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Kelly C.

Whitmore Lake, MI

About Kelly

Greetings! My name is Kelly and I have been teaching voice and piano since 1991.

My training in voice/singing/performance/Voice Movement Therapy has been extensive and multi-faceted as has my own p
erformance experience. This has enabled me to successfully guide/mentor students who are not only singers of classical, musical theater, pop, folk, and jazz, but also people who use their speaking voices to teach, present and act.

My teaching approach is more holistic in that it not only addresses the technical and physical influences that affect the singing/speaking process, but also the emotional and psychological influences.

I work with ANYONE who wishes to vocally express themselves more freely and authentically, including those who consider themselves to be tone-deaf.

While voice is my primary instrument, I also teach piano to those who wish to learn to read music and those who would rather learn chords.
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Linda July 14, 2016
Singing · In home
Verified Student
Kelly is such a good teacher. She is sensitive and empathic as she provides the information needed to introduce this old woman to the mysteries of breathing and singing. It amazes me!
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Larry J. January 8, 2016
Vocal Training · In studio
Verified Student
I've never seen someone so knowledgeable about singing. She is a wealth of knowledge and can translate it very well.
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Amy November 26, 2015
Singing · In studio
I initially selected Kelly as my singing teacher because of her extensive academic credentials and personal singing career. Since taking lessons with her for over 7 months, I have come to really appreciate her non-judgemental attitude and approach to teaching, as well as her creativity, thoughtfulness and insight.
My initial reason for taking singing lessons was to develop my voice to hopefully bring singing back into my life, which had been a real source of joy for me in my "younger days".
After only 3 months of working with her, I had an opportunity to do some public speaking and was quite surprised at how confidant I felt and how well my voice carried into the crowd, a marked improvement from previous public speaking experiences I have had. After 6 months of lessons, I was able to sing solo in public for the first time in my life with real success.
I look forward to working more with Kelly and her techniques to continue to develop my voice and my range of singing experiences and opportunities. I highly recommend her as a singing teacher. Above and beyond her expertise in the realm of singing and voice work, she makes every lesson pleasurable and fun!
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Kelly C.

Whitmore Lake, MI 48189
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Joe A.

Adrian, MI

About Joe

Professional bassist/teacher with over 20 yrs of experience. Teachers/mentors include Victor Wooten, Marcus Miller, Steve Bailey, Gerald Veasley, Gary Willis. I have taught and staffed for Victor Woot
en's Bass Nature Camp and Gerald Veasley's Bass Bootcamp for over 15 yrs. All styles taught..specializing on beginner/intermediate studies.
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Michael B. July 21, 2016
Bass Guitar · Online
Verified Student
I've been having a really good time with these lessons and Joe has been great.

Fun, thorough, I feel like I'm learning a lot.
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Angelo February 21, 2016
Bass Guitar · Online
Verified Student
Best word to describe Joe, is PROFESSIONAL! Joe has a great plan for me at my skill level, which is a beginner. My gut already is telling me that Joe can help me meet my goals but also take my playing further than I expect.
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Joe A.

Adrian, MI 49221
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$15 / 30-min
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Ya-Ju C.

Lansing, MI

About Ya-Ju

I am a professional pianist. I have been teaching piano since 2007. I teach private piano lessons from beginner to advanced level. Style and length of lessons can always be customized depending on stu
dents' interest and goal.

I started playing piano at the age of 4. I earned a Bachelor's degree from Taipei Municipal University of Education in Taiwan, and a Master's degree in piano performance from Kent State University. I am currently working on my doctoral degree in piano performance and master degree in piano pedagogy at Michigan State University.
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Ya-Ju C.

Lansing, MI 48910
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$40 / 30-min
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Sydney Z.

Howell, MI

About Sydney

I'm 18 years old, about to start at a new college in August called the Detroit Institute of Music Education for songwriting. I've been teaching piano and voice lessons for 3 years now. I started at Th
e Music Man, where I had about 15 students, including a student with brain injuries. I now teach lessons at a community center near my house and am wanting to take on more students.
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Cindy July 18, 2016
Classical Piano · In studio
The attributes I most appreciate with Sydney's Piano Lessons are:

1. Respectful
2. Patient
3. Knowledgeable
4. Flexible
5. Receptive

I am grateful for Sydney's guidance, support and encouragement!
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Jacob July 11, 2016
Singing · In studio
She's Kind and patient and helped me build my confidence in a way no one else could. Highly recommend her
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Dave July 9, 2016
Piano · In studio
I found Sydney to be very professional and well organized. She is extremely patient and spends a great deal of time making sure her students understand what she's teaching them.
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Sydney Z.

Howell, MI 48843
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$25 / 30-min

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