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Popular Opera Voice Teachers Near Mt Baldy

Milton J.

Corona, CA
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Jessie M.

Yucaipa, CA
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Alex T.

Corona, CA
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Milton J. Corona, CA

Subjects Taught

Acting, Broadway Singing, Classical Guitar, Film Acting, Guitar, Improv Acting, Method Acting, Music Performance, Music Recording, Music Theory, Opera Voice, Piano, Shakespearean Acting, Singing, Songwriting, Speaking Voice, Theater Acting

About Me

Music is the means to create a portal into our souls, so that we may see each other for who and what we are, not merely as what we do. I want to help foster those young, middle-aged, and not-as-young how to tap into their own soul portals through music so that they may find others' as well. I believe that in order to entertain others with your voice or your instrument playing, one must first be able to entertain oneself - all the while having fun doing it! As a recent graduate of the University of California, Davis with a double major in Music History & Ethnomusicology and African-American & African Studies; a former co-host of the popular hip-hop radio show ATF Radio: All Things Fresh on KDVS 90.3 FM; a former Music Director of The Afterglow of UC Davis; and a current Vocal Music Performance graduate student at the University of Redlands, I have come in contact and learned from a vast amount of different musicians and professionals. A classically-trained bass-baritone with roots in R&B, Soul, Rock, Pop, and Jazz, I have aspirations to help each and every student realize their full musical potential.

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My teaching style is very friendly, inviting, and audience-driven. In the beginning, I strive to refer to my presence in the lessons as a fly-on-the-wall, so to speak, in order for my students to get out of their own way and sing as if no one's watching. From there, I apply the audience aspect - singing not only for enjoyment, but for entertainment for yourself and for others as well. If one is able to build that frame of mind in their lessons, their actual performances will not be too far from what they've already dealt with before.

I provide teaching and repertoire books, as well as instrumentation for myself (i.e. guitar, misc. tools for specific lessons). I expect my students to provide a piano (or keyboard equivalent), pitch pipe, and instrument if applicable (i.e. guitar), and, of course, themselves!

*** Studio Equipment ***
Vocal Room with Piano; Keyboard, Classical Guitar, Electric Guitar with Amp (for in-home lessons)

*** Travel Equipment ***
I can provide teaching and repertoire books, as well as instrumentation for myself (i.e. guitar, misc. tools for specific lessons). I expect students to provide a piano (or keyboard equivalent), pitch pipe, and instrument if applicable (i.e. guitar).

*** Specialties ***
I utilize the Kodaly method for vocal performance, starting at the basic level of tonal scales (major, minor, harmonic, melodic, etc.) and Solfege application to serve as a foundational base; rhythm syllables such as "ta" and "doo". Additionally, foundational breath control is applied, as it is very important for the singer to learn how to control their breath and support their sound. From there, repertoire mimicry is applied, or what I call "phrase building," as it is important for any singer to be able to effectively create vocal phrases.

I utilize guitar repertory books such as Mel Bay's Children's Guitar Chord Book and Modern Classical Guitar Method books for guitar pedagogy. These allow the student to learn chords, picking and fingering techniques in a academic lesson while also learning performance techniques with an one-on-one instructor.

For piano, I use the publication A New Approach to Keyboard Harmony to learn chord progressions, sequences, modulations, realization of both figured and un-figured basses, improvisation, and score reading. Learning these techniques will help transition students seamlessly to various styles and genres that incorporate the piano, helping you learn and love the piano without frustrating stoppages that often lead us away from lesson continuity.

I specialize in Classical, R&B, Soul, Pop, Rock, Jazz and Opera styles.

