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Teaches Beginner, Intermediate
Bachelor of Music - Vocal Performance from University of the Arts
Teaching since 2009
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Hello potential students! My name is Kara. I teach voice and piano to students of all ages online and in Doylestown, PA. Thank you so much for viewing my profile. I went to University of the Arts for my Bachelor's and Master's degree. I am a life-long learner and just started another Master'
Speaks German, Spanish, French, Italian
Awarded 2nd Prize from Robert Stolz Operetta Singer Competition
Bachelor of Music from Baylor University (1974-1978)
Extensive experience teaching Accent Reduction for non-native English speakers who need to be able to speak English clearly for business and academic purposes.
I am a classically-trained opera singer. I have a Bachelors and Masters in Vocal Performance and Vocal Pedagogy (teaching), and have sung professionally in the U.S. and Europe. I have sung Opera, Operetta, Musical Theater and Concerts, as well as choral and cantorial singing. I have been a final
Mrs. B is a wonderful and dedicated teacher who focuses diligently during class sessions. She thoroughly explains terms and technique and is friendly and sociable. Her extensive knowledge of languages comes extremely useful in Italian arias and other folk songs as to explain the meanings of words and to convey motion. Her classes are enjoyable and fun, while still being comprehensively academic.
Speaks French, English, Spanish, Italian, German
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Teaching since 2003
Being born and raised in Geneva, the French-speaking part of Switzerland, French is my mother tongue. With a Swiss degree of pediatric nursing and teaching, I worked more than 15 years with children, families and adult learners. Finding the best way to learn depending on who you are and what goals you have is one of my specialties. I like to provide a dynamic and a fun learning environment to high schoolers and adults.
Having learnt multiple second languages, such as English, Italian, Spanish and German, I’m very aware of the process of learning a new language.
I can provide vocabulary, grammar, verbs, conversation as well as cultural aspects from different French speaking countries, as I was working with people from France and I spent 3 years in Montreal, Quebec.
I moved to Richmond four years ago, bringing many French books and ressources that could be used during lessons.
I’m a French native speaker from Switzerland, teaching French to high schoolers and adults. I provide tailored lessons in a positive environment to gain confidence and to enjoy speaking French. Three years ago, I moved from Geneva for my husband’s work. He’s a pediatric clinical and research physi
Speaks Russian, Italian, English
BM Voice from San Francisco Conservatory of Music
Awarded Full Tuition Award from Mannes School of Music
Education: Rimsky Korsakov College in Saint Petersburg, Russia
I have been studying Russian language and Literature in College for four years. During the time of my studies, I always took an opportunity to get some professional experience: In 2014 I did
some charity work in Saint Petersburg Center for Foreigners, helping guest workers to learn Russian language, which I consider a valuable experience.
Hello! My name is Anna, I am a singer and voice/ piano teacher. I believe that everybody is able to sing and I can help you with that. Want to sing at the party? Audition to a local theater? Or just sing for your own enjoyment? I can help you with all of that, using my special voice techniqu
Speaks English, Chinese
Teaches students 2 and up
Teaching since 2018
I’m a passionate, funny, and patient teacher. In my class, students can learn with fun.
My classes are creative and also cover new content from daily life. I teach based on student’s needs and goals.
Currently, I’m offering Oral Chinese, Conversational Chinese, Business Chinese, Travel Chinese, and also tutoring service.
No matter what level of your Chinese is, how old you are, and what is your native language, in a proper way, you can definitely speak another language very well.
Hi, my dear student! 你好！ This is your Mandarin helper Yue. It’s very nice to start our Chinese learning journey here. Currently, I’m teaching Chinese in Yue’s Mandarin Classroom in the US. So far, Yue’s Mandarin Classroom has helped 3k+ students to improve their Chinese level. My native lang
Speaks English, Japanese
Teaching since 2006
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate
Learn to speak and read Japanese, have fun, and get considerably better results than you would in a class.
Or use this as a supplement to an existing class and completely surpass it's standards.
Explore the methods that make it possible to be conversational within a year.
*Disclaimer* I'm currently not taking beginner students on bass, drums, piano, and ukulele or children under 10 years old. I highly recommend my studio partners Melissa though. Please check out her profile: https://takelessons.com/profile/melissa-m62 My Background I've been playing with
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