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· Music Performance · Online
· Singing · In home
· Singing · Online
-Want greater breath control in your singing
-Want to extend your range
-Want to increase your confidence
-Want to be able to sing without getting tired?
-Want to ace your next audition?
-Want to know how to sing your favorite song?
I can help you get there.
· Singing · In studio
Emily is a very knowledgable, patient, and supportive teacher. She is also one of the most charismatic and funny people I have ever met. A joy to work with.
· Singing · In studio
· Vocal Training · In studio
About Daniel Ncholas
Daniel Ncholas B.
Daniel Ncholas B.
My name is Madeleine B. and I have been a professional ballet dancer since the age of 8. Currently, I perform with Jose Mateo Ballet Theatre where I have been dancing lead roles since 2005. I have experience teaching both adults and children, in both full class settings as well as private lessons. Dance is my life's passion and I would love to share what I know with people who want to learn!
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Modern Ballet Fusion, Water Ballet, & Sensual Swing classes
Adult & Children non-intimidating lessons by a former
Professional Classical Prima Ballerina
Online at TakeLessons.com Raquel S.
Raquel is a consummate professional initially trained as a print model and classical ballerina. Raquel studied fine art at the University of Hawaii at Manoa, she directed her focus to medical aesthetics at the International Dermal Institute, becoming a registered medical aesthetician/laser tech in California and Massachusetts. Raquel brings over ten years of experience in holistic healing and medical aesthetics/laser holding certifications from the American Heart Association AED (Health Care Provider), The International Dermal Institute of Los Angeles (post graduate), Guinot of
Raquel is also a celebrity make-up artist & boutique perfume designer. She worked with many national celebrities and magazines including: Bobbi Brown (Seattle WA), Jose Eber, Seventeen, Shape, Entertainer, and Glamor magazines. She currently hosts & orchestrates many national fashion shows, films, and charity events including: The Boston Ballet, Boston Casting, Boston Magazine, Saving animal victims of Katrina, Brandies School of International Business, The Massachusetts Film Bureau, Wang center for the Arts, Boston Latin Academy, The Elle fund, Make a Wish, Boston Magazine & The BCAE (Boston Center for Adult Education). Spokes Model for National Latin film Awards, Boston Latin TV, In Style Magazine Spring Show & ESPN.
She founds the quartet PINTO in 2012 and offers a bitter-sweet, delicate, bright and appealing jazz. The band wins the Audience Prize in the scope of the Brussels Jazz Marathon contest in 2014. PINTO finishes its monthly residency at the Sounds Jazz Club with a critical and public success at the Mithra Jazz festival in Liège in 2015.
Margaux also writes the music of the long-feature "Les Liberterres" (released in Brussels in August 2015). The movie is being regularly broadcasted in France, Canada,
She recently graduated from a M.M. in Contemporary Performance at the Berklee Global Jazz Institute (Boston, USA) with Danilo Perez and an impressive array of faculty including John Patitucci, Adam Cruz, Dave Liebman, Joe Lovano, Terri Lyne Carrington, and George Garzone among others. The Global Jazz Institute is an intensive program which awards full-tuition grants to all participants who in turn must complete a Master’s degree in one year.
When Margaux teaches, she keeps in mind that every student has different needs and different ways of learning. She creates an environment of mutual respect and empathy in which students can find their own voice and develop their creativity. One of the most important things for her, as a teacher, is to share her passion, to communicate her enthusiasm, and to give students the motivation for learning.
My years of experience and training, I know the value of fun, and how much we can learn together.
Cheesy, maybe, but let’s give it a try!
I love to eat all kinds of foods but my favorite has to be ICE CREAM. Hehe. I also love to read books about psychology, history and sci-fi fiction! Eek. My favorite pass time is fitness when I'm not dancing (like they're not related pfft) so you can catch me in the gym lifting weights or training mixed martial arts with my fiancé!
· Hip Hop Dance · In studio
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After performing in live major acting and singing showcases, music videos, and attracting the personal attention of America’s Got Talent producers, I found my passion in helping others improve their craft by scouting & coaching kids, teens and adults in TV Commercials, Scenes, Monologues, Improv and Cold Reading, and Singing Pe
I'm proud to say many of my students have been in a variety of productions and have been signed by major modeling and acting agencies in NY and LA. Working closely with a wide range of agents in the industry has given me a behind-the-scenes look into what agents are looking for in new talent which I willingly shares with all of my students and clients.
Struggling to find that perfect audition monologue? It can take some time, so be prepared to be patient! Read on as Courtney P., one of our acting teachers in the Orlando area, offers her advice: Let's face it, most actors HATE monologues. They are tedious, and most of the time, it's ridiculously hard to find the right one. Monologues are, however, necessary in the entertainment Industry, and many times your monologue can make or break an audition. The process of perfecting your monologue … Read More