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Featured Voice Teachers In Plymouth County

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

Gina B

Instruments: Guitar, Voice, Drums

In order to help my students grow and flourish to their fullest potential, I make individualized lesson plans for their personal goals, abilities, and music preferences. No matter what level of student I am teaching, I always make sure that we are working on pieces that helps them continue to develop their technique, fundamental music skills, and artistry. I always want to keep my students moving forward and getting out of their comfort zone. But I also make sure that we work on music that the student loves to keep them motivated.

Narges A

Narges A

Instruments: Piano, Voice, Flute

Piano Lessons: For a k-8 beginner I start with the Hal Leonard piano books: Technique, Piano Lesson and Performance books, in addition to the Scale book. I teach a European hand technique which is taught in the Hal Leonard books as well. In my teaching style, a correct hand technique is very important and I put a great emphasis in it. And I expect my students to take it serious. I also apply Alexander technique in my teaching, when necessary, for hand or neck tension.  For adult beginners I start with the Bastien book series. Depending on the level of my students, I choose some pieces of the “ A First Book of Classical Music” or an original score from a specific composer. If the student has a favorite song, I will work on that piece as well. Voice Lessons: I teach musical theatre, pop and classical repertoire. My voice students age from 5 years old to 50 years old. I teach based upon the favorite genre of my students. For example I teach simple Disney songs to my younger kids, musical theatre and pop songs to my teenage students and classical repertoire to the students who are interested in learning the classical repertoire. The voice techniques that I teach are the standard techniques being taught in the US. In my teaching philosophy, singing should be easy, correct, without throat tension. I also work on the characterization of the piece, which is an important element of joy in singing. For children under 5, I teach toddler group music lessons and I work on some toddler tunes with them. Flute Lessons: I teach the recorder and the flute. The first few sessions of learning the flute will be spent on getting familiar with the instrument, how to hold the flute, fingerings and how to blow air in the flute. Therefore a beginner student must have the patient to learn this instrument. Correct hand gesture is essential in playing the flute and I won’t let my students play the flute with a wrong hand gesture, because it may result in muscular or nerve pains. I start teaching the flute with the Hal Leonard Play Flute Today! series. In addition to Hal Leonard series, I teach some finger techniques from the Marcel Moyse technique books. There are varieties of flute scores and if a student is interested in a specific song, I would work on that song. As the student improves and goes to a higher level of musicianship, I will work on original scores of different composers. 

Elif C

Elif C

Instruments: Piano, Voice, Saxophone, Oboe, English Horn, Keyboard

I do not have a typical teaching method since every individual is different and absorbs differently. I usually meet my students, learners and talk to them to be able to understand their needs and the most importantly their interests. It is important for me to keep their love and enthusiasm for music. Communicating with my students and learners is the most important part of my lesson plan. For younger children, I really like Montessori's teaching technique and its way to approach children. It is based on trusting, engaging and nurturing environment and self-learning.

Kion S

Kion S

Instruments: Voice

I started teaching private lessons at the age of 20 i am now 36 years old. I enjoy traveling to homes to teach where most clients feel comfortable . also its help me to help my students create the perfect performance practice space within the home. I can make anyone sound like a star with a little patient time and work we can make this happen Combination of Classical and R&B very easy techniques

Yeghishe M

Yeghishe M

Instruments: Piano, Voice

I have been maintaining a private teaching studio in Boston and have taught master classes at [Longy schools, Boston University, Other, etc.]  voice teacher   Brooks School, Harvard University.

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