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She's very knowledgeable and is able to pass that k
We're glad we found her!"
Josh is truly a great teacher. I took piano lessons with him, and I have to say that he is always encou
You will enjoy every lesson you have with Josh!"
In the space of 1 1hr vocal lesson, everything changed for the better. It was incredible and in the months that have followed, I have only improved more and more and more!
I asked her 3 questions that other coaches have NEVER been able to answer
and she had crystal clear explanations and then some. She really is amazing!
She is the vocal whisperer, she really does know her stuff!
She always maked me feel comfortable and I leave every lesson in AWE!
Not only does she understand the voice but also the business side of music and how to go about things, she totally rocks! I have been doing lessons with Fawn for a little over 9 months now and the difference in my voice is massive!
There are a lot of pretenders in this town but Fawn isn't one of them, she's the real deal and I'm so happy I have found her. I am extremely satisfied.
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