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Donna G. Winchester, VA

About Donna

I am thrilled to be joining the teaching ranks of TakeLessons! Having just recently relocated from Lansing, Michigan in order to pursue a DMA in Voice Performance at Shenandoah Conservatory in Winchester, VA, voice specialist and instructor Donna G. is excited to work with a new crop of singers. While Donna lived in Lansing, MI, her voice studio facilitated in preparing amateur and professional singers for music and theatre auditions and performances for more than twelve years in the Lansing area. The goal of her voice studio is to promote vocal arts and current activities in the various public schools and communities represented in the studio. Donna also enjoys playing piano, vocal coach accompanying, working with diverse singing styles from classical to musical theatre and jazz/pop, ...

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Tina S. October 25, 2014
Verified Student
The confidence that Donna has helped me with is priceless. I feel we are achieving my goals.
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John N. May 15, 2014
Singing · In studio
Verified Student
With only three lessons as yet completed, Donna has help me a great deal to meet my singing goals, and I look forward to our next nine session.
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Greg L. February 16, 2014
Singing
Verified Student
Highly recommended as a singing teacher

I've been taking singing lessons with Donna for about 4 months. I'm a middle-aged guy who took up guitar a few years ago and realized that in order to be a well rounded musician I had to be able to sing. Before I started I was a complete disaster - really no ability to match a pitch with my voice, and very little vocal control. I have made huge progress through working with Donna. She just 'knows what to do' as a vocal teacher. Perhaps as important, her friendly and supportive attitude makes what could be very tense and humiliating (trying to sing when you can't!) into a fun and satisfying experience.
Kurtis A. Frederick, MD

About Kurtis

With over a decade of teaching students from middle school to college and beyond, I am comfortable working with all ages and skill levels. I hold graduate degrees in saxophone performance and jazz studies. Lessons with Dr. Kurtis A. are rigorous, interesting, and fun!

Kristin W. Leesburg, VA

About Kristin

I began playing at 4 years old. I loved classical music and taught myself by listening till I was 6 and started formal lessons. I continued lessons throughout high school with a Julliard graduate. During my senior year of high school, I had the amazing experience of playing in Weill Hall, located in the famous Carnege Hall, as part of the young artist showcase. While attending Vassar College, I continued to take private lessons with another Julliard graduate, as well as taking classes in theory. *** Lesson Details *** I have beginner to advanced piano books in both performance, lessons, and theory. *** Studio Equipment *** Full upright piano *** Specialties *** Classical Music

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Jan V. August 28, 2014
Piano · In home
Verified Student
Kristin has been so great for me. She is patient and kind, and she encourages me to stretch my learning and understanding. If her explanation of something does not sink into my brain, she explains another way. She is also a talented pianist herself and I love to hear her play.
Terrance J. Frederick, MD

About Terrance

Hello! Here is a quick description of my studio information: I have been teaching private piano, voice and music theory lessons for over 18 years. While I consider myself foremost a performer and composer, I love sharing the joy and understanding of music with students young and old. With 25 years of performance experience, I have a wealth of knowledge and excitement for the art to share with my students from both the classical and musical-theatre repertoire. Voice – all ages (15 and older) focusing on bel canto techniques, predominantly utilizing the Marchesi Method (importance on intellectually understanding both the technical and the aesthetic nature of vocal music, from grand arias, show stopping Broadway solos to simple vocal exercises) Piano – all ages (5 and older).

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Cheryl F. February 7, 2014
Singing
Verified Student
great teacher

Had so much fun and can't wait for the next lesson. terry is a superb artist, great person and exceptional teacher.
Louis J. Germantown, MD

About louis

Louis J. has over 20 years of experience playing and teaching piano. He has traveled across the states performing and opening for various artists such as Jonathan Butler and Donnie McClurklin. Mr. J. studied classical piano with Patricia King and studied jazz piano with Harry Appleman at Montgomery College. He received his B.S. degree from High Point University. While in college, he studied music theory and music composition. His musical influences range from Mozart to Oscar Peterson. Although his primary instrument is piano, he also plays guitar, bass, drums, and the organ. He currently serves as the Director of Music at a local church in Alexandria, Va. Mr. J. performs regularly throughout the DC metro area as a studio session musician, music director, and accompanist.

David L. Frederick, MD

About David

As a lover of music, my biggest joy is the bass. I have a unique approach to the instrument, which I convey through both my playing and my teaching. I consider the bass a vocal, melodic instrument, and in any genre I'm playing, I seek to approach the bass not as simply a supporting actor to the lead, as it is so often portrayed, but as a counter-melody, the left hand to the right hand, complimentary but equal. The general theme that informs my playing is harmony. I seek to create the most beautiful and musically pleasing counterpoint to the lead, whether I'™m accompanying a vocalist, a jazz combo, a guitarist, or playing in the bass section of an orchestra. Coming from a unique combination of genres, I am able to bring the complete spectrum of music into my playing and teaching. My ...

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