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Popular Opera Voice Teachers Near Winter Springs

Marissa G.

Altamonte Springs, FL
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Stephen V.

Orlando, FL
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Alayne A.

Winter Park, FL
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Marissa G. Altamonte Springs, FL

Subjects Taught

Algebra, Arithmetic, Basic Math, Broadway Singing, Chemistry, Elementary Math, Language, Math, Music Performance, Music Theory, Opera Voice, Organ, Phonics, Piano, Pre Algebra, Pre Calculus, Reading, Science, Singing, Statistics

About Me

I received a Bachelors of Music and Business Administration at Stetson University in Deland, Florida. I accompanied my music degree with courses also in Finance, Economics, Business Law, Accounting, and Statistics. I was a scholarship student of internationally renowned pianist Michael Rickman(also a friend of her latest piano teacher). I was also a William E. Duckwitz Talent Scholar and a Stetson Piano Scholar.

As a piano soloist, I have performed on and off the Stetson campus and for special events in Central Florida, as well as in the masterclass of the late distinguished concert pianist Richard Cass. My repertoire includes works by Schumann, Schubert, Shostakovich, Debussy, Beethoven, Bach, Haydn, Mendelssohn, and Chopin. As a vocalist, my career involved taking lessons starting at the age of 6 and participating in choirs, theatre productions, and recitals. I was a member of the Stetson Chorale, who was invited to perform at the March 2010 Southern Division American Choral Directors Association (ACDA) convention in Memphis, Tennessee.
As a collaborative artist, I have appeared in recitals with vocalists and diverse instrumentalists, and served as accompanist for Spruce Creek Presbyterian Church in Port Orange, Florida for 2 years.

My musicality was acknowledged at the young age of 5 when I began taking piano lessons. It was not until I began playing for school plays, churches, and my teacher's student recitals that I realized I loved everything about music and really wanted to further my musical studies. At the age of 14, I was playing for my middle school's production of "Oklahoma". In high school, I accompanied the production "Alice in Wonderland". I have had multiple teachers and experienced a variety of teaching styles. As a student of Mrs. Nancy Shackelford during my teen years, I received three consecutive years of superior ratings from the National Guild of Piano Teachers/American College of Musicians. At 16, I was hired by Steinway & Sons to perform holiday music at the Millenia Mall in Orlando, Fl., and became a pianist at the Marriott Downtown. I have also competed in various competitions and scored highly because of my musicality.

I have been vocally trained from the ages of 6-20. I began taking private vocal lessons at age 6, and performed in many recitals. My experience ranges from broadway to classical. At Stetson University, I was a singer in the highly distinguished Stetson Chorale and Choral Union. I studied and memorized vocal work including masses from Beethoven and Mozart's "Requiem".

As a teacher, I have experience with ages 5-74. I always make my lessons interesting by throwing in surprises and working on music the student likes as well. I am able to get along with ALL personalities, and I cater the lesson to each student. I am here for the student for any advice, questions, concerns, no matter what their level of seriousness is.

I will be able to benefit the student by:
1. Developing a consistent, steady plan of action each lesson
2. Effectively addressing any student obstacles
3. Provide a comfortable, yet fun and exciting learning atmosphere for the student
4. Tailor each lesson to that student's needs
5. Provide ongoing support for future development

