Private Lessons & Classes in Eagle Rock
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For the best experience, we typically recommend 60-minute lessons. However, students looking for a more affordable option may want to consider a shorter lesson length of 45 or 30 minutes. On average, 45-minute lessons are 17% less expensive at $52, and 30-minute lessons cost 33% less at $42.
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I started working with Robin after having taken a class with her at Dick Grove School of Music many years back. I could tell tha
My son has had 3 teachers so far and Brian is by far the best. In 5 weeks I have seen a tremendous development in my son. He is an excellent gu
Ms. Tanisha is the best instructor I have ever had! She not only teaches you how to read music and pl
I never really considered myself a singer, and resolved to be an actor who "can sing a little bit". I started t
Fawn doesn't mess around. She likes to move fast, and so do I.
There is no ego in working with her. She's supportive, encouraging, and deftly knowledgable. Her ability to troubleshoot is a big part of how quickly my voice is improving. She fixed my breathing in the FIRST lesson, by the third lesson we started working on pitch (my biggest shortcoming), and while I can't say I'm there yet, I am already lightyears from where I was two months ago.
She eliminates a lot of the mystery that surrounds singing, stuff I was never quite sure about despite the fact that I had a voice teacher for three years prior to moving to Los Angeles. IE: Where should I feel the resonance? Where should I NOT feel the resonance? What direction should the energy go? Etc..
It's only been a short while, but I believe I'm on my way to actually calling myself a confident, skilled singer."