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Kendra C.
Arlington, Massachusetts
Discover the Beauty of Your Natural Voice with an Experienced Voice Teacher
Kendra teaches students ranging from five to ninety-five in voice, piano, and guitar. She holds a Bachelor's degree in Voice from Oklahoma City University, and a Master of Music degree in Historical Performance at the Longy School of Music. She uses her knowledge of vocal pedagogy to help students develop healthy technique, while exploring a variety of musical styles. Kendra believes her students should understand practical aspects of music, while also exploring their own interpretation of a piece. While, specifically knowledgable in early music, Kendra teaches everything from Disney to Classical to jazz. She believes that music lessons are a means to build social skills, fine and gross motor skills, work ethic, confidence, and a greater appreciation of the arts. As a result her students learn to appreciate what they uniquely have to offer and have gone on to successful universities and music programs throughout New England. All Lessons Include: -Music Reading and Music Theory -Technical Exercises to practice weekly -Repertoire Selection -Audition Prep and Performance Skills
About Kendra C.

Hey there! My name is Kendra and I am a vocalist and teacher based in Boston. I perform a wide variety of Classical and Contemporary repertoire, but am especially passionate about singing Early Music. Some of my recent engagements include performances with the Cambridge Chamber Ensemble, the Boston Camerata, Piccola Opera Concordia Consort, Ensemble 44 and the BEMF Fringe Series. I have a BA in Voice from Oklahoma City University and a MM in Historical Performance at the Longy School of Music of Bard College. In addition to performing, I have a private voice studio and teach voice, piano, and guitar at Music 101 Studios in Melrose, MA. As a teacher, I strive to encourage healthy vocal development, confidence, and the musical skills for my students to be independent musicians. Furthermore, through my teaching I spark curiosity in younger generations about artists of the past and how they can express their own art. Feel free to reach out with any questions or if you would like to set up a lesson!

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Kendra C.
Arlington, Massachusetts
Discover the Beauty of Your Natural Voice with an Experienced Voice Teacher
Kendra teaches students ranging from five to ninety-five in voice, piano, and guitar. She holds a Bachelor's degree in Voice from Oklahoma City University, and a Master of Music degree in Historical Performance at the Longy School of Music. She uses her knowledge of vocal pedagogy to help students develop healthy technique, while exploring a variety of musical styles. Kendra believes her students should understand practical aspects of music, while also exploring their own interpretation of a piece. While, specifically knowledgable in early music, Kendra teaches everything from Disney to Classical to jazz. She believes that music lessons are a means to build social skills, fine and gross motor skills, work ethic, confidence, and a greater appreciation of the arts. As a result her students learn to appreciate what they uniquely have to offer and have gone on to successful universities and music programs throughout New England. All Lessons Include: -Music Reading and Music Theory -Technical Exercises to practice weekly -Repertoire Selection -Audition Prep and Performance Skills
About Kendra C.

Hey there! My name is Kendra and I am a vocalist and teacher based in Boston. I perform a wide variety of Classical and Contemporary repertoire, but am especially passionate about singing Early Music. Some of my recent engagements include performances with the Cambridge Chamber Ensemble, the Boston Camerata, Piccola Opera Concordia Consort, Ensemble 44 and the BEMF Fringe Series. I have a BA in Voice from Oklahoma City University and a MM in Historical Performance at the Longy School of Music of Bard College. In addition to performing, I have a private voice studio and teach voice, piano, and guitar at Music 101 Studios in Melrose, MA. As a teacher, I strive to encourage healthy vocal development, confidence, and the musical skills for my students to be independent musicians. Furthermore, through my teaching I spark curiosity in younger generations about artists of the past and how they can express their own art. Feel free to reach out with any questions or if you would like to set up a lesson!

Levels taught

Teaches Beginner, Intermediate

Teaching since {{year}}

Teaching since 2019

Education

Master of Music (Historical Performance- Voice)

Teaches ages {{minAge}}+

Teaches ages 8+

Speaks {{languages}}

Has background check

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Voice Teacher
Nov 2020 - Present
Kendra Comstock Vocal Studio
Voice/ Guitar/ Piano Teacher
Aug 2017 - Present
Music 101 Studios
Master of Music (Historical Performance- Voice)
Aug 2019 - May 2021
Longy School of Music
Bachelor of Arts (Voice)
Aug 2013 - May 2017
Oklahoma City University
English
Fluent/ Native Proficiency
French
Professional Proficiency
German
Professional Proficiency
Italian
Professional Proficiency
Talent Scholarship
May 2019
Longy School of Music
Hartland Community Arts Annual Scholarship
May 2016
Hartland Community Arts
Margaret Petree Memorial Scholarship
May 2013
Oklahoma City University
National Association of Teachers of Singing
Jan 2020
Founded in 1944, National Association of Teachers of Singing, Inc. (NATS) is the largest professional association of teachers of singing in the world with more than 7,000 members worldwide.
Early Music America
Jan 2019
Early Music America (EMA) is a not-for-profit service organization for the field of historical performance in North America. Founded in 1985, EMA's goal is to expand awareness of, and interest in, the music of the Medieval, Renaissance, Baroque, and Classical periods. EMA's members receive a quarterly magazine, monthly e-newsletter, and benefits including access to reduced-rate insurance, discounts on publications, concerts, and festivals, and eligibility for grants, awards and scholarships. With its broad membership, including professional performers, ensembles, presenters, instrument makers, amateur musicians, and audience members, Early Music America serves as an advocate for the field throughout the continent.

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Times are shown in your local timezone (UTC-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada)
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30 minutes
$63
45 minutes
$76
60 minutes
$88
New Student Special
First 3 lessons
$30
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