*** Lesson Details ***
The student can expect to have a serious, yet fun(and challenging) learning experience. Music is not always meant to be serious, it can also be exciting, challenging, and fun.
For piano beginners, I prefer to use Alfred's curriculum that is grouped into Performance, Lesson, and Music Theory collections. For more intermediate to advanced levels, I use the same but I like to throw in music from prominent composers such as Mozart, Beethoven, and Chopin, for a challenge, and to stimulate their minds. I expect the student to practice at least 30 minutes a day, twice a week for beginners, and I increase the time, of course for more experienced players. For intermediate to advanced students, I always incorporate finger exercises, scales, chords, arpeggios, etc. because those are the building blocks of music and have been proven to increase talent and skill. Beginner students who are not able to read music should expect to have more written work than actually playing until that skill develops on its own. I always encourage my students to never give up and keep practicing because skill will come with time. I am all about taking things slow and making sure the student is comfortable. One last thing I would like to mention about my piano teaching is that I use popular memorization and learning techniques that also enhance the way the student learns the music. After 3 months, depending on the level of the student, they will have learned either to be able to read music proficiently, learn fingerings, play something challenging they have not before, or begin memorizing music. After 6 months, beginner students should be able to read notes,sing while playing, count rhythms, and be more comfortable playing in general. Intermediate to advanced students will gradually build their repertoire with more challenging music, feel and interpret music accordingly, and increase finger strength and stamina with exercises. Each student will develop his/her own "touch" as well as technique.
Singers/vocalists can expect to practice their own exercises as well. The level of music I give them will continue to increase as they get older or as their voice develops. Proper breathing, posture, and vocal technique is very important to me. Beginner singers can look forward to singing modern music, theatre, or less demanding songs. Once they improve, they can expect to sing more demanding songs including parts of an opera, or Italian(arias) art songs.
Overall, students will achieve their goals by learning to memorize music, practicing consistently and efficiently, and becoming more musically literate. As far as the learning environment, it will be completely comfortable, creative, interesting, and open. Warm ups and exercises will comprise 20-30% of each lesson. I am open to all different levels and ages. I encourage students to make mistakes, because that is one way to learn. I currently have 4 years of teaching experience, and I am a recent college graduate. I am looking forward to enriching people's lives with the joy of music!

*** Studio Equipment ***
At the moment, the student must be able to provide their home and a piano. I will travel to their home for convenience. All students should posses a metronome. If not, I can provide assistance so they can easily find one. More advanced levels will need to have their own music dictionary for personal use. I can provide these during lessons, but it is the student's responsibility to have them readily available for home use. I will also assist in providing necessary books and materials for the student, but that will be their financial responsibility.

*** Specialties ***
I ensure my students have proper technique and training. This includes encouraging the practice of either Czerny or Hanon exercises as well as scales, arpeggios, chords, etc. to complement their daily practice regimen. For singers, vocal warm-ups and exercises are definitely included. I specialize in a wide range of genres including but not limited to Classical, Contemporary, R & B, and Pop.

Stephen V. Orlando, FL

Subjects Taught

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

About Me

Stephen is a Rollins College graduate with a degree in music. Stephen's love and passion for music has moved many. During his study at Rollins he has been a part of several choirs including: Rollins Chamber Singers, Rollins Concert Choir, Bach Festival Society of Winter Park and the Handel's Messiah Society. Stephen was employed as a singer for the First United Methodist Church of Winter Park, where he performed in many musicals and sang as a choir member. One of Stephen's many joyful experiences was the ability to study voice and music performance abroad in Germany. There he sang and performed in both theatrical and classical settings. At Rollins he has had the opportunity to conduct both chorus and orchestra for several years. He has also had the privilege to be a judge for the live stream event "Buscando un Adorador." (Spanish version of American Idol for worshipers) He has also been a choral/Classical DJ at WPRK 91.5 during the time of his college career. Stephen's love and passion has changed the lives of many. He never stops learning,with that said, he will never stop teaching! Many people have gifts, his job is to find your forte and maximize it to the best of your ability.

*** Lesson Details ***
In Stephen's Studio you can find yourself not only learning music and all the technicalities that come with it but also learn to love music. Stephen's students are treated the way they want to be treated, whether you are looking to learn your voice and expand to new horizons, or a beginner who just wants to understand music in general, or even those who want to choose singing as there career. He is willing to go the extra mile to see you succeed. Your success is a reflection of his teachings. Not to mention, he is an enjoyable, fun and energetic teacher.

*** Studio Equipment ***
upright piano, living room, vaulted ceilings, mirror

*** Travel Equipment ***
I would only travel if student has a keyboard or piano. Unless, if I'm teaching music theory.

*** Specialties ***
-I teach singing diction in all language in using the International Phonetics Alphabet (IPA)
I use many different vocalizing methods. I can teach intermediate music theory. Ive performed in Germany under the direction of Richard Owens. Curtis Rayam is my voice coach. Singing and performing both opera and musicals..

