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Rachel A.

Rachel A.

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I bring a great deal of patience and understanding to lessons. My philosophy is that if the student is not in control of the pace of learning that they will quickly lose interest and even resent the instrument or subject. I also strongly believe that students must be enjoying their lessons or they will struggle to learn. I will try to help students pace their lessons to their satisfaction and choose material which will help them enjoy learning how to play their instrument. As a teacher, I try to encourage having joy in the journey of learning the instrument and learning the material. *** Lesson Details *** I am fairly laid back in my teaching style. I use the Alfred Piano Basics series, though I've also got some experience with the Piano Town series. For beginning voice students, I use Jay Althouse's "Folk Songs for Solo Singers" series. After 3-6 months after beginning lessons with me, students should see that they have a handful of songs in their repertoire. They will also have more confidence in their skills and in their abilities to set goals and measure their progress. In addition, students will be able to see a significant improvement in their technique. *** Travel Equipment *** I would require the student to have a piano for piano lessons. I would provide a CD player if necessary for voice students. If a student would like to record a lesson, I can bring my computer, record the lesson, and provide them with a digital copy if they would like. *** Specialties *** I am a classical pianist and singer. I have some minor experience with the more classical Broadway musical styles (such as those utilized in "The Sound of Music" or "Carousel"), but I have no experience with the distinct Broadway styles used in more modern musicals.
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Patient, informative, and has a great way of explaining abstract concepts in a way that really clicks with me. Looking forward to future classes!

Carol Torres (Opera Voice lessons with Denise B.)

Great as always. My voice feels BETTER, SMOOTHER and STRONGER after one hour of training with her, never more tired or painful. Yay!

Jin (Opera Voice lessons with Denise B.)

Denise is an amazing teacher. We wished we lived closer for face-to-face lessons. She truly listened to my child's needs and catered each lesson to achieving her academic goals.

Victoria Gonzalez (Opera Voice lessons with Denise B.)

Amazing instructor. Kind and professional!

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Opera is an art form with a rich and storied tradition. You may have dreamed of trying opera your whole life or have a child that has displayed interest in it. Learning opera lets you partake in some of the greatest compositions ever written, including such opera classics such as The Marriage of Figaro and La Traviata.

Opera first began to be performed at the end of the 16th century and is usually attributed to starting with Jacopo Peri’s Dafne, produced in 1598. Soon, opera spread through the rest of Europe and began to be performed in places such as Germany, France, and England. It is noted for its distinct vocal style and theatrical, dramatic form of performance, and it has become a key part of Western classical music.

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Opera can be intimidating to learn, which is why a good teacher is indispensable to building your skills and learning how to be a great opera performer. Opera involves mastering the fundamentals of singing, which our teachers are well-trained in coaching students in.

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TakeLessons Opera voice lessons for kids ensure they’re learning the fundamentals of the opera form while also keeping the lesson fresh and exciting. Lessons for an adult beginner in opera may take a more mature approach on technique, as your age and voice can definitely impact focus areas and learning goals.

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Opera Voice Lessons Curriculum

Sample Curriculum for Beginner Opera Voice Lessons

  • Opera basics
  • Opera history
  • Vocal parts and singer volumes
  • Vocal diction
  • Breath support
  • Beginner songs

Sample Curriculum for Intermediate Opera Voice Lessons

  • Performance techniques
  • Increasing vocal range
  • Sing with clarity
  • Intermediate songs
  • Mastering your vibrato

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  • Advanced vocal techniques
  • Advanced opera songs
  • Performing in front of an audience
  • Being part of an opera play

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Can you teach yourself to sing opera?

You can, in theory, teach yourself to sing opera. But it would be very difficult to master the skill without the attention and guidance of a certified opera teacher. Learning to sing opera requires very specific singing and breathing techniques, which are very hard to build alone. Enlisting a talented opera voice lessons tutor will help you hone your skills, perfect techniques, and sing with confidence.

Is opera hard to learn?

Opera is considered a difficult to learn singing style, mostly because it requires a wide range of notes and a powerful singing technique. Opera isn’t something you can learn casually, as it requires a lot of practice to master. With the help of an opera voice lessons teacher, you can hone the right skills and make learning opera a much easier learning process. Enlisting an opera tutor at TakeLessons is a great way to start your opera journey.

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It’s never too late to learn to sing opera. There are many opera singers that have honed their skills later in life and gained parts in famous operas around the world. That being said, learning opera does require a commitment to the craft. If you’re looking to learn opera as quickly as possible, it’s recommended you seek out a great teacher. With their guidance, you can build the fundamentals and start singing classic operas as quickly as possible. Websites with opera voice lessons such as TakeLessons are a great place to start.

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