Voice Lessons Passaic County, NJ

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Featured Voice Teachers In Passaic County

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

Monica G

Instruments: Piano, Voice, Flute

I use the "Little Mozarts" series with 4-7 year-old piano students, and prefer the "Bastien" method for the older kids. I intersperse the lessons with theory and listening exercises, and interpolate movement and outside songs to keep the lessons as fun as possible. In the singing lessons, I start with the fundamentals of breathing and resonance, but we start singing songs and duets right away. Usually, I choose one song, and the student chooses another one to work on. 

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.    

Mike M

Mike M

Instruments: Guitar, Voice

I have taught off and on for 12 years as a Guitar and Voice instructor while also pursuing my own musical endeavors. I have learned and have been mentored by some of the best teachers i could have ever asked for , which keeps my love for music alive every day! I know how if a student isn't having fun and can't talk to me freely i am not doing my job properly. I strive to bring out the greatness in my students with a loose no pressure approach. I play cover songs of all genres and can learn any new songs within minutes for my students.  

Marjorie L

Marjorie L

Instruments: Piano, Voice, Saxophone, Clarinet, Recorder

Incidentally, I started teaching when I was still learning myself; in grade-school, on the recorder. I learned early on that my ability to play by memory and through ear afforded me a stark intuitive advantage over peers my own age; naturally, they came to me during our shared lessons to inquire about my talent. While neither of my abilities was necessarily a teachable factor, they did endow me with the ability to "know" my music - through a bit of compositional translation, I was able to share tidbits of knowledge among my colleagues. Namely, sheet-music for favourite songs, tunes, and melodies which they could then read and master visually what I had picked up audibly. Seeing the joy on my classmates' faces was always a pleasure of mine, so I indulged in it wherever possible, eventually taking it to the internet and indulging learners across borders, and from there, my lessons have evolved from mere musical distribution to regular and consistent technical tutoring.

Mark W

Mark W

Instruments: Voice

Mark  is a DMA student at University of Maryland – College Park, where he is a member of the Maryland Opera Studio. Last year, Mark was a teaching assistant with duties including teaching classes like Vocal Literature and French Diction and giving private lessons to voice minors and secondary students. Before moving to Maryland, Mr. Wanich was a voice instructor at the Cleveland Institute of Music, where he gave lessons to music majors at Case Western Reserve University. He received his Master of Arts degree at Middle Tennessee State University, where he had Voice and Opera teaching assistantships, and his Bachelor of Music degree from Georgia Southern University. Mark has a decade of experience teaching private lessons to a wide range of ages, from 13 to 72. 

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