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Victoria H.

Abingdon, VA

About Victoria

Vicky is a graduate student, pursuing her Masters of Science in Music Therapy at Radford University. She received her Bachelor of Arts from the music program at the University of Central Florida, majoring in Music with Vocal Emphasis. At UCF she has studied with Dr. Jeremy Hunt and Kimberly Saunders Randall, and her past voice teachers include, Jason Reichman and Young Ju Lee, both FSU alumni. She started her music career with piano thirteen years ago under the wing of Diana Ryder, and from there her love for music grew. Growing up, she listened to a variety of music, classical, musical theatre, Disney, pop, and Vietnamese folk and pop music. Ms. Ryder exposed her to a plethora of new genres and from there she developed her own style. Piano-wise her primary focuses are the romantic and

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ReneeS December 22, 2010
Great teacher

Victoria is a great teacher, she understands my style of singing and helps me on my tone, focus, breath and everything else I need to become a great singer. She is a great person to work with. She also gives positive feedback and a nice way of letting you know if you have to work on something without making you feel bad. I look forward to my lessons with her every week!
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Daniel B.

Johnson City, TN

About Daniel

*** Travel Equipment *** I provide Music for first 5 lessons. Student provides intrument and willingness to practice *** Specialties *** Classical;Rock; Country; Christian Contemporary

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Alli I.

Johnson City, TN

About Alli

I have been playing piano, violin, and guitar at a professional level for over 17 years. I have received training in all instruments from both Milligan College and Bob Jones University. I have played in local orchestras and have had the opportunity to travel outside the country to play music with various groups I love having the opportunity to teach children and adults to learn and love music! It truly is a language that speaks to everyone.

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Bryanna E. April 10, 2015
Violin · In studio
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Alli is very patient and knowledgeable and she loves violin. I would recommend her to anyone. I am signing up for another round of lessons!
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Keith M.

Johnson City, TN

About Keith

Hi my name is Keith M. I am 28 and I love music. I've been playing music since I was 6. I've had the privilege to work in the music business for the last 9 years. Playing professionally for all but 2 of those years when I took a job as a sound technician. My music of choice is Bluegrass. Although I am a student of all types of genres such as blues, rock, country and more. I have a passion for both playing and teaching music and hope to share that with my students!

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John N. January 23, 2015
Acoustic Guitar · In studio
Best teacher I ever had!! He done whatever it took to help me learn. Has a great compassion to teach others what he does best!
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Whitney P. January 23, 2015
Acoustic Guitar · In studio
Keith is an excellent teacher to learn from! Not only is he very knowledgeable in both playing and music theory, but he is also very patient and eager to teach! I always felt excited about going to lessons and knew that I would be learning valuable information at each one. I highly recommend Keith as a teacher and guarantee he will help your passion for music grow along with your skills.
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john B. January 23, 2015
Banjo · In studio
Highly recommend this guy. Very knowledgeable and very patient!
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Christopher P.

Johnson City, TN

About Christopher

I am a classically trained singer living in East Tennessee. I received by Bachelor of Music in Vocal Performance from East Tennessee State University in 2012 and my Master of Music in Vocal Performance from Appalachian State University in 2014. I am currently seeking employment with opera companies around the globe. I have performed all of the United States and in Europe with multiple professional organizations ranging from southern gospel groups, a professional men's choir, to professional theater companies. I am committed to teaching young and experienced singers how to sing with good technique in any style. I believe that there are many approaches to singing, and there are certain basic practices that can keep your voice healthy and beautiful no matter if you sing opera, ...

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