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Stephen M.

Stephen M.

4.7(23)
Stephen McCool's Voice Lessons are ideal for singers looking to improve their classical singing abilities. And, to learn these particular skills, Mr. McCool only assigns music from the musical theatre and classical music literature, not popular music (rock, pop, country, rap, etc...).
$1$37
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Danielle J.

Danielle J.

4.9(36)
I have sung and taught gospel for over 20 years. My parents are pastors and I have worked with several pastors on improving their music departments so I am intimately aware on how to increase your stage presence, awareness and proficiency.
$1$50
/30 mins
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Michele M.

Michele M.

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As a professional teaching artist and vocal coach, I have been helping students of all ages and abilities find their voice for over 20 years. My goal is simple: to give you singing lessons that will change your life forever. You can uncover your voice, build unshakable confidence and have fun while learning techniques professional singers take onto the stage and into the studio. And, you can have a great time doing it!
$1$45
/30 mins
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Marie H.

Marie H.

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$1$40
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Candice M.

Candice M.

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Kindness and understanding are the foundations of a successful student-teacher relationship. I believe in building students up so they can see how innately gifted they truly are; there is no such thing as a person who “can't sing.” I teach students of all ages and with all kinds of musical backgrounds. My studio is a place for patient, supportive growth: you should expect to work hard and have fun at the same time. If you choose to take voice lessons with me, we will spend your first lesson exploring your skill level as a singer, determining your musical interests, and reviewing or learning the basics of vocal technique. My goal is to help you grow as a musician by giving you the tools you need to sing music from any genre with confidence. As we continue our work together, you will develop or refine excellent breath control, consistent, beautiful sound production throughout registers, and an understanding of what healthy vocal technique is and why it matters. We will also spend lesson time practicing ear-training, sight-reading and music theory as they apply to the songs we are working on together. In addition to regular voice lessons, I offer coaching for singers who have upcoming competitions, auditions or other performances. Vocalists who work with me as they prepare for these events often go on to land their preferred roles and win their competitions. Whether you need guidance in repertoire selection, diction, or help with a few tricky passages, I am available to assist you as you prepare for your singing event. *2022 Update*: In order to give students/performers the best chance of success, I require a minimum of three booked sessions over a period of at least three weeks before the audition or competition is set to take place. My open-communication policy as an educator enables me to answer questions and provide additional resources, including customized warm-ups, outside of regular lesson time. I also maintain flexible scheduling for all of my students: studying singing is a fun challenge, but lessons should never be a source of stress. I am always happy to work with you to accommodate your schedule. Background: I am a classically-trained lyric soprano with over seventeen years of vocal education. I studied with PhD and MA professors of voice at universities in Kansas and Washington State. I also have many years of experience as a performer at a variety of venues across the country: my background includes solo concert work, lead and supporting roles in opera and theater productions, and event performances and competitions. I taught voice and beginning piano lessons, often on a volunteer basis, to students part-time from 2006 to 2012. I now teach voice lessons and provide coaching full-time. Students can study with me online or in-person at my studio.
$1$20
/20 mins
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Louise G.

Louise G.

5(17)
Learning or perfecting skills can often feel intimidating and challenging at times. In each personalized lesson, it is my goal that you feel encouraged and appreciated for the unique singer or learner you are. I will give you the tools you need to become a confident and composed performer and to reach your goals as a student. I will provide fun and interactive exercises that help you master the basics of breath, posture, tone, diction, and the foundations of musicianship. Students will learn how to prepare a song and how to present a song in dramatic and interpretive form. Students will learn how to prepare for auditions and competitions (choral, solo, theatre role, etc.), and how to overcome stage fright and other challenges that are unique to live performance. I use a variety of teaching tools such as physical movement, imagery, and visual aids. I specialize in classical singing, musical theatre, and the jazz/blues sound. My goal is for you to enjoy singing and to meet your goals, whether you want to just sing at home for your family or land a leading role in a musical!
$1$24
/30 mins
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Daniel G.

Daniel G.

4.8(28)
A country voice is usually a relaxed voice with deep rich tones. Crossover singers can tend to push too hard and sound strained. I teach you to be comfortable in that saddle and sing from the heart. All the correct breathing and resonating techniques must be followed. Its like driving a car, whether its NASCAR or Interstate 405, you better be a well tuned machine or you're gonna end up getting towed. I can teach a wide variety of country styles and vocal quality affects.
$1$30
/30 mins
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Nina T.

Nina T.

