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Popular Opera Voice Teachers Near Magnolia

Laura R.

Houston, TX
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Octavio M.

Houston, TX
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Bryan M.

Tomball, TX
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Laura R. Houston, TX

Subjects Taught

Opera Voice, Piano, Singing

About Me

I am a mezzo soprano with a bachelor and masters of music degree in vocal performance from the University of Houston. I am pursuing a career in opera while teaching private voice and piano lessons,
During my voice lessons I like to focus on developing the student's voice through a classical approach. By forming a strong foundation in healthy singing the student will be able to sing in various genres without strain to his/her voice.
In my piano lessons I use the series of method books, Piano Adventures, developed by Nancy and Randall Faber. Through these instructions the student will learn to read music as well as establish a proficiency for playing the piano.

*** Lesson Details ***
If you take lessons from me we will have fun while working hard. I develop my lessons around what I feel the student needs on that particular day.
In a voice lesson we might spend the entire time on technique exercises to strengthen the voice. We might also work on several songs with an emphasis on interpretation.
In regards my piano lessons, I generally stick to the curriculum, but will take the time to focus on the individual needs of the student.
I expect my students to practice at least 30 minutes a day for 5 days a week. Everyone learns at a different rate, but if the student practices regularly, he/she will see progress within a few months.

*** Studio Equipment ***
I have an upright piano in my studio as well as several music books. I expect my students to bring their music as well as their assignment book to every lesson.

*** Specialties ***
I specialize in a classical technique when it comes to teaching voice. I focus on proper breath support and a relaxed open larynx to produce a free, beautiful sound. I believe a classical foundation can be applied to any musical genre, with the result that you are singing in a healthy manner that will not damage your vocal chords, thus allowing for a longer singing career.

Octavio M. Houston, TX

Subjects Taught

Guitar, Opera Voice, Piano, Singing

About Me

I have been teaching voice for 5 years and my beginner students are already singing their own gigs. I have had only one advanced student in singing and in 2010 he got the zarzuela prize in the most prestigious opera competition in the world "Placido Domingo┬┤s Operalia). I can teach in Spanish, English and Italian. and for voice I specialize in opera and mariachi music. In guitar as well as in Piano I only teach beginners.

*** Lesson Details ***
For voice I only take students from 15 years old and on. This is only because the children's voice is very delicate and I think it requires a teacher who specializes in children for it is a big responsibility. Once the puberty voice change is gone: this is my field of expertise. with great discipline and a huge desire of success, a student could be singing in less than 6 months in a proper, healthy and beautiful way.

For guitar and for Piano, since it is for beginners, is very simple and fast, and as well as singing, if you do your homework, then the achievements will come faster than you think!!!

*** Travel Equipment ***
I need from students to provide a piano or a keyboard for voice Lessons and for Piano lessons. I would provide the music to be copied, or they can buy their own music. For guitar they have to have a classical guitar and I would bring mine so that we both can use a guitar.

*** Specialties ***
I specialize in opera (for voice), but it is adaptable to any kind of singing. In guitar and Piano is only for beginners.

ATTENTION: I DO NOT TAKE CHILDREN FOR VOICE LESSONS!!!

Bryan M. Tomball, TX

Subjects Taught

Acting, Broadway Singing, Film Acting, Film and TV Acting, Jazz Voice, Musical Theater, Music Performance, Music Recording, Music Theory, Opera Voice, Singing, Speaking Voice, Spoken Word, Stage Performance, Vocal Training, Voice Acting

About Me

Baritone, Bryan holds a bachelor of music in classical voice from the Manhattan School of Music and a Master of Arts degree from New York University with a concentration in vocal jazz and studio music.

At 15 he was given his first Frank Sinatra record, which he would listen to for hours, studying the nuances and phrasing. In the fall of 1995, Bryan entered the Manhattan School of Music in NYC, where he majored in classical voice. During his freshman year, Bryan performed several times on New York’s restaurant row, including Don’t Tell Mamas and Danny’s Skylight Room, where he thrilled audiences with his own style and voice accompanied by his newly formed jazz trio.

In the summer of 1997, Bryan accepted an offer from the Glenn Miller Orchestra to begin touring. The tour took him all over the US, Canada, the Hawaiian Islands and Japan. He returned to the Manhattan School of Music to finish his undergraduate degree in 2000, but he remained in New York City to complete his Master’s degree from New York University in jazz and contemporary music. Then, in 2002, Bryan joined the off-Broadway cast of “Our Sinatra,” a production about the musical legacy of the late Frank Sinatra—the show ran an unprecedented two and a half years.

In addition to touring the world with his jazz trio, Bryan has had the pleasure of working with The Glenn Miller Orchestra, The New Gene Krupa Orchestra, The Tommy Dorsey Orchestra, and The Nelson Riddle Orchestra.

“Bryan is a first rate singer of the songs of the American Popular Songbook. Great voices are abundant out there and he is one of them,
but what sets him apart is his musicality and ability to communicate. He has done many performances of my production Our Sinatra and he falls into that elite group of the very few young singers who really understand this music.”

