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As a choral and solo singer, instrumentalist, conductor, private instructor, worship music leader, parent/child class instructor, classroom music teacher, vocal coach for auditions and performances, instructor of adult learners, I have many experiences to draw from when I teach. My early childhood training has given me insight into how children learn music, which can be applied to all music students of all ages and stages. My years of singing in many different groups and many different styles, gives me the ability to guide students with practical instruction that works for each individual voice. Growing up in a musical family, I sang in choir at church, took up guitar, recorder and later the flute. I sang church, folk and pop music, took dance lessons for many years and listen to ...
Emphasis on what makes a performance with effort to show a good performance with proper technique and etiquette.
Music is my life, and is something that I want to share with others! Because of that, I try my best to give positive experiences to all of my students. I have a byline that says "Music is Much More than Just Learning Notes." I believe that! Anyone can learn notes, fingerings, etc. What I try to do is add that "soul" element that each person has and cultivate that into meaningful music! So, with all that said, here's what I try to instill: A lesson is a place to share! I listen to students as well as teach. We all have something we can learn from each other! While I want lessons to be fun and informative, I strive for complete understanding, which means any student will gain the needed mechanics with complete knowledge of why things happen and what they do to ...
Anytime time I give a student a solo to work on, I always take the approach as if they are going to perform it. Even they are not, I still like to take this approach so that when they are preparing for a performance, they know what to do.
Alex was born May 31, 1987. Since both of his parents were band directors, he grew up in a very musically inclined family. When he was 15 years old, during his freshman year of high school, he started studying percussion. A year later he began studying under Chad Kohler and continued to do so until 2009. During spring semester of 2009 he studied briefly under Richard Walker at Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI). In the fall of that year he then transferred to Butler University for an academic year and studied under Craig Hetrick and Jon Crabiel. Beginning in 2011 Alex began studying attending University of Indianapolis and is currently studying under Paul Berns as well as Art Reiner. In addition to studying with them he has also went back to continue to study ...
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Hi there! Thanks for checking out my profile! I'm currently a doctoral student majoring in clarinet performance at Ball State University. I am also pursuing a secondary in music theory. I have been teaching for 7 years and have taught students of all ages and levels. I've also held adjunct faculty positions at local universities. I LOVE music, teaching and performing! I'm passionate about meeting student needs and tailor lessons to each student's personal goals and experience level. Lessons are the best way to create good practice habits and help students achieve their full potential. Let's get started on the journey of becoming the best clarinetist you can be!
From the amateur and recreational singer to the professional vocalist, my teaching is designed to help singers develop a sustainable vocal technique that is grounded in solid scientific knowledge as it pertains to the anatomy and physiology of the breathing and phonatory mechanisms, as well as the acoustical laws of the singing voice. With all students, I strive to offer an environment of excellence in which the healthiest development of the vocal artist can be achieved. I see that each student be nurtured as an individual and patiently given the opportunity to attain a firm understanding of vocal pedagogy, lyric diction, song literature, performance practices, stage deportment, and all other aspects that help develop an expressive and sensitive artist. More importantly, I aim to provide all of my students with information that will help them teach themselves.
The nature of the human voice is affected by every aspect of who we are—our physical, emotional, ...
Dr. Jess M. is a dedicated and gifted teacher who has enthusiastically worked with a vast array of students- from young beginning singers to celebrity clients performing in music theatre, opera, and other varied areas of contemporary and classical commercial music. Maintaining a busy teaching studio in New York City and Indianapolis, his students have appeared in the Broadway and National companies of many shows including, Annie, A Chorus Line, Chicago, Oklahoma, On The Town, Gypsy, Thoroughly Modern Millie, White Christmas, and on major recording labels including Sony, RCA, Atlantic, and Time Life. Dr. M. currently serves as Associate Professor of Voice at Indiana Wesleyan University and on the faculty of the Summer Opera Institute at the University of Central Florida. He has ...
Musical performance instruction focuses on techniques for maximizing stage performance and taking artistry to the next level. Artisans will learn a variety of skills ranging from monologues, improvisation, dance, vocal performance, microphone technique and communication with band and stage personnel.
I am an ERYT200 Yoga Instructor, A.A.S. Vocal Performance. I am also a working singer/songwriter and recording artist. I have spent the past ten plus years teaching ages three to seventy-five and am comfortable with all demographics and ages. I have spent the past ten years immersed in very different communities and demographics nationwide.
"Steven is very professional and extremely helpful. He always has a smile on and is serious about helping you phrase the music. I would highly recommend him to anyone."
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"My daughter's wedding was weeks away and I had never been able to dance a step. With Jenny's help, I came further than ever before in such short time in any subject."