5(25)
"My main goal for you is to help you strengthen and protect your voice while giving you the confidence to take your singing to the next level - and from there? - consistently progress. I will help you achieve control and artistry and give you the tools to reach your particular vocal goals. I can help you with all your vocal and music needs, from beginner through professional levels and cover a wide range of technique and performance coaching : vocal technique, performance coaching, warm-ups, sight-reading, solfege, ear training, music theory, pitch control, breath control, phrasing, dynamics, active listening, diaphragm support, tone creation, sound placement, blending registers, break elimination, song interpretation, vocal performance, repertoire, medleys & mash-ups, harmonizing, back-up singing, improv & scat, scales & runs, falsetto & head voice, range expansion, stamina & agility, stage presence, vocal health, acting for singers, songwriting, arranging, recording, production, overdubs & tracking, all genres - all ages " A highly sort-after vocal coach, many of Nina’s current & former students have attained professional & academic success -NYSSMA & NAfME All County / All State Choirs, University Degrees, Professional auditions. They range from a Portugul pop star, to Bollywood singers, a Metropolitan Opera singer, multiple Broadway cast members, Metropolitan Opera Children’s Choir singers, and many professional performing & recording jazz, rock, pop, country, blues, gospel, classical & variety, even a few rap, artists. An Associate Coach & protégé of legendary multi-Grammy & Tony winners’ vocal coach, Katie Agresta, Nina holds a BFA in Jazz & Contemporary Music & Voice from The New School University. Nina is a Billboard Award and multiple Song of the Year Awards winner. Nina studied Opera with Prof. Kathleen Blix and Jazz with Dr. Dave LaLama at Hofstra University as well as all classical and contemporary genres, songwriting & production with Billboard award winner Elisa Hale, & Grammy winners Harry Whitaker & Bob Stander.
$1$20
/30 mins
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Singing Resources In and Near Alpharetta, GA

By Stephen M. - Alpharetta Singing Teacher

Are you interested in taking singing lessons in Alpharetta? Do you want to be the next big singer from the Atlanta area? Well, you’re in luck, because nearby Atlanta has many places to hear great singers live and many outlets where aspiring singers can hone their skills - whether in musical theater, opera, choral, rock n’ roll, pop, and every style in between. There’s no better way to become a singer than to start seeing and hearing live performances and to participate in making music with other great singers as early as possible.

To supplement their singing lessons in Alpharetta, I encourage all my students to check out these great venues:

  1. Cathedral of St. Philip, www.stphilipscathedral.org Definitely one of the foremost sacred music centers in Atlanta, the Cathedral hosts world-class artists every season. Notable artists and choral groups to perform at St. Philip’s include The Choir of St. Paul’s Cathedral (London, England), Schola Cantorum of Oxford (England), the Atlanta Baroque Orchestra and David Daniels (international countertenor from Atlanta). For aspiring singers, I can’t recommend this church’s music program highly enough. Designed for children as young as the third grade, and continuing all through high school, the Cathedral Choristers are trained based on the Royal School of Church Music, and their leadership strives to provide all these young singers with excellent musical and performance skills.

  2. The Atlanta Opera, www.atlantaopera.org A premier regional opera company, The Atlanta Opera not only presents excellent main stage productions, but is also committed to keeping the art of opera thriving for future generations through their education programs. Also, since 2007, all main stage productions have been performed at the state of the art Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre just inside I-285. For young professional singers, the Atlanta Opera offers the 24-hour Opera Project – where a brand new one-act opera is written in the first 12 hours and learned and performed in the second. And, in early summer, rising 10th through 12th graders may participate in the High School Opera Institute, a joint venture between the Atlanta Opera and Emory University, where they receive vocal coaching lessons, movement and characterization classes, audition techniques and many more exciting opportunities to consider classical singing as a real vocation.

  3. Atlanta Lyric Theatre, atlantalyrictheatre.com For those singers more inclined towards musical theater, the Atlanta Lyric Theatre serves at the only professional musical theater company in Atlanta. The company originally only performed the works of Gilbert and Sullivan, but as the company grew, so did their repertoire. Most recently, their production roster might be mistaken for that of any major theater in New York City. As a teacher, I tremendously appreciate this company’s efforts to educate young people through the Jr. Lyric Musical Theatre workshops. Similar to the Atlanta Opera’s institute, here young musical theatre leading men, leading ladies, and character actors will be directed, choreographed, and coached in a tailor-made program that WILL take their singing, dancing, and acting to the next level.

  4. Eddie Owens Presents, www.eddieowenpresents.com And, just when everyone thought I left out the rock stars and pop idols, we have Eddie Owens Presents at the Red Clay Music Foundry in Duluth, GA. Recently voted ‘Best New Music Venue’ by Atlanta Magazine, not only is Eddie Owens a performance venue, it also offers an open mic night on Sunday nights and provides a great local hangout for established and up-and-coming singer-songwriters alike. Besides that, I didn’t even mention that found Eddie Owens helped artists John Mayer, the Indigo Girls, and Sugarland get their start.

  5. AtlantaPlanit.com Lastly, I had to mention one of my favorite websites for discovering cultural events around Atlanta. Not only does the site provide listings of events and provide ticket information, it also promotes the work of 450 different arts organizations. I will say that because the site offers so many events, I’m a firm believer in making friends with the search and advanced search boxes; searching for a particular voice type (baritone, tenor, soprano, contralto), genre (classical, opera, pop, rock), and including the word “singer” should refine your search to the most pertinent listings.

For any singer/musician, it’s extremely important to surround him/herself with other talented musicians. Besides just being fun and leading to great musical conversations, it’s a fantastic educational experience. I hope this article will inspire singers of all ages and experience levels to get out in their community and discover all that Alpharetta and nearby Atlanta have to offer. The Atlanta area has a bustling music scene with many talented professional and amateur singers, and I encourage students and professionals to hear as many as they can.

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