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Phyllis H.

Baton Rouge, LA

About Phyllis

I hold a Masters Degree in Music from George Mason University. A native of the Washington DC Metropolitan area, I have performed with the Washington Opera Company, at the Kennedy Center, and Historic Maryland's Adventure Theatre. New York City credits include performances off-Broadway for the York Theatre Company, CAP21, and the American Academy of Dramatic Arts. I have been a vocal teacher in Brooklyn, New York, in addition to coaching students privately. Previously, I taught at the Virginia Institute of the Performing Arts, was Musical Director for The Episcopal Diocese of Virginia's Music and Drama Camp and The Snow Camp Historical Drama Society. I have also taught in Prince William County and Stafford County Virginia Schools and served as a judge for the VTA Middle School ...

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Domenic N. March 6, 2014
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Choir

I am 73 and joined a choir with no previous singing experience. Phyllis has been a great help teaching me to sing.
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Tom J. March 6, 2014
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Singing Lessons

My singing lessons have been very helpful in my attempting to become a better singer. Phyllis tailors the lessons to accommodate near term needs as well as considering the long term goals. Therefore every lesson is unique to some degree. Thoroughly enjoyable.
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Christie L. March 6, 2014
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Phyllis is the best singing teacher I have ever had. She is completely knowledgeable about technique and personalizes each class for her students. Phyllis is so sweet, and believes that there is a singing voice inside of all of us. Since I have started taking lessons with her, my range has expanded and not only that, I have gained new knowledge about sheet music that I had never heard before. I would highly recommend choosing her as your teacher.
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Ben T.

Baton Rouge, LA

About Ben

Ben is a music teacher who has been studying music all his life and has played with musicians from all over the country including: Andy Leftwich, Stephen Hill, and Travis Altop. He has an extensive background in music theory and publishes music every year for 2 publishing companies, Ben has been teaching and performing music for over 5 years. Based in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, he offers songwriting, theory tutoring, acoustic guitar, mandolin, and bass lessons to students 5 and up. Ben specializes in modeling his lessons to the strengths and desires of each individual student. His students range from beginning to advanced levels, and play a multitude of musical styles, including classical, pop, country, folk, singer-songwriter, blues and more.

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Ben T. November 5, 2014
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Ben did a great job with my child she came home after the very first lesson showing me the song she had learned. Nice Guy and would definitely recommend him to a friend.
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Wanda B.

Baton Rouge, LA

About Wanda

My name is Wanda. I majored in Piano Music Education at Southern A&m university in Baton Rouge, Louisiana and Oral Roberts University in Tulsa, Oklahoma. I enjoy teaching piano , its one of my passions in life. AWARDS: 'Who's Who in Music award. Tourge DeBose Piano Competition highest award, Music Guild award, Louisiana State University Bach piano competition award(s), Music Scholarship, T.H. Harris Scholarship, Louisiana State Talent award.

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cody W.

Livingston, LA

About cody

Hi! I'm Cody and I live in Louisiana! I'm currently a senior at Southeastern Louisiana University in the Social Studies Education program! I will start my final semester in the fall and be officially certified to teach in my state, but I have been in the classroom and other tutoring environments for about a year and a half. I love history, writing, guitar, reading, and studying the bible. I look forward to hearing form you!

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Zuly I.

Baton Rouge, LA

About Zuly

Hi, there! My name is Zuly and I can't wait to meet you! I've been teaching private lessons since 2009 and have loved helping my students fine tune their natural instruments, solidify dependable technique, and develop their artistry. I went to University of Florida and LSU and earned a Bachelor's in Music in 2007, and a Master's and Doctorate in Music degree in 2009 and 2013. I'm an easy-going and friendly person and my teaching style is clear, uses positive reinforcement, and focused on a natural ease while singing through the lense of Alexander Technique . I look forward to helping you reach your goals!

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7 Essential Rhythm Guitar Techniques
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No matter what your vocal range is, singing high notes comes with challenges. Read on as New York, NY music teacher Nadia B. shares her tips to keep in mind from a physical approach...   Approaching a high note or passage while singing can be a stressful experience: you know it’s coming, you may have struggled with this particular passage before, and you may feel your body tensing up in anticipation of the challenge of singing in a higher register. Read on to discover several tips tha
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