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Lesley F. Bloomington, IN

About Lesley

Lesley is an accomplished classically trained operatic soprano at the beginning of her career. Lesley grew up all over the United States, attending high school in Tennessee where she was very active in high school theatre, playing roles like Aunt Eller in Oklahoma! and Glinda in The Wizard of Oz. Lesley currently sings operatic repertoire ranging from Mozart to Bernstein and loves new composers and exploring new music. Lesley has studied with numerous teachers, coaches, directors, and conductors who have shaped her as a musician, and hopes to be able to impart some of what she has learned. I love to sing, and would love to help you explore singing as well. I taught in the Atlanta area for four years, as well as New Jersey and Boston, MA. I enjoy working with my students to discover

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Paul S. June 13, 2014
Broadway Singing · Online
Verified Student
At first I had doubts about the potential effectiveness of online lessons. But I am unable to advance with local vocal teachers and decided to give it a shot.
Leslie's immediate insights into things I was doing wrong and things I could do better have already made an impact in both my approach and ability. I've taken vocal lessons off and on locally for nearly 20 years, and in the first lesson she suggested at least four things that I had never been told before, and all of them were spot-on.
Her flexibility in both schedule and simply working to help me achieve the things I want to achieve have been amazing.
I would highly recommend her coaching to anyone looking to improve!
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Jennifer F. May 20, 2014
Singing · Online
Verified Student
Lesley is a great teacher! My daughter has really improved. I love the online classes. Thank you Lesley!
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RekhaD November 12, 2009
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Lesley is a wonderful teacher. I am learning so much and she has a very nice teaching style.
Jennifer B. Bloomington, IN

About Jennifer

From singing with the Rolling Stones to performing with Opera San Jose; I have work experience that can help you succeed. I have accompanied for paid and volunteer positions. Piano and singing work go hand in hand. I can give you the skills to be awesome in both. I specialize in classical and musical theatre style singing.

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Kristen S. July 1, 2014
Piano · In home
My 10 year old son took piano lessons from Jennifer. Jennifer was a dedicated teacher and kept my son engaged by choosing songs that he enjoyed. She was energetic and always ended the lessons on an encouraging and upbeat note (no pun intended!). While she kept the lessons enjoyable, she made sure progress was made every week. Jennifer made piano lessons a positive experience for my son.
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Shannon O. June 12, 2014
Singing · In studio
I took lessons from Jennifer for about three years, and I was very impressed! I was constantly making measurable improvement in all areas of my voice. Jennifer is very flexible with how you want a lesson to be run, and she encourages you to try out a wide variety of music genres. I loved going to her lessons every week; they were always positive, different, and fun!
Justin H. Bloomington, IN

About Justin

I have been playing banjo for eleven years and touring in a band for four. For the beginner, I can teach banjo from the ground up. For the intermediate, I can teach plenty of tips and tricks to make playing with others more enjoyable. I teach Scruggs, Melodic, and Clawhammer styles, so you will learn the banjo from every angle. Lessons are informative, but laid back. Having fun is the most important part of playing and instrument, so that is how I try to teach.

Brady A. Indianapolis, IN

About Brady

Cellist Brady A. graduated from UC Berkeley with a Bachelor's degree in Music where he studied cello with Jonathan Koh. As an avid orchestral musician, he has played in the cello sections of several local orchestras, such as the Stockton Symphony, Monterey Symphony, and Fresno Philharmonic. He was principal cellist of the UC Berkeley Symphony Orchestra and the Berkeley Chamber Orchestra, and belongs to several chamber groups, in addition to various other ensembles. Brady is also an accomplished soloist, having won the Solano Symphony Young Artist Competition three times and the UC Berkeley Symphony Orchestra Concerto Competition twice. This led to solo engagements performing Joseph Haydn's Cello Concerto in C major, Edward Elgar's Cello Concerto in E Minor, Antonin Dvorak's Cello ...

Monte R. Scottsburg, IN

About Monte

Hello! My name is Monte. I'm currently an undergraduate at Indiana University Southeast for Computer Science. I've been playing guitar for almost 5 years now and teaching off and on for two. I am offering beginner level java coding and beginner level guitar.

Anastasia F. Bloomington, IN

About Anastasia

Anastasia Falasca, a native of New Jersey, received her Bachelor’s in Violin Performance from Indiana University, and currently studies with Jorja Fleezanis. She has recently attended the Aspen Music Festival and School, the Schleswig-Holstein Musik Festival, YOA Orchestra of the Americas, the Northern Lights Music Festival, and the Habitat4Music in Vermont. She was a member of the Philadelphia Youth Orchestra, the Settlement Music School, and the Temple University Music Prep program, where she studied with Kimberly Fisher and Daniel Han, both of the Philadelphia Orchestra.

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