Jessie M. Yucaipa, CA

Subjects Taught

Acting, Algebra, Algebra 1, Algebra 2, Audition Prep, Basic Math, Broadway Singing, Child Acting, Choir, Christian Gospel, Classical Voice, Country Singing, Ear Training, Elementary Math, English, Film Acting, Film and TV Acting, Geometry, Gospel Singing, History, Improv Acting, Jazz Voice, Language, Math, Meisner Technique, Method Acting, Musical Theater, Music Performance, Music Theory, Opera Voice, Pre Algebra, Reading, Shakespearean Acting, Singing, Speaking Voice, Stage Performance, Theater Acting, Vocal Training, Voice Acting

About Me

I fully enjoy teaching music and theater to others and spreading the art of performance, reaching out to all generations. I believe in customizing every lesson to be unique for my students in a way that will serve their individual needs. I teach with patience and encouragement and believe that students prosper and improve much more from a positive experience. My lessons are intended to be fun and influential in a positive light that can lead to a rewarding career, hobby, or just for personal enjoyment!

Every since I was a little girl, I have been devoted to the arts. When I began college, I knew that music was my path. As a music major I developed a deeper understanding of music theory, piano, voice, and theater. I received my A.A. in Music at College of the Desert and my Bachelor of Music degree at the University of Redlands- which I attended on a music scholarship. I have played leading roles in several operas and musicals in Southern California, including Gianni Schicchi, Die Fledermaus, La Boheme (DTL nominee), The Impresario, The Grand Duke, Patience (DTL award), Cosi fan tutte, Little Women the Musical, Seussical the Musical, and many more. I have also appeared in several concerts, opera scenes, competitions (winning music scholarships and theater awards), and worked as a singer at churches, restaurants, and in pop bands. I continue to perform and study music because performing is a part of who I am and I could never live without it.

With this experience under my belt, I feel a desire to pass on my knowledge to students. I carry a strong passion to help people develop their abilities and make them their own. I truly believe that if someone wants something out of life then they WILL achieve it with dedication, perseverance, confidence, and by having FUN doing it!

*** Lesson Details ***
I begin each voice and acting lesson with a warm-up to prepare the student for their lesson. Next, we do a series of exercises specially designed to help each individual develop their skill in a way that best fits them. We then work on a piece of their choice for the remainder of the lesson, perfecting their technique and helping them become performance ready. I teach with patience and fun because I feel that this is the key to achieving goals and inspiring a good habit of practice.

If you do not already have a song, sheet music, or monologue (acting students) to bring in I can help you choose one during your first lesson. I also require that my students keep a practice journal to record their daily practice sessions. If possible, please bring a recording device of some sort so you can record your lessons. It is a HUGE help to be able to listen back on your lessons and to use them in your daily practice! No experience is necessary, that is what I'm here for!

*** Studio Equipment ***
Music office w/ keyboard and seating for parents

*** Travel Equipment ***
I could bring my keyboard if necessary.

*** Specialties ***
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Alex T. Corona, CA

Subjects Taught

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

About Me

I was trained abroad & performed to a variety of audiences of different cultures. My experiences helped me understand music as a passion & as a genre. It inspired me to share those skills & experiences to young students, musicians, actors and music enthusiasts to professional artists. Some of my students have joined competitions & talent shows, performing on tours as a professional, performed in front of family gatherings and in the shower! If you are preparing for a performance, an audition or you just want to learn music and have fun, then I may be able to help you...

*** Lesson Details ***
The most important lesson is to enjoy and have fun, whether you are learning to play "Chopsticks" on the piano or belting out a broadway song. I am a product oriented person, I use techniques and drills to achieve your goals. In 3 to 6 months you should already be seeing improvements that will make you skilled and eager to learn more until your mom and dad is so happy you can now play the piano or your boyfriend is so in love with you and your sweet voice...

*** Studio Equipment ***
Living room with an upright piano and seating for parents or companions

*** Travel Equipment ***
I have a portable Yamaha keyboard (88 keys). If the student has no available piano or keyboard at home, I will bring mine.

*** Specialties ***
Pop Music, Broadway, Classical, Rock, Jazz, Gospel, Contemporary to World Music

Barry J.

Yucaipa, CA
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Matthew Z.

Lake Arrowhead, CA
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Matthew B.