-Jack Lewin
Producer “Our Sinatra”

“Bryan Anthony evokes memories of the young Sinatra without trying to pass himself off as a reincarnation.”

-Francis Davis
The Village Voice

Bryan's second record "Songs For Dreamer's", which includes many songs of the “Great American Songbook,” is available for download on itunes and rhapsody. His new record, “A Night Like This,” recorded with the Gary Norian trio, includes several original songs as well as re-imagined standards and was released in July of 2011 by Mercator Media. This record is also available for download on itunes.

In the studio, the focus is on arming his students with the tools and skills necessary to enjoy their musical journeys more fully. This task is undertaken by strengthening and building a healthy technique while concurrently cultivating a strong sense of artistry, creativity and respect for the process of preparing and performing vocal music.

*** Lesson Details ***
Bryan will tailor his lessons to the goals of his individual students. He will focus on the technical aspects of building a healthy and sustainable way of singing that will be able to be used for any genre of music. Bryan specializes in jazz and the songs of "The Great American Songbook" which encompass the likes of the Gershwins, Cole Porter, Irving Berlin, Sammy Cahn, Jule Styne, Steven Sondheim, etc. "I will help the students find repertoire that will fit their own personality so they will be able to really get inside of the songs they sing. I will teach the art of performance practice for each song that we choose to work on. " My approach to building a students repertoire is quality not quantity.

Bryan feels it is important to get out of the lessons what each individual student wants. So, he doesn’t have a set curriculum. Instead, he tailors each lesson to the individual student. Bryan is a very patient teacher and presents material in an easily digestible manner, so that you will progress at your own pace. Bryan loves working with beginners and getting them off to a good start, as much as he enjoys taking advanced students to the next level.

Among the aspects that set Bryan apart from other teachers is his extensive knowledge about the history of music, especially the songs of the "Great American Songbook, technical aspects of singing and music theory. He is able to relate whatever you are doing to the core fundamentals of healthy singing and music in general. He feels it is essential to understand what you are singing and why you are singing it.

*** Studio Equipment ***
Home studio is the front room of the house w an upright piano and couch, doors can close to be private, music books, and seating for parents. Street parking is available.

*** Travel Equipment ***
I can provide study materials and vocal exercise accompaniment

*** Specialties ***
I have extensive knowledge in vocal jazz, american songbook, and classical repertoire. I also have knowledge of music theory and spoken word for theater or public speaking. I have studied linguistics as part of my college courses.

Steve A.

Houston, TX
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Loretta S.

Houston, TX
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Jose A.

Cypress, TX
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Steve A. Houston, TX

Subjects Taught

Broadway Singing, Music Performance, Music Theory, Opera Voice, Piano, Singing, Speaking Voice

About Me

I am certified in Music Education by the State Board for Educator Certification and have 35 years experience working in individualized education. I am currently accepting a small number of students for piano, ear-training, sight-reading, and/or music theory lessons. We will discuss what you need and develop an individual plan for you based on your goals. I accept students from age 15 through adult.

Classical piano training for beginning, intermediate, or advanced students.
Ear training, including relative pitch, interval recognition, and sigh-treading.
Music theory training from beginning music reading through four-part harmonic dictation.
Preparation for music theory exams, including AP courses and the AP exam.

Upon request I can provide references from students who have found my approach to be greatly beneficial to them. I look forward to working with you.

*** Lesson Details ***
Lessons are held either in my home studio in the Montrose neighborhood of Houston or via Skype. Each lesson lasts approximately 50 minutes, depending upon when we reach a good stopping point.

My only requirement is that you have access to a piano or electronic keyboard on a daily basis in order that you may practice. I require three hours' advance notice of cancellation in order for you to avoid having to pay for a missed lesson.

*** Studio Equipment ***
Kawai upright studio piano

*** Specialties ***
Kodaly Concept
Adult beginner/intermediate students
Technique exercises and development
Musicianship, including period-appropriate interpretation and expression
Music theory

Loretta S. Houston, TX

Subjects Taught

Broadway Singing, Opera Voice, Piano, Singing

About Me

I have 6 years of private music teaching experience. I have been singing and playing the piano for over 15 years, and I have both a Bachelor and Master of Music degree.

*** Studio Equipment ***
piano in-home in living room w/ seating for parents

*** Travel Equipment ***
I will bring music books if necessary, but there needs to be either a keyboard or piano in the home.

*** Specialties ***
Classical, Opera, Musical Theater

Jose A. Cypress, TX

Subjects Taught

Opera Voice, Singing

About Me

With a bachelors degree from Sam Houston, 3 years of teaching experience and currently still performing in the Houston area my students will benefit from a wide variety of creative teaching styles that will engage your visual, aural and kinesthetic needs.

*** Lesson Details ***
I will give each of my students exercises and practice material and I expect them to follow a practice log if they want to get the most bang for their buck

*** Studio Equipment ***
good old piano and singing material

*** Specialties ***
teaching voice to teenagers and adults

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