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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 One-Act play Competition, VCDA District IX Choral Festival, and the Stafford County Choral Society Scholarship competition. In 2008, I served on the production staff as musical director at the Astors' Beechwood Mansion in Newport, Rhode Island.

Proud Member of Actors Equity Association, SAG-AFTRA, and the National Association of Teachers of Singers.

*** Lesson Details ***
Not only am I a trained singer, I am also an actor. I understand what it is to communicate and show emotion while singing. Before you can do this, you must also learn healthy singing technique. I will help blend the two.

The first half of each lesson will be dedicated to vocal exercises with the second half to songs I recommend or from your own repertoire. My recommendations may be from a different style of music than you are accustomed to, but I will be working towards helping you sing the style you want to sing.

Every voice is different. As a teacher I want to make sure that my students understand and are comfortable with what they are feeling and hearing. While I am an easy going person, I work very hard to help students find the right path to healthy vocal production.

*** Studio Equipment ***
Keyboard in studio w/ seating in separate room for parents. However, if you are a parent, seating is not available in the evenings Mon-Fri starting at 4 pm. I apologize for the inconvenience. Also, please note for allergy purposes, I own 2 cats.

*** Travel Equipment ***
n/a student must have piano in home for use by the teacher

*** Specialties ***
Musical Theatre
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Seth G. June 25, 2015
Singing · In home
Verified Student
Solid job
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Domenic N. March 6, 2014
Verified Student
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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Phyllis H.

Baton Rouge, LA 70810
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Martha H.

Baton Rouge, LA

About Martha

Students of all ages enjoy this technique. The voice is moving air, so the more you understand and are in contact with your breath, the more you enjoy the resulting grounded, vocal freedom.
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Martha H.

Martha H.

Baton Rouge, LA 70808
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$45 / 30-min
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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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Wanda B.

Wanda B.

Baton Rouge, LA 70816
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$30 / 30-min
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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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cody W.

cody W.

Livingston, LA 70754
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$25 / 30-min
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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 rea
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Zuly I.

Zuly I.

Baton Rouge, LA 70806
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