Yucaipa, CA
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Barry J. Yucaipa, CA

Subjects Taught

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

About Me

With many years of experience in both piano and vocal performance in Los Angeles and in England and my teaching in the Inland Empire, my students experience a rich and rewarding time of learning.

I received my formal education in piano performance from the Royal Academy Of Music in London and in Rhodesia. I also attended the Kwanagoma College Of music in Rhodesia and studied organ under the famous Dr. Olaff Axelson of Germany.

I also attended the University Of Redlands where I studied piano pedagogy.

I studied voice with Suzann Luckather of the Alhambra Academy Of Music in Los Angeles and also with Maestra Marya Basaraba, director of the California Philharmonic 200 voice chorus.

I further studied with the international vocal coach and concert pianist, Armin Gazulamian.

My current vocal coach is the world famous tenor, Guiltiero Negrini of the Metropolitan Opera House New York.

*** Lesson Details ***
I am easy to get along with and am a very patient teacher. I expect all my students to do music theory and technique. If a student has a natural ability to play by ear I help them develop their talent. I also teach improvisation to those students who have the natural ability to play by ear.

I use several different curriculum but prefer Piano Adventures.
My lesson plan includes the following books- piano, theory, technique, performance and some selected sheet music. After a three to six month period, most students are confident enough to play in a performance and are able to read notes and have an understanding of the keyboard.

Voice lessons include breath control, vocalizing, stretching your voice range to its maximum and singing songs from Broadway to Disney to Classical.

All students are encouraged to participate in two recitals a year. One in the Spring and one in December.

*** Studio Equipment ***
Private studio with a grand piano, metronome, music stand and chairs and mirrors with a sitting area for parents

*** Travel Equipment ***
Piano or Keyboard

*** Specialties ***
I teach most piano methods available such as Alfred, John Thompson, Piano Adventures, Bastien, etc.

I teach mostly classical and opera, also Broadway and popular in both piano and voice.

Matthew Z. Lake Arrowhead, CA

Subjects Taught

Acting, Algebra, Arithmetic, Banjo, Basic Math, Bass Guitar, Broadway Singing, Classical Guitar, Elementary Math, English, Flamenco Guitar, French, Guitar, History, Improv Acting, Mandolin, Math, Music Performance, Music Recording, Music Theory, Opera Voice, Percussion, Piano, Pre Algebra, Reading, Shakespearean Acting, Singing, Songwriting, Spanish, Theater Acting, Ukulele

About Me

I am primarily a composer, guitarist, tenor, pianist and percussionist and I love sharing what I have learned with others and watching my students develop and grow. My goal is to teach my students until they are better than me, so I hold no secrets, tricks or techniques back and I devote my time and energy to help others become the best musicians, artists and people they can be.I have a BA in music composition and a BA in music history, both from California State University, San Bernardino. I play the guitar, bass, piano, drums, orchestral percussion, mandolin, ukulele, banjo, recorder, harmonica and didgeridoo with varying levels of proficiency and have experience in music theory, songwriting, recording, MIDI, arranging, singing (contemporary, broadway and opera), and acting/performing. I have performed in The United States, Austria, Spain, Australia and New Zealand and have 13 years of experience, development, mistakes and successes to offer my students. I love learning new things and have been teaching as a profession since 2007. I am also First Aid & CPR certified, Live Scan fingerprinted, FBI background checked, Safe Environment trained and a Child Abuse Mandated Reporter. 

*** Lesson Details ***
I do not use a set curriculum. I prefer to discuss goals and music with my students and their parents to determine what genres, styles and techniques they are most interested in. I then use techniques I have gained through experience along with songs and classical exercises to develop strong technique, a developed ear and the ability to read music. I do expect students to be disciplined, practice regularly, and be prepared for lessons, enabling them to expect the same from me. Whether a student wants to be a classical virtuosi or learn how to play a song they heard on the radio, I will keep the lessons fun and interesting for anyone willing to practice and learn, and I will always to my best to cater to the student's individual needs and goals.