Alayne A. Winter Park, FL

Subjects Taught

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

About Me

I have been teaching and performing for over 35 years in my home studio in the Orlando area. I teach technique, all styles/genres, stage presence, mic technique, audition, & demo CD prep,and sight-singing, to ages 7 on up. I gear the lessons to the individual students' goals and needs. I have and have had many successful professional and talented amateur singers grow and progress within my studio. Many of them perform in nightclub venues, theme parks, and theatres in the Central Florida area. One of my former students, just opened for Lisa Loeb's concert in downtown Orlando. This same student, John, has 2 albums of his own, and several students are signed by recording labels and touring. Students are encouraged to use their talents and regularly perform in recitals, community theatre, church, school, and community choirs, contests,& talent shows.

Engel School of Music, Orlando, Fl. I taught voice lessons at this prestigious downtown music school for six years. Owner/operator, Drucilla Engel.

I graduated from Indiana University in Bloomington, IN in 1974 with a Bachelor of Music Education degree with voice as my major. I studied opera and musical theatre, performed in musicals, operas and the group, "The Singing Hoosiers",

I received a Bachelor of Vocal Performance from Indiana Universtiy in 1975. Languages: Italian, German, French, and Latin. Performed in group, ''The Belles of Indiana".

Paid church soloist for 2 years during college years and worked as a summer stock singer at Cedar Point theme park, Sandusky, Ohio in 1971 and a singer/dancer in a Cole Porter Musical Revue at King's Island, Cincinnati, Ohio in 1972.

Walt Disney World entertainer from 1976-1978. "Kids of The Kingdom", singing and dancing group of 12, performing at Castle Forecourt,and Tomorrow Land stages in the Magic Kingdom . Traveled throughout the US with conventions, and guest starred at Radio City Music Hall in NYC, with the "Rockettes", for 5 months under the direction of Peter Gennaro. Numerous recordings with "The Kids". Recorded 2 demo CD's.

Hoop-de-do Show, Fort Wilderness,Walt Disney World. Dinner show, character: Flora- singing and dancing for one season in 1978.

"Singing Snow White", Walt Disney World, seasonal show. Sang on parade float and on small balcony stage, behind the Castle Forecourt. I sang three solos from this Disney musical.

"Seesaw"-pop nightclub band of four musicians and lead vocalist, performing in Central Florida clubs. Late 1970's.

Opera Camerata Chorus in Orlando, Fl. - 1976-1979

Church and Wedding soloist for local Orlando area. Present day

"The Dickens Carolers', quartets entertaining seasonally. Agent/owner: Carol Becker. Present day.

Recitals and Sacred Concerts in Central Florida. Present day.

*** Lesson Details ***
I teach weekly lessons, with daytime and evening hours available, Monday through Thursday . I recommend an hour lesson. I give vocalizations to practice and develop good technique. Repertoire/songs are chosen by the student and myself. I encourage students to be well-rounded and try different genres/styles and even give me a "wish list" of songs they would like to learn. I give guidelines on how much to practice and what to practice. I help train the student's eye and ear and work with harmonization/parts, if needed. I help the student to develop their voice with strength, stamina, clarity, resonation, projection, expressiveness, and emotional impact. Progress will be continually evident throughout the students' study. Lessons are recorded on CD for every lesson, as this is a great efficient learning tool.

*** Studio Equipment ***
Tascam CD recorder
Mackie Pro mixing board
Korg electric keyboard
JVC karaoke CD player with key change capability
JVC triple CD player with key change capability
Four Advent speakers for super stereo sound
Peavey microphone
Leader microphone

*** Specialties ***
Voice, Sight-singing
I teach in the classical bel canto style and technique, which is how I was trained at Indiana University. I have been teaching all genres, including pop/rock, classical, jazz, country, r&b, and gospel/contemporary christian/traditional sacred.

Monica W.

Orlando, FL
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Kelee P.

Apopka, FL
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Nathan S.

