with the tools to tackle each genre with competence and flair.

Teaching Styles: I always start with a strong Classical Foundation, and also specialize in Musical Theatre and Contemporary Styles. Some students love classical music, and we work on Italian arias...while others love 80s Metal Bands, and we work on healthy ways to approach contemporary music. For Musical Theatre, I make sure my students have a wide range of genres at the ready, so they are equally prepared to audition for both My Fair Lady or Hamilton. I value technique, and students learning technique in their own bodies, so they're able to excel on their own after our work together.

KayLynn S

KayLynn S

Instruments: Piano, Voice, Harp

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Charles J

Charles J

Instruments: Piano, Voice, Trumpet

Music is a language! I teach music in a similar manner as we learn to speak.  We learn to speak through trial and error having no wrong words and music should be taught in a similar fashion, where there are no wrong notes. We learn our speaking style, manner and/or accents by what we hear and this concept also applies to music; therefore listening is a crucial part for advancement and the pleasure of learning.   Each person being an individual needs a base method along with tailored supplemental material. During a lesson I look for one or maybe two things that I can offer the student to improve upon, because when one feels overwhelmed one tends to avoid and music is definitely not something to be avoided.   

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