*** Studio Equipment ***
I provide all copies of music, handouts, exercises, etc. Students are expected (when applicable) to have an instrument in good, working condition.

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*** Specialties ***
I form all of my lessons around being able to learn, memorize and play songs, read written musical notation (along with sight-reading & technical exercises), and improvisation (based on scales and exercises).

For guitar and it's relatives (bass, mandolin, ukulele, banjo) I can teach any style or genre of music, including modern tapping techniques, and I also teach TAB notation.

I teach both classical and popular piano, usually combining classical sight reading exercises while learning both classical and popular repertoire.

I have experience acting and singing on stage in both non-musical and musical productions, as well as five years of classical vocal experience singing in high school and collegiate ensembles. Being in these environments has equipped me with the tools and exercises to be able to teach everything from basic singing to fundamentals in broadway and opera.

I also have a small studio in my home where I write and record, providing me with the opportunity to also teach recording, songwriting and music theory.

Matthew B. Yucaipa, CA

Subjects Taught

Acting, Basic Math, Elementary Math, English, History, Improv Acting, Language, Music Performance, Opera Voice, Phonics, Pre Algebra, Reading, SAT, Singing, Spanish, Speaking Voice, Theater Acting

About Me

Education: UCLA, Bachelor's of Arts in Linguistics and Italian

Music Experience:

1) Trained Baritone: lessons given by Tenor Daniel Suk in L.A. Opera

2) 5 years, Bass, Baritone in UCLA Chorale

3) 3 years, Bass, Baritone, Tenor in YouthPhonics A Cappella: a community service based a cappella group which mentored students at a local L.A. high school in singing, a cappella, music theory, and college application/admittance/life.

4) Singer, Season 1 finale of 90210: A Party Can Ruin Your Whole Summer

5) 1 year private voice lessons to college students, 6 in total

6) Vocal Director for "HOOLIGAN at UCLA" Spring Showcase 2013

7) Awarded "Best Singer: Male" in HOOLIGAN Theatre Company at UCLA

8) Latest Role (theatre): Bruce Ismay, Titanic the Musical, HOOLIGAN Theatre Company, UCLA

My vision for students is to not only embrace the talent that lay hidden, ready to be unleashed, but embrace who they are. Personally, music is about expression, and with that expression, needs to be an unabashed sense of confidence. I will work not only to transform my students into singers/musicians/actors, but simply into better human beings. Some say it's not over til the fat lady sings...I say it's not over until you look that fat lady in the face and take your rightful place beside her!

Academic Experience:

1) Highest level Math: Multi-variable Calculus

2) Can read, write, and speak: Italian (proficient), Spanish (intermediate)

3) Raised by an English teacher, and adept at focusing papers on thesis. Also, apt at bolstering argument/language/flow/etc.

4) Took Princeton Review SAT prep course

When it comes to academics, learning can sometimes be frustrating. That's why I contour my lessons to each individual student, so that they may learn the material, on their terms. There is nothing more satisfying than an "A HA!" moment, and that is my aim in each and every lesson.

*** Lesson Details ***
Each lesson will be different depending on what the student needs. Therefore, if a student has a song/piece selected and needs assistance in making it their own, work on riffs/runs, or performance technique, then we would warm-up, they'd show me what they have already, and from there I would work with them to manufacture the best presentation of the piece. Now, if a student is learning technique, then the lesson would revolve around acquiring those techniques through demonstration, application, and repetition.

For students learning academics, the student would need to have material prepared and ready to work on.

*** Travel Equipment ***
It would be best if piano/keyboard were readily available, however I have access to one.

*** Specialties ***
I specialize in Voice, specifically Opera. I focus on technique and style. So riffing/runs would be a part of this. My degree is in Linguistics, so speaking is a specialty of mine, and I learned music theory during my time at UCLA. Acting has always been a passion of mine, especially musical theatre.

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