Maitland, FL
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Monica W. Orlando, FL

Subjects Taught

Broadway Singing, Opera Voice, Piano, Singing, Vocal Training

About Me

My first priority is instilling a love for the arts into any student I teach. No matter what the skill level is, I want my students to love music and learning. I believe in setting the students up for success while also challenging them to be their best.
My experience as a classroom teacher is useful in helping me understand different types of students and cater to their individual needs and learning styles. I have experience teaching both private piano and voice, as well as experience in putting together recitals and stage shows. I have a degree in music from the University of Central Florida, which has allowed me to receive a great deal of musical education as well as hands-on experience in teaching methods.
A student of mine will not only learn techniques specific to their instrument, but also a more broad range of music theory and performance knowledge which will apply to any other musical endeavor they may wish to pursue.

*** Lesson Details ***
I offer a relaxed environment where students will be given new challenges and information without feeling pressured or stressed out. I want to make learning fun while also giving them a firm grasp on the techniques and practices. I use a variety of music books and series such as Piano Adventures, but I also like to find out what type of music the student is interested in playing and cater the curriculum to their needs. After 2 months of piano lessons, most of my students will know the basics of reading music/music theory and basic practice techniques. After 6 months, they will be able to read and play a piece of music on their own. Depending on the level of skill and hard work, students can progress quickly and they will love showing off their new skills to their friends and families.

*** Travel Equipment ***
I can provide a keyboard if necessary, but prefer that the students have their own.

*** Specialties ***
"Head voice" singing for children, sight reading practices for piano, Broadway singing and performance, opera singing and performance

Kelee P. Apopka, FL

Subjects Taught

Acting, Film Acting, Improv Acting, Music Theory, Opera Voice, Singing, Speaking Voice, Theater Acting

About Me

Ke'Lee P. is a licensed Musikgarten Instructor out of Orlando, FL. She studied at Wright State University where she majored in Vocal Performance. Ke'™Lee is certified in Early Childhood Music and Movement and has taught Early Childhood music classes, Vocal Lessons, and Acting at various daycare centers, performing arts schools, and private homes in the Orlando area since 2006.

Ke'™Lee performs everything from Opera to Gospel music. She has been a featured artist with Encore Theater Company and performed with Dayton Opera, Orlando Philharmonic Orchestra and many more.

Her joy is watching her students progress and thrive. She has had students appear on X Factor, The Voice and America's Got Talent. She has been the Director of Education for several performing arts schools and currently runs Creative Arts From the Heart which offers mobile performing arts programs.

*** Lesson Details ***
Private Lessons

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The private voice lesson is designed to teach the student to sing with proper vocal technique and to learn appropriate stage presence, one-on-one (instructor and student), and is tailored to fit each student's individual needs.

Students will learn proper vocal placement, pitch control, ear-training , breath support , note reading , musicianship, self-confidence, music instruction and much more. Lessons will include studying a wide variety of vocal styles and/or languages, with various degrees of difficulty, tailored to the needs of the individual learner.


The private acting lesson is designed to teach the student the tools they need to succeed as performers. Learn terminology, skills, and build confidence. Older students will focus on Audition, Scene Study, and Improvisation.

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*** Specialties ***
Acting Coaching
Voice Lessons
Mommy and Me Classes
Fairy Tale Theater
Home School Classes

Nathan S. Maitland, FL

Subjects Taught

Acting, Basic Math, Broadway Singing, Elementary Math, English, Improv Acting, Language, Math, Music Performance, Music Theory, Opera Voice, Piano, Reading, Shakespearean Acting, Singing, Speaking Voice, Theater Acting

About Me

With a diverse range of professional performance and teaching credits, I want to bring what I have learned on the stage to you! My lessons are hands on, and always related to my experience with groups like the Richmond Symphony Orchestra, Orlando Shakespeare Theater, Orlando Philharmonic Orchestra, and The Children's Theatre of Cincinnati.

*** Lesson Details ***
All my lessons focus on the study of technique and the application of said technique. We begin with warm-ups, then move into exercises, and then work on specific pieces in order to create music/art.

*** Travel Equipment ***
Keyboard, Guitar, Ukulele

*** Specialties ***
Voice, Acting, Beginning Piano

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