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Teaching since 1976
Dr. Vince is a musician, guitarist, songwriter, vocalist, and a producer. Vince has three cds out with one in Germany. Dr. Vince has two master degrees one in music and in education with a PhD in Music Vince was produced by" Badfingers" Joey Molland, which was the Beatles first band signed to
Awarded 1st Chair Tenor 1 from PA State Chorus
Music from Westminster Choir College
Teaches students 1 and up
I am a performance coach for singers and actors. Hour sessions are available but count as two 30 minute sessions back to back.
I love working with students of all ages and levels in person and online. I've worked with professionals on TV, Broadway, MTV as well as students 3 years old to 97 just studying for fun. Adam runs successful teaching studios in New York City, Watchung, New Jersey, and online. *** Lesson Deta
Teaches Intermediate, Advanced
Awarded Golden Eagle Award from CINE (Performed the title role in "Jack and the Dentist's Daughter")
Teaching since 1979
My lessons will be a fun, focused exploration of your creative impulses - designed to enhance the range of disciplines related to: stage presence, exploring your unique point of view, and basic acting techniques that will improve delivery technique and potential character/role play options. My background as a sketch comedy performer and playwright will also facilitate the development of new (writing) material, along with exploring useful storytelling techniques, and alternative marketing considerations.
Kent is a graduate of Howard University’s College of Fine Arts (drama major). As a playwright, director, and actor he has created original productions for national and international youth programs (including the musicals "Triunfar!" (i.e. The Winners!) in Bogota, Colombia and the hip-hop musical "A
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Teaches students 8 and up
Teaching since 1999
Find out how your entire life has prepared you to act and
overcome stage fright!
Are you looking to sing or play keyboard, work on material for your band, build your repertoire, sing or play in the church choir/band, audition for a production, become a better lead singer in your rock or pop band, overcome stage-fright or wanting to get to the next level? You have come to the ri
Teaches students 5 and up
A Levels (UK) from Clifton College
Teaching since 2010
I have been performing since I was 10 years old and since I started professionally at 14, I've toured in over 15 different countries around the world and done arena tours and festivals. I now have over 150,000 followers online and have performed for millions on TV.
Performance training is extremely important for a singer, even the most experienced artists have coaches their entire lives. I've been teaching young people to sing and perform since 2010 and I'm very keen to continue to see them all grow as artists! My methods vary from person to person as I like to find out their individual goals and go from there, but I usually take the first lesson to get to know them and find out their strengths and weaknesses, and work on a lesson plan that helps them as well as having fun.
I also teach about the business side of performing, how to book gigs and how to build your personal brand. I help students put together shows, with everything from costumes to music to sound systems and ...
Hi there! My name is Kimberley, and I'm a British singer/songwriter, and I love teaching young people about this amazing industry! I offer songwriting, singing and piano lessons, as well as writing and composition. My first rule is that there isn't any! Each student is unique and different, and
Teaches students 11 and up
Teaching since 1996
BA Music Education from Georgia College and State University
Not everyone wants to learn how to sing, speaking and voice projection are valuable tools for actors, television personalities, lecturers, and professors. Speaking is a lot like singing and I use some of the same exercises to help teach proper support to avoid vocal damage and tiring the voice.
I graduated from Georgia College and State University in Milledgeville, GA with a BA in Music Education, voice principal. During my years in public schools I taught a variety of age ranges and subjects including kindergarten general music, beginning band, high school chorus, and remedial middle sch
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