Voice Lessons Union County, NJ

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Our music lesson students will have the opportunity to take lessons from the comfort of their own home or in one of the teachers studios. Careful attention is placed on each student to ensure a custom lesson plan. Our music teachers understand that every student has different needs and abilities and therefore the lessons will be planned with that knowledge in mind.

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Featured Voice Teachers In Union County

Here are just a few of the many teachers offering voice lessons in Union. 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!
Joshua D

Joshua D

Instruments: Voice

Teaching Methods: My approach to lessons differs significantly from student to student. After initial skills and vocal health assessments, I choose repertoire for them bases upon their abillities, age, and musical interests. While I think that vocalises and technical exercises are important to the learning process, I believe it is essential for students to be singing music that they are passionate about at all times. In this way, they can learn to love the process of improving. I supplement lessons with vocalises, either taught to me through previous teachers or from books by pedagogues such as Vaccai, Siebel, Marchesi, etc., as I see necessary.

Teaching Styles:  My goal as a teacher is to show students the joys of singing, while instructing them how to be technically proficient and vocally healthy. Through the process, I encourage singers to appreciate what their strengths are and to recognize their weaknesses as challenges. I like to focus on one technical issue at a time, building upon the current strengths without overwhelming the singers. In this way, they can learn to love the process of improving. In essence, I drive my students to improve and set attainable goals so that they can approach singing in a smart, healthy, and happy way.

Ildiko R

Ildiko R

Instruments: Voice

Teaching Methods:  Though I learned a lot from great, international professors and musicians, now I use my own method in teaching. I use different tools and I make my students use their imaginations. I believe in high-level classical training.

Teaching Styles: At the beginning of taking voice lessons almost everyone is nervous a bit or a lot. I try to release the tension. I like to surprise my students with funny exercises but at the same time I am a very serious observer to follow what happens in the student's voice. The human voice is a miracle. Everyone's voice is different from the others just like the fingerprint. Your voice shows your mood, your health, your physical conditions and your emotions. Dare to show all of them to me...

Jessica W

Jessica W

Instruments: Piano, Voice, Clarinet

Teaching Methods: My teaching philosophy revolves around two main concepts: teaching healthy vocal technique and addressing the particular needs and desires of each individual student. With every new student that I take on, I like to start with the basics and build a foundation of healthy technique.  I then make a point to consider the student’s interests and goals with regards to singing and incorporate them into our lesson plans. I have all my students try classical, musical theatre, and contemporary music in some form, but the focus of each student’s lessons will be different depending on what they enjoy and what they want to pursue.  I have taught everything from Handel to Justin Bieber!

Teaching Styles: I like to create a relaxed, safe atmosphere for my students where it's okay to try new things and make mistakes. Mistakes are a natural part of learning. I encourage my students to succeed at their own pace and in a way that highlights their own unique gifts and personalities. I like to challenge my students in fresh new ways all the time!  We will try various warm ups, techniques, musical ideas, genres, and more. I will set realistic goals for my students, and we both enjoy when the goals are reached!  

Halley P

Halley P

Instruments: Piano, Voice

I like to create a friendly and supportive atmosphere in my lessons. I make sure to acknowledge students' accomplishments, no matter how small, so that they maintain motivation to progress even further. Every student is different, and I try my best to adapt my approach in order for each of them to reach their potential. If a student leaves the lesson feeling confident in their abilities and passionate about their craft, then I have done my job!   

Lisa H

Lisa H

Instruments: Voice

Every student is different, especially when it comes to vocal training, so I tailor my lesson plans according to each individual student's ability and needs. I begin with the basics of breath control and work to help each student find their natural voice. I use different vocal exercises to help improve tone and range and then incorporate what we've learned from those exercises into singing songs. We'll work on musicianship and the acting of your songs and strive toward a polished and engaged performance. 

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